**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

In order to figure out how much money was left in the account after the interest was withdrawn, we have to first find out how much money was initially deposited to earn that amount of interest! The means to find that initial investment is found in the simple interest formula

prt = I, where

p is the initial investement,

r is the interest rate in decimal form,

t is the time in years, and

I is the interest earned. Notice that we have all those things but the p.

Filling in:

p(.0425)(4) = 2380 and

.17p = 2380 so

p = 14000

That means that 14000 was initially invested. If the depositor withdrew the 2380, then

14000 - 2380 is the amount left in the account, namely, $11620

**Answer:**

the small table

**Step-by-step explanation:**

i took the test

**Answer:**

You can do it four ways for horizontal straight line using a ruler.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**i did was make a 2x2 grid, and then arrange the four pictures inside.**

This expression is actually pretty easy to simplify. Since all of the actions taking place are either addition or subtraction, we can initiate the first step of removing all the parentheses/brackets from the expression.

m - {n - [p + (m + n - p)]}

simplifies to

m - n - p + m + n - p

Then, we can reorganize the expression so that like terms are next to each other, making it easier to combine the like terms, which will be the next step.

m + m - n + n - p - p

Then, we combine like terms, keeping careful watch over addition and subtaction signs.

2m - 2p

(The n's cancel out because one is negative and the other is positive)

m - {n - [p + (m + n - p)]} simplifies to 2m - 2p.

Hope that helped =)

1/3x = 12

Multiply both sides by 3x

3x.1/3x = 12.3x

3x/3x = 36x

1 = 36x

Now divide both sides by 36

1/36 = 36x/36

1/36 = x