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December 10, 2016

# Posts by Vick

Total # Posts: 39

In ΔKLM, m∠K = (6x−1)∘, m∠L = (7x+13)∘, and m∠M = (x+0)∘. Find m∠L.
September 30, 2016

Math
Divide \$160 among Sue Jane and Harry so that Sue has \$20 more than Jane and \$30 more than Harry..?? Please help..thanks 😃
April 4, 2016

Math
Divide 160 among Sue Jane and Harry so that Sue may have \$20 more than Jane and \$30 more than Harry? Please help...thanks...
April 4, 2016

chemistry
What volume would a 0.0871 gram sample of air occupy if the density of air is 1.29 g/L
September 23, 2012

prealgebra
hhhhhhhhhhhheeeeeeeeeeeeeeloooooooooooooooooooo helllo hello hello helllllooooo where r u?????????????????
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
For #s 4-7 #4) is Increase 35 by 40% 35 * 1.4 = 49 #5)Increase 125 by 8% 125 * 0.08 = 10 #6) Decrease 8 by 75% 8 * 0.75 = 6 #7) Decrease 135 by 22% 135 * 0.22 = 29.7 ARE THESE CORRECT YOU HAD TO FIND THE NEW AMOUNT. ?????????????????????????
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
then what is the right answer or work i don't get it!!
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
\$ 30.68 is the aswer????
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
also am i correct for #2 original price:23 New: 46 and the answer is o.oo5% and #3 original:120 New: 150 the answer is 0.002% right???
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
26 * 0.18 = \$4.68 the tip is = 4.68????/ right and if wrong about the total cost with the tip and i don't know how to get the cost
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
then what do i do next??? im confused so it is the answer?? 4.68???
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
26 * .18= \$4.68
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
You are ordering food for home delivery. The cost of your food is \$26. You want to give the delivery person an 18% tip. What is the total cost with the tip? How do you show your work and solve this problem up above?????
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
An entertainment center is on sale for 20% off original price. The original price is \$225. What is the sale price? How do you solve and show work for this problem above????
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
Find the new amount. #6) Decrease 8 by 75%. #7) Decrease 135 by 22%. I don't know how to solve and show work
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
Find the New amount. #4.) Increase 35 by 40% #5) Increase 125 by 8% I don't know how to solve this and show work. Please help me kind person
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
so for # 2 i would get 0.005% right?? and for #3 i would get 0.002% right??
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
what are #s 3 and #4 then???
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
Identify the percent of change as an increase or a decrease.Then find the percent of change. #2) Original:23 New:46 and #3) Original:120 New:150 How do you solve this and show your work??
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
can you please help me and help me solve this and show work: Identify the percent of change as an increase or a decrease. Then find the percent of change. #1.) Original:45 New:30 Please help i don't understand how to solve and show work
February 27, 2012

prealgebra
thank you
February 26, 2012

prealgebra
How do you solve this??? foodbill:\$18 salestax:%5 Tip:%20
February 26, 2012

prealgebra
what is the answer to 9*1000 + 1890
February 23, 2012

prealge
how do you solve this original price 60\$ and discount percent: 20%
February 22, 2012

prealgebra
how do you solve this problem and can you help me please: wholesale price: \$13 and markup percent: 110% can u help please
February 22, 2012

Math
Rule In Out % ? 24 9 25% 44 ? To find out the unknown numbers with explanation?
May 2, 2011

math
Rule In Out % 24 9
May 2, 2011

calculus
.5-(sqrt(3)/2)(x-pi/3)
October 14, 2010

calculus
Find the linearization of the function below at x = π/3.? y=sin(x)/x Your answer should be a linear function of x where the coefficients are accurate to at least two decimal places. You can enter π in your answer as "pi" (without the quotes). I am not able ...
October 14, 2010

calculus
Find the linearization of the function below at x = π/3.? y=sin(x)/x Your answer should be a linear function of x where the coefficients are accurate to at least two decimal places. You can enter π in your answer as "pi" (without the quotes). I am not able ...
October 14, 2010

Science