math
 👍
 👎
 👁

 👍
 👎
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Math
Hugh bought some magazines that cost $3.95 each and some books that cost $8.95 each. He spent a total of $47.65. If Hugh bought 3 magazines, how many books did he buy? The equation that models the problem is 3.95m + 8.95b = 47.65,

Math
1. I am thinking of a number. It is increased by 7. The sum is 21. What is my number? A. n=28*** B. n=14 C. n=7 D. n= 147 2. I am thinking of a number. It is increased by 9. The product is 27. What is my number? A. n = 36 B. n =

Math
The Mall: My sister likes to go shopping. Yesterday she borrowed a wad of money from Mom and went to the mall. She began her excursion by spending $18 on a new CD. Then she spent half her remaining money on a new dress. Then she

Arithmetic
A box in a college bookstore contains books, and each book in the box is a history book, an English book or a science book. If onethird of these books are history books and onesixth are English books, what fraction of the books

probability
Amy and Blake are each dealt two cards from a standard, 52card deck. Amy's cards are known, Blake's cards are unknown. In which of these two scenarios is it MORE LIKELY that Blake has a pair: A) Amy: Queen Queen Blake: face down,

Math
You borrow bookcases like the one shown to display 943 books at a book sale. You plan to put 22 books on each shelf. No books on top of the bookcases. A. How many bookcases must you borrow to display all the books? I got 8 book

Math
Hugh bought some magazines that cost $3.95 each and some books that cost $8.95 each. He spent a total of $47.65. If Hugh bought 3 magazines, how many books did he buy? The equation that models the problem is 3.95m + 8.95b = 47.65,

Math
A real estate salesperson bought promotional calendars and date books to give to her customers at the end of the year. The calendars cost $0.75 each, and the date books cost $0.40 each. She ordered a total of 600 promotional items

Math
A book dealer bought 100 books for $1250. If she sold 30% of these at $10 each and the rest at $15 each, what was her total profit?

Math
Rudy worked hard all summer. Before school started he decided to go shopping and spend some of his earnings. He spent 1/3 of his money on a new shirt at HOT Fashions in the Mall. He then went to Marvin's Music and bought a cd with

physics
Two books are stacked on top of each other. Book 1 is on top of Book 2. Book 1 has a string attached to it. The string is connected to the wall. The wall is to the left of the stacked Books. Book 2 is pulled to the right with a

MATHS
A woman had $200. she went to the meatshop, a drug store and a book store. she spent four(4) times as much money in the meatshop as in the drug store. she spent $15 less at the book store than at the drug store she then had $5.00
You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.