# GCF of 35 and 63. Show your work.

Step-by-The GCF of 35 and 63 is 7. To find the GCF, we will start by listing the factors of 35 and listing the factors of 63. We see that the factors that are common to both 35 and 63 are 1 and 7, and the greatest of these is 7. Therefore, the greatest common factor of 35 and 63 is 7.step explanation:

The answer is 7 because you list all the greatest common factor

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the member increased their elevation 290 feet during their hike this morning. now they are at an elevation of 450 feet

160 good luck tho on whatever

Step-by-step explanation:

450-290

Find the quotient of -4 and -9

4/9

Step-by-step explanation:

dividing two negatives equal to a positive so -4 and -9 will be 4÷9 which is 4/9

Green Lawn charges a \$49 startup fee plus \$29 per month. Yard Guard charges a \$25 startup fee plus \$37 per month. Determine when the cost
of the two services will be the same amount, and what the price will be.

After months the cost will be same cost

Step-by-step explanation:

let after months the cost is equal.

Green lawn's cost

startup cost

Per month cost

after month cost

yard Guard's cost

Startup cost

Per month cost

after month cost

Both cost are equal

after months the cost will be same

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Sarah decides to take her six-year-old son to the circus the price for the child ticket is \$4.75 dollars Less in the price for the adult ticket if we represent the price for the child ticket using the variable X how would you write the algebraic expression for the adult ticket price

Since the child ticket is y-4.75 (saying y is the adult ticket), we need to solve for y in y-4.75=x. Adding 4.75 to both sides, we get y=x+4.75

By the North Pole, there were 5 gold rings, 7 French hens, 4 turtledoves, 2 pear trees, and 8 partridges. What is the ratio of pear trees to partridges by the North Pole?

2:8 and in simplest form 1:4

What is the equation of a line, in general form, with a slope of -2 and a y-intercept of 8?

Mary will rent a car for the weekend. She can choose one of two plans. The first plan has no initial fee but costs \$0.70 per mile driven. The second plan has an initial fee of \$75 and costs an additional \$0.60 per mile driven. How many miles would Mary need to drive for the two plans to cost the same?

Mary would have to drive 750 for the plans to be the same.
Mary would have to drive 750 miles for the plans to become the same

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