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July 30, 2014

July 30, 2014

Total # Posts: 27

**math**

N/4+4=-8 Please help me I'm nit good with fractions/:

**math**

Five More than the product of a number and -3 is -2

**math**

N/2 + 4=-8 Plz help me solve this I'm not good with fractions

**math**

Phone company A charges $28.25 a month plus $0.18 per minute for local calls. Company B charges $19.85 a month plus $0.32 per minute for local calls. Find the number of minutes for whitmch the companies plans cost the same

**math**

Write equation and solve. Hell eleven less than five times a number is19

**math**

crusty bought balloons at 5 for $1 and sold them 3 for $1. if his profit from selling balloons was $20, how many balloons did he sell? 1- how much did crusty make for every balloon? 2- what open sentence (equation) would we wite to solve this?

**Math**

The Commutative Property can be used to rewrite the expression 3 x 5 2/3 as 3(5) + 3(2/3). TRUE OR FALSE

**Math**

thank you

**Math**

The Commutative Property can be used to rewrite the expression 3 x 5 2/3 as 3(5) + 3(2/3).

**Science**

The amount of friction exerted when an object moves across a surface depends on how the object and the surface rub together. For which of these surfaces will friction be greatest when a block of wood slides across it? a)wet ice; b)glass mirror; c)thick carpet; d)waxed wood.

**Math**

thank you very much for your help

**Math**

A company charges $6 to make a pattern for an order of T-Shirts and $11 for each T-Shirts it produces from the pattern. The expression $11n + $6 represents the cost of n T-Shirts with the same pattern. Find the total cost for 5 T-Shirts with the same pattern.

**Math**

Ms. Hernandez has 17 tomato plants that she wants to plant in rows. She will put 1 plant in some rows and 2 plants in the others. How many different ways can she plant the tomato plants? Make a table to solve.

**Math**

At a local river, there were 48 alligators laying on the riverbank. If 5/6 of the alligators were asleep, how many were not asleep?

**Math**

Thank you for your answer Ms. Sue

**Math**

It took Steve and his construction crew 8 months to build a house. Alfter expenses, he was left with $24,872.67 himself. on average, how much did Steve make per month? Round to the nearest dollar. I know the answer is $3,109.08 but what can do I do with the roun to the nearest...

**Math**

I know that the answer is: 3,109.08 but what do I have to do with the rounding to the nearest dollar after get the answer

**Math**

It took Steve and his construction crew 8 months to build a house. Alfter expenses, he was left with $24,872.67 himself. on average, how much did Steve make per month? Round to the nearest dollar.

**Math**

Michelle is making 8 identical necklaces by stringing beads together. To make one necklace, se will repeat the pattern of beads shown four times. How many purple and yellow beads will be needed to make all eight necklaces? This is the pattern: _______________________________ p...

**math**

The table show the fraction of the class that chooses each given color as its favorite. What fraction of the class chooses one of these three colors? Color Fraction Red 2/16 Blue 5/16 Green 3/16

**Math**

PLEASE I NEED HELP...... Two pieces of cake weigh as much as one apple and one cherry. One apple weighs as much as five cherries and one piece of cake. How many cherries weigh as much as one apple?

**Math**

into a rectangle could make two, two could do four in 3 would be 6 and so on. The question is: Describe how to find each "next number" of rectangles, without drawing the figure:

**math**

into a rectangle could make two, two could do four in 3 would be 6 and so on. The question is: Describe how to find each "next nunber" of rectangles, without drawing the figure:

**Mathematics**

Cristina uses a ruler to measure the length of her math textbook. She says that the book is 11 2/16 inches long. Is her measurement in simplest form? If not, what is the length of the book in simplest form?

**4th grade**

At one table, some of the students shared 3 pizzas. Each pizza was cut into 8 slices. After the students shared the pizza equally, there were 3 slices left over. How many students shared the pizza? How many slices of pizza did each student eat?

**English**

The teaching machine has feelings and thoughts. The robots have similiar behaviours as humans. Teaching machine hates his job and feels its talents are being wasted teaching grade six english. Teaching machine was betrayed by another robot when he was tricked into thinking tha...

**7th grade**

HOW HAVE INTERNATION AGREEMENTS BETWEEN FIRST NATION TRIBES AND WASHINGTON STATE EFFECTED OUR STATE (WASHINGTON) IN THE PAST AND PRESENT?

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