Explain It Adam made 19 paper cranes Monday and 8 more Tuesday. He gave 9 friends an equal number of cranes. How many cranes did each friend received? Explain how you found your answer.

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : Number of paper cranes made by Adam on Monday = 19

Total number of paper cranes made by Adam = (Number of paper cranes made on Monday) + (Number of paper cranes made on Tuesday )

= 19+8

= 27

Now , all paper cranes are equally divided into 9 friends , the number of paper cranes received by each friend = (Total number of paper cranes ) ÷ (9)

= (27)÷ (9)

= 3

Hence, each friend received 3 paper cranes.

Answer: He made  19 paper cranes on Monday & 8 more on tuesday
total cranes made =    19 + 8  = 27
number of cranes he give to each of his 9 friends =      27/9  = 3 cranes

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Barrett is comparing the membership fees for two museums. The art museum charges a one-time fee of \$8.25 plus \$2.25 per month. The science museum charges a one-time fee of \$10.75 plus \$3.50 per month. How much does Barrett save by joining the art museum instead of the science museum? Enter your answers in the boxes.

The savings that Barret makes by joining the art museum instead of the science museum is \$2.50 + \$1.25m.

The one time fee charged by the art museum is \$8.25 and the one charged by the science museum is \$3.50. The saving here is:

= 10.75 - 8.25

= \$2.50

The savings made per month is:

= Amount charged per month by science - Amount charged per month by art

= 3.50 - 2.25

= \$1.25

In conclusion, the savings per month is \$2.50 + \$1.25 per month.

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Barret saves \$2.50 initially and then \$1.25 per month by joining the art museum instead of the science museum.

Although appealing to more refined tastes, art as a collectible has not always performed so profitably. Assume that in 2015, an auction house sold a statute at auction for a price of \$10,710,500. Unfortunately for the previous owner, he had purchased it in 2010 at a price of \$12,738,500.