
math
A bake sale sells cupcakes and cookies. One day they sell: up to 50 cupcakes up to 60 cookies no more than a total of 90 cupcakes and cookies. Let x be the number of cupcakes sold. Let y be the number of cookies sold. a. Show the region that satisfies
asked by Ayan on November 30, 2017 
maths
mrs chan baked some cupcakes. She gave 1/6 of the cupcakes to her neighbour and 7/10 of this remaining cupcakes to her sister. If she had 12 cupcakes left, how many cupcakes did she bake together?
asked by sheila on July 22, 2016 
math
the yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. LArge cupcakes are sold for 1.25 and small cupcakes are .75. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of 109.75, how many large cupcakes did the yearbook club sell?
asked by Help on November 26, 2014 
Math
The yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. Large cupcakes are sold for $1.25 each and small cupcakes are sold for $0.75 each. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of $109.75, how many large cupcakes did the
asked by Kaai97 on January 11, 2016 
Math
One table at a bake sale has 75 oatmeal cookies.Another table has 60 lemon cupcakes. Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed? Explain.
asked by Anonymous on September 29, 2014 
Math
One table at a bake sale has 75 oatmeal cookies . Another table has 60 lemon cupcakes . Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed ? Explain .
asked by Hypo step on August 26, 2016 
Math
One table at a bake sale has 75 cookies.Another table has 60 cupcakes.Witch table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed?Explain
asked by Makayla on October 9, 2018 
Math
The yearbook club is having a bake sale to raise money for the senior class. Large cupcakes are sold for $1.25 each and small cupcakes are sold for $0.75 each. If 105 cupcakes were sold for a total amount of $109.75, how many large cupcakes did the
asked by Eva on December 7, 2017 
Math
One table at a bake sale has 75 cookies. Another table has 60 cupcakes. Which table allows for more rectangular arrangements when all the cookies and cupcakes are displayed? Explain
asked by Anthony on September 29, 2015 
math
Sarah baked 78 cupcakes for the bake sale. Gabby baked 45 cupcakes for the bake sale. 93 cupcakes were sold at the bake sale. Which is a way to find the number of cupcakes NOT sold? A.Add 78,45,and 93. B. Find the sum of 78 and 45. Then subtract 93. C.
asked by Tommy on September 8, 2016 
Algebra
Can you please help with this question: The cheerleaders are having a bake sale to raise funds for new uniforms. The group sell cupcakes for $3 each and make a profit of $840 from the sales. If X represents the number of cupcakes the cheerleaders sold and
asked by Anonymous on December 15, 2016 
Algebra 1 Word Problem (Reiny)
How am I supposed to solve and construct a graph for this problem? 1. Sandy makes $2 profit on every cup of lemonade that she sells and $1 on every cupcake that she sells. Sandy wants to sell at least 5 cups of lemonade and at least 5 cupcakes per day. She
asked by Anonymous on January 17, 2014 
Algebra 1 Word Problem (Reiny)
How am I supposed to solve this? "Sandy makes $2 profit on every cup of lemonade that she sells and $1 on every cupcake that she sells. Sandy wants to sell at least 5 cups of lemonade and at least 5 cupcakes per day. She wants to earn at least $25 per day.
asked by Anonymous on January 16, 2014 
4TH GRADE MATH
MS T BOUGHT CUPCAKES FOR HER 3RD GRADE CLASS. MS. CASA BOUGHT TWICE AS MANY CUPCAKES AS MS T, AND 4 TIMES AS MANY CUPCAKES AS MS. G. MS. G BOUGHT 241 CUP CAKES. A. HOW MANY CUPCAKES DID MS T BUY? B. MS.. B CAME LATE TO THE PARTY AND HALF OF THE CUPCAKES
asked by DARRYL on February 26, 2014 
Algebra
Please check my answers I don't need for you to give me answers just say yes or no if they are all correct TY 1. X6=8 A. X=2 B. x=2 C. X=14 D. X=14🔹🔹🔹 4. 2c=18 A. c=9🔹🔹🔹? B. c=36 C. c=9 D. c=36 5. 2/3x=6 A. x=9🔹🔹🔹 B. x=4
asked by Ms.pux on September 30, 2016 
word problem
Ieda bakes 73 cupcakes and accidentally drops 5 of them. She divides them equally into 13 containers for a bake sale for the school band. How many cupcakes does Ieda have left?
asked by none on March 3, 2015 
Math
A and B had an equal numbers of cupcakes at first. After B bought twice as many cupcakes as he had at first and A gave away 26 cupcakes, B had 6 times as many cupcakes as A. How many cupcakes did A have at first?
asked by Qi on April 2, 2014 
maths
Please help! At a cup cake baking competition, Alan baked 55 fewer cupcakes than Tom while Sally baked twice as many cupcakes as what Alan and Tom baked together. If the three of them baked a total of 1125 cupcakes, how many cupcakes did Tom bake? Many
asked by BRYAN on July 1, 2012 
math
Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly
asked by ... on June 1, 2018 
math
Julie baked cupcakes for her family at home and for a party at school. She iced 4 cupcakes with red frosting, 2 cupcakes with orange frosting, 2 with yellow, 2 with green, 3 with blue and the last 3 with violet frosting. Each cupcake is iced with exactly
asked by ._. on June 16, 2018 
Algebra 1
Carlos is having a bake sale, he begins with one tray of brownies. [cut into 15 pieces] and 18 cookies. He sells 1/3 of the brownies, and 1/6 of the cookies. He is then given a box of 12 tasty cakes to sell. He sells 3/4 of the box, how much of each food
asked by Dawn on September 5, 2012 
math
Write an expression for each conversion. A cupcake shop sells an average of 14 dozen cupcakes a day to about 50 customers. What is their average sales rate in cupcakes per customer?
asked by Tori on December 8, 2017 
Math
Janna is creating a multitiered cupcake display for a party. She plans on having 16 cupcakes on each tier. There is a 1inch space between all cupcakes. The cupcakes have a uniform width [diameter] of 3 inches. Each tier will display the cupcakes in
asked by Kelly on April 12, 2012 
fractions
There are 15 cupcakes 5 cupcakes are chocolate what fraction of the cupcakes are choclate
asked by billie on March 20, 2010 
Math
2 cups of sugar is needed for 12 cupcakes. How many cups of sugar for 4 cupcakes? I can figure out how many for 24 cupcakes and 6 cupcakes but not the 4 or 9 cupcakes.
asked by Angie on May 9, 2017 
algebra
Cupcakes cost $1.50 each to produce with fixed cost of $50. a) Express the cost C, of producing the cupcakes as a linear function of x cupcakes produced. b)Find the average cost, C=C/x and simplify appropriately. c) What is the horizontal asymptote of C?
asked by Bryan on April 16, 2012 
algebra
Cupcakes cost $1.50 each to produce with fixed cost of $50. Express the cost C, of producing the cupcakes as a linear function of x cupcakes produced.
asked by Anonymous on April 16, 2012 
maths
annie bakes some cupcakes for her children. If she gives each child 8 cupcakes,she will have 2 cupcakes left.If she gives each child 9 cupcakes, she will need another 2 cupcakes. How many children does annie have? 82= 6 6 divide 2= 3 92= 8 8 x 3= 24 24
asked by sarah on October 16, 2016 
5th grade math
How do I solve this problem. Should I multiply. Ms. Hodge is baking cupcakes. She uses 3/4 cups of sugar for each batch of cupcakes. she bakes 5 batches of cupcakes. How many cups of sugar did she use
asked by Desmond on January 5, 2016 
math
How do I determine how many cupcakes to bring for 28 students, using a 14 batch recipe to give each kid 3 cupcakes
asked by Anonymous on March 25, 2011 
math
cara baked 16 cupcakes..she gave tracy one fourth of what she had left .how many cupcakes does she have now explain how you know the answer
asked by nicole on September 10, 2013 
arithmetic
Kate ate 1/3 of the cookies she made for the bake sale. IF she ate 12 cookies, how much will she make if she sells wach remaining cookie for $0.15 each?
asked by Gioanna on February 4, 2012 
Math
Fay bakes 32 cupcakes. She puts them in a box that has 5rows , with 5cupcakes in each row . How many cupcakes do not fit in the box? The answer: 5*5=25
asked by Nawaf on November 24, 2013 
math
Max is having a party with 38 people. He wants enough cupcakes to feed everyo.ne. If cupcakes are sold in packs of 6, how many packs will he need to buy? Put the answer in a complete sentence.
asked by Alvin on May 4, 2010 
Math
I don't get this: Arya makes cupcakes at a bakery. She needs 2 cups of sugar for every 3 cups of flour. She needs 5 cups of flour to make a day's worth of cupcakes. How many cups of sugar will she need? (Round your answer to the nearest tenth.) Can you
asked by Anonymous on March 27, 2017 
Math
Flora traveled 795miles from Dalls to Atlanta . then she traveled 841miles from Atlanta to new york . About how many miles did Flora travel in all? Answer,, 795+841=1636 The answer ,,,add or multipiy. 2/ A square box holds 49 teniss balls. What
asked by Joji on November 23, 2013 
Math
Ben has 4 people in his family. They have 6 cupcakes left to eat. How many cupcakes will each person get to eat?
asked by Isaiah Shields on April 30, 2009 
Math
Cathy made 25 cupcakes for the friends at her party. If only 4/5 of her friends showed up, how many cupcakes does she have left?
asked by Kim on February 26, 2013 
math
The cheerleading squad is having a bake sale. They want to bake at least 120 cookies. They made 12 cookies the first hour and 24 cookies the second hour. a)Write an inequality that describes the scenario. Let Variable h represent the number of hours that
asked by XenaGonzalez on October 18, 2015 
math
Christopher made three and one fourth dozen cupcakes . He added vanilla icing to one third and chocolate to the rest . How many cupcakes in dozen have chocalote icing ? I need answer and show work pls
asked by Hannah on March 3, 2015 
6th grade math
Can you check these, please(studying order of operations). 1. Sam bought two CDs for $13 each. Sales tax for both CDs was $3. Write an expression to show how much Sam paid in all. Ans: 13*2+3 2. Alicia made 24 chocolate chip cookies and 36 sugar cookies.
asked by Alex on October 22, 2013 
Math
Eliza and Jamie are making cupcakes for a bake sale at school. Eliza need 2one third c of flour for her recipe and Jamie needs 1three fourths c for her recipe. They have 4 c of flour. Do they have enough flour for both recipes? Explain.
asked by Bell on December 10, 2012 
8th grade math question..
Lashonda found a recipe that makes 2 1/2 dozen cupcakes and requires 1/4 cup of vegetable oil. If she makes 90 cupcakes for a family reunion picnic, how much vegetable oil will she need?
asked by DerpyPegasus33 on November 27, 2014 
Math
Each morning, the baker gets up early to bake products for the shop to sell throughout the day. He likes to have 36 boxes of each item available in the shop. How much of each item will he need to bake? (Remember to use equations with a letter standing for
asked by Paul on November 12, 2015 
maths
At a school Christmas party, the entire school population was treated. 60 boxes each containing 30 cupcakes were ordered. Each class received 2 boxes in equal distribution. 3 cupcakes were given to each child. What was the total population of the school ,
asked by indira on April 18, 2018 
Math grade 56
The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has onehalf chocolate icing and onehalf vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred
asked by Lemi on November 10, 2015 
Math grade 5
The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has onehalf chocolate icing and onehalf vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred
asked by Lemi on November 10, 2015 
Math grade 5
The New York Subway Bakery is famous for selling large "black and white cookies." The top of each cookie has onehalf chocolate icing and onehalf vanilla icing. Mario, the baker, bakes at night after the customers leave. Mario wants to bake two hundred
asked by Lemi on November 10, 2015 
School
There are 7 cupcakes for the party. Each cupcake has 1 candle for each year of the birthday boy's age. There is also an extra candle on each cupcake for good luck. If 49 candles were used on the cupcakes, how old is the birthday boy? Explain.
asked by Robbie on January 5, 2013 
Math
There are 7 cupcakes for the party. Each cupcake has 1 candle for each year of the boy's birthday age. There is also an extra candle on each cupcake for good luck. If 49 candles were used on the cupcakes, how old is the birthday boy? Explain.
asked by Alexia on January 7, 2015 
Maths P5
Daniel, Susan and Rick bought some cookies to sell. The cookies were sold at 6 for $2. Daniel sold 1/4 of the cookies. Susan sold 2/7 as many cookies as Rick. Daniel and Susan sold a total of 120 cookies. a)How many cookies did they sell altogether? b)How
asked by jo on August 21, 2011 
Math
Federico needs to frost 36 cupcakes for a party. He has already frosted 23 cupcakes and wants to know how many more he has to frost. He writes the following two equations to represent the problem, but does not know which equation is correct: 23 + c = 36 36
asked by Lee on April 25, 2016 
Math
Federico needs to frost 36 cupcakes for a party. He has already frosted 23 cupcakes and wants to know how many more he has to frost. He writes the following two equations to represent the problem, but does not know which equation is correct: 23 + c = 36 36
asked by John smith on April 25, 2016 
Math
What does the greater common factor, in this case 12, represent in terms of cupcakes. It means that I have 3 boxes with 4 cupcakes in each box. I am representing 2x2x3. I drew 3 boxes each box is representing 2x2. The three boxes represent the 3
asked by Carina on October 16, 2016 
math
Mary is baking cookies for her school bake sale. For every 5 chocolate chip cookies she makes 2 oatmeal raisin cookies. If she keeps this ratio, and bakes 84 cookies total, what will be the ratio of chocolate chip cookies to oatmeal raisin cookies?
asked by Anonymous on October 10, 2013 
Math
Sandra baked 2 dozen cupcakes. She frosted one half with pink icing. One eighth she covered with yellow icing. The rest were chocolate. How many cupcakes were chocolate? How did you get the answer 24/2=12 pink 24/8=3 yellow 3+12=15 2415=9 chocolate 9
asked by Shannon on April 30, 2007 
Math
A reatil outlet is having a clearance sale on all the shoes in its inventory over a period of four days. On the first day it sells 1/4 of its inventory, on the second day it sells 1/2 of the remaining inventory , and on the third day it sells 1/6 of the
asked by Max on July 26, 2017 
algebra
Suppose you are making lunches with a salami, roast beef, turkey, or ham sandwich, a bag of chips or pretzels, and cookies, brownies, or cupcakes. How many different lunches can be made?
asked by Meredith Grey on March 25, 2015 
Math
I don't know how to make an equation for this? Vanilla cookies $5/ box Chocolate cookies $3/box Mint cookies $2/box Mary was selling girl guide cookies. She sold twice as many vanilla cookies as she did chocolate cookies. She sold 75 more boxes of mint
asked by Peridot on April 30, 2017 
algebra
In your industrial oven, you bake two cooking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. Yesterday the bakery earned $797.30 just from the sale of the cookis. Write and solve an
asked by C on April 3, 2008 
English
Emma thought and she thought: How can I make people notice me? Then, Emma's two twin nieces ran in the kitchen and asked Emma to make a batch of cookies for their class. She did, and the next day at the bake sale, lots of children and parents were buying
asked by Anonymous on March 15, 2014 
Math
5) a baby frog weighed 4.3 grams. After a month it was 3.37 times as heavy, how much did the frog weigh after a month? Answer: 14.491 6) A full container of industrial cleaning solution had 4.74 litres of liquid. If the container was only 0.9 full, how
asked by Alena on October 26, 2015 
Math
Miles stared with 10 brownies each day to sell at a bake sale. He sold 3/4 of brownies on Saturday and 0.8 of the brownies on Saturday. On which day did he sell more brownies?
asked by Anonymous on October 14, 2013 
math
shirley is making 4 dozen cookies for a bake sale .she does not want to spend more than $9 making the cookies. write and solve an inequality to find the maximum cost per dozen cookies.let c represents the maximum cost per dozen cookies.
asked by lakshmi on April 7, 2016 
Math 9th
I've been trying to figure this one out all day. I have to use either substitution or elimination to solve a system for how many cookies and brownies two kids sold at a bake sale. The system is: c+b=600 $.35c+$.75b=$360 (obivously, c is the amount of
asked by Kat on January 23, 2009 
Language translation
Can anyone please help me translate to chinese? Last May 10, 2019, Huawei made their Moms Proud by celebrating Mother’s Day early. Flower Walls were installed to different building lobbies to add beautiful background o the selfies and group photos of the
asked by betty on May 14, 2019 
Algebra
Josh and Racquel sold cookies and brownies at the math club bake sale. The cookies cost $0.47 each, and the brownies cost $0.60 each. They sold a total of 603 items (cookies and brownies) and raised $323.84 Write a system of equations and determine the
asked by Katy on March 25, 2012 
Im very confusedmath
Brandon is baking cookies for a school bake sale. If he can make 2 dozen cookies in 23 minutes which is a reasonable estimate of the amount of time it will take him to make 12 dozen cookies? A) between 4 and 5 hours B) between 3 and 4 hours C) between 2
asked by Anonymous on February 16, 2018 
Algebra
If you make a bunch of cookies, and ten of your friends wanted some cookies. There are, in total, 5 dozen (60) cookies. Each dozen is a different kind; chocolate chip, oatmeal, nobake, peanutbutter, and gingerbread. If you put all 60 cookies in a tin,
asked by probability on April 28, 2015 
Math Statistics
Czarina is working part time at a pastry shop baking cupcakes. If she works for 30 hour in one week on the average, how many hours a day does she work?
asked by Amelia on October 19, 2012 
Math  Averages
Deanna is selling Gal Scout cookies. Her goal is to sell an average of $90 worth of cookies each day for the next 10 days. If each box of cookies costs $2.25, and she sold an average of 44 boxes a day for the first 6 days, how many boxes must she sell, on
asked by Venus on September 10, 2013 
Math
Emily hired a new employee to work in your bake shop. In one hour the employe burned 660 chocolate chip cookies. If this presented 13% of the days production, how many cookies did you plan on producing that day
asked by Muhammad on January 4, 2018 
math
during a bake sale 1 1\2 dozen cookies were sold in 1\3 hour. what is the unit rate for the dozens of cookies sold per hour
asked by mikki on March 19, 2019 
math: problem solving
During a storewide sale, a TV which usually sells for $450 is on sale for $360. A Stereo which usually sells for $600 is on sale for $480. What would be the sale price of a VCR which usually sells for $500?
asked by Brooke on April 9, 2008 
Problem Solving
During a storewide sale, a TV which usually sells for $450 is on sale for $360. A Stereo which usually sells for $600 is on sale for $480. What would be the sale price of a VCR which usually sells for $500?
asked by Cris on October 9, 2011 
Algebra
1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
asked by Math Help? Please on March 14, 2014 
Algebra
1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
asked by Adrian Gunter on March 13, 2014 
Algebra
1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 2) of the 125 students in an
asked by Math Help? Please on March 15, 2014 
Algebra
1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 4) The cheerleading squad is
asked by Help me?? 3 questions on March 20, 2014 
Algebra
1) There are two pet stores in zacharys town. There are dogs, cats, and hamsters at the first pet store. The second store has dogs, rabbits, and fish. Write a set that represents all of the different pets stores in the town. 4) The cheerleading squad is
asked by Help me?? 3 questions on March 21, 2014 
social studies
A baker in Arkansas wants to sell expensive cakes she has already determined the tools and resources she will need to produce them which of the following list answers the third basic economic question for her business A. Her Bakery would be allocated in an
asked by Origami Killer on March 26, 2019 
Chemistry
1. I am making holiday cookies and the recipe says that it will make 48 cookies. After eating some raw cookie dough I bake the remainder into cookies and am able to make 44 cookies. what is the percent yield?
asked by ImNotThatSmartOk on November 29, 2017 
Algerbra 1
3. In your industrial oven, you bake two baking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. a. Write an expression that illustrates the total cost of all baked goods in the scenario
asked by Connie on November 16, 2011 
Algerbra 1
. In your industrial oven, you bake two baking sheets with 12 scones each, two baking sheets with 20 cookies each, and one baking sheet with 2 scones and 10 cookies. a. Write an expression that illustrates the total cost of all baked goods in the scenario
asked by Connie on November 17, 2011 
math
The school had a bake sale to raise money. A group of 11 students bought either chocolate chip cookies for $.40 each or brownies for $.50 each. The total amount they spent was $5.10. How many chocolate chip cookies and brownies did they buy?
asked by Michael Florent on October 2, 2012 
Math
Czarina is working part time at a pastry shop baking cupcakes. If she works for 30 hours in one week on the average, how many hours a day does she work?
asked by Molly on October 17, 2012 
HOW COME NO1 IS ANSWERING MY QUESTION.?
I know people are volunteering freely but I really need help! Have patience. Some of us have girl scouts and we have to be at the booths to sell cookies. Go buy some cookies while you wait. Girl Scout cookie sale is over in three weeks, don't let is slip
asked by margie on January 28, 2007 
5th grade algebra word problem
Ron made cookies for the fair. His sister made candy. Four cookies were packaged together, and 6 pieces of candy were packaged together. There were 6 more packages of packages of candy. Write an expression for the number of packages of cookies.____. Then
asked by Kathy on September 7, 2010 
math help please
Miranda baked 48 muffins to sell at the school bake sale. She sold 2/3 of the muffins and gave the rest to her friends to eat. How many muffins did she sell?
asked by erika on January 12, 2016 
math
I have 209.2 cups of cupcake batter in a bowl. If each cupcake uses 4 cups of batter, how many cupcakes can be made? How many times bigger do the divisor and dividend need to be in order to solve this problem? I divided 209.2 by 4 and got an answer of 52.3
asked by Ayla on November 2, 2016 
prealgebra
at a scxhool bake sale ,450$ was collected for selling muffins,brownies,and jumbo cookies.the cost of one any item was 2 buycks. 3 times as many brownies were as sold as muffins. 5 times as many cookies were sold as many cookies were sold as muffins. how
asked by kattie on January 4, 2011 
Math
Yuki made cookies on Monday. Some friends came over and ate half the cookies on Tuesday. on Wednesday, Yuki ate three cookies, and on Thursday, she took two cookies to school. By Friday, Yuki had seven cookies left. How many did she bake on Monday? Thank
asked by pretty on January 17, 2011 
Math7
Yuki made cookies on Monday. Some friends came over and ate half the cookies on Tuesday. On wednesday,Yuki ate three cookies, and on Thursday, she took two cookies to school. By Friday, Yuki had seven cookies left. How many did she bake on Monday? Please i
asked by Miley on February 7, 2011 
Math
The following chart is printed on a package of cookie mix. Number of cookies: 24 Amount of mix: 2 1/2 cups Amount of milk: 1 1/4 cups Marina wants to make six dozen cookies for the school bake sale. How much mix and milk does she need?
asked by Noor on March 24, 2018 
Math
You and your roommate have timed the necessary physical operations. The ﬁrst physical production step is to wash out the mixing bowl from the previous batch, add all of the ingredients, and mix them in your food processor. The mixing bowls hold
asked by Leslie on August 29, 2011 
math
Julian baked m cookies. Each baking pan holds 12 cookies. How many baking pans were needed to bake the cookies? Please help I need a complete answer!!!
asked by Alicia on December 5, 2011 
spanish
What does this mean? "Mira y no invitas a comer cupcakes contigo"
asked by Jared on February 9, 2012 
A=A==
how much frosting does it take to frost 24 cupcakes? Assume a cupcake has a 1 inch radius.
asked by Anonymous on January 28, 2014 
Pre Algebra
A baker can prepare 2 1/2 dozen cupcakes in 1/4 hour. what is the unit rate?
asked by Molly on April 6, 2017 
algebra
Sandy’s Sweatshirt Shop sells college sweatshirts. White sweatshirts sell for $18.95 each and red ones sell for $19.50 each. If receipts for the sale of 30 sweatshirts total $572.90, how many of each color did the shop sell?
asked by Socorro on March 25, 2010
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