A size 36 shoe in France is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in France to those in England is g(x)=3x-94/4. A size 6 shoe in the United States is size 3.5 in England. A function

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  1. algebra

    the pressure (p) that a 160-pound person's shoe exerts on the ground when walking varies inversely with area (a) of the sole of the shoe. when the shoes have a sole area of 40 sq. in., the pressure is 4 pounds per sq. in. what is the sole area of the sole

  2. Math

    There are 12 students interested in creating a shoe shining club. There will be a president, a vice-president, 2 shoe shiners, 2 polish selectors, and the rest will work on advertising. How many ways can these positions be filled? I did:

  3. Math

    In the US shoe sizes and foot length are related byt he formula s=3f-24 where s represents the shoe size and f represents the foot in length in inches Solve this formula for f, foot length in terms of s, shoe size

  4. physics

    As a woman walks, her entire weight is momentarily supported on the heel of one shoe. Calculate the pressure exerted on the floor by a high-heel shoe worn by a 50-kg woman if the heel has an area of 2.0cm^2. Express the pressure in newtons per square meter

  5. Physics

    Emma is working in a shoe test lab measuring the coefficient of friction for tennis shoes on a variety of surfaces. The shoes are pushed against the surface with a force of 400 N, and a sample of the surface material is then pulled out from under the shoe

  6. statistics

    Suppose a random sample of size 50 is selected from a population with σ = 10. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite

  7. Physics

    A parachutist descending at a speed of 10.0 m/s loses a shoe at an altitude of 40.0 m. (Assume the positive direction is upward.) when does the shoe reach the ground??

  8. Math

    A new shoe comes in two colors, black or red, and in sizes from 5 to 12, including half sizes. If a pair of the shoes chosen at random for a store display, what is the probability it will be red and size 9 or larger?

  9. Physics

    A parachutist descending at a speed of 19.6 m/s loses a shoe at an altitude of 41.6 m. What is the velocity of the shoe just before it hits the ground? The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2. Answer in units of m/s

  10. Math Ms. Sue please

    7. Which of the following types of information is NOT suited for display on a scatter plot? (1 point) relationship between age and number of books read in a year relationship between height and shoe size relationship between calories consumed and body

  11. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    Sarah opened a shoe shop in Los Angeles, California to sell the shoes she designs. Which of the following statements is an example of cultural diffusion related to Sarah's business? First-year profits for Sarah's Shoe Shop were 50 percent higher than

  12. algebra

    A shoe company wants to gauge opinions of a new shoe design. They send out 100 pairs to people in four different cities, but because of cost constraints they can interview only 40 people total. They randomly choose 10 people from each city to interview.

  13. Math

    There are four brown shoes and 10 black shoes on the floor. your puppy cares away two shoes and puts one shoe in the trashcan and one in the laundry basket. a. What is the probability that there will be a black shoe in the trash and a brown shoe in the

  14. Physics

    King Kong carries Fay Wray up the 321 m tall Empire State Building. At the top of the skyscraper, Fay Wray’s shoe is knocked off with an initial upwards velocity of 5.1 and falls towards the ground. With what final velocity will the shoe be moving when

  15. math

    You interview your family members at a picnic and record their ages and shoe sizes. The data is shown in the table. Which number describes how widely spread out their ages are? A) 10 B) 12 C) 17.9 D) 37 x (age) y (size) 8 7 9 8 10 9 8 9 14 9 15 11 10 10 33

  16. math

    A new shoe comes in two colors, black or red, and in sizes from 5 to 12, including half sizes. If a pair of the shoes is chosen at random for a store display, what is the probability it will be red and size 9 or larger?

  17. PHYSICS HELP!!

    #2.) Draw a free body diagram for the following situation: a.) A 0.15 kg running shoe is pushed to the right, with a constant velocity, across a wet concrete floor with an applied force of 3.5 N. b.) Calculate the normal force exerted by the concrete onto

  18. algebra

    which relationship can best described as casual? (1)height and intelligence (2)shoe size and running speed (3)number of correct answers on a test and test score (4)number of students in a class and number of students with brown hair

  19. causal

    which relationship can best described as causal? (1)height and intelligence (2)shoe size and running speed (3)number of correct answers on a test and test score (4)number of students in a class and number of students with brown hair

  20. THEORY OF MECHINE

    a brake shoe applied to a drum by a lever ab which is pivoted at a fixed point a and rigidly fixed to the shoe. The radius of the drum is 160mm. The coefficient of friction at the brake lining is 0.3. If the drum rotates clockwise, find the braking torque

  21. B -tech

    Fig. Shows a brake shoe applied to a drum by a lever ab which is pivoted at a fixed point a and rigidly fixed to the shoe. The radius of the drum is 160mm. The coefficient of friction at the brake lining is 0.3. If the drum rotates clockwise, find the

  22. Grade 3 science

    Are cotton balls a better insulator than paper. I say cotton balls but the teacher wants me to write a hypothese which I did and explain how I would test it. I know cotton is a better insulator because it is used in materials can you give me a test or

  23. Algebra

    The table shows men's shoe sizes in the United States and the corresponding European shoe sizes. Let y = f(x)represent the function that gives the men's European shoe size in terms of x, the men's U.S. size. Men's U.S. shoe size, Men's European shoe size 8

  24. Math

    The table shows men's shoe sizes in the United States and the corresponding European shoe sizes. Let y = f(x)represent the function that gives the men's European shoe size in terms of x, the men's U.S. size. Men's U.S. shoe size, Men's European shoe size 8

  25. Statistics

    In a murder trial in Los Angeles, a shoe expert stated that the range of heights of men with a size 12 shoe is 72 inches to 76 inches. Suppose the heights of all men wearing size 12 shoes are normally distributed with a mean of 73.5 inches and a standard

  26. science

    A model of the solar system shows the sun as a loaf of bread. What size is everything else in this model? (1 point) A the size of a nickel B the size of a pile of bread crumbs C the size of a shoe D the size of a basketball

  27. Math Help

    The average size 8 shoe is approximately 8 1/2 inches plus or minus a quarter of an inch . Write and solve an absolute value inequality that shows the range of possible lengths of a person'a foot that would wear a size 8.

  28. Maths

    The average cost of an item is defined as the total cost to produce it divided by the number of units produced .A shoe company that pays $240,000 in rent and employee salaries per year figures it also must pay $3.50 in materials per shoe set it produces.

  29. math

    The Following Table gives the sales for the Sasquatch Men's Shoe store: Shoe Size , Frequency (number of pairs sold) 4 , 8 5 , 12 6 , 31 7 , 50 8 , 58 9 , 46 10 , 37 11 , 14 12 , 11 1)determine the mean for the distribution, correct to 2 decimal places. 2)

  30. Physics

    The coil in the figure below contains 425 turns and has an area per turn of 3.00 10-3 m2. The magnetic field is 0.21 T, and the current in the coil is 0.27 A. A brake shoe is pressed perpendicularly against the shaft to keep the coil from turning. The

  31. Physics

    Emma is working in a shoe test lab measuring the coefficient of friction for tennis shoes on a variety of surfaces. The shoes are pushed against the surface with a force of 400 N, and a sample of the surface material is then pulled out from under the shoe

  32. Math

    The shoe box has a base with an area of 147.2 cm2. What equation can be used to find the volume of the shoe box? The length is 18.4 cm, the height is 11 cm and the width is 8 cm.

  33. science

    Which of the following scenarios would create the most friction between the two surfaces? one choice answer. A. a shoe with a rubber sole moving against a smooth tile floor B. a shoe with a wooden sole moving against a smooth tile floor C. a shoe with a

  34. writing

    I am trying to write and essay with the topic: Discuss the influence that advertising has had on your life or te lives of your friends. My thesis is Shoe advertisements have influenced me to spend more money than food advertisements. My points for

  35. Scatter plots

    Which of the following types of information is NOT suited for display on a scatter plot? 1. relationship between age and number of books read in a year 2. relationship between height and shoe size 3. relationship between calories consumed and body weight

  36. Math

    One brand of canned salmon is sold in four different sizes. Size A The 7 1/5 -ounce can costs $3.49. Size B The 16 1/2 -ounce can costs $6.49. Size C The 24 3/4 -ounce can costs $8.49. Size D The 30 2/3 -ounce can costs $10.99. What is the unit rate for

  37. Statistics

    Sampling Distribution of 𝒙̅ 3. A Suppose a random sample of size 80 is selected from a population with s = 8. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate).

  38. prpblem solving

    A customer enters a store & purchases slippers for $5, paying for the purchase with $20 bill. The merchant, unable to make change, ask the grocer next door to change the bill. The merchant then gives the customer the slippers & $15 change. After the

  39. Spanish

    how do you say the shoe store or shoe store in Spanish

  40. math

    The data in the table illustrates a linear function. What is the slope of the linear function? x| 0| 2|4|6 y|-5|-2|1|4 Please shoe me how to figure this out? Thank you.

  41. Economics (39)

    Suppose a random sample of size 40 is selected from a population with = 9. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite (to

  42. algebra

    A size 36 shoe in France is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in France to those in England is g(x)=3x-94/4. A size 6 shoe in the United States is size 3.5 in England. A function the converts shoe sizes in England to those in the

  43. algebra

    Help! A size 36 shoe in France is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in France to those in England is . A size 6 shoe in the United States is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in England to those in the United

  44. Algebra

    A size 36 shoe in France is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in France to those in England is g(x)= 3x-94/4. A size 6 shoe in the United States is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in England to those in the

  45. Algebra

    A size 36 shoe in France is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in France to those in England is g(x)= 3x-94/4. A size 6 shoe in the United States is size 3.5 in England. A function that converts shoe sizes in England to those in the

  46. fourth grade math

    After making a dot plot, Julie asked Kevin what size shoe he wore. She then added together the total of all the shoe sizes including Kevin's. The total was 139. What size shoe does Kevin wear?

  47. algebra

    A person's adult height can be guessed from knowing his/her shoe size by the equation H= 1.6s + 4.3 where H is the person's adult height in feet and s is the persons shoe size. this equation has a margin of error of ±3.5 inches. for the problems below,

  48. Math

    Fernando surveyed a group of people to find their shoe size and the number of children in their family. He graphed the ordered pairs (shoe size, number of children) for each person. Which of the scatter plots most likely represents his graph?

  49. algebra please help

    person's adult height can be guessed from knowing his/her shoe size by the equation H= 1.6s + 4.3 where H is the person's adult height in feet and s is the persons shoe size. this equation has a margin of error of ±3.5 inches. for the problems below, the

  50. algebra Revised

    A person's adult height can be guessed from knowing his/her shoe size by the equation H= 1.6s + 4.3 where H is the person's adult height in feet and s is the persons shoe size. this equation has a margin of error of ±3.5 inches. for the problems below,

  51. math

    A new shoe comes in two colors, grey or navy, and in sized 6 to 14, including half sizes.if a pair of the shoe is chosen at random for a store display, what is the probability it will be navy and size 10 or larger?

  52. precalc

    A shoe manufacturer markets a new athletic shoe in a community of 500,000 people. The marketing representative convinces 35% of the community to buy the shoe. Additionally, each customer convinces 35% of his or her friends that have not bought the shoe to

  53. algebra

    write the inequality statement. The range of shoe sizes in geometry class is size 5 to size 14. really confused.

  54. Math

    The average size 8 shoe is approximately 8 1/2 inches plus or minus a quarter of an inch . Write and solve an absolute value inequality that shows the range of possible lengths of a person'a foot that would wear a size 8.

  55. Math

    The average size 8 shoe is approximately 8 1/2 inches plus or minus a quarter of an inch . Write and solve an absolute value inequality that shows the range of possible lengths of a person'a foot that would wear a size 8.

  56. FrEnCh

    What is a shoe verb? Evidently "acheter" is one of them because of it's accents. What are examples of other shoe verbs and what classifies them? Like, do they all have something to do with accents? I am french i can help you but what's a "shoe" verb???

  57. math

    The Following Table gives the sales for the Sasquatch Men's Shoe store: Shoe Size , Frequency (number of pairs sold) 4 , 8 5 , 12 6 , 31 7 , 50 8 , 58 9 , 46 10 , 37 11 , 14 12 , 11 1)determine the mean for the distribution, correct to 2 decimal places. 2)

  58. math

    out of 1600 people how many would wear the same shoe size as me?

  59. statistics

    A random sample of 8 male college students was taken and asked to report their shoe size and height in inches

  60. Grammar usage

    Maurice accidentally stepped on the back of my shoe, and the shoe flew (off or off of) my foot.

  61. size

    Please check: Which of the following vary in size 1. pencils in a package 2. tennis balls in a can c. shoes in a shoe store d. eggs in an egg carton D?

  62. Trigonometry

    The advertisement for a new shoe promises runners less slip. The coefficient of friction (μ) between concrete and a new material used in the sole of this shoe is 1.5. The force of friction that causes slip is equal to mg sinθ, where m is a runner’s

  63. Math

    out of these variables which would and would not follow normal distribution. shoe size height age GPA model year of car how many friends on face book Please explain why..thanks

  64. Statistics

    height shoe size (if you wear men's shoes, add 2) 61 6.5 67 9 63 7 66 8 60 6 71 10 71 11 63 8 63 7 66 62 7 64 6.5 61 7 64 7.5 63 8 58 6.5 63 9 62 6 61 7 74 60 6.5 60 7.5 63 8 Mean 63.73913043 7.571428571 Standard Deviation 3.922167667 1.296974501 H sub 0:

  65. Physics

    The coil in the figure below contains 425 turns and has an area per turn of 3.00 10-3 m2. The magnetic field is 0.21 T, and the current in the coil is 0.27 A. A brake shoe is pressed perpendicularly against the shaft to keep the coil from turning. The

  66. statistic

    what type of correlation would you expect to exist between people's height and their shoe size? My answer is a positive correlation.

  67. physics

    A hang glider pilot is flying horizontally over an open field when her shoe falls off. She was going 23.0 m/s and was 81.0 m above the ground. How long did it take for the shoe to hit the ground?

  68. Algebra 1

    Tell whether a correlation is likely. If it is, tell whether the correlation reflects a casual relationship. Explain your reasoning. -the amount of time you study for a test and the score you receive -the shoe size and the salary of a teacher

  69. math-DUE TONIGHT PLEASE HELP

    A shoe store carries one brand of shoe in 3 styles, 5 sizes, and 4 colors. How many different shoes are available for this one brand?

  70. physics

    You see a pair of shoes tied together by the laces and hanging over a telephone line. You throw a 0.21-kg stone at one of the shoes (mass = 0.35 kg), and it collides elastically with the shoe with a velocity of 1.8 m/s in the horizontal direction. How far

  71. Business

    I need to write a paragraph on Identifying the demographics and characteristics of my customer( or consumer). What the customer needs will my product attempt to meet? My product or business is a shoe company that sells for all ages and all shoes sizes.

  72. physics

    please help me with this question " king kong carries a Fay Wrap up the 321-m-tall empire state building. at the top of the shyscraper, Fay Wrap's shoe falls from her foot. how fast will the shoe be movinig when it hits the ground?"

  73. Math

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)

  74. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)

  75. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)

  76. Trigonometry

    I am trying to help my son with his math, but I am stuck! The advertisement for a new shoe promises runners less slip. The coefficient of friction (μ) between concrete and a new material used in the sole of this shoe is 1.5. The force of friction that

  77. physics

    A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Why are marks left on the wooden floor by the woman's shoe heels but not her shoe soles?

  78. physics

    A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Why are marks left on the wooden floor by the woman's shoe heels but not her shoe soles?

  79. math (please check answer)

    Which of the following types of information is NOT suited for display on a scatter plot? 1. relationship between age and number of books read in a year*** 2. relationship between height and shoe size 3. relationship between calories consumed and body

  80. Algebra

    which oft the following types of data s not suited for display on a scatter plot a -- relationship between age and number of books read in a year b -- relationship between height and shoe size c -- relationship between calories consumed and wight d --

  81. Math

    Which of the following types of information is NOT suited for display on a scatter plot? A. Relationship between age and number of books read in a year. B. Relationship between height and shoe size. C. Relationship between calories sonsumed and body

  82. Pre- Algebra

    6.)Which of the following types of information is NOT suited for display on a scatter plot? A.) relationship between age and number of books read in a year B.) relationship between height and shoe size C.)relationship between calories consumed and body

  83. business

    A group of shoe manufacturers in the United State, Japan, Germany, and England have pooled resources to gain a larger market. What is this arrangement called?

  84. marketing

    Michael Soles--owner of Soles Shoe Store--recently discovered that shoe stores in his trading area have an average markup of 40%. Upon investigation, Michael found that his average markup is $15 on shoes that he sells for $45. This suggests that:

  85. English

    How would you paraphrase this aphorism? A little neglect may breed mischief,for want of a nail the shoe was lost,for want of a shoe the horse was losted,for want of a horse the rider was lost, for want of the rider the battle was lost.

  86. English

    Which sentence includes an adjectival phrase? a. The American chameleon, a type of lizard, can change colors to blend with the environment. b. The fastest land mammals, cheetahs, reach speeds in excess of 65 miles per hour. c. The length of a person's

  87. Physics-forces

    240n/2cm^2 240n/40cm^2 A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Why are marks left on the wooden floor by the woman's shoe heels but not her shoe soles? really need help with these

  88. math

    i don't know but the question is to circle the object that is heavier(shoe,sock,feather,marble,brick and tape measure)i know a brick,and the tape measure is heavy but i'm not sure about the shoe and the marble

  89. Probability

    A woman at the mall sees flats, 2’heels, and 3’ heels. The shoes come in two shades of beige(light and dark) and black. What is the probability that she will pick the following combinations? shoe has a heel and black- no heal and beige shoe has a heel

  90. math

    A men's shoe store uses a markup rate of 115% on its most popular brands of shoes. If the shoe store buys a pair of popular-brand shoes for a wholesale price of $79, what will be the retail price of the shoes, to the nearest cent?

  91. science

    Why are some things"in" and some things"out" Think about a certain force. IN:paper clip, nail, thumb tacks Out: paper cup, shoe, carpet Interesting. I never really thought about it. Nails and thumb tacks have a force holding things together. Same for a

  92. physics

    I need to find the centripetal acceleration of my clothes dryer. How would I go about doing it... Would the tangential speed just be 2pi*R*number of rotations/time, or how would I find that? Put a shoe in the dryer. Count the number of times the shoe

  93. Math

    Assume the shoe is sold at 50% profit margin (profit as % of sales). If the cost of raw material were to increase by 50%, what would the new profit margin be? Cost of manufacturing a shoe: Raw materials = 25% Labor = 12.5% Marketing & Advertising = 25%

  94. Microsoft P.P.

    Sorter 9. Tracy inserted one of her favorite photos into a slide presentation. However, the picture is small and needs to be longer and wider. To make the picture larger, which of the following should she do? A. Right-click on the object and click Size. B.

  95. math

    Which of the following best describes the relationship between the size of a one ounce container compared to a one pound container? 1 the size of a one oz container is 16 times the size of a pound container. 2 the size of a one oz container is 1\16 the

  96. Computer

    i need a image of a diskette with this sizes: size 8 size 5 1/4 size 3 1/2 (maybe they are size inches) i search and search and search but i cant find them please i will pass this on monday thx! Jiskha rock!

  97. statistics

    Suppose a random sample of size 50 is selected from a population with σ = 10. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite

  98. Statistics (39)

    Suppose a random sample of size 40 is selected from a population with = 9. Find the value of the standard error of the mean in each of the following cases (use the finite population correction factor if appropriate). a. The population size is infinite (to

  99. Social Studies

    Which of the following would be most likely to happen in a capitalist economy? A. A baker trades five loaves of bread for a pair of shoes. B. The government establishes a set price for shoes. C. Two shoe companies compete to offer the lowest prices. D. The

  100. Managerial Accounting

    The Fashion Shoe Company operates a chain of women’s shoe shops around the country. The shops carry many styles of shoes that are all sold at the same price. Sales personnel in the shops are paid a substantial commission on each pair of shoes sold (in

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