Sally is going furniture shopping using her credit card if her credit card has a limit of 2000 and she currently has a balance of 763 how much can she afford to spend on furniture

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Sally is going furniture shopping using her credit card if her credit card has a limit of 2000 and she currently has a balance of 763 how much can she afford to spend on furniture

Heidi’s has to come to a party tomorrow night at the navy house i was like going home i have ig

c)y=-1/2x+8

step-by-step explanation:

(picture explains)

*for step 2 you find the opposite reciprocal

[tex]Me it is a geometry question and you[/tex]

[tex]m< xyz=\frac{1}{2}(a-b)[/tex]

[tex]m< xoy=b[/tex]

step-by-step explanation :

we know that

the measurement of the outer angle is the semi-difference of the arcs which comprises

in this problem

m< xzy is the outer angle

[tex]m< xyz=\frac{1}{2}(mayor\ arc\ xy-minor\ arc\ xy)[/tex]

substitute the values

[tex]m< xyz=\frac{1}{2}(a-b)[/tex]

the measure of angle xoy is equal to

[tex]m< xoy=minor\ arc\ xy[/tex] > by central angle

substitute the value

[tex]m< xoy=b[/tex]

[tex]Which equation is correct regarding the diagram of circle o? a) m∠xzy = (a + b)b) m∠xzy = (a – b)c)[/tex]

Subtracting is the opposite of adding