# mary's job pays her \$8.75 per hour which of the following expressions best represents her total earnings if she works two hours or monday three hours on tuesday for hours on wednesday 5 hours on thursday and 6 hours on friday​

Around 175 dollars with that because that’s 20 hours

\$170

Step-by-step explanation:

2+3+4+5+6= 20 hours

multiply that by how much she makes per hour

20*8.75= 175

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Chris runs 7 miles in 80 minutes. at the same rate, how many miles would he run in 64 minutes?

Hello there,
80 minutes= 7 miles
1 minute= 7 / 80
= 0.875
64 minutes= 0.875 x 64
= 5.6 miles

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Suppose that two cards are drawn without replacement from a well-shuffled deck. what is the probability that both cards have numbers and that the numbers on the cards are the same (note that only the numbers 2 through 10 are shown on cards, since aces, kings, queens, and jacks are represented by letters).

In a deck there are 40 cards which are shown in number. The probability P that the first card is a number is P(number) = 40/52. Then there are 3 cards of the same number left so the probability P is P(same number) = 3/51. Then you multiply (40/52)*(3/51) = 0.04525

What is the product of 14,560 x 10? We have to explain how we decided on the number of zeros in the products.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : Expression

To find : What is the product of the expression and explain how we decided on the number of zeros in the products ?

Solution :

Step 1 - Write the expression,

Step 2 - Multiply the terms,

The number of zero is decided on the basis of zero in the terms.

As in 14560 there is one zero and 10 has one zero.

Therefore, There are two zeros in the result.

If we multiply 14,560 with 10 we will get 145,600.
We have 10 in question we will add 1 zero in the product. the number of zeros we have on multiplicating side the number of zeros we will add in the product.
Example- 14,560 * 1000 = 14,560,000.

Which equations are true? ® 6145-3,050 - 10
® 381 X 27 = 1,143 - 9
© 854 X 63 = 53,802
0 562 X 42 = 23,604
@ 72 x 30 = 270​

The third one and the fourth one.

Step-by-step explanation:

The first one is not an equation... But the rest area fairly easy to solve. You just need to solve one side of the equation, and if the answer is the same value as the other side, then it is true.

How many times does 8 go into 536

67 is the soonest 8 goes into 536 too do this you must divide 8 by 536 (536 divide by 8)

Using the data from question #1, what is the equation of the line of best fit? (For future reference: line of best fit, linear regression equation, and least-squares line are all the same thing y=ax+b). Round your answers to the nearest tenth. x : {20,30,45,60,80,90,45,120,90,70} y: {50,45,55,70,80,90,80,100,95,85}

You can solve this manually by plotting all points, fitting a line, finding its intercepts and obtaining the equation.

For the easier solution, use Mode STAT in your scientific calculator, input the x and y values, and find the m and b parameters for equation y = mx + b

The equation of the best fit line would be: y = 0.57x + 38.15

A bicycle trail consists of a mountainous part and a flat part. The mountainous part of the trail is 5.92 kilometers long, and the flat part of the trail is 16.6 kilometers long. What is the length of the entire bicycle trail?

16.6 + 5.92 = 22.52 kilometers

The length of the entire bicycle trail = 22.52 kilometers

Step-by-step explanation:

A bicycle trail consists of a mountainous part and a flat part.

Total number of parts = 2

The mountainous part of the trail is 5.92 kilometers long, and the flat part of the trail is 16.6 kilometers long

Total length of mountainous part of the trail = 5.92 kilometers

Total length of flat part of the trail = 16.6 kilometers

Total length of part 1 = 5.92 kilometers

Total length of part 2 = 16.6 kilometers

The length of the entire bicycle trail = Total length of part 1 + Total length of part 2

The length of the entire bicycle trail = 5.92 + 16.6 = 22.52 kilometers

Jin spent 32hours on math and art homework last week She spent about 30 percent of this total on math.About how many hours were spent on Math?