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At Dorothy's Hair Salon, 4 gallons of shampoo will last 3 weeks. She has 7 gallons of shampoo. How much more must she order if she wants to have enough for 12 weeks?I will give brainliest
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Which points are located in Quadrant l? Check all that apply. (0, 0) (1, 1) (7, 3) (5, 0) (8, 0) (1, 10)
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Using the given statements, determine the truth-value of the following statement.p: |-8| - |3| = 5q: 0 is the additive identityIs p ∧ q true or false?
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Each student needs 4 stencils and 6 colored pencils for a project. If a class uses 27 colored pencils for the project, how many stencils do they used? Use a ratio table to solve this problem. _______ stencils
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Apples sell for $1.90 per pound and bananas sell for $0.75 per pound. Troy bought some apples and some bananas. Together they weighed 3.8 pounds and cost $5.84. How many pounds of apples and how many pounds of bananas did Troy buy?1.9 pounds of apples; 1.9 pounds of bananas1.2 pounds of apples; 2.6 pound of bananas1.5 pounds of apples; 2.3 pounds of bananas2.6 pounds of apples; 1.2 pounds of bananasRaisins sell for $3.50 per pound and granola sells for $5.90 per pound. Terri bought some raisins and some granola. The total weight was 2.1 pounds and the cost was $8.79.How many pounds of raisins and how many pounds of granola did Terri buy?0.6 pounds of raisins; 1.5 pounds of granola1 pound of raisins; 1.1 pounds of granola1.5 pounds of raisins; 0.6 pounds of granola1.1 pounds of raisins; 1 pound of granolaQUESTION 3Almonds sell for $4.50 per pound and green beans for $3.75 per pound. Paul bought some almonds and some green beans. The total weight was 3.5 pounds and the cost was $9.75.Let p represent the number of pounds of almonds.Which equation represents the situation described?3.75p + 9.75(3.5 – p) = 4.53.75p + 4.5(p – 3.5) = 9.754.5p + 3.75(3.5 – p) = 9.754.5p + 3.75(p – 3.5) = 9.75QUESTION 4Alex works as an office clerk and his office job pays him $11 per hour. Monica works as a cashier and her job pays her $12.75 per hour. Together, they worked 45 hours and earned a total of $530.How many hours did Monica work in her job?30202535Soren has two jobs. During the day, he works as an office clerk. In the evening, he works as a cashier. His office job pays him $11 per hour. His cashier job pays him $8.75 per hour. In one week, Soren worked 46 hours. He earned a total of $470.Let c represent the number of hours that Soren works as an office clerk. Which equation can be used to find how many hours Soren worked in both jobs?8.75c + 11(46 – c) = 47011c + 8.75(470 – c) = 4611c + 8.75(46 – c) = 47011c + 8.75(c – 46) = 470I will give hundred points to the one who answers it. n will give brainiest answer and full rating thanks
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6 months ago
Curtis lives in New Hampshire and makes $52,000 a year. If the median annual income in New Hampshire is $63,731 and the median annual income in the United States as a whole is $50,233, is Curtis likely to qualify for Chapter 7 bankruptcy? A.Yes, Curtis is likely to qualify, since his yearly income is below the median annual income of New Hampshire. B.No, Curtis is not likely to qualify, since his yearly income is above the median annual income of the United States as a whole. C.Yes, Curtis is likely to qualify, since his yearly income is above the median annual income of the United States as a whole. D.No, Curtis is not likely to qualify, since his yearly income is below the median annual income of New Hampshire.
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A company that offers tubing trips down a river rents tubes for a person to use and “cooler” tubes to carry food and water. A group spends $270 to rent a total of 15 tubes. Write a system of linear equations that represents this situation. Use x to represent the number of one-person tubes rented and y to represent the number of cooler tubes rented. a one person tube costs $20 and a cooler tube costs $12.50 How many of each type of tube does the group rent? what are the two system of equations?
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Bhavik bought 3 liters of milk and 5 loaves of bread for a total of $11. A month later he bought 4 liters of milk and 4 loaves of bread at the same price for a total of $10. How much does a liter of milk cost and how much does a loaf of bread cost?
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6 months ago
Dreya is saving money to purchase a $900 computer, and she saves $10 the first week. Each week after that, she saves $3 more than the previous week, except in the last week, when she reaches $900. To have a final sum of exactly $900, how much money does Dreya need to save in her final week of saving?
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a recipe uses 3 cups of flour and 2 cups of sugar. imagine the recipe is doubled and that 4 cups of sugar are used. use the unit rate in part A (1.5) to find how much flour is needed if the recipe is made with 4 cups of sugar
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In which situation is the distance traveled proportional to time? CLEAR CHECK A car moving in stop-and-go traffic A person biking on a trail at 12 miles per hour for 20 minutes A baseball hit to center field A race car slowing down after crossing the finish line
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Find the measures of two angles, one positive and one negative, that are coterminal with pi divided by four. HELP PLZZZZZ
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State the horizontal asymptote of the rational function.f(x) = quantity x squared plus six x minus eight divided by quantity x minus eight
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g(x)= 4−3x 8 g, left parenthesis, x, right parenthesis, equals, start fraction, 8, divided by, 4, minus, 3, x, end fraction h(y)=\dfrac{2y-9}{5}h(y)= 5 2y−9 h, left parenthesis, y, right parenthesis, equals, start fraction, 2, y, minus, 9, divided by, 5, end fraction (h\circ g) (4)=(h∘g)(4)=left parenthesis, h, circle, g, right parenthesis, left parenthesis, 4, right parenthesis, equals
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According to government data, the probability that an adult was never in a museum is 15%. in a random survey of 10 adults, what is the probability that two or fewer were never in a museum? round to the nearest thousandth.
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A storage tank at stp contains 15.0 kg of nitrogen (n2). (a) what is the volume of the tank?
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6 months ago
Donations to an annual fundraiser are 15% greater than last year. Last year, donations were greater 10% than the year before. The amount raised this year is $10,120. How much were raised 2 years ago?
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i am desperate for help... Drag and drop each expression to correctly classify it as having a positive or negative product.( Just put them into lists of "Positive product" and "Negative product" please :P )(-1/3) (1/3)(-1/3) (-1/3)(1/3) (-1/3)(1/3) (1/3)
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6 months ago
A recent trend in advertising is viral marketing. The goal is to convince viewers to share and amusing advertisement by email or social networking. Imagine that the video is sent to 100 people on day 1. Each person agrees to send it to 5 people the next day then those people agree to send it to 5 more people the next day. The number of viewers v(n) is an exponential function of the number of n days since the video was shown
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Suppose we have two weighted coins, one of which comes up heads with probability 0.2, and the other of which comes up heads with probability 0.6. unfortunately, the coins are otherwise identical, and we have lost track of which is which. suppose we flip a randomly chosen coin 12 times and let n be the random variable giving the number of heads seen. if in the first 3 flips we see 2 heads, what is the conditional expected number of heads in the 12 flips?
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