1. MATH

    A company sells cardboard that is nine and one-eighth millimeters thick. Write an equation to solve for the number of sheets of cardboard, c, in a pile that is two hundred fifty-five and one-half millimeters thick. What must be done to both sides to solve
  2. math

    A company sells cardboard that is nine and one-eighth millimeters thick. Write an equation to solve for the number of sheets of cardboard, c, in a pile that is two hundred fifty-five and one-half millimeters thick. What must be done to both sides to solve
  3. MATH

    A company sells cardboard that is thick. Write an equation to solve for the number of sheets of cardboard, c, in a pile that is thick. What must be done to both sides to solve the equation?
  4. Math

    The layer of gold coating on a ring should be 0.03 millimeters thick when the ring is completed. A coating of 0.021 millimeters has already been applied. How many more millimeters of gold coating must be added to finish the ring? A. 0.18 millimeters B.
  5. Math

    The Abc company sells bottles of shampoo for $9 each. It costs the company $3 to make each bottle and they have fixed costs of $4700 each month. If x represents the number of bottles the company makes and sells each month, write he company's profit
  6. math

    The relationship described below can be modeled using an equation. Identify the variables and write an equation to solve the questions below. Number of subscriptions sold/ pay per wk 5 150 10 200 15 250 20 300 25 350 Sheryl has a part-time job working for
  7. Math

    Please show me how to set it up and to solve: A cell phone company sells about 500 phones each week when it charges $75 per phone. It sells about 20 more phones per week for each $1 decrease in price. The company's revenue is the product of the number of
  8. Math

    Isaac gets paid $400.00 per week plus a commission $10.00 for every item he sells. Write the equation that shows the relationship between the number of items he sells and his weekly income.
  9. Math

    you use a rectangular piece of cardboard 20 in by 30 to construct a box. you square the sides x in. from each corner of the piece of cardboard and then fold up the sides to form the bottom. A. write a function A to represent the area of the base of the box
  10. Math Calculus Word Problem

    an 18 inch by 20 inch sheet of cardboard is cut and folded to make a box for the great pecan company. a. write a polynomial funtion to model the volume of the box. how can i graph this? c. the company wants the box to have a volume of 224 cubic inches.
  11. math

    setup an equation or expression to model the situation below: in one year, sales for a company increase at a constant rate. after two months, the company sells 12,500 products, and after 8 months, the company sells 30,000 products. If the constant rate of
  12. Algebra

    Jan is a photographer. She earns $42.50 for each picture she sells. It costs Jan $850.00 per month to maintain her photography lab. Write an equation that represents the relationship between Jan's monthly profit (P) and the number of pictures (x) she
  13. MATH ! plzz help

    A wireless phone company charges a monthly fee of $39.99 plus $0.49 per minute for usage that exceeds the included minutes. Write an equation for the monthly cost 'c' in terms of the number of exceeded minutes 'm'.Solve the equation to find the cost when
  14. algebra 2

    1. 5x+2>3x+10 =x>4 2. 8+2x< or equal too 6x-20 x> or equal too 7 3. 4(1-3n)-14>4(2n+3)-9n =? 4-12n-14>8n+12-9n 5. x/4<9 x<9*4=36 x<36 6. a/9>or equal to -15 a> or equal too -135 7. -p/7>-9 -p>-63 p<-63 8. -t/12>
  15. math-light

    An object 5 millimeters high is located 15 millimeters in front of a plane mirror. How far from the mirror is the image located? A. 5.0 millimeters B. 7.5 millimeters C. 15 millimeters D. 30 millimeters
  16. math

    DQ sells 6 times as many orders of french fries as sonic everyday. If both sold 60 more orders DQ would only sell 3 times as many fries. How many do each sell before and after the incease? math - DrBob222, Wednesday, December 23, 2009 at 4:34pm S = number
  17. science

    1. An object 5 millimeters high is located 15 millimeters in front of a plane mirror. How far from the mirror is the image located? A. 5.0 millimeters B. 7.5 millimeters C. 15 millimeters D. 30 millimeters
  18. math

    Deandre is a software salesman. His base salary is $1900 , and he makes an additional $50 for every copy of English is Fun he sells. Let P represent his total pay (in dollars), and let N represent the number of copies of English is Fun he sells. Write an
  19. Algebra/Pre-calculus (Quadratic Equations)

    A theatre company allows a group of 10 people to buy theatre tickets at a price of $28 per person. For each person in excess of 10, the price is decreased by $2 per person for everyone down to a minimum of $10 per person. What number of people will produce
  20. ALGEBRA CHECK ANSWERS

    Solve each equation by graphing the related function. If the equation has no real-number solution, write no solution. NOTE: when I write + it has a minus on the bottom too x^2+7=0 a. x= +7 b. x = +3.5 c. x= 0 d. no solution *** 3x^2=0 a. +3 b. +1/3 c. 0
  21. math

    daniel collects $87.00 by selling paperback books for $0.50 each and hardcover for $4.00 each. let p be the number of paperback books he sells and h be the number of hardcover books he sells write an equation to represent this situation.
  22. Principles of Business

    Identify and discuss THREE features which could be used in determining if a company operates in a perfect competition. 1) The company produces something "generic" (e.g., mill lumber) that is also produced by several other compeating companies. 2) The
  23. Physical Science/light

    An object 5 millimeters high is located 15 millimeters in front of a plane mirro. How far from the mirror is the image located? The focal length f of a plane mirror is infinity and 1/f = 0. The optical equation becomes 1/Do + I/Di = 1/f = 0 Do is the
  24. Algebra

    Two companies sell software products. In 2010. Company 1 had total sales of $17.2 million. Its marketing department projects that sales will increase by $1.5 million per year for the next several years. Company 2 had total sales of $9.6 million for
  25. Math

    Your company determines that the number of students S in thousands in the United States from 1990 to 2003 the participate in high school athletic programs can be modeled by the equation S= .021x^5-.572x^4+3.3x^3+16.173x^2-1.674x+5267. 1. Create a tableof
  26. math

    Scenario: Regression equations are created by modeling data, such as the following: Sales = (Cost Per Item × Number of Items) – Constant Charges In this equation, constant charges may be rent, salaries, or other fixed costs. This includes anything that
  27. Algebra

    Use the given information to write an equation. let x represent the number described in the exercise. The difference between two-fifths of a number and 5 is seven-fifths of that number. write the equation and solve.
  28. math

    Phone company A charges $20 per month plus $.15 per minute used. Phone company B charges $35 per month plus $.10 per minute used. Write and solve an equation to find the number of minutes you must use to have the same cost for both phone palns
  29. Math 10C

    Janet needs a rectangular piece of cardboard measuring 21 ft by 24 ft for a school project. a) What is the area of the cardboard in square feet? b) What is the area of the cardboard in square yards? Show your calculations in two different ways. c) The
  30. science

    An object 5 millimeters high is located 15 millimeters in front of a plane mirror. How far from the mirror is the image located? using the lens equation.. 1/f= 1/o + 1/i here, o is fifteen cm, focal length for a plane mirror is infintity, so 0=1/15 + 1/i
  31. college algebra

    Using Systems of Equations. Please help!!! I'm not sure what steps to do, to work this problem. #7) Five hundred tickets were sold for a school play, which generated $3560 in revenue. The prices of the tickets were $5 for children, $7 for students, and $10
  32. science

    a nickel is about 2 millimeters thick,or 2/1,000 of a metter. how many nanometers is?
  33. science

    a nickel is about 2 millimeters thick,or 2/1,000 of a metter. how many nanometers is?
  34. science

    a nickel is about 2 millimeters thick,or 2/1,000 of a metter. how many nanometers is?
  35. math

    The relationship described below can be modeled using an equation. Identify the variables and write an equation to solve the questions below. Number of Credits Fees 3 2000 6 2600 9 3200 12 3800 15 4400 a) Write an equation to calculate the fees F when the
  36. Algebra

    I have 3 questions with my answers and would like you to check them. If they're wrong, then please provide and explanation to how to do them. Thank you tutors. Write each sentence as an equation. 1. Eight less than 1/3 a number n is -13. My answer: 1/3-8n
  37. Math

    A piece of cardboard has a length of 60cm and a width of 40cm. In order to make the cardboard into an open box, a box with no lid), a piece of length x must be cut out of each corner. Write an equation to represent each dimension of the box.
  38. math

    A manufacturing company manufactures a cardboard box with a square base and a height of 15 inches. Suppose the equation 2 x x 60 7,200 0 can be used to find the length and width of the base of the box, each measuring x inches. Use the zero product property
  39. Need all the help i can get

    Hi i'm pretty new to this and i don't know what to do?So i put these questions up im not sure if my answers will show up because i used color letters, but i need help checking and explaining steps N 108 is 36% of what number? Write and solve a proportion
  40. Math

    A company will make a cereal box with whole number dimensions and a volume of 100 cubic centimeters. If cardboard costs $0.05 per 100 square centimeters, what is the least cost to make 100 boxes? Please help me, I have no clue how to solve.
  41. algebra

    A rectangular prism has a volume of 750 cubic millimeters. Its length is 15 millimeters, and its width is 10 millimeters. What is its height
  42. College Algebra

    Can you please help me solve this word problem? Your boss has asked you to come up with a price model for one of the cell phone models that your company produces. In the model, costs and length of service are directly related. You are also asked to examine
  43. Geometry

    Company "A" sells soil at 11 cents per cubic foot. While company "B" sells it at 3 dollars per cubic yard. You need to have 20 cubic yards of soil planted. What is the better company to go with? and how much will you save?
  44. Chemistry

    Can anyone help and check my answers? A. 8.43 cm to millimeters--- 84.3 millimeters. B. 2.41x10^2 cm to meterss--- 0.0241 meters. C. 294.5 nm to centimeters--- I don't know how to concert this. D. 1.445x10^4 m to kilometers--- 0.001443 Kilometers. E. 235.3
  45. MAT/116

    I was just wandering if this was correct? 1. Your company is planning to spend no less than $80,000 and no more than $100,000 on a landscaping project, which will be used as a promotional park that promotes your toaster manufacturing company. Write an
  46. MAT/116

    I was just wandering if this was correct? 1. Your company is planning to spend no less than $80,000 and no more than $100,000 on a landscaping project, which will be used as a promotional park that promotes your toaster manufacturing company. Write an
  47. Math

    36 is equal to 45% of a number n. Write and solve an equation to find n. Write the percent as a decimal. Equation=? n=? My friend and I are both stumped on this question.
  48. math

    Kevin and Zach are playing a number guessing game. Kevin says, "I am thinking of a number. If you double it and then subtract one, the result is 7." a) Write an equation that Zach could solve to find Kevin's number. b) Explain the steps Zach could use to
  49. math

    The Math-Is-Fun T-shirt Company manufactures and sells screen-printed t-shirts. The fixed costs of operation for the company are $75,750 per month. T-shirts are sold to wholesale buyers for $8.99 each, but only cost the company $3.20 each to produce. If
  50. Common Core Math7

    A school store has 1,200 pencils in stock and sells and average of 25 pencils per day. The manager reorders when the number of pencils in stock is 500. Write and solve an equation to find out how many days will pass before the manager needs to order more
  51. Math

    In a study of 800 men,diastolic blood pressure was found to be approximately normally distributed, with a mean of 84 millimeters (mm) of mercury and standard deviation of 10 millimeters. Use the 68-95-99.7% rule to determine what percentage of the test
  52. algebra

    A consumer electronics company sells 6.7 million MP3 players per month at a price of $100 apiece; when the price is lowered to $80, the company sells 10.2 million players per month. How many MP3 players can the company expect to sell per month at a price
  53. Math 1

    In a study of 500 men, diastolic blood pressure was found to be approximately normally distributed, with a mean of 82 millimeters (mm) of mercury and standard deviation of 10 millimeters. Use the 68-95-99.7% rule to determine what percentage of the test
  54. Statistics

    You have the following information about 7 pizzas in the oven:3 of 7 pizza are thick crust, and of these one has only sausage and2 mushroom. the remaining four are regular crust, and of these 2have only sausage and 2 have only mushroom. choose a pizza at
  55. Math- urgent

    One more than 3 times a number is the same as 5 times the number, decreased by 15. Find the number. • Assign the variable • Write an equation • Solve equation
  56. math

    1. Suppose you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. a) The sales representative informs you that there are two floor plans still available, and that there are a total of 115
  57. math

    i need to approximate profit in this equation 3. Hot Rocks Music sells CDs. If the profit can be approximated by following equation: , where x represents the number of thousands of CDs sold. Approximately, how many CDs must be sold in order for the company
  58. I have already answered half of it. MATH!!

    1. Suppose you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. a) The sales representative informs you that there are two floor plans still available, and that there are a total of 115
  59. math

    a company manufactures a toy at a cost of Rm2 per unit and sells them for Rm x per unit.if the number sold is 800/x^2 per month,find the value of x for which the company could expect to maximise its monthly profit.
  60. Algebra 1 (Ms. Sue)

    1). Solve each equation. 17 = w - 4 2/3s = -6 1/3y + 1/4 = 5/12 x/8 - 1/2 = 6 5/6x - 1/3 = 5/2 2). In 1668, the Hope diamond was reduced from its original weight by about 45 carats, resulting in a diamond weighing about 67 carats. Write and solve an
  61. algebra

    solve for x (24+2x)(10+2x) - 240 = 152 First multiply. 24(10) = ___ 2x (2x) = ____ Now subtract 240. Can you finish the problem from here? dont i need to put this in equatic equation to solve for x. cause i need to find the width of a small rectangle
  62. Algebra 1

    My little sister needs help on her homework and I don't remember really how to do this. I can't tell her if the answers or if she is doing them is the correct way. So if you could please tell me the answer and how you got it that would be great!
  63. pre algebra

    1. Solve the equation. –9v – 5 = –95 (1 point) 17 11 10 –10 2. Solve the equation. x over four – 5 = –8 (1 point) –27 –12 –7 12 3. Solve the equation. p over five + 6 = 10 (1 point) 44 30 20 –20 4. Solve the equation. –2(m – 30) =
  64. math

    A car rental company charges $280 per week plus $0.18 per mile to rent a car. How many miles can you travel in one week for $433? A) Write an equation you can use to answer this question. Be sure all the numbers given above appear in your equation. Use x
  65. Math

    40-3n=-23 what is n? 2/3-6h=-13/6 what is h? write as a equation,then solve. the quotient of a number and 2, minus 9, is 14 a number decreased by 7 and then divided by 5 is 13 the sum of 15 and 7 times a number is 99
  66. math

    A supply company sells packs of paper by the box. Each box contains the same number of packs of paper, P. Which equation could be used to find the total number of packs of paper, T, that would be in B boxes ordered?
  67. Algebra

    Ann sells apples and Beth sells oranges. Today, half the number of apples than Ann sold was fifteen less than thrice as much the number of oranges that Beth sold. Can someone explain to me what this means and how to do it pretty please? I really need help
  68. Algebra

    If 4.7 plus 3.2 times a number equals the sum of the number and 52.7 what is the number write out the equation and solve.
  69. MATH

    11.) A company produces a product for which the variable cost is $12.30 per unit and the fixed costs are $98,000. The product sells for $17.98. Let x be the number of units produced and sold. a.) the total cost for a business is th sum of the variable cost
  70. PreCalc

    Consider the tip of each hand of a clock. Find the linear velocity in millimeters per second for each hand. a. second hand which is 30 millimeters. b. minute hand which is 27 millimeters long. c. hour hand which is 18 millimeters long. Please tell me how
  71. Math

    1) -5g-6 for g = -2 2) Write an algebraic expression for the sum of 3 Coins and c Coins 3) What Value of x is a solution to the equation? x-2 = 16 4) use mental math to solve the equation. z/-12 = -5 5) estimate the solution of the equation x-8.1 = 5.3 to
  72. MATH PLEASE HELP

    1) -5g-6 for g = -2 2) Write an algebraic expression for the sum of 3 Coins and c Coins 3) What Value of x is a solution to the equation? x-2 = 16 4) use mental math to solve the equation. z/-12 = -5 5) estimate the solution of the equation x-8.1 = 5.3 to
  73. Physical Science

    Need help please. the once with the ( ) is my answer but i am not sure if it right. Thanks for your help. 15. If the distance from a converging lens to the object is less than the focal length of the lens, the image will be A. real, inverted, and larger
  74. Algebra 1

    little help? 1)The function g(t) = 2t represents the number of guitar lessons, g(t), you can complete in t months. How many guitar lessons can you complete in 7 months? 2)A taco stand sells tacos for $3.25 each. The stand’s expenses for the day are $210.
  75. math

    the inventor charges $4.00 per unit, then her profit for producing and selling x units is given by the function P(x) = 2.25x - 7000 (a) What is her profit if she sells 2000 units? (b) What is per profit if she sells 5000 units? (c) What is the break-even
  76. math

    A bakery sells 5800 muffins in 2010. The bakery sells 7420 muffins in 2015. Write a linear model that represents the number y y of muffins that the bakery sells x x years after 2010
  77. Math

    What is the surface area of the prism? It's A right rectangular prism has a length of 15 millimeters, width of 3 millimeters, and height of 4 millimeters.
  78. Precalculus

    1. Consider the curve y=x^2. a. write down (dy)/(dx) My answer: 2x The point P(3,9) lies on the curve y=x^2. b. Find the gradient of the tangent to the curve at P. My answer: 2*3=6 c. Find the equation of the normal to the curve at P. Give your answer in
  79. college

    Answer the problems below and show or explain how you arrived at your final answer. 1. You sell premium toasters and are making a pricing decision. At a price of $100 (or “p = $100”) you predict that you can sell 30 of these premium toasters at your
  80. Math/Management

    MeanBeats is a company that manufactures and sells electronic musical equipment. Their headphone product line consists of two products, Reverbia and Bscape. MeanBeats sells the headphones to retailers at $600 and $300 per pack for Reverbia and Bscape,
  81. Algebra

    ARE THESE CORRECT? Over the yrs, the O'Connell Company has been switching from typewriters to computers. At once time the company had 815 typewriters which were wearing out at a rate of about 60 per year. At the same time, they had 500 computers and were
  82. Math

    Manuela is having mugs made for a fundraiser. The cup company will make them for $4.50 each with no set-up charges. Write and solve an equation to find how many mugs Manuela can have made for the two company prices to be the same. *** Please help :)******
  83. Algebra

    A cookie company uses one cup of sugar for every 35 cookies it makes. Let represent the total number of cups of sugar used, and let represent the number of cookies made. Write an equation relating to , and then graph your equation using the axes below.
  84. algebra

    A cookie company uses one cup of sugar for every cookies it makes. Let represent the total number of cups of sugar used, and let represent the number of cookies made. Write an equation relating to , and then graph your equation using the axes below.
  85. Math (equations and Graphs)

    A cookie company uses one cup of sugar for every 35 cookies it makes. Let S represent the total number of cups of sugar used, and let N represent the number of cookies made. Write an equation relating S to N, and then graph your equation.
  86. Math

    Write and solve a system of equations for each situation. 1.Your school sells tickets for its winter concert. Student tickets are $5 and adult tickets are $10. If your school sells 85 ticket and makes $600, how many of each ticket did they sell? -Could
  87. Math

    The fixed cost is $500,000 and the variable cost is $.50 per cd. The company sells each CD to record stores for $5. X represents the number of cds produced and sold. How many disks must be sold for the company to break even?
  88. Math

    Two phone companies offer discount rates to students. The first company wants $9.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for long distance calls. The second company wants $12.95 per month plus $.08 per minute for long distance calls. Write a linear equation
  89. Math Help!!

    Two phone companies offer discount rates to students. The first company wants $9.95 per month plus $.10 per minute for long distance calls. The second company wants $12.95 per month plus $.08 per minute for long distance calls. Write a linear equation
  90. Math

    A theatre company allows a group of 10 people to buy theatre tickets at a price of $28 per person. For each person in excess of 10, the price is decreased by $2 per person for everyone down to a minimum of $10 per person. What number of people will produce
  91. Math

    1.) Mickey’s restaurant sells hamburgers. The amount charged for a hamburger (h) is based on the cost for a plain hamburger plus an additional charge for each topping (t) as shown in the equation that follows: h = 0.60t + 5 What does the number 0.60
  92. Math

    I am having trouble on this question. a cable TV company charges $24.95 per month for basic service and $6.95 per month for each premium channel. a customer's bill for one month is $45.80. write and solve an equation to find the number of premium chnnels
  93. MircroEconomics - Production & Cost

    Please check my answers if they are correct! If not, please make corrections. Thank you! Bob, owner of Bob’s Auto, sells cars. The number of car sales is represented by y. Bob buys autos at a price of A each and has no other costs. He only buys as many
  94. Math

    Write an equation to represent the relationship " a number decreased by 7 is the same thing as 28" and then solve the equation
  95. Math

    Can someone please help me? 33 1/3% of 7,500 is what number? (Write the equation and solve it ) this is my equation: 33 1/3% = 7500 100 Base= x
  96. math

    2. Simplify. Please be sure to show all of your work. -3(-9) – |-5 – 3 3. Simplify. Please show all of your work 9c^3+7c-(3c^3-12+c) 4. Solve 4x- 3(5x-8) =23-9(x+2) . Please show all of your work 5. Solve the following equation for z. Please show all
  97. alg

    the thickness of a book is determined by the thickness of its cover and its pages. the front and back covers of a book like this one are each about 3 mm thick and every 25 pages adds an additional millimeter to the thickness. let nb be the number of pages
  98. 7th grade math Ms. Sue please last questions

    19. Julia is allowed to watch no more than 5 hours of television a week. So far this week, she has watched 1.5 hours. Write and solve an inequality to show how many hours of television Julia can still watch this week. 20. You are a member of your local
  99. math

    A company that makes thing-a-ma-bobs has a start up cost of $ 1399. It costs the company $ 1.87 to make each thing-a-ma-bob. The company charges $ 5.89 for each thing-a-ma-bob. Let x denote the number of thing-a-ma-bobs produced. 1. Write the cost function
  100. Algebra College

    1. Suppose you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. a) The sales representative informs you that there are two floor plans still available, and that there are a total of 56