MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Two-thirds a number plus 4 is 7

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Answer 1
Answer: The answer is 2/3x+4=7

Answer 2
Answer: 7-4 is 3. 3 is two thirds of a number So 3:2=1,5. 1,5×3=4,5

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COLLEGE

What's the minimum degree by which an octagon can rotate to map onto itself

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ANSWER: 135 degrees


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HIGH SCHOOL

-6.59 written as a fraction is _____

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The fractional form of -6.59 will be -(659/100).

What is the arithmetic operator?

Arithmetic operators are four basic mathematical operations in which summation, subtraction, division, and multiplication involve.,

Summation = addition of two or more numbers or variable

For example = 2 + 8 + 9

Subtraction = Minus of any two or more numbers with each other called subtraction.

For example = 4 - 8

Division = divide any two numbers or variable called division.

For example 4/8

Multiplication = to multiply any two or more numbers or variables called multiplication.

For example 5 × 7.

Given that -6.59

Now multiply and divide by 100

⇒ (-6.59) × 100/100

⇒ (-6.59 × 100)/100

⇒ -659/100 which is a fraction number and cannot be divisible.

Hence "The fractional form of -6.59 will be -(659/100)".

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First multiply -6.59 by 100: 
Next you place -659 over 100: 
Final Answer: 
HIGH SCHOOL

-2(11-12x)=-4(1-6x whats the anwer

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Solution
the negative signs first councel so that we remain with
2 (11-12x) = 4(1-6x)
22-24x = 4-24x
22-4. = 24x+24x
18. = 48x
18/48. = x
3/8. = x
HIGH SCHOOL

How many odd integers from 1000 through 9999 have distinct digits?

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We know that
step 1
the number of elements in a list from n to m is (m-n)+1
therefore
from 1000 to 9999 there are
(9999-1000)+1 = 9000 elements
step 2
Since even and odd numbers alternate, half of our list is composed of odd numbers. Therefore, there are 4500 of them
step 3
To construct a 4 digit odd number, we have 5 choices for the last digit.
(1-3-5-7-9)
then
we have
8 choices for the first (not 0 or same as last digit),
8 choices for the second
7 choices for the third.
there are (8)(8)(7)(5) = 2240 

the answer is 2240 odd numbers with distinct digits in the list

HIGH SCHOOL

Round 406542 to ten thousand

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 the rounded answer is 401000
406,542 to the ten thousand is 410,000
HIGH SCHOOL

The lowest temperature ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere was -128.6°F. The lowest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere was -93.6°F. Was the Northern temperature warmer or colder, and by how many degrees?

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Answer:

The northern temperature was warmer and by 35 degrees

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HIGH SCHOOL

Multiply the polynomial (3x^2+3x+5)(6x+4)

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Answer:  The required multiplied expression is

Step-by-step explanation:  We are given to multiply the following polynomial :

To multiply the given expressions, we must multiply each term of one expression to every term of the other expression.

The multiplication of (i) is as follows :

Thus, the required multiplied expression is

Answer:

18x³+30x²+42x+20

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Joanna has 3 more books in her backpack than Sophie. If Sophie has n books, how many does Joanna have

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The answer would be would be 3+n.
If Sophie has n books and Joanna has three more books than Sophie then Joanna has n + 3 books
MIDDLE SCHOOL

park a covers an area of 4,926 square kilometers. it is 1,845 square kilometer larger than park b. park c is 4,006 square kilometers larger than park a. what is the area of all three parks?

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Answer:

The total area of all three parks is 16,939 square kilometers.

Step-by-step explanation:

Park A is 1,845 square kilometer larger than park B. That means, park B is 1,845 square kilometer smaller than park A.

Given that, park A covers an area of 4,926 square kilometers.

So, the area of park B will be:   square kilometers.

Now, park C is 4,006 square kilometers larger than park A. So, the area of park C will be:   square kilometers.

Thus, the total area of all three parks will be:   square kilometers.

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