on monday there were thrice as many peanuts in sack X as sack Y. On tuesday 3952 peanuts in sack X were sold. now there were thrice as many peanuts in Sack Y as sack X. How many peanuts were there...
on monday there were thrice as many peanuts in sack X as sack Y. On tuesday 3952 peanuts in sack X were sold. now there were thrice as many peanuts in Sack Y as sack X. How many peanuts were there...
There are three drawers in the office file cabinet. The number of files in the second drawer equals the sum of the number of the fils in the second drawer and bottom drawers combined. Donna takes...
10. You have 1 billion $1 bills. For the next three questions you need an estimate of the thickness of a dollar bill. thickness= 0.0043 in 11. If you stacked them tightly how many miles...
A theater is presenting a program on drinking and driving for students and their parents or other responsible adults. The proceeds will be donated to a local alcohol information center. Admission...
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A rectangle's width is one-third its length, and is perimeter is 56 feet. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. Write a mathematical translation of the situation and then saw for the dimensions
Two angles are supplementary if their sum is 180 the larger angle measure four degrees more than three times the measure of a smaller angle if x represents the measure of the smaller angle and these...
Write an addition problem that has a sum of -4 3/6 and a. Both addends (p- value and q- value) have the same sign.
If a hammer and nail cost $1.10 how much does the nail cost if the hammer costs a $1 more then the nail?
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when six times a number is decreased by 2 the result is 22.what is the number?
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The sum of two whole numbers in 19. The product of the numbers is 84. What are the two numbers?
I'm only 11 and I had a hard time answering this question. Because I wasn't able to finish the whole word problem, here it is again. Students are selling tickets to a school fundraiser. Tickets...
I'm having a hard time figuring what formula to use to even begin to answer this problem. If someone can help me out that would be appreciated thank you.
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a pilot and copilot are to be chosen from a group of five Pilots. how mant different crews are possible