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What is three tenths plus three fifths
Solve, by factorising, the equation 8x(squared) - 30x - 27 = 0
1) 6x+7y=-9 -4x-5y=5
Graph the line for this problem: y=3x+6
Julia has $80. She wants to purchase a nail paint set for $16 ans earrings. She spends the rest of the money on earrings. Each pair of earrings cost $8. Write an inequality for the number of pairs of earrings she can purchase?
3. Factor. 9x2 + 15x (Points : 1) x(3x + 5) 3x(3x + 5) 9x(x + 5) 3x2(3x + 5)Question 4.4. Factor. 20mn − 30m (Points : 1) 2m − 3 10m(2n − 3) 10mn(2m + 3n) 10n(2m − 3) Question 5.5. Factor. 8x2y2 − 4x2y − 12xy (Points : 1) 4(2xy − 4x2y − 12xy) 4(8x2y2 − x − 12xy) 4x2y2(2xy − xy −3) 4xy(2xy − x − 3)
42 IS 21% OF WHAT NUMBER
Maya works 16 hours per month at her part-time job earning $6.75 per hour. She earns some additional money house sitting for neighbors and friends. Maya charges $30 per day to house sit if there are no pets. If the house sitting includes pets, then she charges $40 per day. Last month, Maya spent 3 days house sitting with no pets and 5 days house sitting with pets. What is the total amount of earnings Maya had for the month? a. $270b. $290c. $378d. $398
Substiution method: y + 9 = 1/5x and 45 - 3y = -15x
“You can earn money by tutoring for $8 per hour and by walking dogs for $7.50 per hour. You have 15 h available to work. What is the greatest number of hours you can spend walking dogs and still make at least $115?”
A man spent exactly $2.50 on 3¢, 6¢, and 10¢ stamps. If he bought ten 3¢ stamps and twice as many 6¢ stamps as 10¢ stamps, how many 10¢ stamps did he buy?
If pencils sell at 6 for 59 cents how many pencils can be bought for 2.95
The larger of two numbers is ten more than twice the smaller number. The sum of the numbers is forty. What is the original number? Sole and Check.
98 divided by 7 please show how
Factor: 6x+36= problem
The museum’s show for July features 30 oil paintings by different artists. All artists show the same number of paintings and each artist shows more than 1 painting. How many artists could be featured in the show?
If you are paid $23.25 per hour, what is your annual salary? (Assume you work 40 hours each week of the year. )
What 2 numbers add up to get 17 and multiply to get 42?
Which graph represents the equation y=2x-1?
Tickets for a school play cost $4 for adults and $2 per students. At the endof the play, the school sold 105 tickets and collected $360. -write a linear system that models the situation. -find the number of adult and students tickets sold.
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