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# One side of a triangle is 2 times the second side. the third side is 5 ft longer than the second side. the perimeter of a triangle is 81 ft. find the length of each side.

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Give the equations of two different lines that are perpendicular to the line 3x + 4y = 7.

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Need now max recorded the heights of 500 male humans. he found that the heights were normally distributed around a mean of 177 centimeters. which statements about max’s data must be true? a) the median of max’s data is 250 b) more than half of the data points max recorded were 177 centimeters. c) a data point chosen at random is as likely to be above the mean as it is to be below the mean. d) every height within three standard deviations of the mean is equally likely to be chosen if a data point is selected at random.

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Dean and karlene get paid to write songs. dean is paid a one-time fee of $20 plus $80 per day. karlene is paid a one-time fee of $25 plus $100 per day. write an expression to represent how much a producer will pay to hire both to work the same number of days on a song.

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On traditional maps, earth is represented in a flat plane, or by euclidean geometry. however, a globe is a more accurate model that comes from elliptical geometry.how does a globe represent the fact that there are no parallel lines in elliptical geometry? the equator is not parallel to any other latitudinal lines. the north and south poles are never connected by a geodesic. the geodesics connecting the north and south poles never intersect. the geodesics connecting the north and south poles intersect at both of the poles.

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