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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Answer:

Answer:

Second 6s from right is 10 times the first 6s .

600 is 10 times of 60.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : 660

To find : what is the relationship between 6s .

Solution : We have given 660

We can see from the given there is two 6s .

From the right side 6 is at tens place = 60 .

Second 6s is at hundred place = 600

So ,

600 = 10 * 60 .

We can say Second 6s from right is 10 times the first 6s .

Therefore, Second 6s from right is 10 times the first 6s .

600 is 10 times of 60.

Answer: The relationship between the 6s in 660 is 110

__6s__ __660__

6 6

s = 110

ANS : S = 110

__6s__ __660__

6 6

s = 110

ANS : S = 110

HIGH SCHOOL

the most popular pizza at Pavone's pizza is the 10 inch personal pizza with one topping.What is the area of a pizza with a diameter of 10 inches? Round your awnser to the nearest hundredth

The area of a circle is r^2*PI -> d = 10inch -> r = 5inch --> r^2 * PI = 5 * 5 * 3.14159 = 78.54 in^2

200 because the dimeater is 10 inches and tgebpizza is 10 inch so u round or to the nearest hundred your welcome

MIDDLE SCHOOL

How can you use unit rates in multiplication to solve for missing measures and equivalent ratio problems?

By viewing equivalent ratios and rates as deriving from, and extending, pairs of rows (or columns) in the multiplication table and by analyzing simple drawings that indicate the relative size of quantities.

HIGH SCHOOL

ou're currently making $8.75 per hour and you're offered a new job that pays $9.47 per hour, how much more would you make per hour at the new job?

You will be earning $0.72 more at the new job

You would be making 1.22 more per hour at the new job.

COLLEGE

$83.5743 rounded to the nearest cent is

83.57 i believe because you would round the 43 down so it would stay the same

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When you are writing the price for something, you usually include two decimal points, for example, $29.99, $3.47, etc.

We would round the 7 up or down depending. If the number behind it is 5 or more, we will round it up to 8, if it is less, we will round it down.

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When you are writing the price for something, you usually include two decimal points, for example, $29.99, $3.47, etc.

We would round the 7 up or down depending. If the number behind it is 5 or more, we will round it up to 8, if it is less, we will round it down.

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