Sam has 18 employees on his staff. He gave 2 chocolate chip cookies and 5 peanut butter cookies to each employee. What is the total number of cookies he gave away?

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  1. Probability

    1. Suppose there are two full bowls of cookies. Bowl #1 has 10 chocolate chip and 30 plain cookies, while bowl #2 has 20 of each. Our friend Fred picks a bowl at random, and then picks a cookie at random. We may assume there is no reason to believe Fred

  2. Math

    There are 4 chocolate chip cookies and 12 oatmeal cookies in a jar. If you reach in an randomly choose 2 cookies without replacing the first, what is the probability that both will be chocolate chip? Thanks!

  3. Math

    You are baking chocolate chip cookies. One batch makes 4 dozen big cookies. The recipe calls for 3/4 cup brown sugar. How many cups of brown sugar would you need if you wanted to make 11 dozen cookies.

  4. Math

    It is a story problem. Courtney has 27 chocolate chip cookies and 36 oatmeal raisin cookies. She needs to arrange them on trays. She doesnt want to combine either type of cookies and she wants the same number on each tray. What is the largest number of

  5. Statistics

    The number of chocolate chips in a bag of chocolate chip cookies is approximately normally distributed with a mean of 1264 chips and a standard deviation of 116 chips. (a) Determine the 28th percentile for the number of chocolate chips in a bag. (b)

  6. Math

    Kerri's father bill was a baker. Out of his usual morning batch of cookies bill burned the first 2 dozen cookies. He gave half of what was left to Keri to take to scol. He wrapped up half of the remaining cookies and have them to a group of fireman. He

  7. math

    a recipe for chocolate chip cookies calls for 1 1/2 cups of flower. If you are making 2 1/3 recipes, how many cups of flower are needed?

  8. Statistics

    The number of chocolate chips in a bag of chocolate chip cookies is approximately normally distributed with a mean of 1264 chips and a standard deviation of 116 chips. (a) Determine the 28th percentile for the number of chocolate chips in a bag. (b)

  9. 6th grade

    in this sentence - Grandma has just made chocolate chip cookies, what part of speech is the word "just"??

  10. 6th grade math

    Can you check these, please(studying order of operations). 1. Sam bought two CDs for $13 each. Sales tax for both CDs was $3. Write an expression to show how much Sam paid in all. Ans: 13*2+3 2. Alicia made 24 chocolate chip cookies and 36 sugar cookies.

  11. Math. plz help or try.

    I would love it if you helped me. 1. Determine the median of this data set. 5,6,3,2,2,4,8,9 A. 2 B. 4.5 C. 5.5 D. 5 2. What is the mode of the data set? 27,35,57,36,44,57,33,34,66,30,33,42,57,23,35 A. 35 B. 33 C. 42 D. 57 3. Sam conducted a survey in which

  12. math

    Emily baked 3 batches of 13 sugar cookies each. She ate 2 of the cookies and gave 10 of them to her neighbor. In return, her neighbor gave her half of a batch of a dozen chocolate chip cookies. How many cookies does Emily have?

  13. math

    A cookie jar contains 6 chocolate chip cookies, 4 oatmeal cookies, 8 peanut butter cookies, and 2 sugar cookies. If a cookie is pulled from the jar what is the probability that it is oatmeal or peanut butter?

  14. 5th grade math

    Edna baked cookies. She ate 1/5 of the cookies and gave 1/3 of the cookies to Patty. What fraction of Edna's cookies are left?

  15. math

    A recipe for chocolate chip cookies calls for 1 and one fourth1 1 4 cups of flour. If you are making 2 and one half2 1 2​recipes, how many cups of flour are​ needed? The number of cups of flour needed to make 2 and one half2 1 2 recipes of chocolate

  16. Lincoln College Of New En

    the average 1-ounce chocolate chip cookie contains 110 calories. A random sample of 15 different brands of 1-ounce chocolate chip cookies results in the following calorie amounts, at the a = 0.01 level, is there sufficient evidence that the average

  17. finite math

    A tray contains 14 chocolate chip cookies and 16 oatmeal raisin cookies. How many ways can a child select 4 cookies that include at least 1 chocolate chip cookie?

  18. Math

    A cookie recipe called for a half cup of chocolate chips per 3 dozen cookies. How many cups of chocolate chips should be used for 10 dozen cookies?

  19. Math

    type of cookies|adults|children chocolate chip | 5 | 10 peanut butter | 8 | 6 oatmeal | 7 | 4 16. Based on the two way frequency table how many people chose chocolate chip cookies A. 20 B. 15 C. 14 D. 11 17. What percentage of the adults chose peanut

  20. Math 7 - NYS Math Exam Review Help! (Q2)

    9. Eric's mother wants to help him with his math homework. She puts 24 cookies in a cookie jar. Twelve (12) of the cookies are chocolate chip, 8 are oatmeal, and 4 are peanut butter. She then has Eric select a cookie from the jar without looking. Next,

  21. Math

    The school had a bake sale to raise money. A group of 11 students bought either chocolate chip cookis for $.40 cents each or brownies for $.50 cents each. The total amount they spent was $5.10. How many chocolate chip cookies and brownies did they buy?

  22. Econ

    Chip's Chocolate Factory has an agreement with its workers to completely index the wages of its employees to inflation in the CPI. Chip's currently pays its production line workers $20 an hour and is scheduled to index their wages today. If the CPI is

  23. Math

    You are making cookies. One recipe calls for 4 cups of chocolate morsels for 3 batches of cookies.. A second recipe calls for 5 cups of chocolate morsels for 4 batches of cookies. Which cookies will contain more chocolate morsels?

  24. Math

    A cookie jar contains 3 chocolate-chip, 2 peanut butter, 1 lemon, 1 almond, and 5 raisin cookies. a) In how many ways can you select some cookies, if you must include at least one chocolate-chip cookie. Please please please.. reply back asap.. i am totally

  25. Math

    Dick just hired a new employee to work in your bakeshop. In one hour the employee burned 55 chocolate chip cookies. If this represented 15% of the day’s production, how many cookies did you plan on producing that day? I am getting the answer as 36666

  26. Math

    7 billion chocolate chip cookies are consumed annually. In order to find out how many cookies are consumed on average by every person in the United States, what other information would you need to know in order to solve the problem?

  27. probability

    1. 52% of adults say chocolate chip is their favorite cookie. 40 adults are randomly selected and ask their favorite cookie. Find the probability that a) at most 15 people say chocolate chip is their favorite cookie. b) at least 15 people say chocolate

  28. Fractions

    Kylee bought a pack of 12 cookies. One-third of the cookies peanut butter. How many of the cookies in he pack are peanut butter? (A) 9. (B) 6 (C) 4. (D) 3

  29. Verb question

    Which of the following sentences does not use smell as a linking verb? The rotten eggs left in the fridge smell horrible. or The chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven smell delicious.

  30. Math

    Kerri's father bill was a baker. Out of his usual morning batch of cookies bill burned the first 2 dozen cookies. He gave half of what was left to Keri to take to school. He wrapped up half of the remaining cookies and have them to a group of fireman. He

  31. math

    A tray contains 11 chocolate chip cookies and 15 oatmeal raisin cookies. How many ways can a child select 4 cookies that include at least 1 chocolate chip cookie?

  32. math

    All varieties of a certain brand of cookies are $3.50 A person buys peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies. Write an expression that tepresents the total cost.

  33. math

    Elizabeth and Lauren sold cookies for a school fundraiser and made $1,316.70. Together the girls sold a total of 831 cookies. Elizabeth sold chocolate chip cookies for $1.50 each, and Lauren sold peanut butter cookies for $1.65 each. How many cookies did

  34. Math

    Kiara bakes 40 oatmeal cookies and 48 chocolate chip cookies in plastic containers for her friends at school. She wants to divide the cookies into identical containers so that each container had the same number of each kind of cookie. If she wants each

  35. math

    Logan bought 12 cookies at the bakery. If 1/3 were chocolate chip, 1/3 were mint, and 1/3 were peanut butter, how many of each kind of cookie did Logan buy?

  36. algebra

    two bakeries produce three types of cookies, chocolate chip, sugar, and peanut butter. the cookies are produced in batches containing some of each type of cookie. the cooks will not break up a batch, so you must buy an entire batch of cookies if you want

  37. Statistics

    Suppose there are two full bowls of cookies. Bowl #1 has 10 chocolate chip and 40 oatmeal, while bowl #2 has 30 chocolate chip cookies and 20 oatmeal cookies. Our friend Bob picks a bowl at random, and then picks a cookie at random. We may assume there is

  38. math

    One night Ms. Factor baked chocolate chip cookies. She used a 20-ounce package of cookie dough to make 3 dozen cookies. What was the average weight of each cookie.

  39. math

    the cookie monster has a package of cookies with him consisting of 4 chocolate chip, 5 raisin and 6 almond nut, 7 other different assorted cookies. if he reaches into the package and eats all the cookies, eating one cookie at a time, how many different

  40. Math

    Uncle Joe made chocolate chip cookies. Eric ate fifty percent of them right away. Ryan ate fifty percent of what was left. Ten cookies remain. How many cookies did Uncle Joe make?

  41. Math

    Sorry, this will be the last question I post! :) Based on the two-way frequency table, how many adults were surveyed? TypeOfcookie--adults-Children-Total- Chocolate chip| 5 |10 ? Peanut Butter |8 |6 ? Oatmeal | 7 |4 ?

  42. Math grade 2

    Mrs. Cruz baked 250 chocolate cookies.she baked 79 fewer strawberry cookies than chocolate cookies.how many strawberry cookies did she bake

  43. Algebra

    There are 5 different cookies in a bag. One of them is your favorite, chocolate chip. What is the probability that you will not get your favorite? A.1/5 B.2/5 C.24/25 D.4/5 I think it is D...?

  44. Probabilities

    In a cookie jar, there are 6 chocolate cookies and 8 oatmeal cookies. I take out the cookies one at a time and proceed to eat them. The probability that the 7th cookie that I eat is a chocolate cookie is a/b, where a and b are positive coprime integers.

  45. math

    nisha is putting 64 cookies and 40 truffles into gift boxes. Each box willhave the same number of cookies and chocolate truffles. What is the reatest number of boxes Nisha can make with no cookies or chocolate truffles left over? I guessed 8 because it

  46. Math

    Chocolate chip: Adults=5 Children=10 Peanut butter: Adults=8 Children=6 Oatmeal: Adults=7 Children=4 What percentage of the children chose penut butter? A. 70% B. 25% C. 30% D. 45% Is the answer B? Thank you

  47. math

    Sam has 18 employees on his staff. He gave 2 chocolate chip cookies and 5 peanut butter cookies to each employee. What is the total number of cookies he gave away?

  48. math

    Amy has 17 employees on her staff. She gave 3 chocolate chip cookies and 2 peanut butter cookies to each employee. What is the total number of cookies she gave away?

  49. Algebra

    3. In his propane oven, he bakes two baking sheets with 24 Peanut Butter cookies on each sheet, two baking sheets with 18 Chocolate Chip cookies on each sheet, and one baking sheet with 10 Peanut Butter cookies and 12 Chocolate Chip cookies Write an

  50. Math

    Mrs. Smith surprised her 30 students with cookies. She gave them a choice of chocolate chip, peanut butter and sugar cookies. 5 students had only a chocolate chip cookie, 3 had only a peanut butter cookie, and 2 had only a sugar cookie. 5 students had a

  51. Math

    A supermarket baker is making chocolate chip cookies. She has 6 pounds of chocolate chips. She needs 3/4 of a pound to make one tray of cookies. How many trays of chocolate chip cookies can she make?

  52. math

    All varieties of a certain brand of cookies are $3.50 A person buys peanut butter and chocolate chip cookies. Write an expression that tepresents the total cost.

  53. math

    Mary is baking cookies for her school bake sale. For every 5 chocolate chip cookies she makes 2 oatmeal raisin cookies. If she keeps this ratio, and bakes 84 cookies total, what will be the ratio of chocolate chip cookies to oatmeal raisin cookies?

  54. third grade Math

    Julie made 206 cookies. 142 were chocolate chip. write the amount of chocolate chip cookies into a fraction. I am not sure how to solve this. Can anyone help me?

  55. Statics

    In a chocolate chip cookie investigation, you decide to compare two cookie sources. Source 1: Mom mails to you a package containing a dozen of her homemade chocolate chip cookies. Source 2: You purchase a dozen of a store brand of chocolate chip cookies at

  56. math

    The school had a bake sale to raise money. A group of 11 students bought either chocolate chip cookies for $.40 each or brownies for $.50 each. The total amount they spent was $5.10. How many chocolate chip cookies and brownies did they buy?

  57. Math

    Mrs.Chou placed 45 cookies on a plate, and 36 of the cookies were chocolate chip. What percent of the cookies on the plate were NOT chocolate chip?

  58. Math

    a group of 11 students bought either chocolate chip cookies for forty cents each or brownies for fifty cents. The total amount they spend was five dollars and ten cents.How many chocolate chip cookies and brownies did they buy?

  59. math

    Logan bought 12 cookies at the bakery. If 1/3 were chocolate chip, 1/3 were mint, and 1/3 were peanut butter, how many of each kind of cookie did Logan buy?

  60. English CRT 250

    your child is trying to prove that she did not steal chocolate chip cookies from the cookie jar, so she makes this argument: “There are no chocolate stains on my hands, so I couldn’t have stolen the cookies.”

  61. college math

    two bakeries produce three types of cookies, chocolate chip, sugar, and peanut butter. the cookies are produced in batches containing some of each type of cookie. the cooks will not break up a batch, so you must buy an entire batch of cookies if you want

  62. Algebra

    If you make a bunch of cookies, and ten of your friends wanted some cookies. There are, in total, 5 dozen (60) cookies. Each dozen is a different kind; chocolate chip, oatmeal, no-bake, peanutbutter, and gingerbread. If you put all 60 cookies in a tin,

  63. math

    lance made 10 dozen cookies. He made 25 percent chocolate chip, 25 percent peanut butter, and the remaining 50 percent oatmeal raisin. How many of each type of cookie did he make?

  64. math

    Francis is baking cookies. The recipe for chocolate chip cookies calls for 2 2/3 cups of flour, the recipe for peanut butter coolies calls for 2.75 cups, the recipe for ginger snaps calls for 5/2 cups. If francis wants to use as little flour as possible,

  65. 7th grade math

    Shelly and Melissa spent Saturday morning making chocolate chip cookies. They counted the cookies and discovered they had made 53 of them. Then Shelly decided to divide the cookies. Since Shelly was five years older than Melissa, it seemed natural for her

  66. Math

    I don't know how to make an equation for this? Vanilla cookies $5/ box Chocolate cookies $3/box Mint cookies $2/box Mary was selling girl guide cookies. She sold twice as many vanilla cookies as she did chocolate cookies. She sold 75 more boxes of mint

  67. math

    writing algebraic expressions: 1. there were 3 times more sugar cookies baked than chocolate chip cookies 2. the kids ate 10 fewer cookies than the number of pies they made to sell 3. kino & sandra made 12 more pounds of cookie dough than tommy

  68. math (check answer plz)

    Types........ Adults Children Total Chocolate Chip 5 10 Peanut Butter 8 6 Oatmeal 7 4 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- What percentage of the children chose

  69. math

    draw a diagram of this statement. three fifths of the baker 60 cookies were chocolate cookies (a) how many of the baker cookies were chocolate? (b) what percent of the bakers cookies were not chocolate cookies

  70. CRT 205

    Imagine your child is trying to prove that she did not steal chocolate chip cookies from the cookie jar, so she makes this argument: ―There are no chocolate stains on my hands, so I couldn’t have stolen the cookies.‖  Post your response to the

  71. Math

    Emily hired a new employee to work in your bake shop. In one hour the employe burned 660 chocolate chip cookies. If this presented 13% of the days production, how many cookies did you plan on producing that day

  72. math

    the cookie monster has a package of cookies with him consisting of 4 chocolate chip, 5 raisin and 6 almond nut, 7 other different assorted cookies. if he reaches into the package and eats all the cookies, eating one cookie at a time, how many different

  73. math

    The lunchroom workersare giving away free cookies today. They gave the first graders 4 cookies. They gave the second graders 8 cookies. They gave the third graders 12 cookies. They gave the fourth graders 16 cookies. If the pattern continues, how many

  74. algerbra

    Type of Cookie Adults Children Total Chocolate Chip 5 10 Peanut Butter 8 6 Oatmeal 7 4 18. Based on the two-way frequency table, how many adults were surveyed? (1 point)13 15 20 40 19. What percentage of the children chose peanut butter? (1 point) 25% 30%

  75. Math

    Leah is making chocolate chip cookies and the recipe calls for 3/4 cup of chocolate chips. If she wants to make 2/3 of the recipe what fraction of the chips will she need?

  76. prealgebra

    A recipe for chocolate chip cookies calls for 1 cup sugar and 1 1/4 cups of flour. If the recipe makes 3 1/2 dozen cookies, how many cups of flour will be needed to make 12 dozen cookies?

  77. MATH

    Logan bought 12 cookies 1/3 was choc chip 1/3 was sugar and 1/3 was peanut butter How many of each kind of cookie did Logan buy

  78. math

    kyle gave 1/4 cookies to her brother, gave 23 cookies to her friend. He gave 2/10 of remaining cookies to his mother. Then took 5/8 to school to share. how many cookies did Kyle have left

  79. Microeconomics

    Maxine's Cookie Shop sells chocolate chip cookies in a perfectly competitive market for $2 per dozen. Maxine currently produces 200 dozen cookies per day and average total cost at this level of production is $1.75. What level of profit is this firm

  80. Probability

    In a cookie jar, there are 6 choco chip cookies and 8 oatmeal cookies. Kim takes out the cookies one at a time and proceeds to eat them. The probability that the 7th cookie that Kim eats is a choco chip cookie is a/b, where a and b are positive coprime

  81. Biology

    what compounds (fats, starch, protein and simple sugar) do the following foods have? Oatmeal Margarine Salmon Whole milk Chocolate chip cookies Peach

  82. Biology

    what compounds (fats, starch, protein and simple sugar) do the following foods have? Oatmeal Margarine Salmon Whole milk Chocolate chip cookies Peach

  83. Biology help!!

    what compounds (fats, starch, protein and simple sugar) do the following foods have? Oatmeal Margarine Salmon Whole milk Chocolate chip cookies Peach

  84. Math

    I don't understand how to get equation for this Annie was selling girl guide cookies she sold twice as many vanilla cookies as she did chocolate. She sold 75 more boxes of mint cookies than she did chocolate. Total sale of cookies = 675 how many boxes of

  85. math

    Kylee bought a pack of 12 cookies. Two thirds of the cookies are peanut butter. How many of the cookies in the pack are peanut butter?

  86. Math

    Kylee bought a pack of 12 cookies. Two thirds of the cookies are peanut butter. How many cookies in the pack are peanut butter?

  87. MATH ✿╣Check╠✿

    8. There are 5 different cookies in a bag. One of them is your favorite, chocolate chip. What is the probability that you will not get your favorite? 1/5 2/5 24/25 4/5**?

  88. math

    suppose that denise had doubled the number od trays of chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cooies she bakes.How many trays of cookies would she have baked?

  89. 5ht grade math word problems

    sue baked chocolate chip cookies. although the recipe said it would make 5 dozen, she actually made 4 less than that. if there were slightly more than 500 chips in the package what is the average number of chips for each cookie?

  90. Math

    Kylee bought a pack of 12 cookies. One-third of the cookies are peanut butter. How many of the cookies in the pack are peanut butter?

  91. math (check answer plz)

    type of cookies/Adults/children/total chocolate /5 /10 / ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Peanut /8 /6 / ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ oatmeal /7 /4 /

  92. math

    Help please. Word problems. Alex has 15 friends. She has 36 chocolate cookies. She wants each friends to have 3 chocolate cookies. how many more cookies does she need?

  93. Math

    Which of the given recipes will make cookies with the most chocolate chips per cookie? Order the recipes from the least chocolate chips per cookie to the most chocolate chips per cookies. Explain your answer. Recipe 1: 1 __ 3 4 cups of chips for a batch of

  94. Math

    Jill made some cookies. Jill gave 1/4 of her cookies to Bob. Then Jill gave 1/2 of the remaining cookies to Joe. At this point, Jill had 18 cookies left. How many cookies did Jill have at first?

  95. math

    60% chocolates in a CADY chocolate box are round shaped and rest are square shaped.30% of the chocolates are in that box are both round shaped and has a peanut inside.Ryan bought a round shaped chocolate of CADY chocolate box from a shop.Then what is the

  96. Stats

    Four diners have ordered a platter of desserts. The platter holds 8 chocolate chip cookies and 4 slices of chocolate cheesecake. The waiter gives each diner a randomly selected dessert. Let Y = the number of slices of cheesecake left on the platter after

  97. Math

    Use the pie chart "What is Your Favorite Cookie?" to find the reduced fraction equivalent for sugar/shortbread cookies. PNGChocolate chip 53% Peanut butter 20% Oatmeal 17% Sugar/Shortbread 7% Other 3% Reduced Fraction: Really confusing problem.

  98. Health

    Which one of the following choices is the best option for a vegan snack? A. Tomato juice and macaroni and cheese B. Almond milk with butter cookies C. Vanilla soymilk, peanut butter, and pretzels D. Chocolate soymilk with angel food cake I would say B ,

  99. Math

    Amy baked some chocolate and vanilla muffins. She gave away 3/5 of the chocolate muffins and 1/7 of the vanilla muffins. She gave exactly half of the total number of muffins. In the end, she was left with 24 more chocolate muffins than vanilla muffins. How

  100. English

    Okay, what is the difference between these 2 questions: What are the things your friend should know about htis person? What makes him/her interesting? Please explain the differences between those two questions. LIke, if I say the character likes chocolate

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