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Conuert to a fraction
The difference between a number and fifteen is seven. Find the number.
The set of whole numbers and their opposites
O Positive integer
O Absolute value
[Pic of figure] Find the surface area of the prisms
There are 7 tarantulas in the spider exhibit at the zoo. Each tarantula has 8 legs. How many legs do the 7 tarantulas have?
The cost in dollars to produce x youth baseball caps is C(x) = 4.3x + 75. The revenue in dollars from sales of x caps is
(a) Write and simplify a function P that gives profit in terms of x.
(b) Find the profit if 50 caps are produced and sold.
On a recent day, a Euro was equal to about 1.2 American dollars. Write an expression which estimates the number of dollars in x Euros. Then estimate the number of American dollars equal to 25 Euros.
Evaluate the factorial.
Which expression can be used to check the quotient
There are 36 inches in a yard. Write an expression for yards in x inches
Show that the symmetric group Sn is nonabelian for n \geq 3.
Jenna's garden is 5 yards long. How long is her garden in feet? A 60 feet B 15 feet C 8 feet D 2 feet
R.A. Moyer of lowa State College found. in comprehensive tests carried out on 41 wet pavements, that the braking distance d(in feet) for a particular automobile traveling at v miles per hour was given approximately by
Approximate the braking distance to the ncarest foot for the car traveling on wet pavement at 70 miles per hour.
A gondola on an amusement park ride, similar to the Spin Cycle at Silverwood Theme Park, spins at a speed of 13 revolutions per minute. If the gondola is 25 feet from the ride's center, what is the linear speed of the gondola in miles per hour?
A salesperson earns $50 a day plus 12% commission on sales over $200. If her daily earnings are $76.88, how much money in merchandise did she sell?
Which pair of numbers is relatively prime?
a. 15 and 25
b. 29 and 58
c. 40 and 63
d. 261 and 513
A chef has one cheese that contains 45% fat and another cheese that contains 20% fat. How many grams of each cheese should she use in order to obtain 30 grams of a cheese mixture that is 30% fat?
Determine whether each equation represents a proportional relationship. If it does, identify the constant of proportionality.
Sun-Yi estimated 270 + 146 and got 320. Is her estimate reasonable? Explain.
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