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2 months ago

The first sentence is filler information that can be ignored, as the question involves lace, not ribbon.

Convert the mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

3 * 5 = 15

15 + 1 = 16

The fraction is now .

Divide the fraction by 4, as you want to get 4 equally long pieces.

You get , which can be simplified to .

The answer is**D.**

Convert the mixed fraction into an improper fraction.

3 * 5 = 15

15 + 1 = 16

The fraction is now .

Divide the fraction by 4, as you want to get 4 equally long pieces.

You get , which can be simplified to .

The answer is

Guest #3893

2 months ago

Because the lace is 3.2 ydlong, so 3.2÷4=4/5

Question

If you are measuring km what do you need to change it to so you can measure it on the ruler

Solution 1

You need to change it to meters that is 1*1000, so you need to have the measured distance divided by 1000 after you measure a kilometer by ruler.

Question

8, 15, 14, 9, 1, 6, 3 What number would come next in the sequence above, 4, 7, 10, or 12? Explain your answer.

Solution 1

**The next number in the sequence will be 12. **

__Explanation__

The given sequence is: 8, 15, 14, 9, 1, 6, 3

If we express these numbers in words, then we can see that the words are in alphabetical order, like....

Eight, Fifteen, Fourteen, Nine, One, Six, Three

There are two numbers 10 and 12 in the options which starts with letter 'T' , but alphabetically '__ Tw__elve' will be the next number after '

**So, the next number in the sequence will be 12. **

Question

Find the product to (x+2)(x+1) to fulfil my pleasure

Solution 1

Use foil, (first outside, inside, last) and simplify to get: x^2+3x+2

Question

Tyra is training for a bicycle race. Each week she rides a total distance greater than 10 kilometers and less than or equal to 30 kilometers. If the distance is always an even number and a multiple of 3, what are the possible distances Tyra rides in one week?

Solution 1

12 km,18 km,24 km,30 km only this are possible.

(i think)

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Question

there are 54 people at the party. 18 of them are wearing red, what percent of them are not wearing red

Solution 1

**There are 54 people at the party.**

**18 people are wearing red which means that 36 people are not wearing red**

**54 - 18 = 36**

The fraction represents the 36 people at the party that are wearing no red. We can find what percent of the people at the party are not wearing red by turning into a percent.

can be reduced to by dividing both the numerator and denominator by the greatest common factor of 36 and 54.

2 ÷ 3 = 0.667

0.667 × 100 = 66.67%

Therefore, 66.67% of the people at the party are not wearing red

Solution 2

18 = number wearing red

54-18 = 36 not wearing red

36 out of 54 = 36/54

36/54 = 0.6666

0.6666 * 100 = 66.67%

Percent wearing red is 66.67%

54-18 = 36 not wearing red

36 out of 54 = 36/54

36/54 = 0.6666

0.6666 * 100 = 66.67%

Percent wearing red is 66.67%

Question

A wooden peg game in the shape of a triangular prism is 2 inches tall. The triangle has a base of 12 inches and a height of 9 inches. Find the volume of the game.

Solution 1

The volume of the game will be given by:

Volume=(base area)×height

base area=1/2×base×height

=1/2×12×9

=54 in²

Therefore the volume will be:

Volume=54×2=108 in³

Volume=(base area)×height

base area=1/2×base×height

=1/2×12×9

=54 in²

Therefore the volume will be:

Volume=54×2=108 in³

Question

What’s the ratio decimal of
2:3
3:7
3:6
3:8
2:5
3:7
2:4

Solution 1

To find the ratio decimal form, write each ratio as it's corresponding fraction, then divide. Simplify fractions, if possible.

2:3= 2/3= 0.6666666= 0.67 rounded

3:7= 3/7= 0.42857= 0.43 rounded

3:6= 3/6= 1/2= 0.5

3:8= 3/8= 0.375

2:5= 2/5= 0.4

3:7= 3/7= 0.42857= 0.43 rounded

2:4= 2/4= 1/2= 0.5

Hope this helps! :)

2:3= 2/3= 0.6666666= 0.67 rounded

3:7= 3/7= 0.42857= 0.43 rounded

3:6= 3/6= 1/2= 0.5

3:8= 3/8= 0.375

2:5= 2/5= 0.4

3:7= 3/7= 0.42857= 0.43 rounded

2:4= 2/4= 1/2= 0.5

Hope this helps! :)

Question

the greatest common factor gcf of 2 monomiald is 3x^2y. One of the monomials is 3x^4y . Which couod be the other monomial.

Solution 1

While I cannot see your answer choices, the correct answer would be one that has a coefficient that is a multiple of 3 and has an x raised to an exponent of no more than 2. It could have any other variables in it.

The reason this has to be is because of the GCF. Since 3 is part of the GCF, and the other monomial has a coefficient of 3, this means the missing monomial must be divisible by 3 as well.

Since x² is part of the GCF, the missing monomial must contain x². However, if it were to contain x³ or anything larger, the GCF would have x with a higher exponent.

The reason this has to be is because of the GCF. Since 3 is part of the GCF, and the other monomial has a coefficient of 3, this means the missing monomial must be divisible by 3 as well.

Since x² is part of the GCF, the missing monomial must contain x². However, if it were to contain x³ or anything larger, the GCF would have x with a higher exponent.

Question

how do I solve a problem in which radicals with unlike terms are added? E.g. (Square root of 3) + (two times the square root of 108) + (four times the square root of 75)

Solution 1

By making all three roots to be square roots of 3. And then add them.

Question

Which graph is the solution to the system y > 2x – 3 and y < 2x + 4?

Solution 1

The solution **region **of the inequalities y > 2x - 3 and y < 2x + 4 would be the region between the parallel lines y = 2x - 3 and y = 2x + 4.

Linear Inequalities are the statements in mathematics where the left and right hand side are separated using inequality **symbols **like <, >, ≤ and ≥.

We have the **system **of inequalities given here:

y > 2x - 3 and

y < 2x + 4

To solve this first take the inequalities as **equations **y = 2x - 3 and y = 2x + 4.

Take y = 2x - 3

When x = 0, then y = -3

When x = 1, then y = -1

When y = 0, then x = 1.5

We get three **points **here (0, -3), (1, -1) and (1.5, 0).

Draw a line passing through these points.

**Substitute **(x, y) as (0, 0), then the inequality y > 2x - 3 become 0 > -3, which is true. Therefore solution region is the region containing the origin.

Similarly, take y = 2x + 4.

When x = 0, then y = 4

When x = 1, then y = 6

When y = 0, then x = -2

We get three points here, (0, 4), (1, 6) and (-2, 0).

Substitute (x, y) as (0, 0), then the inequality y < 2x + 4 become 0 < 4, which is true. Therefore solution region is the region containing the **origin**.

Hence the **solution **region of these inequalities would be the region lower to the line y = 2x + 4 and the region upper to the line y = 2x - 3.

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