MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Divide 8/12 to find equivalent fraction?

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Answer 1
Answer: The question is asking to state the equivalent fraction of the said fraction, base on my research, and in my further computation, I would say that the correct answer would be 2/3. I hope you are satisfied with my answer and feel free to ask for more if you have questions 
Answer 2
Answer: If you divide 8 by 4, it comes to 2
If you divide 12 by 2, it comes to 3
That fraction is 2/3

The Fraction 10/15 is equal to 2/3 because...

If you divide 10 by 5, it comes to 2
If you divide 15 by 5, it comes to 3

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Oscar took $50 from his office’s petty cash fund to buy supplies. He spent $11 on notepads, $12 on labels, and $9 on envelopes. He wanted to spend the remaining money on three boxes of ballpoint pens, but he needed to allow $3 for sales tax. What’s the most that one box of pens could cost?

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The most that a box of pens could cost is $5.

Hope this helps!

Answer:

Answer: The boxes of pens must not  cost more than $5 each.

Step-by-step explanation:

$11 + $12 + $9 + 3p + $3 sales tax ≤ $50           Set up the inequality.

3p + $35 ≤ $50                                                    Combine the constants ($11 + $12 +

                                                                            $9 + $3 = $35).

3p + $35 – $35 ≤ $50 – $35                              Subtract $10 from both sides of        the inequality.

3p ≤ $15

3p⁄3 ≤ $15⁄3                                                          Divide both sides of the inequality by 3.

p ≤ $5  

HIGH SCHOOL

(Square root) 550.
In radical expression. Please explain steps! Thank you!

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HIGH SCHOOL

Determine the domain of the function. f(x)=square root of 7+x a. x ≥ 0
b. All real numbers
c. x ≥ -7
d. x > 0

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The answer would be C

When finding the domain of a square root function that contains a radical, we know that the radicand (value under the radical) must be positive.
To find the domain set the radicand > = 0 and solve.
7 + x > = 0
Subtract 7 from both sides
x > = - 7
Letter C
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Global online music sales have exploded. It was expected that music lovers would spend 2 billion for online music in 2007, in scientific notation this number is? Pls help ive been struggling on this for a while

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Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

we know that

One billion is equal to  one thousand million

1 billion is equal to 1,000,000,000

so

Multiply by 2

2 billion is equal to  2,000,000,000

Remember that

In scientific notation, a number is rewritten as a simple decimal multiplied by 10  raised to some power, n

n is simply the number of zeroes in the  full written-out form of the number  

In this problem n=9  

so

MIDDLE SCHOOL

The dry cleaning fee for 3 pairs of pants is $18. What is the constant of proportionality

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6
18 divided by 3+6
Hope this helped :)
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Christian and Domonic are shooting baskets at the basketball court in the park. They track their ratios of baskets made to baskets missed. Christian's ratio is 3:4, and Domonic's ratio is 5:2. Which statements are true based on the boys' ratios? Choose all that are correct. For every 3 baskets he misses, Christian makes 4 baskets. For every 3 baskets he makes, Christian misses 4 baskets. For every 2 baskets he misses, Domonic makes 5 baskets. For every 2 baskets he makes, Domonic misses 5 baskets. When Domonic has missed 4 baskets, he will have likely made 7 baskets. When Christian has missed 8 baskets, he will have likely made 6 baskets.

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Answer:

2. For every 3 baskets he makes, Christian misses 4 baskets.

3. For every 2 baskets he misses, Domonic makes 5 baskets.

Step-by-step explanation:

Christian 3:4 ratio

for every 3 made he misses 4

3:4 = 6:8

Dominic 5:2

for every 5 made he misses 2

5:2 = 10:4

COLLEGE

(06.02 LC) Audrey is trying to find the equation of a line parallel to y = 2 over 3 x −5 in slope-intercept form that passes through the point (−6, −1). Which of the following equations will she use? (6 points) y − (−6) = 2 over 3 (x − (−1)) y − (−1) = 2 over 3 (x − (−6)) y − (−6) = 2 over 3 (x − (−1)) y − (−1) = 2 over 3 (x − (−6)) If anybody could help me that would be awesome! This is one the last question in my exam:)

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Did u get anything? im also on this question

HIGH SCHOOL

Jayne stopped to get gas before going on a road trip. The tank already had 4 gallons of gas in it. Which best describes why the graph relating the total amount of gasoline in the tank, y, to the number of gallons that she added to it, x, will be continuous or discrete? The graph will be continuous because the amount of gas that she added to the tank does not need to be an integer amount.
The graph will be continuous because we are not told a maximum value for the amount of gas.
The graph will be discrete because there are already exactly 4 gallons of gas in the tank, so to fill it up will take a whole number of gallons of gas.
The graph will be discrete because there is an end to the amount of gas she can use, as the tank will be completely full at some point.

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Continuous data is information that can be measured on a continuum or scale. Continuous data can have almost any numeric value and can be meaningfully subdivided into finer and finer increments, depending upon the precision of the measurement system.
Continuous data need not be only integers, it consists of both integers, decimals and fractions.

Discrete data is information that is based on counts. Only a finite number of values is possible, and the values cannot be subdivided meaningfully.
Discrete data consist of only integers. It is usually used to discribe the number of items.

The amount of gasoline added into a tank need not be an integer, it can be subdivided into parts. For example, 1.5 gallons of gasoline can be added into the tank.

Thus, the amount of data added into a tank is not a dicrete data but a continuos data.

Therefore, the graph relating the total amount of gasoline in the tank, y, to the number of gallons that she added to it, x, will be continuous because the amount of gas that she added to the tank does not need to be an integer amount.

Answer:

The graph will be continuous because the amount of gas that she added to the tank does not need to be an integer amount.

Step-by-step explanation:


HIGH SCHOOL

N plus one half equals sevens four

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