The coffee shop charges $8.00 per pound of kenyan french roast and $12.00 per pound for sumatran coffee. How much of each type should be used to make a 24 pound blend that sells for $10.00 per pound...
The coffee shop charges $8.00 per pound of kenyan french roast and $12.00 per pound for sumatran coffee. How much of each type should be used to make a 24 pound blend that sells for $10.00 per pound...
This is an algebra 2 question.
Algebra 2 question.
Algebra 2
Algebra 2
Algebra 2 problem.
An object is traveling on a circle with a radius of 2 meters. If in 20 seconds the object travels 5 meters...what is the angular velocity
type a coffee costs $5.40 per pound, and type b coffee costs $4.30 per pound. In a month it made121 pounds of the blend, for a total cost of $578.60. how many pounds of type b coffee did he use...
Three out of every 5 players on a 20 person basketball team can slam dunk. How many players can slam dunk?
Mrs. Owens paid $385.56 for a dishwasher after receiving a 15% discount off the list price and paying an 8% sales tax. What was the list price of the dishwasher?
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a family is taking a trip and is driving at an average rate of 60 miles/hour; on the way home they are traveling 40miles/hour; the trip home is taking 1 hour longer then the trip there...
How do you change 78° 15' 50" to a number of degrees to the nearest thousandth?
I need help figuring out this problem. is it an equation or is it not an equation ? how do you solve this ? please help me
(2k3-24k2 79k-56)/ (k-7)
other hose needs 3 more hours to fill the pool than the two hoses combined. How long to fill it with both
Management projects that the profit per subscriber would increase by 1¢ for each additional subscriber over the current 3,000. How many subscribers are needed to bring a total profit of $109,725?...
a bus driver decreases the time on a 20-kilometer trip by 5 minutes. Find the usual speed.
per second is given by the formula h = −16t2 + 136t, where h is the height in feet and t is the time in seconds. Find the time required for the object to return to its point of departure.