# how would solve this inequality 106>19p+6+6p

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1. ## Geometry

how would solve this inequality 106>19p+6+6p

asked by Sonshine on December 13, 2010
2. ## Algebra 2(check) cont..

1)solve the inequality -3(r-11)+15>_9 my answer = r

asked by erin on July 21, 2007
3. ## equations & inequalities

1.simplify this expression 4p+9+(-7p)+2=? a.3p+11 b.3p+7 {c.-3p+11} d.11p+11 2.solve this equation 4y+228=352 a.y=-31 {b.y=31} c.y=145 d.y=3 3.solve this inequality 3p-16

asked by cali on December 15, 2013
4. ## Algebra

1. Why does the inequality sign change when both sides of the inequality are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not? 2. Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the

asked by TRACY on November 22, 2010
5. ## Algebra

1. Why does the inequality sign change when both sides of the inequality are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not? 2. Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the

asked by TRACY on November 22, 2010
6. ## Pre-Algebra

Can someone please show me how to solve these problems step-by-step so that I can understand how to do them? 1.Use inverse operations to write a related inequality and solve for the variable: d/6 < 12 2.Use inverse operations to solve the inequality:

asked by mysterychicken on May 1, 2009
7. ## Physics

Two point charges are separated by 10.0 cm and have charges of 2.0 μC and -2 μC, respectively. What is the electric field at the point midway between the two charges? (k = 8.99 x 109 N.m2/C2) A. 28.8 x 10 6 B. 14.4 x 106 C. 7.19 x 106 D. 3.59 x 106 E.

asked by Anthony on February 24, 2011
8. ## Physics

Two point charges are separated by 10.0 cm and have charges of 2.0 μC and -2 μC, respectively. What is the electric field at the point midway between the two charges? (k = 8.99 x 109 N.m2/C2) A. 28.8 x 10 6 B. 14.4 x 106 C. 7.19 x 106 D. 3.59 x 106 E.

asked by Anthony on February 23, 2011
9. ## Algebra

The partners are given the literal inequality ax+b>c to solve for x. Joaquin says that he will solve it just like an equation. Serena says that he needs to be careful because if a is a negative number, the solution will be different. What do you say? What

asked by asuadg31 on October 27, 2017
10. ## algebra

Why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not? Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the multiplication and

asked by Anonymous on November 30, 2009
11. ## math

Why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Why or why not? Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the multiplication and

asked by Anonymous on September 28, 2009
12. ## algebra

Why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or divided by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? Explain why or why not? Write an inequality for your classmates to solve. In your inequality, use both the multiplication

asked by wade on January 3, 2012
13. ## pre algebra

1. Solve the equation. –9v – 5 = –95 (1 point) 17 11 10 –10 2. Solve the equation. x over four – 5 = –8 (1 point) –27 –12 –7 12 3. Solve the equation. p over five + 6 = 10 (1 point) 44 30 20 –20 4. Solve the equation. –2(m – 30) =

asked by help please on September 27, 2017
14. ## Chemistry

2A + B2 + C --> A2B + BC Run # Initial Rate (M-1s-1) (A)o (B)o (C)o 1 1.6 x 106 1.2 M 1. x 10-2 M 1.0 M 2 1.6 x 106 2.4 M 1. x 10-2 M 1.0 M 3 3.2 x 106 1.2 M 2. x 10-2 M 1.0 M 4 6.4 x 106 1.2 M 1. x 10-2 M 2.0 M What would be the rate-law expression of the

asked by Marcus on February 17, 2013
15. ## Math

Hey y’all! I don’t understand this and maybe you guys could help me cuz...ya know that’s what this sight is for...haha. This is the Solving One-Step Inequalities Practice assessment for Unit 5 lesson 9 Solving One-Step Inequalities for Connexus 6th

asked by Jane Doe on May 20, 2019
16. ## algebra II

14. Solve the inquality -3(r-11) + 15 equal or greater than 9. 15.Solve the inequality: -2 < 4z = 10 lessthan or equal to 12. 16. Solve the inequality 2x-5 less than or equal to 10 or 33 - 4x < 5 17. Solve the inequality 3 | m -4 | > 6

asked by PJ. on May 4, 2008
17. ## Math

1. Graph the solution of the inequality. x ≤ 3 2. The number of words x Tina can type per minute is at least 50. Write and graph an inequality to describe this situation. (1 point) x ≥ 50; x ≤ 50; x ≥ 50; x > 50; 3. Gavin needs to read at least 150

asked by Anonymous on November 16, 2016
18. ## math, thanx!

Describe in your own words how to solve a linear equation using the equality properties. Demonstrate the process with an example. Next, replace the equal sign in your example with an inequality by using the less than or greater than sign. Then solve the

asked by lilmissluck on January 14, 2011
19. ## algebra

Describe in your own words how to solve a linear equation using the equality properties. Demonstrate the process with an example. Next, replace the equal sign in your example with an inequality by using the less than or greater than sign. Then solve the

asked by John on June 27, 2011
20. ## Math

1. solve the equation. -9v - 5 = -95 A. 17 B. 11 C. 10 ** D. -10 2. Solve the equation. X/4 - 5 = -8 A. -27 B. -12 ** C. -7 D. 12 3. Solve the equation. d/3 + 10 = 7 A. 51 B. 20 ** C. 0 D. -9 4. Solve the equation. 2(2 - 2k) = -3k A. -4 B. 4 C. 6 D. 0 **

asked by Anonymous on December 18, 2018
21. ## 7th grade math Ms. Sue please

13. A baseball bat and 8 baseballs cost \$163.25. The bat costs \$106.45. What is the cost c of one baseball? (1 point) 163.25 – 8c = 106.45; \$33.71 8c + 106.45 = 163.25; \$7.10 8c + 163.25 = 106.45; \$7.10 8c – 106.45 = 163.25; \$33.71 14. Mark weighs 74

asked by Delilah on January 2, 2013
22. ## algebra 2

1. 5x+2>3x+10 =x>4 2. 8+2x< or equal too 6x-20 x> or equal too 7 3. 4(1-3n)-14>4(2n+3)-9n =? 4-12n-14>8n+12-9n 5. x/4-9 -p>-63 p or equal too 6 -t> or equal to 72 t< or equal too 72 9. -y36 10. define a variable, write an inequality, and solve each

asked by anonymous on September 22, 2014
23. ## algebra 2

the 2 unequalities -26

asked by hannah on October 31, 2013
24. ## Pre-Algebra

Solving it would give u x = -4...but I am not sure how you would graph that. You see, a linear inequality is an inequality that has one of the following four forms: Ax + By < C Ax + By > C Ax + By < C Ax + By > C PLZ!Somebody tell me the answer! PLZZZ!

asked by Raj on November 28, 2006
25. ## Math-college

Explanation of why the following statement is incorrect. (x + 3)(x -4) < 7, and explain why it is incorrect. To solve (x + 3)(x -4) < 7, start by setting (x + 3) = 7 and (x - 4) = 7. Now solve the inequality. Provide a detailed explanation of why using

asked by Mike on July 24, 2017
26. ## algebra

write the verbal sentence as an inequality and solve the inequality. (this has to do with absolute value inequalities) the distance between x and 8 is less than 14

asked by Bri on January 14, 2011
27. ## Math

Can I have help with this question? Write an inequality for the sentence. Then solve the inequality. Twelve less than a number is at most 7. A. x - 12

asked by Fusion on May 17, 2018
28. ## Algebra II

Solve the inequality:3{m-4}>6. The {} equals the inequality signs since I couldn't draw a line on the computer. Thanks.

asked by Lucy on October 23, 2007
29. ## algebra

Write and solve an inequality that represents the numbers that are not solutions of each inequality. a. x-7 less than or equal to -10

asked by caden on October 2, 2018
30. ## math

Please solve -2x+7>22 -2x+7-7>22-7 -2x>15 -2x/(-2)

asked by Anonymous on September 22, 2010
31. ## algebra

Solve the inequality, -3x - 2 < 5. Write the solution as an inequality with no spaces. You may leave the fraction in improper form.

asked by Joshua on January 23, 2011
32. ## math

Write an inequality to solve each problem.Then solve the inequality. 1. Marcus wants to buy baseballs.He has \$35. What is the most each baseball can cost? 2. Melinda charges \$4 per hour for babysitting. Mrs. Garden does not want to spend more than \$25 for

asked by thomas on March 5, 2014
33. ## Algebra

Solve the following linear inequality graphically. x+2y

asked by Graphing Help! on June 3, 2007
34. ## Algebra

Here is what I got to do : write an inequality for my classmates to solve. In my inequality, use both the multiplication and addition properties of inequalities; before I summit this to class I want to know if I did it right: 5(x + 8) -6 > 4(x + 6); 5x +

asked by A. W. on February 5, 2009
35. ## pre-algebra

Solve the inequality- j-7

asked by jill on March 7, 2007
36. ## Algebra II

Solve the inequality: 3[m-4]>6. []=the straight lines indicating inequality. Thanks for the assistance.

asked by Lucy on October 25, 2007
37. ## math

Write a compound inequality containing the word or solve and graph your inequality

asked by Erica McDonnell on October 5, 2018
38. ## algebra 2

The annual expenses of a manufacturing company must satisfy the inequality that follows, where x is in millions of dollars. 2(x-5)>6(x-3) A. Solve the inequality for x. Interpret the result.

asked by ricky help please on November 23, 2013
39. ## 6th grade math

Can you check these inequalities? 1. Chancellor is saving \$15 each week for at least n weeks to buy a skateboard that cost \$150. Write an inequality to represent this real life situation. Ans: 15n >= 150 2. Write an inequality to represent the possible

asked by Alexis on December 11, 2013
40. ## algebra 1

who is correct and why? chloe jonas 3

asked by naomi on December 17, 2012
41. ## Math2(Please help)

Directions:Solve and explain the inequality using words.Tell which wa shading goes. Problem: x+3=>2x+1 and -4x

asked by margie on April 10, 2007
42. ## algebra final, please help

Solve (x+17)(x-20)(x+8)>0 The solution set is (x )? Use at least one inequality or compound inequality to express your answer. For answers with more than one inequality, separate the inequalities by a comma or the word 'or'. Type R is the answer is all

asked by Becky on March 21, 2008
43. ## statistics

Starting with a population that is normally distributed with a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 12, answer the following questions (if possible). a. What is the probability of randomly drawing a single score between 100 and 106, p(100 < X < 106)? b.

asked by Daniel on October 15, 2011
44. ## Math

Solve the inequality by first rewriting it as an equivalent inequality without absolute value bars. Express solution set using interval notation. | x+3 | +8 is less than or equal to 14 Thanks so much for helping me!

asked by Chelsea on February 1, 2012
45. ## Please Math

8. p + 4 < –24 p < –20 p < 28 p < –28 p < 20 9.p/8 ≥ –5 p ≥ 40 p ≥ 3 p ≥ –13 p ≥ –40 10. –5p > –30 p > 6 p < 6 p > –35 p < 35 11. Which inequality matches the graph? 3x + 1 > 4 3x + 1 ≥ 4 3x + 1 < 4 3x + 1 ≤ 4 12. Which

asked by Hotline Bling on December 17, 2015
46. ## math

Joseph used the problem-solving strategy Work Backward to solve the inequality 2n+5

asked by kimie on November 20, 2015
47. ## Math

Hello peeps Could someone help me with this please. This is the problem: You have \$5 for lunch. You bought a turkey sandwich for 2.25. A. Write an inequality that represents how much more money you can spend. B. Solve your inequality Explain your answer.

asked by Pls help on May 19, 2018
48. ## math

Part A: Solve the inequality for x and explain if the solution is reasonable or not. Part B: Explain how each piece of the inequality corresponds with the situation. If the inequality is incorrect, explain why that/those part(s) of the inequality is/are

asked by alonzo on August 27, 2015
49. ## Math

Please help me answer this! At 1pm, two trains traveling towards each other leave from towns 312km apart. One train can travel at most 82 km/h, and the other train at most 74 km/h. What is the earliest possible time for the two trains to meet? For this

asked by will on February 10, 2009
50. ## Mathforme

5. 4x + 2 = x + 8. (1 point) x = 4 x = 3 x = 2 x = 1 Solve the inequality. 6. q – 12 ≥ –13 (1 point) q ≥ 1 q ≥ –1 q ≥ 25 q ≥ –25 7. 12p < 96 (1 point) p < 8 p < 108 p < 84 p < –8 8. < –18 (1 point) g < –23 g > –90 g > 90 g < 90 9.

asked by Anonymous on December 13, 2012
51. ## kbMath

5. 4x + 2 = x + 8. (1 point) x = 4 x = 3 x = 2 x = 1 Solve the inequality. 6. q – 12 ≥ –13 (1 point) q ≥ 1 q ≥ –1 q ≥ 25 q ≥ –25 7. 12p < 96 (1 point) p < 8 p < 108 p < 84 p < –8 8. < –18 (1 point) g < –23 g > –90 g > 90 g < 90 9.

asked by Anonymous on December 13, 2012
52. ## ALgerba 2

I would really appreciate help on these equations. 3. Devon tosses a horseshoe at a stake 30 feet away. The horseshoe lands no more than 3 feet from the stake. (a) Write an absolute value inequality that represents the range of distances that the horseshoe

asked by Peter on March 10, 2009
53. ## Math

Mr.jacobs budgeted \$1,200 for tiles. His sketch of the floor requires him to use 38 white tile. each white tile cost \$12. Write and solve an inequality to find the maximum amount he can spend on his brown tile. I'm not sure how to write and solve the

asked by Penelope on August 20, 2015
54. ## ALGEBRA 2

would really appreciate help on these equations. 3. Devon tosses a horseshoe at a stake 30 feet away. The horseshoe lands no more than 3 feet from the stake. (a) Write an absolute value inequality that represents the range of distances that the horseshoe

asked by Peter on March 10, 2009
55. ## math

can some one solve this Ex 1: -2x+7>22 -2x+7-7>22-7 -2x>15 -2x/(-2)22 16+7>22 23>22 It does make the inequality true so it looks as if I have solved correctly. So my solution is {x|x

asked by Anonymous on September 22, 2010
56. ## algebra 1A

why does the inequality sign change when both sides are multiplied or dived by a negative number? Does this happen with equations? why or why not? write an inequality & solve it use both the multiplication & addition properties of inequalities. Thnk you. I

asked by Anonymous 2 on September 28, 2009
57. ## Math

1) Solve: 8x ¨C (6x + 4) = 8 x = -2 2) -7x > 1/15 the solution set is: {x | x > -105} 3) Solve 5> -4x + 4 or 10 ¡Ü -4x +3 the solution to the inequality is: [-¡Þ, -7/4] U [-1/4,¡Þ] 4) Use < or > to make the statement true: -9 < 3 5) Graph the

asked by Algebra HELP!!! on November 5, 2008
58. ## Math!

Please Please Please help me! I'm really behind and need to get this done and i'm really confused. 1. 5h – 9 = –16 + 6h (1 point) 4 –7 7 10 2. 4x + 4 = 9x – 36 (1 point) –8 –7 8 –3 3. Which of the following equations has an infinite number of

asked by Marie on December 16, 2013
59. ## Math

1. 5h – 9 = –16 + 6h (1 point) 4 –7 7 10 2. 4x + 4 = 9x – 36 (1 point) –8 –7 8 –3 3. Which of the following equations has an infinite number of solutions? (1 point) 3x – 3 = –4x 2y + 4 – y = 16 7x + 5 = 4x + 5 + 3x 6y – 2 = 2(y – 1)

asked by plz help on January 11, 2013
60. ## 8th grade

need help thank-you translate the verbal phrase into an inequality, then solve the inequality and graph your solution, the product of 6 and the difference of 6x and 3 is less than or equal to the product of -2 and the sum of 4 and 8x

asked by Zach on December 7, 2009
61. ## math

Three consecutive even numbers have a sum between 84 and 96. a. Write an inequality to find the three numbers. Let n represent the smallest even number. b. Solve the inequality

asked by Emalee on October 13, 2010
62. ## pre-algebra

Solve the inequality- a/3>4 -2n 4 * 3 a>12 Do similar processes with the other inqualities. I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.

asked by Sarah on March 7, 2007
63. ## 8th grade math for Ms. Sue

How is an inequality different from an equation? Give a real-world scenario in which you would write an inequality rather than an equation. I don't know how to solve this or what the answer is. Please help!

asked by Destiny on December 26, 2012
64. ## Algebra

I don't get how you would know which way to shade the inequality when it's true or false. For example the inequality 2x+3y> 12 When I solve it it's y>-2/3x+4 But when I graph the line how would I know which side to shade?

asked by Emma on December 12, 2012
65. ## algebra 2

solve the inequality: -3(r-11)+15> 9 _ this is as far as Ive gotten. -3r+33+15> 9 _ subtract 33, subtract 15 from each side. Now when you divide by -3, you have to reverse the inequality sign. Your answer will be r

asked by erin on July 16, 2007
66. ## Algebra

Solve the system of inequalities. y 6 So I just want y alone. For the second inequality, I added 3x to both sides and got -2y> 3x+6. Then I divided both sides by -2. I got y> -3/2 - 3 Do I have to switch the inequality symbol or something?

asked by Casey on February 12, 2013
67. ## Algebra

Solve. (x+5)(x-3)(x+4) is greater than 0. Use at least one inequality or compound inequality to express your answer. Type R if the answer is in all real numbers.

asked by Mur on March 9, 2008
68. ## Math

Solve by eliminnation methods 2x-4y=5 2x-4y=6 solve the system by elimination method 5x+2y= -13 7x-3y=17 Solve x+64 Determine whether the given numbers are solutions of the inequality 8,-10,-18,-3 y-8>2y-3 Solve by the substitutioj method 2m+n=9 m-5n=10

asked by jay jay on July 14, 2008
69. ## Algebra

Solve the inequality 1. m - 7 < 6 2. x + 4.5 more than or equal to 5.5 3.p + 12 > 9 4. Translate the following statement into an inequality: Five less than a number is at least nine. x - 5 more than or equal to 9 Show me how you did the work please?

asked by Annie on November 19, 2014
70. ## Math

1. –9p – 17 = 10 (1 point) –3 16 18 –16 2. w over four – 4 = 3 (1 point) –4 28 3 11 3. d over three+ 10 = 7 (1 point) 51 20 0 –9 4. –2(m – 30) = –6m (1 point) –15 –13 –8 8 5. 3n + 2= 8 + 2n (1 point) 3 4 5 6 Simplify the

asked by plz help on January 18, 2013
71. ## PRE-ALGEBRA MRS.SUE PLEASE!!!!!!!!!

1. 5h – 9 = –16 + 6h (1 point) 4 –7 7 10 2. 4x + 4 = 9x – 36 (1 point) –8 –7 8 –3 3. Which of the following equations has an infinite number of solutions? (1 point) 3x – 3 = –4x 2y + 4 – y = 16 7x + 5 = 4x + 5 + 3x 6y – 2 = 2(y – 1)

asked by I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!! on December 18, 2014
72. ## PRE-ALGEBRA

1. 5h – 9 = –16 + 6h (1 point) 4 –7 7 10 2. 4x + 4 = 9x – 36 (1 point) –8 –7 8 –3 3. Which of the following equations has an infinite number of solutions? (1 point) 3x – 3 = –4x 2y + 4 – y = 16 7x + 5 = 4x + 5 + 3x 6y – 2 = 2(y – 1)

asked by I NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!! on December 18, 2014
73. ## 7th grade math Ms. Sue please

1. 5h – 9 = –16 + 6h (1 point) 4 –7 7 10 2. 4x + 4 = 9x – 36 (1 point) –8 –7 8 –3 3. Which of the following equations has an infinite number of solutions? (1 point) 3x – 3 = –4x 2y + 4 – y = 16 7x + 5 = 4x + 5 + 3x 6y – 2 = 2(y – 1)

asked by Delilah on December 18, 2012
74. ## Math ~CHECK MY WORK~

With stars are my answers. Please check them if they are wrong please tell me the right ones. Number 1 (the bottom one) I don't get it so please help me with that one please! 1) You have \$60 in your wallet and want to buy some new CDs. If the CDs are \$11

asked by Wendy on January 16, 2014
75. ## algebra3

which inequality is tge solution of 6x negative 3 greater than or = to 7 plus 4x? a.}x is greater than or =to negative 5 b.}x is greater than or= to 5 c.}x is less than or = to 5 d.}x is less than or = to negative 5 Your problem: 6x - 3 ≥ 7 + 4x Solve an

asked by Darius Graham on January 11, 2007
76. ## algebra 2

Define a variable and write an inequality. Then solve. A local summer basecall team plays 20 games each season. So far, they have won 9 games and lost 2. How many more games much they win this season to win at least 75% of all their games? i know that they

asked by anonymous on July 29, 2007
77. ## Algebra

For the first phase of the project, imagine you want to cover the backyard with decorative rock and plant some trees. You need 30 tons of rock to cover the area. If each ton costs \$60 and each tree is \$84, what is the maximum number of trees you can buy

asked by Kimmie on December 23, 2010
78. ## Algebra

Devin attempted to solve the inequality -2x+6>10 following the steps below: •subtract 6 from both sides of the inequality. •divide both sides of the inequality by -2. He finds that x>-2. Clearly explain why this is not a correct solution. In your

asked by Nicole on April 20, 2012
79. ## Algebra, Please Help!

Devin attempted to solve the inequality -2x+6>10 following the steps below: •subtract 6 from both sides of the inequality. •divide both sides of the inequality by -2. He finds that x>-2. Clearly explain why this is not a correct solution. In your

asked by Nicole on April 20, 2012
80. ## algebra

Suppose you measured the diameter of a tree trunk to be 5 cm. The actual diameter can vary by at most 0.4 cm, due to the error in measuring a non-flat surface. Write an absolute value inequality for the range of acceptable diameters and solve the

asked by shan on November 2, 2011
81. ## 8th grade math Ms. Sue

How is an inequality different from an equation? Give a real-world scenario in which you would write an inequality rather than an equation. I don't know how to solve this or what the answer is. Please help! You said: Denise has \$50 and wants to buy two new

asked by Destiny on December 26, 2012
82. ## math

Use an inequality to solve the problem. Be sure to show the inequality and all of your work. The area of a triangle must be at most 32.5 square inches. The base is 13 inches and the height is x inches. Find the possible values for x.

asked by Anonymous on March 14, 2011
83. ## Math[Please Help]

Solve the inequality x > 6x - 10 and write a description of the graph. Show all work Subtracting x from both sides does not change the inequality sign direction. 0 > 5x - 10 Add 10 to both sides 5x < 10 Divide both sides by 5. x < 2.

asked by Margie on February 24, 2007
84. ## math

Solve the inequality 1. m - 7 < 6 2. x + 4.5 more than or equal to 5.5 3.p + 12 > 9 4. Translate the following statement into an inequality: Five less than a number is at least nine. x - 5 more than or equal to 9

asked by fheeyhthne on January 28, 2016
85. ## math

Solve the inequality 1. m - 7 < 6 2. x + 4.5 more than or equal to 5.5 3.p + 12 > 9 4. Translate the following statement into an inequality: Five less than a number is at least nine. x - 5 more than or equal to 9

asked by fheeyhthne on January 28, 2016
86. ## geometric

I need help on this following problem: The length of a rectangle measures 1 cm less than its width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 106 cm. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. Now i have tried to solve this problem in multiple attempts as can be seen

asked by Bob Heffely on January 26, 2015
87. ## Algebra

I need help on this following problem: The length of a rectangle measures 1 cm less than its width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 106 cm. Find the dimensions of the rectangle. Now i have tried to solve this problem in multiple attempts as can be seen

asked by Anonymous on January 26, 2015
88. ## Algebra

Hiya. I have 7 expressions that I have been asked to simplify. I worked all of them out, and if you could, I'd like you to check my work for me. Here they are: 1. (x^2 + 3x - 9) + (-4x^2 + 2x - 3) My answer: -4x^4 + 5x - 12 2. (x - 2)(3x + 5) My answer:

asked by Kathy on February 20, 2014
89. ## statistics

A sample of 106 students, the researchers reported the following statistics...mean= 13.2 s=19.5 Explain why the distribution for these 106 students cannot be symmetric and given this, what % of 106 students fall within the x+/-2s? I understand it cannot be

asked by helpthedumbie on September 13, 2013
90. ## MATH

1~ a.) Solve a - 9 = 20 b.) Solve b - 9 > 20 c) How is solving the equation in part a similar to solving the inequality in part b? d.) How are the solutions different? 2~ Briana is allowed to watch no more than 5 hours of T.V a week. So far this week, she

asked by Wendy on January 17, 2014
91. ## Matrices Word Problem

The stopping distance of a car traveling 25mph is 61.7 feet, and for a car traveling 35 mph it is 106 feet. The stopping distance in feet can be described by the equation y = ax² +bx, where x is the speed in mph. (a) Find the values of a and b. (b)Use

asked by GetYourLeash on July 22, 2005
92. ## Math- Inequalities

Can I please ask how to do this math homework? Thank you so much! Max went to the amusement park with \$50 to spend. His ticket cost \$26.50. How much did he spend on souvenirs and snacks? (A: Write the inequality, B: Solve the inequality) A:

asked by Kate on February 12, 2019
93. ## Math

Mrs.Perry hires a landscaper that charges \$15 per hr. The landscaper says the total charge for the work done is \$120.00 Write an inequality to show h, the number of hours it took to do the work and solve the inequality.

asked by Amy on March 16, 2016
94. ## Algebra 2

-2/3x + 3

asked by Daren on January 22, 2007
95. ## algebra 2

An accountant is working on projections for his next assignment and finds that the cost to the company, C, can be expressed as |C-20,000|

asked by help on September 9, 2009
96. ## math

arianna's mom deposits \$80 in her lunch account. Lunch costs \$2.50 per day. Write and solve an inequality to determine when there will be less than \$20 in her account. I'm not sure how to set this up. would i subtract \$80 to add it back to \$20 on the other

asked by Reece on October 21, 2014
97. ## math

you have 3 hours to do your homework. you spend 45 min on math. you want to divide the time remaining equally along 4 subjects. write and solve the inequality to find the # of minutes you can spend on each subject. I know the answer is 33.75 but can you

asked by hunter on February 20, 2011
98. ## math

Can anyone help me with dq i week 2Post your response to the following: How do you know if a value is a solution for an inequality? How is this different from determining if a value is a solution to an equation? If you replace the equal sign of an equation

asked by Norma on July 29, 2010
99. ## algebra

1. You are planning to spend no more than \$10,000 and no less than \$8,000 on your landscaping project. a. Write an inequality that demonstrates how much money you will are willing to spend on the project. b. For the first phase of the project, imagine you

asked by Girlee on May 7, 2011
100. ## Algebra 2

I'm working on Lesson 6: Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities Algebra 2 A Unit 2: Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities and feel confident in my first few answers, but beyond that am lost. May I have some help? **=the answer I believe to be true

asked by Nina on September 23, 2017