MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Solve for p: -9 + p < 15 A. p > 24 B. -p > 6 C. p < 24 D. -p < -6

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THE ANSWER IS.... C. P < 24


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Six friends share a 2-liter bottle of soda evenly? How much soda will each friend get?

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Answer:

liter soda.

Step-by-step explanation:

There is a 2 liter bottle of soda.

six friends share the soda bottle evenly.

Each friend will get =

after dividing we will get =

Each friend will get liter of soda.

each friend will get 1/3 a liter of soda. Just divide 2 by 6 and that's your answer.

Hopefully this helps! Let me know if you have any more questions.

HIGH SCHOOL

1. Use a property of exponents to write (3b)⁵ as a product of powers. 2. What is the width of the rectangle written as an exponential expression? - Area: 10⁴ m² - Length: 10³ m

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The expression can be written as (3b)² x (3b)³. The width of the rectangle is 10 meters.

What is the area of the rectangle?

Let L be the length and W be the width of the rectangle.

Then the area of the rectangle will be

Area of the rectangle = L×W square units

Use a property of exponents to write (3b)⁵ as a product of powers. Then we have

⇒ (3b)² x (3b)³

Then the width of the rectangle is written as an exponential expression will be if the Area: 10⁴ m² and the Length: 10³ m

Width = Area / Length

Width = 10⁴ / 10³

Width = 10 meters

The width of the rectangle is 10 meters.

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Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

1. (3b)^5

= (3b)^2 * (3b)^3.

2.  Width = area / length

= 10^4 / 10^3

= 10^(4-3)

= 10 m.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

The total cost of the fatigato family's two cars was $71,48. The cost of one car was $38,295. Write an equation using a variable to represent the cost of the family's other car

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Answer:

x + 38,295 = 71,480

Step-by-step explanation:

The total cost of the Fatigato family's two cars was = $71,480

The cost of one car was = $38,295

Let the cost of other car be x

an equation using a variable to represent the cost of the family's other car would be

x + 38,295  = 71,480

x = 71,480 - 38295

$71,48(?)-$38,295=x

"x" is the missing variable.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Find θ, 0° ≤ θ < 360°,

given the following information.

tan θ = and θ in QIII

θ = _________°

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Answer:

240°

Step-by-step explanation:

Given

tanΘ = , then

Θ = ( ) = 60° ← angle in first quadrant

Thus the related angle in the third quadrant is

Θ = 180° + 60° = 240°

HIGH SCHOOL

How do you simplify #(-3 - 2i)(-3 + 3i)#?

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So, ( -3 - 2i )( -3 + 3i ) = 9 - 9i +6i - 6i^2 = 9 - 3i - 6·(-1) = 9 + 6 - 3i = 15 - 3i;
We have / 15 +(- 3)i / = 15.29;
MIDDLE SCHOOL

The opposite corners of a quadrilateral are right angles. The quadrilateral is not a rhombus. What kind of quadrilateral is this figure. Explain how you know

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A rhombus is a 4 sided shape with equal lengths. Even though it has equal lengths, it has opposite sides that are parallel, and angles that are equal. It also has diaginols (dashed lines) meat in the middle
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What number is 0.4÷ 82.1

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Its most likely to be 0.004872107.....
0.0048721072 yeah is that one
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Flower are sold in packs of 3.A container holds 2 packs of flowers. There ar 4 containerS on one shelf.How many plants are on the shelf

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Number of plants on shelf = number of plants in pack X number of packs in container X number of containers on shelf
number of plants on shelf = 3 X 2 X 4
                                         = 24
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Misha used a probability simulator to pull 3 colored marbles from a bag and flip a coin 50 times. The results are shown in the tables below: Color of Marble Number of Times Rolled Blue 20 Green 18 Yellow 12 Heads Tails 28 22 Using Misha's simulation, what is the probability of pulling a blue marble and the coin landing tails up?

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To solve this problem, let us first remember that probability is:

Probability = number of successful events / number of total events

 

Now, let us first calculate the probability of getting a blue marble. There are 20 blue marbles out of 50 total marbles, therefore the probability is:

P (blue marble) = 20 / 50 = 0.4

 

Next, let us calculate for the probability of landing tails up. There are 22 tails success out of 50 times the coin was tossed, therefore the probability is:

P (tails) = 22 / 50 = 0.44

 

Finally, since we want to find the Probability of getting blue and Probability of landing tails, we multiply the two:

P (blue and tails) = 0.4 * 0.44

P (blue and tails) = 0.176               (ANSWER)

 

Now if the choices are in fraction:

P (blue and tails) = (20 / 50) (22 / 50) = 440 / 2500

Answer:

The answer is 440/2500

Step-by-step explanation:

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