MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided. x/10 = 4

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

x = 40.

Step-by-step explanation:

To completely find the correct answer to your question, you need to multiply 10, to both sides of the equation, and x/10 x 10 = x, and 4 x 10 = 40, so the correct answer to your problem is: x = 40.

Hope this helps!!!

Kyle.

Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

40

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Which word is the present participle form of sew? A. sewed B. sewing C. sews D. sew PLEASE ANSWER QUICK

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B. sewing because people would say i'm sewing none of the other stuff

The answer is B. sewing



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What is 4.35 rounded to the nearest hundred

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Any time you are rounding anything below 4 becomes a zero anything above a 5 is like a ten
ex.
Q. round to the nearest hundredth 3.24
A. 3.20

Q. round to the nearest hundrerg4 3.25
3.30

which means your answer is
4.40
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What is the value of x in: 1/7x -6 =8 (11-3)

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1/7x - 6 = 8(11-3)
1/7x - 6 = 8(8)
1/7x - 6 = 64
1/7x = 70
1/7 = 70x
1 = 490x
1/490 = x
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1/2mv^2 if m=.145kg v=40meters​

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Answer:

0.225

Step-by-step explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

explain why multiplying the numerator and denominator of a fraction by the same number results in an equialent fraction

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It would be = because you have to multiply the numerator and deomernator by the same number and then simplify it.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Percent change in 18.75 to 18.75

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0% had changed because stil the same
HIGH SCHOOL

Rewrite each expression by factoring out the greatest common factor.

-3p² - 4p

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3

yo answer

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A scatterplot has a negative, linear correlation. Which statement is true about the relationship between the x- and y-values? A) As the x-values increase, the y-values tend to increase.

B)As the x-values increase, the y-values tend to decrease.

C)As the x-values decrease, the y-values tend to decrease.

D)As the x-values decrease, the y-values tend to vary randomly.

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For the Scatter plot negative  the x-values increase, the y-values tend to decrease.

What is Scatterplot?

A linear function is a function that, when plotted, creates a straight line. Typically, it is a polynomial function with a maximum degree of 1 or 0. Nevertheless, calculus and linear algebra are also used to represent linear functions. The function notation is the only distinction. It is also important to understand an ordered pair expressed in function notation. When an is an independent variable on which the function depends, the expression f(a) is referred to as a function.

Given

A scatterplot has a negative, linear correlation.

Which is  negative correlation means that with the increase/decrease in one variable the other variable also decrease/increase,

in which their is inverse proportion between two variables.

so values of x increase and values of y tend to decrease.

Hence option B is best suitable answer.

Learn more about Scatterplot;

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Answer:

B

Step-by-step explanation:

as the x values increase, the y values tend to decrease

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A chef draws cookies randomly from a box containing 6 cookies of the same shape and size. There is 1 chocolate chip cookie, 3 almond, and 2 butter cookies. He draws 1 cookie and then draws another cookie without replacing the first one. Find the probability of picking one almond cookie followed by another almond cookie and show the equation used.

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Probability of picking two almond cookies = 1 / 5

Calculation of Probability

Probability Formula = Favourable outcomes / Total outcomes

Total outcomes, given = 6 cookies

Pr (first almond cookie) = 3 / 6

Pr (second almond cookie), without replacement = 2 / 5

So, Prob (Two almond cookies) = ( 3 / 6 ) x ( 2 / 5 )

6 / 30 = 1 / 5

To learn more about Probability, refer brainly.com/question/9222285?referrer=searchResults

6 total cookies.....1 choc chip, 3 almond, 2 butter

probability of picking 1 almond on first pick : 3/6 or 1/2
without replacement
probability of drawing another almond : 2/5

Probability of drawing 1 almond followed by another (without replacement ) is:
3/6 * 2/5 = 6/30 = 1/5
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