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December 6, 2013

# Posts by b6

Total # Posts: 43

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I make A snack mix by combining 3/4 of a pound of gummy bears with one pound of peanuts. I have 3 1/4 pounds of peanuts a) how many pounds of gummy bears do I need to make the snack mix? b) how many pounds of snack mix can I make? I have a) 2 1/2 pounds of gummy bears is neede...

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the question is a stock gained 2 7/8 points, lost 1 3/4 points and then gained 1/2 point and then lost 5 points. What was the total change in the stock price? I got a loss of = -3 3/8 is this correct

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for partB) since for each part that was left was more than 3 feet as you see in part C won't that be added as one more foot making the answer to B) 22 pieces and part C) 7/12 left?

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I di try and answer them on my own and got A) 22 7/36 yards of rope. B) 22 pieces C) 7/12 of the rope was left. Please help, are these correct? If not can you explain and help me understand the question. Thanks

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There are three pieces of rope with the lengths 15 1/3feet, 20 1/2 feet, and 30 3/4 feet. A) how many yards in all? B) If thery were all cut into 3 feet pieces how many would you get and how did you determine this answer C) How much rope is left? How was that determined

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how many t in a kg?

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12/y = -4 I got -3. Can you show the steps how to get the answer. Thanks

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4r=-32 Can you help show how the work is done. I got r=-8 Thank you I meant to put the minus in but I need help on the steps to get there.

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4r=-32 Can you help show how the work is done. I got r=8

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Is (-33)-(+42) the answer-75 and(-36)-(+24) is that -12

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