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# “In the year 2010, the world population was about 6.8 billion. The average amount of meat consumed worldwide each day in 2020 was 7.82x10^8kg Given 365 days in a year, what was the average amount of meat consumed by each person that year?”

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If the graphs of the linear equations in a system are parallel, what does that mean about the possible solution(s) of the system? a. there are infinitely many solutions. b. there is no solution. c. there is exactly one solution. d. the lines in a system cannot be parallel.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:20

Browning labs is testing a new growth inhibitor for a certain type of bacteria. the bacteria naturally grows exponentially each hour at a rate of 6.2%. the researchers know that the inhibitor will make the growth rate of the bacteria less than or equal to its natural growth rate. the sample currently contains 100 bacteria.the container holding the sample can hold only 300 bacteria, after which the sample will no longer grow. however, the researchers are increasing the size of the container at a constant rate allowing the container to hold 100 more bacteria each hour. they would like to determine the possible number of bacteria in the container over time.create a system of inequalities to model the situation above, and use it to determine how many of the solutions are viable.

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What are the four determinantes of the price elasticity of demand

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Which choice has the correct steps in graphing the solution set to the following inequality? -45_> 20x-5y

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