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1.At a price of $1.04 per roll, the supply of toilet paper in a large town is 25,000 rolls, and ...

mand is 18,200 rolls. When the demand increases to 26,200 rolls, the supply is 20,000 and the price is $1.24 per roll. Let x be the quantity in thousands of rolls. The table below gives the price-supply and price-demand equations. Price Equations for Toilet Paper Type Equation Price-Supply P = -0.04x + 2.04 Price-Demand P = 0.025x + 1.495 QUESTION 1 Find the supply at a price of $2 per roll. 1000 rolls 10,000 rolls 1 roll 5000 rolls QUESTION 2 Find the demand at a price of $2 per roll. 20.2 rolls 202 rolls 20,200 rolls 500 rolls QUESTION 3 Use the substitution method to find the equilibrium quantity. Round x to the nearest tenth first and then convert to thousands. Include the units in your answer. QUESTION 4 What is the equilibrium price? Write the answer in dollars and cents, rounding to the nearest cent.
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3.I found this question in a book a while ago and don't know how to solve it. I try to ...

self. "Let A, B, C, D be points in this order on the line g and let P be a point in the plane that is not on g." Show, if the inequality |AP|+|DP|>|BP|+|CP| holds for all points P that do not lie on g, that |AB|=|CD|" I appreciate all ideas or solutions :)
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4.Hello there! I'm struggling with group solubility/solvability, Sylow subgroups, and nilpotency (university maths). I would like some assistance as soon ...

ersity maths). I would like some assistance as soon as possible (in the next few hours), so if you are unavailable, I would love it if another tutor could help. These are the questions that are similar to, but are not exactly the ones I am struggling with. Solving these would give me a better chance of solving my assignment. I don't know where to begin with these: Provide a non-solvable finite group G with solvable subgroups L, K, M such that G = LK = LM, M \neq K , and show that it fits the criteria. ///// Define G, a finite p -group, such that G isn't abelian. Let K \le G such that |G:K| = p , where K is abelian. Prove that there are either 1 or p + 1 such abelian subgroups, and if there are p + 1 , then the index of Z(G) in G is p^2 ///// Define N normal subgroup, G finite group, O the intersection of all maximal subgroups of G . Prove that G = ON and N \cap O is nilpotent. ///// Define p a prime number, G a finite group, K a Sylow p -subgroup of G . Assume M \le K and g^{-1}Mg \le K , where g \in G . Prove that g = km for some k \in N_G(K) (normaliser of K in G ) and some m \in C_G(M) (centraliser of K in G)
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5.I've got a question I'm unsure about: Let L be the linear transformation on R^2 that reflects each point P ...

oint P across the line y = kx (k > 0). a) Show that v1 = [1 k] and v2 = [-k 1] are eigenvectors of L.
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