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2 months ago

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2 months ago

**Answer:**

$ 17.5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A product that is on 50% sale is half of its original cost. Hence a basketball that is 50% off is half of 35, or 17.5.

Guest #5492275

2 months ago

You would do 35 divided by 2.So, 50% of 35 is 17.5

Question

Please help WHAT IS THE PERCENT OF 39.8 out of 200 QUICK PLEASE

Solution 1

**Answer:**

19.9%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

39.8/200 = 0.199 (move decimal two times)

19.9%

or you can just see what number get 200 to 100, which is by dividing by 2. What you do to the bottom you do to the top so 39.8/200 (divide both sides by 2) Â = 19.9/100

which is 19.9%.

**Ace Carlos**

Question

Find the value of x in the isosceles triangle 40inches x 25 inches

Solution 1

**Answer:**

l

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question

If a triangle has 2 sides of 8 and 11 what could the third side be

Solution 1

**Answer:**

**Any value between 3 and 19 may be the measure of third side.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If three sides of a triangle are a, b, and c, possible measures of the sides of a triangle will be.

1). a + b > c

2). b + c > a

3). a + c > b

If a = 8, b = 11,

1). 8 + 11 > c

Â Â c < 19

2). 11 + c > 8

Â Â c > 8 - 11

Â Â c > (-3)

3). 8 + c > 11

Â Â c > 11 - 8

Â Â c > 3

Therefore, by combining the given inequalities,

**3 < c < 19**

**Any value between 3 and 19 may be the measure of third side.**

Question

At the beginning of the school year, Bradley bought a new box of 120 crayons. At the end of the year, only 10% of the crayons are still sharp. How many of Bradley's crayons are
still sharp?

Solution 1

**Answer:**

**12**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**120 divided by 100 Â = Â Â 12**

**12 multiplied by 10% =12**

Solution 2

120 of 10% =12

120-12 =108

108 of Beasleyâ€™s crayon are still sharp

120-12 =108

108 of Beasleyâ€™s crayon are still sharp

Question

Is 43/96 a rational number ï¿¼

Solution 1

Yes it is rational because they are whole numbers and integers

Question

All of the following monomials are partial factors of the polynomial 12xÂº y2 â€“ 18x2y + 6x?y? EXCEPT:

Solution 1

**Answer:**

80

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question

At a sale, dresses were sold for $22 each. This price was 55% of a dress original price. How much did a dress originally cost?

Solution 1

**Answer:**

40

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Divide: 55/22 = 0.4

Multiply: 0.4 * 100 = 40.

Question

Nina Milling assembles transistor radios. she is paid $0.54 for each radio assembled during a regular work week, $0.62 for each radio assembled on on sundays. What is Nina's total pay for a week in which she assembled the following number of radios?

Solution 1

**Answer:**

I would need to know the number of radios she made each day.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

lets say she assembled 2 radios a day, which means we would do 0.54 x 2 (that would be 1.08) and then times it by 6 ***not incuding sunday***

you would get $6.48

then for sunday we would do 0.62 x 2 (that would be 1.24) .

now we add 6.48 and 1.24 to get $7.72 a week.

Question

Carmen is taking a road trip. After 25 miles, she reaches a stretch of highway where she can drive at a constant speed of 65 miles per hour. Carmen's friend in the passenger seat is trying to figure out the minimum number of hours Carmen will need to drive to reach over 350 total miles for the trip, assuming she keeps a steady pace. Carmen's friend creates the inequality 65t + 25 > 350, where t is the driving time, in hours.

Solution 1

**Answer:**

Carmen needs more than 5 hours to meet her goal.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

to make a valid interpretation of Carmen's situation, solve the given inequality for t.

Carmen could reach 350 total miles at 5 hours if she drives at a constant rate of 65 miles per hour. To reach over 350 miles, Carmen will need to drive for more than 5 hours.

So, Carmen needs more than 5 hours to meet her goal.

Solution 2

**Answer:**

DEW

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question

Y = 5/4 x + 3.000000000

Solution 1

**Answer:**

151

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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