41 Answered Questions for the topic Arithmetic Problems
how to do problem like the following super fast? 99+98+97+96...+2+1/99!
It takes 12 days for 6 people t o make 288 chairs, how many days does it take for 4 people to make 108 chairs
Nora can stitch 5 quilts in 3 days and Mary can stitch 3 quilts in 2 days. How many days does it take for them to make 20 quilts together?
There are 30 boys and 18 girls in a group. One half of the boys and 1/3 of the girls are wearing sweaters. How many children are NOT wearing sweaters?
If you can buy 4 dozen lollipops for 7.60 how much will 9 dozen lollipops cost ?
Arithmetic problem please help
could really use some help I'm staring to get a little freaked out.
I'm really struggling in my astronomy course and could use some help with this question
How to find a formula for the nth term?
x=(√5−√7)^2, best approximation of x? Arithmetic
Find first 3 terms of the sequence for which Sₙ=n²(n+1)²/4?
A theatre has 20 rows of seats. There are 15 seats in the first row, 17 seats in the second row, and each successive row of seats has two more seats in it than
The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are 7, 9.5 , 12...
In an arithmetic sequence, the first term is 5 and the fourth term is 40. Find the second term.
In an Arithmetic sequence , a12= -7 and a25 = 6. what number corresponds to the 4th term?
A supermarket gives a 10% discount on the marked prices of all item during a sale. Find the amount of discount given if the marked price is $45
after a 6% increase, Don's salary was $12,084. what was his salary before the increase?
the population of Midville has increased by 3% per year for the last two years
which is closet to the square root of 3 times the square root of 8?
what is the minimum amount of fabric Toni must buy to make 2
A model builder wants to design a scale model of a 51
the original price for a shirt at Target was $24 and later that week it was discounted to $8. what was the percent
write as a percent. At the start of the semester, 21 students enrolled in Math 95. Since the last test, two more students dropped the class
in September, your grocery bill was $82.50 and the next month it was $ 97.20 for the same exact items