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# Ireally need ! come ! a sporting goods store buys a basketball for \$15.00 and then adds a 75% markup to the price. how much will the basketball sell for in the store?   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 17:20, kelli151
Which of these equations, when solved, gives a different value of x than the other three? a9.1 = -0.2x + 10 b10 = 9.1 + 0.2x c10 – 0.2x = 9.1 d9.1 – 10 = 0.2x Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:50, huldalizvega98
What do the following two equations represent? -x - 3y = -1 -x – 3y = -1 Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:00, gavinarcheroz2jxq
Ireally need subtract and simplify.(-y^2 – 4y - 8) – (-4y^2 – 6y + 3)show your work, ! i will mark you brainliest but you have to show your work. Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:30, montgomerykarloxc24x
Project information: the pythagorean theorem can be used in many real-world scenarios. the following is an example of real-word scenario where you will use the pythagorean theorem to find the missing piece. real-word scenario: a handyman needs to create triangular trusses to frame out the roof of a small shed. he knows the roof itself will be 9 feet tall and the length of each truss will be 14 feet. how long will the roof be from its highest to lowest point? part 1: the handyman created a drawing to provide a visual to solve this problem. below is his drawing.
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