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Suppose the population of a town is 8,600 and is growing 3% each year. Predict the population after 3 years. A. about 77,400 people B. about 9,397 people C. about 26574 people D. about 232,200 people
Weegy: B. about 9,397 = 8600 + 258 + 265 + 273 = 9,397 User: Suppose that the population of deer in a state is 1,500 and is growing 2% each year. Predict the population after 4 years. A. about 12,000 deer B. about 1,624 deer C. about 3,110 deer D. about 24,000 deer Weegy: If it is growing 2% each year, then after the 1st year it will be 1500 x 1.02. Then using the new total you got for the first year, you do it for the next 3 years by multiplying with 1.02 each time to get it for all 4 years. [ Hence it goes: 1500 x 1.02=1530. 1530 x 1.02 = 1560.6. 1560.6 x 1.02 = 1591.812. 1591.812 x 1.02 = 1623.65. ] User: Simplify the sum. (2u3 + 6u2 + 3) + (2u3 – 7u + 6) A. 9 – 7u + 6u2 + 4u3 B. 0u3 + 6u2 – 7u + 9 C. 0u3 – 7u2 + 6u – 9 D. 4u3 + 6u2 – 7u + 9 Weegy: D. (4u^3 + 6u^2 - 7u +9) is the correct answer to this question. Remember; sums are simply representations of numbers in variable-constant form. [ In this way, they act as normal constant equations would; in this particular case, there are only two steps. The first would be to distribute the "7u". The next would be to multiply the parenthesis across one another in FOIL (or first, outside, inside, last) form. This would leave you with answer "D". Thanks for the question! For a full walkthrough, visit: ] User: What is the factored form of the expression? 4x2 – 81y2 A. (2x + 9)(2x – 9) B. (2x + 9y)(2x – 9y) C. (2x + 9y)2 D. (2x – 9y)2 Weegy: The answer is B. (2x + 9y)(2x ? 9y) User: Simplify the product using the distributive property. (-4h +2)(3h +7) A. -12h2 - 22h + 14 B. -12h2 - 34h - 14 C. -12h2 + 34h - 14 D. -12h2 + 22h + 14 Weegy: it is equal to -12h^2 -28h +6h +14 then it is equal to -12h^2 -22h+14. so D. -12h2 + 22h + 14 is the answer. User: What is the factored form of the expression? k2 – 9h2 A. (k + 3h)(k + 3h) B. h2(k + 3)(k – 3) C. (k + 3h)(k – 3h) D. (k – 3h2)(k + 3) Weegy: Assuming the 2's are exponents: k2 ? 9h2 can be factored into C. (k ... (More)
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15g^3 + 18g^2 – 10g - 12
= 3g^2(5g + 6) - 2(5g + 6)
= (3g^2 - 2)(5g + 6)
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x^2 – x – 42
=x^2 - 7x + 6x - 7*6
= (x - 7)(x + 6)
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(3h - 7)(3h - 6)
= 3h*3h - 21h - 18h + 7*6
= 9h^2 - 39h + 42
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What is the factored form of the expression? 3x2 + 8x – 16 A. (3x + 4)(x – 4) B. (3x + 4)(x + 4) C. (3x – 4)(x – 4) D. (3x – 4)(x + 4)
Weegy: 3x2 + 8x – 16 = (3 x-4) (x+4) User: Find the GCF of the first two terms and the GCF of the last two terms of the polynomial. 5h3 + 20h2 + 4h + 16 A. 5h2, 16 B. 5h3, 4 C. 5h2, 4 D. h2, h Weegy: 5h3 + 20h2 + 4h + 16 = 5h2, 4 (More)
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The _______ is a nongovernmental organization that develops guidelines on quantity and quality of exercise for adults. A. American College of Sports Medicine B. American Dietetic Association C. Department of Health and Human Services D. Centers for Disease Control
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The American College of Sports Medicine is a nongovernmental organization that develops guidelines on quantity and quality of exercise for adults.
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Research shows that _______ minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity consistently reduces the risk of many chronic diseases and other adverse health conditions. A. 30 B. 60 C. 120 D. 150
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Research shows that 150 minutes a week of moderate-intensity aerobic activity consistently reduces the risk of many chronic diseases and other adverse health conditions.

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