3. Jones of New York sold a fax machine for $400 to Ron Stationery of Boston. Terms of the sale on July 29 are 2/10 EOM FOB New York. Jones agreed to prepay the freight of $25. Assume Ron pays on September 4. How much will it pay Jones?
Anastasia uses the equation p = 0.7(rh + b) to estimate the amount of take-home pay, p, for h hours worked at a rate of r dollars per hour and any bonus received, b. What is an equivalent equation solved for h? h = (– b)÷ r h = – b ÷ r h = ÷ r – b h = ÷ r
p = take home pay
r = rate of dollars per hour
h = number of hours worked
b = bonus
So now we can find h and let us start with the formula.
p = 0.7(rh + b)
p = 0.7*r*h + 0.7b
p - 0.7b = 0.7rh
So the answer for this problem is
h = (p-0.7b)/0.7r
Option 2,3 and 4 are correct.
To find : Which terms could be used as the first term of the expression below to create a polynomial written in standard form? Check all that apply.
The polynomials in standard form is written from higher degree to lower degree i.e. in descending order.
The given polynomial has degree 6: , and it can be ordered respect any of the two variables either r or s.
Adding a new term as first term needs to have degree equal or greater than 6.
1) cannot use as first term because its degree is less than 6.
2) it can be use as degree is 9.
is the standard form.
3) it can be use as degree is 10.
is the standard form.
4) it can be use as degree is 6.
is the standard form.
Therefore, Option 2,3 and 4 are correct.
To see which is better: divide $3.29 by 6 and then divide $4.15 by 8 and see which has the lowest answer.
The first option rounds off to $0.55 for one bagel. The second option rounds off to $0.52 for one bagel.
The second option is the best.
Undefined terms cannot be used as a proof in mathematics.
I hope my answer has come to your help. God bless and have a nice day ahead!
When letter or numbers are separated by multiplication or division can be combined to make one term.
In an algebra equation, terms are separated by an addition sign, subtraction sign or an equal sign. For example,
3a + 7b = 21.
This equation have 3 terms.
$850 x 7% = $59.50 (tax amount)
850 x (1+ 0.07) = $909.50
The monthly payment is $2603.17
The purchase price is = $445500
5% is down payment =
Loan amount is =
The EMI formula is =
p = 423225
r = 6.25/12/100=0.0052
n = 30*12 = 360
Putting the values in the formula we get:
The monthly payment is $2603.17 approx
Your answer is 20.71
If you want more than it is 20.71231517
Step-by-step explanation: there are 4 parts and 1 of those is girls 1 divided by 4 is 0.25, which is 25%
Marcus finds that (3x^2-2y^2+5x)+(4x^2+12y-7x)= 7x^2-10y^2-2x What error did Marcus make? A: He combined the terms 5x and –7x incorrectly. B: He combined the terms 3x^2 and 4x^2 incorrectly. C: He combined the terms –2y^2 and 12y^2 incorrectly. D: He subtracted the polynomials instead of adding.
Combine like terms
the answer is the option C
He combined the terms and incorrectly
Katie ordered candles that cost $3 each from a website. She was charged a flat shipping fee of $6 and no sales tax. If she spent a total of $54, which equation can be used to find c, the number of candles she ordered? 3c = 54 6c = 54 3c + 6 = 54 3c – 6 = 54
Now, Arithmetic difference, d = -88-(-99) or -66-(-88) which is 11 or 22. As they are not equal, it is not a Arithmetic.
So, it's neither an Arithmetic nor a Geometric.
Option B is your answer!
Hope this helps!
b: neither arithmetic nor geometric
So, your final answer is 2/3
Hope this helps!
60 minutes= 3600 seconds
3600 seconds *7 lego sets= 25200
I hoped this helped
Suzanne has purchased a car with a list price of $23,860. She traded in her previous car, which was a Dodge in good condition, and financed the rest of the cost for five years at a rate of 11.62%, compounded monthly. The dealer gave her 85% of the listed trade-in price for her car. She was also responsible for 8.11% sales tax, a $1,695 vehicle registration fee, and a $228 documentation fee. If Suzanne makes a monthly payment of $455.96, which of the following was her original car?
i = (1 + 0.1162/12)^12 - 1
i = 0.1226
We use this formula to solve the problem:
455.96 = (23860(1.0811) + 1695 + 228 - C) [0.0811(1+0.0811)^3]/[(1+0.0811)^3 - 1]
Solving for C
C = 4413.13
The cost of her car was $4,413.13.
A cyclist rides his bike at a rate of 8 miles per hour. What is this rate in kilometers per hour? How many kilometers will the cyclist travel in 2 hours? In your computations, assume that 1 mile is equal to 1.6 kilometers. Do not round your answers.
A bookstore charges a standard rate for paperback or hardback books. The cost of a paperback book is 11 dollars less than the cost of a hardback book. Recently one day of sales totaled $784.10. That day the bookstore sold 53 paperback books and 45 hardback book. Write a system representing the situation. Use the graph test made the solution of the system. What does the solution mean to the situation? How much does each type of book cost? You substitution to verify your solution.
53p + 45h = 784.10
just a matter of subbing and solving...
53(h - 11) + 45h = 784.10
53h - 583 + 45h = 784.10
98h = 784.10 + 583
98h = 1367.10
h = 1367.10/98
h = 13.95
p = h - 11
p = 13.95 - 11
p = 2.95
so paperbacks (p) are 2.95 a piece and hardbacks (h) are 13.95 a piece
Therefore, your answer would have to be: $10.29 :)
Total purchase price of of the home is $160000
We know that
Percent of down payment June Elloy makes = 22 %
Down payment is = $35200
Let x be the total purchase price.
22 % of x = 35200
( 22 / 100 ) times x = 35200
0.22 times x =35200
x = 35200 / 0.22
Thus, total purchase price of of the home is $160000
Jenny's Bakery sells carrot muffins for $2.00 each. The electricity to run the oven is $120.00 per day and the cost of making one carrot muffin is $1.40. How many muffins need to be sold each day for the bakery to break even?
The electricity cost is $120/day. Then to cover this cost, the muffin need to sold would be:
cost= muffin profit * muffin sold
$120= $0.6/muffin * muffin sold
muffin sold= $120 / ($0.6 / muffin)= 200 muffin