The lockers at Lakendra's school are numbered from 1 to 1000. Lackendra did a math experiment at her school. All of the lockers were closed. She opened every second locker. Next, starting over, she...
The lockers at Lakendra's school are numbered from 1 to 1000. Lackendra did a math experiment at her school. All of the lockers were closed. She opened every second locker. Next, starting over, she...
#1 Find three consecutive even integers such that five times the samllest is four times the largest. #2 A cashier always starts the day with $60 in pennies, nickels, dimes,...
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An Actor invests some money at 5% and $47000 more than four times the amount at 6%. the total annual interest earned from the investment in $41970. how much did he invest at each amount? use the six-step...
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One typist can type 100 labels in 1 hour. another typist can type 100labels in 1 hour and 15 minutes.How long for both to type 450 labels together.
answers are: a) $2,931.45 b) $2,924.65 c) $41,600.00 d) $40,000.00
Time(seconds) .75 | 1.5 | 2 | 2.25 | 2.75 | 3.5 Height(feet) 108 | 119...
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1) The product of two consecutive even integers is 48. Find the two integers. 2) The product of two consecutive even integers is 22 less than 11 times their sum. Find the two integers...
In a psychological study it was found that the number of nonsense words a college student can remember varies inversely with the time that has elapsed before the student is asked to recall the nonsense...
Danielle is playing the newest app on her phone, Algebra City Defense. Earlier in the game, you and Danielle helped the Mathonauts defend the city against a giant, three-headed monster. After defeating...