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# The coordinates of the vertices of​ quadrilateral abcd ​ are a(−4, −1) , b(−1, 2) , c(5, 1) , and d(1, −3) . drag and drop the choices into each box to correctly complete the sentences.  ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 03.02.2019 22:54
Lucy is a dress maker. she sews \dfrac47 7 4 ​ of a dress in \dfrac34 4 3 ​ hour. lucy sews at a constant rate. at this rate, how many dresses does lucy sew in one hour? include fractions of dresses if applicable Mathematics, 03.02.2019 22:41
Graph ​ g(x)=2cosx ​. use 3.14 for π . use the sine tool to graph the function. graph the function by plotting two points. the first point must be on the midline and closest to the origin. the second point must be a maximum or minimum value on the graph closest to the first point. Mathematics, 03.02.2019 07:33
Ke’ajah has a coupon for 1/3 off the regular price, t, of a tent. which expression represents the price of the tent using the coupon? select the two correct expressions. a. 1/3t b. 2/3t c. t - 1/3 d. t - 2/3 e. t - 1/3t f. t - 2/3t Mathematics, 02.02.2019 20:00
Asystem of linear equations with more equations than unknowns is sometimes called an overdetermined system. can such a system be consistent? illustrate your answer with a specific system of three equations in two unknowns. choose the correct answer below. a. yes, overdetermined systems can be consistent. for example, the system of equations below is consistent because it has the solution nothing. (type an ordered pair.) x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 6 b. no, overdetermined systems cannot be consistent because there are fewer free variables than equations. for example, the system of equations below has no solution. x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 12 c. yes, overdetermined systems can be consistent. for example, the system of equations below is consistent because it has the solution nothing. (type an ordered pair.) x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 8 d. no, overdetermined systems cannot be consistent because there are no free variables. for example, the system of equations below has no solution. x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 24
The coordinates of the vertices of​ quadrilateral abcd ​ are a(−4, −1) , b(−1, 2) , c(5, 1) , and d(...
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