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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:00

Someone answer this asap rn for ! a discount store’s prices are 25% lower than department store prices. the function c(x) = 0.75x can be used to determine the cost c, in dollars, of an item, where x is the department store price, in dollars. if the item has not sold in one month, the discount store takes an additional 20% off the discounted price and an additional $5 off the total purchase. the function d(y) = 0.80y - 5 can be used to find d, the cost, in dollars, of an item that has not been sold for a month, where y is the discount store price, in dollars. create a function d(c(x)) that represents the final price of an item when a costumer buys an item that has been in the discount store for a month. d(c(x)) =

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:50

Desmond wants to sell his car that he paid $8,000 for 2 years ago. the car depreciated, or decreased in value, at a constant rate each month over a 2-year period. if x represents the monthly depreciation amount, which expression shows how much desmond can sell his car for today? 8,000 + 24x 8,000 - 24x 8,000 + 2x 8,000 - 2xdesmond wants to sell his car that he paid $8,000 for 2 years ago. the car depreciated, or decreased in value, at a constant rate each month over a 2-year period. if x represents the monthly depreciation amount, which expression shows how much desmond can sell his car for today? 8,000 + 24x 8,000 - 24x 8,000 + 2x 8,000 - 2x

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:00

Which statements describe the solutions to the inequality x< -20 check all that apply. there are infinite solutions. each solution is negative. each solution is positive. the solutions are both positive and negative. the solutions contain only integer values. the solutions contain rational number values.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 22:50

Which of the following is closest to 32.9 x 7.5? a: 232 b: 259 c: 220 d: 265

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