for questions 1-3,find the sum. 1.5 9/13 + 5 9/13= A.13/74 B.10 12/13 C.11 5/13(I PICKED THIS) D.13/142 --------------------------- 2.3 3/15 +4 2/5= A.2 1/2 B.22 4/5 C.7 3/5( I PICKED THIS) D.5/38 -------------------------- 3.3 4/9 + 2 1/3= A.5

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  1. math(check answers please)

    for questions 1-3,find the sum. 1.5 9/13 + 5 9/13= A.13/74 B.10 12/13 C.11 5/13(I PICKED THIS) D.13/142 --------------------------- 2.3 3/15 +4 2/5= A.2 1/2 B.22 4/5 C.7 3/5( I PICKED THIS) D.5/38 -------------------------- 3.3 4/9 + 2 1/3= A.5 1/3 B.18

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  4. elementary stats

    the participants in a television quiz show are picked from a large pool of applicants with approximately equal number of men and women.Among the last 11 participant there have been only 2 women.If participants are picked randomly,what is the probability of

  5. Math

    Ian picked 5 times as many berries as michelle. joe picked 7 times as many berries as michelle. together they picked 208 berries. how many berries did joe pick? draw a diagram and explain how you found your answer.

  6. math(check answers please)

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  9. Math PLEASE HELP

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    1.62 is divible by which of the following numbers? A.1,3,31,62 B.1,2,3,31 C.1,4,16,62 D.1,2,31,62 I PICKED D. ------------------------------- 2.108 is divisible by which of the following sets of numbers? A.1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,27,36,54,108 b.1,2,4,27,54,108

  11. Maths

    On Saturday Derek picked pears from 32 trees. His picked average of 17 pears per tree. Sunday he picked more pears averaging 12 pears per tree. Over the whole weekend he picked an average of 14 pears per tree. How many trees did Derek pick from on Sunday?

  12. social psych

    Research on motivation and culture would suggest that Susan, an American child, would be more motivated to perform while engaging in which of the following tasks? A. A puzzle that her teacher asked her to do B. Reading a book that her mother picked out for

  13. 4th grade Math

    Casey picked 6 pounds of strawberries. Karen picked 48 ounces of blueberries. Jude picked 2 pounds of raspberries. They are going to make berry pies. The table shows the amount of berries needed for 1 pie. Berry Pie Recipe Type of BerryAmount Blueberries8

  14. Math(Factorial)

    A women student is to answer 10 out of 13 questions on a test. Find the number of choices where she must answer: (a) the first two questions; (b) the first or second questions but not both; (c) exactly 3 out of the first 5 questions (d) at least 3 of the

  15. Math

    Minimizing Sum: Find two positive numbers whose sum is 100 and the sum of whose squares is a minimum.

  16. Math

    1.62 is divible by which of the following numbers? A.1,3,31,62 B.1,2,3,31 C.1,4,16,62 D.1,2,31,62 I PICKED D. ------------------------------- 2.108 is divisible by which of the following sets of numbers? A.1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,27,36,54,108 b.1,2,4,27,54,108

  17. statistics

    the participants in a television quiz show are picked from a large pool of applicants with approximately equal number of men and women.Among the last 11 participant there have been only 2 women.If participants are picked randomly,what is the probability of

  18. arithmetic

    1. The first and last term of an A.P are, a and l respectively, show that the sum of nth term from the beginning and nth term from the end is a + l. 2. If mth term of an A.P be 1/n and nth term be 1/m, then show that its mnth term is 1. 3. The sum of four

  19. Mathematics

    A basket contains 80 mangoes and 60 oranges.if two fruits are picked one after the other without replacement,what is the probability that 1) one of each fruit is picked 2) one type of fruit is picked

  20. probability

    two fair six-sided dice are rolled and the sum of the dots on the top faces is recorded. a) complete the table, showing the number of ways each sum can occur sum: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ways:1 2 3 b)use the table to find the probability of the

  21. math

    write a fact family with a sum of 17 . Explain how you picked the addends

  22. math(check answers please)

    please check my answers and thanks have a nice day. 2.which of the following ratios is equivalent to 5/20 A.1/4(I PICKED THIS) B.1/5 C.20/100 D.2/5 3.which of the following ratios is ((NOT)) equivalent to 4/8? A.1/2 B.2/4 C.20/45(I PICKED THIS) D.12/24

  23. Algebra 2

    Can someone please check my answers? A card is randomly drawn from a standard deck of 52 cards. Find the probability of drawing the indicated card. 1.Not an ace. =12/13 2.A face card and a four. =4/13 3.A heart or a diamond. =1/2 4.A six or a seven. = 2/13

  24. math

    Find the two numbers that multiply to the product number and add to the sum number of the following: a)Product 563033256; Sum 51895 b)Product -43481220; Sum 28429 c)Product 2545124358; Sum -105619 I tried xy = product and x+y = sum, but it didn't work

  25. Calculus

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  26. math

    Katie picked 7 times as many strawberries as Garrett. Garrett picked 6 quarts of strawberries. How many quarts did Katie pick? Which two multiplication facts can you use to help find the solution ?

  27. Math

    Out of the numbers divisible by 3, we picked 4 consecutive numbers. To the sum of these, we added a third of the sum, and then the half of the third of the sum. We got 225. What are those 4 numbers?

  28. Algebra

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  29. Environmental Science

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  30. 3rd grade Math

    Write afact family with the sum of 17. Explain how you picked the addends.

  31. math-word problems with quadratics

    I have 5 questions... 1) The sum of two numbers is 12. Their product is 36. Find the two numbers. 2) The sum of two numbers is -15. Their product is -100. Find the two numbers. 3) The sum of two numbers is -8. Their product is 12. Find the two numbers. 4)

  32. Maths

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  33. Maths

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    A class test consists of 4 Algebra questions,W ,X,Y and Z, and 3 Geometry questions,A,B,C and D.The teacher decides that the questions should be arranged in two sections.Algebra followed by Geometry,with questions in each section arranged in a random order

  35. Maths

    A class test consists of 4 Algebra questions,W ,X,Y and Z, and 4 Geometry questions,A,B,C and D.The teacher decides that the questions should be arranged in two sections.Algebra followed by Geometry,with questions in each section arranged in a random order

  36. Math *URGENT

    Please give the answers and solutions for each. 1.If the second term is 2 and the seventh term of a geometric sequence is 64, find the 12th term. 2. Which term if the geometric sequence 18,54,162,486,... is 3,188,646? 3. Determine the geometric mean of 8

  37. Math

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  38. Math

    One picked 21/2 times as many apples as a second man. A third man picked half as many as the second man. Together they picked a total of 240 apples. How many apples were picked by each man.

  39. SUMS?

    what is the sum of the first towo odd numbers? what s the sum of the first three odd numbers? what is the sum of the first 4,5 and 25 odd numbers? what is the sum of any number (n) of odd numbers? explain your reasoning. IM SORRY I DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE

  40. Logistics

    supply chain management case analysis Dream Beauty Company questions and answers Can't find questions to this case analysis anywhere. Professor gives the case analysis ahead of time but doesn't give questions or answers and we have to read it and hope we

  41. Math

    The sum of the first and fourth terms of an arithimetic sequences is 2 and the sum of their squares is 20 1. Find the common difference 2.find the sum of the first eight terms of the squence

  42. maths

    Find the sum of all 3-digit positive numbers N that satisfy the condition that the digit sum of N is 3 times the digit sum of N+3. Details and assumptions The digit sum of a number is the sum of all its digits. For example, 1123 has a digit sum of

  43. math

    a card is picked from a pack containing 52 cards . it is then replaced and a second card is picked. Find the probability that a)both cards are the seven of diamonds, b)the first card is a heart and the second a spade. c)one card is from a black suit and

  44. Math

    A cafeteria manager needs to know how many apples and bananas to place in a cafeteria vending machine. He conducted a survey, and all students who respended chose either an apple or banana as their preferred fruit. The survey results show that 3/4 of the

  45. math

    If two dice are rolled, what is the probability that their sum will be a number greater than 5 ? [A]1/6 [B]1/3 [C]13/18 [D]5/6 [E] None of these. i think it is c am i right? 13/18 so i am right? What is the probability the sum is 2,3,4 or 5? If you find

  46. arithmetic

    1. The first and last term of an A.P are, a and l respectively, show that the sum of nth term from the beginning and nth term from the end is a + l. 2. If mth term of an A.P be 1/n and nth term be 1/m, then show that its mnth term is 1. 3. The sum of four

  47. English

    5. Identify the simple subject in the sentence "There are too many people on this elevator." A. many B. people C. There D. elevator I picked B, because people is the subject and the verb is are. This places the verb before the subject, since the subject of

  48. Math

    Marta picked 37 apples. Jin picked 35 apples. Ken picked 23 apples. How can you use place value to find the number of apples picked in all?

  49. Math

    Adam and Bob went apple picking in an orchard. At the end of the day, they counted the number of apples they picked. They realized that if Adam picked 39 more apples, he would have picked twice as many as Bob picked. Also, if Bob picked 39 more apples, he

  50. Statistics

    A group of 30 people consists of 15 children, 10 men, and 5 women. Tom and Jerry are two of the men in the group. Five people are picked at random without replacement. 2A - Find the chance the first person picked is a man, given that the fourth and fifth

  51. math

    ( i need a full explanation please :) Students in school were asked what activity they like to do in gym class. The results are shown below. ( graph info below questions ) A - What percent of females picked volleyball? B - What percent of males picked

  52. Algebra

    Two questions I need help with. Find the indicated partial sum using the information given. 1. a3=4/9, a7=9/64, S6 Determine wheater the infinite geometric series has a finite sum 2. 6+ 3+ 3/2 + 3/4 +.... 3. -49 + (-7) + (- 1/7) +...

  53. English

    I need to make a TV guide from 6am-12pm......... But I need to what channel I picked, what it's about and why I picked it. I'm not sure which channels to pick at which time and it was picked..... what can I do?

  54. math

    Adam and Bob went apple picking in an orchard. At the end of the day, they realized that if Adam had picked 50 more apples, he would have picked twice as many as Bob picked. On the other hand, if Bob had picked 50 more apples, he would have picked twice as

  55. math

    3 workers picked 66 bushels of peaches. The 1st worker picked 3 times more than the second worker and 2 times more than the 3rd worker. How many bushels did the second most productive worker pick? Let the number of bushels picked by the second worker be x.

  56. Reply to grant about a regression problem

    This is a reply to the question posted here http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1178989522 As I explained there, you can find the parameters by defining: x1 = Sin(0.49 t) x2 = Cos(0.49 t) and treat this as an ordinary linear regression problem. If we

  57. Algebra I

    Hi, I would like someone to explain to me the process to get to the answer of these questions. (The answers are in the back of the book, but I don't understand how to get them myself): QUESTION ONE Warren has 40 coins (all nickels, dimes, and quarters)

  58. English

    The other girls picked on her because of her size. ----------------------------- Q1: Is 'picked' a transitive verb or an intransitive verb? Is 'on' a preposition or an adverb? What is the meaning of 'pick' here? Q2: What other expressions can we use

  59. math

    EXPLAIN how you picked the addends for the sum of 17

  60. Math

    Is there a way to find the term number of a sum in an arithmetic series? Like if you had the sum of the first 12 terms in a series could you find the term value of term 12 using the sum? For example in one of my previous questions : For each series,

  61. Math

    Write the fact family with a sum of 17.Explain how you picked the addens.

  62. 3rd math homework

    I need help on one more question please write a fact family with a sum of 17. explain how you picked the addends. thanks so much

  63. Pre algrebra

    Students in school were asked what activity they like to do in gym class. The results are shown below. (3 points) What percent of females picked volleyball? What percent of males picked basketball? What percent of the total number of students picked track?

  64. guess and check

    there are 42 question on lindas test. sum of the questions are 2 point and sum were 3 points. she got a perfect score

  65. Math

    I am not sure which questions I got wrong but I am not getting the link correct to the next box. The website is mathbits(dot)com/caching/holiday/H30976.html I got these answers 1.) Choice 3 2.) Choice 2 3.) a.) Choice 2 b.) 63 4.) 8 To move on I need to

  66. math.can someone check my answers?

    can someone check my math answers its only 5 questions thanks. please check my answers ! 21. Find the unit price for each option shown below. Round to the nearest cent when necessary. Indicate which option is the better buy. Option I: 10 candy bars for

  67. Niagara Falls

    Well, I'm doing a project that I picked in science and one of the questions said "What are the physical features of Niagara Falls" and I don't know what that means, so please help me!!!

  68. Algebra

    I have 3 questions I'm stuck on and would love for someone to explain and show me how to solve them so I can also solve the other one. Find the partial sum S6 1. An=3n+2 2. Find the number of terms n in an arithmetic sequence if a1=20, d=5, and An=75. 3.

  69. math

    julia picked 2 cards from a face down stack of cards containing 4 hearts 4 diamonds 4 clubs and 4 spades. Make a treediagram to find all the possible combinations for the 2 cards Julia picked

  70. algebra

    which statement is not true about variable? a a variable is used to represent a qty whose values may change or vary b letters are often used as variable c a variable is a rule showing relationshopms amount quantities d known values can be substitues for

  71. Algebra

    I have a few problems I need some help with. The first is Evaluate the sum. 1. There is an E like symbol on the top is 10 on the bottom n=1 and to the right (7-2n) 2. The next question is find a10 for an arithmetic sequence with a1=6 and d=10 3. Find the

  72. Business Law

    Can someone help me with my business law project? I have to profile (interview) six legal professions. One of the people I picked my aunt who is a doctor (internist) and i have to ask her 10 legal questions about her job. How her job is related to the law.

  73. Business Law

    Can someone help me with my business law project? I have to profile (interview) six legal professions. One of the people I picked my aunt who is a doctor (internist) and i have to ask her 10 legal questions about her job. How her job is related to the law.

  74. Maths-Geometry(Loci)

    A port has two radar stations at P and Q which are 20 km apart.The radar at P is set to a range of 20 km,whilst the radar at Q is set to a range of 15 km. a)draw a scale diagram to show the above information b)Shade the region in which a ship must be

  75. Maths

    A port has two radar stations at P and Q which are 20 km apart.The radar at P is set to a range of 20 km,whilst the radar at Q is set to a range of 15 km. a)draw a scale diagram to show the above information b)Shade the region in which a ship must be

  76. Math

    A game has 30 cards numbered 1 through 30. e cards are shu ed. one card is picked at random. Find each probability. Which cards would give a probability of 1/10 they were picked.

  77. math

    two students are picked at random from a group of 8 girls and 6 boys,calculate the probability that the two picked atleast one is a boy.

  78. Math

    tracy and maria each choose a card from a deck of cards with positive and negative numbers. tracy picked negative 12 and maria picked negative 6. who picked the greater number

  79. Algebra

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  80. Algebra 2

    The sum of 3 numbers is 42 The sum of the first number and the third number +2 = the second number The third number multiplied by 2 is equal to the sum of the first and third number Can someone help me solve this? Questions like these make my brain hurt, I

  81. Precalculus

    Find the sum of the first 50 terms of the sequence 2,4,6,8........ That is twice the sum of 1+2+3+...+50 For 1+2+...+N, the sum is N(N+1)/2 The sum is therefore 2*[50*51)/2) = 2550

  82. math

    In a pack of 52 cards, 4 of the cards are Kings. The first card is picked, the results are recorded and the card is returned to the deck. Then the second card is picked. Find the probability of picking two kings. Be sure to represent your answer as a

  83. maths

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  84. maths-urgent

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  85. maths-urgent

    rewrite the addition sum given below using digits. Each letter is used for a different digit. Answer the questions given below i) Which digit did you find first? ii) How did you find R and U? ........F.O.U.R ...........O.N.E ....T.H.R.E.E ....T.H.R.E.E

  86. Statistics

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  89. guess and check

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  90. Economics

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  92. Math

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  93. college math

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  96. MATH

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    You have two decks of 26 cards. Each card in each of the two decks has a different letter of the alphabet on it. You pick at random one card from each of the two decks. A vowel is worth 3 points and a consonant is worth 0 points. Let X = the sum of the

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