MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Christina goes to market with $50. She buys one papaya for $20 and spends the rest of the money on bananas. Each banana costs $6. Write an inequality for the number of bananas she can purchase?

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Answer 1
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MIDDLE SCHOOL

(PLEASE ANSWER!!) a college student completed some courses worth 4 credits and some courses worth 3 credits. the student earned a total of 59 credits after completing 18 courses. how many courses worth 3 credits did the student complete?

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The college student took 13 courses of 3 credit hours.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given,

Total credits = 59

Total courses = 18

Let,

Number of 3 credit hour courses = x

Number of 4 credit hour courses = y

According to given statement;

x+y=18     Eqn 1

3x+4y=59   Eqn 2

We will eliminate y to find the number of 3 credit hour courses, therefore,

Multiplying Eqn 1 by 4

Subtracting Eqn 2 from Eqn 3

The college student took 13 courses of 3 credit hours.

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Answer:

13

Step-by-step explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How do u solve y pluse 4 pluse 3(y pluse 2)

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Y + 4 + 3(y+2)    first distribute the 3
y + 4 + 3y + 6     then add like terms
4y + 10

therefore your answer should be  4y + 10







COLLEGE

SOLUTION: if you know the names of the remaining 5 students in the spelling bee, what is the probability of randomly selecting an order and getting the order that is used in the spelling bee

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There are

possible arrangements of 5 students. So, if you pick a particular one, you'll have a probability of 1/120 to guess the correct one.

HIGH SCHOOL

People who are physically active should increase the daily amount of water they drink to 2/3 ounces per pound of body weight. how much should a 245 pound football player drink per day? A 1,470 ounces of water
B 163 ounces of water
C 163 1/3 ounces of water
D no water, football players only drink gatorade

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245*2/3=

245*2 =490/3 =163.33 = 163 1/3 ounces

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the area of the rectangle below

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Where is the rectangle
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The stock price for International Business Machines (IBM) historically has followed an approximately normal distribution (when adjusting for inflation) with a mean of $188.876 and standard deviation of $4.6412. What is the probability that on a selected day the stock price is between $186.26 and 192.47

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Answer:

0.494 is the probability that on a selected day the stock price is between $186.26 and $192.47.

Step-by-step explanation:

We are given the following information in the question:

Mean, μ = $188.876

Standard Deviation, σ = $4.6412

We are given that the distribution of stock price is a bell shaped distribution that is a normal distribution.

Formula:

P(stock price is between $186.26 and $192.47)

0.494 is the probability that on a selected day the stock price is between $186.26 and $192.47.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Solve |x|=11
A. {-11}
B. {11}
C. {-11, 11}

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Answer:

the answe is 11

Step-by-step explanation:


Answer:

B

Step-by-step explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

ASAP GEOMETRY PLZZZZ... What is the equation of the line that is perpendicular to the given line and has an x-intercept of 6?

y = –x + 8
y = –x + 6
y = x – 8
y = x – 6

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Answer:

B or D, depending on the given line

Step-by-step explanation:

The x-intercept is when y = 0. So, we look for an equation that when y = 0, x = 6. A and C can be ignored because 8 - 6 ≠ 0.

B) y = -x + 6

Substitute: 0 = -6 + 6

Simplify: 0 = 0

D) y = x - 6 --> 0 = 6 - 6 --> 0 = 0

These both have the x-intercept of 6, so B and D are possible answers.

Since I am not given the slope of the given line, I can't fully answer the question, but I can tell you that If the slope of the original line is -1, then the slope of the perpendicular line is 1, and vise versa. (Perpendicular line's slope = negative reciprocal)

HIGH SCHOOL

A circle has a circumference of 81.64cm. What is its Radius?

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