What are the next three numbers in this pattern 1,2,3,5,8


Answer 1
Answer: just add the two previous numbers together
13, 21, 34
Answer 2
Answer: 13, 21, 34 are the next three numbers

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B: -5/4

Step-by-step explanation:

Starting from the point on the left at (-3,-2), you go to the left 4 which is the positive direction, and down 5 which is the negative direction. This brings you to the other point at (1,-3).

Hope this helps! :)

Answer: b:=5/4..............

A lawn sprinkler spins in a circle. The sprinkler covers a radius of 4 feet. Which choice is the closest to the area of lawn that the sprinkler can cover?



The correct answer is 50 feet

Step-by-step explanation:

Area= r^2*π = 4^2*π= 16π.

The final answer is 16π ft^2~

At an airshow, 8 skydivers were released from a plane in a circle formation. Each skydiver was connected to each of the other skydivers with a separate pieces of ribbon. How many pieces of ribbon were used in the skydiving act?


The total number of pieces of ribbons that were used in the skydiving act is 28 ribbons

What are Combinations?

The number of ways of selecting r objects from n unlike objects is:

The equation for combination is

ⁿCₓ = n! / ( ( n - x )! x! )


n = total number of objects

x = number of choosing objects from the set

Given data ,

The total number of skydivers in the plane n = 8 skydivers

Each  skydiver was connected to each of the other skydivers with a separate pieces of ribbon

So , the number of choosing skydivers x = 2

Now , the total number of ribbons used is calculated by combination

So , the equation is

ⁿCₓ = n! / ( ( n - x )! x! )

Substitute the value of n and x in the equation , we get

⁸C₂ = 8! / ( ( 8 - 2 )! x 2! )

      = 8! / ( 6! x 2! )

      = 8 x 7 / 2 x 1

      = 56 / 2

      = 28 ribbons

Hence , The total number of pieces of ribbons that were used in the skydiving act is 28 ribbons

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Step-by-step explanation:

If a ribbon connects two skydivers, and there are 8 skydivers total, then we can do 8C2, which is equal to (8*7)/2, which is equal to 28. An alternate solution is to think of it this way. Skydiver 1 is connected to everyone else, which is 7 other people. Skydiver 2 is connected to everyone else but Skydiver 1, which is 6 other people. This goes on until Skydiver 8 is already connected with everyone. So we have 7+6+5+4+3+2+1+0, which is also equal to 28.

Wesley lives in a apartment and would like to have a vegetable garden. His city offers garden plots,but he has to pay for the fencing.Use A=lw


Plot A
A = 204 ft^2; L = 20 ft; H = 10.2 ft; P = 60.4 ft
Plot B
A = 204.48 ft^2; L= 12.78 ft; H = 12 ft; P = 57.56 ft
Plot C
A = 204.49 ft^2; L = 14.3 ft; H = 14.3 ft; P = 57.2 ft

Most fencing Plot A
Greatest area Plot C

The total rainfall in forks , washington, october was 8 3/8 in. in september ,60% less rainfall fell in October how much rain fell in spetember in forks, washington?

express your awnswer in simplest form


Rainfall in October in Forks, Washington = 8 3/8 inches
                                                                 = 67/8 inches
Percentage of rainfall that has fallen less in September in Forks, Washington = 60%
Let us assume the amount of rainfall in September in Forks, Washington = x
100x/60 = 67/8
10x/6 = 67/8
5x/3 = 67/8
5x * 8 = 67 * 3
40x = 201
x = 201/40
   = 5 1/40 inches
So the amount of rainfall in September in Washinton is 5 1/40 inches.

Andrew Shapiro has a single membership in his company’s medical insurance program. The total cost is $5,360 annually and his employer pays 75% of the total cost. He also pays for the optional annual dental premium of $600 and the optional vision premium of $200 per year. His contribution is deducted monthly from his paycheck. How much is Andrew’s monthly deduction?




Step-by-step explanation:

Let's calculate Andrew's total yearly costs first.

The cost of the program is $5,360 annually, which is paid at 75% by the employer.

So, how much does the basic plan costs to Andrew per year?

He has to pay the remaining 25% so 25% of $5,360 is $1,340

He then chose to enroll in the dental and vision premium plans:

Dental: $600

Vision: $200

So, in total, Andrew's costs are $1,340 + $600 + $200 = $2,140

Assuming he pays that in equal payments each month, his monthly cost/deduction will be: $2,140 / 12 = $178,33