MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

100 textbooks increased by 99%

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Answer 1
Answer: 100 textbooks increased by 99%

Do this:

First, make 99% a decimal, to do this, you must divide 99 by 100

you get 0.99

multiply 0.99 by 100

you get 99

then, add 99 to 100 and you get 199

so the total sum is 199!!


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Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

199

Step-by-step explanation:

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

How do u find 58% of 702

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58% is 58/100

58/100 x 702  = 407.16

You can times 58 and 702 and then divide by 100
We set up a proportion: 58/100= ?/702

Cross multiply:
100*?= 58*702
⇒ ?= 58*702/100= 407.16

58% of 702 is 407.16~
HIGH SCHOOL

13. Product A is an 8 oz. bottle of cough medication that sells for $1.36. Product B is a 16 oz. bottle of cough medication that costs $3.20. Which product has the lower unit price? And show how you got your answer.

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Price / weight = unit price
product A : 1.36 / 8 = 0.17 per oz
product B : 3.20 / 16 = 0.20 per oz

product A has the lower unit price

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Rebecca buy some scarves that cost $5 each and two purses that cost $12 each the cost of Rebecca's total purchase is $39 what equation can be used to find an the number of scars that Rebecca buys. A 5 + 24n equals 39. B 5n + 24 equals 39. C (24 + 5)n equals 39. D (24) (5) + n equals 39

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Answer:

The answer would be B.

Step-by-step explanation:

the reason that this is the answer is because she spent $24 on purses but that leaves the amount of scarves. she spends $39 all together.


The answer, B.

Step-by-step explanation:

she spent $24 on purses so that leaves the amount of scarves. she spends $39 all together

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COLLEGE

Find the missing coordinate if the ordered pair is to be a solution to the equation 3x + y = 9

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You are given only one equation, but are to find the values of two variables (x and y).  No soap.

However, you could arbitrarily let x=1 and then find the corresponding y value.

Then 3(1) + y = 9, so y = 6.  One point on this line is (1,6).  But there are an infinite number of other solutions.
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