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    Glenda bought z containers of laundry detergent at $9 each. She gave the cashier $50. a. Find the change Glenda received in terms of z. b. If z = 3, how much change did Glenda receive?

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    Which is more 0.33 or 0.333?

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    abel belle, and cindy have $408 altogether. belle has $7 more than cindy $5 more than abel how much does abel have

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    what is the best estimate for the product of 289 and 7


    John placed 128 beads in equal rows to make an art project. His friend Mark used 125 beads to make a similar project. Is it possible for their projects to contain the same number of beads in a row? Please show and explain the answer.

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    What fraction of a square mile is a field that is 1/2 mile long and 1/4 mile wide? How do you figure this?

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    adam read a 360 page book in 3 days. he read twice as many pages on the middle day as he did on the first day or last day. How many pages did he read on the LAST day.

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    explain how did you decide on the number of zeros in the product.

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    At a supermarket, pineapple juice sells at $1 per pint (16 ounces). Greg wants to buy eighteen 40-ounce cans of pineapple juice from the supermarket. How much dose he have to pay altogether?

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    how do i write a real-world problem where you would have to multiply 120 and 75

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    how many square feet are needed to cover one square yard? would it be 108 sq ft also would .26 rounded to the nearest hundredth be .30

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    Can you show a data with the following landmarks mode 15 minimum 5 median 10 maximum 20 use at least 10 numbers please show a bar graph with answer

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    i am a number greater than 40,000 and less than 60,000 my ones digit and tens digits are the same. my ten thousands digit is 1 less tha 3 times the sum of my ones digit and tens digit my thousands digit is half my hundred digit, and the sum of those two

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    I'm not sure how to answer this. Select two fractions whose sum is 3/4 and whose denominators are both the same but not equal to 4

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    It takes Marty 1 1/4 hours to get ready for school. If 1/5 of that time is used to shower, what fraction of an hour does it take him to shower? 1/4answer

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    In the multiplication problem at the right different letters stand for different digits, and ABC and DBC each represent a three digit number. What number does DBC represent? Two answer possible; give one

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    A class consist of half as many boys as girls, if there are 14 boys how many girls are there

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    How many possible combinations for an 8-digit binary number are there? How did you get this an answer?

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    two numbers are reciprocals of each other and one of them is four times as large as the other. what are the two numbers?

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    a sticker costs 15 cents, and a packet of similiar stickers cost $1. clement buys 37 stickers. what is the least amount of money that clement spends on the stickers

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    insert parentheses to make each statement true: 3x9+18+36/9=33 No way i do this do i get 33. One way I get 31.5 the other way I get 9. I don't think this is a good equation to =33.

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    Kallisto built a rectangular sign that measured 2 3/4 feet in length by 1 1/2 feet in width. To find the area, multiply the length and width. what is the area of the sign in square feet? Write an equation to solve. 2 3/4 1 1/2 +2 3/4 1 1/2 =11/1/2 ------

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    A recipe call for the following ingredients: 3c flour 1/2t salt 3/4c sugar 4c fruit 2T butter To make 2/3 of the recipe, how much of each ingredient should you use. Question, should I multiply of divide by 2/3?

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    Which pattern can describe the numbers 2,4,10,28, and so on? A. For each number after first, add 4 to previous number in the list. B. For each number after first, multiply the previous number by 3 and subtract 2. C. For each number after first, add 2 or 6

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    how would you mentally figure out a percent discount without a calculator? (:

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    To: bobpursley - how do you teach a 5th grader how to figure out the answer?

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    abel belle, and cindy have $408 altogether. belle has $7 more than cindy $5 more than abel how much does abel have

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    estimate each sum or differnce. 7.4 + 3.1+ 9.8 How do I do this?

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    How do I solve this problem: At Carver Elementary, there are 355 students altogether. The School has 25 more female students than males. How many males and females does Carver have?

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    6 1/8 - x = 1 7/8 ? would it be 4 1/8 = x

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    I have to find the function rule that goes with this table... X Y 2 8 4 18 7 33 9 43 12 57 I've been trying to figure it out for an hour and can't find anything that works for all of them.

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    How do you do letter equations? "Each letter in the equation below represents a different digit from the set (1, 3, 4, 7, 8). find the value of each letter to make the equation true. Each letter must represent only one number throughout the entire

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    Kate is going to carpet her living room floor and drew the diagram shown. (I am not able to submit the drawn diagram. However I will try to describe) The diagram is a rectangle: It is 16 feet at the top showing a right angle at the top left and a right

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    3 1/4 - 1 1/2 = ? I got the answer 1 3/4.

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    The area of Canada is about 10,000,000 sq. km. Of that area, 9,100,000 sq. km are land and 900,000 sq km are freshwater. question: How many thousands of square kilometers does Canada have? question: How many hundreds of square kilometers of Canada is

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    You want to estimate 5.25-3.3. Why would using front-end estimation and adjusting tell you more about the answer than rounding?

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    what is a letter in the alphabet with 3 acute angles and 2 obtuse angles? I think it is X.

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    Need to know how to change each decimal to a fraction ... .625 = ??? and how do you figure it?

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    Read the following word problems, create an expression, and solve. 1. Nadia earned $3 a week. Nathan $4 a week. How much did they earn together after 4 weeks? (3+4) x 4 = $28 2. Audrey has 120 beads. She puts 8 beads on each necklace and 4 beads on each

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    complete the number sentence. express the quotient in units and then in standard form. 9.36 divided by 3= ________ones divided by 3 + ______ hundreds divided by 3 = _______ones + _____________ hundreds = _________________

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    Darren finished 5/6 of his homework. Olivia finished 1/6 less than Darren. How much of Olivia's homework did she finish? Make sure to simplify your answer.

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    julie spends 3/4 hr studying on mon, 1/6 hr on tuesday and 2/3 hr on wednesday. how many hours does julie study on those 3 days?

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    Two pails of different sizes contain 34.5 liters of water altogether. When 0.68 liter of water is poured from the bigger pail into the smaller pail, the amount of water in the bigger pail is 9 times that in the smaller pail. How much water was there in

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    Edna baked cookies. She ate 1/5 of the cookies and gave 1/3 of the cookies to Patty. What fraction of Edna's cookies are left?

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    what can be a word problem that can be represented by the equation 1) 1/4 + 3/4=? 2- 7/8=?

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    Jeff put small box that is 12 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 4 inches tall inside a box that's 20 inches long, 15 inches wide, and 9 inches high. How much space is left in the larger box?

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    how can you use compatible number to estimate 14675 divided by 7 so that the estimate is greater that the actual quotient? how can you use compatible numbers so the estimate is less that the actual quotient.

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    Jason and Doug competed in the long jump at a track meet. Jason long jump was 98 inches. Doug long jump was 3 yards. How much longer was Doug jump than Jason Jump? would this answer = to 10 if not please can you show me the steps so I can understand,

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    The circumference of a circular trampoline is 44 feet. Estimate the radius of the trampoline

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    solve 1. 8/11 divided by 4 2. 3/8 divided by 3/10 3. 6 divided by 3/4 4. 1/6 divided by 5/6 5. 2 3/4 divided by 11 6. 3 1/2 divivded by 7/8 7. 1 7/8 divided by 1 1/2 8. 5 divided by 4 1/3

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    Q. John Brown elementary school Art Club was recycling paper towel tubes for their holiday crafts project. The school enrollment was 629 students. If the art club asked every student to bring 6 empty paper towel tubes to make the project. How many paper

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    how many flowers do I have if...1/4 are pink...2/5 of remaining flowers are red...18 are yellow

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    John picked 30 bags of apples on monday and sold them at his fruit stand for $3.45 each. The following week he picked and sold 6 more. How much money did John earn the 1 st week? 3.45x30=103.50 How much money did he earn in the second week? 3.45x36=124.20

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    What percent more than 2 is 16/5? Help me please

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    Bianca is making scarves to sell. She has 33 pieces of blue fabric, 37 pieces of green fabric, and 41 pieces of red fabric. Suppose Bianca uses 3 pieces of fabric to make 1 scarf. How many scarves can she make?

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    What is the value of n 9*27+2*31-28=n

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    Name the compatible numbers used to find the estimate. 1. 725/19 estimate:35 2. 3,641/34 estimate:120 Please show me how to work out these problems.

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    Keith played some games of chess at a tournament. He recorded the results of the games on the table shown. Game Results: Number of Games TIES 4 WINS 12 Losses 4 If Keith plays 10 more games, how many of the 10 games is he likely to win? A. 6 games B. 8

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    3/4 x 1/2 = 3/8 Need to write a word problem for this equation, and then my daughter has to draw a model to show the product. She doesn't believe that the equation I gave her is useable so I am turning to here. Thank you!

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    A coin is tossed twice. What is the probability of tossing 2 tails? What is the probability of tossing 1 tail & 1 head? can you please show me how to do this problem?

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    Justin and jamal are playing a game with fraction tiles. When the bell rings for recess, the boys count their tiles. Justin started with 15 tiles. He lost 6 to Jamal. What fraction of his tiles does Justin have left?

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    Hannah and Francine have $120. Hannah and Peter have $230. Peter has 6 times as much money as Francine. How much money does Hannah have?

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    Can you please show me how to find the common factors of each set of numbers. 1. 1,4,8,32______ 2. 1,3,6,12,24_____

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    Alicia has 4 yards of ribbon. She needs 1/3 yard to make 1 bow .How many bows can Alicia make?

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    what is a word problem for 4.23x10

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    In the Finn family each girl has the same number of brothers as sisters. Each boy has twice as many sisters as brothers. How many children are in the family?

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    In the Finn family each girl has the same number of brothers as sisters. Each boy has twice as many sisters as brothers. How many children are in the family?

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    The moon is about 240.000 miles from Earth. What is this distance written as a whole number multiplied by the power of ten?

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    A group of students went to their favorite restaurant after the football game one Friday night. They all ordered from the menu and forgot to tell the server to give them separate checks. The bill totaled $27, including the tip. They decided to split the

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    rewrite each pair of fractions as equivalent fractions with a common denominator? 2/3, 3/4

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    writing a prime number factorization of a number using exponents. does that mean 15= 5 x 3 60= 6 x 10 28= 4 x 7 49= 7 x 7 Yes,No or What?

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    seventeen and four tenths. ten and ninety-nine thousandths. How much money do these word forms turn out to be?

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    Kat has 30 vehicles. Some are bicycles and some are cars. These vehicles have a total of 88 wheels. How many bicycles are there?

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    Explain how you can find the product of 5 and 3/4.

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    The number of pages is a 2-digit number. the number of photos on a page is a 1- digit number. the number of pages is 60 more than the number of photos on a page. the number of pages is divided by the number of photos on a page is 16. What is the number of

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    The diameter of a soup can is about 7cm the label wraps around the can , about howmany cm long must the label be to go all the way around the soup can? use 22/7 for pi

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    100cm=1m How many square cm = one square meter? 6 1/8 - x = 1 7/8 ? would that be 4 1/8 Thank you so much for your help.

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    Using the butterfly method, which fraction is less 1/4 or 1/3 - I know the answer but using the butterfly method the answer does not work out? Am I doing something improper? Thanks!

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    What didgit is in the thousands place 1,234.5678 would it be 1 or 7

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    Form a equivalent problem for 4 1/2 divided by 1/2 by doubling both the dividend and divisor. Then find the quiotent. Would that be 9 divided by 1 =9

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    i have to write an algebraic expression for the following: jasmine has three times as many chores as her younger brother does.

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    how do you draw a centimeter box with the dimensions 3 by 4 by 12 centimers which = 144 cubes?

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    What is the communitive property.

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    Im confused please help thank you To find the volume of a box, you multiply the length times the width time the height. The colume of a box is 36,000 cubic inches. Its width is 40 in and its height is 15 in. Eatimate the length of the box.

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    What is the highest number of pi?

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    relationship between the total ounces of water collected,w, and the number of 4-ounce samples,s

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    HELP PLEASE Bar Graph information is as follows: Aquariums At a museum On the left side of graph it shows the name of animals in the aquarium and on the bottom is shows capacity (in thousands of gallons) On the left the animals are as follows: 1.Shark -

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    Round to the greatest place of the lesser number. 3861+647

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    What is the least common multiple of 32 and 75?

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    You have 2 pails. One holds 4 gallons and the other holds 7 gallons. How can you go to the lake and bring back exactly 5 gallons of water?

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    A donkey and a mule were carrying bags of corn. If the mule gave the donkey 1 bag, they would have the same number. if the donkey gave the mule 1 bag, the mule would have twice as many bags as the donkey. how many bags is each carryung?

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    Need help... equivalent decimal for 214% =.214right? percentage 7 1/2% of 120 = 9% percent 15 is what percent of 75 = ?

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    the sum of two numbers is 34. their difference is 18. what are the two numbers?

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    I cannot get my brain around questions like this: 1/4 divided by 2/5 = 2/4 x ? I have 4 problems like this and even the example doesn't make sense - I may have copied it wrong off of the board. Can anyone help? Thank you! You invert the second fraction and

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    Three frogs had a race on a 1000 chart. Freaky Frog took 30 jumps of 25, Frogurt Frog took 30 jumps of 20, and Frannie Frog took 120 jumps of 5. Who was ahead?_______________________ Help! Assuming the distance of the jump is the same for each frog. 30

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    Marty had 316 keys and Nick had 541 keys. After both of them lost the same number of keys, Nick had 6 times as many keys as Marty. How many keys did each of them lose?

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    When finding the mass of an object, you determine which of the following? a. quantity of matter in the object b. its weight c. its height d. its length I picked A, but it was marked wrong. So, I guess the more correct answer is B?

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    1. Stan brought candy for his friends that weighed 7/8 pounds. If he split it up equally among himself and 4 other friends, how much candy did they each eat? (7/8) /5 = (7/8)*(1/5) = 7/40 pound 2. Yesterday, Jill drank 6 gallons of water this week. If her

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    Can you check this? 7. Will brought in candy for his friends that weighed 7/8 lbs. If he split it up equally among himself and 4 other friends, how much candy did they each get? (7/8)/5 = 7/40 lbs??

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    Can you check my answer? 4. Solve. 6 tenths = ___ thousandths Answer = 600 5. Write 347.392 in expanded form. Answer: (3*100)+(4*10)+(7*1)+(3* 1/10) + (9*1/100)+ (2*1/1000) 9. Write in standard form (number name) for: three thousand four hundred eight-two


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