1. math

    there are 4 packets of muesli sold for every 3 packets of bran.The owner sold 84 packets of muesli and bran today.how many packets of muesli did the store sell today
  2. Math

    A truck was packed with cartons each containing packets of 500g and 250g.  The total mass of the packets was 900kg. If the number of 500 packets was 1000, what was the number if 250 packets?
  3. math

    A shopkeeper bought cooking fat in 30 one kilogram packets and 20 five hundred packets. She repacked the fat in packets of 125 grams each. How many packets did she get?
  4. Statistics

    Machines are used to pack sugar into packets supposedly containing 1.20 kg each. On testing a large number of packets over a long period of time, it was found that the mean weight of the packets was 1.24 kg and the standard deviation was 0.04 Kg. A
  5. statistics

    Machines are used to pack sugar into packets supposedly containing 1.20 kg each. On testing a large number of packets over a long period of time, it was found that the mean weight of the packets was 1.24 kg and the standard deviation was 0.04 Kg. A
  6. SMU

    Ans:- Machines are used to pack sugar into packets supposedly containing 1.20 kg each. On testing a large number of packets over a long period of time, it was found that the mean weight of the packets was 1.24 kg and the standard deviation was 0.04 Kg. A
  7. statistics/probability

    QUESTION- machines are used to pack sugar into packets supposedly containing 1.20kg each.on testing a large number of packets over a long perodof time ,it was found that the mean weight of the packets was 1.24kg and the standard deviation was 0.04kg. a
  8. Math

    Elena bought 49 packets of red balloons, 66 packets of blue balloons, and 35 packets of yellow balloons. Each pack contained 12 balloons. She mixed them up and gave away some balloons. She then repacked the balance into packets of 25. How many balloons
  9. Maths

    Please help...I just can't figure it out.. Amanda, Belinda and mary share 9x packets of beads. Amanda gets x packets more than Belinda. mary gets 6 packets more than Belinda. (a) how many packets does belinda get in terms of x? (b) if amanda gets 3 packets
  10. Maths Problem

    Can anyone help me please? Amanda, Belinda and mary share 9x packets of beads. Amanda gets x packets more than Belinda. mary gets 6 packets more than Belinda. (a) how many packets does belinda get in terms of x? (b) if amanda gets 3 packets more than
  11. Math

    Pupils contributed some money to help needy people. They bought twenty four 2-kg packets of flour, thirty six 1-kg packets of flour and fifty kilogram bag of sugar. The flour was packed in 500 g packets and the sugar in 250 g packets. Hominy people got
  12. math

    Theta taa factroy produces equal number of 1/4kg packets and 1/2kg packets of tea. How many 1/4kg packets were produced from a totol of 45 tonnes of tea.
  13. math

    Theta taa factroy produces equal number of 1/4kg packets and 1/2kg packets of tea. How many 1/4kg packets were produced from a totol of 45 tonnes of tea. Pliz explain
  14. math

    Students contributed some money to help needy people. They bought twenty four 2-kg packets of flour, thirty six 1-kg packets of flour and a fifty kilogram bag of sugar. The flour was packed in 500 g packets and the sugar in 250 g packets. How many
  15. math

    Pupils contributed some money to help needy people. They bought twenty four 2-kg packets of flour, thirty six 1-kg packets of flour and a fifty kilogram bag of sugar. The flour was packed in 500g packets and the sugar in 250 g packets. How many people
  16. Math

    Pupils contributed some money to help needy people. They bought twenty four 2-kg packets of flour, thirty six 1-kg packets of flour and a 50 kilogram bag of sugar. The flour was packed in 500g packets and the sugar in 250 g packets. How many people got
  17. math

    Agus sold packets of sweets to Halim and Kairi in the ratio 8:13.He sold the sweets in 2-kg packets.What was the smallest possible mass of sweets Agus sold to both of them?
  18. milli

    elena bought 49 packets of red balloons, 66 packets of blue balloons, and 35 packets of yellow ballons. each packet contained 12 balloons. she mixed them up and gave away some balloons..she then repacket the balance into packet of 25
  19. maths

    An entire bag containing 4.8kg of coffee was repacked into smaller packets. each containing 250g. a) How many smaller packets were obtained? b) How much grams of coffee remained after the maximum amount of packets were obtained?
  20. math

    An entire bag containing 4.8kg of coffee was repacked into smaller packets. each containing 250g. a) How many smaller packets were obtained? b) How much grams of coffee remained after the maximum amount of packets were obtained?
  21. math

    Cathy and Judy bought some postcard packets.altogether there were 48 cards.Cathy bought three packets with 8 cards each.The packets Judy bought had 12 cardsin each.how many packets did Judy buy.
  22. math

    John and David had packets of tea to be packed into cartons. Each carton holds 46 packets. John packed 63 cartons and remained with 24 packets while David packed 54 cartons and remained with 19 packets. How many more packets of tea had John than David? =
  23. aig math

    A bookshop had 60 boxes of pencils. Each box contained 85 pencils. Half of the pencils were packed into packets of 25 pencils and the rest were packed into packets of 20. How many packets of pencils were there altogether? My answer is 229 am i right? How
  24. math

    The owner of a candy store packs all of the sweets from a box into packets of 9, 12, 18 sweets . a. what is the smallest number of sweets a box must contain if no sweets are to remain after packing? b. There are 180 sweets to be packed. what is the largest
  25. math

    A bookshop had 60 boxes of pencils. Each box contained 85 pencils. Half of the pencils were packed into packets of 25 pencils and the rest were packed into packets of 20. How many packets of pencils were there altogether? My answer is 229 am i right? How
  26. Math

    I am also having big trouble with this math problem. A teacher is making identical activity packets using 92 crayons and 23 sheets of paper. What is the greatest number of packets the teacher can make with no items left over? Please help me.
  27. math

    Twenty-four 5-decilitre packets of milk were emptied into a 50-litre container. How many more such packets of milk were needed to fill the container?
  28. mathsP5

    There are 2 packets of flour, Y & Z.The ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 4:1. If 26g is added to Z,the ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 7:5. Find the mass of the 2 packets at first. Pls show how to solve by model method as i have not learnt algebra. tks
  29. Math

    A rectangular container measures 4m by 3m by 500cm. The container is completely filled with 0. 5 long cubic packets. How many such packets are needed to filled 3/4 of the container? V = lwh = 3(4)(5) = 60
  30. math

    A factory produced 65, 160 sweets. The sweets were packed in packets each holding sweets. The cost of each packet was $72. All the packets were then equally put in 15 cartons. What was the cost of the sweets in each carton?
  31. AP Calculus BC Resources

    Hi there, I was hoping if any one was familiar with any sites that have printable integration/differentiation packets? I'm hoping to use them for everyday practice. I skipped Calculus AB and need a little help. I love packets so if there are any out there
  32. Maths

    There are 2 packets of flour, Y & Z.The ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 4:1. If 26g is added to Z,the ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 7:5. Find the mass of the 2 packets at first.
  33. Maths

    There are 2 packets of flour, Y & Z.The ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 4:1. If 26g is added to Z,the ratio of the mass of Y to Z is 7:5. Find the mass of the 2 packets at first.
  34. math

    A box full of packets of biscuits each weighing 200 g weighs 12 1/2 kg.The empty box weighs 2 kg 500 g. calculate the number of packets of biscuits in the box.
  35. Math

    There are 10 packets of ham. Of the packets, 2/5 are turkey ham. Each packet of turkey ham weighs 1/3 pound. What is the total weight of the turkey ham?
  36. statistics

    question- a packaging device is set to fill detergent powder packets with a mean weight of 5 kg .the standered deviation is known to be 0.01kg.these are known to drift upward over a period of time due to machine fault,which is not tolerable.a random sample
  37. Statistics

    A packaging device is set to fill detergent power packets with a mean weight of 5 Kg. The standard deviation is known to be 0.01 Kg. These are known to drift upwards over a period of time due to machine fault, which is not tolerable. A random sample of 100
  38. physics

    A cannon is shooting emergency packets to people stranded on the roof of a flooded building of height H = 104 meters relative to the cannon, the corner of which is located a distance D = 53 meters from the cannon. It is desired that the incoming packets
  39. marketing research

    A packaging device is set to fill detergent power packets with a mean weight of 5 Kg. The standard deviation is known to be 0.01 Kg. These are known to drift upwards over a period of time due to machine fault, which is not tolerable. A random sample of 100
  40. statistics

    a packaging device is set to fill detergent powder packets with a mean weight of 5kg.The standard deviation is known to be .01kg.these are known to drift upwards over a period of time due to machine fault which is not tolerable. A random sample of 100
  41. Math

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

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

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

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

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

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

    4 packets of charges are arranged in a circle. Each packet is 90 degrees from each other. Each packet consists of 22 elementary charges associated with the nucleus of two sodium atoms. A test charge is placed in the center of the circle of packets. The
  48. physics

    4 packets of charges are arranged in a circle. Each packet is 90 degrees from each other. Each packet consists of 22 elementary charges associated with the nucleus of two sodium atoms. A test charge is placed in the center of the circle of packets. The
  49. algebra

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

    A shopkeeper buys a number of blue pens and red pens. He pack 3 blue pens and 2 red pens into a packets for sale. If he wants to obtain 160 packets of the pens he needs another 25 blue pens. What is the total number of the pens bought by him at first?
  51. Computer networks

    Consider sending a file of 2Mbits from Host A to Host B. There are three links and two store-and-forward routers (or switches) between A and B. Assume that no link is congested (that is, no queueing delays), and the one-way propagation delay of each link
  52. Statistics - Probability

    Viruses reach networks by requests for communication that are identified as packets. A security system can detect them if at least one such packet is observed by a network sensor. Assume that the probability of observing a single packet sent from a new
  53. Statistics/Probability

    5) The product is sold in packets whose masses are normally distributes with mean of 1.42 kg and a standard deviation of 0.025 kg. (1) Find the probability that the mass of a packet, selected at random, lies between 1.37 kg and 1.45 kg
  54. Algebra word problem

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

    please if anyone could help me with this question: 1. A class paid $20 for a cake and $4 per child for one slice of cheese pizza. they paid $140. how many children are in the class? 2. Rajie want to divide 24 peanuts, 64 raisins, and 56 apricots evenly
  56. STATISTICS

    In the mass production of bolts it is found that 5% are defective. Bolts selected at random and put into packets of ten. A packet is selected at random. Find the probability that it contains (a) three defective bolts. (b) less than three are defective. Two
  57. computer networks.

    Question 1 (PIM) Assume you have a source S, and assume that some receivers have joined the shortestpath tree of S, while other receivers have joined only the shared tree. Prove that, if the network is in a steady state (no routing table changes, no
  58. Maths

    URGENTLY ANSWER RATIO MATHS !!! Please EXPLAIN the steps fully CLEARLY, I have AlREADY GOT ANSWER so no need to worry. This is for GCSE just so you know. I want explanation for both problems. Ratio Problem 1- Chantel makes muesli using wheat flakes and
  59. Maths

    URGENTLY ANSWER RATIO MATHS !!! Please EXPLAIN the steps fully CLEARLY, I have already got answer so no need to worry. This is for GCSE just so you know. Ratio Problem 1- Chantel makes muesli using wheat flakes and dried fruit in ratio 8:5. She has a 200g
  60. Intro to Networking

    While working with networks, does a larger number of hops have a effect on the delay of packets?
  61. mathematics

    seeds of type A and type B are sold in packets, each must contain 1) both type a and type b seeds 2) at least twice the amount of type B as there are type A 3) no more than 12 seeds state the minimum number in each paket of type A and of type B if here are
  62. Mathematics

    Anthony uses 1.2 metres of leather and one buckle when he makes a leather belt. He can make 15 belts per hour and he values his labour $11 per hour. Anthony buys his supplies in bulk. The leather comes in rolls 50 metres long at a cost of $180 per roll and
  63. Math

    Two shopkeepers, Juma and Wan bought some items from a wholesaler. Juma bought 18 loaves of bread, 40 packets of milk and 5 bars of soap while Wan bought 15 loaves of bread, 30 packets of milk and 6 bars of soap. The price of a loaf of bread, a packet of
  64. Career Planning

    Sarah needs to complete financial aid packets. During which school year would she do this? A.) freshman B.) sophomore C.) junior D.) senior I think that it is D...?
  65. Math

    Two shopkeepers, Juma and Wan bought some items from a wholesaler. Juma bought 18 loaves of bread, 40 packets of milk and 5 bars of soap while Wan bought 15 loaves of bread, 30 packets of milk and 6 bars of soap. The price of a loaf of bread, a packet of
  66. Computer Science

    Data packets travel from router on layers 3 and 4. As this happens their headers change. Explain why this is the case with reference to ip and mac adresses.
  67. maths

    5 packets of different sizes have a total mass of 800g find their average mass.
  68. Math,Word problems(algebra)

    Kai Ling has 4m kg of flour.She bought 2 more packets of flour, each of mass m kg.How much does she has now in terms of m? Please help me
  69. maths

    10 pencils in each packet 46 pencils how many packets are needed
  70. mathematics

    seeds of type a and b are sold in packets each containing both type a and b seeds at last twice the number of twice b seeds as there are in type a seeds and no more than 12 seeds a) using a scale of 1cm for each unit on both axis draw a graph n the axis to
  71. Astronomy

    Light is absorbed and emitted in the form of ________, which are “packets” of electromagnetic radiation that carry a specific amount of energy. photons ions excited atoms?? protons
  72. math

    Danny bought 6 packets of drink. Each packet contained 1/4 liter of drink. Find the total amount of drinks in liters.
  73. algebra

    mrs.Goh bought 4 bags of rice at $5.28 per bag ,5 packets of biscuits at $1.25 per packet and 2.8 kg of meat at $7.40 kg per kg.Assuming that GST was absorbed by the retailer,calculate the total amount she spent ? What would be change if she paid for all
  74. college math

    A camper has 3 jackets, 6 sleeping bags, and 14 different packages of food. An "outfit" consists of 1 jacket, 1 sleeping bag, and 7 packets of food. How many different outfits are there?
  75. chemistry

    What does the fact that a blackbody can absorb light only in specific-sized "packets" say about light? A. It has no mass. B. It is composed of electrons. C. It is composed of atoms. D. It is quantized. I have no idea what the answer is
  76. Finite

    Linear programming A candy merchant sells two variety bags of cookies. Each pound of variety X contains 60 % chocolate chips and 40% raisin bran and sells for $ 8.00 a pound. Each pound of variety Y contains 45% of chocolate chips and 55% raisin bran and
  77. math

    Assume that the camper has 3 jackets, 7 sleeping bags, and 9 different packages of food. An outfit consists of 1 jacket, 1 sleeping bag, and 6 packets of food. How many ways can the trip be outfitted?
  78. Math

    Eva is making bran muffin. She measures5/4 cups of bran, 1/4 cup of flour, and 7/4 cups of oats. What is the order of the ingredients from least to greatest amounts?
  79. math

    Students are baking muffins to sell to raise money. They bake muffins in trays of 24 muffins each. They want to divide the muffins on each tray into equal packets. Which packet size would result in muffins from each tray being left over? A.3 muffins per
  80. Math 10

    Cashew nuts are sold at 15 per kg. Walnuts are sold at 12 per kg. What quantities of each nut would a store owner put into a 100-kg barrel so that it could be sold for 13.20 per kg?
  81. World History

    So, last week Coach gave us 3 packets by Blackline Masters to do but I wasn't at school most of last so I didn't get them until Friday and he isn't giving me any extra time, and tneyre due tomorrow, and im kind of freaking out, does anyone know where I
  82. algebra 2

    A garden supply store sells two types of lawn mowers. The cashiers kept a tally chart for the total number of mowers sold. They tallied 30 mowers sold. Total sales of mowers for the year were $8379.70. The small mowers cost $249.99 and the large mowers
  83. algebra 2

    A garden supply store sells two types of lawn mowers. The cashiers kept a tally chart for the total number of mowers sold. They tallied 30 mowers sold. Total sales of mowers for the year were $8379.70. The small mowers cost $249.99 and the large mowers
  84. Math

    Assume that the camper has 3 jackets, 3 sleeping bags, and 11 different packages of food. An outfit consists of 1 jacket, 2 sleeping bags, and 4 packets of food.How many ways can the trip be outfitted?
  85. math

    Assume that the camper has 3 jackets, 3 sleeping bags, and 11 different packages of food. An outfit consists of 1 jacket, 2 sleeping bags, and 4 packets of food.
  86. Math (again)

    Sorry...I forgot to include all of the details for one of my previous questions the complete problem is: 1. Yesterday Josh sold some boxes of greeting cards. Today he sold seven boxes. If he sold 25 boxes in all, how many did he sell yesterday? I can solve
  87. Economics

    Could someone please help me to asnwer these tw economics questions? The following table shows the marginal benefits (MB) of consuming chocolate bars. Chocolate Bars (unit) 1 2 3 4 5 MB $10 $8 $6 $4 $2 Suppose that the market price of chocolate bars is $7
  88. science

    A class is to perform an experiment to study the effects of various plant foods on a type of indoor plant.The teacher provides three similar plants,a water supply,and three different packets of plant food.Explain how you might conduct a controlled
  89. statistics

    2 Packets of crisps from a production line have a weight distribution that is normal with a mean of 50.0 grams and a standard deviation of 2.0 grams. Samples are taken of size 36.

What is the probability that a sample mean is less than 49.0
  90. Chemistry

    One medium bran muffin connateness 4.2 g of fiber. How many ounces of fiber are obtained by eating three medium bran muffins? I need help understanding the conversion factor process
  91. math (grade6)

    cassie and connor are selling peaches yesterday cassie sold 31 peachesconnor sold p fewer peaches than cassie. a. suppose connor sold 50 peaches today explain how to write an expression for the number of peaches cassie sold today if connor sold p fewer
  92. internet

    Consider sending a series of packets from a sending host to a receiving host over a fixed route. List the delay components in the end-to-end delay for a single packet. Which of these delays are constant and which are variable?
  93. MATH

    Assume that the camper has 4 jackets, 2 sleeping bags, and 11 different packages of food. An outfit consists of 2 jackets, 2 sleeping bags, and 7 packets of food. How many ways can the trip be outfitted?
  94. math

    Cashew nuts are sold at $15.00/kg. Walnuts are sold at $12.00/kg. What quantities of each nut would a store owner put into a 100-kg barrel so that it could be sold for $13.20/kg? ---------------- 15.00c+12.00w= 31.20 C+w= 100 Are these equations right?
  95. math,(fraction)

    Becky bought 25kg of sweets.she kept 1kg of sweets for her use and packed the remaining sweets equally into some packets to distribute among some children.each packet contained 1/2kg of sweets.if each child received one packet of sweets,how many children
  96. math

    When winter jackets are sold for $250 each, an outdoors store can sell 110 in a season. For every $25 nicrease in the price, the number sold drops by 10. If the total sales revenue is $22500, how many of these jackets were sold?
  97. math metric unit

    A box of hot cocoa packets has 30 grams of hot cocoa mix. How many boxes of mix can be made from 6 kilograms of hot cocoa mix.
  98. 4th grade math

    A box of hot cocoa packets has 30 grams of hot cocoa mix. how many boxes of mix can be made from 6 kilograms of hot cocoa mix
  99. math

    The plan for a new housing development call for the construction of a large number of residential homes.A marketing expert tells the owner that because of the poor location of development,20 of the houses which are sold will be sold at a loss.A financial
  100. math

    Alan wants to bake blueberry muffins and bran muffins for the school bake sale. For a tray of blueberry muffins, Alan uses mc017-1.jpg cup of oil and 2 eggs. For a tray of bran muffins, Alan uses mc017-2.jpg cup of oil and 1 egg. Alan has 4 cups of oil and