Two friends were going to visit colleges in Washington state. Carol drove 350 miles to visit Washington state university. Amy drove 15 miles further than 1/3 the distance Carol drove to...

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Two friends were going to visit colleges in Washington state. Carol drove 350 miles to visit Washington state university. Amy drove 15 miles further than 1/3 the distance Carol drove to...

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A math textbook sold for a math class was on sale for $210. This was 15% off the original price. What was the original price? Round your answer to the nearest cent

determine the length and width of a rectangle with a perimeter of 28 feet and an area of 48 square feet

club sold roses and chocolate hearts for valentines day.roses sold for $5 & the hearts for $3. The number of bouquets sold was 15 more than the number hearts sold. If the club collected a total...

Answer choices : O(-4,-2) P(-3,4) Q(-5,-1) S(6,2)

If I buy $10.00 Worth of apples their .26 cents each how many will I get?

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Two friends were going to visit colleges in Washington state. Carol drove 350 miles to visit Washington state university. Amy drove 15 miles further than 1/3 the distance Carol...

It needs to be in kilometers.

I have a population of 100 people, every week this population grows by an additional 100 people. If on average a person purchases a coke every 3 months how many would buy a coke in any given weeks...

The length and width of a rectangle whose length is 14 centimeters more than its width

If the slope is -4/5 it means (Δy/Δx) = -4/5 = (y-(-7))/(3-8) solving this algebraic equation yields y = -3.

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Given: angle 1 is congruent to angle 2 Prove: angle 4 is congruent to angle 3

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Issaac has $5 gift card for cold stone. He wants to buy two containers of ice cream. If his dad has to give him an extra $8.50 to cover the cost, how much does each container cost? ($6.75)

A total of $11,000 was invested. Part of the $11,000 was invested at 4% and the rest was invested at 7%. If the investments earn $680 per year, how much was invested at each rate