1. math

    I have rabbits abd chickens. Between them, I count 35 heads. How many rabbits and how many chickens do I have?
  2. Chelsea

    on a farm there are rabbits and chickens. Altogether, there are 20 heads and 50 feet. How many rabbits and chickens are there?
  3. Math

    There are some rabbits and chickens in a farm. Together they have 35 heads and 94 feet. How many rabbits? How many chickens?
  4. Pre-Algebra

    While visiting a farm, you notice that there are only chickens and rabbits in the farmyard. You can't help but wonder how many of each animal there is on the yard, but when you ask Farmer Fred he refuses to give you a direct answer. (Some say he must have
  5. Math

    The farmer has chickens and rabbit and has 200 legs and 72 heads how many chickens and rabbits are there
  6. math

    How many chickens and rabbits are in the yard if you have 18 heads and 58 feet
  7. Math

    There are a total of 107 chickens and rabbits on a farm. The total number of legs of rabbits is 56 more than the total number of legs of chickens. How many chickens are there on the farm?
  8. Math

    2. Columbus would have taken some live animals aboard for food sources. If there were one hundred fifty animals, of which seventy-three were rabbits and the rest were chickens, what percentage of the animals were chickens? Please round your answer the
  9. math question (counting)

    When Josh was visiting his family’s farm, he saw that the farm only raised chickens and cows. Josh counted 38 heads and 100 feet in the barnyard. How many chickens and how many cows were in the barnyard?: * 26 chickens and 12 cows 20 chickens and 18 cows
  10. Math Application

    Raising rabbits. Before Roland sold two female rabbits, half of his rabbits were female. After the sale, only onethird of his rabbits were female. If x represents his original number of rabbits, thenSolve this equation to find the number of rabbits that he
  11. math

    john has horses and chickens he has 3 less chickens than horses, if you count the total number of legs for chickens and horses you will get 24 how many chickens does john have? answer pls and show how did you get it thanks
  12. math

    Raising rabbits. Before Roland sold two female rabbits, half of his rabbits were female. After the sale, only onethird of his rabbits were female. If x represents his original number of rabbits, then  1 2  x  2   1 3  (x  2). Solve this equation to
  13. math

    The population of a colony of rabbits grows exponentially. The colony begins with 5 rabbits; 5 years later there are 310 rabbits. (a) Express the population of the colony of rabbits, P , as a function of time, t , in years. (b) Use the graph to estimate
  14. math- HELP!

    The Fibonacci sequence was first discovered during a study of rabbits. If newborn rabbits become adults in one month, each pair of adult rabbits produces one pair each month, and no rabbits die, then how many pairs of rabbits would be produced after seven
  15. Math

    need some help on an algebra question. First we had to put the different combinations of 6 rabbits in 2 cages. Like 2 rabbits in the red cage and 4 rabbits in the blue cage...etc. Then it says to write an equation using variables that represent the rabbits
  16. Algebra 1

    Paul has decided to raise rabbits. He has been warned that the number of rabbits will double every month. He started with 3 rabbits, and the function y=3(2^x) models the number of rabbits he will have after x months. How many rabbits will paul have after 8
  17. Math

    A farmer has some rabbits and some cages. When he puts two rabbits in each cage, there are two rabbits Left over.When he puts 3 rabbits in each cage, there are 16 extra cages, but no rabbits left over. How many rabbits and how many cages? (Write an
  18. algebra

    lenny anf george started with 2 rabbits and each month the number of rabbits doubled since each pair of rabbits produced another pair of rabbits. what is an eqaution for this situation ? Lenny and george now have 30 million rabbits. how many month have
  19. Discrete Mathematics

    The population of rabbits in a particular habitat triples every year. If there are 500 rabbits in 2013, when will there be over 100,000 rabbits?
  20. Math Year 10 - Simultaneous equations

    Q. A small farm has sheep and chickens. There are twice as many chickens as sheep, and there are 104 legs between the sheep and the chickens. How many chickens are there?
  21. Math

    If there were 150 animals, of which 73 were rabbits and the rest are chickens.. What percentage of the animals were chicken? Is it 48%
  22. math

    A farmer had 500 ducks and 300 chickens. He gave his sister 100 chickens and ducks. Later, the farmer bought 10 more ducks and 75 more chickens. As a result, the number of ducks decreased by 12% and the number of chickens increased by 15%. a) How many
  23. Algebra

    Dorothy has decided to raise rabbits but has been warned that the number of rabbits she will have will grow very quickly. Dorothy started out with 20 rabbits and the function y=20*2.3^x models the number of rabbits she will have after x months. which graph
  24. Algebra

    Danielle has decided to raise rabbits but has been warned that the number of rabbits she will have will grow very quickly. Danielle started out with 15 rabbits and the function y=15*1.8x models the number of rabbits she will have after x months. Which
  25. Math

    A farmer had 250 ducks and 150 chickens. He gave a total of 100 chickens to his sister. Later, the farmer bought 5 more ducks and 35 chickens. As a result, the number of ducks decreased by 10% and the number of chickens increased by 20%. A) How many ducks
  26. Math-Population Word Problem

    The population of rabbits in a national forest is modeled by the formula P=8,600+650 ln(t+1) where "t" is the number of years from the present. a)How many rabbits are now in the forest b)Estimate when it will take for the number of rabbits to reach 12,000?
  27. math

    There were 800 turtles and rabbits in a pet shop. After selling a total of 192 animals, 3/4 of the turtles and 5/6 of the rabbits were left. How many rabbits were there at first?
  28. Math

    A farmer has only pigs and chickens. When she stands on her porch and surveys her stock, she sees 22 heads and 52 legs. How many chickens does she have and how many pigs?
  29. Math 8th grade

    A pen contained chickens and pigs. There were 28 legs and 9 heads. How many chickens were in the pen? I think the answers in 4. Is that right?
  30. Math

    Hi! I need some help with a problem in the packet I have to complete over the summer. Can anyone help? at uncle joe's farm there are chickens and sheep. tommy counted the heads and got a total of 12 heads. then he counted feet and got a total of 38. can
  31. Math Problem

    Jess has some dogs and chickens in his house all in all there are 15 heads and 26 lehs, how many dogs and chickens were there?
  32. math

    Suppose there are 100 rabbits on an island and that the rabbit population can triple every half-year. Write an equation you could use to find the number of rabbits, R, after t, years. Using your equation, determine the amount of rabbits on the island in
  33. math

    A farmer had 500 ducks and 300 chickens. He gave his sister 100 chickens and ducks. Later, the farmer bought 10 more ducks and 75 more chickens. As a result, the number of ducks decreased by 12% and the number of chickens increased by 15%. a) How many
  34. Math

    farmer bill has 28 chickens, 15 ducks, and 7 turkeys. he sold 4/5 of the birds. if he sold 12 chickens, what fraction of the chickens are left
  35. English

    The hawks began to kill their chickens, so the farmers began to kill the hawks with the help of the officials. ------------------- In this sentence, what does 'chickens' mean, baby chickens or grown-up chickens?
  36. Mathematics

    Old MacDonald has to pack 60 chickens into 32 cages. If each cage can hold at most 3 chickens, what is the minimum number of cages that will have at least 2 chickens?
  37. Math

    There are three times as many chickens than pigs on a farm. All the chickens and pigs have 2400 feet all together. How many more chickens than pigsare there?
  38. Math

    A farm slaughtered 25 chickens per month. It was 5/12 of the total number of chickens. How many chickens will survive each month?
  39. business math

    How long will it take the farmer to sell all his chickens? Farmer has 2100 chickens. He sells 10 chickens at the end of the first week, 20 chickens at the end of the second week, 30 chickens at the end of the third week and so on. Question: How long will
  40. Algebra

    Foxes and rabbits. The ratio of foxes to rabbits in the Deerfield Forest Preserve is 2 to 9. If there are 35 fewer foxes than rabbits, then how many of each are there?
  41. Math

    Can you please help me figure out how i go about figuring the following problem? .... A farmer has both pigs and chickens. There are 78 feet and 27 heads. How many pigs and how many chickens are there? ..... I am not sure what to do to figure it out.
  42. algebra2

    A farmer counted the number of cows and chickens by counting heads and legs. If he counted 35 heads and 78 legs, how many cows and how many chickens did he have?
  43. Maths

    30% of the rabbits from a farm were lent to a zoo. After a month, 5/6 of the rabbits were returned to the farm. There were 228 rabbits in the farm now. a.) How many rabbits were lent to the zoo in the beginning? b.) How many rabbits were there at the farm
  44. math

    The ratio of cows to pigs to chickens on a farm was 15:14:12. Half of the chickens were sold to another farm, and then there were 56 more pigs than chickens. How many animals were on the farm in the beginning? how many chickens were sold?
  45. Pre-Calculus

    A population of 20 rabbits is introduced to a small island. The population increase at a rate of 60% per year. (A) Find a function of F(t) that represents the number of rabbits on the island after t years. (B) Suppose 100 rabbits were introduced to the
  46. math

    A farmer has twice as many chickens as ducks. After selling 166 chicken and 29 ducks, he has twice as many ducks as chickens. How many chickens did he have to start??
  47. Algebra

    An algebra teacher drove past a farmyard that was full of chickens and pigs. The teacher happened to notice that there were a total of 70 heads and 200 legs. How many chickens and how many pigs were there?
  48. 6th grade math

    on a farm there is 18 pigs and chickens (all together). There are 52 legs, how many pigs and how many chickens are there? Show how you got your answer. i know there are 10 chickens and 8 pigs, but i did that through trial and error, can you help me figure
  49. Math

    Use three methods to express each problem’s ratio. Simplify all fractions. 1. Anna has 12 black rabbits and 4 brown. What is the ratio of black rabbits to brown rabbits?
  50. Statistics and Probability

    it has been estimated that about 30% of frozen chickens contain enough salmonella bacteria to cause illness if imprperly cooked. A consumer purchases 12 frozen chickens. What is the probability that the consumer will have more than 6 contaminated chickens?
  51. Math

    A farmer has some chickens and some goats. Altogher there are 43 heads and 108 legs. How many chickens does the farmer have? How many goats does the farmer have?
  52. Science

    Multiplying Rabbits Suppose that a pair of rabbits produces six offsrping: 3 males and 3 females. Assumes that no offspring die. 1. If each pair of rabbits breeds only once, how many offspring would be produced each year for 5 generations? 2. Construct a
  53. Math

    A pair of newborn male and female rabbits is placed in an enclosure to breed. The rabbits start to bear young one month after their own birth. At the end of each month, they have another male-female pair, which in turn mature and start to bear young one
  54. Math

    A pair of newborn male and female rabbits is placed in an enclosure to breed. The rabbits start to bear young TWO MONTH after their own birth. At the end of each month, they have another male-female pair, which in turn mature and start to bear young ONE
  55. Math

    A pair of newborn male and female rabbits is placed in an enclosure to breed. The rabbits start to bear young ONE MONTH after their own birth. At the end of each month, they have another male-female pair, which in turn mature and start to bear young ONE
  56. econ

    Suppose that two people, Michelle and James each live alone in an isolated region. They each have the same resources available, and they grow potatoes and raise chickens. If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds
  57. Math

    Ten rabbits are riding in wagons. Two rabbits sit in each wagon. How many wagons are there? Three jump out of the wagons. How many rabbits are still riding in wagons?
  58. PHI 103 informal logic

    One way to disconfirm the scientific hypothesis that chickens cannot fly would be to (Points : 1) ask someone. look very hard for a chicken that can fly. simply assert that chickens can fly. simply assert that chickens cannot fly.
  59. Math/Trig

    If the population of rabbits in a certain area is modeled by the function, r=10,000cos(pi/12t)+35,000 where t is the time in months, approximately how many rabbits will there be in August (January is equal to t = 1)?
  60. Analyzing Data (HELP!!)

    Multiplying Rabbits Suppose that a pair of rabbits produces six offsrping: 3 males and 3 females. Assumes that no offspring die. 1. If each pair of rabbits breeds only once, how many offspring would be produced each year for 5 generations? 2. Construct a
  61. Analyzing Data

    Multiplying Rabbits Suppose that a pair of rabbits produces six offsrping: 3 males and 3 females. Assumes that no offspring die. 1. If each pair of rabbits breeds only once, how many offspring would be produced each year for 5 generations? 2. Construct a
  62. Math 156

    The number of dogs and chickens add up to 14. The number of legs between them is 36. How many dogs and how many chickens are on the farm if there are at least twice as many chickens as dogs?
  63. Maths

    Its the old rabbit colony question using simultaneous linear and quadratic equations - and I need help: A colony of rabbits is growing so that the total number of rabbits (R) after number of weeks (t) is shown: on this table. t=5 R=140, t=10 R=200, t=15
  64. Math

    1/2 of a group of chickens tried to cross the road. Only 3/4 of those chickens made it to the other side. What fraction of the original group of chickens made it to the other side.
  65. informal Logic

    One way to disconfirm the scientific hypothesis that chickens cannot fly would be to (Points : 1) ask someone. look very hard for a chicken that can fly. simply assert that chickens can fly. simply assert that chickens cannot fly.
  66. algebra

    How many goats and chickens if there is 13 heads and 30 heads altogether
  67. Math

    If the number of rabbits triple every year, how many rabbits will there be after 6 years if you start off with 2? This is what I have so far: (2x3)^6 I got 46,656 for my answer but it doesn't seem like a realistic answer for the question
  68. Logic

    One way to disconfirm the scientific hypothesis that chickens cannot fly would be to ask someone. look very hard for a chicken that can fly. simply assert that chickens can fly. simply assert that chickens cannot fly.
  69. Math

    There are 44 rabbits in a mushroom-shaped house. 8 of them are moving out soon. What fraction of the rabbits are moving?
  70. Microecinomics

    If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds of potatoes per year. If she devotes all her resources to raising chickens, she can raise 50 chickens per year. (If she apportions some resources to each, then she can
  71. statistics

    investigators at an agricultural research facility randomly assigned equal numbers of chicken to be housed in two rooms. In room #1, chickens experienced normal day/night cycles. In the other room, lights were left on 24 hours a day. The objective was to
  72. Biology

    The gene for fur color in rabbits is an incompletely dominant situation: BB rabbits are brown, Bb rabbits are grey, and bb rabbits are white. The gene for fur color distribution is however co-dominant. This gene, S, has two alleles, S1 and S2; S1S1 animals
  73. Maths

    James left the farm gate open and 3/4 of the turkeys, 3/4 of the chickens and 1/2 of the goats got out. What fraction of the turkeys and chickens got out altogether?
  74. maths

    James left the farm gate open and 3/4 of the turkeys, 3/4 of the chickens and 1/2 of the goats got out. What fraction of the turkeys and chickens got out altogether?
  75. Math

    There are 40 cows and chickens in a farmyard. One quiet afternoon, Lola counted and found that there were 100 legs in all. How many cows and how many chickens are there? thx...
  76. Microeconomics

    Suppose that two people, Michelle and James each live alone in an isolated region. They each have the same resources available, and they grow potatoes and raise chickens. If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds
  77. Science

    Consider the following food chain: hawk - rabbit - clover. Each species will contain a different amount of calories in its body (clover: 10 calories, rabbit: 500 and hawk: 1200). Each species has a different daily caloric requirement (clover: sunlight,
  78. Math

    Mr rainwater has 9 goats and 36 cows and 6 horses on his farm. He has 4 times as many cows as chickens. How many chickens does he have?
  79. statistics

    31% of a certain breed of rabbits are born with long hair. What is the probability that in a litter of 8 rabbits, exactly 5 will have long hair? (Give your answer correct to three decimal places.)
  80. MICROECONOMICS

    Suppose that two people, Michelle and James each live alone in an isolated region. They each have the same resources available, and they grow potatoes and raise chickens. If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds
  81. Microeconomics

    Suppose that two people, Michelle and James each live alone in an isolated region. They each have the same resources available, and they grow potatoes and raise chickens. If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds
  82. Math

    There are 38 animals at a farm.some are cows some are chickens all together there are 124 legs . How many cows and how many chickens?
  83. maths

    A farmer has a farmyard containing both cows and chickens numbering 54legs. How many chickens and cows does he have?
  84. Math

    How to solve: There are 40 chickens and cows in the farmyard. There are 100 legs in all. How many are cows and how many are chickens
  85. math

    There are 36 chickens and dogs in the cage, with a total of 100 legs. How many chickens and dogs are there
  86. reading

    how would you explain "dont count your chickens before they hatch?"
  87. math check

    21% of a certain breed of rabbits are born with long hair. What is the probability that in a litter of 12 rabbits, exactly 2 will have long hair? (Give your answer correct to three decimal places.) 1=.21=.79 0.79^12=0.05909 2-0.0591=1.94
  88. science

    Baby chickens require a constant source of food. As chickens grow, more energy is needed for daily activities. Number of days 0, 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 and food eaten (grams) 0.0, 1.5,3.5,6.5,9.0,12.5,16.5,21.0 What type of graph will you use?
  89. Math

    There are 12 baby rabbits at the pet store. The manager lets Gabriella feed vegetables to the rabbits as treats. She has 5 1/4 ounces of parsley today. She wants to give each rabbit the same amount. How much parsley does each rabbit get?
  90. 4th Grade Math

    The chickens on a farm eat 3 times as much grain as the turkeys do per week. The chickens and turkeys eat a total of 52 pounds of grain every week. How much grain do the chickens and turkeys each eat every week? Any help would be appreciated, thank you in
  91. Math

    3/5 of the animals on the farm are cows. The rest are chickens. There are 18 cows. How many are chickens?
  92. Math

    There are 38 animals at a farm .some are cows and some are chickens . All together there are 124legs. How many cows and how many chickens?
  93. math

    The number of dogs and chickens on a farm add up to 14. The number of legs between them is 36. How many dogs and how many chickens are on the farm if there are at least twice as many chickens as dogs
  94. math

    The number of dogs and chickens on a farm add up to 14. The number of legs between them is 36. How many dogs and how many chickens are on the farm if there are at least twice as many chickens as dogs?
  95. math

    The number of dogs and chickens on a farm add up to 14. The number of legs between them is 36. How many dogs and how many chickens are on the farm if there are at least twice as many chickens as dogs
  96. math

    The number of dogs and chickens on a farm add up to 14. The number of legs between them is 36. How many dogs and how many chickens are on the farm if there are at least twice as many chickens as dogs?
  97. math

    a farmer has cows and chickens. he has a total of 20 heads and 64 legs. How much of each animal does he have?
  98. Math

    The rabbit population in a forest area grows at the rate of 7% monthly. If there are 180 rabbits in September, find how many rabbits (rounded to the nearest whole number) should be expected by next September. Use . A. 402 B. 408 C. 428 D. 415 I got 402, is
  99. Microeconomics

    Suppose that two people, Michelle and James each live alone in an isolated region. They each have the same resources available, and they grow potatoes and raise chickens. If Michelle devotes all her resources to growing potatoes, she can raise 200 pounds
  100. Colelge Math (Fibonacci)

    "Start with a pair of rabbits, (one male and one female) born on January 1. Assume that all months are of equal length and that : 1. rabbits begin to produce young two months after their own birth; 2. after reaching the age of two months, each pair

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