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Using Pythagorean theorem,

x² + 30² = y²    ....eq 1

x² + 40² = z²    ....eq 2

y² + z² = 70²    ....eq 3

Substituting value of eq 1 and eq 2 in eq 3,

(x² + 30²) + (x² + 40²) = 70²

x² + 900 + x² + 1600 = 4900

2x² = 2400

x = √1200

Thus, x = 20√3

Substituting in eq 1,

1200 + 900 = y²

Thus, y = 10√21

Substituting in eq 2,

1200 + 1600 = y²

Thus, z= 20√7

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Physics

I have answered most of these in the previous questions

Physics

I have answered most of these in the previous questions

English

1. are known.

2. have been identified.

3. are trained.

5. Rick and Tammy.

6. The wind and the waves.

7. Drink and throw.

8. Save and deliver.

Explanation:

1. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "know". However this sentence is in the passive voice so "are" is part of the tense of the verb.

2. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "identify". However this sentence is in the passive voice so "have been" is part of the tense of the verb.

3. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "train". However, the auxiliary "are" is part of the tense of the verb because It shows passive voice.

4. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "adjust". However, the modal "must" indicates modality and It is part of the verb to show tense in the sentence.

5. Rick and Tammy are a compound subject. They are two proper nouns coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

6. The wind and the waves are a compound subject. They are two common nouns coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

7. Drink and throw are two verbs coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

8. Save and deliver are two verbs coordinated by the coordinating conjuncttion "and".

English

1. are known.

2. have been identified.

3. are trained.

5. Rick and Tammy.

6. The wind and the waves.

7. Drink and throw.

8. Save and deliver.

Explanation:

1. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "know". However this sentence is in the passive voice so "are" is part of the tense of the verb.

2. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "identify". However this sentence is in the passive voice so "have been" is part of the tense of the verb.

3. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "train". However, the auxiliary "are" is part of the tense of the verb because It shows passive voice.

4. The head of the verb phrase is the verb "adjust". However, the modal "must" indicates modality and It is part of the verb to show tense in the sentence.

5. Rick and Tammy are a compound subject. They are two proper nouns coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

6. The wind and the waves are a compound subject. They are two common nouns coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

7. Drink and throw are two verbs coordinated by the coordinating conjunction "and".

8. Save and deliver are two verbs coordinated by the coordinating conjuncttion "and".

Mathematics

1. Profit =  Revenue - Cost

2.  For the Alcone Company Revenue = $45 × x For the Besame Beauty Revenue =$55 × x

3.  Alcone Company; Cost = $1,500 +$36×x

Besame Beauty; Cost = $2,200 +$44×x

4)  For Alcone Company, we have;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500

For  Besame Beauty, we have;

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200

5) For Alcone Company;

Profit= $525 For Besame Beauty; Profit =$275

6) For Alcone Company;

Profit = -$150 For Besame Beauty; Profit -$550

7) Order of operations is used to ensure that the revenue is first calculated before the cost is subtracted to find the costs

8) In order to find the number of tubes that the company would need to manufacture in order to have a profit of greater than 0, we equate the expression using the inequality of greater than 0 to find the value of x that must be surpassed to have a profit greater than 0

9) For Alcone Company;

The profit will be > 0 at x = 167 tubes

For Besame Beauty;

The profit will be > 0 at x = 201 tubes

Step-by-step explanation:

The given parameters are;

The Alcone Company

The price at which the shade of lip color is sold = $45 per tube The cost incurred to make the lip color =$36 per tube

The monthly manufacturing cost of manufacturing the lip color = $1,500 For Besame Beauty The price at which the shade of lip color is sold =$55 per tube

The cost incurred to make  the lip color = $44 per tube The monthly manufacturing cost of manufacturing the lip color =$2,200

1. The formula for finding the profit is given as follows;

Profit =  Revenue - Cost

Revenue = Sale price × Number of tubes sold

Cost = The monthly manufacturing cost + The cost incurred to make the lip color × Number of tubes

2. The expression for revenue for the Alcone Company is given as follows;

Revenue = $45 × x The expression for revenue for the Besame Beauty is given as follows; Revenue =$55 × x

3. The expression for the cost for the manufacture of the lip color by the Alcone Company per month is given as follows;

Cost = $1,500 +$36×x

The expression for the cost for the manufacture of the lip color by the Besame Beauty per month is given as follows;

Cost = $2,200 +$44×x

4)  For Alcone Company, we have;

Revenue = $45 × x Cost =$1,500 + $36×x By transitive property and distributive property, we have Profit = Revenue - Cost =$45 × x - ($1,500 +$36×x) = $9 × x -$1,500

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500

For  Besame Beauty, we have;

Revenue = $55 × x Cost =$2,200 + $44×x By transitive property and distributive property, we have; Profit = Revenue - Cost =$55 × x - ($2,200 +$44×x) = $11 × x -$2,200

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200

5) With the number of tubes produced = 225 tubes, we have;

For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 = $9 × 225 -$1,500 = $525 ForBesame Beauty; Profit =$11 × x - $1,500 =$11 × 225 - $2,200 =$275

6) With the number of tubes produced = 150 tubes, we have;

For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 = $9 × 150 -$1,500 = -$150 For Besame Beauty; Profit =$11 × x - $2,200 =$11 × 150 - $2,200 = -$550

7) Order of operations is used to ensure that the revenue is first calculated before the cost is subtracted to find the costs

8) In order to find the number of tubes that the company would need to manufacture in order to have a profit of greater than 0, we equate the expression using the inequality of greater than 0 to find the value of x that must be surpassed to have a profit greater than 0

9) For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 >0

$9 × x >0 +$1,500

$9 × x >$1,500

x > $1,500/$9

x > 500/3

x >

Therefore, the profit will be > 0 at x = 167 tubes

For Besame Beauty;

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200 > 0

$11 × x > 0 +$2,200

$11 × x >$2,200

x > $2,200/$11

x > 200

Therefore, the profit will be > 0 at x = 201 tubes

Mathematics

1. Profit =  Revenue - Cost

2.  For the Alcone Company Revenue = $45 × x For the Besame Beauty Revenue =$55 × x

3.  Alcone Company; Cost = $1,500 +$36×x

Besame Beauty; Cost = $2,200 +$44×x

4)  For Alcone Company, we have;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500

For  Besame Beauty, we have;

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200

5) For Alcone Company;

Profit= $525 For Besame Beauty; Profit =$275

6) For Alcone Company;

Profit = -$150 For Besame Beauty; Profit -$550

7) Order of operations is used to ensure that the revenue is first calculated before the cost is subtracted to find the costs

8) In order to find the number of tubes that the company would need to manufacture in order to have a profit of greater than 0, we equate the expression using the inequality of greater than 0 to find the value of x that must be surpassed to have a profit greater than 0

9) For Alcone Company;

The profit will be > 0 at x = 167 tubes

For Besame Beauty;

The profit will be > 0 at x = 201 tubes

Step-by-step explanation:

The given parameters are;

The Alcone Company

The price at which the shade of lip color is sold = $45 per tube The cost incurred to make the lip color =$36 per tube

The monthly manufacturing cost of manufacturing the lip color = $1,500 For Besame Beauty The price at which the shade of lip color is sold =$55 per tube

The cost incurred to make  the lip color = $44 per tube The monthly manufacturing cost of manufacturing the lip color =$2,200

1. The formula for finding the profit is given as follows;

Profit =  Revenue - Cost

Revenue = Sale price × Number of tubes sold

Cost = The monthly manufacturing cost + The cost incurred to make the lip color × Number of tubes

2. The expression for revenue for the Alcone Company is given as follows;

Revenue = $45 × x The expression for revenue for the Besame Beauty is given as follows; Revenue =$55 × x

3. The expression for the cost for the manufacture of the lip color by the Alcone Company per month is given as follows;

Cost = $1,500 +$36×x

The expression for the cost for the manufacture of the lip color by the Besame Beauty per month is given as follows;

Cost = $2,200 +$44×x

4)  For Alcone Company, we have;

Revenue = $45 × x Cost =$1,500 + $36×x By transitive property and distributive property, we have Profit = Revenue - Cost =$45 × x - ($1,500 +$36×x) = $9 × x -$1,500

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500

For  Besame Beauty, we have;

Revenue = $55 × x Cost =$2,200 + $44×x By transitive property and distributive property, we have; Profit = Revenue - Cost =$55 × x - ($2,200 +$44×x) = $11 × x -$2,200

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200

5) With the number of tubes produced = 225 tubes, we have;

For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 = $9 × 225 -$1,500 = $525 ForBesame Beauty; Profit =$11 × x - $1,500 =$11 × 225 - $2,200 =$275

6) With the number of tubes produced = 150 tubes, we have;

For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 = $9 × 150 -$1,500 = -$150 For Besame Beauty; Profit =$11 × x - $2,200 =$11 × 150 - $2,200 = -$550

7) Order of operations is used to ensure that the revenue is first calculated before the cost is subtracted to find the costs

8) In order to find the number of tubes that the company would need to manufacture in order to have a profit of greater than 0, we equate the expression using the inequality of greater than 0 to find the value of x that must be surpassed to have a profit greater than 0

9) For Alcone Company;

Profit = $9 × x -$1,500 >0

$9 × x >0 +$1,500

$9 × x >$1,500

x > $1,500/$9

x > 500/3

x >

Therefore, the profit will be > 0 at x = 167 tubes

For Besame Beauty;

Profit = $11 × x -$2,200 > 0

$11 × x > 0 +$2,200

$11 × x >$2,200

x > $2,200/$11

x > 200

Therefore, the profit will be > 0 at x = 201 tubes

Mathematics

Passage: Also, he gives the impression that it was only he who really climbed it on his own, and that he then practically pulled me, so that I “finally collapsed exhausted at the top, like a giant fish when it has just been hauled from the sea after a terrible struggle.” Since then I have heard plenty about that “fish,” and I admit I do not like it.

Step-by-step explanation:

Everest—the prestige of Everest AND Nor is it for Hillary

Mathematics

Passage: Also, he gives the impression that it was only he who really climbed it on his own, and that he then practically pulled me, so that I “finally collapsed exhausted at the top, like a giant fish when it has just been hauled from the sea after a terrible struggle.” Since then I have heard plenty about that “fish,” and I admit I do not like it.

Step-by-step explanation:

Everest—the prestige of Everest AND Nor is it for Hillary

French
1. Omar et moi / conduire / centre commercial
Omar et moi avons conduit jusqu' au centre commercial.
2. Guillaume / attendre / dix minutes / devant / cinéma
Guillaume t' a attendu dix minutes devant le cinéma.
3. Hervé et Thérèse / vendre / pulls
Hervé et Thérèse ont vendu des pulls.
4. Lise / perdre / sac à main
Lise a perdu son sac à main.
5. tu / mettre / robe / bleu
Tu as mis ta robe bleue.
6. Sandrine et toi / ne pas répondre / vendeur
Sandrine et toi n'avez pas répondu au vendeur.
French
1. Omar et moi / conduire / centre commercial
Omar et moi avons conduit jusqu' au centre commercial.
2. Guillaume / attendre / dix minutes / devant / cinéma
Guillaume t' a attendu dix minutes devant le cinéma.
3. Hervé et Thérèse / vendre / pulls
Hervé et Thérèse ont vendu des pulls.
4. Lise / perdre / sac à main
Lise a perdu son sac à main.
5. tu / mettre / robe / bleu
Tu as mis ta robe bleue.
6. Sandrine et toi / ne pas répondre / vendeur
Sandrine et toi n'avez pas répondu au vendeur.
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