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Show all work for full credit; in many cases, you will be able to type your answer without special characters, fonts, or equations, but in a few cases, these features of MS Word will make your work more presentable and professional. Always provide a written summary of your findings when word problems are involved; be clear, and use proper style and grammar.
Space your work accordingly so that it is not too crowded to grade. Several hard returns (enters) between each part and each new problem will be sufficient.

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Be sure to review the web resources listed for this unit. In addition to other resources, you will find information about how to type math symbols without the Equation Editor and basic instructions on how to use the Equation Editor on MS Word 2007. MS Equation 3.0 is a powerful tool and may be too advanced for some beginning computer users. In most cases, standard keystrokes in any MS Word along with the Formatting tools such as those for powers and exponents should suffice for the assignments.

1) 4m+12=6m-2 Solve for m
2) 4x-7y=28 Solve for y
3) A jazz concert brought in $179,500 on the sale of 8,700 tickets. If the tickets were sold for $15 and $25each, how many of each type of ticket were sold?
4) Graph the equation x+2y= 4
5) Find the slope of the graph of the equation 7x+3y= 21
6) Write the equatio

The techniques for solving linearequations andlinear inequalities are similar, yet different. Explain and give an example of both a linearequationand a linear inequality that demonstrates this difference.
1.) Solve and check the linearequation.
5x - 5 = 30
A) {30}
B) {34}
C) {11}
D) {7}
2.) Solve and check th

With referrence to the last solutions u posted to me,may you please check no 1 I have a different solution from my workings.I not sure which one is correct,but I think mine might be.If so may u please edit the document because I failed to do so.I will use this over and over.

One fundamental difference between a linearequationand a linear inequality lies in the number of possible solutions. A linearequation has a finite (limited) number of solutions while the linear inequality has a range (set) of solutions.
I need an example of an equationand an inequality that expresses the above difference

1. The equation of the line L is parallel to y=5x. What is the equation for line L?
2. If (a,-2) is a point on the graph of y=x^2+3x, what is a?
3. Find the equation for the line with the given properties. Express the equation in slope intercept form. The points are P=(-1,-3) and Q=(1,-2). What is the equation of the li

Can you help me with the following:
Let ubar and vbar be nonzero vectors in 2 or 3 space and let k=||u|| and m=||v||. Show that the vector Wbar=mubar +kvbar bisects the angle between ubar and vbar.
Please show all steps in detail for my reference.

After 2 minutes on a treadmill, Jenny has a heart rate of 82, after 3 minutes she has a heart of 86. Assume that there is a linearequation that gives her rate in h terms of time on the treadmill t. What is the equationand use it to predict her heart rate after 10 minutes on the treadmill.

1. Ture or false: The ordered pair (-1, 4) is a solution to the linear inequality:
-5x + 2y < = 13
2. We know that y varies directly with x, and y = 1.5 when x = 0.3. Write the linearequation relating the two variables in slope-intercept form.
3. choose the graph of the function f(x) = x^2 - 8x + 16

1. The surface area S of a right prism is given by S = 2B + Ph.
B is the area of the base.
P is the perimeter of the base.
And h is the height of the prism. Solve for B.
2. The length of a rectangle is five times its width. If the area of the rectangle is 500m², find its perimeter.
3. The sum of two numbers is grea