MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Answer:

Answer:

197/35

Step-by-step explanation:

8 3/7-2 4/5

59/7-14/5

295/35-98/35

197/35

COLLEGE

Write a unit test for addinventory(). call redsweater.addinventory() with parameter sweatershipment. print the shown error if the subsequent quantity is incorrect. sample output for failed unit test given initial quantity is 10 and sweatershipment is 50: beginning tests. unit test failed: addinventory() tests complete. note: unit test failed is preceded by 3 spaces.

#include using namespace std; class InventoryTag { public: InventoryTag(); int getQuantityRemaining() const; void addInventory(int numItems); private: int quantityRemaining; }; InventoryTag::InventoryTag() { quantityRemaining = 0; } int InventoryTag::getQuantityRemaining() const { return quantityRemaining; } void InventoryTag::addInventory(int numItems) { if (numItems > 10) { quantityRemaining = quantityRemaining + numItems; } } int main() { InventoryTag redSweater; int sweaterShipment = 0; int sweaterInventoryBefore = 0; sweaterInventoryBefore = redSweater.getQuantityRemaining(); sweaterShipment = 25; cout

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Solve the equation 3/7k=12/35

3/7k = 12/35

*7/3 *7/3

k = 4/5 or 0.8

*7/3 *7/3

k = 4/5 or 0.8

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which equations could model this problem? A package of 12 cans of dog food costs $33. What is the unit price d per can of dog food?

Choose all answers that are correct.

A. 12d=33

B. d/12=33

C. 33/d=12

D. 33d=12

A & D are correct because:

A. 12 units cost $33

D. If you divide the total cost by the unit price, you'll get the number of cans.

A. 12 units cost $33

D. If you divide the total cost by the unit price, you'll get the number of cans.

HIGH SCHOOL

Ken drew a pair of intersecting rays and marked the angle between them. . . Which of these statements best compares the pair of intersecting rays with the angle?. . A] The rays and the angle have two endpoints each.. B] The rays have a number of points lying on them and the angle has only one point lying on it.. C] The rays extend infinitely and the angle is made by the rays which have a common endpoint.. D] The rays and the angle have their lines extending in opposite directions.

Ken drew a pair of intersecting rays and marked the angle between them. . . Which of these statements best compares the pair of intersecting rays with theangle I'd say c because the common endpoint is the intersection.