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Question of the Day 4/7/2020

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Solution to QOTD 4/6/2020

The tables that represent linear functions in the questions are A and E. In order to be a linear function, the rate of change (or the slope) between each point must be the same, or constant. In table A, the rate of change is -3. In table E, the rate of change is 1.5.

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Question of the Day 4/6/2020

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Solution to QOTD 4/3/2020

To solve this, we need to remember that the square root of a negative number is an imaginary number. (no number, multiplied by itself, can result in a negative…) So, this needs to be broken down into parts:

This was our beginning function.
Separate the negative square root.
The square root of 16 is 4, and the square root of -1 is i, (for imaginary).
Multiply 2×4 x i. This is the final solution.

The final answer would be C, by the commutative property.

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Question of the Day 4/3/2020

Use your imaginations! 🙂 🙂 🙂

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Solution for QOTD 4/2/2020

Point D is equidistant from both B and C, so ray AD would be and angle bisector. The answer is A.

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Question of the Day 4/2/2020

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PreAlgebra

Good morning, BrainGenies! There is a new assignment added to your class on braingenie.ck12.org. If you haven’t done so already, please log in and get yourselves caught up with your work. For those of you that have been, KEEP ON ROCKING!

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ACT Prep

A new set of questions has been loaded to the ACT webpage http://actacademy.act.org. Please log on and give them a whirl!

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Question of the Day 4/1/2020

It’s a crazy, unusual time we’re living in right now, uschoolers! Instead of a day of pranks, it’s a day to give thanks. Today’s question the day is:

What is one thing that all of this has made you realize you are incredibly thankful for?