Chris and Ben walked home from school. The distance Chris walked,in miles, is represented by point C on the number line. Ben walked 1/4 mile less than Chris walked. Enter the distance,in miles, Ben walked.
The distance Ben walked, in miles for this considered situation is C - 1/4 miles.How to form mathematical expression from the given description?
You can represent the unknown amounts by the use of variables. Follow whatever the description is and convert it one by one mathematically. For example if it is asked to increase some item by 4 , then you can add 4 in that item to increase it by 4. If something is for example, doubled, then you can multiply that thing by 2 and so on methods can be used to convert description to mathematical expressions.
We're provided that:
"1/4 less than what Chris walked"
is "1/4 less than C miles"
C - 1/4 is the amount of miles which is 1/4 less than C miles.
Thus, the distance Ben walked, in miles for this considered situation is miles.
Learn more about forming equations here:
first you divide the amount of miles chris walked with 1/4 or .25 miles then you will get the answer
Square ABCD and isosceles triangle BUC are drawn to create trapezoid AUCD. What is the measure of angle DCU? 45o 90o 120o 135o Mark this and return
The Answer is 135o
135 did the test review hope this helps! :)
Square ABCD and isosceles triangle BUC are drawn to create trapezoid AUCD.
Square A B C D and triangle B U C are attached at side B C to create trapezoid A U C D.
What is the measure of angle DCU?
How do you write 3.25 in simplest form
Convert the standard form equation into slope-intercept form 4x -3y =15
y = (4/3)x - 5.
4x - 3y = 15
-3y = -4x + 15
Divide though by -3:
y = (4/3)x - 5 .
Express the number in scientific notation. 0.00341 x 104
A) 3.41 x 10-3
B) 3.41 x 10-1
C) 3.41 x 101
D) 3.41 x 104
A hot air balloon climbs, at a 30 degree angle to the ground, to a height of 800 feet. To the nearest tenth of a foot, what ground distance has the balloon traveled to reach 800 feet?
5x^2 +13x -6
Andi received a puppy for her birthday. She is tracking how fast her puppy is growing. Which unit rates would be reasonable for Andi to use to describe how fast her puppy is growing? Question 3 options:
pounds per minute
pounds per month
pounds per year
kilograms per month
pounds per month since dogs typically grow bigger every month
The answers are Pounds per month, And Pounds per year
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2. It says Unit RATES! Plural, theres multipple answers, thank you
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Explain why the greater than or equal to and less than or equal to symbols have a closed circle, while the greater than and less than symbols have an open circle.
the circle is closed because it can also include that number or be equal to it, when the circle is open that number isn't an option and is just a starting point.