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Three years after purchase, a car is estimated to be worth $24,000. At five years, its value is $19,000. If the car is depreciating in a linear manner, write an equation that represents the depreciation of the car. Answer the following questions: a. How much is the car depreciating each year? b. What was the purchase price of the car? c. If the car continues this rate of depreciation, what will its value be at year 10?
Write an equation of the line that passes through the given points: there are four questions: 1) (0,1);(6,8) 2) (3,1);(9,7) 3) (1,2);(10,14) 4) (0,0);(-3,5)
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Write an equation to model each situation thee solve ! The tallest player on the basketball team is 77 3/4 in. Tall. This is 9 1/2 in. Taller than the shortest player. How tall is the shortest player?
Write an equation. Then solve the problem. Arturo built 3 sandcastles with 6 towers each. Paco built 5 sandcastles with 4 towers each. Who built more towers? How many more?
Write an equation for: melissa has 6 times as many quarters as Michelle. Together they have 896 quarters. How many quarters, q, does Michelle have? and.
Coach Wilson ordered T-shirts for the basketball team from two different T-shirt suppliers. One supplier charged $16 for each shirt, as well as 5% for shipping. The other supplier charged $18 for each shirt, plus 7% for shipping. Part A Coach Wilson ordered the same number of shirts from each supplier. Write an equation to find the shipping charges he paid to each supplier. Part B The first supplier gave Coach Wilson a discount of 10% off of his order total. The second supplier gave him a discount of $20 off of his order total. Write an equation to find the total cost, T, of the shirts. Part C Coach Wilson ordered 15 T-shirts from each supplier. How much did he pay?
A checking account is set up with an initial balance of $4800, and $400 is removed from the account each month for rent (no other transactions occur on the account. a. Write an equations that shows the amount of money in the account as the month pass. b. Make a table of values and a graph of what is happening to the money over time.
Each morning a deli worker has to make several pies and peel a bucket of potatoes. on Monday it took the worker 2 h to make the pies and an average of 1.5 min to peel each potato. on Tuesday the worker finished the work in the amount of time but it took 2.5 h to make the pies and an average of 1 min to peel each potato. about how many potatoes are in a bucket? • what qualities do you know and how are they related to each other? • how can you use the known and unknown quantities to write an equation for this situation?
The sum of two consecutive odd integers is 284. Write an equation and solve to find the two integers.
THIS IS FOR Ethan bought 3 new baseballs. Bethany has three times as many baseballs as Ethan now has. Let x=the number of baseballs Ethan had before he bought any new ones. Together they now have 44 baseballs. A. Write an equation to represent the equation. B. How many did Ethan have before he bought any new ones?
How would I write an equation for the following problem? Find 4 consecutive even numbers whose sum is 156.
For the data in the table, does y vary directly with x? If it does, write an equation for the direct variation x y 10 12 15 18 20 24
Ellie’s bird feeder is shaped like a cone with a height of 25 in. and a radius of 3 in. Packages of bird seed are cylindrical and come in different sizes. What is the height of the package that has a radius of 5 in. and contains exactly enough bird seed to fill the feeder? Use 3.14 to approximate pi. in. - Jade scooped sand from a completely filled cylinder using a cone-shaped container. The cylinder had a diameter of 12 in. and a height of 5 in. and was one-fourth full after she scooped one full scoop of sand. What were the dimensions of the cone-shaped container? Use 3.14 to approximate pi. A. h = 5 in. ; r = 9 in. B. h = 9.6 in. ; r = 15 in. C. h = 11.25 in. ; r = 12 in. D. h = 15 in. ; r = 6 in.
Write an equation that involves multiplication, contains a variable, and has a solution of 5. then write another equation that has the same solution and includes the same variable and numbers but uses division.
The math club is order tee shirts for each member. The tee shirts cost $12.50 each plus a one - time set - up fee of $25 for design on the front and back. Write an equation that gives the total cost in terms of the number of t- shirts. Use x to represent the number of t- shirts and use y to represent the total cost. Then use the equation to find the total cost to make 126 tee shirts.
Write an equation of a line parallel to the line y=2x+7 and passing through the point (4,2)
Laura earns $255 by working 20 hours each week. Write an equation to find how much Laura earns per hour. Use h to represent the hourly rate.
Rewrite an equation so that y is a function of x. #16) 3x + 5y = 7#17) 13 = 12x - 2y#22) 1/4 y + 3 = -5x
ANSWER : Danielle’s wallet had $2.65 in change: all quarters, dimes and nickels. She had 3 times as many quarters as dimes and one more dime than nickels. How many of each coin did she have? SHOW WORK
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