math problem that I need solved

math problem that I need solved

Mary wants to make 5 pillows. Each pillow will use 1/2 yard of cloth. If the cloth costs $5.70 for each yard, how much will Mary spend?

I don't even know how my friends got the answers is : x = -10,-4;y = 4,2 Anyone can explain this?And i stuck with question 2 + 3y = 2,x^2+y^2+3xy=-4 , Tomorrow is the...

I need to know how much will be withheld from her paycheck next month

Please help me!

A lady walks into a store and steals $100 bill from the register without the owners knowledge. She comes back five minutes later and buys $70 worth of goods with the $100 bill. The owner gives her...

The formula y=-0.7x+33 models the percentage of men, y, smoking cigarettes x years after 1980. Use the formula to find the percentage of men who smoked in 1994

Find the slope of the line 4x-3y-7

Ciara bakes banana bread and zucchini bread and sells the loaves at a farmers’ market. Last Saturday, the number of loaves of banana bread that she sold was 4 more than twice the number of loaves...

Please show it in a model..Please don't use blocks

Is there an easier way of getting my values for f(x)=x2/3 I've done it like this: divided 2/3 and raised whatever x value i took to the result of my division. Example 82/3 =...

So f would be a graph, and f-1 would be its inverse, im asked to graph on the same axis. How would i graph a value and its inverse on the same axis?

im not sure what to do with this problem, shouldn't it be set to be equal to something, so that i could take its natural log? Can i even solve this? e2xy

The ratio of girls to boys in a classroom is 3:2 with a total of 25 students. How many boys are there in the class?

Idk how to do thi

What are the x-intercept and y-intercept of the graph of y=−12x+4y=−12x+4 ? Drag and drop your answers into the boxes. x-intercept: y-intercept:

For a normal distribution with mean μ = 81.2 feet and standard deviation σ = 12.4 feet, find the 16th percentile.

Darlene’s room measures 12 feet on one side and 9 feet on another. Help her calculate the area of her room. The area of a rectangular room is a product of its length and width. Write the expression...

On weekends, Brown is earning 2/3 of a dollar for every candy he sells. If he sells 30 candies, how much will he earn?

solve the equation with rational coefficients

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