Answer:
Jonathan spends more time playing video games because 3/5 of the time he is playing video games, while Lucas is only playing thirty minutes out of sixty, which simplifies into 1/2.Jonathan plays 60% of the time and Lucas plays 50%.(I overdid it a little sorry)

Answer:
The easiest way to explain this is by using an example. If both boys read and do homework for 10 hours:

Jonathan

5:3 = 10: 6 Jonathan will play video games for 6 hours.

Luca

2:1 = 10:5 Luca will play video games for 5 hours.

If both boys spend the same amount of time on homework and reading this week, Jonathan gets more time playing video games.

Jonathan

5:3 = 10: 6 Jonathan will play video games for 6 hours.

Luca

2:1 = 10:5 Luca will play video games for 5 hours.

If both boys spend the same amount of time on homework and reading this week, Jonathan gets more time playing video games.

A bag contains 42 cups of dog food. Your dog eats 2 1/3cups of dog food each day. Is there enough food to last 3 weeks?

The perimeter of the cover of a math textbook is 34 inches. if the width of the cover is 7 inches, what is the length of the cover?

Soup cost $10 for 3 cans. Josh spent $40 on soup. How many cans did he buy?

2/3 x 1/4 in simplest form

What is the percent of 8/8

The perimeter of the cover of a math textbook is 34 inches. if the width of the cover is 7 inches, what is the length of the cover?

Soup cost $10 for 3 cans. Josh spent $40 on soup. How many cans did he buy?

2/3 x 1/4 in simplest form

What is the percent of 8/8

**Answer:**

The required shaded figure is shown in Figure 2:

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Consider the provided statement.

You need to draw a figure and need to shade 100%

**Let us first draw a figure of circle as shown in Figure 1:**

Remember: You can draw any figure or shape for example: square, rectangle, triangle etc.

Now, it is given that we need to shade the figure that represents 100%.

100% of a figure is also know as the whole figure.

Thus, shade the whole figure. Where you can use any color in order to shade.

**The required shaded figure is shown in Figure 2:**

Draw anything and color the whole thing in. And should be described as "one whole" in words.

Hope this helps

**Answer:**

A) For the poster: length = 9 inches and width = 3 inches

B) For the banner: length = 10 inches and width = 2 inches

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A) The perimeter was given as 24 inches, so that;

P = 2 (l+w)

But, l = 3w, where w is the width. So that;

P = 2 (3w + w)

24 = 2 (4w)

24 = 8w

⇒ w = 3 inches

But, l = 3w = 3 × 3 = 9 inches

Therefore for the poster, length is 9 inches and width is 3 inches.

B) With the same value of perimeter, 24 inches:

p = 2 (l+w)

But, l = 5w, where w is the width. So that:

p = 2( 5w + w)

24 = 2 (6w)

24 = 12w

⇒ w = 2 inches

But, l = 5w = 5 × 2 = 10 inches

Therefore, for the banner, length is 10 inches and width is 2 inches.

"A poster is 3 times as long as it is wide"

This means that the length is three times larger than the width of the poster (which is in the shape of a rectangle).

"A banner is 5 times as long as it is wide"

This is exactly the same as the one for the poster, except the length of the banner is FIVE times larger than the width, instead of three.

"Both the banner and the poster have perimeter of 24 inches"

Both the banner and poster are rectangles. The formula for perimeter for rectangles is P = 2L + 2W (L = length, W = width).Perimeter of the Poster = 2L + 2WPerimeter of the Banner = 2L + 2WFor the poster, it was mentioned that the length is 3x larger than the width, so that must mean L = 3 * W = 3W. So therefore:Perimeter of the Poster = 2(3W) + 2W = 6W + 2W = 8W.For the banner, it was mentioned that the length is 5x larger than the width, so that must mean L = 5 * W = 5W. So therefore:Perimeter of the Banner = 2(5W) + 2W = 10W + 2W = 12W.So we found our perimeters, which are 8W for the poster and 12W for the banner. But the question also states that BOTH perimeters are 24 inches. So we must set 8W equal to 24 and 12W equal to 24.8W = 24W = 3 inches (For the poster)12W = 24W = 2 inches (For the banner)So we found our widths of both the poster AND the banner. Now we just need to find the lengths. But remember how I stated earlier that the length for the poster is 3W (L = 3W)? And for the banner, it's L = 5W? We can use that to find the lengths since we already know values for the widths.For the poster:L = 3W = 3(3) = 9 inchesFor the banner:L = 5W = 5(2) = 10 inchesSo the poster has a length of 9 inches and width of 3 inches, and the banner has a length of 10 inches and a width of 2 inches

1 plan- 4×28 I think that is the only way

like this?

a) (1/4)+(1/4)

b) (1/4)+(2/4)

c) (3/10)+(6/10)

a) (1/4)+(1/4)

b) (1/4)+(2/4)

c) (3/10)+(6/10)

32/6 = 16/3 = 5.33

.75 x 5.33 = 4 cups of rye flour.

.75 x 5.33 = 4 cups of rye flour.

4 cups to make 32 rolls

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

x = band songs

y = chorus songs

x + y < = 15 (thats less then or equal to)

5x + 3y < = 60 (thats less then or equal)