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### What is Algebra?

Don has the **longest **section of pipe because the **fraction **number 11/16 is **greater **than the **fraction **number 2/3.

Algebra is the study of **abstract **symbols, while **logic **is the manipulation of all those **ideas**.

The **decimal **number is the sum of a **whole **number and part of a fraction number. The **fraction **number is greater than zero but **less **than one.

David says he has 2/3 of a line **length **left, while Wear says he **has **11/16 of a **length **left.

Convert the **fraction **numbers 2/3 and 11/16 into the **decimal **number. Then we have

2/3 = 0.6667

11/16 = 0.6875

The **decimal **number 0.6875 is greater than 0.6667. Then the **fraction **number 11/16 is **greater **than the **fraction **number 2/3.

Don has the **longest **section of pipe because the **fraction **number 11/16 is **greater **than the **fraction **number 2/3.

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Answer:

**Answer:**

Don

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1. We make the fractions have common denominators so it is easier to compare them. We can do this buy multiplying 2/3 by a factor of 16, so it becomes 32/48. For 11/16, we multiply by a factor of 3 so it becomes 33/48. It is now apparent that Don has the longer pipe.

10 ) Which Property of Multiplication is shown? (5 + 3) x 2 = 5 x 2 + 3 x 2A. Identity PropertyC. Associative PropertyB. Distributive PropertyD. Commutative Property

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FlingFind the slope of the line passing through the points (1,5) and (4,-2).

Solve for X2/3 x +10/60 =100/60

A brownie recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups of flour and 1/2 cup of sugar. If you use 1 cup of sugar, how many cups of flour will you use

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FlingFind the slope of the line passing through the points (1,5) and (4,-2).

Solve for X2/3 x +10/60 =100/60

A brownie recipe calls for 1 1/2 cups of flour and 1/2 cup of sugar. If you use 1 cup of sugar, how many cups of flour will you use

b. Last year some of their clients made a profit of at least 8%.

c. Last year more than half of their clients made a profit of at least 8%.

d. Last year at least one of their clients made a profit of more than 11%.

e. Last year at least one of their clients made a profit of exactly 8%.

f. None of the above statements is true.

**Answer:**

The answer is "**Option 2**".

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Please find the complete question in the attached file.

When there is a mean value k in a set of data. Otherwise, we will assert with certainty that at least one of the values is k. They can't say anything at all about the maximum or even the minimum using knowledge only. Nevertheless, we know that certain numbers cannot be over and that all numbers cannot be below than mean. Mean also no value throughout the data set must be equal.

None of the claims must necessarily be true based on the 8% average profit data provided. The information supplied does not specify individual profits, future profits, or the distribution of profits.

Based on the statement that the **investment company**'s clients on average, made a profit of 8% last year, none of the claims must necessarily be true. The key phrase here is that the **average profit** was 8% - this does not provide specific information about any individual client's profit.

Option a is not necessarily true because this statement makes assumptions about future profits, which cannot be ascertained from last year’s average profit. For option b: even if the average profit was 8%, it's possible that no single client made exactly 8%. Similar logic applies to option c. The average doesn't tell us the distribution of the data, so we cannot deduce that more than half the clients made a profit of at least 8%. For option d: we cannot confirm if at least one client made a profit of more than 11% purely based on the average profit figure of 8%. Lastly, for option e: it's possible, but not guaranteed, that at least one client made a profit of exactly 8%. Hence, the answer is option f: None of the above statements is true.

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and g(x)=x-9 then what is f(g(13))

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**f(g(13)) = ** ===2

**Answer:**

3

**Step-by-step explanation:no**

**Answer:**

the missing length is 5

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Since we are given similar triangles, we can simply use proportions to solve the problem:

we say that 2 is to side of length 4, the same as m is to side lengths 10. And in math terms:

5 because 4/2 is 2 and 10/2 is 5

**Answer:**

The temperature a t = 0 is 190 °F

The temperature a t = 1 is 100 °F

The temperature a t = 2 is 77.5 °F

It takes 1.5 hours to take the coffee to cool down to 85°F

It takes 2.293 hours to take the coffee to cool down to 75°F

**Step-by-step explanation:**

We know that the temperature in °F, of a cup of coffee t hours after it is set out to cool is given by the following equation:

**a)** To find the temperature a t = 0 you need to replace the time in the equation:

**b) **To find the temperature after 1 hour you need to:

**c)** To find the temperature after 2 hours you need to:

**d) **To find the time to take the coffee to cool down , you need to:

**e) **To find the time to take the coffee to cool down , you need to:

**Answer:**

63 dimes

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Set up a system of equations where **d is the number of dimes and q is the number of quarters:**

d + q = 106

0.1d + 0.25q = 17.05

Solve by **elimination** by multiplying the top equation by **-0.25** to eliminate q:

-0.25d - 0.25q = -26.5

0.1d + 0.25q = 17.05

**Add together and solve for d:**

-0.15d = -9.45

**d = 63**

**So, there were 63 dimes in the piggy bank**