 admin # PLEASE HELP DUE TODAY Brian bought 11 pounds of sugar for $7. How many dollars did he pay per pound of sugar? 2 months ago ## Solution 1 Guest #5491479 2 months ago Answer: It is 7 devided by 11 0.6363636363 Step-by-step explanation: ## 📚 Related Questions Question Find all possible values of the expression 1/x, if seven is less than x and x is greater than 7 but less than 13. HURRY I ONLY HAVE ONE HOUR PLEASE Solution 1 yo~ Sorry I just needed the points Question a race car driver was driving at 300mph until he crashed into a wall. What was his speed after he crashed Solution 1 Answer: 0 Step-by-step explanation: Solution 2 Answer: 0 Step-by-step explanation: Question A pair of shoes cost$38 The sales tax rate is7% Find the total cost
Solution 1
$35.34 is the answer Question The area of a rectangular wall of a barn is 33 square feet. Its length is 8 feet longer than the width. Find the length and width of the wall of the barn, The width is feet.? Solution 1 Answer: Width = 3ft Length = 11ft Step-by-step explanation: Given parameters: Area of rectangular wall = 33ft² Unknown: Length and width of the wall of the barn = ? Solution: So; Area of a rectangle = length x width Let the length = L width = W L = 8 + W 33 = (8 + W)W 33 = 8W + W² W² + 8W - 33 = 0 W² + 11W - 3W - 33 = 0 W(W + 11) - 3(W + 11) = 0 (W - 3)(W + 11) = 0 W - 3 = 0 or W + 11 = 0 So; W = 3 To find the length; L = W + 8 L = 3 + 8 = 11 Question Keith and Sarah Robinson purchased 40 stamps, a mixture of 49 cent and 34 cent stamps. Find the number of each type of stamp if they spent$17.35.
Solution 1
There are 2 equation. First let 49 cent stamps be f and 34 stamps be t.
One equation would be f+t=40 the other one would be .49f+.34t=17.35. You can do substitution if you want or elimination.
Put the two in line
49f+34t=1735
f+t=40----> elimination
-34(f+t=40)--> solve

49f+34t=1735
-34f-34t=-1360 --->solve
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15f =375--> divide
f=25
Then put this on the first equation to find the other answer.

Question
Hercules wrapped 1/3 of a present in 1/9 of an hour find the rate in presents per hour
Solution 1

3presents per hour

Step-by-step explanation:

Given parameters:

Number of present wrapped  = presents

Time taken  = hours

Unknown:

Rate  = ?

Solution:

To solve this problem ;

Rate  = Rate  = Rate  = x 9  = 3presents per hour

Question
The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are as follows. 33, 25, 17 Find the next two terms of this sequence.
Solution 1

The next terms of the sequence 33, 25, 17 is:  Step-by-step explanation: An arithmetic sequence has a constant difference 'd' and is defined by computing the differences of all the adjacent terms The difference between all the adjacent terms is the same and equal to The first element of the sequence is: now substituting and in the nth term   Determining the 4th term:

We already got the nth term of the Arithmetic sequence substitute n = 4   Determining the 5th term:

substitute n = 5 in the nth term    Thus, the next terms of the sequence 33, 25, 17 is:  Solution 2

Step-by-step explanation:

17,13,9

Question
A race car driver won a 300 mile race with a speed of 183.2 mph find the drivers time
Solution 1

The time taken by the driver is: t = 1.6 seconds

Step-by-step explanation:

Given

Distance covered by a race car = d = 300 mile

Speed of a car = s = 183.2 mph

To determine

The time of the driver = t = ?

Using the formula to determine the time of the driver

distance = speed x time

d = st

t = d/s

substitute d = 300 and s = 183.2

t = 300 / 183.2

t = 1.6 seconds

Therefore, the time taken by the driver is: t = 1.6 seconds

Question
Annabelle drove 155 miles in 5 hours. How many miles does she drive in 4 hours? How many miles does she drive in 6 hours?
Solution 1
She drives 124 miles in 4 hours and 186 miles in 6 hours.
Question
joe boght 15 tolets. 1 was pure gold 2 were pure silver and the rest were wooden. how many wooden toilets were there?
Solution 1
12.
It is easy all you have to do is 15-3 because 1+2=3

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