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On a math test the highest grade was 38 points higher than the lowest grade . the sum pf the highest and lowest grade was 142. what is the highest grade on the math test

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Answer 1
Answer: 90.

142 - 38 = 104
104 ÷ 2 = 52

52 = lowest grade
90 = highest grade

This is correct because 90 is 38 higher than 52, and the sum of 90 + 52 = 142.

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What’s the difference between 91/16 and 91/4

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Answer:

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Step-by-step explanation:

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I need the answer to finding the reciprocal of -72÷(-9)

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First lets do the math...
-72 / -9 = 8

the reciprocal of a number is just flipping the number.
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True or False: The dependent variable is normally found on the horizontal axis of line graphs, bar graphs, and pictographs. True False

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Answer:

False.

Step-by-step explanation:

That is false. For y = x^2 the dependent variable is y.  The vertical axis  is used for the dependent variable.

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the distance traveled by a swinging pendulum decreases after each swing. The first wings distance was 625 mm, The second was 500 mm the third, 400. What was the swing distance be for the seventh swing?

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The swing distances form a geometric sequence with first term 625 and common ratio 500/625 = 0.8. The formula for the general term of such a sequence is ...

 an = a1×r^(n-1)

Then the 7th term of the sequence will be ...

 a7 = 625×0.8^(7-1) ≈ 163.84 . . . mm

Step-by-step explanation:

Answer:

  163.84 mm

Step-by-step explanation:

The swing distances form a geometric sequence with first term 625 and common ratio 500/625 = 0.8. The formula for the general term of such a sequence is ...

  an = a1×r^(n-1)

Then the 7th term of the sequence will be ...

  a7 = 625×0.8^(7-1) ≈ 163.84 . . . mm

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