Answer:
You are the number 124.1

Answer:
124.1 is the number you want

What are the slope and the y-intercept of the linear function that is represented by the equation y=-10x+1

Which choice is NOT a way to find 9 ÷ 4?A- 9/4 (these are fractions by the way) B- 9 x (times) 1/4 C- 1/4 0f 9 D- 1/9 of 4 Please help me!

What is the solution of the equation below? x+8.63=11.001

17-2c for c = 7 what is the answer

Which inequality has the solution n <5?A. 4n + 11 > -9 B. 4n + 11 < -9 C. -4n +11 < -9 D. -4n + 11 > -9 (Please show your work:) )

Which choice is NOT a way to find 9 ÷ 4?A- 9/4 (these are fractions by the way) B- 9 x (times) 1/4 C- 1/4 0f 9 D- 1/9 of 4 Please help me!

What is the solution of the equation below? x+8.63=11.001

17-2c for c = 7 what is the answer

Which inequality has the solution n <5?A. 4n + 11 > -9 B. 4n + 11 < -9 C. -4n +11 < -9 D. -4n + 11 > -9 (Please show your work:) )

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

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 **enough****gas** 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!

Hope that helps!

The answer would be: 1 Foot= 0.3 meters.

1 foot = 0.3048 meters

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.

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.

A.z = 16

B. z = 80

C. z = 13

D. z = 5

**Answer:**

A. z = 16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Multiply both sides by 20 isolate the variable z.

Multiplying by 20 will give us 16.

Therefore, z is equal to 16.

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given

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Multiply both sides by 20 to clear the fractions

16 = z → A

Can u show the example cause I remember learning this but I forgot how to do it

15x-6=10.5x+3 I think this should be correct

Mr. Swenson started a trip of 250 miles with a full tank of fuel.

Abouthow much fuel remained at the end of the trip?

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**

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 =

16.5 gallons * 24.3 miles = 400.95 miles

400.95 miles - 250 miles = 150.95 miles

150.95 miles / 24.3 miles =