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08/29/18

In ____ months the total cost of each health club will be the same

You are choosing between two health clubs. Club A offers membership for a fee of $ 19 plus a monthly fee of $ 19. Club B offers membership for a fee of $ 11 plus a monthly fee of $ 23. After how... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/29/18

Word Problem

Laura borrowed a total of $20,000 from two different banks to start a business. One bank charged the equivalent of 6% simple interest, and the other charged 7.5% interest. If the total interest... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/28/18

How many coins of each kind does she have

Rita has a collection of 123 coins consisting of nickels, dimes, and quarters. The number of dimes is 7 more than one-third the number of nickels, and the number of quarters is twice the number of... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/28/18

I have angle b its 40 but i don't remember how to set the equation up

For a given triangle, the measure of angle A is 10° less than three times the measure of angle B. The measure of angle C is one-fifth the sum of the measures of angles A and B. Knowing that the sum... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/28/18

Im stuck can you help

The length of a rectangle is 5 centimeters more than its width. If the width is increased by 3 centimeters and the length is increased by 5 centimeters, a new rectangle is formed that has an area... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/28/18

Find the angles. I cant figure it out

For a given triangle, the measure of angle A is 10° less than three times the measure of angle B. The measure of angle C is one-fifth the sum of the measures of angles A and B. Knowing that the sum... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/28/18

In a class of 50 students, the number of males is 7 less than twice the number of females. How many females and how many males are there in the class?

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College Algebra Word Problem Chemistry

08/27/18

How many liters of a 70% acid solution must be added to 12 liters of a 20% acid solution to produce a 40% acid solution?

 My online textbook is not working and I can't figure this out.
College Algebra Word Problem Chemistry

08/27/18

One solution contains 40% alcohol and another solution contains 70% alcohol. How many liters of each solution should be mixed to make 13.5 liters of a 50% alcoh

I can't figure out these problems and my online textbook is not working.
College Algebra Word Problem

08/26/18

the length of a rectangle is 6 inches longer than a number. the width is 4 inches less than the same number . the height is 2in, if the volume of the rectangle

the length of a rectangle is 6 inches longer than a number. the width is 4 inches less than the same number . the height is 2in, if the volume of the rectangle is 832 inches cubed. find the... more
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08/22/18

math word problem

define variables, write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process. Let C(x)=500+40x be the cost to manufacture x items. Find the average cost per item to produce 70 items.
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08/22/18

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write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process. An economist predicts that the buying power B(x) of a dollar x years from now will be given by the formula B(x) = 0.99x. How... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/19/18

How many bags of gummy worms did he buy?

Mr. Coulson bought sour gummy worms, skittles, and mound bars for the winner of his jeapardy games. He remembers buying 12 pieces of candy total and spending $10. If he bought four times as many... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/16/18

How much did mr. Coulson invest in each account?

Mr. Coupon has $5000 to invest. He splits the money into an ira and 403b, which have a return of 3% and 6% respectively. If he earns $240 total after one year, how much did mr. Coupon invest into... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/16/18

How many cups of lemonade would Thomas have to sell to break even?

Thomas spent his 3 days weekend selling lemonade on the streets. He spent $30 on signs , a chair, and a table for his stand. If He sold each cup of lemonade for 25 cents, but it cost nine cents... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/16/18

How much does each item cost?

Mrs. Hopkin, Mrs. Robson, and Ms. Hollister are going to a cardinals game. For their three tickets, nine hot dogs, and none sodas, they paid a total of $177. If a hotdog and soda cost $13, and a... more
College Algebra Word Problem

08/16/18

How much does a ticket cost?

Mr. Monster and mr. Coulson decide to go see MacGruber. Together they paid $26 for 2 tickets and 2 sodas. How much does a ticket cost?

08/14/18

Math Equations Math Problem Math Help

define variables, write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process. Suppose the sales of a particular brand of appliance satisfy the relationship , S(x)=200x+5100, where S(x)... more
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08/14/18

College Algebra Word Problem

 define variables, write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process.The mathematical model C=200x+50,000 represents the cost in dollars a company has in manufacturing x items... more
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08/14/18

College Algebra Word Problem

 write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process.An economist predicts that the buying power B(x) of a dollar x years from now will be given by the formula B(x) = 0.99x. How... more
College Algebra Word Problem College Algebra Math Equations

08/14/18

Math question

define variables, write an equation, and then use the equation in the solving process. A lot is in the shape of a right triangle. The shorter leg measures 180 meters. The hypotenuse is 60 meters... more
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