I still not get it what do you mean by ( 1 + . 11/12)^48 where did you get .11/12 and ^48 I'm so lost. Aslo me and my husband tried working out the first problem and it's so difficult to solve we tried it so many ways and we just can't get the correct anwer. Any ti...
No, I know I totally understand the reason that I come to this website is to get tutored only. I will post I have done for the rest so if I did an error some one can correct me.
Need help with my practice review. Thanks 1.If inflation is 6% a year compounded annually, what will it cost in 21 years to buy a house currently valued at $230,000? Round to the nearest cent. 2.A small company borrows $50,000 at 11% compounded monthly. The loan is due in 4 ye...
So what your trying to say is that I always convert my mixed numbers into imporper fractions that is my first step right? Once I have done that I divide but is it always going to be divided by two or it depends on the problem. Last but not least is mult. so the steps are conve...
Use a proportion to solve the problem. Under typical conditions, 1 1/2ft of snow will melt to 2 in. of water. To how many inches of water will 3 1/4 ft of snow melt? Express your answer as an integer or mixed number.
Is it always going to be subtraction then division or it all depends on the question what it's asking you for.
So what you should do first is always subract then divide what ever answer you got by 50 for instance in this problem it was decreased from 50. So we are trying to figure out what was the decrease in 47. right
Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent. By switching service providers, a family's telephone bill decreased from about $50 a month to about $47. What was the percent of decrease?
How do you add and subtract fractions? Provide an example and demonstrate the steps you would take to arrive at the answer. What strategies would you use to help a student struggling with the concepts of adding and subtracting fractions?
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