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Find the common ratio of the sequence.
–75, –15, –3, –0.6, . . .
A.
5
B.
1/5
C.
60
D.
–60
**Weegy:** 0.6/0.75 =
0.8 **User:** Find the balance in the account.
$4,100 principal earning 4%, compounded monthly, after 10 years
A.
$511,680.00
B.
$6,112.41
C.
$72,806.68
D.
$6,069.00
**Weegy:** The difference in interest between savings earned and credit card interest paid is $11.45
Solution:
976.34 x .1075 (1/12) = 8.75 976.34 - 100.00 x .1075 (1/12)= 6.95 8.75 + 6.95 = 12.5 (credit card) (More)

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Updated 11/4/2014 1:04:31 AM

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The common ratio of the sequence –75, –15, –3, –0.6, is 1/5 .

Common ratio = -0.6/-3 = -3/-15 = -15/-75 = 1/5

Common ratio = -0.6/-3 = -3/-15 = -15/-75 = 1/5

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According to the short story “A Tiger in the House,” why was Grandfather asked to join the hunting expedition?
A.
He was an excellent hunter.
B.
He knew the forests better than anyone.
C.
He was the game commissioner and had to accompany every hunting trip.
D.
He was trying to catch a tiger for himself.
**Weegy:** B. He knew the forests better than anyone. **User:** The following question refers to Unit 1:
In “Rolls for the Czar,” instead of punishing Markov, the Czar rewards him. Why?
A.
The Czar felt bad for Markov, figuring that the baker just had a bad day.
B.
The Czar believed Markov when he said that the fly was just a raisin.
C.
The Czar admired his quick wit and ability to navigate through a sticky situation.
D.
The Czar enjoyed Markov’s rolls so much that he did not mind the mishap.
**Weegy:** B. The Czar believed Markov when he said that the fly was just a raisin. **User:** The following question refers to Unit 1:
The turning point within “A Tiger in the House” is when
A.
Timothy was confined to a cage within a zoo.
B.
Timothy was six months old and became more aggressive.
C.
Grandfather finds Timothy in the wild.
D.
Timothy’s diet is changed to include pigeons and rabbits.
**Weegy:** The answer is C. Grandfather finds Timothy in the wild. **User:** The following question refers to Unit 1:
Using your understanding of turning points, what could be considered a turning point in “Rolls for the Czar ”
A.
When the royal party arrives in St. Petersburg.
B.
When the Czar finds a fly in his roll.
C.
When the narrator states, “All is well.”
D.
When the royal party boards the train.
**Weegy:** The czar responded to the Revolution of 1905 by
. agreeing to make political reforms **User:** The following question refers to Unit 1:
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A.
Parents should let boys do as they please and not try to influence their choices.
B.
Parents should love their country more than they love their children.
C.
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Simplify the sum.
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(8u3 + 6u2 + 6) + (5u3 – 3u + 8) **Weegy:** The simplified expression of (8u3 + 6u2 + 6) + (5u3 – 3u + 8) is:
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11x^2=8
**Weegy:** 11x^2=8 is equals to: x=0.852803 and x = -0.852803
Solution:
Simplifying
11x2 = 8
Solving
11x2 = 8
Solving for variable 'x'.
Move all terms containing x to the left, [ all other terms to the right.
Divide each side by '11'.
x2 = 0.7272727273
Simplifying
x2 = 0.7272727273
Take the square root of each side:
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You own 9 hats and are taking 5 on vacation. In how many ways can you choose 5 hats from the 9?
A.
362,880
B.
1
C.
15,120
D.
126
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