# Is 2.6 bigger than 2.661

So, 2.6 is not bigger than 2.661
Answer: No because 2.6 is the same as writing 2.60. Know you know that 2.661 is bigger. (2.60 < 2.661) Hope this helps! :D

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For the equation, y = −x − 4, tell whether its graph passes through the first quadrant. Explain how you know. No; for x > 0 the y-values are negative.

Yes; for x > 0 some y-values are positive.

Yes; for x < 0 some y-values are positive.

No; for x < 0 the y-values are negative

Option 1

No; for x > 0 the y-values are negative.

The given line equation will not pass through 1st quadrant. So option 1 is correct. As for x > 0, the y – values are positive

Solution:

Given that, an equation is y = - x – 4

We have to find whether the given line equation will passes through the 1st quadrant or not.

Now, we know that, in 1st quadrant both the values of x and y will be positive.

So, now if we observe. For any positive value of x in y = - x – 4 the y value will always be negative. Because of the (-) symbol before it.

So, no value y will be positive for a positive value of x. and even the vice versa is not possible.

Hence, the given line equation will not pass through 1st quadrant. So option 1 is correct. As for x > 0 , the y – values are positive.

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-15/20 in lowest terms

Hi,

-15/20

find the GCF of both numbers:

15: 1,3,5,15
20: 1,2,4,5,10,20

The GCF is 5.

Divide the numerator and denomiator by 5-
-15/5 = 3
-20/5 = 4

makes sense?

Factor the expression completely. -9.75 + 3.25x

A.
-3.25(3 - x)

B.
-0.25(39 + 13x)

C.
-3.25(6.5 + x)

D.
-0.25(-9.5 - 3x)

-9.75 + 3.25x

= -3.25(3) + 3.25(x)

= -3.25(3)  -  -3.25(x)     notice they have the same factor of -3.25

= -3.25(3 - x)

What is one possible dividend, greater than 1,000, if the quotient is 37 R4

One possible dividend which is greater than 37 is 1003.

The dividend is the number that is to be divided.

The divisor is the number to be divided with.

The quotient is the result.

Mathematically,

Divisor\times Quotient + Remainder\\Divident> 37x+4\\" alt="Divident > Divisor\times Quotient + Remainder\\Divident> 37x+4\\" align="absmiddle" class="latex-formula">

For 1000" alt="Divident> 1000" align="absmiddle" class="latex-formula"> ,

1000\\37x +4 > 1000\\x > \dfrac{996}{37}" alt="Divident > 1000\\37x +4 > 1000\\x > \dfrac{996}{37}" align="absmiddle" class="latex-formula">

But,

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