# Posts by gianina

Total # Posts: 13

**Algebra**

3/7-n = 1/n answer for "n" Thanks

**Math**

Hector rain in the city charity race for four years. His times in minutes were: 14.8, 22.3 , 26.7, and 31.9 . What was his average time for the four years to the nearest tenth of a minute?

**math**

thank you for your help

**math**

Sonya has X amount of money. Bob has three times as much as Sonya has, less $14.62. Write an expression , using X, that tells how much does Bob has. I need to know if the expression will be x= 3x-14.62 and the answer will be $7.31. Thank you for helping me.

**Math**

Sonya has X amount of money. Bob has three times as much as Sonya has, less $14.62. Write an expression , using X, that tells how much does Bob has. I need to know if the expression will be x= 3x-14.62 and the answer will be $7.31. Thank you for helping me.

**Math**

Shade in 3/4 of 1/2 of 1/2 of the circle. The question is "What fraction of the circle is shade? I was thinking will be 1/4 This is correct or what will be the answer? Thanks for helping me

**4 grade**

Sonya has X amount of money. Bob has three times as much as Sonya has, less $14.62. Write an expression , using X, that tells how much does Bob has.

**4 grade**

How many outfit combinations are possible with 1 pair of sneakers, 3 tee-shirts and 2 pairs of jeans? Drawing a diagram might help to illustrate your strategy.

**4th grade**

thank you for helping me.

**4th grade**

In these addends, each letter represents a single digit. Find the numbers. CENT + CENT SCENT _______ 35128 I don't know if I have to use any number in this problem to addition. Can you help me? thanks

**4th grade**

Ashley, Jonathan, Sarah, Carlos, and Tanya all made the finals of the National Math Fair Competition last year. Before the final round began each one had to shake hands with all the others. How many handshakes were there? I am not really sure but the answer will be 25 or not? ...

**4th grade**

karen's first five grades are: 92,88,99,97 and 89. If she has an average of 94, she'll get an A on her report card. Find Karen's average. Will Karen get an A or a B?

**4th grade**

The 93 nature camp students ate lunch at the lodge. They sat at an even number of tables. There were 5 students sitting at one table, and an equal number of students sitting at each of the other tables. How many students were sitting at each of the other tables?

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