On Saturday Derek picked pears from 32 trees. His picked average of 17 pears per tree. Sunday he picked more pears averaging 12 pears per tree. Over the whole weekend he picked an average of 14 pears per tree. How

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  1. math(check answers please)

    for questions 1-3,find the sum. 1.5 9/13 + 5 9/13= A.13/74 B.10 12/13 C.11 5/13(I PICKED THIS) D.13/142 --------------------------- 2.3 3/15 +4 2/5= A.2 1/2 B.22 4/5 C.7 3/5( I PICKED THIS) D.5/38 -------------------------- 3.3 4/9 + 2 1/3= A.5 1/3 B.18

  2. Math

    The grocery store sells kumquats for $4.75 a pound and Asian pears for $2.25 a pound. Write an equation in standard form for the weights of kumquats k and Asian pears p that a customer could buy with $22. 4.75k+2.25p=22***** 4.75=2.25p+22 4.75+2.25=k

  3. math(please check my answers)

    1. Find the product in simplify. 4/9 of 15/8 A.5/6(I PICKED THIS) B.5/12 C.32/135 D.135/32 2. you are baking cookies for a cookout.you want to make 4 times the amount in the recipe.the recipe requires 2/3 cup of sugar.how much sugar do you need? A.2 2/3

  4. Math PLEASE HELP

    1.Which pair of ratios can form a true proportion? A 7/4, 21/12 (I picked this) B 6/3, 5/6 C 7/10, 6/7 D 3/5 7/12 2. Solve the proportion g/56=2/8 A g=14 B g=16 (I picked this) C g=13 D g=50 Solve the following Proportion 2/9=y/27 A y=6 (I picked this) B

  5. Math

    The total number of pears eaten by Pete and two of his friends, Tweet and Honk, (during this visit to the pear tree) were in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 5 respectively. If Pete ate 12 less pears than Honk, how many pears did Tweet eat during this time?

  6. Math

    A basket with 30 pears has a weight of 11 kg 200 g. The same basket with 18 pears has a weight of 7kg. if each pear has the same weight: What is the weight of the empty basket? What is the weight of the basket with 7 pears?

  7. math

    During last week's visit to this same pear tree, Pete ate 3 times as many pears as Tweet, and Tweet ate 5 fewer pears than Honk. If together the boys ate 25 pears, how many pears did Honk eat during last week's visit?

  8. math

    In a bag there are 3 green apples,5 yellow apples,7 green pears and 2 yellow pears,Simon randomly is taking fruit out of the bag by one by one. How many fruits must he take out in order to be certain that he has at least one apple and one pear of the same

  9. Math

    being healthy eaters, partridges know that pears contain 30% more potassium than apples. If an apple offers 160 mg. of potassium, and Pete eats 6 pears, how many milligrams of potassium will he consume?

  10. English

    1. My favorite food is a cookie. 2. My favorite food is cookies. 3. My favorite fruit is a pear. 4. My favorite fruit is pears. 4-1 My favorite fruits are pears. 4-2. My favorite fruits is a pear. (?) 4-3. My favorite fruits is pears. (?) (Are they all

  11. Math

    There is a bowl of fruit on the table. There are twice as many apples as pears and one more orange than apples. Eight pieces are either oranges or bananas. There are 3 bananas. How many pears are there in the bowl? Thanks

  12. Math

    If a fruit bowl three apples two bananas and five pears what is the ratio of the pears to Apples

  13. Maths Probability

    A box contains 4 pears and 7 Oranges. Three fruited are taken out at random and eaten. Find the probability that (1) 2 pears and 1 orange are eaten (2) The third fruit is eaten is an orange (3) The first fruit eaten was a pears. Given that the third fruit

  14. Maths

    On Saturday Derek picked pears from 32 trees. His picked average of 17 pears per tree. Sunday he picked more pears averaging 12 pears per tree. Over the whole weekend he picked an average of 14 pears per tree. How many trees did Derek pick from on Sunday?

  15. Art

    which of the following statements is not true A. the pears occupy the positive space in the image B. recognizing the negative and positive spaces could have made it easier for the artist to paint the pears. C. The negative space is difficult to recognize

  16. Math

    Please these word problem. A box contained fruits such as apples, oranges and pears. 3/5 of the fruits were apples. 1/4 of the remaining fruits were oranges and the rest were pears. If there were 60 pears in the box, how many oranges were there?

  17. math

    Mrs. Richmond bought some apples and pears in the ratio 3:5. After she gave away 3/5 of the apples and 40 pears, the ratio of apples to pears became 2:5. An apple costs 30 cents. A pear costs 15 cents more than an apple. How much did Mrs. Richmond pay for

  18. Mathematics

    There were some apples, oranges and pears in a basket. There are 50% more oranges than apples. The ratio of the number of apples to the number of pears was 5:4. (a) Find the ratio of the number of apples to the number of oranges to the number of pears. (b)

  19. elementary stats

    the participants in a television quiz show are picked from a large pool of applicants with approximately equal number of men and women.Among the last 11 participant there have been only 2 women.If participants are picked randomly,what is the probability of

  20. math(check answers please)

    PLEASE CHECK THESE ANSWERS compare the pair of numbers use ,= 3/4 _ 6/8 A.3/4=6/8(I PICKED THIS) B.3/46/8 Write the decimal as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form. 3.45 A.4 3/4 B.4 9/20 C.3 3/4 D.3 9/20(I PICKED THIS

  21. Math

    The grocery store sells kumquats for $4.25 a pound and Asian pears for $2.25 a pound. Write an equation in standard form for the weights of kumquats k and Asian pears p that a customer could buy with $18.

  22. math

    a crate contains apples, pears, and oranges.There are 184 apples and pears and 248 apples and oranges. there are 3 times as many oranges as pears. how many apples are in the crate? How do I show my work to solve this problem using Singapore math - Math in

  23. Math

    A box contained apples,oranges and pears.3/5 of the fruits were apples and 1/4 of the fruits were oranges.What fraction are the pears?

  24. Math

    steve picks 55 pounds of pears. He packs equal amount of pears into 6 bags. He then has 4 pounds of pears left. What is the weight of pears in each bag?

  25. basic math

    The total number of pears eaten by Pete and two of his friends, Tweet and Honk, (during this visit to the pear tree) were in the ratio of 2 : 3 : 5 respectively. If Pete ate 12 less pears than Honk, how many pears did Tweet eat during this time?

  26. Math

    During last week's visit to this same pear tree, Pete ate 3 times as many pears as Tweet, and Tweet ate 5 fewer pears than Honk. If together the boys ate 25 pears, how many pears did Honk eat during last week's visit?

  27. English

    I don't like pears. 1. Neither do I. 2. Nor do I. 3. Me, neither. 4. I don't like pears, either. I like pears. 5. So do I. 6. Me, too. 7. I like pears, too. ========== Are the answers all grammatical? Can you see any awkward answers?

  28. math

    leon weighed a bag of pears. then he added 4 pounds of pears to the bag. after he took out of 5 pounds of pears, the bag weighed 3 pounds. how much did the bag weigh at the start

  29. Math

    Sophia buys an eqaul number of oranges and pears for a party. The oranges are bought at a price of 7 for $2 and the pears are bought at a price of 5 for $3. She pays $33 more for the pears than the oranges. How much does Sophia pay in all? How many oranges

  30. art

    Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington Which of the following statements is not true? A. The pears occupy the positive space in this image. B. Recognizing the negative and positive spaces could have made it easier for the artist to paint the

  31. Math

    1.62 is divible by which of the following numbers? A.1,3,31,62 B.1,2,3,31 C.1,4,16,62 D.1,2,31,62 I PICKED D. ------------------------------- 2.108 is divisible by which of the following sets of numbers? A.1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,27,36,54,108 b.1,2,4,27,54,108

  32. Math

    In the game SCRABBLE, there are 100 tiles. Two tiles are blank. Here is the number of tiles for each letter. Letter Number of Tiles Letter Number of Tiles A 9 N 6 B 2 O 8 C 2 P 2 D 4 Q 1 E 12 R 6 F 2 S 4 G 3 T 6 H 2 U 4 I 9 V 2 J 1 W 2 K 1 X 1 L 4 Y 2 M 2

  33. Math

    A bag of pears weighs 6.75 pounds. The pears cost $2.39 per pound. What is the total cost of the pears?

  34. Math

    Zelda bought pears that cost$1.72 per pound. If she has $10, what is the greatest number of pounds of pears she can buy, to the nearest quarter pound?

  35. Algebra!

    Six pears and three apples cost $3.90. Two pears and five apples cost $3.30. How much does one pear cost? Hint: You have two unknowns (variables), so you need two equations. Write one equation for each situation and solve the system of equations. See

  36. math/ratio

    apples,oranges and pears are packed into a basket in the ratio 3:5:1. there are 12 more oranges and pears than apples.how many fruits are there altogether?

  37. Economics

    Suppose consumers spent $42 million on Christmas trees last year when the average tree cost $30 and this year spend $42 million when the average tree costs $25. Assuming nothing else changed, this data suggests that a. consumers bought the same number of

  38. Math grade 6, ratio

    Mr. Lynch bought some oranges and pears.after giving away 10 oranges, he had twice as many pears as oranges left.if he had 24 pears in the end,what was the ratio of the number of oranges to the number of pears he had at first?

  39. math

    In the fruit bowl there are 3 apples, 4 bananas, and 4 pears. What is the ratio of pears to ALL fruit?

  40. math

    A box contained fruits such as apples, oranges and pears. 3/5 of the fruits were apples. 1/4 of the remaining fruits were oranges and the rest were pears. If there were 60 pears in the box, how many oranges were there?

  41. Calaulus

    A farmer is planting a small orchard. He is advised that if he plants up to 60 trees of a particular type, average harvest from each tree will be about 120 kg, but for each additional tree planted the expected yield will go down by an average of 2 kg per

  42. social psych

    Research on motivation and culture would suggest that Susan, an American child, would be more motivated to perform while engaging in which of the following tasks? A. A puzzle that her teacher asked her to do B. Reading a book that her mother picked out for

  43. math

    1.62 is divible by which of the following numbers? A.1,3,31,62 B.1,2,3,31 C.1,4,16,62 D.1,2,31,62 I PICKED D. ------------------------------- 2.108 is divisible by which of the following sets of numbers? A.1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,27,36,54,108 b.1,2,4,27,54,108

  44. statistics

    the participants in a television quiz show are picked from a large pool of applicants with approximately equal number of men and women.Among the last 11 participant there have been only 2 women.If participants are picked randomly,what is the probability of

  45. Algebra

    Two apples and three pears cost $3.45. Three apples and five pears cost $5.55. Find the cost of each type of fruit.

  46. math

    If 9 apples plus 4 pears cost $2.6 and if 4 pears pluse 9 apples cost $1.90 what does each apple and pear cost

  47. Math

    A local animal shelter houses only cats and dogs. This week of all the baby animals, there are 16 kittens and 7 puppies. What is the ratio of kittens to all the baby animals? 16 to 23? A box contains three types of fruits: apples bananas and pears. There

  48. Math

    tracy and maria each choose a card from a deck of cards with positive and negative numbers. tracy picked negative 12 and maria picked negative 6. who picked the greater number

  49. Math

    There are 28 pears on 4 trees. There are the same number of pears on each tree. How many pears on each tree? If Jomel picks 10 pears, how many pears will be left on the trees? My answers: 7 pears on each tree. 18 pears will be left on the trees. Is this

  50. English

    Posted by rfvv on Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:10am. 1. I didn't eat apples or pears. 2. I didn't eat apples and pears. ================ #1 mean "I didn't eat apples. I didn't eat eat pears, either." Am I right? Then, what about #2? What does #2 mean

  51. English

    1. I like pears, too. 2. I like pears too. 3. I like pears, as well. 4. I like pears as well. 5. I don't like pears, either. 6. I don't like pears either. -------------------------------- 1,2,5,and 6 are grammatical, aren't they? How about #3? There is a

  52. math

    Steve picks 55 pounds of pears. He packs an equal amount of pears into 6 bags. He then has 4 pounds of pears left. What is the weight of pears in each bag?

  53. English

    1. I don't like pears, either. 2. I like pears, too. 3. I also like pears. 4. I like pears as well. 5. I also don't like pears. 6. I don't also like pears. 7. I don't like pears as well. --------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Can we

  54. Math

    A fruit seller had 450 apples and pears.He sold 1/2 of the apples and 1/4 of the pears. He had a total of 265 apples and pears lefty How many more apples than pears did he have at first. Thanks😊

  55. English

    1. I like pears. - Me, too. - Me too. - I like pears, too. 2. I don't like pears. - Me, neither. - Me neither. - I don't like pears, either. ================= Are the answers all grammatical? Do you have some more common answers? Do we have to put commas

  56. Math

    Sorry guys but I cant seem to figure this out can you help me:) Billy has 7 pears and Sally has 4 pears . They have 11 pears all together Hannah takes 1 pear from Billy and 1 pear from Sally . How many pears do they have all together now?

  57. Math

    Jai has 35 pieces of fruit. They are all apples and pears. He has 15 more apples than pears. How many pears does he have?

  58. math

    a box will hold seven 3-pound bags of pears. how many boxes will be needed for 90 pounds of pears?

  59. math

    the price for pears is y=2.75x which line would have the steepest slope if organic apples and pears were added to the graph

  60. Algebra

    If you bought 6 pears and 20 oranges and then bought 11 pears and 12 oranges and spent the same each time, how much do oranges cost if the pears are 80 cents each?

  61. Math Mania

    A fruit stand carries apples, oranges, lemons, and pears. There are twice as many apples as oranges and 3 times as many lemons as pears. If there are 3 more oranges than pears, and p represents the number of pears, which of the following expressions

  62. Algebra!!

    Six pears and three apples cost $3.90. Two pears and five apples cost $3.30. How much does one pear cost? Hint: You have two unknowns (variables), so you need two equations. Write one equation for each situation and solve the system of equations. (1): Six

  63. Help!Math....

    Six pears and three apples cost $3.90. Two pears and five apples cost $3.30. How much does one pear cost? Hint: You have two unknowns (variables), so you need two equations. Write one equation for each situation and solve the system of equations. (1): Six

  64. Math

    Adam and Bob went apple picking in an orchard. At the end of the day, they counted the number of apples they picked. They realized that if Adam picked 39 more apples, he would have picked twice as many as Bob picked. Also, if Bob picked 39 more apples, he

  65. Math

    At the grocery store Mr and Mrs Bailey bought 24 apples and 18 pears. Write a ratio in simplest form to compare apples to pears

  66. Math problem

    Aswin has bananas and pears in the ratio 3:8. After he eats 12 pears (and no bananas), there are now twice as many pears as bananas. How many bananas does he have?

  67. math

    Which line would have the steepest slope? regular apples y = $2.00 organic apples y = $2.50 pears y = $2.75 my answer is pears

  68. English

    1. i didn't eat applea or pears. 2. i didn't eat applea and pears. ================ #1 mean "I didn't eat apples. I didn't eat eat pears, either." Am I right? Then, what about #2? What does #2 mean in the following three sentences? Or would you paraphrase

  69. English

    I need to make a TV guide from 6am-12pm......... But I need to what channel I picked, what it's about and why I picked it. I'm not sure which channels to pick at which time and it was picked..... what can I do?

  70. Environmental Science

    Here is another part of my test that my teacher told me to check. Could you please help me check them? Write the letter of the term or phrase that best matches the description. Mississippi River- I picked b.recharge zone. area above an aquifer- Ipicked

  71. math

    Adam and Bob went apple picking in an orchard. At the end of the day, they realized that if Adam had picked 50 more apples, he would have picked twice as many as Bob picked. On the other hand, if Bob had picked 50 more apples, he would have picked twice as

  72. Math

    a fruit basket contains peachesv graprefruit, and pears in the ratio of 3:1:4 the basket has 12 pears.how many peaches and many grapefruits are in the basket?

  73. math

    3 workers picked 66 bushels of peaches. The 1st worker picked 3 times more than the second worker and 2 times more than the 3rd worker. How many bushels did the second most productive worker pick? Let the number of bushels picked by the second worker be x.

  74. English

    1. It is neither hot nor warm. (In this sentence, what does 'nor' mean? Does 'nor' mean 'and - not'?) 2. I don't like pears. - Me neither. - The same to me. - I don't like pears, either. - I don't like them, either. (Are the answers all grammatical?)

  75. Math

    Marta picked 37 apples. Jin picked 35 apples. Ken picked 23 apples. How can you use place value to find the number of apples picked in all?

  76. English

    The other girls picked on her because of her size. ----------------------------- Q1: Is 'picked' a transitive verb or an intransitive verb? Is 'on' a preposition or an adverb? What is the meaning of 'pick' here? Q2: What other expressions can we use

  77. Pre-Algebra

    The grocery store sells kumquats for $4.25 a pound and Asian pears for $2 a pound. Write an equation in standard form for the weights of kumquats k and Asian pears p that a customer could buy with $12.

  78. Mathematics

    A basket contains 80 mangoes and 60 oranges.if two fruits are picked one after the other without replacement,what is the probability that 1) one of each fruit is picked 2) one type of fruit is picked

  79. economics

    apples cost £2 and pears cost £4. For John the marginal Utility (MU) of the last apple consumed was 4 and MU of pears was 12. For Paul MU of last apple was 3 and MU of last pear was 6. Which person is not maximising utility and how can you tell? What

  80. algebra

    if the selling price of 5 pears and 4 mangoes is 41.75 while the cost of 8 pears and 5 mangoes is $2.45,what is the price of each pear and each mango?

  81. Calaulus

    A farmer is planting a small orchard. He is advised that if he plants up to 60 trees of a particular type, average harvest from each tree will be about 120 kg, but for each additional tree planted the expected yield will go down by an average of 2 kg per

  82. statistics

    A study of peach trees found that the average number of peaches per tree was 625. The standard deviation of the population is 140 peaches per tree. Ascientist wishes to find 80% confidence interval for the mean number of peaches per tree. How many trees

  83. math

    there are 3000 fruits in a fruit stall. 65% of the fruit are apples. 10% of the fruit are oranges and the rest are pears. how many more apples than pears are there?

  84. AP Stats

    The mean weight of pears grown in a certain orchard is 6 ounces with a standard deviation of .5 ounces. A random sample of 30 pears is selected. What is the approximate probability that the sample mean weight is less than 5.5 ounces?

  85. Math

    Sarah bought bananas,apples and pears.the ratio of bananas to apples was 3 to 5 and the ratio of the apples to pears was 2 to 1.she bought 10 apples.how many pears did she buy?

  86. Pre algrebra

    Students in school were asked what activity they like to do in gym class. The results are shown below. (3 points) What percent of females picked volleyball? What percent of males picked basketball? What percent of the total number of students picked track?

  87. English

    1. Most people like pears. 2. Almost all people like pears. 3. Almost every person likes apples. 4. Almost all the people like apples. (Are they all the same and grammatical?)

  88. Algebra

    Two apples and three pears cost $3.45. Three apples and five pears cost $5.55. Find the cost of each type of fruit.

  89. algebra

    Four pears and two apples cost $1.96. Three apples and three pears cost $2.10. Find the cost of 1 apple and 1 pear.

  90. English Expression

    1. After you read the reading text, write suitable expressions in each blank after you find who sent the letter to whom on which date. 2. What is Mina's mother like to Mina, checking it. Check the box before 'Mina's best friend.' In #1 and #2, are there

  91. Algebra1!!!

    1.Six pears and three apples cost $3.90. Two pears and five apples cost $3.30. How much does one pear cost? Hint: You have two unknowns (variables), so you need two equations. Write one equation for each situation and solve the system of equations. 6P +

  92. psych and amnesia

    I need a way to present info on amnesia that is funny, and that will really interest my pears and my teacher. Any ideas? Your "pears"? I am not certain there is much humor in this condition, I would avoid making fun of the condition. It is devastating to

  93. algebra

    which statement is not true about variable? a a variable is used to represent a qty whose values may change or vary b letters are often used as variable c a variable is a rule showing relationshopms amount quantities d known values can be substitues for

  94. math

    A fruit seller bought m pears and twice as many mangoes. He also bought 10 fewer peaches than pears. Each pear cost RM 0.40 cents, each mango cost RM 0.50 cents while each peach cost RM 0.80. If the fruit seller paid RM 102. Find the value of m.

  95. English grammar

    He likes pears. (negative sentence) ¡æ He is the third person singular, so you should put doesn't before the base form of the verb like. Then you can change the affirmative sentence into the negative sentence as follws. He doesn't like pears. Remember

  96. Math

    One picked 21/2 times as many apples as a second man. A third man picked half as many as the second man. Together they picked a total of 240 apples. How many apples were picked by each man.

  97. math

    two students are picked at random from a group of 8 girls and 6 boys,calculate the probability that the two picked atleast one is a boy.

  98. Statistics

    A group of 30 people consists of 15 children, 10 men, and 5 women. Tom and Jerry are two of the men in the group. Five people are picked at random without replacement. 2A - Find the chance the first person picked is a man, given that the fourth and fifth

  99. English composition

    1. Pears are in season. 2. Pears are out of season. 3. Persimmons are in fashion. 4. Persimmons are out of fashion. ====================================== Are the expressions all grammatical? Can we use 'fashion' instead of 'seaon'?

  100. Math

    Larry picked 12 1/3 pounds of cherries off the cherry tree. He picked 4 2/3 more pounds than Thomas did. How many pounds of cherries did Thomas pick?

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