
Programming
How do I declare how many boxes there are and how much per box with this information..... Write an IceCreamStation class in Java. An ice cream station sells ice cream cones, but needs to buy ice cream (by the pint) and cones (by the box) to make the ice
asked by Scotty on February 25, 2008 
Maths
An ice cream store sells 20 different flavors of ice cream and 3 different types of cones. How many different combinations of cone and ice cream flavor are possible, if customers are permitted to choose only one flavor of ice cream to be served in one of
asked by Pepa on December 9, 2012 
algebra
5.A) Kwame sells ice cream cones at the country fair. He has to rent the equipment for $29 and spend $0.43 on ingredients for each cone. How many ice cream cones must he sell at $1.10 each in order to make a profit? A)Wrie an inequality that represents how
asked by Samantha on February 16, 2009 
Algebra
1 supersized cone for $8 or 4 regularsized cones for $5. The large cone is has a radius of 5 inches and a height of 12 inches. Each of the 4 smaller cones have a radius of 2.5 inches and a height of 6 inches. Which holds more ice cream? the 1 big cone? or
asked by Anonymous on April 1, 2018 
geometry
An ice cream company manufactures and distributes ice cream cups and cones to grocery stores. The company sells the ice cream cups in packages of 12, 18, and 24 units, and the ice cream cones in packages of 14 and 21 units. Which of the following
asked by Peter on May 27, 2018 
Pre Algebra
I am doing an ice cream cone project for math on cones and had to figure out the surface area for them, but there is a question that is "how to the surface and lateral area of each relate?" my teacher said you will see a pattern but i dont. i.e. sa=
asked by Carrie on May 10, 2011 
math
An ice cream cone is 6m x 63cm√ in depth. How many ice cream cones would you need for 630 cm of ice cream?
asked by Shine on September 10, 2017 
Physics
An advertising firm has contacted your engineering firm to create a new advertisement for a local icecream stand. The owner of this stand wants to add rotating solid cones (painted to look like icecream cones, of course) to catch the eye of travelers.
asked by John on November 13, 2012 
Math
An ice cream store sells 30 different flavours of ice cream and it offers a choice of 3 different kinds of cones. In how many ways can we order a dozen twoscoop ice cream cones if any two of them in one order must differ at least by a flavor or by the
asked by Excel on April 9, 2015 
math
An ice cream store sells 30 different flavours of ice cream and it offers a choice of 3 different kinds of cones. In how many ways can we order a dozen twoscoop ice cream cones if any two of them in one order must differ at least by a flavor or by the
asked by Excel on April 9, 2015 
Math
An ice cream store sells 30 different flavours of ice cream and it offers a choice of 3 different kinds of cones. In how many ways can we order a dozen twoscoop ice cream cones if any two of them in one order must differ at least by a flavor or by the
asked by Excel on April 9, 2015 
Math
An ice cream store sells 30 different flavours of ice cream and it offers a choice of 3 different kinds of cones. In how many ways can we order a dozen twoscoop ice cream cones if any two of them in one order must differ at least by a flavor or by the
asked by Excel on April 19, 2015 
Math
An ice cream store sells 30 different flavours of ice cream and it offers a choice of 3 different kinds of cones. In how many ways can we order a dozen twoscoop ice cream cones if any two of them in one order must differ at least by a flavor or by the
asked by Excel on April 11, 2015 
math
If there are 36 different flavors of ice cream and two types of cones are available, how many choices for a single scoop of ice cream on some type of cone do you have?
asked by harold on December 14, 2009 
STATISTICS
If I go into an ice cream parlor, and I have the choice of having one of 10 different flavors , with one of 5 different toppings and one of 3 different types of cones, How many times can I come back to this place and get a different ice cream cone
asked by Jake on June 3, 2010 
statistics
If I go into an ice cream parlor, and I have the choice of having one of 10 different flavors , with one of 5 different toppings and one of 3 different types of cones, How many times can I come back to this place and get a different ice cream cone
asked by Anonymous on February 27, 2011 
math 12
A man bought two vanilla ice cream cones, three chocolate cones, four strawberry cones and one pistachio cone for his ten children. In how many ways can he distribute the flavors among the children?
asked by kitkat on November 16, 2010 
Math ( Word Problem )
Joel sells ice cream cones at the county fair. he has to rent the equipment for $49 and spend $.043 on ingredients for each one. How many ice cream cones must he sells at $1.10 each in order to make a profit? Write an inequality that represents how many
asked by Linda on October 25, 2011 
Calculus
Sarah is filling ice cream cones with shaving cream to hand out to trick or treaters. The cones have a largest radius of 3 centimeters and a depth of 13 centimeters. She fills them at a rate of 5 cubic centimeters per second. (She works carefully so that
asked by Ben on March 10, 2018 
Geometry
I'm not asking for the answer (I hate when people do that) I'd just like to know how to go about this so that I may understand. Any help is much appreciated. "A sphere of ice cream is placed onto your ice cream cone. Both have a diameter of __ cm. The
asked by Kayte on March 15, 2010 
Math
Ben decides to get an ice cream cone. He is going to choose two toppings out of an available six. Ben also has to choose between a plane cone or a waffle cone. If he chooses vanilla ice cream how many different combinations of toppings and cones does he
asked by Aidan on July 31, 2017 
math word problem
If there are 36 different flavors of ice cream and two types of cones are available, how many choices for a single scoop of ice cream on some type of cone do you have? Do i multiply the 2cones*36=72 single scoops
asked by Heaven on August 23, 2009 
math
An ice cream shop is changing the size of their ice cream cone. The volume of a cone is . How much will the ice cream cone hold if the radius is 4 inches and the height is 3 inches? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth place.
asked by chelsea brown on November 30, 2011 
Probability
The local ice cream stand offers three flavors of softserve ice cream: vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry: two types of cone: sugar and wafer: and three toppings: sprinkles, nuts, and cookie crumbs. If Dawn does not order vanilla ice cream, how many
asked by Camile on January 28, 2010 
Quantitative Reasoning (math)
One out of every five people who buys ice cream buy vanilla ice cream. If a store sells 125 ice cream cones in one day, about how many will be vanilla? I know how to solve the proportion once I set it up, but I cant figure out how to set it up
asked by Heather on September 10, 2014 
stats
An ice cream vendor sells three flavors: chocolate, strawberry, and vanilla. Forty five percent of the sales are chocolate, while 30% are strawberry, with the rest vanilla flavored. Sales are by the cone or the cup. The percentages of cones sales for
asked by cate on March 10, 2013 
Algebra 2
Palmer and teller go to the local ice cream parlor after work that offers 40 flavors of ice cream. Palmer wants a cone with chocolate mousse on top, cherry truffle in the middle, and double Dutch chocolate on the bottom. Teller wants a dish with
asked by Anonymous on July 10, 2013 
Algebra 2
Palmer and teller go to the local ice cream parlor after work that offers 40 flavors of ice cream. Palmer wants a cone with chocolate mousse on top, cherry truffle in the middle, and double Dutch chocolate on the bottom. Teller wants a dish with
asked by Anonymous on July 5, 2013 
Algebra 2...
Palmer and teller go to the local ice cream parlor after work that offers 40 flavors of ice cream. Palmer wants a cone with chocolate mousse on top, cherry truffle in the middle, and double Dutch chocolate on the bottom. Teller wants a dish with
asked by Anonymous on July 5, 2013 
Geometry (check my work)
A scoop of ice cream shape like a sphere with a diameter of 6 cm is placed on an ice cream cone the has a diameter of 5 cm and a height of 9 cm, show that the cone is or is not big enough to hold all of the ice cream when it melts ? Answer I said the cone
asked by Sue on May 3, 2016 
algebra 1
AN ICE CREAM SHOP OFFERS 8 FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM AND 5 CHOICES OF TOPPINGS. YOU CAN HAVE THE ICE CREAM IN A CUP, A PLAIN CONE, OR A SUGAR CONE. HOW MANY DIFFERENT COMBINATIONS OF A SINGLE FLAVOR, A SINGLE TOPPING, AND A CUP OR ONE OF THE TYPES OF CONE ARE
asked by Kiwi on January 6, 2009 
Math
an ice cream cone contains one spherical scoop of ice cream,the diameter of the scoop of ice cream is the same as the diameter of the cone. If the ice cream melts, will the cone overflow? Justify your answer. 4cm spherical scoop of ice cream diameter of
asked by Anonymous on October 19, 2014 
Math
The table shows the temperature (in degrees) for eight consecutive days as well as the respective number of ice cream cones an ice cream shop sold on each of these days. Temperature: 68, 77, 83, 85, 89, 94, 96, 99 number of cones: 403, 447, 457, 465, 489,
asked by kelseypooh on December 19, 2018 
algebra
At an ice cream parlor, ice cream cones cost $1.10 and sundaes cost $2.35. One day, the receipts for a totalof 172 cones and sundaes were $294.20. How many cones were sold?
asked by lindsey on December 1, 2011 
geometry
An ice cream server fills a cone, which is 15.7 cm high and 7.2 cm across, with ice cream. She then tops the cone with a nicely rounded halfscoop. On top of this she puts the second scoop. To the nearest cubic centimeter, how much ice cream did you
asked by Piggy on May 1, 2012 
math plz help ;;
Assuming that the cone is completely filled with ice cream, which of the following equations below could be used to calculate the total volume of ice cream in the cone (before you start eating it!)? On top of the cone is 18 as the bottom is 26.
asked by leo on June 1, 2016 
math
Max. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Max’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate exclusively How many different kinds of
asked by nana on August 3, 2010 
Algebra 2
an ice cream store has 31 flavors of ice cream and 10 toppings. A regular sundae has one flavor of ice cream, one topping, and comes with or without whipped cream. How many different ice cream sundaes can be ordered? I'm thinking 310 but how do i figure it
asked by Jon on December 15, 2007 
Economics
I picked the answer C for both questions. I still am not sure? Bencones 8 Benice cream 2 JerryCones 6 JerryIce Cream 4 According to the tables, Ben as a comparative advantage in: A) ice cream, and Jerry has an absolute advantage in both goods B) cones,
asked by G on May 6, 2008 
Ivy tech
if one out of every five people who buy ice cream buys vanilla ice cream. If a store sells 125 ice cream cones in one day, about how many will be vanilla?
asked by kathy on September 10, 2015 
Math
The table below shows the temperature in degrees for eight consecutive days as well as the respective number of ice cream cones an ice cream shop sold on each of these days temp tempurature= 68,77,83,85,89,94,96,99 number of
asked by School Rocks on December 19, 2017 
math
The volume of icecream in the cone is half the volume of the cone. The cone has a 3 cm radius and height of 14 cm. What is the depth of the icecream, correct to 2 decimal places? Answer = 11.11
asked by anonymous on February 22, 2018 
6th grade
1)Bradley is buying ice cream cones. a double scoop cone cost x dollars. A single scoop costs $0.50 less than a double csoop. A triple scoop cone costs twice as much a single scoop cone. Write an expression to represent the cost of 3 double scoop cones and
asked by roy on March 10, 2009 
Statistics
There are two types of ice cream cones, chocolate and vanilla. You and 24 of your friends (25 total people) are going to buy ice cream cones. If 15 people buy vanilla cones, and 20 people buy chocolate cones, how many people bought both chocolate and
asked by Mannie on May 6, 2017 
math
one out of every five people who buy ice cream buys vanilla ice cream. If a store sells 75 ice cream cones in one day, about how many will be vanilla
asked by Kim on March 3, 2013 
pre algebra
julian owns an ice cream perlor. for pricing purposes, he needs to know how much ice cream a waffle cone holds. the cone is 5 1/2 inches deep and has a diameter of 3 inches. what is the volume of the waffle cone? if necessary round to the nearest tenth.
asked by lavena on June 16, 2010 
ECO301
Give an example of a shift in consumer and producer surplus. How did it affect the market efficiency? Any nonsubsidized farm product is a good example. Consider the local orchardists who sell peaches. When the weather is perfect, there is an abundance of
asked by tracey on May 27, 2007 
math
The table below shows the temperature in degrees for eight consecutive days as well as the respective number of ice cream cones an ice cream shop sold on each of these days. what is the correlation coefficient of the set of data? tempurature=
asked by checkmywork on January 17, 2018 
Math
The table below shows the temperature (in degrees) for eight consecutive days as well as the respective number of ice cream cones an ice cream shop sold on each of these days. What is the correlation coefficient of the set of data? Round your answer to the
asked by Um on January 11, 2018 
math
exactly how many cubic inches of ice cream can an ice cream cone hold (within the cone) if its height is 6 inches and the radius of its base is 2.5 inches? include correct units with the solution. use "pi" in place of the pi symbol.
asked by jenna on July 3, 2011 
math
how many cubic inches of ice cream can an ice cream cone hold (within the cone) if its height is 7 inches and the diameter of its base is 3 inches? give solution accurate to the nearest hundredth.
asked by jenna on July 3, 2011 
Alg2
A video store has 8 new releases this week. Each is available on videotape and on DVD. How many ways can a customer choose a new release and a format to rent? answer here How many ways can six different books be arranged on a shelf if one of the books is a
asked by Rock on December 3, 2011 
Math
How many scoops of two flavors of ice cream will it take to make 88 different ice cream cones?
asked by Ragan on September 7, 2010 
Math
Cathy is ordering a scoop of ice cream. She can order a cup, a sugar cone, or a waffle cone. The ice cream flavors are vanilla, peach, strawberry, mint, and chocolate. How many different combinations can Cathy order?
asked by jean on November 17, 2008 
math please help imedietely
The icecream cone wrapper is having the flat side on the top and the point at the bottom. Draw the shape of this icecream cone wrapper when it is slit from the edge to the center point and flattend out. Please tell answer and explain
asked by Anonymous on November 29, 2012 
Math
A waffle cone has a width of 7.6 cm and height of 15.2cm and a chocolate coating that is 2mm thick. What is the volume of the chocolate coating? How many of these cones if they were filled up to the brim would be needed for 400 gallons of ice cream given 2
asked by CJ on February 14, 2011 
algebra
julian owns an ice cream parlor. for pricing purposes he need to kno how much ice cream a waffle cone holds. the cone is 5 1/2 inches deep and has a diamete of 3 inches. whatis the volume of the waffle come..round to the nearest tenth is neccesary
asked by alanaxoxo on June 21, 2010 
pre algebra¢¾
julian owns an ice cream parlor. for pricing purposes he need to kno how much ice cream a waffle cone holds. the cone is 5 1/2 inches deep and has a diamete of 3 inches. whatis the volume of the waffle come..round to the nearest tenth is neccesary
asked by lavena on June 21, 2010 
Math
Are the answers correct? A total of 25 people were asked if they prefer chocolate or vanilla ice cream with a regular ice cream cone. 15 chose vanilla with a regular cone, and 10 chose chocolate with a regular cone. What is the probability that someone
asked by Anonymous on March 13, 2019 
Math
An ice cream cone is 5 inches high and has an opening 3 inches in diameter. It is filled with ice cream and then given a spherical top. How much ice cream is there? The top part is 1/2 of a sphere.
asked by Ashley on April 8, 2016 
Math
How many cubic centimeters of ice cream can an ice cream cone (within the cone) hold if its height is 7 centimeters and the diameter of its base is 4 centimeters? Give solution accurate to the nearest hundredth. Include correct units with your solution
asked by Geena on May 11, 2011 
geometry
A spherical scoop of ice cream has radious 1.25 inches. The scoop is placed on top of a cone with radious of 1 inch and height of 5 inches. Is the cone large enough to hold all the ice cream if it melts? Show your calculations and explain your answer.
asked by Piggy on March 2, 2012 
writing equations
We did not find results for: Please help me do this problem: I need to write an expression for the cost of an ice cream cone and "t' number of toppings. The information is once scoop of ice cream for $3 and each topping is $1.
asked by scott on September 11, 2012 
7th gmath
An icecream shop offers a small size cone and a large size cone. The height of the large cone is 2 times the height of the small cone. The radius of the large cone is 2 times the radius of the small cone. Which statement is true about the volumes of the
asked by Cassidy on February 25, 2013 
calculus
Ice cream drips out of the bottom of an ice cream cone on a hot day at a rate of r(t) mL per second, as a child eats it slowly, where t is in seconds. If r(t) = 10 e^{k t}, complete the definite integral expressing the quantity of ice cream lost in the
asked by ricky on March 8, 2014 
Algebra
An ice cream shop has 19 flavors. You also have the choice of a sugar cone, waffle cone or cup. If a person orders two scoops of different flavor ice cream, how many possible orders are there, if you do not care about the order of flavors? I don't
asked by Autumn on October 1, 2016 
Math
Name a real life object that could be represented by a net . 1. Cone 2. Cylinder 3. Rectangular prism For a cone I think a ice cream cone
asked by Miles on March 7, 2011 
algebra
the ratio of chocolate cones to vanilla cones sold at an ice cream shop is 5:4 if 54 cones were sold how many were chocolate?
asked by Anonymous on August 14, 2012 
microeconomics
Just when you really, really want an ice cream cone, the price is rising. But it isn't summertime gouging by manfacturers. The cost of milk fat, the principal ingredient in ice cream, jumped 71% druing the past 6 months to 2.22 at the end of June. As a
asked by Kim on February 21, 2007 
microeconomics
Just when you really, really want an ice cream cone, the price is rising. But it isn't summertime gouging by manfacturers. The cost of milk fat, the principal ingredient in ice cream, jumped 71% druing the past 6 months to 2.22 at the end of June. As a
asked by Kim on February 21, 2007 
math
of the ice cream cones sold yesterday 1/2 was strawberry 1/10 was cookies and cream. what fraction of the ice cream sold was either strawberry or cookies and cream?
asked by Neicee on January 8, 2018 
math
Matt owns an ice cream shop and wants to know the volume of the sugar cones that he has in his shop. Find the approximate volume of the sugar cone if the radius is 4 cm and the height is 12 cm.
asked by ale on March 30, 2012 
Math
Sue bought an ice cream cone from Dairy Queen. The cone had a radius of 3cm and a height of 8cm. If I use the formula of (TT=3.14, r=radius, h=height) 2 V=1/3TTr h Is the answer 50.24 cm3? Any help is appreciated. If I'm not right could you tell/show me
asked by Kyle on October 27, 2014 
Marketing
You are interested in opening a SNOW BIZ snow cone shack. The SNOW BIZ company who wants to franchise this business to you has provided the following general information: Cost to make each snow cone: $0.25 ice, $0.05 plastic cone holder, $0.03 plastic
asked by Donny on April 30, 2012 
math213
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by brina on October 27, 2009 
college
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Anonymous on September 30, 2009 
math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by chris on February 3, 2010 
Math 213 Elementary Math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Shay on August 4, 2009 
Math 213 Elementary Math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Shay on August 5, 2009 
math213
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by brina on October 27, 2009 
Math 213 Elementary Math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Shay on August 5, 2009 
Math 213 Elementary Math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Shay on August 4, 2009 
Algebra 2
An icecream parlor sells sundaes with 3 different types of icecream and 4 different toppings. They have 8 flavors of icecream and 10 toppings for their customers to chose from.what is the probability that a customer orders a sundae including chocolate
asked by chels on May 24, 2012 
Algebra!
An ice cream parlor sells sundaes with 3 different type of ice cream and 4 different toppings. They have 8 flavors of ice cream and 10 toppings for their customers to choose from. What is the probability that a customer orders a sundae including vanilla
asked by OLIO :) on May 26, 2012 
Pure Maths
Two cones are similar in shape and the ratio of corresponding lengths is 3:5. (a) if the radius of the smaller cone is 12cm, find the radius of the larger cone. (b) if there is sufficient paint to paint 216 large cones, how many smaller cones can be
asked by Trissy on October 16, 2011 
biology
1.1 The gametophyte generation in a fern plant changes to the sporophyte generation by A.fertilisation B.melosis C.asexual reproduction D.fusion of spores the answer is A.fertilisation right? 1.2 the male cone differs from the female cone in the pine in
asked by john on April 19, 2015 
Algebra
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Stacy on September 29, 2009 
ice cream
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by dan on March 30, 2010 
Math
Suppose you have a friend named Ed. He and his four friends are having ice cream. There are only three flavors available at the ice cream store they are visiting: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry. One of Ed’s friends, Stacey, eats chocolate
asked by Terry on October 27, 2009 
math
Grandpa Mick opened a pint of ice crew. He gave his youngest grandchild 1/5 of the ice cream and his middle grandchild 1/4 of the remaining ice cream. Then, he gave his oldest grandchild 1/3 of the ice cream that was left after serving the others. Who got
asked by teresa on March 16, 2016 
Geometry
One right circular cone is set inside a larger circular cone. The cones share the same Axis, the same vertex, and the same height. Find the volume of the space between the cones of the diameter of the inside cone is 6in., the diameter of the outside cone
asked by danielle on May 6, 2013 
statistic
In order to attract customers, an ice cream company has started a STAR game. Any person who collects four stars gets a free family size bucket of ice cream. Suppose that the probability of an ice cream pack contains a star is 0.3 (an ice cream pack cannot
asked by anrt on October 24, 2011 
algebra/geometry
The Binary Ice Cream Shoppe sells two flavors, vanilla and chocolate. On Friday, the ratio of vanilla cones sold to chocolate sold was 2:3. if the store had sold 4 more vanilla cones, the ratio of the vanilla cones sold to chocolate cones sold would have
asked by abby on April 15, 2008 
Math
A minicone has a diameter of 2 inches at the widest point and holds 12.5 in3 of ice cream. A megacone holds 133.1 in3 of ice cream. What is the diameter of the megacone at its widest point?
asked by Kayla on July 9, 2012 
math
How many different singlescooped icecream you can have, if there is 6 flavors and 3 different cones?
asked by bella on October 26, 2016 
Business
The servers like Gary Frazier's busy ice cream shop decided that putting more ice cream in the Sundays and cones would bring back more customers. After three months, Gary was surprised to discover that has profit had… A dropped, along with his costs B
asked by Quick easy on July 30, 2016 
Economics
A newspaper story on the effect of higher milk prices on the market for ice cream contained the following: "as a result (of the increase in milk prices), retail prices for ice cream are up 4 percent from last year... and ice cream consumption is down 3
asked by Steven Davis on March 31, 2009 
Math
There are 256 students in this outstanding 7th grade class. How many scoops of ice cream would have to be used in each cone in order to make a different cone for each person?
asked by Tina on March 6, 2011 
math
Sheldon needs to buy 8 gallons of ice cream. Cold Farms price small size $2.50 for 1 pint large size $4.50 for 1 quart Cone Dreams price of small size $4.25 large size $9.50 for 1 gallon Which size container of Cold Farm ice cream is the better deal?
asked by Sam on December 14, 2014 
math
A ice cream seller sells five flavours of ice creams. How many combinations of 3 scoops of cones are possible. Hint repition of flavours is allowed
asked by Anonymous on June 5, 2015
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