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# What are the coordinates of the image of ΔABC after a dilation with center (0, 0) and a scale factor of 3? Triangle A B C on a coordinate plane with coordinates A 2 comma 2, B 4 comma 6, and C 6 comma 2. 1 returned to choices list. 1369121518 A’( , ), B’( , ), C’( , ) all it means is function 3 Its a right angled triangle not a right triangle step-by-step explanation:   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:40, genyjoannerubiera
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If p(x) is the total value of the production when there are x workers in a plant, then the average productivity of the workforce at the plant is a(x) = p(x) x . (a) find a'(x). a'(x) = xp'(x) − p(x) x a'(x) = xp'(x) − p(x) x2 a'(x) = p'(x) − p(x) x a'(x) = xp'(x) − p'(x) x2 a'(x) = p'(x) − xp(x) x2 why does the company want to hire more workers if a'(x) > 0? a'(x) > 0 ⇒ a(x) is ; that is, the average productivity as the size of the workforce increases. (b) if p'(x) is greater than the average productivity, which of the following must be true? p'(x) − xp(x) > 0 p'(x) − xp(x) < 0 xp'(x) − p'(x) > 0 xp'(x) − p(x) < 0 xp'(x) − p(x) > 0 Mathematics, 22.06.2019 02:00, Zaxx2974
Part a what is the area of triangle i? show your calculation. part b triangles i and ii are congruent (of the same size and shape). what is the total area of triangles i and ii? show your calculation. part c what is the area of rectangle i? show your calculation. part d what is the area of rectangle ii? show your calculation. part e rectangles i and iii have the same size and shape. what is the total area of rectangles i and iii? show your calculation. part f what is the total area of all the rectangles? show your calculation. part g what areas do you need to know to find the surface area of the prism? part h what is the surface area of the prism? show your calculation. part i read this statement: “if you multiply the area of one rectangle in the figure by 3, you’ll get the total area of the rectangles.” is this statement true or false? why? part j read this statement: “if you multiply the area of one triangle in the figure by 2, you’ll get the total area of the triangles.” is this statement true or false? why?
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