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Answer:

This is a table with two columns, pairs of item are organized?

Ms. johnson is in charge of decorations for a party. She bought 6 bags of balloons. Each bag has 25 balloons. She fills all the balloons and puts 5 balloons in each bunch. How many bunches can she make?

divide 18 cups if flour into two groups so the ratio is 4 to 5

The math worksheet.Thankyou.

A bag contains purple marbles and blue marbles, 26 in total. The number of purplemarbles is 4 less than 2 times the number of blue marbles. How many purple marblesare there?purple marblesSubmit Answerattempt 2 out of 2Privacy Policy Terms of ServiceCopyright 2019 Delta Math.com. All Rights ReservedDI

Ms. johnson is in charge of decorations for a party. She bought 6 bags of balloons. Each bag has 25 balloons. She fills all the balloons and puts 5 balloons in each bunch. How many bunches can she make?

divide 18 cups if flour into two groups so the ratio is 4 to 5

The math worksheet.Thankyou.

A bag contains purple marbles and blue marbles, 26 in total. The number of purplemarbles is 4 less than 2 times the number of blue marbles. How many purple marblesare there?purple marblesSubmit Answerattempt 2 out of 2Privacy Policy Terms of ServiceCopyright 2019 Delta Math.com. All Rights ReservedDI

A trick that is good for multiplying 9's is, remember that each time the tens digit changes the number in the ones spaces minuses 1. If you don't understand what I am saying look at the following:-

9

18

27

36

45

54

63

72

81

**See the pattern? In the tens place you need to add 1 and in the tens place you need to subtract by 1.**

Hope I helped ya!! xD

9

18

27

36

45

54

63

72

81

Hope I helped ya!! xD

This works for 9 times 1 through 9 times 10. You can take the number that is times 9 and and minis the number by one. Then you think about what number plus the first number ( the number that is times 9 and and minis the number by one) equals 9 and that number goes in the tens place. If you don't understand then look at this:

9×1=09

9×2=18

9×3=27

9×4=36

9×5=45

9×6=54

9×7=63

9×8=72

9×9=81

9×10=90

9×1=09

9×2=18

9×3=27

9×4=36

9×5=45

9×6=54

9×7=63

9×8=72

9×9=81

9×10=90

Find Improper Fractions. Flip The Second Fraction. Divide. Simplify. Hope This Helps! :D

the answer is 1 76/152

7 1/8= 57/8

4 3/4= 19/4

57/8 * 4/19 (reciprocal)

answer is 228/152

change into a mix number which is 1 76/152

7 1/8= 57/8

4 3/4= 19/4

57/8 * 4/19 (reciprocal)

answer is 228/152

change into a mix number which is 1 76/152

Composite because prime can only be multiplied by itself but 85 can be multiplied by 5

The answer to is 85 prime or composite is composite

-2x+6y=3

16. Tell whether the lines for each pair of equations are parallel perpendicular or neither

Y=-1/5x+6

-2x+10y= 5

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**15. **The given lines are

**Y=-3x+7 & -2x+6y=3** or, 6y = 3 + 2x or, .

The **slope of the first line is -3** and the** slope of the second line is **[Comparing with the standard form of equation of straight line y = mx + c, where m is the slope of the straight line].

Two straight lines will said to be perpendicular to each other, if the **product of its slopes will be equal to -1**.

Since, , the **equations are perpendicular with respect to each other**.

**16. **The lines are and -2x + 10y = 5 or, 10y = 5 + 2x or, .

As per the question number 15, it is clear that** these equations are not perpendicular**.

Here, the slope of the first one is and the slope of the second one is .

The **values are same with different sign**. Hence, these **equations are not parallel **too.

**Answer:**

x = 20

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Firstly, we have to distribute: (-0.5 * -2x) and (-0.5 * 8) -8 = 8

1x - 4 - 8 = 8

Next collect like terms: 1x - 12 = 8

Isolate x to get the value of x: Add 12 to both sides

1x = 20

So x = 20

Answer:x=20

Step-by-step explanation: first you distribute the value outside of the parentheses

-0.5*2x= 1x

-0.5*8=-4

it then becomes

x-4-8=8

combine -4 and -8

x-12=8

add the 12 over

x=20

3x – y=10

Only (4,-2)

Only (3, 1)

Both (4, -2) and (3, 1)

Neither

The answer is Neither