1. Math (Algebra)

    You are trying to distribute 566 ice creams and 183 cookies evenly to all of the students in a class. But you end up having 5 ice creams left and 4 cookies short. What is the maximum number of students in the class?
  2. Math (Algebra)

    You are trying to distribute 566 ice creams and 183 cookies evenly to all of the students in a class. But you end up having 5 ice creams left and 4 cookies short. What is the maximum number of students in the class?
  3. Math (Algebra)

    You are trying to distribute 566 ice creams and 183 cookies evenly to all of the students in a class. But you end up having 5 ice creams left and 4 cookies short. What is the maximum number of students in the class?
  4. math

    A cake and three ice creams together cost $210. Mary bought a cake and two ice creams for $200. a) Calculate the cost of 1 ice cream b) the cost of the cake c) the cost of 3 cakes and 5 ice creams
  5. Algebra

    On a hot summer day, Sunny bought 18 ice creams for her team members. Some were $7 each, and the others were $10 each. If she paid $165 in total, how many $7 ice creams did she buy?
  6. Maths

    6 lollies plus 3 ice creams cost £8.52. 3 ice creams plus 6 drinks cost £9.24. Find out individual cost of each item
  7. algebra

    the question says: the yearbook committee is distributing yearbooks to students by class. Each class has approximately the same number of students. The table shows number of volunteers who helped to distribute the yearbooks to each of the four classes and
  8. maths

    there are 104 students in class 10th and 96 students in class 9th in a school .in a house examination the students ate to be evenly seated in parallel rows such that no two adjacent rows are of the same class. (a) find the maximum number of parallel rows
  9. algebra

    Baking Cookies-Word Problem Our class planned a party for disadvantaged kids. Some of us baked cookies for the party. On the day of the party, we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two,three, four, five or six and have one cookie left over
  10. Math

    50 students are surveyed and here is the result. Food Frequency Ice cream - 12 Cookies - 11 Fruit -6 Candy -13 Other -8 Which of the following statement is true. A. More than half of the children chose candy B. More than half of the children chose either
  11. Math

    There are 24 students in mrs. garcia's class .she wants to divide the class evenly into groups of at least 4students .write ways in which she can divide the class
  12. Math

    Sarah's mom made cookies for Sarah and her four friends. There's one cookie too many to divide evenly among the friends. Then two more friends showed up. Sarah gave her mom one cookie, which allowed Sarah to divide all the cookies evenly. How many cookies
  13. Algebra word problem

    Baking Cookies-Word Problem Our class planned a party for disadvantaged kids. Some of us baked cookies for the party. On the day of the party, we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two,three, four, five or six and have one cookie left over
  14. Math

    Unable to derive any clues from the following. Please help! Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five,
  15. math

    still don't get it.....Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five, or six and have just one cookie left
  16. math

    ok i got the multiples of 7 so what do i do next ...Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five, or six
  17. math

    i still don't get it ...Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five, or six and have just one cookie
  18. math

    Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five, or six and have just one cookie left over in each case.If
  19. math

    Our class planned a holiday party for disadvantaged kids.Some of us baked cookies for the party.On the day of the party,we found we could divide the cookies into packets of two, three, four, five, or six and have just one cookie left over in each case.If
  20. math

    Ms.Montoya class baked cookies for school festival.They sold three fifths of the cookies on Thursday and one fourth of the cookies on Friday.If there were 24 cookies left after Friday,how many cookies did Ms.Montoya baked?
  21. Math

    BW made c cookies to divide evenly amoung O,TS,SB,and RD and BW himself. Write an algebraic expression that represents the number of cookies each person will receive. I have no clue...sorry those were intitals the problem characters had long names.
  22. Language

    in the excerpt from barrio boy, what makes Ernesto smilar to several of his classmates? A. Other students in the class also do not speak English.•• B. Other students in his class also live in his neighborhood. C. Other students in his class are also
  23. math

    Twenty -five students in a class were selling pizzas door to door in a community of 500.if the town was divided evenly among the students , how many did each student visit?
  24. math

    A ice cream seller sells five flavours of ice creams. How many combinations of 3 scoops of cones are possible. Hint repition of flavours is allowed
  25. Science

    5 Grade class with 20 students collected snack-survey data.The class made the circle graph. Cookies:5,Granola Bar:4,Candy Bar:7 Fruit:3,Other:1
  26. maths

    On children's day, a teacher brought 63 erasers and 147 sweets to distribute out completely to her class. Each student receives the same number of erasers as each other, and the same number of sweets as each other. What is the most number of students in
  27. Algebra POW HELP!!!!!

    The cost of renting a bus to go snowboarding was split evenly by the 20 students planning to go. The day before the trip, 10 more students decided to go. Dividing the cost evenly among all 30 students brought the average cost down by $9.00 per person. What
  28. Word Problem Help Please

    The cost of renting a bus to go snowboarding was split evenly by the 20 students planning to go. The day before the trip, 10 more students decided to go. Dividing the cost evenly among all 30 students brought the average cost down by $9.00 per person. What
  29. Math

    A group of students are selling homemade oatmeal cookies at $3 per bag. The students spent $23 on all the supplies to make the oatmeal cookies. Which expression can be used to find the profit made from selling, w, bags of oatmeal cookies, after accounting
  30. English

    Could you please check if everything is correct? Thank you. 1) Thank you very much for having your students send email to their Italian partners. 2) Tomorrow I will distribute the emails to my students so that they can start the partnership. 3) Four more
  31. math

    if 15 students perfer strawberry ice cream, how many students are in norman's class
  32. Algebra word problem/Splitting the Cost

    The cost of renting a bus to go snowboarding was split evenly by the 20 students planning to go. The day before the trip, 10 more students decided to go. Dividing the cost evenly among all 30 students brought the average cost down by $9.00 per person. What
  33. Algebra Splitting the Cost

    The cost of renting a bus to go snowboarding was split evenly by the 20 students planning to go. The day before the trip, 10 more students decided to go. Dividing the cost evenly among all 30 students brought the average cost down by $9.00 per person. What
  34. English

    There are 7 classes for first year students. Each class is composed of about 30 students. Emily is a student of Class 1-2. One of his classmates who went to the same elementary school asks: Which class are you in? What is the answer to the question? 1. I'm
  35. Tricky Math Question

    18, 9, 12, 15 There are four bags of marbles. One of them contains 18, one of them contains 9, one contains 12, and the other one contains 15 marbles. If I remove three marbles (must be three) and distribute one each of the other bags, that would be ONE
  36. Algebra

    At Central High School, the sophomore class has 60 more students than the freshman class. The junior class has 50 fewer than twice the number of students in the freshman class. The senior class is three times as large as the freshman class. If there are a
  37. Math

    If you divide a certain number by 17, the quotient is 47 and the remainder is 2. What is the number? What is the sum if all the numbers less than 496 that divides evenly into 496? The ratio of girls to boys in a class is 3:2m. If there are 35 students in
  38. 5th grade math (word problems)

    I'm not sure how to solve this problem. I know that i need to divide 36 cookies. But not sure how to figure out the number of groups. Am i using multiples of 4? Marie made 3 dozen cookies. She needs to dived them evenly into groups greater than 4. What are
  39. MATHS

    The recipe for mint chocolate ice cream requires 2 1/4 cups of creams for 5 people. You need ice cream for 8 people. How much cream will you need? Please explain,thanks.
  40. Science

    The study of human population patterns is called _________________. Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here is what the Online Dictionary says: Main Entry: de·mog·ra·phy Pronunciation: di-'mä-gr&-fE Function: noun
  41. science

    what is the meaning of binomial http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary two names It is used to identify plants You can look it up in an online dictionary. I did. Main Entry: bi·no·mi·al Pronunciation: bI-'nO-mE-&l Function: noun Etymology:
  42. Tricky Math Question

    15, 10, 13, 14 There are four bags of marbles. One of them contains 15, one of them contains 13, one contains 10, and the other one contains 14 marbles. If I remove three marbles (must be three) and distribute one each of the other bags, that would be ONE
  43. Math

    There are 48 cookies and 60 pieces of candy. The teacher uses all of the candy and cookies to fill bags for the students. He puts the same ratio of cookies to candy in each bag. What is the largest number of bags he could have made?
  44. math

    there are 20 students in mark`s homeroom class. Ten percent of the students in marks homeroom class are also in art class He finds the number of students in his homeroom class who are also in art class like this . Can you tell me the answer of how many
  45. Dowingtown

    Mrs.Partsch prepared a variety of cookies. 1/2 of the cookies were oatmeal raisin. 1/2 of the remaining cookies were gingerbread. There were 8 triple fudge cookies. How many cookies did mrs.patsch prepare altogether
  46. Statistics

    A history class is comprised of 5 female and 8 male students. If the instructor of the class randomly chooses 8 students from the class for an oral exam, what is the probability that 2 female students and 6 male students will be selected? Round your answer
  47. statistics: dependent event

    A psychology class is comprised of 4 female and 6 male students. If the instructor of the class randomly chooses 6 students from the class for an oral exam, what is the probability that 2 female students and 4 male students will be selected? Round your
  48. 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,
  49. Math

    How do I set this problem up and solve it. Mrs. Muniz's algebra class was collecting money for a party. The class decided that each student should give the same amount of money. They collected a total of $9.61. If everyone used 5 coins, how many nickels
  50. 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
  51. 10th Grade Math

    A history class is comprised of 6 female and 9 male students. If the instructor of the class randomly chooses 5 students from the class for an oral exam, what is the probability that 2 female students and 3 male students will be selected? Round your answer
  52. math

    three friends are sharing 36 cookies. jerry states that he wants 25% of the cookies, Gary wants 1/2 of the cookies and Terry wants 0.75 of the cookies. how many cookies does each person want? can each person get what they want? Explain your answer.
  53. algebra...

    In a school, there are 4 more students in Class A than in Class B, and 4 more students in Class B than in Class C. As a reward for good behavior, a teacher decides to give out some sweets. Every student in class C got 5 more sweets than every student in
  54. physical science

    The answer to this can be found more quickly by consulting either an online or hardcopy dictionary. Here is an online dictionary definition. Main Entry: ge·ol·o·gy Pronunciation: jE-'ä-l&-jE Function: noun Inflected Form(s): plural
  55. Math

    There are 24 students in Mrs.Smith's 1st block class. 1/4 of the class passed the math test with an A. 12 students in the class passed the math test with a B. What percent of the students in the class passed the test? ****** This is how I slove the
  56. Math

    Mr. White notices that of the 30 students in his science class, 18 are using yellow pencils, 6 are using blue pencils, 4 are using erasable ink pens, and 2 are using mechanical pencils. If his class is representative of the student body, and there are 600
  57. math

    three frinds are sharing 36 cookies . jerry wants 25% of the cokies , gary wants 1/2 of the cookies and terry wants o.75 of the cookies . how many cookies does each person want? can they get what they want ? explain your answer
  58. science

    A scoop of ice cream is placed on top of a warm piece of pie in a bowl. Which statements about the scenario are true? (Select all that apply.) the pies energy will destroy a portion of the ice creams energy the overall amount of energy in the bowl will
  59. finitemath.app. help plz!

    sweet delight candies sells boxes of candy consisting of creams and caramels. Each box sells for $8.00 and holds 50 pieces of candy (all pieces are the same size). if the caramels cost $.10 to produce and the creams cost $.20 to produce, how many caramels
  60. MATH

    Tara was out selling girl scout cookies. She noticed that the caramel cookies were the most popular, with lemon cookies being the next most favored. She actually sold three boxes lemons cookies for every four boxes of caramel cookies. If she sold 63 boxes
  61. Maths

    Rajesh gets Rs 240 per month. He spends one-third of it on ice creams ,one-half on comic books and the remaining on wafers . Find the ratio of the money spent on each item
  62. Physics

    The students made it to the bottom with out a problem but added 400 kg for a total of 455 kg and slides for 12.2 s across the surface of a frozen lake. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the kid and the ice is 0.071, what is the change in the
  63. Math

    Carlos counted all of the tickets that were taken at a school carnival. Each time he counted 10 tickets, he placed a tally on the chart below. Adult 16 Child 18 Which number sentence could be used to find t, the total number of tickets he counted?
  64. Math

    Mrs.Ryan gave her class cupcakes. She gave half the class yellow, a third of her class chocolate and the remaining students vanilla. If 5 students got vanillia how mny students are in the class? How many got yellow? Chocolate?
  65. Math

    The beginning tennis class has twice as many students as the advanced class. The intermediate class has three more students than the advanced class. How many students are in the advanced class if the total enrollment for the three tennis classes is 39? A.
  66. Statistics

    80. Florida State University has 14 statistics classes scheduled for its Summer 2013 term. One class has space available for 30 students, eight classes have space for 60 students, one class has space for 70 students, and four classes have space for 100
  67. Math

    Martin has 7 3/4 pounds of soil he wants to distribute evenly over 4 garden plots. How much soil will be in each plot?
  68. Math

    There are 20 students in Mark's homeroom class. Ten percent of the students in Mark's home room class are in art class. How many students are in art class?
  69. math

    Ms. Washington has 18 students in her class. She wants to send 3 of her students to pick up books for the class. How many combinations of students can she choose? 816 54 306 4896 I'm not sure if its A?
  70. Math

    Mr. Jefferson has 20 students in his class. He wants to send 4 of these students to pick up books for the class. How many combinations of 4 students can he choose? A)5 B)80 C)4845 D)116,280
  71. algebra help!

    8) While eating in the cafeteria at school, 65%, or 26, of the students in the class ate pizza. find the number of students in the entire class. My guess is 17 students?? PlZ Help!
  72. Math

    After delivering all of those presents, the elves were ready to eat some cookies. 50% of the cookies were sugar, and the rest were gingerbread. After eating 1,600 cookies, the number of sugar cookies decreased by 20% and the gingerbread cookies decreased
  73. math

    After delivering all of those presents, the elves were ready to eat some cookies. 50% of the cookies were sugar, and the rest were gingerbread. After eating 1,600 cookies, the number of sugar cookies decreased by 20% and the gingerbread cookies decreased
  74. Math

    In Mrs Halls class of 30 students, 17 have computers at home and 20 have cassettes. If 4 students in the class have neither a computer or a cassette, how many of the 30 students have both?
  75. algebra

    90 students from three different classes, A, B, and C are going on a field trip. Class A has 32 students and Class B has 28 students. Write an equation to describe the situation.
  76. math

    of the ice cream cones sold yesterday 1/2 was strawberry 1/10 was cookies and cream. what fraction of the ice cream sold was either strawberry or cookies and cream?
  77. math

    48.Kate's class has between 40 and 51 students. Exactly of 75%of the students in her class have black book bags, and exactly 1/6 of students in her class do not have a book bag at all. How many students are in Kate's class?
  78. Algebra

    1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
  79. Algebra

    1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
  80. Algebra

    1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
  81. math help!!!!! Thanks

    Eighteen students in a class play baseball. Seventeen students in the class play baseball. Thirty students in the class play either or both sports. In a Venn diagram which one shows the number of students who play basketball and baseball? A. 13 (1) 12 B.
  82. math

    At first one third of the class were boys. Then another boy joined the class. Now three out of eight of the class are boys how many students are in the class now? (Hint:There are fewer than 40 students in the class.)
  83. math

    Tickets to the Senior Class Play cost $3.00 for students, $8.00 for adults, and $5.00 for senior citizens. At Friday night's performance, there were 121 students, 174 adults, and 32 senior citizens. At Saturday night's performance, there were 183 students,
  84. algebra

    Last year, one fourth of the students in your class played an ninstrument. This year, 6 students joined the class. Four of the new students play an instrument. Now, one third of the students play an instrument. How many students are in your class now 18,
  85. geography

    Taken as a whole, what would you say is the single most pressing problem found in Latin America or South America? What possible solutions can you develop? My Answer: In my opinion, the most pressing problem would have to be the management of poverty. South
  86. Math

    A cookie recipe calls for 2/3 of a cup of flour and makes half a dozen cookies. How many cookies can you make if you have 9 cups of flour and want to use it all? I came up with an answer of 81 cookies by using a proportion. 2/3 over 6 (because half a dozen
  87. 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
  88. Chemistry

    1. I am making holiday cookies and the recipe says that it will make 48 cookies. After eating some raw cookie dough I bake the remainder into cookies and am able to make 44 cookies. what is the percent yield?
  89. Maths P5

    Daniel, Susan and Rick bought some cookies to sell. The cookies were sold at 6 for $2. Daniel sold 1/4 of the cookies. Susan sold 2/7 as many cookies as Rick. Daniel and Susan sold a total of 120 cookies. a)How many cookies did they sell altogether? b)How
  90. math

    One day during flu season, 1/3 of the students in a class were out sick, and only 24 students were left. How many students are in the class?
  91. math

    in a class of 30 students, 17 have computers at home and 20 have cassettes. If 4 students in the class have neither a computer or a cassette, how many of the 30 students have both?
  92. Geography

    Taken as a whole, what would you say is the single most pressing problem found in Latin America or South America? What possible solutions can you develop? My Answer: In my opinion, the most pressing problem would have to be the management of poverty. South
  93. statistics

    The mean grade in this class last semester was 78.3, and the variance was 34.6 . The distribution of grades was unimodal and symmetrical.. determine how many students are likely to fail the class (<60), and how many students are likely to get a “A”
  94. 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?
  95. math

    every math class at super fun time high school has 31 students and every science class has 18 students. the school offers 4 more math class than sciencs. if the school has 418 students, how many of each class does the school offer.
  96. Arithmetics

    if there are 380 females students in a class, and male students take up 60% of the class, how many total students are in the class? 380/0.6 = 633??
  97. Math

    A survey revealed that 4 out of 5 people prefer vanilla ice cream to chocolate. In a class of 30 how many students are likely to prefer chocolate ice cream?
  98. math

    In a local school 34 students are enrolled in a math class, 85 are enrolled in an english class, 58 are enrolled in an art class, and 54 are enrolled in a history class. Construct a pie chart with this data. What is the central angle of the slice
  99. Math

    Which is the best way to obtain a random sample when surveying a high school with 800 students about what to serve in the cafeteria. A.Only ask the 11th grade class. B.Draw a list of 50 students from a bowl with every student's name in it. C.Ask everyone
  100. English

    I realized I sent you the wrong sentences. Can you please have a look at them? 1) Our history teacher has included a new email address to be used only by the students participating in the project:...... All the post your 17 students have sent so far has