97 Answered Questions for the topic Arithmetic

Arithmetic Math Geometry Functions


Without calculating, determine the following...

You are given two sequences tn = 4 + (n –1)7 and pn = 4(2)n –1. Without calculating, which term is bigger t534 or p534? Why?Please answer in an organized and neat/easy to read format. And please... more
Arithmetic Math Calculus Geometry



Find the two geometric means between √3 and 3.


Mixture replacement math help.

A container contains 64 liters of pure milk. A replacement process takes place three times. A person takes out 16 liters of milk from the container and replaces it with 16 liters of water. Then 16... more


Find S18 if a= 234 and a25= -30


Find the sum of the arithmetic series 4+7+10+13+...+(3n+1)


Find S11 for the arithmetic series -9,-1,7,15...

Arithmetic Math Trigonometry Maths


I need help on these two trigonometry questions

Use the given information to find the values of the other five trig functionsTan theta = -8/15, pi < theta < 2piSin thetaCis thetaSec theta Csc theta Cot thetaCsc theta=4 , pi/2 < theta... more
Arithmetic Math


Need help with problem

I need help with a maths problem I'm doing during homeschooling. If you could give me a hint as to how to work it out without giving the answer, that would be fantastic. Thank you.Sam has two... more


Need an answer for this question.

Sam can run 2 miles in 2/3 of an hour. How far can he run in 3/4 of an hour?
Arithmetic Math Mathematics


Arithmetic help (show steps).

What is the no. of people among whom 125 bananas and 145 orange can be equally distributed? What is H.C.F? Show any example how to calculate it. The difference of the numerator and the... more
Arithmetic Algebra 2 Sequences


Arithmetic Sequences

If the third term of an arithmentic sequence is 1 and the eighth term is -14, what is the twelfth term?
Arithmetic Math Accounting


Arithmetic/Accounting balancing $ 100 spent-retained.

A person has 100 $.The person spends 40 $ and retains 60 $.The person spends 30 $ and retains 30 $.The person spends 18 $ and retains 12 $.The person spends 12 $ and retains 0 $.Total spent =... more


Find the missing number 50,51,77.5,156,391,____

Arithmetic Algebra 1


Not sure how to do this one.

what is the first term of a 10-term arithmetic series with t2=10 and S=120? Leave your answer in exact form
Arithmetic Algebra 2


The nth term of an arithmetic sequence to find the indicated term

Find a100 when a1 =_50, d=5
Arithmetic Prealgebra


Write down a number which is 3.6 less than -4.7??

Arithmetic Elementary Math


The first term of an arithmetic progress is -10 and the last term is 35. if the common difference is 3, find the number of the terms in the sequence

The first term of an arithmetic progress is -10 and the last term is 35. if the common difference is 3, find the number of the terms in the sequence. (B) calculate the sum of all the terms


Aunt and Uncle's fuel oil tank dip stick problem?

This problem first came to me in high school, and a couple times since, and I even assigned it for extra credit in one of my calculus classes after I became a teacher. So I know the solution. What... more
Arithmetic Algebra 2


Find the third term in the expansion of (n-2y)^6

Arithmetic Prealgebra


The tire of a car traveling

The tire of a car traveling at a speed of 60 miles per hour rotates 269 times in 20 seconds. If the car continues to travel at the same speed, which of the following is the number of times in 20... more
Arithmetic Algebra 1


Need answer and how to solve

Boy jogged 4/5 km, girl jogged 1/2 km more than boy, what the distance boy jogged?


Why do we multiply (1-x) by both sides first in the equation 34500 / (1-x) = 47920?

Simple question to a problem I seemingly can't find the answer to. In the equation: 34500 / (1-x) = 47920?Why is it that we multiply both sides by (1-x) first and not divide both sides by 34500? I... more

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