Mathematics, 26.06.2020 20:01, bodisontbernard

# Identify inductive and deductive reasoning.
Participate in a discussion, expressing evidence-based ideas and

responding to those of others.

Create annotations to help readers understand the Declaration of

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Demonstrate parallel sentence structure

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:20, ibidnnudny2584

The data in the table represent the height of an object over time. which model best represents the data? height of an object time (seconds) height (feet) 05 1 50 2 70 3 48 quadratic, because the height of the object increases or decreases with a multiplicative rate of change quadratic, because the height increases and then decreases exponential, because the height of the object increases or decreases with a multiplicative rate of change exponential, because the height increases and then decreases

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:30, SMURFETTE86

Identify the number 127 as a rational or irrational. explain

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:00, erik118

Titus works at a hotel. part of the job is to keep the complementary picture of water at least half full and always with ice. when he starts his shift, the water level shows 4 gallons, or 128 cups of water as the shift progresses, he reports the level of the water every 10 minutes after two hours uses a regression calculator to compute an equation for the decrease in water his equation is w= -0.414t+129.549, where t is the number of minutes and w is the level of water. according to the equation, after about how many minutes would the water level according to the equation, after about how many minutes would the water level be less than or equal to 64 cups?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:20, Boogates7427

Paul’s car is 18 feet long. he is making a model of his car that is 1/6 the actual size. what is the length of the model?

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