MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

137473735858884506343

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Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

1.3747374e+20

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mr. Medina owns a house that he wishes to sell. The state in which he lives charges a 3.9% sales tax on the sale of a house. Also, the county in which he lives charges a 2.9% sales tax, and the city charges a 1.9% sales tax. If Mr. Medina sells his home for $103,500, what will be his total tax bill?

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Total tax bill is $9,004.50

Given:
Sales price = 103,500
State sales tax = 3.9%
County sales tax = 2.9%
City sales tax = 1.9%

State sales tax    = 103,500 x 3.9% = 4,036.50
County sales tax = 103,500 x 2.9% = 3,001.50
City sales tax      = 103,500 x 1.9%  =1,966.50
Total tax                                             9,004.50

HIGH SCHOOL

What is 22/11 when simplified and how did you solve that?

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22/11
= (22/11) / (11/11)
= 2/1
= 2

The final answer is 2~
If 11/11 were to be equal to 1, then 22/11 will be equal to 2.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

If c= the number of cars in a parking lot, which algebraic expression represents the phrase below?
the sum of the number of cars and 9
A. C/9
B. C-9
C. c+9
D. 9c

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Answer:

Option C) c+9 is correct

The sum of the number of cars and 9=c+9 is correct algebraic expression representation for given phrase

Step-by-step explanation:

Given that c=the number of cars in a parking lot.

The phrase given is "the sum of the number of cars and 9"

To find the algebraic expression which represents the given phrase :

The algebraic expression to the given phrase is c+9

That is option C) c+9 is correct

The sum of the number of cars and 9=c+9 is correct algebraic expression representation for given phrase

COLLEGE

Suppose a baseball team has 14 players on the roster who are not members of the pitching staff. Of those 14 players, assume that three have recently taken a performance-enhancing drug. Suppose the league decides to randomly test five members of the team. What is the probability that at least one of the tested players is found to have taken a performance-enhancing drug

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Answer: Our required probability would be 0.70.

Step-by-step explanation:

Since we have given that

Number of players = 14

Number of players have recently taken a performance enhancing drug = 3

Number of players have not recently taken a performance enhancing drug = 14-3=11

Number of members chosen randomly = 5

We need to find the probability that at least one of the tested players is found to have taken a performance enhancing drug.

P(Atleast 1) = 1 - P(none is found to have taken a performance enhancing drug)

So, P(X≥1)=1-P(X=0)

Hence, our required probability would be 0.70.

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