MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

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Answer:

12.56 yd2

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HIGH SCHOOL

Vanessa bought a house for $268,500. She has a 30 year mortgage with a fixed rate of 6.25%. Vanessa’s monthly payments are $1,595.85. How much was Vanessa’s down payment? a. $9,314.45 b. $16,781.25 c. $40,275.00 d. $53,040.00

Answer:

Option a - $9,314.45

Step-by-step explanation:

Cost of the house = $268,500

Time of repayment = 30 years

Repayment is done monthly, so number of repayments = 30 X 12 = 360

Monthly Payment = $1595.85

Rate of interest per payment period =

So, Present value of monthly payments = 1595.85 X

= $259,185.55

So, Vanessa's down payment = $268,500 - $259,185.55 = $9,314.45

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Answer:

Option a - $9,314.45

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HIGH SCHOOL

The ratio of 6 inches to 3 feet expressed in simplest form is _______. 1/6 1/2 2/1 1/3

First, you must make them the same unit of measurment. Make 3 feet into 36 inches.

Next, you get the ratio of 6:36 , and simplify it down to 1:6 which is your answer.

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Next, you get the ratio of 6:36 , and simplify it down to 1:6 which is your answer.

Hope this helps!

Answer:

1:6 or 1/6

Step-by-step explanation:

1 foot = 12 inches.

3 feet = 3 * 12 = 36 inches.

Therefore, we have the ratio 6:36 (6/36).

Simplifying 6:36 gives us 1:6 or 1/6.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Sally Ron and Jerry shared some large sandwiches that were the same size and cut into eighths Sally ate 5/8 sandwiches ron ate 7/8 sandwiches and Jerry ate 3/4 sandwiches who ate the most explain

The answer is Ron. First, you have to get a common denominator for the three fractions and the common denominator is 8. So 3/4 is equal to 6/8. Next, you compare the three fractions. 7/8 is larger than 5/8 because the numerator 7 is bigger than 5. 7/8 is bigger than 6/8 so 7/8 is larger than all the fractions. Therefore, Ron ate the most.

Ron, because if we see which fractions are largest

5/8

3/4=6/8

7/8

5/8

3/4=6/8

7/8

HIGH SCHOOL

A geometry class is asked to find the equation of a line that is parallel to y – 3 = −(x + 1) and passes through (4, 2). Trish states that the parallel line is y – 2 = –1(x – 4). Demetri states that the parallel line is y = –x + 6. Are the students correct? Explain. Trish is the only student who is correct; the slope should be –1, and the line passes through (4, 2). Demetri is the only student who is correct; the slope should be –1, and the y-intercept is 6. Both students are correct; the slope should be –1, passing through (4, 2) with a y-intercept of 6. Neither student is correct; the slope of the parallel line should be 1.

C or the third option, Both students are correct; the slope should be –1, passing through (4, 2) with a y-intercept of 6.

Answer:

The answer above is correct! Option C. Both students are correct; the slope should be –1, passing through (4, 2) with a y-intercept of 6

Step-by-step explanation:

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