Using your financial goals from unit 1, complete this planning worksheet to calculate how much you'll need to save.
in the text box below, enter one of your purchase goals.
how much does this cost? you'll need to do some research to answer this question. for example, if your goal is to pay for college, find out what the tuition is for one year. if your goal is to buy a car, look in newspapers and online for prices on the particular car you want.
how much money do you currently have saved?
how much more do you need to reach you goal?
list some steps you can take this year to you save toward this goal.
list some steps you can take next year to save toward this goal.
a horizontal line; a melting ice cube.
a constant interval appears as a horizontal line. the graph in the interval has a slope m = 0.
here's an example of a constant interval.
you take an ice cube from the freezer and place it in a container on the counter.
the temperature of the ice cube is -5 °c. the ice cube will warm to 0 °c, and then it will start to melt. while it is melting, the temperature is constant at 0 °c.
when the ice has completely melted, the water will start warming to room temperature.
a plot of temperature vs. time would look something like the graph below.
the interval ab, where the ice is melting, is a constant interval.
i think is sss
sss similarity theorem. by definition, two triangles are similar if all their corresponding angles are congruent and their corresponding sides are proportional. sss similarity theorem: if all three pairs of corresponding sides of two triangles are proportional, then the two triangles are similar.
as there are 13 students in bowling class therefore the most reasonable answer is b as only 13 students are in the bowling class.