I have 1 hundreds, 4 ones, 2 tens, and 1 tenths. What number am I?

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Answer 1
Answer: You are the number 124.1
Answer 2
Answer: 124.1 is the number you want

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Harriet has 3/4 tank of gas left in her car. if she needs 1/4 tank to go to her friends house and another 1/4 tank to get back home,does she have enough gas? explain your answer

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Harriet has enoughgas to make the trip to her friend's house and back without needing to refuel her car.

What is Fraction?

A fraction represents a part of a whole.

Given that Harriet has 3/4 tank of gas left in her car.

She needs 1/4 tank to go to her friends house and another 1/4 tank to get back home.

We need to check whether she has enough gas for her trip.

Since Harriet has 3/4 of a tank of gas left, she has 1/4 of a tank already used.

She needs another 1/4 of a tank to go to her friend's house and another 1/4 of a tank to get back home.

Altogether, she needs 1/4 + 1/4 = 1/2 of a tank for the round trip.

Hence, Harriet has enoughgas to make the trip to her friend's house and back without needing to refuel her car.

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Ok so if you add the two 1/4's you will find how much gas she needs total to complete the trip. So do 1/4 + 1/4 and get 1/2. Next you can see that 3/4 is larger than 1/2, so she has enough gas.
Hope that helps!

How many meters are in a foot

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The answer would be: 1 Foot= 0.3 meters.
1 foot =  0.3048 meters

Find k if (x-3) is a factor of k^(2) x^(2) -kx-2. 

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k can be (-1/3) or (2/3).
since (x-3) is a factor. if you put x=3 in the equation, it must be equal to zero. So the equation becomes (9k2 - 3k -2 = 0). if you solve this you will get k=(-1/3) and k=(2/3). You can substitute this k in the original equation and check, (x-3) is a factor.

Solve for z in the problem below:4/5 = z/20

A.z = 16

B. z = 80

C. z = 13

D. z = 5

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Answer:

A. z = 16

Step-by-step explanation:

Multiply both sides by 20 isolate the variable z.

(4)/(5) *(z)/(20)

(4)/(5) *20 = (z)/(20) *20

z = (4)/(5) *20

Multiplying (4)/(5) by 20 will give us 16.

(4)/(5) *(20)/(1) = (80)/(5)= 16

Therefore, z is equal to 16.

Answer:

A

Step-by-step explanation:

Given

(4)/(5) = (z)/(20)

Multiply both sides by 20 to clear the fractions

16 = z → A

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Can u show the example cause I remember learning this but I forgot how to do it
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The fuel tank in Mr. Swenson’s car holds 16.5 gallons of fuel.The car consumes 1 gallon of fuel for each 24.3 miles driven.
Mr. Swenson started a trip of 250 miles with a full tank of fuel.
Abouthow much fuel remained at the end of the trip?

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Given:
Fuel tank : 16.5 gallons of fuel
1 gallon = 24.3 miles
250 miles traveled

250 miles / 24.3 miles = 10.29 
10.29 * 1 gallon = 10.29 gallons

16.5 gallons - 10.29 gallons = 6.21 gallons of fuel remaining. 

16.5 gallons * 24.3 miles = 400.95 miles
400.95 miles - 250 miles = 150.95 miles
150.95 miles / 24.3 miles = 6.21 gallons of fuel remaining