**Answer: y = (-1/2)x+1**

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Explanation:

D = Midpoint of A and B

D = (x,y)

x = [(xCoord of A)+(xCoord of B)]/2

x = [(-4)+(4)]/2

x = 0/2

x = 0

y = [(yCoord of A)+(yCoord of B)]/2

y = [(-2)+(4)]/2

y = 2/2

y = 1

So the midpoint of AB is D = (x,y) = (0,1)

The median for point C will go through the points D = (0,1) and C = (18,-8)

Let's find the slope of line DC

m = (y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

m = (-8-1)/(18-0)

m = -9/18

m = -1/2

Then use the slope m and one of the points D or C to find the y intercept b

I'm going to use the coordinates of point D

y = m*x+b

1 = (-1/2)*(0)+b

1 = 0+b

b = 1

So the equation of line DC is **y = (-1/2)x+1**, which contains the median that goes through point C

We its no that hard integers can be positive or negative.

so if u multiply a negative and a negative your gonna get a positive.

if you multiply a negative and a positive or a positive and a negative you are gonna get a negative.

hope this helps

**Answer:**

When you substitute 0 for the exponent x, the expression simplifies to a times 1, which is just a. This is because any number to the 0 power equals 1. Since the initial value is the value of the function for an input of 0, the initial value for any function of this form will always be the value of a

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Just 5.

Rest. A's median is 30, Rest. B's is 25. 30 - 25 = 5

Answer:

x = number of tickets sold for $26 = 3900 tickets

y = number of tickets sold for $40 = 2100 tickets

Step-by-step explanation:

A 6000-seat theater has tickets for sale at $26 and $40. How many tickets should be sold at each price for a sellout performance to generate a total revenue of $185,400?

Let

x = number of tickets sold for $26

y = number of tickets sold for $40

x + y = 6000

x = 6000 - y

$26 × x + $40 × y= $185, 400

26x + 40y = 185400

Substitute

26(6000 - y) + 40y = 185400

156000 - 26y + 40y = 185400

Collect like terms

- 26y + 40y = 185400 - 156000

14y = 29400

y = 29400/14

y = 2100 tickets

x = 6000 - y

x = 6000 - 2100

x = 3900 tickets

Hence

x = number of tickets sold for $26 = 3900 tickets

y = number of tickets sold for $40 = 2100 tickets