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Priceler manufactures sedans and wagons. The numbers of vehicles that can be sold each of the next three months are listed in the next table. Each sedan sells for $8,000, and each wagon sells for $9,000. It costs $6,000 to produce a sedan and $7,500 to produce a wagon. To hold a vehicle in...

Change 1/4 to a decimal, then a percent. 0.25, 2.5% 2.5, 25% 0.25, 0.25% 0.25, 25% [][] Question #2 MultipleChoice [] [] Note to teacher: Note from teacher: Change 45% to a decimal, then a fraction. 4.5, 4/5 0.45, 4/5 0.45, 9/20 4.5, 9/20 [][] Question #3...

30/50 simplest form

In a shipment of 87 vials, only 17 do not have hairline cracks. If you randomly select 3 vials from the shipment, what is the probability that none of the 3 vials have hairline cracks?

From the top of a 235 ft lighthouse, the angle of depression to a ship in the ocean is 23 . How far is the ship from the base of the lighthouse? Round your answer to the nearest foot.

calculate dy/dx y=(11/x )/x 1

COS(5PI/12)

calculate dy/dx y=3x1/(x5)(x4)(x1)

Please help me I don't get this. You'll need powerpoint or microsoft word to see the graph thing.
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