math
asked by
My Help Pls2

posted by bobpursley

posted by Ms. Sue
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

math
Leila ran three times last week. Here are the distances she ran (in kilometers). 16.1 ,5,8.92 What is the total distance Leila ran on these three days? 
English
1. The earl bird catches the worm. 2. Early birds catch the worms. (Which one is the right proverb?) 3. He ran on and on. 4. He ran without stopping. 5. He ran continuously. 6. He ran continually. 7. He ran over and over. 8. He 
Math
*not multiple choice* u^3 = 1/125 y  1 = 4y  2/3 * not sure how to do this what is the y intercept of the line? y= 3x  5 * my answer is 5 when 40 is added to the number miles she ran last week..the result is the same as 
algebra
in a week Mike ran 8km farther than Bill, while Pete ran 1 km less than 3 times as far as Bill.If pete ran 15 km farther than Mike, how many kilometers did Bill run? 
Math (Repost)
*not multiple choice* u^3 = 1/125 y  1 = 4y  2/3 * not sure how to do this what is the y intercept of the line? y= 3x  5 * my answer is 5 when 40 is added to the number miles she ran last week..the result is the same as 
Math
Bill and Harry are practicing for a track meet. Last week, Bill ran 900 meters on each of 3 days. Harry ran 1.2 kilometers on each of 2 days. Between last week and this week, Bill wants to run a total of 6 kilometers. How far does 
8th grade math
Karen ran a 400 meter race in 60.4 seconds and Kim ran 0.3 kilometers in 65.8 seconds. Who ran faster and why 
Math
Karen ran 42 miles in 6 days. On Sunday she ran 12 miles. Each of the other days she ran the same distance. 1. Write an algebraic equation to show how far Karen ran. 2. Calculate how many miles Karen ran each day for the week. 3. 
algebra
Mike said, last week I ran 15 miles farther than Bill. Pete said Last week I ran one mile less than 3 times as far as Bill. If Mike and Pete ran the same distance, how far did Bill run? 
Math
Leonard ran 4 miles more than Sheldon ran. The sum of their distances is 26 miles. How far did Sheldon run? The domain a. Define your variable. b. Write algebraic expressions for the distances each person ran. c. Write an equation