You are a shopkeeper, a man comes in and steals $50 without your attention. The man then comes back and buys $40 worth of merchandise, and gets $10 in change. How much did you lose?
You are a shopkeeper, a man comes in and steals $50 without your attention. The man then comes back and buys $40 worth of merchandise, and gets $10 in change. How much did you lose?
Using arc length formula (s=r*Θ), it is to my understanding the problem would become [s=1260*(π/6)] with 1260 as the radius and (π/6) as the central angle/theta. Simplified out this should come...
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How do you know if you need to ungroup a ten for ones when subtracting? My son came home from school and did all of his math homework except for the stretch your thinking part...I don't know...
I really don't understand the distributive property of multiplication and addition. We are learning about it in school (grade 7) but I just don't understand how it works or how to use it properly...
there are 3 types of juice in the refrigerator: apple, orange, and grape. There are 4 bottles of each type of juice. Ivy is going to choose 3 bottles of juice at random. Part...
Hi. I have a hard time with Algebra 1/Algebra 2 Factorization Problems. Can someone explain them in-depth and offer some examples? Clarify the mystery for me. Thanks!
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Four friends get together. One tells the truth all the time. One lies all the time. One tells the truth on odd-numbered days and lies on even-numbered days. One tells the truth on even-numbered...