Cara's Flower Arrangements

White 3 6 9 12 15

Yellow 5 10 15 20 25

Hector's Flower Arrangements

White 4 8 12 16 20

Yellow 6 10 14 18 22

Part A

Are the numbers of white and yellow flowers in Cara's arrangements proportional?

Which equation relates the number of white flowers, w, to the number of yellow flowers, y?

A. Yes; y=35w

B. Yes; y=53w

C. No; y=3w+5w

D. No; y=5+3w

Part B

Are the numbers of white and yellow flowers in Hector's arrangements proportional?

Write an equation to relate the number of white flowers, h, to the number of yellow flowers, e.

A. Yes; e=32h

B. Yes; e=23h

C. No; e=h+2

D. No; e=h−2

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Part A

Yes, there is a proportional relationship in Cara's. For every 5 yellow flowers, there are 3 white flowers. 5:3. I didn't see an equation that would work for the equation in the question. The equation I found on my own would be 5w/3 = y

Part B

There is no proportional relationship in Hector's. The equation would be e=h-2.

50 Points!

Two cars are traveling down the highway at the same speed. If the first car increases its speed by 10 kilometers per hour, and the second car decreases its speed by 10 kilometers per hour, then the first car will travel the same distance in two hours that the second car travels in three hours. What is the original speed of the cars?

**Answer:
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**50mph
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**Step-by-step explanation:
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**Say for example car A increases by 10 miles per hour and car B decreases by 10 miles per hour. If car A2 = car B3 then by eliminating a few numbers and finally get to 50 you get the following equation.
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**A = 50+10
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**b = 50-10
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**A = 60
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**B = 40
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**A2 = 120
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**B3 = 120
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**120 = 120**

**Answer**

**50 mph**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**3(s-10)=2(s+10)**

**3s-30=2s+20**

**s=50**

1) Answer two questions from system A and B

System A=

8x-3y=0

2x+7y=3

System B=

8x-3y=0

8x+28y=12

A. Replace one equation with a multiple of itself

B. Replace one equation with a multiple of the other equation

C. Replace one equation with itself where the same quantity is added to both sides

D. Replace one equation with itself where a quantity is added to only one side

2) Based on the previous answer, are the systems equivalent? In other words, do they have the same solution?

A. Yes

B. NO

**Answer:**

ITS GONNAAAA BE A I DID THIS LAST YEAR

**Step-by-step explanation:**

bobby has two poatatos he wants more so he pick 100 mor he sharees them amongst three friends EQUALY how many poatatos does each friend get?

**Answer:**

34

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If bobby already has 2 potatoes and picks 100 more, then he already has 102 potatoes. Now all you have to do is divide 102 by 3, which would be 34. If bobby is included with the friends, then all four of them would get 25.5 potatoes.

**Answer: The answer is each friend gets 34 potatos **

**Step-by-step explanation: Each friend get 34 potatos because he first had 2 and then he picks 100 more so now he has 102. All you have to do know is divide 102 by 3 and you will get 34.**

which expression uses the commutative property to make it easier to evaluate 1/6 • 5/7 • 18?

It’s A, Because if you do KCF (Keep Change Flip) It would be 1/6 X 7/5.

Find the missing value in each row. Use the percent equation.

Interest =115

Time =1

Principal =50

Rate =%1.5

Time =1

Principal =50

Rate =%1.5

115

1

50

1.5

hope that helps !

1

50

1.5

hope that helps !

A restaurant sells burritos for $8.00 each. The cost of the meat is $1.50 and the cost of the other ingredients is $1.00 for each burrito. Money made from selling burritos is positive. The cost of making burritos is negative. Profit is the money left after paying the costs.

How much profit would the restaurant make by selling 100 burritos?

What is the cost of making one burrito? (Remember that costs are negative.) Explain how you found your answer.

Write your answer in the space below.

**Answer:
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Profit for 100 burritos: $550

Cost to make one burrito: $2.50**
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**Step-by-step explanation:
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If a restaurant sells burritos for $8, that's a positive 8 dollars they earned. Then, we need to find what the cost was to make the burrito. If the meat is 1.50 and the cost for all the other ingredients is 1 dollar, then they lose 2.50 for every 8 dollars they make (for each burrito). So, to find the profit in one burrito, we would add -2.5+8, giving us an answer of 5.5. So, they earn 5 dollars and 50 cents each burrito and lose $2.50.

Now, we need to find the profit of 100 burritos

If one burrito is $5.50 in profit, then we take that amount and multiply it by 100. This is to make the illitsratution of selling 100 burritos. So, 5.50*100 would be 550! They would make $550 for 100 burritos, and lose 250 dollars on all of the burrito ingredients.

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the answer is 550 and 2.50

I shall give the right answer brainliest

**Answer:**

A. [tex]-\frac{1}{9}[/tex]

**Step-by-step explanation:**

-([tex]3^-^5[/tex])([tex]3^3[/tex]) = [tex]-\frac{1}{9}[/tex]

please let me know if I am wrong.

hope this helped.

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

[tex]-\left(3^{-5}\right)\left(3^3\right)[/tex]

[tex]\mathrm{Apply\:exponent\:rule}:\quad \:a^b\cdot \:a^c=a^{b+c}[/tex]

[tex]3^{-5}\cdot \:3^3=3^{-5+3}[/tex]

= [tex]-3^{-5}\cdot \:3^3[/tex]

[tex]\mathrm{Add/Subtract\:the\:numbers:}\:-5+3=-2[/tex]

[tex]=-3^{-2}[/tex]

= [tex]\mathrm{Apply\:exponent\:rule}:\quad \:a^{-b}=\frac{1}{a^b}[/tex]

[tex]3^{-2}=\frac{1}{3^2}[/tex]

= [tex]=-\frac{1}{3^2}[/tex]

[tex]3^2=9[/tex]

= [tex]=-\frac{1}{9}[/tex]

Help please....If you can, draw on the attachments.

**Answer:**

Problem 3: Just 33 draw 4 boxes of 11 and one with 11

Problem 4: 30

Problem 5: Naomi

**Step-by-step explanation:**

For problem three since you are multiplying the same equation by 4 its basically (2+9)+3(2+9) so you can just cancel out the 2+9 from both and you are left with 3(2+9) which is just 33

For problem 4 100-(12x4)=52 and 10+(3x4) = 22 and when you subtract the two (52-22) you get 30

For problem 5 you get 18 with your equation and so since Carlos' equation gets 9 and Miranda gets 24 and Will gets 35 the only one left is Naomi which also gets 18 just like you.

Evaluate the expressions. Write your answer as a single base with a positive exponent.

a^-10x a8

(b^-7)^2x b^6

the answer is 8a^{-10x+1}. come on

can some on please help me

**Answer:**

See below:

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Hi!

It seems like you have two answers in the boxes already, but it is not correct.

Firstly, you cannot tell mean from a box plot. The first box should be moved to the last category.

Your second boxes seems to be correct though.

As far as the remaining boxes, I can help with those too!

**Median**: The median is identifiable in a box plot, as the line in the boxes themselves are the medians. The medians do line up, therefore they belong in **category 1**.

**Minimum**: This is the value that is the *least. *We can tell this from a box plot, by looking at the most left line, or the "whiskers", as some teachers call them. For our box plots, the minimum is 4. They line up exactly. Therefore, this box should go in the **first category.**

**IQR**: The IQR "measures the spread of the middle half of your data". In these box plots, the IQR is different. Therefore, it belongs in the **second category.**

**Mode**: This is the value that appears most often in a set of data values. You cannot tell this from a box plot. Therefore, it belongs in the **last category. **

I hope I could help!

To be honest man I don’t know wat your doing

Pls help me with this math.

Answer: Step 3 is wrong.

Step-by-step explanation: Michael changed the value of -6x to a positive 6x. He should keep the negative sign. This will change the solution into a positive instead of a negative 1/3.

Step three is wrong

Help me please---I'm so confused right now

**Answer:**

3.50 x 52 = $182 is the answer.

**Answer:**

$182

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If he keeps paying $3.50 each week on chips weekly, he will spend $182 on chips in 52 weeks.

Hope this helps.

Students on the softball team earned $295 from a car wash. How many team banners can they buy if each banner costs $8? Explain how you interpreted the remainder.

**Answer:**

37 banners (Or 36 since it would cause 1 dollar off.)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The reason why the teams would be able to buy this much is because if we divide 8 and 295, to which it would give the number 36.

round the number 36.875 you can round them up 37

At the pizza parlor 68% of the pizzas made had extra cheese. If 17 pizzas had extra cheese, how many total pizzas were made?

**Answer:**

4

**Step-by-step explanation:**

68÷17=4

4x17=68

You can do 17+17+17+17

Or this 4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4+4

I struggled with these as u can see, but pls answer all 3 questions and show how you set all the problems up (ill be giving brainliest)

**Answer:**

1+1-2 its 2

**Step-by-step explanation:**

4 because you need to know it’s 345

A bicycle manufacturing company makes a particular type of bike. Each child bike requires 4 hours to build and 4 hours to test. Each adult bike requires 6 hours to build and 4 hours to test. With the number of workers, the company is able to have up to 120 hours of building time and 100 hours of testing time for a week. If c represents child bikes and a represents adult bikes, can the company build 10 child bikes and 12 adult bikes in a week (1 point) No, because the bike order does not meet the restrictions of 4c + 6a ≤ 120 and 4c + 4a ≤ 100 No, because the bike order does not meet the restrictions of 4c + 4a ≤ 120 and 6c + 4a ≤ 100 Yes, because the bike order meets the restrictions of 4c + 6a ≤ 120 and 4c + 4a ≤ 100 Yes, because the bike order meets the restrictions of 4c + 4a ≤ 120 and 6c + 4a ≤ 100

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

4c + 6a < = 120 ...4(20) + 6(6) = 116 <== correct

4c + 4a < = 100....4(20) + 4(6) = 104 <== incorrect

What is m% of n?? Helpp please

**Answer:**

**m% of n is mn/100.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Begin with a concrete example: What is 5% of n?

To answer this, rewrite 5% as 0.05 and multiply n by this 0.05.

Now revert to m% of n: Divide m% by 100% and multiply n by this m/100.

**m% of n is mn/100.**

m% of n is mn/100 i was supposed to be learning this next year but my teacher already is teaching us

what is 1+1-1

its a test and its impossible to solve

**Answer:**

1

**Step-by-step explanation:**

lol its 1 cool question

A cookie recipe calls for ¾ cup of sugar. You have the

following measuring cups: 1 cup, ½ cup, ⅓ cup, ¼ cup, ⅛ cup, and a tablespoon (which is 1/16 cup).

Suppose your ¼ cup is missing. How would you measure ¾ cups of sugar using at least two of the other measuring cups? Show your work.

**Answer:**

1/2 cup and 2 1/8 of a cup

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**1/8 +1/8=1/4**

**1/2 is equaled to 2/4 **

**so 2/4+1/4=3/4**

You need 3/4 cup of sugar and your 1/4 is missing

First use the 1/2 cup which is equal to 2/4

Now a tablespoon is 1/16 of a cup, so use 4 table spoons, which is 1/4 of a cup

You finally have 3/4 cups of sugar because you have 1/2 cups of sugar and 4/6 cup of sugar

First use the 1/2 cup which is equal to 2/4

Now a tablespoon is 1/16 of a cup, so use 4 table spoons, which is 1/4 of a cup

You finally have 3/4 cups of sugar because you have 1/2 cups of sugar and 4/6 cup of sugar

Each cube in this solid figure is a unit cube.

What is the volume of this solid figure?

Enter your answer in the box.

**Answer:**

18 units cubed. (18units³) also, replace 'units' with whatever units you were given (cm, inches, etc.)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

(the answer below is assuming each cube has a length of one unit. If they have a different length, then multiply the final answer by the length squared) (answer x length x length)

answer: there are six rows of cubes with 3 cubes in each row each. Each cube is 1x1, so 6 x 3 x 1 x 1 = 18. (with units): 18units³

also, replace 'units' with whatever units you were given (cm, inches, etc.)

The cube is 18 units but replace it with whatever u were given

Two containers designed to hold water are side by side, both in the shape of a cylinder. Container A has a radius of 13 feet and a height of 14 feet. Container B has a radius of 10 feet and a height of 18 feet. Container A is full of water and the water is pumped into Container B until Conainter B is completely full.

After the pumping is complete, what is the volume of water remaining in Container A, to the nearest tenth of a cubic foot?

**Answer:**

The percentage ≅ 48.4%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The volume of water left in container A = 2197π - 1134π = 1063π feet³

* To find the percentage of the water that is full after pumping

is complete, divide the volume of water left in container A

by the original volume of the container multiplied by 100

∴ The percentage = (1063π/2197π) × 100 = 48.3841 ≅ 48.4%

include a step by step explanation pls ty

the division problem is 7 divided by 15. this can be written as 7/15. to do this, you first know that 15 doesn't go into 7, so you add a decimal point, and make the 7 70. 15 goes into 70 4 times. 15 times 4 is 60. 70-60 is 10. 15 doesn't go into 10, so you add another 0 and bring it down. 15 goes into 100 6 times. 15 times 6 is 90. 100-90 is 10. 15 doesn't go into 10, so you bring down another 0. 15 goes into 100 6 times. 15 times 6 is 90. 100-90 is 10. at this point, you can probably guess that the 6 will go on for a while. this means it is repeating. this means your answer is "a".

Antony buys one pound of oranges for $12 and sells it for $14. How can he write the profit in his account book?

A.

+$2

B.

+$14

C.

$14

D.

-$2

E.

-$12

**Answer:**

A

**Step-by-step explanation:**

it is because the profit =SP-CP

=14-12 =2

Answer : A

Step by step 12+2 =14

Step by step 12+2 =14

Solve for x:

x³=23

Choose all that apply:

∛23

3

1

23/3

your answer is A. I have attached a photo of an explanation

**Answer:**

A and D. [tex]\sqrt[3]{23}[/tex] and 23/3.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

That exponent on the x works for A, and division also works for D.

hope this helped.

plz let me know if I am wrong.

A Karen's car is shown below.Which is closest to the distance traveled, in feet, after 3 full rotations of the tire? use pi = 22/7.

**Answer: This is approximately 3.14**

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Awnser this is aprox 3.14

Pls help me on this

Answer:500

Step-by-step explanation:So first u mutiply by 100 then divide by 90

help me please and thanks

**Answer:**

two

**Step-by-step explanation:**

on edge

Answer: 2

Step by step explanation:

Step by step explanation:

Please help me!!! ASAP!

**B. For every 3 rabbits there are 8 total animals.**

**Answer:**

the answer is b

3 and 8 times two equals 6 and 16

Ramona went to a theme park during spring break. She was there for 6 hours and rode 12 rides. At what rate did Ramona ride rides in rides per hour?

**Answer:**

2 rides per hour

**Step-by-step explanation:**

2 per hour because she was there 6 hours so if you divide 12 by 6 you get two

If you spin the spinner 24 times, what is the best prediction possible for the number of times it will land on pink?

**Answer:**

6 times

**Step-by-step explanation:**

24 / 4 = 6

I don’t know maybe 12

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