MATHEMATICS COLLEGE

for 35 hours of work , you are paid 260.75 how much would you receive for 39 hours . round to nearest cent

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Answer 1
Answer: I am pretty sure the answer is 290.55
Answer 2
Answer: The way you would set this up is as follows:



That's when you solve for x. 
Cross multiply 260.75 * 39, and you get 10,169.25
Now divide that by 35, and you get your answer, which is $290.55

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What is 4.45 repeating as a decimal?

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It already is a decimal:)
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$149 guitar; 29% discount​

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Divide number of guitars by 100% and multiply into discount given



149/100 x 29

1.49 x 29

43.21



$43.21 had been removed

Therefore $105.79 is the guitar cost after discount



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HIGH SCHOOL

Factorize 9/16 x2 + xy + 4/9 y2

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

A paper company produces 3,320 notebooks in 4 days. How many notebooks can it produce in 12 days? A.
9,906
B.
1,992
C.
9,960
D.
3,139

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Answer:

C. 9960

Step-by-step explanation:


The answer is C. 9,960
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Write the value of the digit 8 in 803,004,913,256

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The value of the 8 in 803,004,913,256 is 8 billion. hope this helps

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2000 tennis balls are divided into packs of 3 how many tennis balls are needed to make another full pack

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Answer:

666

Step-by-step explanation:

2000 divided by 3 is 666 thats the amout need for each pack therefor 666 is need for another pack

Answer:

666 More tennis balls to make another full pack.

Step-by-step explanation:

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Water weighs about 8.34 pounds per gallon about how many ounces per gallon is the weight of the water ?

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Note that 1 pound is equivalent to 16 ounces, while 1 ounce is equivalent to 0.0625 pounds.

Since the problem tackles converting pounds into ounces, we need to multiply the number of pounds to the number of ounces a pound is equivalent to, to get the total number of ounces.

Thus;  8.34 pounds * 16 ounces = 133.44 ounces. of water per gallon.

To check:

We can convert ounces back to pounds. Remember, 1 ounce is equal to 0.0625 pounds.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

4x+(x-y/8)=17 and 2y+x-(5y+2/4)=2 by using elimination method

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Answer:

x=811/238, y=36/119. (811/238, 36/119).

Step-by-step explanation:

4x+(x-y/8)=17

2y+x-(5y+2/4)=2

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4x+x-y/8=17

5x-y/8=17

40x-y=136

y=40x-136

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2y+x-5y-2/4=2

2y-5y+x-1/2=2

-3y+x=2+1/2

-3y+x=4/2+1/2

-3y+x=5/2

-3(40x-136)+x=5/2

-120x+408+x=5/2

-119x=5/2-408

-119x=5/2-816/2

-119x=-811/2

119x=811/2

x=(811/2)/119

x=(811/2)(1/119)=811/238

y=40(811/238)-136

y=16220/119-136

y=36/119

x=811/238, y=36/119.

HIGH SCHOOL

Which statement is true about the graphs of the two lines y = –6 and x = 1/6 ? A. The lines are perpendicular to each other because the graph of y = –6 is a horizontal line with a slope that is undefined, and the graph of x = is a vertical line with a slope of 0.
B. The lines are perpendicular to each other because the graph of y = –6 is a vertical line with a slope that is undefined, and the graph of x = is a horizontal line with a slope of 0.
C. The lines are perpendicular to each other because the graph of y = –6 is a vertical line with a slope of 0, and the graph of x = is a horizontal line with a slope that is undefined.
D. The lines are perpendicular to each other because the graph of y = –6 is a horizontal line with a slope of 0, and the graph of x = is a vertical line with a slope that is undefined.

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Right answer: D

1. Lines with the form y=c, where c is a constant, like y=2, y=-3, y=21,7 ... etc are all lines parallel to the x-axis, so they are horizontal lines.

Horizontal lines have 0 inclination, so slope=0

2. Lines of the form x=c, where c is a constant, like x=5,4  , x= 7 etc are lines parallel to the y-axis, so they are vertical lines.

Vertical lines are lines with undefined slope

Answer:

d :)

Step-by-step explanation:

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