Answer:
Yes, Marla is correct.

the bakers at healthy bakery can make 210 bagel in 10 hours. how many bagels can they bake in 20 hours?what was that rate per hour

$3.75 rounded to the nearest dollar

Write an equation to represent the statement: x over 5 is 1.08.Need help ASAP

5y-10=x in slope intercept form

Bernadette bought two piece of ribbon .one piece is 6 1/4 feet long,and the other is 11 1/2 feet long.find the total length of the ribbon.

$3.75 rounded to the nearest dollar

Write an equation to represent the statement: x over 5 is 1.08.Need help ASAP

5y-10=x in slope intercept form

Bernadette bought two piece of ribbon .one piece is 6 1/4 feet long,and the other is 11 1/2 feet long.find the total length of the ribbon.

9:45-9:10=35

she spent 35 minutes

she spent 35 minutes

She spent 35 minutes because 9:45 - 9:10 is 35.

The prices of **RacerZ **and the **Swiftee **bicycles are $142 and $154.78.

In Maths, the basic explanation of **multiplication **is adding a number, with respect to another number, repeatedly.

Given that, The **Speed monster's **price is $64.80. The **RacerZ **is $20 less than 2.5 times the price of the **Speed monster**. The **Swiftee **is 1.09 times the price of the **RacerZ**.

According to question,

Price of **RacerZ **= 2.5*64.80-20 = $142

Price of **Swiftee **= 142*1.09 = $154.78

Hence, The prices of **RacerZ **and the **Swiftee **bicycles are $142 and $154.78.

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The RacerZ costs $141 and the Swiftee costs $1410

1 over 36

1 over 6

1 over 2

I;m thinking its 1/6 but I'm not sure

It is 1/6 because you only have 6 beads in total meaning that you have a one out of 6 chance of pulling out the yellow bead

**Answer:**

it is 1/216

**Step-by-step explanation:**

1/6x1/6x1/6=1/216

**Tim began with 40 comics**

**Further explanation:**

The equation involve linear equation as there is only one object i.e. comic books

So,

Let x be the number of comic books Tim began with

Then after selling half comics Tim will have x/2 comics remaining

Now when he buys 16 more the expression will be:

He has total 36 books, then

Subtracting 16 from both sides

Multiplying 2 on both sides

**We can recheck, if he had 40, half of them will be 20 and adding 16 makes them 36.**

**Tim began with 40 comics**

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$1.6, 20% of $8 ($6.5+$1.5) is $1.6

**Answer:**

.30

**Step-by-step explanation:**

6.50+1.50+20%=8.30

6.50+1.50=8

8+.3=8.30

so 6.50+1.50+.30=8.30

you left .30 cent as a tip to the waiter.

Yes.

First we need to find out what the number of the rest of the class is. 24-13 is 11. So since 13 kids sold 150 each, we would need to multiply them, that would give us 1950. Then we need to find out the total of the 11 kids that sold 60 each. 60 times 11 is 660. Then we need to add 1950 and 660. That gives us 2610 tickets. That is more than 2000, so they reach their goal.

First we need to find out what the number of the rest of the class is. 24-13 is 11. So since 13 kids sold 150 each, we would need to multiply them, that would give us 1950. Then we need to find out the total of the 11 kids that sold 60 each. 60 times 11 is 660. Then we need to add 1950 and 660. That gives us 2610 tickets. That is more than 2000, so they reach their goal.