Five boys (Joe, Jim, Greg, Mike and Tom) and five girls (Bev, Barb, Karly, Brooke, and Alyssa) stand in a line. How many arrangements are possible if: a] all of the boys stand in succession?

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Five boys (Joe, Jim, Greg, Mike and Tom) and five girls (Bev, Barb, Karly, Brooke, and Alyssa) stand in a line. How many arrangements are possible if: a] all of the boys stand in succession?

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step-by-step explanation:

by observation, we can see that the the graph is simply the graph of y = |x| that has been shifted 4 units downwards and 3 units to the left.

we can recognize in choice d :

y = | x + 3 | - 4 (rewriting in general form)

y = | x - (- 3) | - 4

the "-4 " term means that the graph has been shifted by 4 units in the negative y direction

the "-3 " term means that the graph has been shifted by 3 units in the negative x direction

this matches our observation of the graph described above.

[tex]Which of the following functions is graphed below?[/tex]

need more information

step-by-step explanation:

step-by-step explanation:

well if you round, things become much more simple. round 5.95 to 6, 4.25 to 4, and 1.05 to 1. now, add 6+4+1 and that would equal 11. so the items together would equal to about $11.

it is b)

hope this : )

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