parallel lines

lines that intersect at a single point

identical lines

a y-intercept at −3

2 months ago

Guest #9792542

2 months ago

Lines that intersect at a single point.

The other incorrect choices:

-Parallel lines have no solution because they don’t intersect.

-Identical lines have infinite solutions because they touch at all times.

-the y intercept would have an x value of 0, however it’s 2.

The other incorrect choices:

-Parallel lines have no solution because they don’t intersect.

-Identical lines have infinite solutions because they touch at all times.

-the y intercept would have an x value of 0, however it’s 2.

Guest #9792543

2 months ago

The **graph **consists of a **pair **of **lines **that **intersect **at (2, -3).

A **linear **system is one in which the **parameter **in the **equation **has a **degree **of one. It might have one, two, or even more **variables**.

If a **system **of linear **equations **has a **unique **solution (2, −3).

Then the **graph **consists of a **pair **of the **lines **which **intersect **at (2, -3).

Then the **correct **option is **B**.

The **graph **is given below.

More about the **linear system** link is given below.

https://brainly.com/question/20379472

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Question

Which element of musical notation does this images display? (Music )

A.

notes

B.

grand staff

C.

ledger lines

D.

tied notes

&

A.

quarter notes

B.

bass clef

C.

grand staff

D.

ledger lines

A.

notes

B.

grand staff

C.

ledger lines

D.

tied notes

&

A.

quarter notes

B.

bass clef

C.

grand staff

D.

ledger lines

Solution 1

**Answer:**

B. Grand Staff

**Explanation:**

The Grand Staff is all the lines and spaces of notes from both Treble and Bass combined together. These images clearly show all of those notes.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

Grand Staff

**Explanation:**

Question

find the area of a triangle with a = 174 b = 138 and c = 188 round to the nearest tenth

Solution 1

**Answer:**

[tex]\boxed{11486}[/tex]

**Explanation:**

**1. Calculate the perimeter p**

p = a + b + c = 174 + 138 + 188 = 500

**2. Calculate the semiperimeter s**

s = p/2 = 500/2 = 250

**3. Calculate the area**

We can use **Heron's Formula**:

[tex]\begin{array}{rcl}A & = & \sqrt{s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)}\\& = & \sqrt{250(250-174)(250-138)(250-188)}\\& = & \sqrt{250\times 76 \times 112 \times 62}\\& = &\sqrt{131 936 000}\\& = & \mathbf{11 486}\\\end{array}[/tex]

[tex]\text{The area of the triangle is } \boxed{\textbf{11486}}][/tex]

Question

Equipment was acquired at the beginning of the year at a cost of $465,000. The equipment was depreciated using the straight-line method based on an estimated useful life of 15 years and an estimated residual value of $45,000.

journalize the entry

journalize the entry

Solution 1

**Answer:**

Read Below

**Explanation:**

The equipment purchased costed $465,000. Using the straight line method, for depreciation, there was a residual value of $45,000 after 15 years.

Question

Earth receives energy from the sun in what way

Solution 1

**Answer:**

well its mainly solar radiation but just do radiation since solar (R) isn't an option :)

**Explanation:**

Question

The gross primary productivity of an ecosystem is

the total amount of biomass.

O the total energy captured by photosynthesis.

O the energy available to primary consumers.

the energy captured after accounting for respiration.

Solution 1

**Answer: the amount of energy from light converted to the chemical energy of organic molecules PER UNIT TIME.**

**Explanation:**

Question

Using the kinematics equation y = y + y + tat", a classmate writes out the following solution

to find the time when the rocket lands back on Earth. Explain in one sentence, using terms such as

acceleration, velocity, position, constant, changing, and zero, why the solution below is incorrect.

y = y + Vyt+{a,t?

0 = 0+ (0%)t+{(5)

to find the time when the rocket lands back on Earth. Explain in one sentence, using terms such as

acceleration, velocity, position, constant, changing, and zero, why the solution below is incorrect.

y = y + Vyt+{a,t?

0 = 0+ (0%)t+{(5)

Solution 1

Answer:why

Explanation:

Question

can someone help me with my ap environmental science hw

Solution 1

**Answer:**

1 is b

**Explanation:**

because energy is reduced each time its consumed

Question

crime of a lesser offense, punishable by a small fine and/or a short jail term \

appellate jurisdiction

fundamental law

misdemeanor

common law

warrant

appellate jurisdiction

fundamental law

misdemeanor

common law

warrant

Solution 1

@timothybolinger90 that is very uncalled for

Question

Look at the far left lane in the picture. Explain what the red car is doing and what it needs to do to travel safely.

Solution 1

The red car appears to be "tailgating" the red SUV ... following too close behind it.

The driver of the red car should immediately back off ... leave some more space between his car and the SUV.

If the SUV isn't driving fast enough for him, he should fall in behind the blue car (at a safe distance), and perhaps into one of the two right-hand lanes, and WAIT for a safe opportunity to pass all the traffic and move out ahead. The traffic pattern is sure to change in a minute or two.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

The red car is on the car ahead of its rear , its needs to slow down and remain 4 seconds behind it.

**Explanation:**

Question

HELPPPP MEEEJHEUGUFKKUW SKSKKSKSKSK Lines l and m are parallel lines cut by the transversal line t. Which angle is congruent to ∠3?

Solution 1

* Angle-6* is congruent to Angle-3.

They are "alternate interior angles" formed by a transversal cutting across parallel lines. These are always congruent, according to a widely studied theorem of 9th grade plane geometry.

Angle-* 2* is also congruent to Angle-3, because they are a pair of "vertical angles".

And, since Angle-6 is congruent to Angle-3, Angle-* 7* is too, because it forms a pair of vertical angles with Angle-6.

These don't depend on parallel lines, only on 'vertical angles'.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

I gotchu vsco girl, if you're doing it on USA Test Prep then the answer is "C**"**

∠6

**Explanation:**

∠1 is not congruent to ∠6

∠1 ≅ ∠4 -- vertical angles, ∠1 ≅ ∠5 -- corresponding angles, and ∠1 ≅ ∠8 -- alternate exterior angles

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