what is the event below (answer)
It would help for me to see what problem has that phrase in it. I would assume that below/under that sentence there is a story or a picture of an event that you have to look at.
It would help for me to see what problem has that phrase in it. I would assume that below/under that sentence there is a story or a picture of an event that you have to look at.
Hint: Think of how many hours in 1 minute and then multiply by m. The number of hours in 1 minute will be be a fraction. What fraction of an hour is 1 minute? (then multiply by m)
For the instruction to "solve" the equation, did they specify "solve for p" or "solve for c" ? If so, then that means to first put it in slope-intercept form by using algebra to get the p or the c by itself on the left side of the ">" sign.
Change the appearance of it first by multiplying each and every term on both sides of the "=" by x.