Answer:
January . . . $57.85

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) =*$309.85* .

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she__does__ have in November, which

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days.

What her balance__should__ be in November is an entirely different subject.

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) =

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days.

What her balance

Answer:

January . . . $57.85

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) = $309.85 .

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she __does__ have__ in November, which__

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days. i wish it help for all my hard work to answer the question.

What is the radius of the circle in the example?

What is (6x6)+3-2x1 ?

Please help me answer Question 1, and 3! Thanks!!!

If the 9th term of an A.P is 0, prove that its 29th term is twice its 19th term

The string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces 10N each. The tension in the string is. a)zero b)20N

What is (6x6)+3-2x1 ?

Please help me answer Question 1, and 3! Thanks!!!

If the 9th term of an A.P is 0, prove that its 29th term is twice its 19th term

The string is stretched by two equal and opposite forces 10N each. The tension in the string is. a)zero b)20N

-2/3 is not whole, not natural, and not irrational.

From that list, the only thing it is is rational.

rational, as it is negative, a fraction, but also a fraction whose decimal form is repeating. so, since its a negative fraction, it can't be whole or natural, and since its decimal form is repeating, it's rational and not irrational. Hope that made sense

Edit:whole numbers and natural numbers are pretty much the same, since in nature there aren't really any negative things, like a tree isn't -11 feet tall

Edit:whole numbers and natural numbers are pretty much the same, since in nature there aren't really any negative things, like a tree isn't -11 feet tall

The y-intercept is located at -2. In the formula y=mx+b, b is the y intercept.

The equation is here: y = mx + b

m = slope

b = y intercept

The 'm' in y = 2x - 2 is 2, therefore, making the slope equal to 2.

The 'b' in y = 2x - 2 is 2, therefore, making the y intercept equal to -2.

**Answer should be that the y intercept is -2. **

m = slope

b = y intercept

The 'm' in y = 2x - 2 is 2, therefore, making the slope equal to 2.

The 'b' in y = 2x - 2 is 2, therefore, making the y intercept equal to -2.

The **order **for the given rule is 4, 19, and 9 if the rule is to add 15 and deduct 10 from the first **term**.

It is defined as the systematic way of representing the **data **that follows a certain rule of **arithmetic**.

Divergent **sequences **are those in which the terms never stabilize; instead, they constantly **increase **or decrease as n approaches infinity, approaching either infinity or -infinity.

It is given that, the rule of the **sequence **is to add 15, subtract 10 first term 4,

We have to apply the **arithmetic****operation **in which we do the addition of numbers, subtraction, **multiplication**, and division. It has basic four **operators **that are +, -, ×, and ÷.

If the first term is 4 add 15 first and **subtract **10 from it,

=4 + 15

=19

=19-10

=9

Thus, the **order **for the given rule is 4, 19, and 9 if the rule is to add 15 and deduct 10 from the first **term**.

Learn more about the **sequence **here:

#SPJ5

4, 19, 9, 24, 14, 29, 19 and so on

12p+5pd−3p+6pd

=12p+5dp+−3p+6dp

Combine Like Terms:

=12p+5dp+−3p+6dp

=(5dp+6dp)+(12p+−3p)

=11dp+9p

translation preserve angle mearuement and length

I'd say B. but that's only because I divided the number of times he flipped the coin by the number of sides it has, 2, and came up with 246. The closest number on here to that is 231 or B. I hope I helped.

2 sides to a coin

1/2 of them is heads

therefor 1/2 of total is heads

492 times 1/2=246

the closest one is B

1/2 of them is heads

therefor 1/2 of total is heads

492 times 1/2=246

the closest one is B