Has anybody ever read ¨A Work in Progress” by Aimee Mullins if so could you help me with this ill give you Brainliest or points.

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Has anybody ever read ¨A Work in Progress” by Aimee Mullins if so could you help me with this ill give you Brainliest or points.

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Explanation:

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Um what are we suppose to do there is nothing

i have made it whats ur email i can it to you. all i can say is its a google page and it took me forever

no sorry

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I'm as dum?b as lil suzy on Tuesday, I jus want the brainliest bro so I can look smart

Explanation:

(2) sin=op/hy

[tex]sin = \frac{4 \sqrt{3} }{13}[/tex]

=0. 5329 but one decimal place

So,

=0. 5

(3)

[tex]sin = \frac{7}{9} \\ = 0.7 78[/tex]

[tex]cos = \frac{x}{9} or \ \: cos = \frac{0.778}{9} \\ tan = \frac{7}{x} \: or \: tan = \frac{7}{0.778}[/tex]

I think............

I don't understand number 3 Either

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Explanation:

-3, 1, 4 are the x-intercepts

Step-by-step explanation:

The remainder theorem tells you that dividing a polynomial f(x) by (x-a) will result in a remainder that is the value of f(a). That remainder will be zero when (x-a) is a factor of f(x).

In terms of finding x-intercepts, this means we can reduce the degree of the polynomial by factoring out the factor (x-a) we found when we find a value of "a" that makes f(a) = 0.

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For the given polynomial, we notice that the sum of the coefficients is zero:

1 -2 -11 +12 = 0

This means that x=1 is a zero of the polynomial, and we have found the first x-intercept point we can plot on the given number line.

Using synthetic division to find the quotient (and remainder) from division by (x-1), we see that ...

f(x) = (x -1)(x² -x -12)

We know a couple of factors of 12 that differ by 1 are 3 and 4, so we suspect the quadratic factor above can be factored to give ...

f(x) = (x -1)(x -4)(x +3)

Synthetic division confirms that the remainder from division by (x -4) is zero, so x=4 is another x-intercept. The result of the synthetic division confirms that x=-3 is the remaining x-intercept.

The x-intercepts of f(x) are -3, 1, 4. These are the points you want to plot on your number line.

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A, $151.36

Step-by-step explanation:

Step #1: Change 5.3% to a decimal.

To do that just move the decimal point 2 places to the left (same thing as dividing by 100). Also remember that every number has invisible zeros in front of it that don't change the number at all.

So basically to change 5.3% to a decimal just move the decimal point in front of 5 (that's one time), then in front of the invisible zero (that's 2 times) so you have .053

Step #2: Then multiply .053 times $143.74

The answer should be $7.61822 if you did it right.

Step #3: Add #143.74 and $7.61822 to find the total with the sales tax.

The answer should be $151.35822.

But we don't do that in money so round the total to the nearest cent. Look at the third decimal space to see if you're rounding up or down. If the decimal space is 0-4, then round down (so in this case if the 8 was a 2, you would keep the 5 like it is and the answer would be $151.35). But if the third decimal space is 5-9, then round up.

In this case since the third decimal space is a 8, we are rounding up and changing the 5 to a 6.

So your final answer should be $151.36.

Dairy and ores

Explanation:

I think that dairy is important because it contains vitamin D and that is good for your bones and dairy also prevents bone health, heart health, and type 2 diabetes.

I think we need ores cause it is simply what many of our products have for example metal for our metal cans, silver for our forks and spoons and many other things like for our tv or even for buildings and machines and most importantly our cars as well

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