Answer:
The total amount of students in Ms. Damver's class is 20. This includes the 6 that walk to class (representative of 30%) and the 14 others (representative of 70%).

Answer:
There is 20 students. To find the answer you need to use porportionals and cross multiply.

The sum of 8 and 7 , doubled

What is 79% of a fraction

If 80 is 80% of the value what is the value?

Write an expression for the difference of 6 and k

Write a real word problem for equation x-75=200

What is 79% of a fraction

If 80 is 80% of the value what is the value?

Write an expression for the difference of 6 and k

Write a real word problem for equation x-75=200

side length1 = x

side length2 = y

2x + 2y = perimeter

2(4x) + 2(4)y = new perimeter

8x + 8y = new perimeter

new perimeter = 4 times the old perimeter

side length2 = y

2x + 2y = perimeter

2(4x) + 2(4)y = new perimeter

8x + 8y = new perimeter

new perimeter = 4 times the old perimeter

#11. a13+t=3=16 b16 in all

#12.8+8=16

#13.10/2-2=3

#12.8+8=16

#13.10/2-2=3

Answer: 35/6

Work: 5*6=30

30+5=35

35/6

Work: 5*6=30

30+5=35

35/6

x2 + y2 – 8x + 12y – 5 = 0?

**Answer:**

radius:

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Bertie needs 12 1/4 cups of **flour** to make 3 1/2 pans of **biscuits**.

The basic idea of **multiplication** is repeated **addition**. But as well as multiplying by whole numbers, we can also multiply by fractions, decimals and more.

Given that, Bertie needs 2 1/3 cups of **flour** for each pan of biscuits she bakes. She wants to bake 3 1/2 pans of **biscuits**.

Since, 1 pan needs 2 1/3 cup of flour.

So, for 3 1/2 pans = 3 1/2 × 2 1/3

= 7/2 × 7/2

= 49/4

= 12 1/4

Hence Bertie needs 12 1/4 cups of **flour** to make 3 1/2 pans of **biscuits**.

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You're going to multiply how much she need by how many she wants to make: 2 1/3x3 1/2. First make them improper fractions: 7/3x7/2. Then multiply the numerators together and the denominaters together: 49/6. Simplify: 8 1/6. She needs 8 1/6 cups of flour :)

**Answer:**

C) 35 Degrees

**Step-by-step explanation:**

To find the degree of an exterior angle, subtract the larger arc, DE, degree by the smaller arc, BC, and then divide by 2! Which is 35. 118-48/ 2 = 35.