MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

A The maximum amount of juice the jar can hold is 7/6 gallons.

B The maximum amount of juice the jar can hold is 6/7 gallon.

C The amount of juice that can be still poured in the jar is 7/6 gallons.

D The amount of juice that can be still poured in the jar is 6/7 gallon.

Answer: The correct answer is ''b'' because 3/4 is 6/8 and 7/8 is 7/8 so also is 6/7 i hope it helped u

Answer: B, I multiply 3/4 and 8/7. Cross multiply and got 6/7 .

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is y equals 3 X -1

Ans _

Line with

Slope = 3 ; X-coordinate = 1/3 & Y-coordinate = -1

Line with

Slope = 3 ; X-coordinate = 1/3 & Y-coordinate = -1

HIGH SCHOOL

The measure of each angle of a triangle is a multiple of 30°. What is the probability that the triangle has at least two congruent angles?

Well, the triangle could have a few possibilities to get the angles. They are:

30-30-120

30-60-90

30-90-60

30-120-30

60-30-90

60-60-60

60-90-30

90-30-60

90-60-30

Thus, there are 9 possible cases. Out of them 3 are good, so the probability is 1/3, or 33%.

30-30-120

30-60-90

30-90-60

30-120-30

60-30-90

60-60-60

60-90-30

90-30-60

90-60-30

Thus, there are 9 possible cases. Out of them 3 are good, so the probability is 1/3, or 33%.

Answer:

33%

Step-by-step explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

How many liters will a U.S. 6-quart container hold? Round your answer to the nearest hundredth

You are given volume of 6 US quart. You are required to convert this into liters and be rounded off to the nearest hundredth. Keep in mind that for volume, every one liter is equal to 1.05669 US quart. So you need to divide the 6 US quart. This is equal to 6.34014 liters. To round of the nearest hundredth, the ocation of the hundredth is the four in 6.34014. since after four is zero, the round off rule states that from 0-4, the preceding number remains unchanged. So the final answer is 6.34 liters.

6 quarts can hold 6.34 liters.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

the mendez family just bought a home for 180,000 dollars if the value of the home increases at a rate of 3% per year use an exponential function to find the approximate value of the home after 10 years

Answer:

The approximate value of home after 10 years is $241,905

Step-by-step explanation:

Given as :

The purchased price of home = $180,000

The value of home increases at the rate = 3%

Let The value of home after 10 years = $x

The time period = 10 years

Now, According to question

The value of home after n years = The purchased price of home ×

Or, The value of home after 10 years = $180,000 ×

Or, $x = $180,000 ×

Or, $x = $180,000 × 1.343916379

Or, $x = $241,904.94

So, The value of home after 10 years = x = $241,905

Hence, The approximate value of home after 10 years is $241,905 Answer