Rachel and Rena are sharing a bag of jellybeans. Rachel ate 1/5 of the jellybeans. Rena ate 1/6 of the jellybeans left. Rachel then ate 2/5 of the remaining beans. Rena then ate 2/3 of the ones left. Rachel then

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  1. professional ethics in engineering

    Rachel works as a Quality Assurance Engineer at a large electronics company. She is responsible for the final testing of her company’s servers and is part of a team which decides when new products will be shipped to distributors for sale. Rachel’s

  2. Physics

    Rachel Pulls her 18 KG suitcase at at a constant speed by pulling on a handle that makes and angle (theta) with the Horizontal the frictional force of the suitcase is 27 N and Rachel exerts a 43 N force on the handle What angle does the handle make with

  3. math

    Rachel works at a bookstore. On Tuesday, she sold twice as many books as she did on Monday. On Wednesday, she sold 6 fewer books than she did on Tuesday. During the three days Rachel sold 19 books. Create an equation that can be used to find m, the number

  4. math

    Juan and rachel have the same number of marbles. Rachel gives away 10 marbles and Juan gives away 22 marbles. Rachel then has 3 times as many marbles as Juan. How many marbles did each of them have at first

  5. Physics

    Rachel pulls her 13 kg suitcase at a constant speed by pulling on a handle that makes an angle x with the horizontal. The frictional force on the suitcase is 28 N and Rachel exerts a 44 N force on the handle. a) What angle does the handle make with the

  6. Fractions

    Juan ate 1/3 of the jellybeans. Maria then ate 3/4 of the remaining jelly beans, which left 10 jelly beans. How many jelly beans were there to begin with?

  7. Math

    Rachel buys a drink. She spends the same amount of money on her drink ad chuck spent on his candy Rachel now has only 1/3 of the amount of money that she had before she bought the drink. How much money did Rachel have before she bought the drink

  8. math

    In Matt’s pocket there are 8 watermelon jellybeans, 4 vanilla jellybeans and 4 butter popcorn jellybeans. What is the smallest number of jellybeans that he must take out of his pocket to be certain that he takes at least one of each flavour? I think the

  9. Algebra

    Rachel and Lindsay are in third place in a race. Due to a time penalty, they must start the next leg 90 minutes after the second place team. If rachel and lindsay travel at an average rate of 16.8 mph and the second place team travels at an average rate of

  10. math

    Rachel has been offered full-time sales positions at two different furniture stores. The first store will pay her a weekly salary of $250 plus a commission of 12% of her sales. The second store will pay her a weekly salary of $475 plus an 8% commission. If

  11. Math

    Beth has 1/4 bag of candy. She ate 1/2 of the candy. What fraction of the whole bag is leftover.? I say 7/8, she ate 1/2 of 1/4 which is 1/8, there are 8/8's in a WHOLE BAG... subtract the 1/8 she ate and there are 7/8 left. The question Asks what fraction

  12. Algebra

    A bowl contains 10 jellybeans (4 red, 1 blue, and 5 white). If you pick 3 jellybeans from the bowl at random and without replacement, what is the probability that exactly 2 will be red? Express in a common fraction.

  13. Finance

    Juan and Rachel Burpo plan to buy a time-share in six years of $16,860. In order to have adequate funds to do so, the Burpo want to make a deposit to their money market fund today. Assume that they will be able to earn an investment rate of 5.75%,

  14. Math

    1. How many triangles will there be in the 7th term of the following sequence? (1 triangle, 4 triangles, 7 triangles, etc.) A. 19*** B. 22 C. 16 D. 8 2. Rachel is placing playing cards on a table by following these steps. Step 1: First she places one card

  15. Math

    on the day Rachel was born, her grandparents deposited $ 500 into a savings account that earns 4.8%/a compounded monthly . They deposited the same amount on her 5th, 15th, and 10th birthdays. determine the balance in the account on Rachel's 18th birthday

  16. Biography

    Why was the marine biologist Rachel Carson's ideas about pesticides initially opposed?

  17. math

    Cynthia has a bag of jellybeans. There are two red jellybeans, one yellow jellybean, and two black jellybeans in her bag. Cynthia grabs two jellybeans and gives them to her friend, Pedro, and he eats them. What is the probability that she gives him two red

  18. maths

    Grace has 16 jellybeans in her pocket. She has 8 red ones, 4 green ones, and 4 blue ones.What is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her pocket to ensure that she has one of each color? ( could you tell me the steps ) thanks.

  19. Math

    Hi can you check my answer.plz Kelly and Rachel collected 193 pounds of newspapers between them. Kelly collected 35 pounds more than Racheal. How many pounds of the newspaper did each girl collect? A.Kelly: 79 pounds; Rachel: 114 pounds B.Kelly: 114

  20. Math

    Kelly and Rachel collected 193 pounds of newspaper between them. Kelly collected 35 pounds more than Rachel. How many pounds of newspaper did each girl collect? A. Kelly: 79 pounds; Rachel: 114 pounds B. Kelly: 114 pounds; Rachel: 149 pounds C. Kelly: 114

  21. 6th grade math

    Rachel completed 3/4 of her cleaning in 4 hours. How many total hours will Rachel spend cleaning? 4 divided by 3/4 4/1x4/3=16/3= 5 1/3 hours Is this correct?

  22. Math

    Rachel wants to carpet the rectangular floor of his basement . The Basement has an area of 864 square feet . The width of the basement is 2/3 its length. What is the length of Rachel's basement.

  23. Math

    Rena knows a dollar coin has a mass of a little than 10 grams. She guessed that 1 kilogram of dollar coins would be worth dollars. Is this prediction reasonable ? Explain your thinking

  24. English

    what is the subject complement in the following sentence? Rachel is a graduate

  25. math

    from a jar of red jellybeans and white jellybeans, the probability of picking a white jellybeans is 2/3. if the jar contains 24 jellybeans, how amny red jellyeans are in the jar 1 6 2 8 3 12 4 16 plz help i have no idea about this

  26. algebra

    rachel and rosa each invested the same amount of money in bonds. Rachel got an 8% return on her money and rosa got a 9% return. If rosa's annual interest was $500 more than rachel's, how much did each invest? Do i need a chart for this problem?

  27. algebra

    in 8 years rachel will be twice as old as warren. Today the product of their ages is 384. how old is rachel and how old is warred?

  28. science

    the diagram above shows the heating curve for the process of ice to liquid to gas. Rachel put a bottle of soda in the freezer while she finish getting ready for school. When Rachel retrieve the starter from the freezer the soda is slushy just like the way

  29. Child Development

    Rachel is a highechool student who has explored several employment and education alternatives. She has chosen to attend the community college near home to become a diesel mechanic. What is the identity status of Rachel according to James Marcia? A.

  30. social studies

    which president had the most jellybeans consumed at their election?

  31. Math

    Rachel owns 2 parakeets. One fourth of all her birds a re parakeets. How many birds does Rachel own?

  32. math

    Sarah jumped 18 1/2 feet in the long jump competition. Rachel jumped 19 1/8 feet. how much further did rachel jump?

  33. Algebra

    Katie is k years old. Harry is 4 years older than Katie. Rachel is twice as old as Harry. If you add together the ages of Katie, Harry, and Rachel the total comes to 36 years. Algebraically, determine the age of each person.

  34. math

    There are 50 jellybeans which are red, orange, green, and yellow, how many ways can you place the beans in a row providing each color are identical? And, how many handfuls of 12 are possible?

  35. Algebra word problem

    A pack of Jellybeans contains 7 different flavors: Apricot, Banana, Coconut, Date, Eggplant, Fig, and Grape. You can Eat each flavor individually or come up with some crazy combinations. How many flavor combinations are possible with these 7 flavors alone

  36. English

    Based on reading the excerpt from Silent Spring by Rachel Carson, what can you conclude was the author’s purpose? A. to entertain B. to inform C. to persuade D. to analyze B?

  37. Math

    Rachel and Rena are sharing a bag of jellybeans. Rachel ate 1/5 of the jellybeans. Rena ate 1/6 of the jellybeans left. Rachel then ate 2/5 of the remaining beans. Rena then ate 2/3 of the ones left. Rachel then ate half which left them two yellow

  38. Algebra

    Mr. Cal Q. Later has a bag of jellybeans. As he walks around the room, he places a few jellybeans on everyone's desk—everyone's, that is, except Leo. On Leo's desk he places the bag with the remaining jellybeans. Here are the numbers: 17: Harumi 14:

  39. Probability

    Triscia had 12 jellybeans in a jar (orange ones, green ones, and purple ones). After she ate all the orange ones (but none of any other color), the probability of taking out a green jellybean by chance was twice as high as it was before she ate any

  40. maths

    Paul, Kate and Sarah's mother left a bowl of jellybeans on their kitchen counter. Paul took one-third of the jellybeans, but then threw back 4 because he didn't like the black ones. Sarah ate 6 jellybeans and then took one-quater of what remained. Kate

  41. Math

    A bag of jellybeans weighs 2 1/4 pounds. 1/5 of the jellybeans in the bag are black. How much do the black jellybeans weigh? (SHOW ALL WORK)

  42. math

    in a bag of red and black jellybeans, 136 are red and the remainer are black jellybeans. If 15% of the jellybeans in the bag are black, what is the total number of jellybeans in the bag?

  43. math

    grace has 16 jellybeans in a bag. she has 8 red ones, 4 green ones and 4 blue ones. what is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her bag to ensure she has one of each color?

  44. math

    If you have a bag of jellybeans that can be divided equally among three, five or 13 people, what is the smallest number of jellybeans the bag can contain?

  45. Math

    In a bag of red and black jellybeans 136 are red jb and the remaining r black jb if 15% of the jellybeans in the bag are black whatis the total number of jelly beans in bag A) 151 B 175 C) 175 D 200 E 906

  46. math

    A jar contains 100 white jellybeans, 50 yellow jellybeans and 20 green jellybeans. Jason is blindfolded; he wants to get at least 1 green jellybean. Assuming that each jellybean he removes is randomly chosen, how many must he remove in order to ensure that

  47. math

    Grace has 16 jellybeans in her pockets. She has 8 red ones, 4 green ones, and 4 blue ones. What is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her pocket to ensure that she has one of each color?

  48. math

    If a jellybean is chosen at random from a jar containing 3 blue jellybeans, 8 red jellybeans and 13 green jellybeans, then the probability that the jellybean chosen is red is: a) 1/2. b) 1/3. c) 1/7. d) 1/8. e) 13/24.

  49. Math - Algebra

    All the jelly beans in a jar are blue, green, red, white, or yellow. There are b blue jellybeans in the jar, as well as 3/4 b green jelly beans, 5/8 b red jellybeans, 9/16 b white jellybeans, and 7/16 b yellow jellybeans. If there are a total of 216

  50. math

    A person gave bags of jellybeans to 11 students. The mimimum was 8 maximum was 21, mode was 14 and median was 15. What was the number of jellybeans each student could have reported to get the landmarks given

  51. Advanced Functions

    Rena has been offered entry-level positions with two firms. Firm A offers a starting salary of $40 000 per year, with a $2000 per year increase guaranteed each subsequent year. Firm B offers a starting salary of $38 500, with a 5% increase every year after

  52. childcare

    2. Rachel's parents enrolled her in your after-school program in September. In October, Rachel and another girl named Callye started planning a holiday play for December. They worked on the plan everyday. Soon they became inseparable. In December, parents

  53. Algebra 1

    While playing a game, Rachel pulls two tiles out of a bag without looking and without replacing the first tile. The bag has two colors of tiles--black and white. There are 10 more white tiles than black tiles. a. Write and simplify an expression that

  54. Algebra 1

    While playing a game, Rachel pulls two tiles out of a bag without looking and without replacing the first tile. The bag has two colors of tiles--black and white. There are 10 more white tiles than black tiles. a. Write and simplify an expression that

  55. math

    Mrs Olive gave her 4 children a sack of candy to share. Mark ate 1/2 of the candy in the sack and passed the sack to Rachel. Rachel ate 1/3 of the remaining candy and passed the sack to Fred. Fred then ate 1/4 of the candy that remained and passed the sack

  56. Japanese

    How would I say my younger twin sister's name is Rachel in Japanese? Is it "Futago no imooto no namae wa Rachel desu"? And when I am saying there are so many people in my family, do I include myself in that count?

  57. hw brain teaser help

    here is what the teacher has. Kim, Rachel,Jim,and Rick finished first, second, third and fourth in a motor bike race. if there numbers were 5, 17, 1, 7, use the following clues to find out who had what # and what order they finished. * 17 said she would

  58. math

    1. Rachel, Olivia, and Deon make their own pizzas. All three pizzas are the same size. a. Rachel cut her pizza into four equal pieces and ate three pieces. What fraction of the pizza did she eat? b. Olivia cut her pizza into eight equal pieces and ate five

  59. math

    phil took 1/5 of a piece of cheese and rena took 4/9 of the remaining amount?

  60. Maths

    Marcus and Rachel want to save up $25 000 for a deposit on an apartment in 6 years' time. They aim to pay around half the deposit each. Marcus invests an inheritance of $9000 in a bank account where it earns 8% p.a. Rachel invests $100 at the beginning of

  61. Physical Science- Math skills

    Rachel is asked to calculate the density of a liquid. She correctly measures the mass of the liquid to be 14 grams, but she incorrectly measures the volume of the liquid to be 10 mL. The actual volume of the liquid is 9 mL. If Rachel uses the following

  62. math

    Rachel spent 2 1/4 hours practing for her violin solo 5 times last week . How much times did Rachel spend practicing last week?

  63. math

    Rachel is curious about the number of pets that people own. She surveyed her 20 classmates, asking them exactly how many pets they own. Rachel's data is shown below: Number of Pets 0 Pets 1 Pet 2 Pets 3 Pets Number of Classmates 9 6 1 4 What is the mean

  64. math

    Rachel cannot remember how much money she had when she came to school this morning. She used half of the money for lunch and then spent half of what was left to buy paper. If she now has #1.35, how much money did Rachel begin with?

  65. math problem solving

    rachel jogged along a trail that was 1/4 of a mile long. she jogged along the trail 8 times. how many miles did rachel jog in all?

  66. Math

    Sharon, tracy and Rachel collected a total of 283 stickers. At first, sharon had 1/8 as many stickers as Tracy. When rachel gave 25 of her stickers to sharon, sharon had 1/4 as many stickers as tracy. How many stickers did rachel collect at first?

  67. math

    Rachel wants to carpet the rectangular floor of his basement . The Basement has an area of 864 square feet . The width of the basement is 2/3 its length. What is the length of Rachel's basement.

  68. Intro statistics

    A bag contains 7 red, 6 orange, and 9 green jellybeans. What is the probability of reaching into the bag and randomly withdrawing 11 jelly beans such that the number of red ones is 7 the number of orange ones is 1 and the number of green ones is 3?

  69. Math

    Rachel is placing playing cards on a table by following these steps. Step 1: First she places one card in the middle of the table. Step 2: Next she adds one more card directly to the left, to the right, and below the first card. Step 3: Next she adds one

  70. Algebra

    katie is k years old. harry is 4 years older than katie. rachel is twice as old as harry. if you add together the ages of katie, harry, and rachel the total comes to 36 years. algebraically, determine the age of each person

  71. math

    Three friends Nick, Rachel and Ahmed have a lemonade stand. They decide to share the profits the following way. Nick gets 2/3 of the total profits. Rachel will get 1/4 of the total profits. Explain why Ahmed will get 1/12 of the total profits. Give reasons

  72. Math

    Rachel is 2 times as tall as Kendall. Rich is 3 inches taller than Rachel. Brian is 74 inches tall and 1 inch shorter than Rich. How tall is Kendall?

  73. math

    rena bluestreak earned $12. She spent $8. what fractions of her earnings did she spend/ what fraction did they have left? the amount she spent is how many times as much as the amount she saved?

  74. math

    Rachel is placing playing cards on a table by following these steps. Step 1: First she places one card in the middle of the table. Step 2: Next she adds one more card directly to the left, to the right, above, and below the first card. Step 3: Next she

  75. math

    Rachel is placing playing cards on a table by following these steps. Step 1: First she places one card in the middle of the table. Step 2: Next she adds one more card directly to the left, to the right, above, and below the first card. Step 3: Next she

  76. science

    1) Create an APA reference for this publication as one would find in the reference page Article Title: Truly, Madly, Depp-ly Author: Frank DeCaro, Bill Evans, Tom Black, Rachel McGill, Ed Strong, Sue Koch, Mark Thomas, Rachel Dew, and Gary Edwards.

  77. science

    1) Create an APA reference for this publication as one would find in the reference page(2 marks): Article Title: Truly, Madly, Depp-ly Author: Frank DeCaro, Bill Evans, Tom Black, Rachel McGill, Ed Strong, Sue Koch, Mark Thomas, Rachel Dew, and Gary

  78. physics

    Rachel is asked to calculate the density of a liquid. She correctly measures the mass of the liquid to be 13.9 grams, but she incorrectly measures the volume of the liquid to be 8 mL. The actual volume of the liquid is 7 mL. If Rachel uses the following

  79. math

    grace has 16 in her pocket. she has 8 red ibesm 4 green ones, and 4 blue ones. what is the minimum number of jellybeans she must take out of her pocket to ensure that she has one of each color?

  80. math

    Rachel , smith , john and Thomas brought in 300 pennies for the penny harvest . Smith brought in 2/6 of the pennies . Rachel brought 1/5 and Thomas brought 1/4 of the pennies. How many pennies did john bring in?

  81. 4th grade math

    han ate 3 apples out of a bag of 6 apples. lester ate 2 apples out of a bag of 5 apples. use equivalent fractions to decide if han or lester ate a larger part of the total apples from each bag. explain your answer

  82. Prosbility

    One thousand raffle tickets are sold for 1 dollar each. One price of 800.is to be awarded. Rena Condos purchases one ticket? Determine her expected value Determine the fair price of the ticket 1/800 1 dollar

  83. 5th grade - MATH

    Can someone help me figure out the way to solve this math word problem? Gerri bought a small bag of peanuts and ate 1/2 of the peanuts on Monday. On Tuesday, she ate 1/2 of the peanuts that were left. On Wednesday, she ate 1/2 of the peanuts that were left

  84. Calculating Charge on a Polpetide

    10) What is the charge on the peptide CHEMISTRY at pH 8.3?? How would you go about this?Look at the ionizable groups? Thanks, Rachel

  85. Math

    How many minutes would it take Rachel to jog 3 miles if she jogs 1/15 mile every minute?

  86. English - Rachel Renee Russell Bio

    Is there a full biography about Rachel Renee Russell on how she became a writer and her books.

  87. math

    rachel is ranked 72 out of 451 students. whats her class rank percentile?

  88. math

    in 1998 rachel opened an account paying 4% annual interest. Has her money doubled yet? if so when did it and if not when will it.

  89. English

    Which of these sentences has a missing antecedent? Although my sister is a swimmer, I don't know anything about it. When Trina and Rachel went to the mall, she drove.

  90. 5th grade math

    Rachel has a box of cupcakes that she wants to share equally with her 5 friends. Write an expression to represent the problem.

  91. Math

    if ben ate 4 of 6 candies in a bag and phil ate 5 of 6 candies in his bag, how much did they eat altogether?

  92. Algebra Please help

    A pack of Jellybeans contains 7 different flavors: Apricot, Banana, Coconut, Date, Eggplant, Fig, and Grape. You can Eat each flavor individually or come up with some crazy combinations. How many flavor combinations are possible with these 7 flavors alone

  93. Algebra word problem

    A pack of Jellybeans contains 7 different flavors: Apricot, Banana, Coconut, Date, Eggplant, Fig, and Grape. You can Eat each flavor individually or come up with some crazy combinations. How many flavor combinations are possible with these 7 flavors alone

  94. English 7 - Extra Credit Project (PLZ READ!)

    What is Rachel Renee Russell adress. I can't seem to find it. I'm really writing a letter to her and doing this as a extra credit project for english.

  95. Social Studies

    How do you think America might be different if the U.S. presidential election of 1828 had not occurred? The first Democratic government would not be established and Jackson's wife, Rachel would not have died.

  96. math

    erin ate 1/4 of her cookies for snack .she had 18 left in her bag.how many did she have in the bag before she ate her snack?

  97. Math

    Rachel planted a flower garden. She planted roses in 1/4 of the garden and 1/3 of the roses were pink. She planted tulips in 1/3 of the garden and 1/3 of the tulips were pink. How many roses were there in Rachel's garden?

  98. Quick english help

    Please check each of my answers from these short stories in "The House On Mango Street". Please correct me if I'm wrong! "Laughter" 1. Which of the following best characterizes the relationship between eaperanza and Nenny in this story? A. Esperanza

  99. math

    this one is kind of hard julia can buy 3 jellybeans for 5 cent. she can buy a piece of gum for 2 cent. if julia spends 50 cent in all and gets 28 items, how much of each kind of candy does she have?

  100. science

    rachel carson caused controversy with her search about the harmful effects of the pestscide ddt wich group mots likley would have disagreed wihe her finding

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