The answer is 8 1/3 Ms.sue how do you estimate

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  1. Math help?

    1. What are the equivalent fraction and decimal for 25%? 2. What is the equivalent decimal for 20%? 0.2 20 2.2 2 3. Estimate 78% of 20. 14 16 19 2 4. You go out to eat with your family, and you agree to leave the tip. What is a 15% tip on a $60.00 bill?

  2. 7th grade math Ms. Sue ASAP please

    Ms. Sue, sorry to keep bugging you with questions, but can you please check my answers? Sorry, I just want to get my answers correct when i turn it in thanks! 8. Four students work to find an estimate for square root 37. Who is closest to finding the true

  3. You will be missed Ms. Sue :(

    Ms. Sue's last words on this website were on December 7th to another student. She said, "Your Question?" Now, this might not seem like a big deal but...she actually wanted to help. She could have just scrolled past this post but she chose that she anted

  4. Calculus

    Oil is leaking out of a ruptured tanker at a rate of r = 19e^(2t) gallons per hour. Write a definite integral that represents the total quantity of oil which leaks out of the tanker in the first 3 hours. Using your formula answer the following questions:

  5. Pre-Algebra Help

    Alice plays basketball. In one game she shoots 21 free throws and makes 81.25% of them. Estimate how many feer throws she makes? A. About 16 B. About 2 C. About 20 D. About 14 Please, Ms. Sue or someone, help me!!

  6. Math

    Which two square roots are used to estimate √5? √1 and √2 √2 and √4 √4 and √9

  7. math

    MS. SUE PLEASE I NEED YOUR HELP! The attendance records for four Major League baseball teams for 2011 are shown below. Florida Marlins: 6.76 * 10^5 Los Angeles Angels: 1.26 * 10^6 Pittsburgh Pirates: 9.78 * 10^5 Chicago Cubs: 1.87 * 10^6 Which team had the

  8. Algebra

    Estimate the value of ✔️45 to the nearest integer A.-7 B.6 C.-6 D.7 An estimate for -✔️66 is A.-6 B.-7 C.-8 D.-9 An estimate for ✔️123 is A.10 B.11 C.12 D.13. (The check mark is square root)

  9. Ms. Sue

    I am accusing fake ms. sue's (AROUND THE GLOBE) for unhelpful answers for over 1,000 questions asked. This is very unusual for Ms. Sue for being in all of these posts. Now I may ask, who kept giving unhelpful questions? If the real Ms. Sue is here thanks

  10. math

    Sue is two years older than Chris. Jim is 4 years older than Sue. Their ages total 68. How old is Sue?

  11. conspiracy

    3 reasons why ms.sue is illuminati confirmed 1. sue has 3 letters, the illuminati has 3 sides 2. sue likes to go in the english questions, english has books, the illuminati also has books 3. sue has 2 eyes, the illuminati has 1 eye, 2-1 is 1 MS.SUE IS

  12. Science

    Which statement describes data that is negatively skewed? A. The majority of the data is to the left of the mean. B. The majority of the data is to the right of the mean. C. The majority of the data is in the center with the mean. D. The majority of the

  13. to ms.sue

    thank you ms.sue.i will remember you forever! here's a special poem for you! ms.sue, she's my favorite teacher too. she gives me ideas, mama-mia. sometimes I ask her questions twice, she is super nice. give a hip hip hooray, today, for the best volunteer,

  14. Math

    1. Identify the decimal And simplified fractional form of 60%. A. 0.6 and 4/5 B. (0.6 and 3/5) C. 0.06 and 3/5 D. 0.06 and 6/10 2.A baseball team wins 45% of its games. What fraction of games does it win? A. 8/20 B. 9/25 C. (9/20) D. 8/25 3. According to a

  15. Physics

    Sue and Sean are having a tug of war by pulling on opposite ends of a 1.43 kg rope. Sue pulls with a 46.47 N force. What is Sean's force if the rope accelerates toward Sue at 4.92 m/s2

  16. STATISTICS

    How can I solve this? A random sample of medical files is used to estimate the proportion p of all people who have blood type B. If you have no preliminary estimate for p, how many medical files should you include in a random sample in order to be 85% sure

  17. Probability

    Let Θ1 and Θ2 be some unobserved Bernoulli random variables and let X be an observation. Conditional on X=x, the posterior joint PMF of Θ1 and Θ2 is given by pΘ1,Θ2∣X(θ1,θ2∣x)= 0.26, if θ1=0,θ2=0, 0.26, if θ1=0,θ2=1, 0.21, if θ1=1,θ2=0,

  18. math

    ms. sue, i really need help with this question i dont understand it For all real numbers b and c such that the product of c and 3 is b, which of the following expressions represents the sum of c and 3 In terms of b A. b+3 B. 3b+3 C. 3(b+3) D. B+3/3 E.

  19. math

    Four students work to find an estimate for √37. Who is the closest to finding the true statement? Rhonda: "Use √16 and √25 to estimate." Ricardo: "I use √25 and √36." ***** Riley: "It should be between √36 and √49." Rhiannon: Use √49 and

  20. Geometry

    Which expression correctly identifies the volume of a rectangular prism that has sides of 3.0 mm, 2.5 cm, and 12.4 cm? A. V=(30 cm)(2.5 cm)(12.4 cm) B. V=(3.0 mm)(25 mm)(124 mm) C. V=(3.0 mm)(2.5 cm)(12.4 cm) D. V=(3.0 mm)(25 mm)(12.4 cm) While driving on

  21. TO MS. SUE

    MS.SUE IM IN THE 6TH GRADE AND IVE WORKED ON IT FOR 3 DAYS NOW I CANT GET IT. I ASK FOR HELP AND MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS DON'T GET IT EITHER. CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME MS. SUE??

  22. math

    Mrs. Sue Mrs. Sue!!!!!!!!! Pls help!!!! I am not good at this. Pls help me figure this out. And, PLs dont give a link. Thank You. P.s I dont even have an estimate. The radius of a cylinder is 3.5 ft. The height is 14 ft. Find the surface area and volume of

  23. To Ms. Sue (PLEASE read!)

    To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:05pm The radial artery is found close to the inside part of your wrist near your thumb. To Ms. Sue - Ms. Sue, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:11pm Right!! To Ms. Sue - Laruen, Sunday, April 22, 2012 at 6:12pm ok

  24. math

    sue has $400 in her saving account.if the bank pays her 6 1/2% interest,how much interest will sue earn? $26 is my answer right

  25. Finances

    sUE AND tOM wRIGHT ARE ASSISTANT PROFESSORS AT THE LOCAL UNIVERSITY. THEY EACH HAVE 40,000 PER YEAR AFTER TAXES. sUE IS 37 AND TOM IS35. THEIR 2 CHILDREN ARE 13,11.WERE EITHER OF THEM TO DIE THEY ESTIMATE THAT THE REMAINING FAMILY MEMBERS WOULD NEED 75% OF

  26. personal finance

    They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that the remaining family members would need about 75% of the present

  27. lattice math

    Why should we estimate before solving a problem? We should estimate before solving a problem to make sure our answer is close to the real answer. Here's a simple problem. Suppose we want to find wnat a 6% tax on a $10 purchase would be. When you do the

  28. Dont need to answer if you dont want to

    I was wondering, Since Ms. Sue answers almost every question and comments a lot, is Ms. Sue a teacher? Does she work here?

  29. fiance concept

    Sue and Tom are assistant professor at a local university they both take home $40,000 per year after tax sue is 37 years old and tom 35 years old they have two children karen 13 mike 11 if one of them die they estimate that the remaining family member

  30. Health Law

    please check my answer thanks :) Sue says that her claim is based on the fundamental law of nation what does that mean(what source is Sue relying on) I think Sue is relying on the constiution

  31. Business

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate

  32. Math - Oh my gosh please help!

    Lisa's Running Distances Day Distances (in kilometers) Monday 2.05 Tuesday 4.10 Wednesday 3.80 Thursday 1.95 Friday 4.05 Estimate the average distance, in kilometers, Lisa ran for the five days. Explain your estimation strategy. Based on your previous

  33. Probability

    Let X and W be independent and uniformly distributed on [−1,1]. We have given the following facts: E[X]=E[X^3]=E[X^5]=0 E[X^2]=1/3 E[X^4]=1/5 Suppose that Y=X^3+W Find the LMS estimate of Y, given that X=x. (Notice we are trying to estimate Y from X, not

  34. statistics

    A researcher wishes to estimate the mean amount of money spent per month on food by households in a certain neighborhood. She desires a margin of error of $30. Past studies suggest that a population standard deviation of $248 is reasonable. Estimate the

  35. math

    (a) Use the Midpoint Rule and the given data to estimate the value of the integral I. (Give the answer to two decimal places.) I = int_0^3.2 f(x)dx 1 x f(x) x f(x) 0.0 7.3 2.0 8.8 0.4 6.8 2.4 7.3 0.8 8.1 2.8 7.6 1.2 7.6 3.2 7.3 1.6 8.2 (b) If it is known

  36. ALGEBra Estimate

    need to estimate to find quotient: -476 / 90 ESTIMATE IS -450 / 90 IS -5 IM NOT UNDERSTANDING ESTIMATE FOR 538/ (-63) 479 / (-61)

  37. Math

    Sue's kitten eats 1/12 pound of food everyday. If Sue buys food in 5 pound bags, how many days does one bag of food last? I think I would divide and the answer would be 60 days is this correct?

  38. Math

    Suppose strontium-90 decays at a rate of 2 percent per year. (a) Write the fraction P of strontium remaining, as function of t, measured in years. (Assume that at time t=0 there is 100 % remaining.) Answer: P(t) = (b) Estimate the half-life of strontium.

  39. English

    I was writing this sentences, could you check it, please. Sue hasn’t eaten any fruit or vegetables for a while. Ned started to eat healthier food last year. Sue hasn’t never visited a doctor on a regular basis. Ned has lived a quiet life before they

  40. math

    The answer is 8 1/3 Ms.sue how do you estimate

  41. personal finance

    i need help with my personal finance home work Post Your Question so someone can answer it. Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35.

  42. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate

  43. adult education

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  44. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  45. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  46. financial investment homework

    Hi, My name is Franklin. I have a question on financial investment. Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike

  47. calculus

    consider the initial value problem dy/dx=y^2+1, y(0)=0. estimate y(2) 1) use h=1 to compute your estimate I got x1=1 x2=2 y=1=1 y2=3 2)use h=1/2 to compute your estimate I got x1=1/2 x2=1 x3=1.5 x4=2 y1=1/2 y2=9/8 y3=289/128 y4=5.306671143 3) use h=1/8 to

  48. finance concepts

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate

  49. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $42,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen, are 11 and 9. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  50. math

    I asked sue a question yesterday and don't understand the answer can you explain? Here what it was I think this question has a typo because none of the multiple choice answers fit. The question is which of the following values is in the solution set of

  51. math

    how do you estimate fractions? I know how to estimate numbers and decimals but the questions wants us to estimate fraction sand have the answer in fraction form. the question is : 2 1/10 divided by 1 1/5= how would these be estimated? without estimating I

  52. statistics

    Give an estimate for each expression in Exercises, Then state whether you believe that the exact answer is greater than or less than the estimate. Explain how you decided. Use a calculator to check the accuracy of your estimate. 978 X 66

  53. Personal Finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Suye is 37 years of age, and tome is 35. Their two children,Mike and Karen are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate

  54. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Suye is 37 years of age, and tome is 35. Their two children,Mike and Karen are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate

  55. math

    First estimate answer then divide to find exact answer. Simplify all answers. 2 2/3 divided by 10 2/3 I don't understand how to estimate the answer.

  56. Math

    Hello, could someone please go over the steps for this question? Thank you! 1. Find the circumference. Leave your answer in terms of pi. The middle line going through the circle is 8.4 (I'm so sorry I don't know the name of the line, brain fart). A) 12.6

  57. Math

    I need some help. Here is the problem: Give an estimate for the following expression. Then state whether you believe that the exact answer is greater than or less than the estimate. Explain how you decided. Here is what I have for an answer so far: 978*66

  58. Law and Ethic in Med

    Please check my answer thanks :) I am really not sure on this one What can a stillborn child's estate do with regqurds to lawsuits ? 1. Sue for wrongful death in most states? 2. Sue for wrongful death in only in a few states. 3. Can't sue for wrongful

  59. math

    14.9-10.1 They wanted me to choose the best estimate. What does estimate means? they arived at the answer 5. Estimate means to take an educated guess at the answer. In this problem, 14.9 is almost 15. 10.1 is about 10. 15 - 10 = 5. Oh thanks. I understand

  60. math

    Order of Magnitude (I'm not quite understanding it) 1) trying to 0.0000000734 estimated as the product with a single digit power of 10.*No multiple choice* 2) Trying to find the numbers that a greater than 7 x 10^-4 (Choose more than one answer type

  61. human resource management

    The EEOC: a)can sue on behalf of itself or on the behalf of a discirmination claimant b)does not have the power to sue on its own behalf c)does not have the power to sue on the behalf of a discrimination claimant d)does not have the power to sue IS A

  62. Personal Finance-Mathe

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  63. Social studies?

    Please ignore my previous post. I prematurely hit the enter key. I've been watching this board all day, waiting for someone to answer my physics question (no one has yet. sigh.) I just have to say Ms. Sue is my hero. She consistently answers almost every

  64. personal finance

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate that

  65. Math

    Here is the question: Give an estimate for the following expression. Then state whether you believe that the exact answer is greater than or less than the estimate. Explain how you decided, The original question is this 54*23. Here is what I've answered:

  66. Math

    I cannot figure this problem out. I have did it several ways and get conflicting answers. Give an estimate for the following expression: 12*26. Then state whether you believe that the exact answer is greater than or less than the estimate. Explain how you

  67. math

    i have $30.00 to spend on a dress the sales tax is 5%.About (estimate)how much can the dress cost if i want to spend all my money? ---need an answer ive done this over and over but confused on the estimate part. 30.00 x.005%= 29.50 but what is the estimate

  68. math fractions

    •math - Ms. Sue, Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 12:39pm 12 •math - bob, Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 12:56pm Ms. Sue can you tell me how you got that answer please. •math - Ms. Sue, Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 1:09pm Multiples of 6: 6, 12, 18, 24

  69. 6.29

    Beast estimate of 6.2992 would be 4 or 8. I was doing a question an answer is 6.29 but there is no 6.29 in option and they ate asking best estimate.

  70. math

    magnitude estimate for 9.3*2.8=_ The exact answer for 9.3*2.8 is 26.04, but we only have 2 significant figures in each of the factors, so 26 is the estimate. about 18

  71. Grade 12 Physics

    A young woman named Sassy Sue purchases a sports utility vehicle that can accelerate at the rate of 4.88m/s^2. She decides to test the car by dragging with another speedster, McSpeedy. Both start from rest, but experienced McSpeedy leaves 1.0s before Sue.

  72. law please check my answer

    please check my answer thanks :) Dr Bob thinks Sue a minor needs an operation . Sue's parents give their consent to the oeration this is an example of an informed consent True or False I said True

  73. 3rd grade

    Would you use a benchmark of 1,000 to estimate the number of shoes in your classroom? Explain. Thank you Ms. Sue for your explanation. It was very helpful. Do you know what benchmark means in this problem I don't understand.Thank You

  74. Math

    the best order-of-magnitude estimate for 0.00006? - 10^-3 - 10^-4 - 10^-5 * my answer - 10^-6 the best order-of-magnitude estimate for 789,000? - 10^7 - 10^6 - 10^5 - 10^4 *my answer I don't understand this quite well but I want to make sure my answers are

  75. Math (2nd time posting this)!

    the best order-of-magnitude estimate for 0.00006? - 10^-3 - 10^-4 - 10^-5 * my answer - 10^-6 the best order-of-magnitude estimate for 789,000? - 10^7 - 10^6 - 10^5 - 10^4 *my answer I don't understand this quite well but I want to make sure my answers are

  76. math

    emily pays $93 each year to belong to a photography club. next year, the membership fee will increase by 12.5%. emily estimates that the membership will just be under $100 each year after the increase. what is a true statement about emily's estimate? a.

  77. Psychology Please Help!!!!

    Billy Sue hated dresses, but loved dogs, horses, turtles, lizards, and frogs. Her grandmother, who knew how little girls should look, dragged her to the children's store and forced her into a lacy pink dress. Although Billy Sue scowled at her image in the

  78. econ/business

    Last month, Sue, of Sue's Sandwiches, sold $3,000 worth of product (sandwiches and sodas) from her sidewalk cart to 300 customers. She spent $600 on the sandwich ingredients and buying the sodas wholesale. Her monthly costs are the following: Utilities =

  79. math

    *This is orders of magnitude* 1)So, I have to estimate 16,700,000,000,000,000 the product of a single digit of 10. - 2 x 10^16 - 2 x 10^15 *my answer* - 1 x 10^16 - 1 x 10^15 2)0.00000394 estimated as the product of a single digit. ____ x 10____ *fill in

  80. Math

    Post a New Question Current Questions Homework Help: Math (HELP PLEASE) Posted by Anonymous on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 at 8:37pm. Estimate the total precipitation in inches and in days for Asheville and Wichita. City: Inches: Days:

  81. Math

    Here is the original question: Give an estimate for the following expression: 978*66. Is the exact answer going to be greater than or less than the estimate? Here is what I have: I rounded 978 to 1000 and 66 to 70. 1000*70=70,000 the actual answer was

  82. Maths

    Sue and Mary agree to play the best of three games of badminton. They stop if either of them have won two games. Over a long period of time, Sue wins 4 games out of every 5 games they play. Find the probability that Sue will win the best of three. I have

  83. 5th grade Math

    Find the product. Estimate to check. 0.12 X 04 _______ O.108 How do I estimate to check? 0.07 X 9.2 ________ 0.644 How do I estimate to check? 0.848 X 3.2 _________ 2.7136 How do I estimate to check? Choose the better estimate 22 X 0.6 a.(12) b.(1.2) I

  84. probalitity

    Let Θ1 and Θ2 be some unobserved Bernoulli random variables and let X be an observation. Conditional on X=x, the posterior joint PMF of Θ1 and Θ2 is given by pΘ1,Θ2∣X(θ1,θ2∣x)= 0.26, if θ1=0,θ2=0, 0.26, if θ1=0,θ2=1, 0.21, if θ1=1,θ2=0,

  85. 5th grade math

    Name the compatible numbers used to find the estimate. 1. 725/19 estimate:35 2. 3,641/34 estimate:120 Please show me how to work out these problems.

  86. Math

    Melvin estimate 645 + 322 by adding 600 + 300. Is his estimate sum an over or under estimate please? Ty

  87. Math, Precalc

    Sue rides her bike at a rate of 15 mph to May’s house 5 miles away. Then Sue and May walk to a park 2 miles away at a rate of 3 mph. What was Sue’s average speed for the entire trip?

  88. SCIENCE

    Ms. Sue was very helpful with this question,but now one of my friends disagrees. I am more confused than ever. Please help. The use of a plant crop to harness the sun's energy for conversion to energy sources is termed _________. Ms. Sue explained to me

  89. Math

    When Clint began his pursuit, Sue was already 60 miles ahead. If Sue travels at 40 mph and Clint travels at 60 mph, how many hours will it take Clint to catch up with Sue? It is a distance problem I do know that. I am not sure what type. Either + or =. I

  90. Elem. Math

    Estimate the number of personally constructed greeting cards possible at a machine if there are 12 designs, 30 messages, 18 closings, and 10 different paper stocks on (1 + 1)n, which to print the card. Indicate how you made your estimate. How valid was

  91. math

    Estimate the number of personally constructed greeting cards possible at a machine if there are 12 designs, 30 messages, 18 closings, and 10 different paper stocks on which to print the card. Indicate how you made your estimate. How valid was your estimate

  92. MATH Prob.

    Estimate the number of personally constructed greeting cards possible at a machine if there are 12 designs, 30 messages, 18 closings, and 10 different paper stocks on which to print the card. Indicate how you made your estimate. How valid was your

  93. Math

    Estimate the number of personally constructed greeting cards possible at a machine if there are 12 designs, 30 messages, 18 closings, and 10 different paper stocks on (1 + 1)n, which to print the card. Indicate how you made your estimate. How valid was

  94. A L G E B R A H ELP MS SUE.

    I THINK I MAY HAVE DONE MY HOMEWORK WRONG BECAUZE IT SAYS TO : ESTIMATE THE PRODUCT OR QUOTIENT. SO WOULD THAT MEAN TO ACTUALLY DO WORK THEN ESTIMATE THE PRODUCT OR QUOTIENT LIKE FIRST -72 X 57 = -4104 OR ESTIMATE; -4000 ? I AM CONFUSED ABOUT WHAT IM

  95. Math

    Ms sue has 1500 pineapples.Whiteteacher has 500 how many does sue has easy subtraction

  96. calculus

    Suppose strontium-90 decays at a rate of 2 percent per year. (a) Write the fraction P of strontium remaining, as function of t, measured in years. (Assume that at time t=0 there is 100 % remaining.) Answer: P(t) = (b) Estimate the half-life of strontium.

  97. NEED HELP WITH CALC

    Suppose strontium-90 decays at a rate of 2 percent per year. (a) Write the fraction P of strontium remaining, as function of t, measured in years. (Assume that at time t=0 there is 100 % remaining.) Answer: P(t) = (b) Estimate the half-life of strontium.

  98. science

    bob and sue are initially standing still on frictionless ice. bob weighs 500n . they push against each other and sue acquires an acceleration of 5m/s while bob acquires acceleration of 3m/s. what is sue mass

  99. math estimate

    can you check: i need to estimate the value of each expression: 7+3q: q = 7.6 i got: 29.8 estimated to : 30 2m^2 - 3m ; m = 1.6 i got: 0.32 estimate to : .3 is that right? x^2 + 7x - 19; x = 4.21 i got: 28.1941 estimate to: 28.2 is that right?

  100. Math

    Sue left her home at 6 A.M. driving her car at the rate of 50 miles per hour. At 8 A.M. her brother Kevin drove after her along the same highway, traveling at the rate of 60 miles per hour, in how many hours did Kevin pass Sue? I got 10 hours but that is

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