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Which of the following are all examples of pollution contributors? A. cars, people, factories, plants B. cars, people, factories, schools C. cars, people, factories, trees D. cars, people, factories, animals
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Which choice is the equation of a line that passes through point (7, 3) and is parallel to the line represented by this equation?y=2/7x-3 A. 7x + 3y = 2 B. y=2/7x+1 C. y=-7/2x-3 D. 2x + 7y = 1
Weegy: A. 7x + 3y = 2 User: Which choice could be the equation of a line perpendicular to the line represented by this equation? y = 5 A. y = 4x- 9 B. y=-1/5x C. y = 5x D. x = 5 Weegy: y = 5 This is an equation of a horizontal line that crosses the y-axis at (0, 5) A perpendicular line would be a vertical line, whose equation looks like x = #, D is the only one that fits the case User: Which choice is the equation of a line that has a y-intercept of –3 and is perpendicular to the line represented by this equation? y=2/3x+1 A. B. y = 3x- 3 C. y=-3/2x-3 D. y=3/2x+3 (More)
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The equation of a line that passes through point (7, 3) and is parallel to the line represented by this equation y=2/7x-3 is: y=2/7x+1.
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y=-3/2x-3 is the equation of a line that has a y-intercept of –3 and is perpendicular to the line represented by this equation y=2/3x+1.
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Weegy: perpendicular User: Which choice is the equation of a line that passes through the point (0, –15) and is parallel to the line represented by this equation? 5x- 4y = 12 A. y= 4/5x-8 B. y=5/4x-15 C. y=-5/4x+17 D. y=-4/5x-12 User: Which choice could be the equation of a line parallel to the line represented by this equation? 3x- 2y = 6 A. 2x- 3y = 6 B. y-3/2x+4 C. 5x- y = -2 D. y=2/3x-8 (More)
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y=-1/4x+3 could be the equation of a line perpendicular to the line represented by this equation 4x- y = -8
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y=3/2x+4 could be the equation of a line parallel to the line 3x- 2y = 6
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________ is the predictable changes in the composition or structure of an ecological community. A. Ecological succession B. Ecological regression C. Ecological decline D. Ecological mining
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Ecological succession is the predictable changes in the composition or structure of an ecological community.
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Why are trees considered to be producers? A. they do not need food to survive in an ecosystem B. they depend on consumers to help them make their food C. they get their food from other sources D. they make their own food using energy from the sun
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Trees are considered to be producers because they make their own food using energy from the sun.
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