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July 28, 2014

July 28, 2014

Total # Posts: 49

**math**

write each product using an exponent. then find the value: 7 to the 4th power

**math**

please explain?

**math**

write an integer to represent each piece of data: Jan earned 7 dollars interest in her savings account last month.

**math**

Layne sends an email to 7 people and those 7 people send the email to 7 more people, and so on. Write an expression to show the number of people who will receive the email after the fifth round.

**math**

Please answer my question thanks

**math**

Mr. Gonzalez's sixth grade class is putting on a play. He reserved the first 6 rows of the auditorium for family members and friends of the 24 students in his class. If each row contains 17 seats and each student can invite the same number of guests, how many guests can ea...

**math**

Mr. Gonzalez's sixth-grade class is putting on a play. He reserved the first 6 rows of the auditorium for family members and friends of the 24 students in his class. If each row contains 17 seats and each student can invite the same number of guests, how many guests can ea...

**math**

when I work the problem out with your parentheses my answer was 21 not 13

**math**

Add parentheses so that each equation is correct. 8+3*6-4-1=13

**math**

please explain.

**math**

please help!

**math**

I think it's 27

**math**

Hadley's softball team has a phone tree in case a game is cancelled.The coach calls 3 players. Then each of those players calls 3 players and so on.How many players will be notified during the 3rd round of calls?

**math**

thank you

**math**

165 centimeters equals how many inches?

**math**

$5.77 What is your answer?

**math**

What is a 15% tip on a meal that costs $38.40?

**math**

6 games

**math**

6%

**math**

The Gates football team played 30 games and lost 20% of their games. How many games did they lose?

**math**

The Gates basketball team won 80% of their games. If they won 32 games, how many games did they play?

**math**

You are in charge of making punch for the family reunion. The punch recipe makes 5 cups of punch by mixing together 3 cups of cranberry juice and 2 cups of apple juice. What is the ratio of cranberry juice to apple juice? You need to quintuple the recipe. What is the new ratio...

**math**

the cost of 10 oranges is $2.50. What is the cost of 5 dozen oranges?

**math**

You did not work the problem nor explain how to work it do I multiply do I divide?

**math**

You are trying to decide which juice is a better buy. Tropics costs $3.84 for 16 ounces. juicy costs $4.50 for 25 ounces.

**math**

You are trying to decide which juice is a better buy. Tropics cost $3.84 for 16 ounces. Juicy costs $4.50 for 25 ounces. write each as a rate.

**math**

Klonda and Jeremy sold 25 bodes of popcorn for a fundraiser. Klonda sold 60% of the boxes. How many boxes did they each sell?

**math**

KEENAN IS TRAINING FOR A BICYCLE RACE. HIS GOAL IS TO RIDE 150 MILES EACH WEEK. BY TUESDAY OF ONE WEEK HE HAD RIDDEN 35% OF HIS GOAL. HOW MANY MILES DID HE HAVE LEFT TO RIDE TO MEET HIS GOAL THAT WEEK?

**math**

Ali and her friend handed out nutrition pamphlets at the health fair. they were given 560 pamphlets and they handed out 35% of them. How many pamphlets were left at the end of the health fair?

**math**

Keenan is training for a bicycle race. His goal is to ride 150 miles each week. By Tuesday of one week, he has ridden 35% of His goal. How many miles did he have left to ride to meet his goal that week.

**math**

Reed scored 17 points in his teams last basketball game. This was 34% of the teams total points for the game. How many total points did the team score?

**math**

Yolanda is saving for a new cell phone. So far she has saved $54 from her babysitting jobs. She calculated that this is 45% of the amount she needs for the phone. What is the total cost of the new cell phone?

**math**

you did not work the problemI would like to see your figures.

**math**

Damon how did you find the answer?

**math**

There are 480 students enrolled at school and 75% of those students buy their lunch in the school cafeteria. How many students bring their lunch? What percent of the students bring their lunch from home? How many students bring their lunch from home?

**math**

Anon how did you work the problem?

**math**

Eighty students took the pre-algebra test and 90% of them scored 85% or higher. How many students scored 85% or higher on their test? How many students scored below 85% on their test?

**math**

A girls softball team has 3 pitchers. The pitchers make up 20% of the team. How many total players are on the softball team?

**math**

A soccer team played 16 games during their season. They won 75% of the games. How many games did the team win? How many games did the team lose?

**math**

A soccer team played 16 games during their season. They won 75% of the games. How many games did the team win? How many games did the team lose?

**math**

a sweater cost $75.00 @ 25% off how much did the sweater cost? how much did you save?

**Chemistry**

Please help me solve this question: A layer of peat beneath the glacial sediments of the last ice age had a carbon-14 content of 25% of that found in living organisms. How long ago was this ice age?

**Chemistry**

4.34 = 0.391^2 / 0.125 / [SO2]^2 What is the concentration of SO2?

**Chemistry**

A block of aluminum with a volume of 98.5 cm3 absorbs 67.4 J of heat. If its initial temperature was 32.5 °C, what is its final temperature? (density of aluminum = 2.70 g/cm3) I do not understand how to get the answer

**Chemistry**

A block of aluminum with a volume of 98.5 cm3 absorbs 67.4 J of heat. If its initial temperature was 32.5 °C, what is its final temperature? (density of aluminum = 2.70 g/cm3) I do not understand how to get the answer

**calculus**

Sketch the region enclosed by the given curves. Decide whether to integrate with respect to x or y, y=4sin(x), y=e^(7x), x=0, x=pi/2

**8th grade**

What was the first set of laws that governed America called?

**Chemistry**

4.34 = 0.391^2 / 0.125 / [SO2]^2 what is the concentration of SO2?

**AP Biology**

After an enzyme is mixed with its substrate, the amount of product formed is determined at 10-sec intervals for 1 min. Data: 0 secs. = 0.0 product formed (mg) 10 secs = .25 product formed (mg) 20 secs = .50 product formed (mg) 30 secs = .70 product formed (mg) 40 secs = .80 pr...

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