Mathematics, 22.06.2019 12:00 Jadethepartyanimal

# Adaylily farm sells a portion of their daylilies and allows a portion to grow and divide. the recursive formula an=1.5(an-1)-100 represents the number of daylilies, a, after n years. in the fifth year, the farmers estimate they have 2,225 daylilies. how many daylilies were on the farm in the first year? 279518600800the answer is c. 600, i took the test

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Ablock of wood is a cube whose side is x in. long. you cut off a 1-inch thick piece from the entire right side. then you cut off a 3-inch thick piece from the entire top of the remaining shape. the volume of the remaining block is 2,002 in3. what are the dimensions of the original block of wood?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:30

Which shows the graph of the solution set of 3y β 2x > β18?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:40

(08.03)robert is using the following data samples to make a claim about the house values in his neighborhood: house value a$250,000 b$275,000 c$300,000 . d$267,000 e$250,000 based on the data, should robert use the mean or the median to make an inference about the house values in his neighborhood? he should use the mean because it is in the center of the data. he should use the median because it is in the center of the data. he should use the median because there is an outlier that affects the mean. he should use the mean because there are no outliers that affect the mean.

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How do you write a paragraph proof to prove that the corresponding angles shown are congruent

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