If D varies directly with t and D is 105 when t is 3, find D when t is 8. 35 280 840
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User: If D varies directly with t and D is 105 when t is 3, find D when t is 8. 35 280 840

Weegy: D is b.280 when t is 8.
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Weegy: Next term of the given sequence is B.5.00
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Weegy: yB.189 ou can find the 31st term by 9+(31-1)*6=189.
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User: The first term of an arithmetic sequence is -5, and the tenth term is 13. Find the common difference. 8/9 1.8 2

Weegy: the common difference is 2.
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User: Which of the following is an arithmetic sequence? -2, 4, -6, 8, ... -8, -6, -4, -2, ... 2, 4, 8, 16, ...

Weegy: The answer is B.-8, -6, -4, -2
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User: What is the slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8)? slope = 1/7 slope = 1/3 slope = 3 slope = 7

Weegy: When the slope of the line is 0, you know that the line is horizontal and you know it's a vertical line when the slope of a line is undefined.
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User: What is the slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8)? slope = 1/7 slope = 1/3 slope = 3 slope = 7

Weegy: When the slope of the line is 0, you know that the line is horizontal and you know it's a vertical line when the slope of a line is undefined.
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Weegy: B.f(x) = 1 + 1.5x
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Weegy: -2(2)+1=-3
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User: Given that D(x) = 2x, select all of the following that are true statements. D(x) is a function. xis the dependent variable. D(6) = 3 D(x) is a direct variation. D(x) is a rule for the set of points (5, 10), (6, 12) and (-2, -4).

Weegy: A.D(x) is a function. AND D.D(x) is a direct variation.
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User: What is the slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8)? slope = 1/7 slope = 1/3 slope = 3

Weegy: When the slope of the line is 0, you know that the line is horizontal and you know it's a vertical line when the slope of a line is undefined.
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User: What is the slope of the line passing through (-3, 5) and (5, -3)? slope = -1 slope = 0 slope = 1 no slope

Weegy: slope=-1
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User: Given: 3x + y = 1. Solve for y. y = -3x + 1 y = -3x - 1 y = 3x - 1

Weegy: (3x-2) squared is 9x^2 - 12x + 4.
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User: Given: x + y = 10. If x = -21, what is y? 11 -31 31

Weegy: Thea answer is C. 31
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User: Which list of ordered pairs represents solutions to x + y = 2 ? (-4, 6), (0, 2), (4, 2) (-4, -6), (0, 2), (4, 2) (-4, 6), (0, 2), (4, -2)

Weegy: It is: c.(-4, 6), (0, 2), (4, -2)
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User: Given: 1/3x + y = 15. Which of the following are ordered pairs of this equation? {(-3, 14),(0, 15),(3, 16)} {(-3, 16),(0, 15),(3, 14)} {(16, -3),(15, 0),(14, 3)}

Weegy: The answer is: {(-3, 16),(0, 15),(3, 14)}
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User: If the ordinate equals the abscissa and x {-3, 0, 12}, which of the following sets of ordered pairs satisfies the given conditions? {(3, -3), (0, 0), (-12, 12)} {(-3, 3), (0, 0), (12, -12)} {(-3, -3), (0, 0), (12, 12)}

User: If the ordinate is three more than twice the abscissa and x {-1, 0, -1/3}, which of the following sets of ordered pairs satisfies the given conditions? {(-1, 1), (0, 3), (-1/3, 7/3)} {(-1, 1), (0, 3), (-1/3, 11/3)} {(-1, -1), (0, 3), (-1/3, 1)}

Weegy: {(-1, 1), (0, 3), (-1/3, 7/3)} is the set of ordered that pairs satisfies the given conditions.

User: Given: x + y = 6. If x {-15, -6, -1}, then which of the following sets of ordered pairs are solutions? {(-15, -21), (-6, -12), (-1, -7)} {(-15, 21), (-6, 12), (-1, 7)} {(-15, 21), (-6, 12), (-1, -7)}

Weegy: {(-15, 21), (-6, 12), (-1, -7)}
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Updated 7/3/2014 3:41:39 AM
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The slope of the line passing through (1, 2) and (3, 8) is slope = (8-2)/(3-1) = 6/2 = 3
Confirmed by jeifunk [7/3/2014 3:49:51 AM]
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A line passes through the origin and has a slope of 1/2. The equation for the line is y = (1/2)x.
The line passes through (2, 1).
when x = 2, y = (1/2)(2) = 1
Confirmed by jeifunk [7/3/2014 3:51:07 AM]
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3x + y = 1
y = -3x + 1
Confirmed by jeifunk [7/3/2014 3:51:33 AM]
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x + 2y = -6
2y = -x - 6
y = -1/2x - 3
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [7/4/2014 4:52:07 PM]

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