# What is 10 5/8 divided by 2 with no decimal

Answer: First off, let's convert the mixed fraction to "improper", and divide from there,

Answer: i think it would be 5  5/16 that is the right answer

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Mason walked 1/3 mile before lunch and 5/12 mile after lunch

Total walk = 1/3 + 5/12 = 4+5/12 = 9/12 = 3/4 miles OR 0.75 miles

you answer is 3/4 miles in fraction form

& 0.75 miles in decimal form

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Mason walked 1/4 of a mile in total.

The equation yˆ=−5.131x 2+31.821x−3.333 approximates the number of people standing in line to catch a commuter train x hours after 5 a.m.What is the best estimate for the number of people in line at 7 a.m.? 23
27
32
40

For this case we have the following equation:

When it's 5 a.m. then x = 0
Therefore, when it is 7 a.m. then x = 2.
Substituting x = 2 in the equation we have:

Rounding to the nearest whole number:

the best estimate for the number of people in line at 7 a.m. is:
y = 40

40

Step-by-step explanation:

The other three numbers are low.

Identify and extend the pattern to find the next number in this sequence: 22, 35, 48, 61

Next term of sequence: 74

Step-by-step explanation:

We have been given a sequence of numbers as: 22, 35, 48, 61. We are asked to find the formula that represents the given sequence.

First of all, we will find common difference between two consecutive terms by subtracting any term from its next term as:

This means that common difference is 13.

We know that an arithmetic sequence is in form , where,

= nth term of sequence.

a = First term of sequence,

n = Number of terms,

d = Common difference.

1st terms of our given sequence is 13.

Therefore, the formula of our given sequence is .

Next term of sequence would be .

Therefore, the next term of sequence is 74.

Find the smallest number which leaves 22,35, 48 and 61 as remainders when divided by 26, 39, 52 and 65 respectively

The dot plots below show the weights of the players of two teams: based on visual inspection of the dot plots, which team appears to have the larger mean weight? not enough information is available to draw a conclusion. both groups are similar. team f team e