# 2 ratios equivalent to 8\3

Some equivalent fractions of 8/3 are:

8/3 = 16/6 = 24/9 = 32/12 = 40/15 = 48/18 = 56/21 = 64/24 = 72/27 = 80/30 = 88/33 = 96/36 = 104/39 = 112/42 = 120/45 = 128/48 = 136/51 = 144/54 = 152/57 = 160/60

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**Answer:**

A) -4c^2 + 4c + 6

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The given polynomial is 2 + 7c – 4c^2 – 3c + 4

Add the like terms.

2 + 4 + 7c - 3c -4c^2

= 6 + 4c - 4c^2

Write it in a standard form

= -4c^2 + 4c + 6

Answer is A) -4c^2 + 4c + 6

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Write two equivalent fractions for each. 1/2 and 4/5

**2/4**. This is because you can simplify 2/4 by dividing it by 2. The final answer would be 1/2.

**An equivalent fraction for 4/5 would be**

**8/10**. It's basically the same thing. Divide them both by 2 and you'll get 4/5 since 8 divided by 2 is 4, and 10 divided by 2 is 5.

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After reduction, it would be: 4/5 which is not equivalent to 3/4

4/5 ≠ 3/4

So, your final answer is

**"NO", it's not equivalent**

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Which expression is equivalent to 4t + 3t?

So, your final answer is

**7t**

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Explain why 3(5x) is not equivalent to (3*5)(3*x).

Find a sum equivalent to the product 6(y + x)

Find a sum equivalent to the product 6(y+x)

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Express the equation -6a+2b=8 as an equivalent equation that is solved for b (steps please)

add (6a) to both sides

-6a +2b+6a = 8 +6a

simplify

2b = 8+ 6a

divide both sides by 2

2b/2 =(8+6a)/2

simplify

b= 8/2 + 6a/2

b=4 +3a

or

b=3a+4

Subtract the b from both sides:

y-b=mx

Divide by x:

(y-b)/x=m

Answer:

m=(y-b)/x

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Any fraction obtaining by multiplying both numerator and denominator by the same quantity will result in an equivalent fraction.

Examples:

- divide both numerator and denominator by 5 => 5/9 is equivalent

- multiply both numerator and denominator by 2 => 50 / 90 is equivalent

- multiply both numerator and denominator by 10 => 250 / 450 is equivalent.

2)

Spinning two fours on a spinner divided into four numbered sections:

**these are independent events, becasue one result does not influence the other.**

Selecting two kings from a standard deck of cards by choosing a card at random, placing it in your pocket, then choosing the second card:

**they are not independent**, because if the first card is a king the probability of the second card will be different than if the first card is not a king.

Selecting two green marbles by choosing one from a bag at random, giving the first to a friend, then choosing another:

**they are not independent**because whether the first two marbles are green or not, make the probabilities for the second event different.

Selecting the names of two siblings by choosing slips of paper from a hat at random, pinning the selected slip on a bulletin board, and then selecting another.:

**they are not independent,**by similar reason explainded in the two previos options.

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All of the following are equivalent except _____. 4 · y 4 + y 4y (4)(y)

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The rest of the answer choices given are all different ways to express, or are equivalents of, the number "4", multiplied by the variable, "y".

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Which of the following rational numbers is equivalent to a terminating decimal

Which expression is equivalent to 2 (14x-3y+28x+12.2-5y-17.5)?

**Answer:**

**Equivalent Expression of given Expression is 84x - 16y - 10.6.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Given** Expression is :

We have** to find:** Equivalent Expression

To find Equivalent expression we simplify the given expression.

Consider,

**Group like terms,**

**Now solve like terms,**

**Now, using Distributive Property**

Therefore, **Equivalent Expression of given Expression is 84x - 16y - 10.6.**

**The answer is: [A]: "**

**−5x − 7 < −22 and −5x − 7 ≥ −3 "**

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**Explanation:**

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We are the given the following compound inequality:

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**"**

**−22 > −5x − 7 ≥ −3 "**

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Consider Answer choice: [A]: −5x − 7 < −22 and −5x − 7 ≥ −3

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Do both of these given in "Answer choice [A]" hold true?

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First, does: −5x − 7 < −22 hold true?

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Yes, because, in the compound inequality given:

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−22 > −5x − 7 ; which is another way of saying that:

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−5x − 7 < −22 .

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Second does: "−5x − 7 ≥ −3 " , hold true?

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Yes, because, in the compound equality given,

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−5x − 7 ≥ −3 ; which explicitly tells us that it holds true.

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**Thus, "Answer choice: [A]:**

**−5x − 7 < −22 and −5x − 7 ≥ −3 " is a correct answer.**

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**There could be other correct answers, so let us examine the other answer choices:**

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**Consider "Answer choice: [B]:**

**−5x − 7 > −22 and −5x − 7 ≥ −3 ;**

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Do EACH of these hold true in "Answer choice "B"?

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First let's examine:

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−5x − 7 > −22 ; Does this hold true?

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No! Because in the compound inequality given,

−5x − 7 < −22 ;

**so we already know that "Answer choice: [B]" is incorrect**; and thus, it makes no difference whether the other part of "answer choice [B]" is correct or incorrect.

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**Let us consider: "Answer choice: [C]:**

**5x > −22 and −7 ≥ −3" .**

Do these hold true with respect to our given compound inequality?

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No; since NEITHER one of of this 2 (two) components given are are part of our compound inequality given.

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Furthermore, the particular component given: " −7 ≥ −3" does not make sense. "Negative 7" is not 'greater than or equal to' "Negative 3". -7 ≠ -3 . Additionally, "-7" is LESS THAN—not GREATER THAN—"-3".

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Also, "−5x > −22" is NOT part of the compound inequality given. So, "Answer Choice: [C]: −5x > −22 and −7 ≥ −3" ; is INCORRECT.

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Additional note: " −5x < −22" is NOT part of the compound inequality given, either.

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**The [incorrect] "Answer Choice: [C]: "**

**−5x > −22 and −7 ≥ −3" ; can be somewhat deceptive.**

**The compound inequality given:**

**___________________________**

**" −22 > −5x − 7 ≥ −3 " ; should be viewed as:**

**_______________________________________**

**" −22 > (−5x − 7) ≥ −3 " ;**

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and the term, "(−5x − 7)" should be treated as one separate term—just like the terms: "(-22)", and "(-3)".

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**Let us consider "Answer choice: [D]:**

**−5x − 7 < −22 and −5x − 7 ≤ −3 " .**

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Start with: −5x − 7 < −22 . Does this hold true for our original compound inequality?

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Yes! (Since in our original compound inequality; "−22 > −5x − 7" ;

and this component of 'Answer choice: [D]' — "−5x − 7 < −22 "— is another way of saying that: "−22 > −5x − 7" (as denoted in our original compound inequality).

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Now, we shall examine the second component of

'Answer choice: [D]' — "−5x − 7 ≤ −3 ".

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Does this hold true for our original compound inequality?

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No! This second component given in our 'Answer choice'—is:

"-5x − 7 ≤ −3" ; and in our original compound inequality:

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"−5x − 7 ≥ −3 " !

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As such, since one of the compounds in 'Answer choice: [D]' is incorrect;

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**Answer choice: [D]: "**

**−5x − 7 < −22 and −5x − 7 ≤ −3" ; is incorrect.**

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What is the decimal equivalent of 1/16 ?

Let me know if you need more help!

2) Just move the decimal point two places to the right: 0.709 => 70.9%

3) We know that 1/3 is equal to 33 1/3%. Just multiply 33 1/3% by two.

0.333... * 2 = 0.6666... = 66 2/3%

4) Alice gets 21 free throws and makes 81.25% of them. The question then asks "how many free throws she makes". Well just multiply 81.25% by 21:

0.8125 * 21 ≈ 17

5) Convert percent into decimal: 48% => 0.48

Multiply: 0.48 * 23.95 ≈ $11.50

6) Multiply 15% by 58.50: 0.15 * 58.50 ≈ $8.80

The last three questions I answered in your other question.

Which expression is equivalent to 3(x + 4y)? 6x + 16y 3x + 12y 8x + 24y x + 4y

3x + 12y is the answer.