# Suppose that 16 inches of wire cost 96 cents. At the same rate how much in cents will 31 inches of wire cost?

One can buy 13 inches of wire for 52 cents.

Step-by-step explanation:

## Related Questions

To run up a wall how fast do you have to go

Pretty dang fast, along with some kind of friction to walk on.
the velocity of only 234 mph you will just coast up to the top of the building, coming to a complete stop at the top because of the deceleration of gravity. You wouldn't even need to touch the building if you could just jump from the ground at this speed.

1 gallon minus 1 quart, 1 pint, and 1 ounce

Answer: 79 ounces = 2 quarts and 15 ounces.

Explanation:

1) The question is: 1 gallon - (1 quart + 1 pint + 1 ounce)

2) To add and subtract those amounts you have to convert all to one same unit.

3) Since the least unit is ounce, I will convert gallon, quart and pint to ounces.

4) Conversion factors:

1 gallon = 4 quart

1 quart = 2 pints

1 pint = 16 ounces

5) Conversions:

i) 1 gallon × 4 quart / gallon × 2 pint / quart × 16 ounce / pint = 128 ounces

ii) 1 quart × 2 pint / quart × 16 ounce / pint = 32 ounces

iii) 1 pint × 16 ounce / pint = 16ounces

4) Subtract:

1 gallon - (1 quart + 1 pint + 1 ounce) = 128 ounces - (32 ounces + 16 ounces + 1 ounce) = 128 ounces - 49 ounces = 79 ounces ← answer

You can convert it to a mixed number in this way:

79 ounces × 1 quart / 32 ounces = 2. 46875 quarts

0.46875 quarts × 32 ounces / quart = 15 ounces

Then, 79 ounces = 2 quarts and 15 ounces.

16 ounces = 1 pint
2 pints = 1 quart
4 quarts = 1 gallon

1 gallon - 1 quart = 3 quarts
3 quarts - 1 pint = 2 quarts and 1 pint
2 quarts and 1 pint - 1 ounce = 2 quarts and 15 ounces.

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1st?- cynthia paid \$0.20 per hobby magazine at a tag sale. She bought half of all the magazines that were for sale and paid \$10. How many magazines were there in all?

.20 x 5 would equal \$1
10.00 divided by .20 equals 50 magazines bought.

What is 460,915 estimate to

Evaluate:
y = x – 13 when x = –3.

y = x - 13
x = -3

Since the value of x has already been given, we can substitute its value to the x in the 1st equation.

y = x - 13
= -3 - 13  *both carry the same negative signs, so addition is                                    performed but the sign is carried over to its sum
y = -16

(-3,-16)
y=-3-13y=-16you add -3 to -13 to get -16

How do you get an odd perimeter for a rectangle? If you can, how oils you get a length and a width?