A tip jar contains x one-dollar bills and y five-dollar bills. There are 42 bills in the jar, and the total value is $90.00. how many one-dollar bills and how many five-dollar bills are in the tip...

A tip jar contains x one-dollar bills and y five-dollar bills. There are 42 bills in the jar, and the total value is $90.00. how many one-dollar bills and how many five-dollar bills are in the tip...

One athlete can run a 60 meter race 7 meters per second. A second athlete can run the 60 meter race at 6 meters per second. Graph both lines. About how many seconds faster is Athlete 1 than Athlete...

Solve question for variable V

Each box of tennis balls contains 3 tennis balls, while each box of baseballs only contains 2 baseballs. A sporting-goods store sold 26 boxes of tennis balls and baseballs. If a total of 70 balls...

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Write the probability as a percent. Round to the nearest tenth of a percent if necessary.

Find the probability of choosing a vowel and then not a vowel. There is 1 letter for each card.explain how you got the answer please?

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A group of friends are sharing candy in a movie theatre. Ben ate half of the jelly beans in the box and passed it to Clarissa. Clarissa ate one third of the remaining jelly beans, then passed the...

7+(4+4)=(7+4)+4

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8+5.3=5.3+8

For the given function, find the following function values. f(3),f(22) f(x)=3√x+5

Rafael's Coffee Shop makes a blend that is a mixture of two types of coffee. Type A coffee costs Rafael $4.20 per pound, and type B coffee costs $5.70 per pound. This month, Rafael...

Peggy is selling brownies and cookies to raise money. She sold brownies for $3 and cookies for $2.50. If she sold 3 fewer cookies than brownies and collected $218 in all, then how many brownies did...

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A fund manager has $9,600,000 in an investment fund, and he expects annual returns of 10%. If he consistently achieves his target returns, then how much money will be in the fund in 20 years?

Look at the inequality below. Without solving it, explain which numbers from the given replacement set are reasonable solutions.

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