What is the location of the sum 11+(-5) with respect to 11 on a number line? A:five units to the left of 11 B:five units to the right of 11 C:11 units to the left of zero D:11 units to the right of zero

Answer: A is the answer. 5 units to the LEFT of 11. This is because even though the addition sign tells us to go the right side of the number line, the parenthesis number has a negative sign. Multiplying the signs will give 11-5 which will ask us to got LEFT of the number 11 on a number line.

5 units in the negative direction.

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Which is bigger 5/8 , 0.5 , 2/5 , 0.78

0.78, 5/8, 0.5, 2/5
This is in order from largest to smallest

In how many years, will an amount double itself, if the simple interest is calculated at the rate of 10% p.a.?

wouldn't it be in 10 years?

Step-by-step explanation:

10 * 10= 100

Jeannie is 5 years older than her younger sister April. Together, Jeannie and April’s ages add to 41. How old is April?

apirl is 18 years old and her older sister is 23

because it shows you 27 student
but it shows 2/3 of the students wearing sneakers

2/3 * 27 = 18

The first top picture on the left has 18 items circled.

So that is the correct picture.

What is 3/4 of a 2 liter bottle in millimeters

I believe you meant milliliters.  If so the answer is 1500ml

2 liters = 2000ml

2000/4 = 500 for 1/4

We need 3/4 so we multiply 500 X 3 and get 1500ml
If there are 1000 mL in one L we have 1000 plus half is 500 and half of that is 250 which means that 3/4 is 750 add to get 1750 mL

The measure of an angle is 39°. What is the measure of its complementary angle?

51

Step-by-step explanation:

51°

Step-by-step explanation:

90 - 39 = 51