Match the correct statement with the appropriate person's survey.

Answer:

**Answer: **

**Top Box: 164 respondents answered yes**

**Middle Box: 69 respondents answered yes **

**Bottom Box : 126 respondents answered yes **

What is 10 - 4 and 2/3?

A new energy drink advertises 106 calories for 8oz. How many calories are in 12oz of the drink?

What fraction is less than 1/2

how doi do 1 only? i honestly don't know how to do it. first one to answer is brainliest. if you mind plz also send me the answers for 1 b and c. thx

Jillian’s school is selling tickets for a play. The tickets cost $10.50 for adults and $3.75 for students. The ticket sales for opening night totaled $2071.50. The equation , where a is the number of adult tickets sold and b is the number of student tickets sold, can be used to find the number of adult and student tickets. If 82 students attended, how may adult tickets were sold?

A new energy drink advertises 106 calories for 8oz. How many calories are in 12oz of the drink?

What fraction is less than 1/2

how doi do 1 only? i honestly don't know how to do it. first one to answer is brainliest. if you mind plz also send me the answers for 1 b and c. thx

Jillian’s school is selling tickets for a play. The tickets cost $10.50 for adults and $3.75 for students. The ticket sales for opening night totaled $2071.50. The equation , where a is the number of adult tickets sold and b is the number of student tickets sold, can be used to find the number of adult and student tickets. If 82 students attended, how may adult tickets were sold?

If you would like to know what percent of earnings did Jon pay in entertainment expenses, you can calculate this using the following steps:

**x% of $38000 is $6840**

**x% * 38000 = 6840**

x/100 * 38000 = 6840

x * 380 = 6840 /380

**x = 6840 / 380**

**x = 18%**

The correct result would be**18%**.

x/100 * 38000 = 6840

x * 380 = 6840 /380

The correct result would be

18% of his earnings went towards entertainment expenses. I used the "is over of equals percent over 100" formula. I then cross multiply then divide. My work is shown.

Yes because 2 time 7 is 14 so you have 7 into two different

yes you can becuase seven times two equal fourteen you will have two groups of seven

18 is the answer

and i am just typing so i can submit

and i am just typing so i can submit

Something times 2 equals 36

now let say that X is the number missing

Replace x by something

x*2-36

2x=36

Divide both sides by 2

x= 18

I hope that's help :)

another way you can do that is to divide 36 by 2 and it will be 18

I hope that's help and if you have questions please ask ;)

16 1/2 is the answer

16 1/2 is the answer

**Answer:**

The length is 65 cm and the width is 12 cm

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A = lw = 780

P = 2 (l+w) = 154

The length is 5 more than 5 times the width

l=5w+5

P = 2 (l+w) = 154

Divide each side by 2

2 /2 (l+w) = 154/2

l+w = 77

Substituting l = 5w+5

5w+5 +w = 77

6w+5 = 77

Subtract 5 from each side

6w +5-5 = 77-5

6w = 72

Divide each side by 6

6w/6 = 72/6

w = 12

Now lets find l

l = 5w+5

l = 5(12)+5

l = 60+5

l = 65

The 2 ratios are almost equivalent, but not quite. In order to tell if they are equivalent, there are a number of ways but the 2 most common are 1, finding the decimal equivalent of the fraction, and 2, finding the scale factor.

1: Take 16, divide by 14. You should get something around 1.142. Take 64, divide by 60. You should get something around 1.066666.... Not equivalent.

2: Find the scale factor between the 2. To find scale factor, divide the larger numerator and larger denominator by the smaller numerator and smaller numerator. 64/16, 60/14. Not equal.

1: Take 16, divide by 14. You should get something around 1.142. Take 64, divide by 60. You should get something around 1.066666.... Not equivalent.

2: Find the scale factor between the 2. To find scale factor, divide the larger numerator and larger denominator by the smaller numerator and smaller numerator. 64/16, 60/14. Not equal.

16:14 =16/14

64:60=64/60

16/14=64/60

(We r doing the cross thing)

16x60=14x64

960=896

Is 960 equivalent (equal) to 869 ? No .

So they r not equivalent because the result is not the same.

64:60=64/60

16/14=64/60

(We r doing the cross thing)

16x60=14x64

960=896

Is 960 equivalent (equal) to 869 ? No .

So they r not equivalent because the result is not the same.