Second option, just do Pemdas backwards.

## Related Questions

A restaurant wants to study how well its salads sell. The circle graph shows the sales over the past few days. If 35 of the salads sold were Caesar salads, how many total salads did the restaurant​ sell?

50

Step-by-step explanation:

From the circle graph :

Caesar = 70%

Garden = 16%

Taco = 14%

If 35 of the salad sold were Caesar ;

Then ; this means

70% = 35

Total salad sold %= (70+16+14)% = 100%

Let total sales = x

70% = 35

100% = x

Cross multiply :

70% * x = 100% * 35

0.7x = 35

x = 35 / 0.7

x = 50

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It’s 9 because 4+5 is 9

y = mx+b is where you use the X-axis point and Y-AXIS point and plug it into the equation and find the y-axis using the x-axis times the slope and then you find b which is the remaining y-axis height, and you get your answer

Step-by-step explanation:

y 2 -y 1 can be any order as long as the x2 is with the y2 and same for x1.

Does anyone have the answer for question 18?

Step-by-step explanation:

Missing letter
H,I,I, K, J,M, _, O,L, Q
What is the missing letter

n

Step-by-step explanation:

N?

N and P?

Step-by-step explanation:

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What is a rate in math?

A rate is a ratio between two related quantities.

Step-by-step explanation:

Often, the rate has associated units. Often, the word "per" is used to separate the quantities of the ratio, as in "miles per hour" or "dollars per gallon". In this context, "per" means "divided by."

If the units of the quantities are the same, they cancel, and the rate is a "pure number" (a number with no units). A tax rate, for example, is some number of dollars per dollar, a pure number, often expressed as a percentage.

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Unit rates

A "unit rate" is a rate in which one of the quantities is 1 unit. Usually, that is the denominator quantity. A rate that is not a unit rate can be made to be a unit rate by carrying out the division of the numbers.

For example, 3 dollars for 2 pounds (\$3/(2#)) is expressed as the unit rate \$1.50 per pound.

Some years ago, grocery stores began putting unit rates on price tags so that prices could be compared more easily (at least some of the time). Sometimes the comparison is complicated by different units being used for similar products.

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Percentages

A percentage is the ratio of similar measurements, expressed with a denominator of 100. ("Cent" means "hundred" in "per cent.") The "/100" in the ratio is generally abbreviated as the symbol "%". Since the ratio is of quantities with similar units, it is a pure number.

Occasionally, you will find the idea of "percent" used to relate quantities that are measured differently. For example, a drug that has a concentration of x mg/(100 mL) may be specified as an x% solution.

The proportion of items of significantly different density may be specified either by weight or by volume. That is a mixture that is x% "by weight" may be y% "by volume" (x≠y). The choice of weight or volume will generally depend on the typical way an amount of the mixture is measured.

Step-by-step explanation:

La tasa es un coeficiente que expresa la relación entre la cantidad y la frecuencia de un fenómeno o un grupo de números. Se utiliza para indicar la presencia de una situación que no puede ser medida en forma directa.

How do I write an equation for line l in point-slope and slope-intercept form? L is parallel to y=3x

The required point-slope and slope-intercept form of the line is y + 3 = 3 (x - 4) and y = 3x - 15 respectively.

### What is the slope of the line?

The slope of the line is a tangent angle made by line with horizontal. i.e. m =tanx where x in degrees.

Here,
Given line = y = 3x
The slope of the above line is,
m = 3
Line L parallel to line y = 3 x
so the slope of both lines will be the same,
Now,
The equation line passes through the point (4, -3),
Point slope form of the line,
y - y₁  = m (x - x₁)
y + 3 = 3 (x - 4)
y =3x - 12 -3
y = 3x - 15

Thus, the required point-slope and slope-intercept form of the line is y + 3 = 3 (x - 4) and y = 3x - 15 respectively.