# 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: ## ðŸ“š 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 Â = 11ft Step-by-step explanation: Given parameters: Area of rectangular wall Â = 33ftÂ² Â Unknown: Length and width of the wall of the barn Â = ? Solution: Â So; Â Â Â Â Â Area of a rectangle Â = length x width Let the length Â = L Â Â Â Â Â Â width Â = W Â Â Â Â Â Â L Â = 8 + W Â Â Â Â 33 Â = (8 + W)W Â Â Â Â 33 Â = 8W + WÂ² Â Â Â Â Â Â WÂ² + 8W Â - 33 Â = 0 Â Â Â Â Â WÂ² + 11W - 3W - 33 Â = 0 Â Â Â Â Â W(W + 11) Â - 3(W + 11) Â = 0 Â Â Â Â Â Â (W - 3)(W + 11) Â = 0 Â Â W - 3 Â = 0 or W + 11 Â = 0 So; Â W = 3 To find the length; Â Â Â Â Â Â L Â = W + 8 Â Â Â Â Â Â L Â = 3 + 8 Â = 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.Â
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.Â
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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Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  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 Â = presents

Time taken Â = hours

Unknown:

Rate Â = ?

Solution:

To solve this problem ;

Â  Â Rate Â = Â

Â  Rate Â = Â

Â Rate Â = x 9 Â = 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 Â

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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