Quincy spends 5/8 of his pocket money on snacks to keep in his locker. Write the fraction 5/8 in decimal form. The decimal equivalent of 5/8 is ? Question solved general 10 months ago 4364

Sandra is cooking her famous brownies for her class. For her recipe, she needs 5/7 of a cup of sugar, and 1/8 as much salt as sugar. How much salt does she need for her recipe? Question solved general 10 months ago 1999

The area in square feet of a rectangular field is x^2-160x+6300. The width, in feet, is x-70. What is the length in feet?Would really appreciate if you explain, I need to know this for my final! Question solved general 10 months ago 3644

Find the balance in the account. $1,400 principal earning 6%, compounded semi-annually, after 10 years$2,507.19$29,680.00$2,528.56$1,468,006,400.00 Question solved general 10 months ago 8077

which statement is the most appropriate comparison of the spread Question solved general 10 months ago 3400

[tex]\frac{1}{x^2+3x-4} - \frac{1}{x^2-3x+2}[/tex][tex]\frac{3}{x^2-4} - \frac{x+5}{x+2}[/tex] Question solved general 10 months ago 8654

PLEASE HELP ME!!!! PLEASE!!!!!!!!At a diner, Sondra tells the server, “Give me one item from each column.” Gretchen says, “Give me one main dish and a vegetable.” Who has a greater probability of getting a meal that includessalmon? Explain.Table:Main Dish: Vegetable: Side:Pasta Carrots Tomato soupSalmon Peas Tossed saladBeef AsparagusPork Sweet potato Question solved general 10 months ago 4222

the measure of the seven angles in a nonagon measure 138, 154, 145, 132, 128, 147 and 130. if the two remaining angles are equal in measure, what is the measure of each angle Question solved general 10 months ago 9310

please help....There are 42 boys and girls participating in an essay-writing competition. Of the competitors, 21 are in seventh grade, 14 are in eighth grade, and 7 are in ninth grade. What is the probability of an eighth grader winning the competition? Which simulation(s) can be used to represent this situation?1.The probability is 1/3 . Simulate this situation by rolling a 6-sided die, with odd numbers representing seventh graders and even numbers representing eighth graders.2. The probability is 1/6 . Simulate this situation by picking a card from a deck of cards, with hearts representing seventh graders, diamonds representing eighth graders, and spades representing ninth graders.3. The probability is 1/3 . Simulate this situation by spinning a spinner with six equal sections, with one section representing ninth graders, two sections representing eighth graders, and three sections representing seventh graders.4. The probability is 1/6. Simulate this situation by using a number generator with numbers from 1 to 6, with 1 through 3 representing seventh graders, 4 and 5 representing eighth graders, and 6 representing ninth graders. Question solved general 10 months ago 8885

Suppose that you want to start a new business. You know that the revenue is a function of the number of widgets that your new company sells and that the cost is a function of the number of widgets that your new company produces. Given this information, what method would you use to solve for the break-even point? Explain what your answer means. Question solved general 10 months ago 5357

How many triangles can be constructed with angles measuring 10º, 80º, and 90º? Question solved general 10 months ago 7450

y and x have a proportional relationship, and y = 25 when x = 60. What is the value of x when y = 30? 25, 36, 50, 72 Question solved general 10 months ago 2641

Graph f(x)=2^x+1 and g(x)=−x+4 on the same coordinate plane. What is the solution to the equation f(x)=g(x) ?x = Question solved general 10 months ago 9429

I WILL MARK BRAINLIEST TO THE FIRST ANSWER!!!!The diagram represents the floor of a museum. The figure is made up of a rectangle and a triangle.What is the area of the floor?Enter your answer in the box. Question solved general 10 months ago 1273

1. Solve the system. {j+k=3j−k=7{j+k=3j−k=7 Use the substitution method. The solution is (5, −2)(5, −2). There is no solution. The solution is (8, 1)(8, 1) There are an infinite number of solutions. 2.Solve the system of equations. {y=2x−64x−2y=14{y=2x−64x−2y=14 Use the substitution method. The solution is (4, 14)(4, 14). The solution is (14, 4)(14, 4). There is no solution. There are an infinite number of solutions. 3. Solve the system of equations. {y=x−82x+3y=1{y=x−82x+3y=1 Use the substitution method. (2, −6)(2, −6) (4, −4)(4, −4) (0, −8)(0, −8) (5, −3) 4. What is the y Question solved general 10 months ago 6139

Isabella buys a digital camera and pays $7.20 in sales tax. The tax rate is 6%. What is the original cost of the camera? Question solved general 10 months ago 4387