101 Answered Questions for the topic College Algebra Word Problems
An advertiser goes to a printer and is charged $39 for 60 copies of one flyer and $50 for 236 copies of another flyer.
The sum of the three smallest of four consecutive odd integers is 30 greater than the largest integer. What is the largest integer?
How many pounds of walnuts at .87 per pound should be mixed with 10 lb of pecans at 1.29 per pound to give a mixture worth 1.17 per pound?
invested part of his $ 26 comma 000$26,000 advance at 8 %8% annual simple interest and the rest at 9 %9% annual simple interest. If his total yearly interest
Let f(x)=x^2-x+2 and g(x)=3x-4 find g(6) and f(g(6))
Algebraic word problem dealing with interest
Farmer Ed has 4500meters of fencing, and wants to enclose a rectangular plot that borders on a river.
How much heavy cream and low-fat milk should you combine in order to obtain 2 cups of half and half?
solving linear equations and inequalities
i have this for a project but i dont know how to solve it
ken purchased 40 tickets to a concert. adult tickets cost $12 and childrens tickets cost $8. if the total cost is $368, how many adult tickets were bought
Write an equation containing the points (7,6) and perpendicular to 3x-8y=69
A parking meter contains dimes and quarters worth $11.75. There are 53 coins in all. Find how many each there are.
2. perpendicular to the line y=-4x+4; containing the point (1,4)
What is the standard form of the equation of the circle?
How do you solve this problem and what does the answer end up being?
two angles are complimentary. if the measure of one angle is two degrees less than three times the measure of the second, find the measure of each angle
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How much of each brand should she use?
Find the values of a in the domain of f, for which f(a) equals the given number.
Exponential and logarithmic models
Rebecca picked 5/8 of a bushel of blueberries yesterday. Today, she picked 5/7 of a bushel of blueberries. How much more did she pick today than yesterday?
A grocery store bought milk for $2.60 per half gallon and stored it in two refrigerators.