student missed 11 problems on a Chemistry test and received a grade of 65%. If all the problems were of equal value, how many problems were on the test? Round off your answer to the nearest integer. X= # of problems 11= # of
A student missed 11 problems on a Chemistry test and received a grade of 65%. If all the problems were of equal value, how many problems were on the test? Round off your answer to the nearest integer. X= # of problems 11= 3 of
I have a few math questions I made them just like my actual problems so that I can go through the steps you have went through to answer my own problems...Again THESE ARE NOT THE REAL PROBLEMS JUST EXAMPLES LIKE MINE WITH DIFFERENT
I asked this question earlier. I need to write 2 letters of complaint about problems I face at school and problems I face as a student in general but I can't find any problems, could you help me list some problems? Its really
there's a question that I don't understand and the direction says that 'solve problems as combination integer problems.remember to rewrite all double sign problems as combination problems before solving' and here's a question 50-
So I've been having trouble solving some problems. Mainly problems that look like this 5-(t+3)=-1+2(t-3) what causes problems is the 5- part. I asked my teacher for help, and he gave me a hint, which is to distribute a -1 like
Re: Industrial Revolution Apart from external problems including urban crowding, insanitation, pollution, and social and order problems, what may have also been (2) problems created by industrialization/urbanization during this
A third grade class was given a multiplication quiz. The quiz had 10 problems. Any correctly answered 6 problems, Bobby answered 7 problems correctly, Tom answered 9 problems correctly, and Sue only answered 2 problems correctly.