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1 Bag = 4 Gifts Total # of party bags = 8 Total # of part bags + Denis = 9 So originally the # of gifts without Denis would have the following equation: 8 x 4 = 32 Now that Denis is coming we have 9 party bags: 9 x 4 = 36 OR (8 x 4) + 4 = 36 So you see that the mistake is wher...
Essentially we've created a quadratic equation and we're solving it using factoring. If you don't understand how I solved this question, I can expand on my thinking. Let me know if it makes sense.
Total # of seats = 900 # of rows = R # of seats = S So according to the question, if we have R rows then we have R+11 seats Total # of seats = # of rows * # of seats/row 900 = R * (R+11) 900 = R^2 + 11R 0 = R^2 + 11R -900 0 = (R+36)(R-25) Therefore, you must have 25 rows with ...
The Lovely Bones
If anyone has read this novel could you please explain 2 things to me. 1) Is Ruth Connors able to see the dead? Like when she moves to NYC she writes about all the murdered women she finds. How does she go about doing that? Can see she Susie too? 2) How is Buckley able to see ...
MATHS -SALES TAX -plse URGENT-
There are 3 things we must figure out in the this question. 1) What is the full price of this item + tax 2) What is the full price of this item 3) What is the price of this item with the 15% discount 4) Shopkeeper profit For this whole problem let us assume that 'x' is...
Let me just correct the 2nd line I posted: "In the question we have been told that 'twice the # of boys' = 'twice the # of boys - 63' girls. " That is wrong. I meant to say: "The # of girls = twice the # of boys-63"
For this problem let us assume that 'B' represents # of boys and 'G' represents # of girls In the question we have been told that 'twice the # of boys' = 'twice the # of boys - 63' girls. Total # of students = B + G 228= B + (2B-63) 228 = B + 2B...
So 4 names went into the bowl. If Sam is the first person selecting then the chances of him pulling out his name are 1/4. 1/4 as a percent is 25%. The second person selecting, Pam, now only has 3 names left in the bowl. Therefore, the chances that Pam will select Sam are now 1...