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You read online that a 15 ft by 20 ft brick patio would cost about $2,275 to have professionally installed. Estimate the cost of having a 25 by 27 ft brick patio installed.

You read online that a 15 ft by 20 ft brick patio would cost about $2,275 to have professionally installed. Estimate the cost of having a 25 by 27 ft brick patio installed.
Problem Solving Business Social Studies

08/05/20

The degree that ethics and values may influence decision making

Problem Solving

03/20/20

Problem (please solve quickly)

A garden table and a bench cost $859 combined. The garden table costs $41 less than the bench. What is the cost of the bench? 
Problem Solving Math

02/08/20

I don’t understand how to do this

A rental car agency charges $190 per week plus $0.15 per mile to rent a car. How many miles can you travel in one week for $310?
Problem Solving Elementary Math

02/05/20

Problem Solving - Sharing Money

If Will gives Molly $9, he will have the same amount of money she has. If Molly gives Will $9, the ratio of the money she has to the money Will has will be 1:2. How much money does Will have in the... more
Problem Solving Accounting Maths

01/09/20

Change in operating expenses from year 1 to year 2

Question: Rank in order from highest (1) to lowest (5) in terms of the change in operating expensesKey: m = millionoperating expenses:A - year1=12.8m & year2=9.9mB - year1=25.1m &... more
Problem Solving Linear Algebra Word Problems

12/04/19

algebra 1 problem solving

Norman and Suzanne own 27 shares of a fast food restaurant stock and 61 shares of a toy company stock. At the close of the markets on a particular day in​ 2004, their stock portfolio consisting of... more
Problem Solving Word Problem Linear Equations

12/04/19

algebra 1 word problem

Problem Solving Math Geometry

12/01/19

Determine the smallest area these figures can get

Of 400 cm steel wire, one should construct a square and a rectangle where the longer side of the rectangle is 20 cm longer than the shorter side of the same rectangle. Determine the smallest... more
Problem Solving Math Calculus

11/27/19

Which of these two women is more likely to be the parent of two girls? Explain.

Professor Robertson and Professor Simpson are both mathematicians. Professor Robertson tells you that she has exactly two children, at least one of whom is a girl. Then Professor Simpson tells you... more
Problem Solving Math Algebra

11/25/19

Five times the sum of a number and 2 is 35.Find the number ? And the Equation

Can you also answer the following questionsQuestion 2: Three times the sum of a number and -2 is -15 . And the EquationQuestion 3:Twelve subtracted from 3 times a number is 15.Find the number. And... more
Problem Solving Math Geometry

11/12/19

The demand equation for a certain product is given by p=104-0.015x, where p is the unit price (in dollars) of the product and x is the number of units produced.

The total revenue obtained by producing and selling x units is given by R=xp. Determine prices (p) that would yield a revenue of $5670. What is the lowest price? What is the highest price?
Problem Solving Math Geometry

11/12/19

A coin, thrown upward at time t=0 from an office in the Empire State Building, has height in feet above the ground t seconds later given by

h(t)=-16t^2+64t+960=-16(t-10)(t+6) at what time does the coin hit the ground?
Problem Solving Math Algebra 1

10/01/19

Problem solving questions PLEASE HELP ASAP

I have a test tomorrow and not sure how to solve this question, can you please help.12 people were walking home carrying a basket of fruit in each hand. If one half of the group did not have 2... more
Problem Solving Math Algebra 2

09/07/19

How Do You Solve This

It takes a hose 5 minutes to fill a rectangular aquarium 10 inches long, 11 inches wide, and 13 inches tall. How long will it take the same hose to fill an aquarium measuring 23 inches by 25... more
Problem Solving Math Algebra 1

08/22/19

Distance vertices

Three straight paths in a park create a triangle with picnic shelters at their vertices. The picnic shelters are located at (-24, 16), (56, -16) and (-72, -32). Where should a "splash pad" be... more
Problem Solving Algebra 1

07/26/19

Algebra Reviews?

33) Use residuals to determine whether the model is a good fit for the data in the table. Explain.y=2x+1(Table)x | -4 | -3 | -2 | -1 | 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 |y | -11 | -8 | -5 | -4 | -1 | -1 | 2 | 6 |... more
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