Scientific studies suggest that some animals regulate their intake of different types of food available in the environment to achieve a balance between the proportion, and ultimately the total...

Scientific studies suggest that some animals regulate their intake of different types of food available in the environment to achieve a balance between the proportion, and ultimately the total...

When solving real world problems: 1. Read the question carefully. Identify the information you are given Determine what you are asked to find quantities. 2. Define any variables to represent unknown...

This year Larry's salary was $2000 more than last year, and he saved $3300

The amount of the tip was $6. Carla's lunch cost $15. Find x which is the cost of rob's lunch

Bob the trainer has two solo workout plans that he offers his clients: Plan A and Plan B. Each client does either one or the other (not both). On Monday there were 2 clients who did Plan...

Finding ordered pairs and graphing through equations.

I honestly can not figure this out. I can't find the number.

This is about linear equations. There has to be two equations. You can use substitution, elimination, or graph to figure out the answer.

Solve (x - 4) = (x + 6) 7 6

I am not good in Algebra, I have failed one class already, I don't want to fail again.I have a linear equation question that I don't know how to set up it is different from anything I have worked...

My teacher says I need to do: _______=_____ ...

How do i set up this question?

what is the rate for hourly and overtime I don't know how to set up this question.

linear equations

i dont know how to solve questions like these with decimals

Solving for y

write a linear equation given the following data: a) m=3/2 b=4 b) (3, -4) (0,4) c) m=2 (-2.5, 4) Any and all help would be greatly appreciated. :)

How do you solve this?

should i convert it to slope-int form first or expand it?? I'm not sure how to solve this

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