MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

15 is 40% of what number

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Answer 1
Answer: The answer is 37.5. Convert fraction (ratio) 15/40 and the answer is 37.5%
Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

37.5

40 percent (calculated percentage %) of what number equals 15? Answer: 37.5.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

For a big football game, Joseph made a sandwich that was 72 inches long. By the end of the first quarter, 2 feet had been eaten. How many feet of the sandwich were remaining at the end of the first quarter? A. 4 B. 3 C. 10 D. 8 Units of Length
1 mile (mi) = 1,760 yards (yd)
1 mile = 5,280 feet (ft)
1 yard (yd) = 3 feet (ft)
1 foot = 12 inches (in.)

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Answer:

A.4

Step-by-step explanation:

Because 72/12=6, and 2 feet and been eaten, so you subtract 6-2=4

Answer:

72-2=70ft

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HIGH SCHOOL

Carl worked six and one-half hours on Monday. He worked eight and two-third hours on Tuesday. How many hours did Carl work in all?

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Answer: 15 hours and 37 minutes


Step-by-step explanation: 6 and 1/2 hours is 6 hours and 30 mins

8 and 2/3 hours is 8 hours and 67 mins


So 8 hours + 6 hours is 14 hours


Since 67 minutes is over an hour, we're going to take 60 minutes from 67, leaving u with 7 minutes


Add the 60 minutes to the 14 hours and you get 15 hours.


Take the 7 minutes and add it to the 30 minutes and you get 37 minutes.


All together the answer is 15 hours and 37 minutes


MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which of the inequalities matches the statement? "A number y, increased by 14 is greater than 22"

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Answer:

Do you have any choices?

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HIGH SCHOOL

A(r) is a function that gives the area of a circle with radius r. It can be written in equation form as A(r) = 3.14r2. What is the value of A(5)? A:31.40
B:78.50
C:28.14
D:246.49

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B: 78.50

If you plug in 5 for r, then you get  3.14 * 25, which is equal to 78.5 

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

If(x)=2x+3,find f(-6)

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f(-6) = 2(-6) +3

      = -12 +3

=-9

f(-6) = -9

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the difference 54-8

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Just substract it is not that hard

46
Subtract 54-8
54-8=46
HIGH SCHOOL

Over the past year, your friend Maura has been saving up for an epic road trip to travel across the country this summer. Her goal is to squeeze in as many sights as she can with her available budget of $2000. Give an example of a sound financial decision Maura might make to support this goal. Why is it sound? Then give an example of a poor financial decision Maura might make considering her goal. Why is it a poor decision?

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"Give an example of a sound financial decision Maura might make to support this goal. Why is it sound?"

She could choose to carefully budget her trip and avoid overspending at all costs. This prevents going into debt. She should also save up extra money in the event of an emergency.

Then give an example of a poor financial decision Maura might make considering her goal. Why is it a poor decision?

Not having a plan would be a poor decision on her part. She could end up spending too much and not realize how much money she has left.


I hope I helped!
MIDDLE SCHOOL

A jet travels 450miles in 2 hours. At this rate how far Could the jet fly in 10 hours? What is the rate of speed of the jet?

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So we know that 2 is divisible by 10, so we can multiply 450 by 10/2 = 5.

450 * 5 = 2250.

So it could fly 2250 miles in 10 hours.

What is the rate of speed of the jet?

Ummm, I'm gonna do rate of speed per hour.

450 / 2 = 225 miles per hour.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which sequence of transformations will change figure PQRS to figure P′Q′R′S′? A coordinate grid is labeled from negative 5 to 0 to 5 on both x- and y-axes at increments of 1. Figure PQRS has P at ordered pair negative 3, negative 2, Q at negative 2, negative 3, R at negative 3, negative 4, S at negative 4, negative 4. Figure P prime Q prime R prime S prime has P prime at ordered pair 2, 3, Q prime at 3, 2, R prime at 4, 3, S prime at 4, 4. Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 90 degrees followed by reflection about the x-axis Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 90 degrees followed by reflection about the y-axis Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 180 degrees followed by reflection about the x-axis Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 180 degrees followed by reflection about the y-axis

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The original figure is in Quadrant 3. The transformed figure is in quadrant 1.

A 90 degree counterclockwise rotation moves the original figure to quadrant 4, which is directly below quadrant 1. The figure is then reflected across the x axis to move it to quadrant 1.

The answer is:

Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 90 degrees followed by reflection about the x-axis

Answer:The original figure is in Quadrant 3. The transformed figure is in quadrant 1.

A 90 degree counterclockwise rotation moves the original figure to quadrant 4, which is directly below quadrant 1. The figure is then reflected across the x axis to move it to quadrant 1.

The answer is:

Counterclockwise rotation about the origin by 90 degrees followed by reflection about the x-axis

Step-by-step explanation:

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Read the excerpt from "The Three Questions" by Leo Tolstoy. All the answers being different, the King agreed with none of them, and gave the reward to none. But still wishing to find the right answers to his questions, he decided to consult a hermit, widely renowned for his wisdom. The hermit lived in a wood which he never quitted, and he received none but common folk. So the King put on simple clothes, and before reaching the hermit's cell dismounted from his horse, and, leaving his body-guard behind, went on alone. When the King approached, the hermit was digging the ground in front of his hut. Seeing the King, he greeted him and went on digging. The hermit was frail and weak, and each time he stuck his spade into the ground and turned a little earth, he breathed heavily. The King went up to him and said: "I have come to you, wise hermit, to ask you to answer three questions: How can I learn to do the right thing at the right time? Who are the people I most need, and to whom should I, therefore, pay more attention than to the rest? And, what affairs are the most important, and need my first attention?" The hermit listened to the King, but answered nothing. He just spat on his hand and recommenced digging. "You are tired," said the King, "let me take the spade and work awhile for you." Which paragraphs from the excerpt best support the conclusion that the author’s primary purpose is to teach a lesson? Select two options. A)“All the answers being different, the King agreed with none of them, and gave the reward to none. But still wishing to find the right answers to his questions, he decided to consult a hermit, widely renowned for his wisdom.” B)“The hermit lived in a wood which he never quitted, and he received none but common folk. So the King put on simple clothes, and before reaching the hermit's cell dismounted from his horse, and, leaving his body-guard behind, went on alone.” C)“When the King approached, the hermit was digging the ground in front of his hut. Seeing the King, he greeted him and went on digging. The hermit was frail and weak, and each time he stuck his spade into the ground and turned a little earth, he breathed heavily.” D)“The King went up to him and said: ‘I have come to you, wise hermit, to ask you to answer three questions: How can I learn to do the right thing at the right time? Who are the people I most need, and to whom should I, therefore, pay more attention than to the rest? And, what affairs are the most important, and need my first attention?’” E)“The hermit listened to the King, but answered nothing. He just spat on his hand and recommenced digging.” F)“’You are tired,’ said the King, ‘let me take the spade and work awhile for you.’”