MATHEMATICS
HIGH SCHOOL

Which geometric series represents 0.4444... as a fraction?

Answer:

4/10+4/100+4/1000.... will be your answer

Answer: It is 1111 over 2500

MIDDLE SCHOOL

If y = 12 when x = -5, determine y when x = 2

Answer:y=-120

Step-by-step explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Choose each number that show 1/2 % as an equivalent fraction, decimal, or percent. Select all that apply. A) 0.05 B) 2% C) 5/1000 D) 5/100 E) 0.005

Equivalent fraction is the fraction which has the different denominator and the numerator but the value of both the fraction are same. The value of the equivalent fraction is 5/1000 and 0.005. Hence, the option C and option E are the correct option.

Given-The given number is 1/2%.

We have to find out the equivalent fraction.

What is the equivalent fraction?Equivalent fraction is the fraction which has the different denominator and the numerator but the value of both the fraction are same

Suppose the equivalent fraction to the above number is n. Thus,

Convert the above number from the percentage to the regular form by dividing it with 100.

Multiply and divide the above number with thousand,

Thus the value of the equivalent fraction is 5/1000 and 0.005. Hence, the option C and option E are the correct option.

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1/2% is equivalent to C (5/1000) and E (0.005) ☺️

COLLEGE

What does the expression 12f

=24 represent?

You have to divide both sides by 12 so 12f/12 =24/12 is f = 2

12=24/12 so f will equal 2

HIGH SCHOOL

The distance between points (1, 1) and (4, 7) is 6.71. is it true or false

To determine whether the statement is true or false, we need to calculate for the distance of the two points. To do this, we can use the pythagorean theorem as follows:

d = √[(y2-y1)^2 + (x2-x1)^2]

d = √[(7-1)^2 + (4-1)^2]

d = √[(6)^2 + (3)^2]

d = 2√13 = 7.21

Therefore, the statement is false.

d = √[(y2-y1)^2 + (x2-x1)^2]

d = √[(7-1)^2 + (4-1)^2]

d = √[(6)^2 + (3)^2]

d = 2√13 = 7.21

Therefore, the statement is false.