Answer:

A

Step-by-step explanation:

One thing to note is that the side opposite to the angle is taken as perpendicular

If we take 57 as angle then it's opposite side is perpendicular

While if we take 33 as angle x is the perp

For this question you can say:

5/9( °F - 32) = -10 °C

so now you should solve the equation:

5F/9 - 160/9 = -10

⇒ 5F/9 = -10 + 160/9 ⇒ 5F/9 = -90/9 + 160/9 ⇒ 5F/9 = 70/9 ⇒ now you can multiply both sides of the equation by 9 so you will have:

5F = 70 ⇒ F = 14 ° F :)))

i hope this is helpful

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**Answer:**

y=-2/3x+10

**Step-by-step explanation:**

y=2/3x-11

plug in plot and remove intercept

6=-2/3(6)+b

6=-4+b

10=b

y=-2/3x+10

**Answer:**

p = 2

n = 14

m = 3

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In order to be able combine (either add or subtract) rational expressions we need to write them with a common (similar) denominator. For that reason we first find the Least Common Denominator of both fractions, that way understanding how to express the two fractions using equivalent fractions with like denominator that can be combined.

We see that the denominator of the first fraction contains the factor "x", therefore "x" has to be a factor of that least common denominator.

We also see that the second fraction contains "2" as a factor, therefore 2 has to be a factor as well for our Least Common Denominator (LCD)

So the LCD we need is the product: 2*x which we write as 2x.

Now we write the first fraction as an equivalent one but with denominator "2x" by multiplying top and bottom by 2 (and thus not changing the actual value of the fraction):

Next we do the same with the second fraction, this time multiplying top and bottom by the factor "x":

Now that both fractions are written showing the **same** denominator , we can combine them as indicated:

This expression gives as then the values for the requested coefficients.

p = 2

n = 14

m = 3

There's not much math work here, they just want you to eyeball the graph and give the closest grid point to where the two lines meet.

Let's translate the question.

**Solution to the system**

That's the x and y values where the two lines cross. That's because the meeting point is the value of x and y that satisfies both equations.

**Approximation ... to the nearest integer values**

Where two integer grid lines cross is called a lattice point. It's a point with integer coordinates. Our solution, the meet of these two lines, doesn't fall exactly on a lattice point. The nearest integer values means the closest lattice point to our intersection of lines.

Eyeballing the graph, I'd say (x,y)=(2,3) is the closest point.

Answer: **(2,3) second choice**