1. math

    You can sell 170 pet chias per week if they are marked at $1 each, but only 160 each week if they are marked at $2/chia. Your chia supplier is prepared to sell you 80 chias each week if they are marked at $1/chia, and 170 each week if they are marked at $2

    asked by Anonymous on September 8, 2014
  2. Algebra 1

    A girl scout troop sold cookies. If the girls sold 5 more boxes the second week than they did the first, and if they doubled the sales of the second week for the third week to sell a total of 431 boxes of cookies, how many did they sell each week?

    asked by Monica on October 24, 2012
  3. algebra

    a girl scout troop sold cookies. if the girls sold 5 more boxes the second week than they did the first, and if they doubled the sales of the second week for the third week to sell a total of 431 boxes of cookies, how many did they sell each week?

    asked by lamonteonnia on June 9, 2013
  4. College Algebra

    Bayside insurance offers two health plans. Under plan A, Giselle would have to pay the first $60 of her medical bills, plus 25% of the rest. Under plan B, Giselle would pay the first $170, but only 20% of the rest. For what amount of mediacl bills will

    asked by LeAnn/I still need help please on November 19, 2009
  5. College Algebra

    (This one is one that I already have notes for. However, I can not get the answer for the life of me) Bayside insurance offers two health plans. Under plan A, Giselle would have to pay the first $60 of her medical bills, plus 25% of the rest. Under plan B,

    asked by LeAnn on November 18, 2009
  6. Math

    First week sells 6 chairs for $80 each. Next week, if chair is not sold, it will sell for 0.85 times previous week's price. Store needs to sell 6 chairs for total of $270 to make a profit. what is the last week in which all 6 chairs could be sold so that

    asked by Steve on January 20, 2015
  7. Math

    First week sells 6 chairs for $80 each. Next week, if chair is not sold, it will sell for 0.85 times previous week's price. Store needs to sell 6 chairs for total of $270 to make a profit. what is the last week in which all 6 chairs could be sold so that

    asked by Bob on January 20, 2015
  8. math

    First week sells 6 chairs for $80 each. Next week, if chair is not sold, it will sell for 0.85 times previous week's price. Store needs to sell 6 chairs for total of $270 to make a profit. what is the last week in which all 6 chairs could be sold so that

    asked by stephanie on November 2, 2015
  9. maths

    James is able to sell 15 of product A and 16 of product B and a week , Sally is able to sell 25 of product A and of 10 product B a week,and Andre is able to sell 18 of product A and 13 of product B a week.if product A sells for $35.75 each and product B

    asked by Gladys on October 8, 2016
  10. math

    In a recent survey 5/8 of pet owners say they allow their pet to go outside. Of these, 1/3 allow their pet outside without supervision. Does 5/8*1/3 express the fraction of the pet owners surveyed that allow their pet outside without supervision? My answer

    asked by Mel on January 29, 2015
  11. math

    Sixty-five randomly selected car salespersons were asked the number of cars they generally sell in one week. Fourteen people answered that they generally sell five cars; nineteen generally sell six cars; twelve generally sell seven cars; nine generally

    asked by alex on April 17, 2018
  12. Alebra

    Kathy works at an optical store selling eyeglasses. Each week she earns $180 plus a 2% commission of her total sales for the week. Next week she wants to earn at least $350. 1. Write an inequality that represents the dollar amount of eyeglasses kathy must

    asked by Megan on January 3, 2012
  13. English

    1. What animal do you keep? 2. What pet animal do you have? 3. What pet do you keep? 4. Which pet do you have? 5. What pet do you have? - I have a pet turtle. (Which question is suitable for the answer?)

    asked by rfvv on November 12, 2013
  14. Physics

    Have you ever wondered what to do with your unused pet while on vacation? Do you feel bad about just dumping it in some airport pet kennel and showing up again four weeks later? Do you ever wonder how to keep your pet fresh longer instead of having it age

    asked by Alex on October 1, 2010
  15. College Math

    A clarinet factory wants to maximize profits. They can produce 250 clarinets per week at a cost of $300 per clarinet, and sell them for $1000 per clarinet. And, they can produce 350 clarinets per week at a cost of $275 per clarinet, and sell them for $900

    asked by Richard D on October 19, 2012
  16. Marketing

    I have to conduct a questionnaire for a pet food delivery service. I need help in coming up with more questions. So far, I got: Do you own a dog or cat? Do you have more than one pet? How often do you buy your pet food? What brand of pet food do you buy?

    asked by Mike on September 18, 2007
  17. Math

    A store selling art supplies finds that they can sell x sketch pads each week at a price of p dollars each, according to the formula x = 2100 - 300p. What price should they charge if they want to sell at least 600 pads each week? (First use the formula to

    asked by Gabriel on October 12, 2014
  18. Business math

    A store had 896 swimsuits that were marked to sell at $46.99. Each suit was marked down $15.90. Find the reduced price using the formula M = S – N, where M is the markdown, S is the original selling price, and N is the reduced price.

    asked by Nancy on September 8, 2013
  19. College Physics

    Have you ever wondered what to do with your unused pet while on vacation? Do you feel bad about just dumping it in some airport pet kennel and showing up again four weeks later? Do you ever wonder how to keep your pet fresh longer instead of having it age

    asked by Alex on October 1, 2010
  20. Algebra

    Can you please verify if I did this problem correct. I need to solve for y and then X. Whatever the solution is, I should take the difference of the two numbers. Please let me know if this is correct...I thank you 8x -11y = 170 -6y + x = 49 8x -11y = 170

    asked by Lucille on December 11, 2016
  21. Stats

    A researcher uses a matched- subjects design to investigate whether single people who own pets are generally happier than single people without pets. A mood inventory questionnaire is administered to a group of 20 to 29 year old non pet owners and a

    asked by Evelyn on June 16, 2015
  22. Language Arts

    These Questions Are Relating To the Story "In Praise of Companion Animals" 14. Which of the following statements from the editorial uses reason to persuade the reader? A. First of all, a pet is good for your health. B. They give love without reservation.

    asked by Najeeba on February 13, 2014
  23. Algebra

    She has 1000 bushels of corn to sell. Presently the market price is $5.00 bushel. She expects market price to increase .15 a week. For each week she wants to sell,she loses 10 bushels to spoilage. Determine a function to express her total income from

    asked by Anonymous on May 19, 2016
  24. statistics

    A life insurance salesman sells on the average 3 life insurance policies per week. What type of this distribution is? (2 marks) Let in a given week, calculate probability of the salesman will sell, i. at least one policy. (2 marks) ii. from two to four

    asked by sara on December 6, 2011
  25. Physical Science

    1. Which is faster,160 miles an hour or 300 inches a second? 2. An athlete ran a 15-km race in 48 minutes and 24 seconds. What was his average speed for the race in miles per hour? 3. A banana weighs 75 grams. If you buy 12 bananas and they sell for 75

    asked by Yeya on June 16, 2012
  26. mat-119

    Greg Tobin sells bottled water. He has found that the average amount of time he spends with each customer is related to his weekly sales volume by he function f(x)=x(60-x), where x is the number of minutes per customer and f(x) is the number of cases sold

    asked by yaniris on March 6, 2013
  27. statistics

    12. Sixty-five randomly selected car salespersons were asked the number of cars they generally sell in one week. Fourteen people answered that they generally sell three cars; nineteen generally sell four cars; twelve generally sell five cars; nine

    asked by Anonymous on August 24, 2019
  28. MATH - NEED HELP ASAP PLZ

    Toshi works at a pet store. They sold 136 bags of dog food last month. To boost dog food sales, the store manager is going to give all the store clerks a bonus if they can increase dog food (bag) sales by 25% next month. How many bags of dog food do they

    asked by Ryleigh on March 3, 2018
  29. English

    1. The pet dog broke the plant. 2. The pet dog picked the plant. 3. the pet dog cut the plant with her teeth. 4. The pet dog cut the plant. 5. The pet dog felled the plant. --------------------------------- Can we use all the verbs in the sentences? Which

    asked by rfvv on June 20, 2017
  30. MATH

    Two fraternities, Sig Ep and Ep Sig, plan to raise money jointly to benefit homeless people on Long Island. They will sell Yoda vs. Alien T-shirts in the student center, but are not sure how much to charge. Sig Ep treasurer Augustus recalls that they once

    asked by SABRINA (PLEASE HELP) on September 20, 2009
  31. Algebra

    you start a pet sitting service. you spend $35 on advertising. You plan to change $5 on a day to watch each pet. a) write an equation to relate your daily income y to the number of pets x you watch. b) how many days do you need to watch a pet to pay for

    asked by Matt on June 16, 2011
  32. English

    English Are they cooks? 1. No, they are not. 2. No, they're not. 3. No, they aren't. [Are the three answers grammatical?] 4. Max isn't my pet. 5. Max's not my pet. [Is #5 grammatical?] 6. Betty and I aren't late for school. 7. Betty and I're not late for

    asked by rfvv on March 6, 2019
  33. Math

    If salesman earned a 6% commission on sales, and in one week he earned $300 in commissions, how much merchandise did he sell that week?

    asked by Rayne on March 22, 2014
  34. math

    on november 1, the holiday house store marked up a $50 decoration by 30%. On November 28, the decoration was marked down 10%. It was marked up 20% on sales on December 1. Finally it was marked down 70% on December 26. Find the final selling price

    asked by betty on February 5, 2012
  35. math

    Mrs. Jones recorded the time, in minutes, she spends reading each day for two weeks. The results are shown. What is the IQR for each week? Week 1 Week 2 81 50 63 58 39 72 104 62 54 110 72 68 34 79 A. The IQR for Week 1 is 65, and the IQR for Week 2 is 76.

    asked by Darkhorse on March 18, 2020
  36. Math

    Mrs. Jones recorded the time, in minutes, she spends reading each day for two weeks. The results are shown. What is the IQR for each week? Week 1 81 50 63 58 39 72 104 Week 2 62 54 110 72 68 34 79 A. The IQR for Week 1 is 65, and the IQR for Week 2 is 76.

    asked by Matt on March 18, 2020
  37. Math

    Tell whether the data collected is continuous or discrete. Rose recycles aluminum cans each week. She records the total number of cans she recycles each week. Jackson is at a crab race. He records the distance traveled by his pet crab each minute.

    asked by Anonymous on November 13, 2012
  38. Math

    So Prize money of $500 is divided between Alan & Jim so that Alan receives $170 more than Jim How much does each receive ----- Using one variable:: Let Jim have "x" Then Alan has "x+170" ---- Equation: x + x+170 = 500 2x = 330 x = $165 (Jim's share) x+170

    asked by Jeremy on March 28, 2016
  39. math

    marta is a sales associate at a perfume shop.she earns 400 a week plus a 4% commission on sales.write an inequality to find the minimum amount that she needs to sell to earn at least $460 in a week?

    asked by amber on March 14, 2016
  40. Language Arts

    Which is the best way to clarify the sentence "The few arguments against pet ownership scarely need to be mentioned"? A. Most people favor pet ownership, but the author believes that the arguments against it are strong. B. Few people can provide reasons

    asked by Alexander on April 17, 2014
  41. Math

    A clothing store ordered 300 sweaters and sold 20 of them at $100 the first week. The second week, the selling price was lowered by $10, and 40 sweaters were sold. In the third week. The selling price was lowered by another $10, and 60 sweated were sold.

    asked by Crystal on January 12, 2013
  42. math

    april sells specialty teddy bears at various summer festivals. her profit for a week,P, in dollars, can be modelled by P= -0.1n^2 + 30n - 1200, where n is the umber of teddy bearsshe sells during the week. a.) According to this model, could april ever earn

    asked by geekgirl95 on June 20, 2011
  43. Word Problem Maximizing A Bonus

    Pauline Wong spends 4 hours selling a used car and 6 hours selling a new car. She works no more than 40 hours per week. In order to receive a bonus, she must sell at least one used car and four new cars each week. In that case, she recives a bonus of

    asked by GetYourLeash on July 22, 2005
  44. math

    Michele is a photographer. She sells framed photographs for $100 each and greeting cards for $5 each. The materials for each framed photograph cost $30, and the materials for each greeting card cost $2. Michele can sell up to 8 framed photographs and 40

    asked by Nick on April 28, 2019
  45. economics

    Each week, Bill, Mary and Jane select the quantity of two goods, x1 and x2, that they will consume in order to maximize their respective utilities. They each spent their entire weekly income on these two goods. Suppose you are given the following

    asked by Krissy on February 24, 2008
  46. Earth science project

    How do lost pet/pet ads predict earthquakes, procedure to do the project ?

    asked by Sabrina on February 20, 2010
  47. math

    Julie has been offered two jobs. The first pays $400 per week. The second job pays $175 per week plus 15% commission on her sales. How much will she have to sell in order for the second job to pay as much as the first?

    asked by crystal on February 26, 2013
  48. Math

    Each week Rosa receives a salary of $200 plus a 6 percent commission on her total sales. To the nearest dollar, how much would Rosa have to sell in one week to earn a total of $300

    asked by Stephanie on October 21, 2017
  49. business math

    How long will it take the farmer to sell all his chickens? Farmer has 2100 chickens. He sells 10 chickens at the end of the first week, 20 chickens at the end of the second week, 30 chickens at the end of the third week and so on. Question: How long will

    asked by Shadow of me on June 30, 2011
  50. pre- algebra

    Is this equation right for this story? c=2.50*10*.55*2.75x You are considering taking a job with the dove bar company for the summer. They will rent an insulated cart to you that you can take to any street corner in the south ben area and sell dove bars.

    asked by Sam on May 15, 2008
  51. algebra 2

    The MePhone, a new smartphone, is being introduced in the Louisville area. The manufacturer plans to sell 30,000 phones during the first week and expects sales to increase by 8% each week after that find the equation, determine if its aritmetic or

    asked by gab on July 23, 2012
  52. Algebra

    The hudson record store is having a going-out-of-buisness sale. CD's normally sell for $18.00. During the first week sale, all CD's will sell for $15.00. a. written as a fraction, what is the rate of the discount? b. what is this rate expressed as a

    asked by Alexis on June 2, 2010
  53. algebra

    The ticket office makes $5 profit each evening ticket sold and $3 on each matinee ticket sold. The ticket office wants to sell at least 50 evening tickets per week and at least 40 matinee tickets per week. Its goal is to earn at least $250 profit in sales

    asked by ankita on February 13, 2011
  54. algebra

    The ticket office makes $5 profit each evening ticket sold and $3 on each matinee ticket sold. The ticket office wants to sell at least 50 evening tickets per week and at least 40 matinee tickets per week. Its goal is to earn at least $250 profit in sales

    asked by ankita on February 13, 2011
  55. Liberal Arts Math

    Marie sells magazine subscriptions. She earns $15 a week plus $3 for each subscription she sells. How many subscriptions must she sell to earn $90 in one week?

    asked by Craig Morales on June 17, 2014
  56. math

    Dirk has two pet mice. Among other things, he feeds them cup of dry pellets every week. How much dry food will he need for a year?

    asked by Anonymous on April 23, 2013
  57. Math

    A department store purchases a dress for $50. To sell the dress to customers, the price is marked up by 15%. You hand the clerk $70. How much change will you get back?

    asked by Tiffani on March 21, 2012
  58. Math

    Below are the amounts of money a waiter earned each day last week. $120 , $170 , $150 , $190 , $130 , $200 , $160 . What is the interquartile ?

    asked by Edwin Rodriguez on April 30, 2011
  59. Calc

    A manufacture has been selling 1150 television sets a week at $510 each. A market survey indicates that for each $13 rebate offered to a buyer, the number of sets sold will increase by 130 per week. a) Find the function representing the demand p(x), where

    asked by David on November 16, 2015
  60. PLS HELP

    Which of the following statements is an opinion? A. a pet depends on it's owner for it's very life B.every one should have a pet c. studies have shown the health-related benefits of pets d. countless animals need homes i think it's a but im not sure

    asked by Anonymous on April 1, 2013
  61. Algebra

    If a salesman earned 6% commissions on sales, and in one week he earned $300 in commissions, how much merchandise did he sell that week?

    asked by Mandy on March 19, 2014
  62. Math

    Create an inequality for this problem and solve. Devon works in a sporting goods store. She makes $1250 a week plus 16% commission on everything she sells. What is the minimum she would have to sell in order to make at least $4000 in a week. This is my

    asked by Cherie on June 2, 2019
  63. Math

    Sammy's pet dog weighs 10 pounds, and his pet caterpillar weighs 2 ounces. How many ounces less does his pet caterpillar weigh?

    asked by princessaleaya on October 11, 2018
  64. STATISTIC

    In a study of the relationship between pet ownership and physical activity in older adults, 575 subjects reported that they owned a pet, while 1907 reported that they did not. Give a 90% confidence interval for the proportion of older adults in this

    asked by YOMO on May 27, 2017
  65. Math

    In order for a pet to lose weight in a healthy manner, a veterinarian suggested an overweight large-breed dog lost 2 pounds per week. If the expression x-2y represents this situation what must be true about the value of y?

    asked by Lee on August 29, 2018
  66. matc

    If a manufacturer charges q dollars each for footballs, then he can sell 3000-150q footballs per week. Find a polynomial R(q) that represents the revenue for one week. Find the weekly revenue if the price is $8 for each football.

    asked by lili on January 14, 2010
  67. Math

    Julie has been offered two jobs. The 1st one pays $400 per week. The 2nd job pays $175 per week plus 15% commision of her sales. How much will she have to sell i n order for the 2nd job to pay as much as the first? how do you do this? i don't know the

    asked by Jenny on October 3, 2013
  68. math

    Select the equation that solves this problem: Eight coins (dimes and quarters) are worth 170 cents. How many dimes are there? a. 10d + 25(11 - d) = 170 b. 10d + 25(8 - d) = 170 c. 10d + 5(8 - d) = 60 d. 10d + 5(11 - d) = 60

    asked by Cheril on April 11, 2012
  69. algebra

    C(x) = $70(x) - $1000 If Jill can sell her lawnmowers for $150 each, b) Find the revenue function R(x) c) Find the manufactures weekly profit function P(x) d) how many lawnmowers must the producer sell per week in order to show profit?

    asked by Anonymous on January 17, 2013
  70. Statistics

    A survey found that 25% of pet owners had their pets bathed professionally rather than doing it themselves. If 20 pet owners are randomly selected find the probability that between 12 and 7 pet owners, inclusive, have their pets bathed professionally.

    asked by Ashley on March 14, 2011
  71. Math

    The materials for each feeder cost $6, and they sell an average of 20 per week at a price of $10 each. They conduct a survey and find that for every dollar increase they lose 2 sales per week. Find a function that models weekly profit in terms of price per

    asked by Alex on October 7, 2010
  72. Reading

    Establish a Running Plan A 5-kilometer race is a little over 3 miles long. It is best to start by running a shorter distance and then gradually increase your running distance. This chart will help you to establish a running plan to ensure you are ready for

    asked by Lili on May 10, 2019
  73. Math

    look at this other chart- 36 of 200 cat owners prefer human food only, 116 out 0f 200 perfer pet food only,48 out of 200 pet owners perfer human and pet food so what percent of cat owners repoter that their cats liked either human food or pet food only.

    asked by Julie on May 31, 2007
  74. math

    Tom's treats can sell 100 candy hearts per week if they are priced at $6 each, and 20 hearts per week if they are priced at $10 each. What is the linear demand equation (let x=quantity and y=price)? This means set points (100,6) (20,10) and find m? Then

    asked by kristen on September 16, 2019
  75. algebra

    The scatter plot shows how many pages of a novel each of 8 students read and how much time they spent reading. A graph for Time vs Number of Pages Read is shown whose horizontal axis is labeled as Time left parenthesis minutes right parenthesis and the

    asked by who dat on January 10, 2020
  76. Language Arts

    Which of the following statements from the editorial shows bias? A. Studies have shown the health-related benefits of pets. B. That animal depends on you. C. Thus, all pet owners are caring people. D. Everyone-yes, everyone-should have a pet. I'm really

    asked by Destany on April 17, 2014
  77. math

    170% converted to a fraction equals A. 70⁄100. B. 170⁄1000 C. 17⁄10. D. 7⁄10. my answer is C

    asked by Diana on August 5, 2019
  78. calculus

    A camera store sells 40 pairs of binoculars per week on average with a standard deviation of 6. What is the probability that the store will sell more than 52 pairs binoculars in any week? 8.28 3.57 7.24 2.28 4.55

    asked by tremain on November 27, 2012
  79. Linear Systems and Statistics

    A camera store sells 40 pairs of binoculars per week on average with a standard deviation of 6. What is the probability that the store will sell more than 52 pairs binoculars in any week? 8.28% 3.57% 7.24% 2.28% 4.55%

    asked by Anonymous on August 19, 2015
  80. Math

    look at the chart- out of 150 dog owners 75 perfer human food only,45 perfer pet food only and 30 perfer both human and pet food. So what percent of dog owners reported their dog likes either only human food or only pet food? P(human food) = 75/150 = .5

    asked by Julie on May 31, 2007
  81. algebra

    The figures in the pair are similar. Find the missing length. The image is of two proportionate isosceles triangles with vertical bases. One triangle has its base marked as 6 cm and two sides as 4 cm and 4 cm respectively. The other triangle has its base

    asked by jessica on February 10, 2019
  82. English

    This is one proposal that will definitely anger some people: Everyone should have a pet. There should be a law that makes sure everyone will get a pet or give a legitimate reason why they cannot. There are almost infinite arguments to favor owning animals,

    asked by Anonymous on May 19, 2014
  83. English

    This is one proposal that will definitely anger some people: Everyone should have a pet. There should be a law that makes sure everyone will get a pet or give a legitimate reason why they cannot. There are almost infinite arguments to favor owning animals,

    asked by Anonymous on May 19, 2014
  84. math

    I am looking at following question: Anna is 1.8m tall and her pet flea is 1.8mm tall. How many times is Anna taller than her pet flea? the answer of the book is 1.8x1000/1.8=1000 but I am afraid that it is not correct. it should be that Anna is 1000 times

    asked by Jianguo on March 22, 2017
  85. problem solving math

    In the farm pet club pet show, 44 pets are entered. There are 3 times as many dogs as cats and half as many ferrets as dogs. How many of each are there?

    asked by marissa on November 30, 2009
  86. Personal Dimension of Education

    Select the sentence that has correct subject-verb agreement. 1. There are several forms that you need to complete when you adopt a pet. 2. There is several forms that you need to complete when you adopt a pet My answer is There are several forms that you

    asked by Jackie on November 16, 2012
  87. Math

    The total cost (in dollars) for a company to manufacture and sell x items per week is C(x)=70x+400. If the revenue brought in by selling all x items is R(x)=90x−0.05x^2, find the weekly profit. How much profit will be made by producing and selling 60

    asked by Keonn'a on October 25, 2018
  88. Business English

    Who is the primary audience for a company that cans and markets pet food? A. suppliers of the food product b. vetenarians and hospitals c. pet owners d. cats and dogs I say C

    asked by Lisette on January 31, 2013
  89. Amount paid - keep getting conficting answers

    When Melissa went to purchase a purse from a street vendor, she negotiated a purchase price that was 5% less than the $170.00 marked price, plus 8% sales tax on the purchase price. If she has $475.00 in her checking account, how much did she pay for the

    asked by Algebra88 on January 23, 2012
  90. Science

    A researcher designs an experiment to determine if German Shepherds prefer pet doors that opens from the side or from the top. He installs two pet doors side-by-side in the same wall. The pet door that opens from the top is designed for pets up to 15

    asked by me on October 10, 2013
  91. Math word problem

    In a pet store the number of dogs is 11 more than 3 times the number of cats. If the pet store has 21 dogs. How many cars does it have? Question 2. In the pet store the number of birds is 10 less than twice the number of rabbits. If the pet store. Had 56.

    asked by Marko on March 12, 2012
  92. math

    A department store purchases an mp3 player for $50. To sell the mp3 player to customers, the price is marked up by 15%. You hand the clerk $70. How much change will you get back?

    asked by Anonymous on September 3, 2012
  93. Microeconomics

    A firm produces red and blue bobbleheads. It can sell red bobbleheads for $20 - Q_r/2000 a piece And blue bobbleheads for $17 - Q_b/2000 a piece Where Q_r = red bobbleheads per week Q_b = ble bobbleheads per week The total cost of producing Q = Q_r + Q_b

    asked by ECOstressed on July 17, 2016
  94. Economics

    A firm produces red and blue bobbleheads. It can sell red bobbleheads for $20 - Q_r/2000 a piece And blue bobbleheads for $17 - Q_b/2000 a piece Where Q_r = red bobbleheads per week Q_b = ble bobbleheads per week The total cost of producing Q = Q_r + Q_b

    asked by Caiden on June 14, 2015
  95. Algebra

    Suppose that you work part time as a sales representative at a car dealership. You earn a base salary of $125 per week plus a 18% commission on all sales that you make. Your best friend has exactly the same job at another car dealership but earning a base

    asked by Kat on November 15, 2016
  96. Math

    The ratio of dogs to cats at the pet storeis 1:4. If the pet shop has 7dogs, how many cats does it have?

    asked by Anonymous on July 18, 2014
  97. calculus

    6.A manufacturer of DVD players has been selling 800 each week at 150$each. From a market survey it is discovered that for each $5 reduction in price, they will sell an extra 40DVD players each week. a)What is the demand function? b)How large a reduction

    asked by cynthia on November 23, 2010
  98. English

    My favorite Pet My favorite per in the shop is a parrot, It is green and yellow. It has a long beak. It is chirping now. I like it very much. My favorite Pet My favorite per in the shop is a lizard. It is green and ugly. It has a long tail. It is creeping

    asked by rfvv on May 28, 2012
  99. Math

    Phoebe wen to a pet shop and saw birds and puppies. There are 18 animals in all in the pet shop. If Phoebe saw 50 animal legs on all, how many puppies and how many birds are there in the pet shop?

    asked by Eileen Mae on October 3, 2017
  100. math

    3 out of 5 students own a pet. 6 out of 11 students own a pet. are the results proportional? explain reasoning

    asked by nancy on October 23, 2012