MATHEMATICS
HIGH SCHOOL

Answer: Answer:

V=a³

V=512 in³

a=Edge

V=a³

V=512 in³

a=Edge

Answer: The answer is A equal 8

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A restaurant sells drinks in 3 sizes of cups: small, medium, and large. The small cup costs $.89 and holds 9 ounces. The medium cup costs $1.29 and holds 12 ounces. The large cup costs $1.59 and holds 15 ounces. Which size cup costs the least per ounce?

Answer: the small cup cost the least per ounce

MIDDLE SCHOOL

You flipped a coin 50 times and got 23 heads.What is the experimental probability of getting a head? Write your answer as a fraction, decimal and percent.

Answer:

%

Step-by-step explanation:

Experimental probability is the actual odds produced from an event. Probability is typically expressed as a fraction of the number of desired outcomes (numerator) over the total number of outcomes (denominator). In this case, the desired outcome is getting heads on a coin flip (23) and the total outcomes is the number of times you flipped the coin (50). Represented as a fraction:

Divide numerator by denominator to get a decimal: 23÷50 = 0.46

Multiply the decimal by 100 to get a percent: 0.46 x 100 = 46%

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is the answer 5 1/6

Answer:

= 31/6

Step-by-step explanation:

Multiply the denominator(6) by the whole number(5) to get 30 then add it to the numerator(1) to get 31, then put it over the original denominator to get 31/6.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How many pounds are in 1 kilogram

The answer you’re looking for is 2.205 pounds

Answer:

2.205

Step-by-step explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

How do you find the quadratic equation for -3 and -17?

I'm assuming those are the x-intercepts. You would solve it backward. First, you put it back into an equation. (x+3)(x+17) then Multiply those out to x^2+17x+3x+51 combine like terms and finally have X^2+20X+51

HIGH SCHOOL

Andre is in charge of cooking broccoli and zucchini for a large group he has to spend all $117 hr has and can carry 10 pounds of veggies .Zucchini costs $1.50 per pound and broccoli cost $2 per pound.

The proportion of broccoli and zucchini is an illustration of linear functions

He would carry 4 pounds of broccoli, and 6 pounds of zucchini

Represent broccoli with c, and zucchini with z.

So, we have the following system of equations

- -- the total pounds of veggies he has carry
- -- the total cost of the veggie

Make c the subject in

Substitute 10 - z for c in

Open bracket

Collect like terms

Evaluate like terms

Divide both sides by -0.5

Substitute 6 for z in

Hence, he would carry 4 pounds of broccoli, and 6 pounds of zucchini

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Answer:

Andre has 4 pounds of Broccoli and 6 pounds of Zucchini.

Step-by-step explanation:

In this question there is mistake in given data:

With given data of $117 and 10 pounds of veggies solution is not possible

To make possible solution we should make either data $17 or we should make 100 pounds.

We have solved by making $17.

Given:

Amount of veggies he can carry = 10 pounds

Let the amount of broccoli be 'x'.

Let the amount of Zucchini be 'y'.

Now we can say that;

Amount of veggies he can carry is equal to sum of the amount of broccoli and the amount of Zucchini.

framing in equation form we get;

Also Given:

Total money he has = $17

Per pound of Zucchini costs = $1.50

Per pound of broccoli cost = $2

Now we can say that;

Total money he has is equal to sum of the amount of broccoli multiplied by Per pound of broccoli cost and the amount of Zucchini multiplied by Per pound of Zucchini costs.

framing in equation form we get;

Now Multiplying equation 1 by 1.5 we get;

Subtracting equation 3 from equation 2 we get;

Dividing both side by 0.5 we get;

Now substituting the value of 'x' in equation 1 we get;

Hence Andre has 4 pounds of Broccoli and 6 pounds of Zucchini.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Simplify these expressions. a. 4c + 9 + 3

b. 10x + (–4) + (–10)

c. –9 + 3x + 14

d. 11y + 6 + (–7)

A.) 4c+12

b.) 10x-14

c.) 3x+5

d.) 11y-1

b.) 10x-14

c.) 3x+5

d.) 11y-1

- 4c + 9 + 3 => 4c +12 => c=(-12/3) => c=(-4)
- 10x + (-4) + (-10) => 10x - 14 => x=14/10
- -9 + 3x +14 => 3x +5 => x=(-5/3)
- 11y + 6 +(-7) => 11y - 1 => y=1/11

COLLEGE

A bucket holds 3 liters of water. How much is this in ounces? Use the following conversion: 1liter is 33.8ounces.

Just multiply ;

3×33.8 = 101.4 ounces !!

3×33.8 = 101.4 ounces !!

MIDDLE SCHOOL

class a folds 160 fewer paper cranes than class b and 2/3 as many paper cranes as classsc.class b folds 92 more paper cranes than class c. how many paper cranes does class b fold

First, set up a system of equations:

a=b-160

a=2/3c

b=c+92

Then, pick a variable to solve for. I'll start with c.

So, we know that a=b-160 and b=c+92. That means the first equation could be written as a=(c+92)-160. Which simplifies to a=c-68, and a=2/3c, so really 2/3c=c-68. Simplify to 68=1/3c. to get rid of the fraction, multiply both sides by 3.

c=204.

Plug that into the other two equations,

a=2/3(204)

a=136

and

b=(204)+92

b=296