The following is an excerpt from a slide presentation. today we will inverse operations solving equations using inverse operations solving inequalities using inverse operations from which part of the presentation does the slide most likely come from? a. introduction b. outline c. body d. conclusion
The correct answer is A. Introduction
A slide presentation is a visual tool that helps speakers during a presentation or speech; due to this, the content included in the slides is organized according to the information the speaker wants to deliver and this often includes an introduction, body, and conclusion.
In the case of the introduction, this refers to the first slide/s that present the topic and main ideas to the audience. This includes informing the audience about the purpose, topic and main points of the presentation. According to this, it is likely the section "Today we will address..." is part of the introduction in a presentation because this only explains to the audience what the presentation is about.
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Assuming it is for the circuit attached below. To construct a domain equivalent for t > 0
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change the y with the x and solve for y making it the last one
Amount earned by Elise on each coupon card she sells = $ 4
As the graph is not given
But the, relationship between cards sold, x, and money earned, y is ,Direct relationship:As number of cards sold will increases , the amount of money earned increases.
So, the equation representing the relationship between cards sold, x, and money earned, y is → y(Money Earned)= 4 x(Cards Sold).
Option A :The situation represents direct variation.
The equation that represents the situation is : y= 4 x.
Graph is shown below.
The correct answer is a, direct variation, y=4x
The equation 10÷15=10⋅5 is true because multiplication and division are inverse operations.
Multiplication and division are inverse operations, but the application done here is incorrect. The correct application should be: 10/15 is 2/3. Now if you multiple 2.3 to 15, the answer is 10. The inverse relationship is not an equality. 10/15 is 2/3 and 10×5 is 50. Clearly, they're not equal.
The equation 10÷15=15⋅10 is true because of the commutative property of multiplication.
I think this is the answer if it were 10×15 = 15×10. That is a proper application of the commutative property of multiplication, which states that the order does not matter when multiplying numbers.
The equation 10÷15=15÷10 is true because of the commutative property of division.
There is no such thing as commutative property of division. If it were, there will be no proper fractions.
The equation 10÷15=110⋅15 is true because of inverse division operations.
110×15 is 1650 while 10/15 = 0.6667. These are not equal.