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a stock clerk had 600 pads on hand. He then issued 3/8 of his supply of pads to division X,1/4 to division Y and 1/6 to division Z. The number of pads remaining in stock is? I don't get how to solve this problem. In arithmetic
asked by chrissy on July 28, 2007 
Algebra
Joshua originalle bought two hundred shares of stock three years ago. The company has since had a 2 for 1 stock split. Joshua's entire investment in stock has increased in value by 20%. He originally paid $8,600 for the stock.
asked by Sue on May 31, 2007 
Math
A store selling art supplies finds that they can sell x sketch pads each week at a price of p dollars each, according to the formula x = 2100  300p. What price should they charge if they want to sell at least 600 pads each week?
asked by Gabriel on October 12, 2014 
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Ursula bought 9 dozen gauze pads for the health office. The gauze pads were divided equally into 4 boxes. How many gauze pads are in each box?
asked by Ali on February 2, 2015 
Math
One grocery clerk can stock a shelf in 40 min, whereas a second clerk requires 20 min to stock the same shelf. How long would it take to stock the shelf if the two clerks worked together? Is this how you do this: t/40 +t/24 =1
asked by Meghan on March 24, 2010 
Math
One grocery clerk can stock a shelf in 40 min, whereas a second clerk requires 20 min to stock the same shelf. How long would it take to stock the shelf if the two clerks worked together? Is this how you do this: t/40 + t/24 =1
asked by Meghan on March 24, 2010 
math
a store clerk has 600 pens in stock . he then issues 1/4 to a store . then issues another 1/6 to another store and 3/8 to the last store how much is still in stock?
asked by will on February 23, 2010 
statistics
ATUW Motors is planning to replace the brake pad of its cars with a similar quality brake pads but cheaper. This is part of the company strategy to cut costs but wants to maintain the quality of its cars and parts. The variance of
asked by Anonymous on March 30, 2016 
Fractions
A technician has prepared three solutions from a 600 mL stock solution. • In preparing the first solution ½ of the original volume of the stock solution was used. • The second solution required ¼ of the remaining stock
asked by anna on November 12, 2012 
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2. A technician has prepared three solutions from a 600 mL stock solution. • In preparing the first solution ½ of the original volume of the stock solution was used. • The second solution required ¼ of the remaining stock
asked by anna on November 12, 2012