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# Tricky Word Problem

This word problem has me stumped..  I would really lovesome step by step help, thanks!   When a number, half of a number, and a third of a number are added together, the sum is 385...

# Algebra Word Problem

Aaron and Henry had 52 grapes together. If Aaron ate 11 grapes and gave 5 to Henry, he would have 19 fewer grapes than Henry. How many grapes did Aaron have in the beginning?

# word problems and turning them into algebraic equation to slove

Show algebraically why the following Number Trick always works? Choose any number; add 5; double the result; subtract 4;divide by 2;subtract the original number. the result is always 3.

# monopolistic firm involving income effect and substitution effect

Given the demand function of a monopolist operating two plants is equal to Q=400-4p and cost functions for plant A is equal to C=20Q and plant B is equal to C=0.5Q² Assuming the monopolist...

# If 48 marbles are to be divided between bill and carl in the ratio 3:5 how man y marbles will bill get?

Ratio word problems and proportions dealing with word problems.

# MATH WORD PROBLEMS

J&T TILING COMPANY ONLY TILE SQUARE AREAS AND USE ONLY SQUARE TILES. THEY ALSO ONLY USE ONE PATTERN. ANN PLACES   THE CENTER  WITH WHITE TILES. BEN COMES ALONG AND BOARDERS THE...

# How long did James travel before Julio caught up with him?

James left the hardware store and traveled toward the capital at an average speed of 28 km/h.  Some time later Julio left traveling in the same direction but at an average speed of 35 km/h.  After...

# Find how many of each coin is there

kevin and randy have a jar containing 57 coins all of which are either quarters or nickels the total value of the coins is \$8.85 how many of each type of coin is there please help

# Please solve this Word Problems.

1. Shipping charges are often based on a formula that offers a lower charge per pound as the size of the shipment is increased. Suppose shipping charges are as follows: \$2.20 per pound if the weight...

# 8 inches of heavy wet snow are equivalent to 4 inches of rain, estimate the water content 13 inches of heavy wet snow

eight inches of heavy wet snow are equivalent to four inches of rain, estimate the water content 13 inches of heavy wet snow.   ?   The water content in 13 inches of snow is___  ...

# After Jack added 15.2 gallons of water to a half-full bucket of water, the total volume of water in the bucket was 3734 gallons.

After Jack added 15.2 gallons of water to a half-full bucket of water, the total volume of water in the bucket was 3734 gallons.

# word problems

Sweet Candies, Inc has determine that when "x "candies are made daily, the average cost per candy is given by the formula C(x)=0.001x^2-0.14x+12.20 (a) What is the average cost...

# Chad sold 523 CD's last month. He sold 163 more CD's this month than last month > How many CD's did Chad sell in all?

It's a word problem

# Equations in graphing?

Given the graph of an equations, where would you look on the graph to find the solutions to the equation that goes with the graph?   This word problem was on my test and I got it wrong,...

# Two trains leaving the station at different times...

Two trains are driving toward one another. The first train leaves Town A at 5am traveling at 60 miles per hour. The second train leaves Town B at 7am traveling at 70 miles per hour. the distance between...

# Suppose you were given \$1000 from your uncle. You deposited that money in a bank and added \$70 per month..

Suppose you were given \$1000 from your uncle. You deposited that money in a bank and added \$70 per month. Write an equation to model how much money you have deposited after months. Let S be the...

# In 1994, the moose population in a park was measured to be 3340..

In 1994, the moose population in a park was measured to be 3340. By 1996, the population was measured again to be 3200. If the population continues to change linearly: Find a formula for the moose...

# what is 14 1/2 feet minus 13.71 feet?

JOHN NEEDED 13.71 FEET OF WIRE TO FIX A LAMP. HE BOUGHT 14 AND A HALF FEET OF WIRE. HOW MUCH WIRE DID HE HAVE LEFT AFTER FIXING THE LAMP?

# Find 4 consectutive even integers where the product of the two smaller numbers is 72 less than the product of the two larger numbers.

Find 4 consecutive even integers where the product of the two smaller numbers is 72 less than the product of the two larger numbers. I'm never able to understand word problems...

# Jamie earned 15 more points on her test than Paul earned. Their points added up to 143. How many points did each student earn?

The question is self explanatory....HELP ME!!!!!