# arithmetic

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i have more. A man owned 75 shares of stock worth \$50 each. The corporation declared a dividend of 8 percent payable in stock. How many shares did he then own? 81 shares but how?

If a scow is towed at the rate of 3 miles an hour, how many hours will be needed to tow the scow 28 miles?
10hours,30minutes
9hours,20minutes
12hours
9hurs,15minutes
how do you figure 9hours and 20 min??

the wage rate in a certain trade is \$8.60 an hour for a 40 hour work week and 1 1/2 times the base pay for overtime. an employee who works 48 hours in a week earns?

A pole 12 feet high has a shadow 4 feet long. a nearby pole is 24 feet high. How long is it's shadow?

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Mrs. Jones wishes to buy 72 ounces of canned beans for the least possible cost. Which of the following should she buy?

six 12-ounce cans at 39cents per can
seven 10-ounce cans at 34 cents per can
three 24-ounce cans at 79 cents per can
two 25-ounce cans at 62 cents per can

Hint for number 1 -- how much is 8% of 75?

Number 2 (about the scow) --
28 / 3 = 9 1/3
1/3 of an hour is 20 minutes (1/3 of 60).

Number 3 --
1. 40 x \$8.60 = wages for regular work week.
2. 1 1/2 x \$8.60 = \$12.90 (hourly wage for overtime)
3. 8 x \$12.90 = overtime wages for 8 hours.
4. Add the answer you got from the first tep to the answer you got from the 3rd step.

Number 4 -- Since 24 is twice 12, wouldn't the taller pole's shadow be twice as long?

Number 5 -- Please do the math and post your answers. Which do you think she should buy?

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1. a pole 24 feet high has a shadow 8 feet long. a neardy pole is 72 feet high. how long is it's shadow?

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2. 24ft÷72ft is 3. 8×3 is 24. 24 is how long its shadow is.

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