the thompson family o5 invited 12 guests for dinner. ronald baked 2 pumpkin pies which he cut into 8 slices each. is this pie to serve everyone

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  1. math

    In 6 hours,an experienced cook prepares enough pies to supply a local restaurant's daily order. Another cook prepares the same number of pies in 7 hours. Together with a third cook, they prepare the pies in 2 hours. Find how long it takes the third cook to

  2. Statistic

    Mamma Temte bakes six pies a day that cost $2 each to produce. On 15% of the days, she sells only two pies. On 27% of the days, she sells 4 pies, and on the remaining 58% of the days, she sells all six pies. If Mamma Temte sells her pies for $4 each, what

  3. Math

    At Laurita's bakery 3/5 of the baked goods are pies and the rest are cakes. 1/3 of the pies are coconut. 1/6 of the cakes are angel-food. What fraction of all of the baked goods at Laurita's Bakery are coconut? What fraction of all the baked goods at

  4. Math

    Every year in Delaware there is a contest where people create cannons and catapults designed to launch pumpkins as far in the air as possible. the equation y=15+110x-16x^2 can be used to represent the height, y, of a launched pumpkin, where x is the time

  5. Algebra 2

    Every year in Delaware there is a contest where people create cannons and catapults designed to launch pumpkins as far in the air as possible. The equation y = 12 + 105x – 16x^2 can be used to represent the height, y, of a launched pumpkin, where x is

  6. mathematics

    A catering company charges $300 plus $40 per guest for a wedding. Sarah and Eric do not want to spend more than $5,000 on catering. Write and solve an inequality in terms of the number of guests, g, that can be invited.

  7. algebra

    The cost y (in dollars) to provide food for guests at a dinner party is proportional to the number x of guests attending the party. IT costs $30 to provide food for 4 guests. a. Write an equation that represents the situation. b. Interpret the slope. c.

  8. math

    A corner store sells two kinds of baked goods: cakes and pies. A cake costs $14 and a pie costs $8. In one day, the store sold 12 baked goods for a total of $144. How many cakes did they sell?

  9. Math

    the Smith family went out to dinner and received great service. They decided to leave a 20% tip for their waitress. If their dinner bill totaled $90, how much was the tip? How do I set up the problem to find the answer?

  10. Math

    A bakery sells apple pies for $12 each and pumpkin pies for $15 each. In one day, they make $100 from selling apple and pumpkin pies. Write an equation to show how apple pies a and pumpkin pies p are related to money the bakery made.

  11. MaTh

    At a bakery, there were 50 more chicken pies than vegetable pies at first. After some chicken pies were sold, there were 28 more vegetable pies than chicken pies left. 3/10 of the pies left were chicken pies. (a) How many chicken pies were there at first?

  12. math

    At Laurita's bakery 3/5 of the baked goods are pies and the rest are cakes. 1/3 of the pies are coconut. 1/6 of the cakes are angel-food. What fraction of all of the baked goods at Laurita's Bakery are coconut pies? What fraction of all of the baked goods

  13. Physics

    Early one October, you go to a pumpkin patch to select your Halloween pumpkin. You lift the 2.8 kg pumpkin to a height of 1.4 m, then carry it 50.0 m (on level ground) to the check-out stand. Calculate the work you do on the pumpkin as you lift it from the

  14. Math

    caterer charges $500 plus $30 per guest to cater a wedding. Walt and Traci don't want to spend more than $8000 on catering. Write and solve an inequality in terms of the number of guests, g, that can be invited.

  15. math

    Farmer Frank's pumpkin patch had 360 pumpkins and he was searching for perfect pumpkins to sell at his farm stand. As he walked through his pumpkin patch, he noted the following: Every third pumpkin had no stem. Every sixth pumpkin was too small. Every

  16. math

    find th numbers of cups of sugar needed if for each pie you use 3 cups of sugar 2 pies, 3 pies 4 pies 5 pies 6 pies

  17. math

    Jordana baked 4 apple pies. she wants to share them equally among 3 neighbors. what fractional part of the pies will each neighbor get?

  18. Math

    At the potluck , there were 6 pecan pies, 7 lemon pies, 13 cherry pies, and 8 apple pies. Find the ratio of apple pies to the total number of pies. Write the ratio in simplest form. Then explain its meaning.

  19. math

    3. Stephen’s family had a reunion last weekend. If there were 24 family members and 8 apple pies cut into 6 slices, what answer choice represents the fraction of one apple pie that each family member received? 1/3 2/3 ¼ 1/6

  20. Math

    At a club dinner, every member brought 1 or 2 guests. If the ratio of the number of members to the number of guests was 3 : 5, what fraction of the members who brought 2 guests each?

  21. Algebra

    Abby baked 48 dinner rolls and divided them evenly into bags. Let b represent the number of bags. Write an algebraic expression to represent the number of dinner rolls in each back

  22. English

    1. He had dinner with his family. 2. He had a light dinner today. 3. He had a heavy dinner today. 4. He had a good dinner today. ------------------------------- In #1, we do not use an article before 'dinner.' What about the others? Why do we have to put

  23. Math

    At the potluck , there were 6 pecan pies, 7 lemon pies, 13 cherry pies, and 8 apple pies. Find the ratio in simplest form. Then explain its meaning.

  24. Math

    Mrs. Smith baked three pies for a party. She cut each pie into six slices. She served 2 1/3 of the pies. How many slices of pie did Mrs. Smith serve?

  25. Mathematics

    "For Thanksgiving dessert, Mrs. Zappone and her seven family members baked an incredible homemade apple pie. Eight equal slices (sectors) of the round pie are cut and one piece is distributed to each person at dinner. After this is done, there is exactly

  26. math

    Mr. Gonzalez's sixth-grade class is putting on a play. He reserved the first 6 rows of the auditorium for family members and friends of the 24 students in his class. If each row contains 17 seats and each student can invite the same number of guests, how

  27. Need help, please explain,Tia

    Adam, Bryant and Clara shared some pies. Adam ate 2/3 of the number of pies and 2/3 of a pie. Bryant then ate 2/3 of the remaining number of pies and 2/3 of a pie. Finally, after Bryant had eaten his pies. Clara ate 2/3 of the remaining number of pies and

  28. math

    Alice baked a certain number of pies. She gave 1\8 of the pies to her friends and 1\4 of the remainder to her neighbor. She was left with the 63 pies. How many pies did Alice bake at first?

  29. Math

    Meredith bakes 5 pumpkin pies. She cuts the pies into quarters and distributes the pieces equally among her neighbors. Each neighbor receives 3 4 of a pie. a) How many neighbors does Meredith distribute the pies to?

  30. mathematics

    At Arthur’s Bakery, 1 8 of the baked goods are cakes, and the rest are pies. One third of the pies are cherry. What fraction of all of the baked goods at Arthur’s bakery are cherry pies?

  31. math

    dan baked 20 pies for his friends to have 1/8 of a pie how many pies did he bake?

  32. Language arts

    Mrs. Gleason announced that dinner was served and invited us to the dining table. It was lavishly covered with platters of food, but we couldn’t see any chairs around the table. So we helpfully carried over some dining chairs and sat down. All the other

  33. English

    Could you please check if everything is OK? Thank you very much. 3) Put the following into indirect speech using a suitable reporting verb (10) 1) “Would you like to have dinner with me on Saturday?”, he said to me. He invited me to have dinner ... 2)

  34. math

    Hector has invited 12 people to his party, 4 of whom are his brothers. IF Hector randomly selects a group of guests to participate in a game of charades, how amny guests must he select to ensure that at leaset two of his brothers are chosen?

  35. Math

    A waitress makes a 20% tip for serving the guests of a large dinner party. How much of a tip would she make on a dinner total of $700?

  36. math

    At a dinner party, every 3 guests used a dish for rice between them; every 4 a dish for broth; every 2 a dish for meat. There were 65 dishes in all. How many guests were there?

  37. English

    Q1: Whose family often joins Sonya's family for dinner? 1. Anton's family. 2. Anton's fmaily does. 3. Anton's family often does. 4. Anton's family often joins her family ofr dinner. 5. It's Anton's family. 6. They are Anton's family. (Which answers are

  38. math

    Part 2: Now it’s time to make the guest list! Figure out how many guests you will have at your party, and how much it will cost to feed everybody. You have four grandparents coming. For the adults, you have your parents, your best friend’s parents,

  39. Math - Fractions

    Mary has invited all her friends and all the students in her class to her birthday party. She invited 27 girls and 15 boys in all. What fraction of the people she invited are girls?

  40. Math

    Nine friends share pumpkin pies equally. What fraction of a pumpkin pie does each friend get ?

  41. help my son's math

    Dan baked enough peach pies for each of his 20 friends to have 1/8 of a pie. How many pies did he bake.

  42. :)

    Sam’s family bought pies that were cut into 10 equal slices. The family ended up eating 16 slices of pie that weekend. Which of the following best represents the number of whole pies that the family ate? a. 2.6 b. 1.6 c. 16.1 d. 1.3

  43. MATH

    AT THANKSGIVING DINNER, EMMA'S FAMILY ATE 1/3 OF A PUMPKIN PIE. WHAT FRACTION OF THE PIE WAS LEFT OVER?

  44. algebra

    The cost y (in dollars) to provide food for guests at a dinner party is proportional to the number x of guests attending the party. IT costs $30 to provide food for 4 guests. a. Write an equation that represents the situation. b. Interpret the slope. c.

  45. Physics

    Early one October you go to a pumpkin patch to select your Halloween pumpkin. You lift the 2.8 kg pumpkin to a height of 1.27 m, then carry it 51.4 m (on level ground) to the check-out stand. How much work do you do on the pumpkin as you carry it from the

  46. Algebra

    Steve and Belinda are selling pies for a school fundraiser. Customers can buy apple pies and cherry pies. John sold 3 apple pies and 9 cherry pies for a total of $183. Belinda sold 6 apple pies and 13 cherry pies for a total of $276. What is the cost each

  47. physics

    A small pumpkin of mass 2.22 kg is dropped from rest from a height of 2.87 m. The pumpkin rebounds from the ground to a height of 1.12 m. a. With what speed does the pumpkin hit the ground? b. With what speed does the pumpkin leave the ground? c. What

  48. Math

    The size to which a pumpkin grows while on the vine is probably problematic, as our current visiting POLY pumpkins demonstrate. What if we were watching a pumpkin on the vine grow over time and that its shape was totally spherical. Now for your five (5)

  49. Statistic

    Mamma Temte bakes six pies a day that cost $2 each to produce. On 15% of the days, she sells only two pies. On 27% of the days, she sells 4 pies, and on the remaining 58% of the days, she sells all six pies. If Mamma Temte sells her pies for $4 each, what

  50. math

    pt) Anne, Bill, and Cathy are eating dinner together at a restaurant. When it is time for dessert, the server tells them that the restaurant has apple, cherry, pecan, blueberry, and pumpkin pies; carrot, German chocolate, coconut, and apple spice cakes;

  51. Logical reasoning practice

    Karen baked desserts for a charity fund-raiser. She made 8 pies, 2 cakes, and 2 batches of cookies. She never baked more than two desserts in any 1 day, and she never made two of the same dessert in 1 day. What is the highest number of desserts that Karen

  52. physics

    5. A truck is travelling at a constant velocity of 16.7 m/s. A pumpkin is shot vertically (at a 90o angle to the ground)at a velocity of 120. m/s from the bed of a this pickup truck. The bed of the pickup truck is one meter high (from the ground). Complete

  53. statistics

    Mamma temte bakes six pies a day that cost $2. on 15% of the days she sells 3 pies, on 30% of the days she sells 4. On 55% of the days she sells six pies, if mama temte sells her pies for $6 each, what is her expected profit for a days worth of

  54. Math

    One cold Saturday, Mary decided to bake some cake for her family and some of their neighbors. For her family, she baked one big chocolate cake with caramel frosting. If her brother ate 5/12 of the cake, how much is left for the rest of the family to eat?

  55. math

    Part 2: Now it’s time to make the guest list! Figure out how many guests you will have at your party, and how much it will cost to feed everybody. You have four grandparents coming. For the adults, you have your parents, your best friend’s parents,

  56. math

    Part 2: Now it’s time to make the guest list! Figure out how many guests you will have at your party, and how much it will cost to feed everybody. You have four grandparents coming. For the adults, you have your parents, your best friend’s parents,

  57. math

    Rhonda bakes p pies. Mary bakes 3p pies. If together they bake 20 pies, how many pies does Mary bake?Rhonda bakes p pies. Mary bakes 3p pies. If together they bake 20 pies, how many pies does Mary bake? I would've thought p+3=20 so 20-3=17 making it p=17

  58. English

    I included the sentences I was most doubtful of. I hope you can clear my doubts. Thank you very much in advance. 1) My family and I have been on holiday in Greece. We stayed on a little island... There wasn't any wind. Unfortuanately I spent there only a

  59. math

    the thompson family o5 invited 12 guests for dinner. ronald baked 2 pumpkin pies which he cut into 8 slices each. is this pie to serve everyone

  60. mathematics

    The cost y (in dollars) to provide food for guests at a dinner party is proportional to the number x of guests attending the party. It costs $30 to provide food for 4 guests. a. Write an equation that represents the situation. b. Interpret the slope. c.

  61. Math

    At Thanksgiving dinner Emma family ate 1/3 of a pumpkin pie what fraction of the pie was left

  62. Physics

    1. A Pyrex plate is filled to the brim with liquid pumpkin pie filling, then baked at 190 degrees Celsius. The pie plate is h=3.60 cm deep, but the sides of the dish taper from the top to bottom so that the bottom is a circle of diameter d2=25.8cm, while

  63. math

    there were 360 pumpkins in a pumpkin patch , but it was difficult for farmer alexander to find the perfect pumpkin. evry third pumpkin was too small. every fourth pumpkin was too green. every fifth pumpkin had a broken stem. every sixth pumpkin had the

  64. Fraction

    Maggie baked some pies and muffins. The number of pies was of 7/11 the number of muffins. Maggie gave away 6 pies and 14 muffins. In the end, the number of ples left was equal to the number of muffins left. How many pies and muffins did Maggie bake

  65. unit 6 alternative assessment math ratios

    Write a ratio in simplest form for the situation. .Mrs. Chrisman bakes 10 pies for Thanksgiving. Mrs. Lewis bakes 6 pies. What is the ratio of pies Mrs.Lewis baked to Mrs. Chrisman? please help!!!

  66. math

    Organisers for a polytechnic graduation has three sections of chairs to seat graduates, faculty and invited. 1120 chairs have been arranged for the graduatesm 1400 for the invited guests and 896 for the lecturers, if all the rows have the same number of

  67. Math-Fractions

    Abby baked 5 cherry pies. She wants to share them equally among 8 of her neighbors. How much of a pie will each neighbor get?

  68. math logic

    There were 1320 pumpkins in a pumpkin patch, but it was difficult for farmer Joe to find the perfect pumpkin. • Every third pumpkin was too small. • Every fourth pumpkin was too green. • Every fifth pumpkin had a broken stem. • Every sixth pumpkin

  69. math logic

    There were 1320 pumpkins in a pumpkin patch, but it was difficult for farmer Joe to find the perfect pumpkin. • Every third pumpkin was too small. • Every fourth pumpkin was too green. • Every fifth pumpkin had a broken stem. • Every sixth pumpkin

  70. math

    If there is a pumpkin pie eating contest, how many pumkin pies will they need if 25 people participate and they eat 7/8 of a pie show your work

  71. 7 grade fraction word problem

    I am a mom that can't figure out how to help my daughter with this problem. Alicia is making pies. She uses 1 1/2 cups of sugar for every 2 pies. She has 5 1/4 cups left. How many more pies can she make? I think the answer is 7 pies but not sure how to

  72. Creative Writing

    For my compare and contrast essay on: The Tale of Two Very Different Birthdays . this is what I did for freewriting at first: -16th birthday = very fun and exciting --got presents from my whole family --went out to eat dinner with my friends and family

  73. English 1101 composition & rhetoric

    Put these sentences in order 1-6, based on whether it is the TS(1), GD1(2), SD1(3), GD2(4), SD2(5), CS(6), of a body paragraph in a five paragraph essay. A) Benson claims that the typical family eats together once a week now; a family having dinner

  74. Math

    For Each problem set up a legend set up two equations write answers in full sentences( solve using elimination Castle and Gabriella are selling pies for a school fundraiser. Customers can buy apple pies and lemon meringue pies. Castle sold 6 apple pies and

  75. Phsyicsssss helppp

    A 9.5-kg watermelon and a 7.2-kg pumpkin are attached to each other via a cord that wraps over a pulley, as shown. Friction is negligible everywhere in this system. (a) Find the accelerations of the pumpkin and the watermelon. Specify magnitude and

  76. PHYSICSSS please helppp ASAP

    A 9.5-kg watermelon and a 7.2-kg pumpkin are attached to each other via a cord that wraps over a pulley, as shown. Friction is negligible everywhere in this system. (a) Find the accelerations of the pumpkin and the watermelon. Specify magnitude and

  77. Pe

    If you don't have regular family dinner: 1.Do you believe you would enjoy it if you did? 2.What are some reason you feel like your family doesn't get to?

  78. Math

    3/4 of my family arrived to Thanksgiving dinner on time. What fraction of my family was late?

  79. Algebra II

    your club is baking strawberry and apple pies for a bake sale. They need at most 18 pies, and cannot have more than 12 apple pies. Write and graph a system of inequalities to model this system.

  80. business math

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  81. math

    went to market with a whole crop of pumpkins which I had grown in my pumpkin patch. I sold half of them plus half a pumpkin, and found that I had one whole pumpkin left. How many pumpkins did I take to the market?

  82. Early Education

    Tonya has been invited to help a new family whose child has a recently diagnosed disability and need to develop an individualized education plan (IEP). Upon meeting the parents, Tonya automatically assumes that they're going to be able to handle all the

  83. math

    if there were 28 students 2 teachers and 12 invited guests and each pizza can only be divided in ten pieces.how many pizzas will they need to buy to get each person to get three pieces of pizza?

  84. math

    Jenna baked apple pies for a family reunion. Each pie was cut into 9 pieces. Her family ate 28 pieces of pie. Write the number of pies Jenna's family ate as an improper fraction and as a mixed number.

  85. Pre-Algebra

    The cost y (in dollars0 to provide food for guests at a dinner party is proportional to the number x of guests attending the party. it costs $30 to provide food for 4 guests. a. Write an equation that represents the situation. b. Interpret the slope. c.

  86. logic

    There were 1320 pumpkins in a pumpkin patch, but it was difficult for farmer Joe to find the perfect pumpkin. • Every third pumpkin was too small. • Every fourth pumpkin was too green. • Every fifth pumpkin had a broken stem. • Every sixth pumpkin

  87. math

    75,000, how much tax must that citizen pay to each of the two countries? 21. A giant pumpkin is 90% water and weighs 250 pounds. The pumpkin is placed on display as the largest pumpkin of the year at the LA county fair. During the week-long fair, the

  88. math

    how many guests were present at a dinner if every two guest shared a bowl of rice, every three guests shared a bowl of broth, every four guests shared a bowl of fow, and 65 bowls were used together.

  89. Algebra

    Set up and solve a system of equations for each problem John and Belinda are selling pies for a school fundraiser. Customers can buy apple pies and cherry pies. John sold 3 apple pies and 9 cherry pies for a total of $183. Belinda sold 6 apple pies and 13

  90. mathematics

    A waitress makes a 20% tip for serving the guests of a large dinner party. How much of a tip would she make on a dinner total of $700?

  91. Plane geography

    3. Problem: "For Thanksgiving dessert, Mrs. Zappone and her seven family members baked an incredible homemade apple pie. Eight equal slices (sectors) of the round pie are cut and one piece is distributed to each person at dinner. After this is done, there

  92. math

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  93. math

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  94. World History Honors

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  96. math connections

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  98. math

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  99. Early Education and Team Building

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  100. math

    The lunch bill for the 7 guests came to $154. If Jessica paid for 3 of the guests and Aaron paid for the other 4 guests, how much did each pay?

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