1. alegebra

    if i bought 4 pairs of shoes for $325.50 and later bought another pair of shoes for $35, what was the mean cost of all the pairs of shoes?? thanks!(:
  2. Math

    Mr. Logan purchased $390 in clothing (excluding sales tax). He bought 5 identical shirts, 3 identical pairs of pants and 2 identical pairs of shoes. Each pair of shoes cost twice the combined value of one shirt and a pair of pants. Each pair of pants cost
  3. math

    jeff bought 6 pairs of shoes and 4 jerseys for 560. Jersies cost 1/4 price of one pair of shoes. Find price of shoes and price of jersey
  4. Math

    A company makes women's shoes. The price of the duty-free sale of a pair of shoes is set at 180 €. The total production cost C (x), in euros, is expressed as a function of the number x of pairs of shoes sold by: C x () = + 1.5 1 x x5 +1350 2 with x ∈
  5. Probability

    Alice has 2 identical pairs of red shoes and 1 pair of white shoes, where a pair of shoes is one left and one right shoe of the same color.If she draws two shoes at random, what is the probability that she picks a pair? Give your answer as a reduced
  6. math words problem

    Rich’s weekly salary is based on the number of pairs of shoes he sells. He is paid a base salary of $25, plus $5 for every pair of shoes he sells. The relationship between his pay (p) and pairs of shoes (s) sold can be represented by the linear equation
  7. Math

    A shoe manufacturer determines that the annual cost of making x pairs of one type of shoe is $30 per pair plus $100,000 in fixed overhead costs. Each pair of shoes that is manufactured is sold wholesale for $50. a. Find the equations that model Revenue and
  8. math

    two pair of shoes and four pairs of sock cost 109,and three pairs of shoes and five pairs of socks cost 160 .Find the cost of pair of the sock
  9. Business Math

    Craig runs a business importing shoes from Italy and selling them in Namibia. For the below questions (a – g), rounds your answers to cents (two decimal places). a) If the Euro / Namibian dollar exchange rate is € 1 = N$ 13.90 and the cost price of a
  10. Math

    I bought a pair of shoes for $51. The shoes were already marked 75% off. What is the original price of the shoes.
  11. math

    Two pairs of shoes and four pairs of socks cost $125, and three pairs of shoes and five pairs of socks cost $182. Find the cost of a pair of socks. $
  12. Economics

    Consider a country that initially consumes 100 pairs of shoes per hour, all of which are imported. The price of shoes is $40 per pair before a ban on importing them is imposed. Use a graph to explain what happens to the price of shoes and the quantity of
  13. math

    Obama bought a pair of shoes at 20% discount.If he saved $700,calculate: the original price of the pair of shoes the sale price of the pair of shoes
  14. math

    all of my shoes are red except 2 all of my shoes are blues except 2 all of my shoes are brown except 2 how many pairs of shoes do i have?
  15. math

    Ryan reaches into his gym bag for a pair of running shoes. If there are seven different pairs of shoes loose in the bag, how many ways can he pick two shoes that do not match?
  16. math

    Sams shoes makes a profit of 38$ on every pair of athletic shoes it sells. How many pairs of shoes must Sam sell to earn a profit of 950?
  17. math 12

    Ryan reaches into his gym bag for a pair of running shoes. If there are seven different pairs of shoes loose in the bag, how many ways can he pick two shoes that do not match?
  18. math help

    Leo purchased 5 shirts, 3 pairs of plants, and 4 pairs of shoes. which expresson represents how many different outfits consisting of one shirt, 1 pair of pants and one pair of shoes Leo can make? 5*3*4 12c3 5+3+4+ 12P3
  19. math

    While shopping, you purchase 4 pairs of jeans, 6 shirts, and 3 pairs of shoes. How many different outfits will you be able to make using one pair of jeans, one shirt, and one pair of shoes? 13 22 60 72
  20. Math

    Joey has 4 pairs of pants,6 shirts, and 2 pairs of shoes, but only 1 favorite pair of pants, 1 favorite shirt, and 1 pair of shoes. If he randomly selects an outfit to wear, what it the probability that it will be his favorite pants, shirt, and shoes?
  21. Math (Ratios)

    Ok, I already know how to work ratios, but I'm confused on this question: Jessica had 3 pairs of tennis shoes and 3 pairs of sandals, What is the ratio of tennis shoes to sandals Jessica owned? Pair means 2 right? So would it mean 6 tennis shoes to 6
  22. Math

    Mrs. Daniel pays $324 for a handbag and 3 pairs of shoes. The handbag cost half as much as the 3 pairs of shoes combined. Find the cost of the hand bag.
  23. math

    Mrs. daniels pays $324 for a handbag and 3 pairs of shoes. the handbag costs half as much as the 3 pairs of shoes combined. find the cost of the handbang.
  24. algebra

    Janet bought 5 shirts for s dollars each and 3 pairs of shoes for p dollars each. Write an expression to show the total that janet spent on the shoes and shirt
  25. math

    Mrs. Daniel pays $324 for a handbag and 3 pairs of shoes. The handbag costs half as much as the 3 pairs of shoes combined. Find the cost of the handbag.
  26. math

    Mrs. Daniels pays $324 for a handbag and 3 pairs of shoes. The handbag costs half as much as the 3 pairs of shoes combined. find the cost of the handbag
  27. Math

    Mrs. Daniel pays $324 for a handbag and 3 pairs of shoes. The handbag costs half as much as the 3 pairs of shoes combined. Find the cost of the handbag.
  28. Informal Logic

    "I bought a pair of shoes from that store that immediately fell apart. Their shoes are no good" may commit which fallacy?
  29. Math

    Mary has 8 pairs of dress shoes. How many different ways can she arrange five pairs of her shoes in her closet?
  30. Old Bridge

    Sue has 8 pairs of dress shoes. How many diff. way can she arrange five pairs of her shoes in her closet?
  31. Math 116a

    Amy bought a pair of running shoes she paid $66.09 during a 20% off sale, what is the regular price of the shoes? Would I take 66.09 divide by 20%?
  32. math

    There are 10 different pairs of shoes in a wardrobe. Find the probability of the event that there is at least one pair among them in choosing 4 shoes by chance. Express your answer in rational form.
  33. math

    A man has 20 shirts, 7 pairs of pants & 4 pairs of shoes. How many different outfits consisting of one shirts, one pair of pants & one pair of shoes are possible?
  34. simple equations ( math)

    A shop sold 216 pairs of shoes in a month, which was equal to 60% of the number of pairs in the shop. How many pairs of shoes were in the shop at first??
  35. economics. urgent

    Assuming that shoes have a world price of US$60 a pair, that the EU has a 45% ad valorem import duty on footwear which applies to all types of footwear and an Italian company is proposing a project to substitute 150,000 pairs of imported shoes by
  36. Art

    I left out the following sentences. Thank you very much, Writeacher. 1) My son has grown out of his shoes (not "frew out of.."), so we'll have to buy him new shoes (a new pair of shoes, a pair of new shoes .. are all possible?). We'll have to buy him a new
  37. English

    Are the following all called "shoes"? sneakers, football shoes, slippers, tennis shoes, sports shoes, basketball shoes
  38. Math

    At a garage sale, Zoe spent $60 on 1 hat and 2 pairs of shoes.If she spent $9 more on each pair of shoes than on the hat, how much did Zoe spend on the shoes?
  39. Math

    Laura bought a pair of shoes priced at $20.00 if the sales tax rate in Laura's state is 6% what is the total price of the shoes ?
  40. math

    erin owns about 4 times as many shoes as ewan. erin owns 28 pairs of shoes write an equation and use it to estimate the number n of pairs of shoes ewan owns
  41. 5th grade math

    Pete looked at the colors of the shoes worn by his classmates. He found that 1/5 of the class wore white shoes, 3/20 wore blue shoes, 2/5 wore black shoes, and 1/4 wore red shoes. what color shoes did the most students have on? And how would i show the
  42. Data

    Bridget works part time in a shoe store. Sometimes when it is not busy, she rearranges the shoes for fun. If she takes six different pairs of shoes and rearranges them in a row, in how many ways can she rearrange them so that no two shoes match? Is the
  43. Algebra

    A big sale is happening today at the Newton Shoe Store. You buy two pair od running shoes. The first pair is $64, which is 20% off the original price. The second pair os $72, which is 40% off the original price. what is the persent of discount on the
  44. Math

    A sneaker outlet has made the following wholesale purchases of new running shoes: 12 pairs at $45, 18 pairs at $40 and 20 pairs at $50. An inventory taken last week indicates that 23 pairs are still in stock. Calculate the cost of this inventory by FIFO.
  45. Math

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  46. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  47. Calc BC

    A shoe company will make a new type of running shoe. The fixed cost for the production will be $54,000. The marginal cost will be $25 per pair of shoes. The shoes will sell for $115 for each pair. a) Write the cost function b) Write the revenue function c)
  48. Math

    if jerry bought 6 shoes for 85 dollars, how much would fred have to pay for 17 pairs at the same rate?
  49. math

    john bought a bag, pai oh shoes ad a watch for $160 altogethe. the bag cost $15 more than the pair of shoes and the watch cost $20 less than the bag. What was the cost of the bag?
  50. math

    ) You are buying 2 new pairs of jeans and shoes. You cannot spend over $100. The shoes you want costs $65. Whats the inequality
  51. math

    A bag got mix up 6 pairs of shoes – 2 red, 2 blue, and 2 purple. Picking randomly, how many shoes must I pick before for sure that there is one matching pair in red or blue?
  52. math

    A bag got mix up 6 pairs of shoes – 2 red, 2 blue, and 2 purple. Picking randomly, how many shoes must I pick before for sure that there is one matching pair in red or blue? Ms Sue answered 4. Request for explanation please.
  53. English

    posted by rfvv yesterday at 3:29am 1. Don't throw away your old clothes, shoes, or books. They will be useful to someone. 2. You can buy things at low prices. 3. Don't throw away your old clothes, your old shoes, or your old books.
  54. algebra

    URGENT! How do you calculate for marginal cost against fixed cost. E.g., a company produces 2 pairs of shoes at $390.00. If it produces 1 more pair (making total production 3), total cost is $600.00. If no production is made, the fixed cost is $130. With
  55. Math

    You are packing for a vacation. You pack 3 pairs of shorts, 5 shirts, and 2 pairs of shoes. How many different outfits will you be able to make using one pair of each clothing 10 17 30*** 35 I think it is 30.
  56. mathj

    a box contains ten `pairs of shoes if four shoes are retired there are numeration (1 I) (2 I) (10 I) X is the set formed by 20 numbers Find the triplet Calculate probability P(Ai)
  57. algebra

    The price of a pair of shoes is $63.20. The sales tax rate is 4.5 percent. How much sales tax would you pay if you bought these shoes?
  58. statistics

    Test whether women have, on average, more pairs of shoes than men. Include all forms of sneakers, shoes, sandals, and boots. Use staffs at UTeM as the sample.
  59. Managerial Accounting

    • Calculate the annual break-even point in dollar sales and in unit sales for Shop 48. • Prepare a CVP graph showing cost and revenue data for Shop 48 from zero shoes up to 17,000 pairs of shoes sold each year. Clearly indicate the break-even point on
  60. probability

    Problem 2: Oscar's running shoes Oscar goes for a run each morning. When he leaves his house for his run, he is equally likely to use either the front or the back door; and similarly, when he returns, he is equally likely to use either the front or the
  61. economics

    # You produce shoes. Currently you produce 4 pairs of shoes at a total cost of %40. a)what is your average total cost (ATC) b)Suppose you could produce one more( fifth)pair at a marginal cost of $20. If you do produce that fifth pair of shoe, what will
  62. Math 6th Grade

    A pair of running shoes cost $22.29.The store owner wanted to make a profit of $18.50.What should be the shoes' selling price?
  63. Accounting

    E6-9 (a,b) Tiger Golf Accessories sells golf shoes, gloves, and a laser-guided range-finder that measures distance. Shown below are unit cost and sales data. Pairs of Shoes Pairs of Gloves Range Finder Unit sales price $100 $30 $250 Unit variable costs 60
  64. Math

    I need help please. The usual markup on shoes at Fast Times Department Store is 240%. During a 25%-off sale, the store sold a pair of shoes for $39.95. Estimate the amount of the store's profit on the shoes.
  65. math

    The sales tax rate is 7.4% a. Find the tax paid for a pair of shoes with a list price of $93. b. What is the total cost of the pair of shoes? A. $6.88; $99.88 B. $6.88; $93.68 C. $0.69; $99.88 D. $0.69; $93.68 I have no Idea, Please help!
  66. mat

    a pair of $90 shoes goes on sale for 35% off and then goes on clearance rack for an additinal 10% off. A customer walks in with a 20% off coupon and uses it to buy the shoes. How much did the customer pay for the shoes? and the price paid was what percent
  67. Math

    Shoes are on sale, buy one and get the cheaper pair 50% off. Jane and Janette wants to buy shoes and share equal amount of discount. If the pair of shoes that Jane wants to buy is 120, and the pair that Janette wants to buy is 60, how much do they each
  68. Counting/ Probability

    I don't understand this problem at all, all help is appreciate Maya is invited to a wedding. She gets all the items (dresses, blouses, dress pants, shoes, necklaces and a scarf) she finds suitable to wear out of her closet. a) Maya has two dress pants and
  69. Pre- Algebra

    You buy x pairs of shoes that each cost $24.95 the same number of socks that each cost $4.75 and a pair of pants that costs $29.99 write an expression in simplest form that represents the total amount of money spent. Would you add them all together?
  70. math

    Edward is buying a pair of shoes. The shoes originally cost $45. If the shirt is marked down 30% what is the new price of he shirt?
  71. Math

    The clothing stor had a sale for 75% off most of its shoes.Malik selected a pair of shoes that regulary sell for 80. What is the sale of Malik's new shoes.
  72. English

    Which of the following is a sentence fragment? He spent twenty dollars on those shoes. How much did you spend on those shoes? That much money on those shoes? Spending way too much! C or D?
  73. algebra

    Natasha has been saving money to buy a new pair of running shoes. The pair she wants cost $132. She currently has $80. She saw an ad in the paper that the store is having a "1/3 off sale" Does she now have enough money to buy the shoes? if not how much
  74. Math

    lola has 75$. she buys a pair of shoes on sale for one half off and a pair of socks for 6$. she has 32 left. which equation can be used to find x, the regular price of the shoes?
  75. More math

    Calculate the simple interest for each situation. Choose THREE that have a simple interest greater than $800.00. a. $2,000.00 at 6% for 7 years *** b. $4,500.00 at 3% for 6 years *** c. $1,400.00 at 6% for 9 years d. $5,000,00 at 7% for 3 years *** e.
  76. More math

    Calculate the simple interest for each situation. Choose THREE that have a simple interest greater than $800.00. a. $2,000.00 at 6% for 7 years *** b. $4,500.00 at 3% for 6 years *** c. $1,400.00 at 6% for 9 years d. $5,000,00 at 7% for 3 years *** e.
  77. Math

    The running shoes Gina bought at a 20%-off sale were originally priced at $70. Before tax was added, how much money did Gina save by buying the shoes on sale?
  78. 7th grade math

    Eugene is purchasing clothing to make different outfits. Each outfit consists of a top, a bottom and a pair of shoes. Eugene found 2 pairs of shoes and 4 bottoms he would like to purchase. What is the minimum number of tops Eugene needs to purchase to make
  79. Math

    You have 2 pairs of shorts, 2 pairs of shoes, 2 shirts how many combinations could you wear
  80. Math

    a pair of $90 shoes goes on sale for 35% off and then goes on the clearance rack for an additional 10% off. a customer walks in with a 20% off coupon good on all clearance items and buys the shoes. How much did the customer pay for the shoes? and the price
  81. math

    If Jun has 12 t-shirts,6 pairs of pants,and 3 pairs of shoes, how many possible ways can he dress himself up for the day?
  82. Can someone help me on math?

    Calculate the simple interest for each situation. Choose THREE that have a simple interest greater than $800.00. a. $2,000.00 at 6% for 7 years *** b. $4,500.00 at 3% for 6 years *** c. $1,400.00 at 6% for 9 years d. $5,000,00 at 7% for 3 years *** e.
  83. algebra

    2 pairs of shoes, 5 pairs of pants, and 6 shirts on a trip. Assuming all items are compatible, how many different outfits can be worn?
  84. Math

    At the same store, Peter bought 2 pairs of pants and 5 shirts for $61, and jissica bought 3 pairs of pants and 2 shirts for $64. How much does 1 pair of pants cost? ~Please explain this problem to me
  85. algebra

    Tod paid $81.22 for a pair of shoes during a 30% off sale. What was the original price of the shoes?
  86. Math

    There are 9 boys and 12 girls at a party,everyone is wearing a pair of shoes.How many shoes are there
  87. economic

    ASSIGNMENT 5: DUE 4.00PM, 4/09/08 1. A competitive firm uses coal to generate electricity. Its supply curve is Q = 300P - 1000, where Q is quantity produced (units of electricity per year), and P is market price of electricity per unit. The production of
  88. algebra

    (x) =29.95 + 200 @ x = 300 where c (x) is the cost of making x pairs of shoes
  89. Business Mgmt.

    I need to write a paragraph on Identifying the demographics and characteristics of my customer( or consumer). What the customer needs will my product attempt to meet? My product or business is a shoe company that sells for all ages and all shoes size, the
  90. Math

    On Friday Alexis bought 7 T shirt for 18 each she also bought 4 sports caps for 14 each and a pair of shoes for 26. How much money did Alexis spend on Friday?
  91. cps

    after allowing a discount of 15% a pair of shoes was sold for 520 Rupees find t he Marked price of the shoes
  92. writing in math

    theres just 1 more i needed help with that i was stuck on it says: Madison has 7 pairs of shoes in her closet. write a multiplication sentence to show how many shoes madison has. then solve the problem and write my answer in a complete sentence.
  93. math

    the probability sue purchases a dress is 3/5. if she does buy a dress, the probability she buys shoes is 5/8. If she does not buy a dress, the probability she buys shoes is 1/4. If you learn Sue bought shoes, what is the probability she bought a dress?
  94. statics counting methods

    suppose that you have 5 shirts, 3 pairs of pants, and 2 pairs of shoes that can all go together. Assuming that you pick 1 of each item to wear, how many outfits could you put together
  95. Counting and probability

    I have no idea on how to do this, please help! Maya is invited to a wedding. She's gets all the items (dress pants, shoes, necklaces and a scarf) she finds suitable to wear out of her closet. A) Maya has two dress pants and four blouses. how many outfits
  96. Math

    You purchased a pair of shoes on sale for $46.75. The original price was marked as $55.00. Find what by percentage the shoes were reduced (ignoring tax).
  97. economics

    Teddy Bear, Inc., a rapidly growing manufacturer of high fashion children's shoes, plans to open a new production facility in Gastonia. Based on information provided by the accounting department, the company estimates fixed costs of $250,000 per year. Its
  98. math

    A men's shoe store uses a markup rate of 115% on its most popular brands of shoes. If the shoe store buys a pair of popular-brand shoes for a wholesale price of $79, what will be the retail price of the shoes, to the nearest cent?
  99. math

    josie found a oapir of shoes she wanted prices at $55,but she did not want to pay that much.a few weeks later , the same shoes were marked down to 20% .including the 6% sales tax,how much will she pay if she buys the shoes on sale?
  100. math

    at carolina place mall, gina bought a blouse(x), a pair of shoes(y), and a pair of jeans(z). If she paid with a $100 bill, write an expression that represents the amount of change she received.