You have a green light and are turning right at an intersection, but there is a pedestrian in the crosswalk. Explain how you should handle this situation.

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**Answer:**

You must come to a full stop and allow the pedestrian to cross the street. After the pedestrian crosses the street, make sure there is no traffic in your path or another pedestrian in the crosswalk, and then make the right turn.

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The pedestrian has the right of way when it comes to crossing the road.

according to the laws of GA, If the pedestrian is past the length of your car, you are allowed to turn, and obviously you won't hit the pedestrian, so if they start to cross while you are driving in, you should stop and avoid hitting them. If the light is green for the car and they cross, they are at fault and you are not violating the law by avoiding hitting them.

forgive me if this is not explained very well, in these situations it is a lot easier to deal with them in person then one may actually think.

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Looking at the red Mustang on the left, and the blue Prius on the right, explain which vehicle should be given right-of-way at this intersection.

Looking at the red Mustang on the left, and the blue Prius on the right, explain which vehicle should be given right-of-way at this intersection.

Solution 1

**Answer:**

The red Mustang on the left has the right-of-way because they are already at the stop sign before the blue Prius on the right.

**Explanation:**

The red car is already stopped so they get the right-of-way

Solution 2

The **vehicle** that should be given **right-of-way** at this intersection is; * the red mustang on the left*.

When talking about right of way at an intersection, **the general rule** is that it is the **first** **person** to get to the intersection that has the right of way.

Now, in the image we are seeing, it is clear that the **red mustang has already arrived at the stop** sign at the intersection.

In **conclusion**, from the general rule of right of way, the red mustang should be given the right of way at the intersection.

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Can anyone help me understand number 2

Solution 1

So the question is comparing 2 different scenarios. It also says that both distribution of weights are approximately equal. Â So now all you have to do, is find in how many standard deviations from the mean does the boys weight lie, 9.1 pounds. Then find the z-score for the value 9.1. Then you're going to have the z-score and mean of the whales. Using that, find the value point for a whale that is approximately that z-score.

So :

(9.1 - 7.36)/0.96 = 1.8125

Then use the z score and mean of the whale in the formula :

(1100 - x)/100 = 1.8125

1100 - x = 181.25

1100-181.25=x

I don't know if its right. but hope it helps

Question

A plane flying at a certain altitude is observed from two points that are 3 miles apart. The angles of elevation made by the two points are 55Â° and 72Â°, as seen in the diagram. What is the altitude of the plane to the nearest tenth?

Solution 1

**Answer:**

8.0 mi Â

**Explanation:**

Let's call your triangle ABC as in the diagram. We can use the SAS property of triangles and the Law of Sines.

**1. Determine mâˆ B
**

mâˆ B + 72Â° = 180Â°

Â Â Â Â Â mâˆ B = 108Â°

**2. Determine b
**

By the **Law of Sines,
**

b/sinB = c/sinC

Â Â Â Â b = c(sinB/sinC)

Â Â Â Â Â = 3 Ã— (sin108Â°/sin17Â°)

Â Â Â Â Â = 3 Ã— 0.951/0.292

Â Â Â Â Â = 9.76 mi

**3. Calculate the area of âˆ†ABC
**

Area = Â½ bc sinA = Â½ Ã— 9.76 Ã— 3sin55Â° = Â½ Ã— 9.76 Ã— 3 Ã— 0.819 = 12.0 miÂ²

**4. Calculate h
**

Area = Â½ Ã— base Ã— height

12.0 miÂ² = Â½ Ã— 3 mi Ã— h

h = 2 Ã— 12.0 mi/3= **8.0 mi** Â

The altitude of the plane is **8.0 mi**.

Solution 2

Answer:8.0miles

Explanation:

Question

Elemental S reacts with O2 to form SO3 according to the reaction

2S+3O2â†’2SO3

What is the theoretical yield of SO3 produced by 8.79 g of S?

Express your answer numerically in grams.

2S+3O2â†’2SO3

What is the theoretical yield of SO3 produced by 8.79 g of S?

Express your answer numerically in grams.

Solution 1

**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

Given the reaction equation

2S+3O2â†’2SO3

2 moles of S will produce 2 moles of SO3

Molecular mass of S is 32g, so 8.79 g of S = 8.79/32 = 0.2747 moles

It will yield 0.2747 moles of SO3

Molecular mass of SO3 is 32+16*3 = 80g

0.2747 moles of SO3 = 0.2747*80 = 22g

The theoretical yield of SO3 is 22 grams.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

theoretical yield 22.0grams

**Explanation:**

molecular wt - S: 32, O:16

in reaction 2S+3O2â†’2SO3

S and SO3 has the same molar ratio

mass of S/molecular wt of S = mass of SO3 / molecular wt of SO3

mass of SO3 = mass of S/molecular wt of S * molecular wt of SO3

= 8.79 / 32 * (32+16*3)

= 8.79 / 32 * 80

= 22.0grams

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Which of the following is most likely the primary cause for the orange haze in the photo?

Photo showing a cityâ€™s skyline at sunset; the setting sun is surrounded by an orangish haze

a. carbon monoxide

b.nitrogen dioxide

c.ozone

d.phosphates

e.sulfur dioxide

Photo showing a cityâ€™s skyline at sunset; the setting sun is surrounded by an orangish haze

a. carbon monoxide

b.nitrogen dioxide

c.ozone

d.phosphates

e.sulfur dioxide

Solution 1

**Answer:**

B. Nitrogen dioxide

**Explanation:**

The nitrogen and Oxygen present in the sky get reacts.. And give the sky orange appearance mixing with clouds and other dust particles.

**The colour of nitrogen dioxide is deep orange**** **that's why.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

Here is the picture in the question

**Explanation:**

I think that it could either be ozone or sulfur dioxide but I'm not sure.

Question

HELP- According to Figure 3, which fuel source, coal or bioenergy, produces greater carbon emissions for the

production of 5 MW electricity for one year? Approximately what percent of the carbon emissions from

bioenergy electricity production will be offset by avoided coal emissions? How many Mg of carbon is this per

year? Please answer in about two complete sentences. You can assume that electricity generation from biomass

will replace electricity generation from coal.

production of 5 MW electricity for one year? Approximately what percent of the carbon emissions from

bioenergy electricity production will be offset by avoided coal emissions? How many Mg of carbon is this per

year? Please answer in about two complete sentences. You can assume that electricity generation from biomass

will replace electricity generation from coal.

Solution 1

**Answer:**

see below

**Explanation:**

1. biomass produces more emissions (20000 vs 10000 mg)

2. about 50% which is 10000 mg

Solution 2

**Answer:**

Biomass produces greater carbon emissions

**Explanation:**

Reading the graph, it's at 2000 Mg, while coal is at 1000 Mg (still a lot though)

Question

Helpppppppppppppp pleaseeeeee

Solution 1

**Answer:**

Â An increase in the average income of consumers in the market

**Explanation:**

Demand may go up if substitutes increase in price, but that demand increase might not tolerate much of an increase in price. Consumers will be more likely to pay more if they have more disposable income.

Any change in sellers will affect the supply curve, not the demand curve.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

**Explanation:**

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Question

Which is an exponential decay function?

f start bracket x end bracket equals Three-fourths start bracket Seven-fourths end bracket superscript x

f start bracket x end bracket equals two-third start bracket Four-fifths end bracket superscript negative x

f start bracket x end bracket equals Three-halves start bracket Eight-sevenths end bracket superscript negative x

f start bracket x end bracket equals one-third start bracket negative nine-halves end bracket superscript x

f start bracket x end bracket equals Three-fourths start bracket Seven-fourths end bracket superscript x

f start bracket x end bracket equals two-third start bracket Four-fifths end bracket superscript negative x

f start bracket x end bracket equals Three-halves start bracket Eight-sevenths end bracket superscript negative x

f start bracket x end bracket equals one-third start bracket negative nine-halves end bracket superscript x

Solution 1

I think this question already have an answer that is answered on this but I will still solve it:

Here is the translation:

f(x)= 3/4 (7/4)^+x

f(x)= 2/3 (4/5)^-x

f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x

f(x)= 1/3 (9/2)^+x

Basically you have to check if each statement is true.

^-x= <

^+x= >

7/4 > 1 is 1.75 > 1, making the statement true. (Positive exponential function)

4/5 < 1 is 0.8 < 1, making it true.

(Positive exponential function)

8/7 > 1 is 1.1428.. < 1, making this statement false and thus a decay exponential function.

9/2 > 1 is 4.5 > 1, making it true.

(Positive exponential function)

The answer is the third option:

f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x

Here is the translation:

f(x)= 3/4 (7/4)^+x

f(x)= 2/3 (4/5)^-x

f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x

f(x)= 1/3 (9/2)^+x

Basically you have to check if each statement is true.

^-x= <

^+x= >

7/4 > 1 is 1.75 > 1, making the statement true. (Positive exponential function)

4/5 < 1 is 0.8 < 1, making it true.

(Positive exponential function)

8/7 > 1 is 1.1428.. < 1, making this statement false and thus a decay exponential function.

9/2 > 1 is 4.5 > 1, making it true.

(Positive exponential function)

The answer is the third option:

f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x

Solution 2

- Here is the translation that is
- First f(x)= 3/4 (7/4)^+x
- secondly is
**f(x)= 2/3 (4/5)^-x** - Then third step is f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x
- Last is f(x)= 1/3 (9/2)^+x
- So that is Basically when we have to check if each
**statement is true.** - That is
**^-x= <** - now, ^+x= >
- Now when the
**7/4 > 1 is 1.75 > 1,**making the statement true. (Positive exponential function) - So that is 4/5 < 1 is 0.8 < 1, making it true.
- (Positive exponential function)
- After that is Â
**8/7 > 1 is 1.1428.. < 1, Â**which**false**and also that thus a decay exponential function. Â - Then
**9/2 > 1 is 4.5 > 1,**making it true.

- (Positive exponential function) Â

Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â __ Â Â The answer is the third option:__

** Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â f(x)= 3/2 (8/7)^-x**

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AP Calculus AB - Differentiating using the Product Rule

(it is # 3 on the PDF)

I need help differentiating the following equation using the Product rule

[f(x)*g'(x)]+[f(x)g'(x)]

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please help, I keep getting the wrong answer

(it is # 3 on the PDF)

I need help differentiating the following equation using the Product rule

[f(x)*g'(x)]+[f(x)g'(x)]

Will Award brainliest answer

please help, I keep getting the wrong answer

Solution 1

**Answer:**

Â h'(t) = (âˆšt)(1 -5tÂ²)/(2t)

**Explanation:**

First of all, your product rule needs to be written correctly.

Â (f(x)g(x))' = f'(x)g(x) +f(x)g'(x)

You have ...

[tex]h(t)=\sqrt{t}(1-t^2)\\\\f(t)=\sqrt{t} \qquad f'(t)=\dfrac{1}{2\sqrt{t}}=\dfrac{\sqrt{t}}{2t}\\\\g(t)=1-t^2 \qquad g'(t)=-2t\\\\h'(t)=f'(t)g(t)+f(t)g'(t)=\dfrac{\sqrt{t}}{2t}(1-t^2)+\sqrt{t}(-2t)\\\\h'(t)=\dfrac{\sqrt{t}(1-t^2-4t^2)}{2t}=\dfrac{\sqrt{t}(1-5t^2)}{2t}[/tex]

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Can anyone help me out with this statistics question Iâ€™m having difficulty understanding the context of each answer choice

Which of the following statements is supported by the bar chart?

A) For students who chose art, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

B) For students who chose social studies, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

C) For students who chose science, the number of grade 8 students was at least 50% less than the number of grade 7 students.

D) For students who chose math, the number of grade 8 students was at least 50% less than the number of grade 7 students.

E) For students who chose language arts, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

Which of the following statements is supported by the bar chart?

A) For students who chose art, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

B) For students who chose social studies, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

C) For students who chose science, the number of grade 8 students was at least 50% less than the number of grade 7 students.

D) For students who chose math, the number of grade 8 students was at least 50% less than the number of grade 7 students.

E) For students who chose language arts, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students.

Solution 1

**Answer:**

Â A) Â For students who chose art, the number of grade 8 students was at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students

**Explanation:**

Each of the answer choices is making a statement about one of the pairs of bars on the bar chart. It is asking you to relate the top bar (number of grade 8 students) to the bottom bar (number of grade 7 students). The pairs of bars being looked at are in the same order as the answer choices, top to bottom.

__

**A)** "Students who chose art" refers to the top set of bars. The statement whose truth you are to assess is, effectively, "the top bar is more than twice the length of the bottom bar." (It is, so this is the correct answer choice.)

Since the length of the bar is representative of the number of students, when you say "the number of grade 8 students is at least 100% greater than the number of grade 7 students", you mean "the top bar is at least 100% longer than the bottom bar." The top bar will be exactly 100% longer if it is as long again as the bottom bar already is (100% +100% more), meaning the top bar will be exactly double the length of the bottom bar.

We judge the top bar to be more than twice the length of the bottom bar, so the description is true.

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**B)** Choice B refers to the second set of bars from the top, those students who chose Social Studies. The same relationship is being described: the top bar is more than twice the length of the bottom bar. Since it is not that long, this description is false.

__

**C)** Here, the statement in the answer choice is that the length of the top bar is more than 50% less than the length of the bottom bar. If it were exactly 50% less, it would be half the length of the bottom bar. The statement is that it is less than half the length, apparently false.

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**D)** Math students are represented by the set of bars second from the bottom. Again the "at least 50% less" relation means you're looking to see if the top bar is less than half the length of the bottom bar. Once again, it is longer than that, so the statement about it is apparently false.

__

**E)** For the bottom set of bars, we're back to the "100% greater" relationship. The top bar is not more than double the bottom bar, so this statement is apparently false.

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