Ineed to find the meaning of each stanza of the song "one moment in time by whitney houston" i'm getting frustrated because i can't find it

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Ineed to find the meaning of each stanza of the song "one moment in time by whitney houston" i'm getting frustrated because i can't find it

Infinite Solutions

Step-by-step explanation:

If you distribute the left side of the expression, you will get 3y -32, which is exactly the same as the right side of the equation. Since both lines are the same, that means that they have an infinite amount of solutions. Therefore, the 4th choice is correct.

In triangle QPS and triangle QSR,

PQ = RQ [Given]

Angle PQS = Angle SQR [ a = a]

QS = QS [Common]

So, triangle QPS is congruent to triangle QSR by SAS (Side-Angle-Side) congruence rule.

So,

PS = SR [By CPCT (Corresponding parts of Congruent triangles) ]

=> b = 17

1 cake and 6 pies

Step-by-step explanation:

Let c represent the number of cakes Alice and George can make. Likewise, let p represent the number of pies.

Then the amount of flour they need (in cups) is ...

3c + 2p . . . . cups of flour needed

And the amount of sugar needed is ...

2c + 1.5p . . . cups of sugar needed

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They want to use all 15 cups of flour they have, and all 11 cups of sugar, so the amounts above need to match the amounts on hand:

3c + 2p = 15

2c + 1.5p = 11

We can solve these equations various ways. One of my favorite is to use a graphing calculator. (See attached) It tells us that Alice and George can make 1 cake and 6 pies with the flour and sugar they have.

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If you want to solve these equations algebraically, there are several methods for that, too. Here, we can multiply the first one by 2/3 and subtract the result from the second one:

(2c +1.5p) -(2/3)(3c +2p) = (11) -(2/3)(15)

2c +3/2p -2c -4/3p = 11 -10 . . . . . eliminate parentheses

1/6p = 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .collect terms

p = 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . multiply by 6

Substituting into the first equation gives ...

3c +2·6 = 15 . . . substitute 6 for p

3c = 3 . . . . . . . . subtract 12

c = 1 . . . . . . . . . . divide by 3

These values tell us Alice and George can make 1 cake and 6 pies with the flour and sugar they have.

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Infinite Solutions

Step-by-step explanation:

7(y-4)-2(2y+2)= -32+3y

Use distributive property of multiplication:

7y-28-4y-4= -32+3y

Combine like terms:

-32+3y = -32+3y

Solve

-32+32 = 3y-3y

0 = 0

True: Infinite Solutions

Lol u do know u can just go to google and search up the song meaning right??? And then it will help u figure it out