Whats the product of 86 and the depth of the river?
Let the depth of the river = d
So in order to find the product, you simply multiply
so the product of 86 and the depth of the river would be 86 * d
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The product of
What is the value of x?
We will solve the case about the distributive property of multiplication.
Let's rewrite and arrange the multiplication equation as follows.
Work out the multiplication of terms carefully.
Note the coefficient of the term a² on the left-hand side. Let us equate with a similar term on the right side.
Let us cross out a².
Hence, the value of x is 9.
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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.
Total sales is the total number of sweatshirts sold times $20 plus the total number of baseball caps sold times 10.
Equation 1: 20S + 10B = 2860
people bought 6 times as many sweatshirts as caps. Which means the number of sweatshirts sold (S) is 6 times caps sold(B)
Equation 2: S = 6B --- substitute S in equation 1 with 6B
=> 20(6B) + 10B = 2860
=> 120B + 10B = 2860
=> 130B = 2860 --- divide both side by 130
=> B = 2860/130
=> B = 22 --- is the number of caps sold.
To find the number of sweatshirts sold we use equation 2
S = 6B --- but we know now B = 22
=> S = 6(22)
=> S = 132
therefore 132 sweatshirts sold and 22 baseball caps sold.
Guybrush owns an island monkey preserve which has a length of 2x + 1 units and a width of x – 4 units. If the island is 1,586 square units in size, what are the dimensions of the island? A. 30 units by 30 units B. 30 units by 26.5 units C. 13 units by 122 units D. 61 units by 26 units
replace the bold numbers with X's
If so, that means that each term is multiplied by negative 6.
So, 4 times -6 = -24. Then -24 x -6 = 144. And so on.
So -864 x -6 = 5,184. (5th term)
5,184 x -6 = -31,104. (6th term)
-31,104 x -6 = 186,624. (7th term)
186,624 x -6 = -1,119,744. (8th term)
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Would be: 2m^2 * 2m^3
and that would be: 4m^5
sin B tan C = b/a (c/b) = c/a
sin C tan B = c/a (b/c) = b/a
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6g=12------------------------------------Step 1: Add 4 to both sides
g=2---------------------------------------Step 2: Divide both sides by 6
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Mike has to choose betweeb two jobs. A job as a driver will pay him an initial weekly payment of $500 plus $10 per hour worked. A job as a landscaper will pay him an initial $300 plus $15 per hour worked. He wants to find out how many hours he would have to work to make the same amount at both jobs.
$500 + $10 x 40 = $900
$300 + $15 x 40 = $900
Suppose you had d dollars in your bank account. You spent $22 but have at least $42 left. How much money did you have initially? Write and solve an inequality that represents this situation. A. d −22>42; d >64 B. d +22≤42; d ≤86 C. d −22≥42; d ≥64 D. d +22≥42; d ≥86 I think it's A. d −22>42; d >64, but I'm not sure.
*Obs: remember that left at least 42 dollars. In other words, the left over is equal or more than 42 dollars.
2) At the beginning
Santiago, a park ranger, was trying to estimate the number of catfish in a lake. He randomly caught 32 catfish, tagged them, and let them go. Six months later, he surveyed fisherman at the lake about how many catfish they caught that were tagged. His survey results showed that 350 catfish were caught and 13 had tags on them. Which is the best estimate for the size of the catfish population in the lake? A. 862 catfish B. 1,420 catfish C. 4,550 catfish D. 11,200 catfish
(7+y)(y) = 120
y^2 + 7y - 120 = 0
(y + 15) (y - 8) = 0
Since we are finding two positive numbers,
If y= 8 then x= 15
The two numbers are 8 and 15
32*40 - 32*4
1,280 - 128=
Then the answer is 10,076x.
Suppose a car manufacturer believes its windscreen wipers will last on average for three years on their cars if driven by a typical driver in the province. Moreover, the manufacturer believes the lifetime of the wipers under such conditions is Normally distributed with a standard deviation of two years. Find the probability that, if on a car driven by a typical driver, a windscreen wiper lasts for a time that is not within 1.7 years of the mean lifetime. The probability is:?
You need to calculate the z-scores for (3.0 - 1.7) years and (3.0 + 1.7) years. Then you use a standard normal distribution table to calculate the required probability.
The formula for finding the z-score is z=X−μσ