Answer:
Area = 35/4 m²

Length = 7/2 m

Area = length * width

35/4 = 7/2 * width

7/2 * width = 35/4

width = 35/4 ÷ 7/2

width = 35/4 × 2/7 = 5/2

Width = 5/2 m

Length = 7/2 m

Area = length * width

35/4 = 7/2 * width

7/2 * width = 35/4

width = 35/4 ÷ 7/2

width = 35/4 × 2/7 = 5/2

Width = 5/2 m

damon has 5 dimes and some nickels in his pocket worth a total of 1.20 to find the number of nickels damon has a student wrote the eqaution 5n + 50 = 1.20 fine the error in the students eqaution

Polygon ABCDEF is a regular hexagon. Find the perimeter of the polygon. Round to the nearest hundredth. Round to give final answer only.

Mitch does not know the correct answer to two multiple choice questions. The choices are A,B,C, and D. If Mitch just guesses, what is the probability that Mitch will guess both answers correctly?

A percent change describing a decrease in the quantity

Find 40% of 28. Use a fraction

Polygon ABCDEF is a regular hexagon. Find the perimeter of the polygon. Round to the nearest hundredth. Round to give final answer only.

Mitch does not know the correct answer to two multiple choice questions. The choices are A,B,C, and D. If Mitch just guesses, what is the probability that Mitch will guess both answers correctly?

A percent change describing a decrease in the quantity

Find 40% of 28. Use a fraction

3.5 divided 1.25 = 2.8 mph

0.625 divided 0.666 = 0.95 pages a minute. so your answer is 0.95 pages per minute

0.625 divided 0.666 = 0.95 pages a minute. so your answer is 0.95 pages per minute

Easiest way is to flip the divisor and multply.

4/9 divided by 1/3

is the same as 4/9 times 3/1

Should be pretty easy to go the rest of the way yourself.

4/9 divided by 1/3

is the same as 4/9 times 3/1

Should be pretty easy to go the rest of the way yourself.

a/b divided by c/d=a/b time d/c

the reason it works is

you have

fractions in the denomenator is scary

make it one

remember that a/b times b/a=1 so 1/3 times 3/1=1

times the whole thing by 1 to keep is same

times =

=

=

=

12/9=4/3

reault is 4/3

the reason it works is

you have

fractions in the denomenator is scary

make it one

remember that a/b times b/a=1 so 1/3 times 3/1=1

times the whole thing by 1 to keep is same

times =

=

=

=

12/9=4/3

reault is 4/3

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

Yes bill is correct because both numbers are easy to add without regrouping, since when each of the digit are added there won't be carried over. Also, I believe Bill should be able to do simple mathematics like 2+3, 3+5 and so on.

Then, he should be able to add 3 plus 0 in his head and keep the result as 3. And then add the other 2+4 and he will put the two result together as 63

Yes Bill is correct because

3+0 you don't have to regroup

And 4+2 you don't have to regroup

hope this helps

3+0 you don't have to regroup

And 4+2 you don't have to regroup

hope this helps

There is no unit rate until you tell us WHAT costs $74.75 .

THEN we can calculate the cost for each hamburger, or

each puppy, or each hour.

THEN we can calculate the cost for each hamburger, or

each puppy, or each hour.

B) Deposit $270 in the first week and withdraw $20 in the second week.

C) Deposit $20 in the first week and withdraw $250 in the second week

D) Deposit $250 in the first week and withdraw $20 in the last week.

I don't get this pls help me!!!

The **combination** of a deposit and a withdrawal will result in a zero balance in Ann's account is

A) **Deposit** $20 in the first week and **withdraw** $270 in the second week.

A **savings account** is a basic type of financial product that allows you to deposit your money and typically earn a modest amount of **interest**. These **accounts** are federally insured up to $250,000 per account owner and offer a safe place to put your money while **earning interest**.

Given that, Ann is opening a new **savings account** with an initial deposit of $250, we need to find the combination of a deposit and a **withdrawal** will result in a zero balance in Ann's account,

So, if Ann deposit $20 in first week the account balance = 250+20 = $270

Now, since the **amount** in her account is $270, so to make it zero, she should **withdraw** all the amount i.e. $270

Hence, the **combination** of a deposit and a withdrawal will result in a zero balance in Ann's account is

A) **Deposit** $20 in the first week and **withdraw** $270 in the second week.

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The answer is A 250+20 then 270-270=0

**There is an error in the student's work, the remainder should be 10**

**The division operation** is one of the basic arithmetic operations

Common signs used are or

The division is written by placing **the numerator above the denominator **with a **horizontal line** between them or use a **slash** with the numerator's position and the denominator is **parallel**

The division is actually an **iterative subtraction operation** (as many as the number of divisors)

Division is **the opposite** of multiplying

The general form of division can be stated by:

example:

**7: 3 = 2 + 1**

- 7 = dividend
- 3 = divisor
- 2 = quotient
- 1 = remainder

Division operation statement:

**"7 divided by 3 equals 2 remainder 1"**

The form of division can also be expressed in terms of** fractions**

In the example above, the form of mixed fractions :

Mixed fractions consist of whole number and proper fractions

From the task

**(see also the attached image)**

When dividing 878 by 31, a student finds a quotient of 28 with a remainder of 11.

Division operation statement:

**"878 divided by 31 equals 28 remainder 11**

Arithmetic operations :

878 : 31 = 28 + 11

- 878 = dividend
- 31 = divisor
- 28 = quotient
- 11 = remainder

Because Division is **the opposite** of multiplying, so we check the solution with multiplying

**divident - (divisor x quotient) = remainder**

878 - (31 x 28) = 11

878 - 868 = 11

**10 ≠ 11**

**So students make mistakes in subtraction operations,remainder should be 10 **

**Divide 80 in a ratio of 3: 2**

**percent of 19.5 is 70.59**

**The average weight of the top 5 fish**

**Keywords: division, mixed fraction, dividend , divisor , quotient, remainder**

878/3 is 28 with a remainder of 10! The error is when they subtracted 258-248 wrong