Explanation

\(1 \mathrm{ft.}=12 \text { in. } 9 \text { ft. } 8 \text { in. }=9 \times 128=116 \text { in.; } 116 \div 4=29 \text { in. }=2 \text { ft. } 5 \text { in. }\)

The domain of the function \(f(x)=\sqrt{x+1}\) would be?

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The company plans to spend the least amount of money on what type of advertising?

If x is a real number, and if \(x^{3}=100\), then x lies between which two consecutive integers?

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