1. math

    A bake sale sells cupcakes and cookies. One day they sell: up to 50 cupcakes up to 60 cookies no more than a total of 90 cupcakes and cookies. Let x be the number of cupcakes sold. Let y be the number of cookies sold. a. Show the region that satisfies these inequalities. b. If...
  2. Math

    One table at a bake sale has 75 oatmeal cookies . Another table has 60 lemon cupcakes . Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed ? Explain .
  3. Math

    One table at a bake sale has 75 oatmeal cookies.Another table has 60 lemon cupcakes. Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed? Explain.
  4. Math

    One table at a bake sale has 75 cookies. Another table has 60 cupcakes. Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed? Explain
  5. maths

    mrs chan baked some cupcakes. She gave 1/6 of the cupcakes to her neighbour and 7/10 of this remaining cupcakes to her sister. If she had 12 cupcakes left, how many cupcakes did she bake together?
  6. math

    the yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. LArge cupcakes are sold for 1.25 and small cupcakes are .75. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of 109.75, how many large cupcakes did the yearbook club sell?
  7. Math

    The yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. Large cupcakes are sold for $1.25 each and small cupcakes are sold for $0.75 each. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of $109.75, how many large cupcakes did the yearbook club sell? a. 43 b...
  8. Math

    The yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. Large cupcakes are sold for $1.25 each and small cupcakes are sold for $0.75 each. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of $109.75, how many large cupcakes did the yearbook club sell? A) 43 B...
  9. Math

    A and B had an equal numbers of cupcakes at first. After B bought twice as many cupcakes as he had at first and A gave away 26 cupcakes, B had 6 times as many cupcakes as A. How many cupcakes did A have at first?
  10. 4TH GRADE MATH

    MS T BOUGHT CUPCAKES FOR HER 3RD GRADE CLASS. MS. CASA BOUGHT TWICE AS MANY CUPCAKES AS MS T, AND 4 TIMES AS MANY CUPCAKES AS MS. G. MS. G BOUGHT 241 CUP CAKES. A. HOW MANY CUPCAKES DID MS T BUY? B. MS.. B CAME LATE TO THE PARTY AND HALF OF THE CUPCAKES HAD ALREADY BEEN EATEN...
  11. math

    Sarah baked 78 cupcakes for the bake sale. Gabby baked 45 cupcakes for the bake sale. 93 cupcakes were sold at the bake sale. Which is a way to find the number of cupcakes NOT sold? A.Add 78,45,and 93. B. Find the sum of 78 and 45. Then subtract 93. C. Find the difference ...
  12. Algebra 1

    Carlos is having a bake sale, he begins with one tray of brownies. [cut into 15 pieces] and 18 cookies. He sells 1/3 of the brownies, and 1/6 of the cookies. He is then given a box of 12 tasty cakes to sell. He sells 3/4 of the box, how much of each food will he have left? ...
  13. maths

    Please help! At a cup cake baking competition, Alan baked 55 fewer cupcakes than Tom while Sally baked twice as many cupcakes as what Alan and Tom baked together. If the three of them baked a total of 1125 cupcakes, how many cupcakes did Tom bake? Many thanks
  14. Math

    I don't know how to make an equation for this? Vanilla cookies $5/ box Chocolate cookies $3/box Mint cookies $2/box Mary was selling girl guide cookies. She sold twice as many vanilla cookies as she did chocolate cookies. She sold 75 more boxes of mint cookies as she did ...
  15. math

    Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly one color of frosting...
  16. math

    Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly one color of frosting...
  17. Algebra

    Can you please help with this question: The cheerleaders are having a bake sale to raise funds for new uniforms. The group sell cupcakes for $3 each and make a profit of $840 from the sales. If X represents the number of cupcakes the cheerleaders sold and their cooking ...
  18. Maths P5

    Daniel, Susan and Rick bought some cookies to sell. The cookies were sold at 6 for $2. Daniel sold 1/4 of the cookies. Susan sold 2/7 as many cookies as Rick. Daniel and Susan sold a total of 120 cookies. a)How many cookies did they sell altogether? b)How much did they collect...
  19. Algebra

    If you make a bunch of cookies, and ten of your friends wanted some cookies. There are, in total, 5 dozen (60) cookies. Each dozen is a different kind; chocolate chip, oatmeal, no-bake, peanutbutter, and gingerbread. If you put all 60 cookies in a tin, which I wouldn't advice ...
  20. math

    Mary is baking cookies for her school bake sale. For every 5 chocolate chip cookies she makes 2 oatmeal raisin cookies. If she keeps this ratio, and bakes 84 cookies total, what will be the ratio of chocolate chip cookies to oatmeal raisin cookies?
  21. word problem

    Ieda bakes 73 cupcakes and accidentally drops 5 of them. She divides them equally into 13 containers for a bake sale for the school band. How many cupcakes does Ieda have left?
  22. Algebra

    Please check my answers I don't need for you to give me answers just say yes or no if they are all correct TY 1. X-6=8 A. X=-2 B. x=2 C. X=-14 D. X=14🔹🔹🔹 4. -2c=-18 A. c=-9🔹🔹🔹? B. c=-36 C. c=9 D. c=36 5. 2/3x=6 A. x=9🔹&#...
  23. Algebra 1 Word Problem (Reiny)

    How am I supposed to solve this? "Sandy makes $2 profit on every cup of lemonade that she sells and $1 on every cupcake that she sells. Sandy wants to sell at least 5 cups of lemonade and at least 5 cupcakes per day. She wants to earn at least $25 per day. Show and describe ...
  24. Math

    Janna is creating a multi-tiered cupcake display for a party. She plans on having 16 cupcakes on each tier. -There is a 1-inch space between all cupcakes. -The cupcakes have a uniform width [diameter] of 3 inches. -Each tier will display the cupcakes in either 2 rows of 8, or ...
  25. Math grade 5-6

    The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has one-half chocolate icing and one-half vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred fifty black and white ...
  26. Math grade 5

    The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has one-half chocolate icing and one-half vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred fifty black and white ...
  27. Math grade 5

    The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has one-half chocolate icing and one-half vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred fifty black and white ...
  28. Algebra 1 Word Problem (Reiny)

    How am I supposed to solve and construct a graph for this problem? 1. Sandy makes $2 profit on every cup of lemonade that she sells and $1 on every cupcake that she sells. Sandy wants to sell at least 5 cups of lemonade and at least 5 cupcakes per day. She wants to earn at ...
  29. Math

    2 cups of sugar is needed for 12 cupcakes. How many cups of sugar for 4 cupcakes? I can figure out how many for 24 cupcakes and 6 cupcakes but not the 4 or 9 cupcakes.
  30. fractions

    There are 15 cupcakes 5 cupcakes are chocolate what fraction of the cupcakes are choclate
  31. math

    Write an expression for each conversion. A cupcake shop sells an average of 14 dozen cupcakes a day to about 50 customers. What is their average sales rate in cupcakes per customer?
  32. Algerbra 1

    . In your industrial oven, you bake two baking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. a. Write an expression that illustrates the total cost of all baked goods in the scenario above using the ...
  33. Algerbra 1

    3. In your industrial oven, you bake two baking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. a. Write an expression that illustrates the total cost of all baked goods in the scenario above using the ...
  34. maths

    annie bakes some cupcakes for her children. If she gives each child 8 cupcakes,she will have 2 cupcakes left.If she gives each child 9 cupcakes, she will need another 2 cupcakes. How many children does annie have? 8-2= 6 6 divide 2= 3 9-2= 8 8 x 3= 24 24 children.
  35. 6th grade math

    Can you check these, please(studying order of operations). 1. Sam bought two CDs for $13 each. Sales tax for both CDs was $3. Write an expression to show how much Sam paid in all. Ans: 13*2+3 2. Alicia made 24 chocolate chip cookies and 36 sugar cookies. Then she divided all ...
  36. Chemistry

    1. I am making holiday cookies and the recipe says that it will make 48 cookies. After eating some raw cookie dough I bake the remainder into cookies and am able to make 44 cookies. what is the percent yield?
  37. arithmetic

    Kate ate 1/3 of the cookies she made for the bake sale. IF she ate 12 cookies, how much will she make if she sells wach remaining cookie for $0.15 each?
  38. Algebra

    Josh and Racquel sold cookies and brownies at the math club bake sale. The cookies cost $0.47 each, and the brownies cost $0.60 each. They sold a total of 603 items (cookies and brownies) and raised $323.84 Write a system of equations and determine the number of cookies sold ...
  39. algebra

    Cupcakes cost $1.50 each to produce with fixed cost of $50. Express the cost C, of producing the cupcakes as a linear function of x cupcakes produced.
  40. 5th grade math

    How do I solve this problem. Should I multiply. Ms. Hodge is baking cupcakes. She uses 3/4 cups of sugar for each batch of cupcakes. she bakes 5 batches of cupcakes. How many cups of sugar did she use
  41. math

    The cheerleading squad is having a bake sale. They want to bake at least 120 cookies. They made 12 cookies the first hour and 24 cookies the second hour. a)Write an inequality that describes the scenario. Let Variable h represent the number of hours that must bake to meet or ...
  42. algebra

    Cupcakes cost $1.50 each to produce with fixed cost of $50. a) Express the cost C, of producing the cupcakes as a linear function of x cupcakes produced. b)Find the average cost, C=C/x and simplify appropriately. c) What is the horizontal asymptote of C? Interpret. d) Graph C ...
  43. Math

    Yuki made cookies on Monday. Some friends came over and ate half the cookies on Tuesday. on Wednesday, Yuki ate three cookies, and on Thursday, she took two cookies to school. By Friday, Yuki had seven cookies left. How many did she bake on Monday? Thank you so much!!
  44. Math7

    Yuki made cookies on Monday. Some friends came over and ate half the cookies on Tuesday. On wednesday,Yuki ate three cookies, and on Thursday, she took two cookies to school. By Friday, Yuki had seven cookies left. How many did she bake on Monday? Please i need help
  45. math

    shirley is making 4 dozen cookies for a bake sale .she does not want to spend more than $9 making the cookies. write and solve an inequality to find the maximum cost per dozen cookies.let c represents the maximum cost per dozen cookies.
  46. 4th grade math

    Mary purchased incredients needed to cookies. a table shows the cost for each batch of 5 dozen cookies. ($10.00 total) and the price of cookies = 1/2 dozen = $5; 1 dozen = $8 and 5 dozen = $35. question is if mary sells 3 dozen cookies. what is her profit??
  47. algebra

    In your industrial oven, you bake two cooking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. Yesterday the bakery earned $797.30 just from the sale of the cookis. Write and solve an equation that ...
  48. Dowingtown

    Mrs.Partsch prepared a variety of cookies. 1/2 of the cookies were oatmeal raisin. 1/2 of the remaining cookies were gingerbread. There were 8 triple fudge cookies. How many cookies did mrs.patsch prepare altogether
  49. math

    three friends are sharing 36 cookies. jerry states that he wants 25% of the cookies, Gary wants 1/2 of the cookies and Terry wants 0.75 of the cookies. how many cookies does each person want? can each person get what they want? Explain your answer.
  50. algebra

    In your industrial oven, you bake two cooking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. If the price of the scones are $2.28 each and the cookies are $1.19 each, how much total revenue would result ...
  51. math

    Julian baked m cookies. Each baking pan holds 12 cookies. How many baking pans were needed to bake the cookies? Please help I need a complete answer!!!
  52. math

    three frinds are sharing 36 cookies . jerry wants 25% of the cokies , gary wants 1/2 of the cookies and terry wants o.75 of the cookies . how many cookies does each person want? can they get what they want ? explain your answer
  53. Im very confused-math

    Brandon is baking cookies for a school bake sale. If he can make 2 dozen cookies in 23 minutes which is a reasonable estimate of the amount of time it will take him to make 12 dozen cookies? A) between 4 and 5 hours B) between 3 and 4 hours C) between 2 and 3 hours D) between ...
  54. math

    How do I determine how many cupcakes to bring for 28 students, using a 14 batch recipe to give each kid 3 cupcakes
  55. Math grade 2

    Mrs. Cruz baked 250 chocolate cookies.she baked 79 fewer strawberry cookies than chocolate cookies.how many strawberry cookies did she bake
  56. math

    cara baked 16 cupcakes..she gave tracy one fourth of what she had left .how many cupcakes does she have now explain how you know the answer
  57. algebra

    Suppose you are making lunches with a salami, roast beef, turkey, or ham sandwich, a bag of chips or pretzels, and cookies, brownies, or cupcakes. How many different lunches can be made?
  58. MATH

    Tara was out selling girl scout cookies. She noticed that the caramel cookies were the most popular, with lemon cookies being the next most favored. She actually sold three boxes lemons cookies for every four boxes of caramel cookies. If she sold 63 boxes of caramel cookies ...
  59. Math

    I don't understand how to get equation for this Annie was selling girl guide cookies she sold twice as many vanilla cookies as she did chocolate. She sold 75 more boxes of mint cookies than she did chocolate. Total sale of cookies = 675 how many boxes of each type of cookie ...
  60. algebra

    Ms. Baldwin likes to eat cookies. She eats 3 cookies per day. After 5 days, there are 24 cookies left in the box. Write an equation represents the story.
  61. Math

    After delivering all of those presents, the elves were ready to eat some cookies. 50% of the cookies were sugar, and the rest were gingerbread. After eating 1,600 cookies, the number of sugar cookies decreased by 20% and the gingerbread cookies decreased by 60%. How many ...
  62. math

    After delivering all of those presents, the elves were ready to eat some cookies. 50% of the cookies were sugar, and the rest were gingerbread. After eating 1,600 cookies, the number of sugar cookies decreased by 20% and the gingerbread cookies decreased by 60%. How many ...
  63. Math

    You and your roommate have timed the necessary physical operations. The first physical production step is to wash out the mixing bowl from the previous batch, add all of the ingredients, and mix them in your food processor. The mixing bowls hold ingredients for up to ...
  64. Finance Math

    Sweets Bakery makes fat-free cookies that cost $1.70 each to prepare. Sweets expects 20% of the cookies to be imperfect. Sweets wants a 40% markup on cost and produces 150 cookies. Assume that Sweets can sell the broken cookies for $1.60 each. What should Sweets charge for ...
  65. algebra

    Ms. Baldwin likes to eat cookies. She eats 3 cookies per day. After 5 days, there are 24 cookies left in the box. Write an equation represents the story in y=mx+b form
  66. 5th grade algebra word problem

    Ron made cookies for the fair. His sister made candy. Four cookies were packaged together, and 6 pieces of candy were packaged together. There were 6 more packages of packages of candy. Write an expression for the number of packages of cookies.____. Then find the value of the ...
  67. math

    The school had a bake sale to raise money. A group of 11 students bought either chocolate chip cookies for $.40 each or brownies for $.50 each. The total amount they spent was $5.10. How many chocolate chip cookies and brownies did they buy?
  68. math

    Arley’s Bakery makes fat-free cookies that cost $1.60 each. Arley expects 40% of the cookies to fall apart and be discarded. Arley wants a 35% markup on cost and produces 200 cookies. Assume that Arley can sell the broken cookies for $1.50 each. What should Arley price each ...
  69. math

    Kim bought a total of 32 cookies. Each cookie costs $.65, including tax. Of the cookies she bought, 3/8 were lemon cookies. What was the total cost of only the lemon cookies?
  70. math

    Kim bought a total of 48 cookies. Each cookie costs $.55, including tax. Of the cookies she bought, 3/8 were lemon cookies. What was the total cost of only the lemon cookies?
  71. HOW COME NO1 IS ANSWERING MY QUESTION.?

    I know people are volunteering freely but I really need help! Have patience. Some of us have girl scouts and we have to be at the booths to sell cookies. Go buy some cookies while you wait. Girl Scout cookie sale is over in three weeks, don't let is slip by. I just bought some...
  72. Maths

    Mr Sanderson makes some cookies for a festival day. She gave 1/4 of the cookies to her sister and 1/3 of the remainder to a neighbour. If she had 120 cookies left, how many cookies did she make in the beginning? Linda spent 1/4 of her money on books, 1/3 on food and 1/5 of the...
  73. Math

    A cookie recipe calls for 2/3 of a cup of flour and makes half a dozen cookies. How many cookies can you make if you have 9 cups of flour and want to use it all? I came up with an answer of 81 cookies by using a proportion. 2/3 over 6 (because half a dozen cookies is 6 cookies...
  74. math

    The lunchroom workersare giving away free cookies today. They gave the first graders 4 cookies. They gave the second graders 8 cookies. They gave the third graders 12 cookies. They gave the fourth graders 16 cookies. If the pattern continues, how many cookies will the seventh ...
  75. algebra

    Baking Cookies-Word Problem Our class planned a party for disadvantaged kids. Some of us baked cookies for the party. On the day of the party, we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two,three, four, five or six and have one cookie left over in each case. If we ...
  76. Math

    Emily hired a new employee to work in your bake shop. In one hour the employe burned 660 chocolate chip cookies. If this presented 13% of the days production, how many cookies did you plan on producing that day
  77. Math - Averages

    Deanna is selling Gal Scout cookies. Her goal is to sell an average of $90 worth of cookies each day for the next 10 days. If each box of cookies costs $2.25, and she sold an average of 44 boxes a day for the first 6 days, how many boxes must she sell, on average, for the last...
  78. math

    The cookie dough used by a bakery to make 2-ounce cookies contains an average of 32 raisins per pound of dough. the bakery sells cookies in bags of a dozen. suppose that customers complain if one or more of the cookies in a bag contains no raisins. over the long run, about ...
  79. 5th grade math

    Edna baked cookies. She ate 1/5 of the cookies and gave 1/3 of the cookies to Patty. What fraction of Edna's cookies are left?
  80. MATH

    three brothers try to divide some cookies. The oldest brother gets half of the cookies and half of a cookie. The middle brother gets half of the cookies that are left and half of a cookie. The youngest brother gets half of the cookies that are left and half of a cookie. How ...
  81. math

    Ms.Montoya class baked cookies for school festival.They sold three fifths of the cookies on Thursday and one fourth of the cookies on Friday.If there were 24 cookies left after Friday,how many cookies did Ms.Montoya baked?
  82. Math

    Dick just hired a new employee to work in your bakeshop. In one hour the employee burned 55 chocolate chip cookies. If this represented 15% of the day’s production, how many cookies did you plan on producing that day? I am getting the answer as 36666 cookies
  83. Math

    Fay bakes 32 cupcakes. She puts them in a box that has 5rows , with 5cupcakes in each row . How many cupcakes do not fit in the box? The answer: 5*5=25
  84. Math

    2.You are trying to decide how to most efficiently use your oven. You do not want the oven running at a high temperature when it is not baking, but you also do not want to waste a lot of time waiting for the oven to reach the desired baking temperature. The instruction manual ...
  85. Math

    taniqua baked 76 cookies. if there were 19 cookies in each batch, how many batches did she bake?
  86. math

    Max is having a party with 38 people. He wants enough cupcakes to feed everyo.ne. If cupcakes are sold in packs of 6, how many packs will he need to buy? Put the answer in a complete sentence.
  87. math

    draw a diagram of this statement. three fifths of the baker 60 cookies were chocolate cookies (a) how many of the baker cookies were chocolate? (b) what percent of the bakers cookies were not chocolate cookies
  88. 7th grade math

    Shelly and Melissa spent Saturday morning making chocolate chip cookies. They counted the cookies and discovered they had made 53 of them. Then Shelly decided to divide the cookies. Since Shelly was five years older than Melissa, it seemed natural for her to get five more ...
  89. Math

    Cathy made 25 cupcakes for the friends at her party. If only 4/5 of her friends showed up, how many cupcakes does she have left?
  90. Math

    Ben has 4 people in his family. They have 6 cupcakes left to eat. How many cupcakes will each person get to eat?
  91. math

    writing algebraic expressions: 1. there were 3 times more sugar cookies baked than chocolate chip cookies 2. the kids ate 10 fewer cookies than the number of pies they made to sell 3. kino & sandra made 12 more pounds of cookie dough than tommy
  92. Algebra

    Yesterday a store earned $797.30 just from the sale of cookies. Write and solve an equation that represents how many cookies were sold. c= $797.30/$1.19 c=670 cookies were sold
  93. pre-algebra

    at a scxhool bake sale ,450$ was collected for selling muffins,brownies,and jumbo cookies.the cost of one any item was 2 buycks. 3 times as many brownies were as sold as muffins. 5 times as many cookies were sold as many cookies were sold as muffins. how many of each item was ...
  94. math

    azul decided to sell cookies to raise money for the needy. she spent $9 at the supermarket for the ingredients. azul then sold 43 cookies at $0.76 each. the profit from the cookies was then donated to the needy. how much did she donate?
  95. math

    Amy has 17 employees on her staff. She gave 3 chocolate chip cookies and 2 peanut butter cookies to each employee. What is the total number of cookies she gave away?
  96. math

    Sam has 18 employees on his staff. He gave 2 chocolate chip cookies and 5 peanut butter cookies to each employee. What is the total number of cookies he gave away?
  97. math

    you are baking cookies. recipe 2 cup sugar 1-1/2 cup flour 2 eggs a- you make one and one-half batches of cookies, how many eggs have you used? Answer- 2 eggs b- Each batch makes 24 cookies. you make x batches of cookies but eat 5 cookies as you are baking. Write an expression...
  98. Math

    Flora traveled 795miles from Dalls to Atlanta . then she traveled 841miles from Atlanta to new york . About how many miles did Flora travel in all? Answer,, 795+841=1636 The answer ,,,add or multipiy. 2/ A square box holds 49 teniss balls. What multiplication fact goes with ...
  99. Math

    It is a story problem. Courtney has 27 chocolate chip cookies and 36 oatmeal raisin cookies. She needs to arrange them on trays. She doesnt want to combine either type of cookies and she wants the same number on each tray. What is the largest number of cookies she can hve on ...
  100. Math lovely Math

    A boy had a box of animal crackers. He counted them out and found 20 cookies. 7 elephant cookies 6 tiger cookies 5 monkey cookies 2 zebra cookies Suppose the boy put all the cookies back into the box and took 1 out without looking. What is the probability of him choosing.. An ...
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