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Is each relation a function? if so, state whether it is one-to-one or many-to-one. 3. (-4,7), (-3,5), (1,4), (3,-8), (5,-11) 4. (-4,8), (-2,4), (0,1), (2,4), (4,8) 5. (-2, 1), (-2,3), (0,-3), (1,4), (3,1) Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:00
() at a farm, animals are fed bales of hay and buckets of gain.each bale of hay is in the shape of a rectangular prism.the base side lengths 2 feet and 3 feet,and the height is 5 feet. each bucket of grain is a cylinder with diameter of 3 feet. the height of the bucket is 5 feet as the height of bale. a. which is larger in area, the rectangular base of the bale or the circular base of the bucket? explain how you know b. which is larger in volume, the bale or the bucket? explain how you know Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:00
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Asystem of linear equations with more equations than unknowns is sometimes called an overdetermined system. can such a system be consistent? illustrate your answer with a specific system of three equations in two unknowns. choose the correct answer below. a. yes, overdetermined systems can be consistent. for example, the system of equations below is consistent because it has the solution nothing. (type an ordered pair.) x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 6 b. no, overdetermined systems cannot be consistent because there are fewer free variables than equations. for example, the system of equations below has no solution. x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 12 c. yes, overdetermined systems can be consistent. for example, the system of equations below is consistent because it has the solution nothing. (type an ordered pair.) x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 8 d. no, overdetermined systems cannot be consistent because there are no free variables. for example, the system of equations below has no solution. x 1 equals 2 comma x 2 equals 4 comma x 1 plus x 2 equals 24

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