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2 months ago

Guest #11485

2 months ago

let us assume that the number of pizzas he must deliver = x

The tip obtained for one pizza = $1.50

Total tips that he must earn = 20

So, we frame the equation as shown below:

1.50*x = 20

1.50x = 20

x = 20/1.5 = 13.333

So he must deliver 13.333 pizzas

**Since he cannot deliver fractional pizzas, the number of pizzas he must deliver = 14 pizzas**

Guest #11486

2 months ago

14 pizzas, you will get $20.50

Question

PLZ HELP NOOOOW!! Sarah ran around a track 1 1/2 times. The track in 3/4 of a mile long.
How many miles did Sarah run?

Solution 1

Hey there!Â **The answer is 1 1/8 mile.**

To find the amount of miles Sarah ran, we need to multipy the length of the track by the times she run that distance.

Rembember: multiplying a fraction means you have to multiply theÂ numerator by the numerator (of the other fraction) and the denominator by the denominator (of the other fraction)

**The answer is 1 1/8 mile.**

~ Hope this helps you!

To find the amount of miles Sarah ran, we need to multipy the length of the track by the times she run that distance.

Rembember: multiplying a fraction means you have to multiply theÂ numerator by the numerator (of the other fraction) and the denominator by the denominator (of the other fraction)

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PLZ HELP NOOWWWWWWW!!! The diameter of a certain planet is approximately 3x10^7 meters (aka 30000000 meters). The length of a certain city is approximately 5x10^4 meters (aka 50000 meters).
How many times greater is the diameter of the planet compared to the length of the city?

Solution 1

Hello!

You divide the diameter of the planet by the length of the city

30000000 / 50000 = 600

The diameter is 600 times greater than the length of the city

The answer is 600

Hope this helps!

You divide the diameter of the planet by the length of the city

30000000 / 50000 = 600

The diameter is 600 times greater than the length of the city

The answer is 600

Hope this helps!

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Michelle invests $1000 at a bank offering 3% compounded quarterly. Write an equation to model the growth of the investment. A) A = 1000(1.03)4t
B) A = 1000(1+.03
4
)t
C) A = 1000(1+.03
4
)4t
D) A = 1000((1.03)
4
)4t

Solution 1

A = 1000(1+.034)4tÂ

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Solution 2

**Answer:**

C. Â

**Step-by-step explanation:**

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Peter is working for an hourly wage of 12$ if he worked for 20 hours last week what is his gross pay

Solution 1

Hourly wage = $12

Number of hours Peter worked = 20 hours

Gross Pay = Hourly Wage x Number of Hours worked

Using the values, we get:

Gross Pay = 12 x 20 = $240

**Thus, the gross pay of Peter was $240 for his work of last week**

Number of hours Peter worked = 20 hours

Gross Pay = Hourly Wage x Number of Hours worked

Using the values, we get:

Gross Pay = 12 x 20 = $240

Question

Hours Worked Salary Earned 20 210
40 420
50 525
70 735
80 840
Below is a chart for the number of hours worked and amount of money made during that time period. Use the best-fit line to estimate how many hours will it take to make $1000.
A) 90
B) 95
C) 100
D) 105

Solution 1

B.) 95 is the answer

Question

Which is a factor of each term of the polynomial? (7f2âˆ’12f)
a) f
b) 7f
c) 2f
d) 7
PLEASE HELP!!!

Solution 1

The answer is** A, f. **This is because if you factor 7f^2-12f, you get f(7f-12.) Since you have to distribute "f" in the equation, that is the factor of the polynomial term.

Hope I helped; please mark brainliest if correct :)

Hope I helped; please mark brainliest if correct :)

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Hank bought a $24,000 car when he graduated from college. His car will lose half of its value in 6.58 years. At what rate does Hankâ€™s car depreciate? A) 30%
B) 20%
C) 10%
D) 5%

Solution 1

10% is the answer.....Â

Question

A rectangle has a length of x inches and a width of 10 inches. Write an equation to represent the perimeter of the rectangle.

Solution 1

Perimeter of a rectangle can be calculated as twice the sum of its length and with.

So, we can write:

Perimeter = 2(Length + Width)

Length is given to be x inches and Width is given to be 10 inches. Using these values, we can write the perimeter as:

Perimeter = 2(x + 10) = 2x + 20 inches

**Thus, the perimeter of the rectangle would be 2x + 20 inches or simply 2(x + 10) inches.**

So, we can write:

Perimeter = 2(Length + Width)

Length is given to be x inches and Width is given to be 10 inches. Using these values, we can write the perimeter as:

Perimeter = 2(x + 10) = 2x + 20 inches

Solution 2

P = 2(10 + x) <-------------------

Question

Jannaâ€™s gross annual income is $46,020. She is paid weekly and has 7% deducted from her paychecks for her 403(b). Her employer matches her deduction, up to 5%. How much is deposited into Jannaâ€™s 403(b) each paycheck?
A) $61.95
B) $123.90
C) $619.50
D) $106.20

Solution 1

D) $106.20is the right answer fellow

Question

Tanisha cut a triangle with angles of 34Â°, 67Â°, and 79Â° in three pieces so that each piece had one angle of the triangle. She arranged the three angles connected together such that the three corners of the triangle were all touching. What type of angle was formed and what does this show?

Solution 1

A straight angle was formed when Tanisha arranged the three angles. This shows that the sum of the measures of the three angles in the triangle is equal to the straight angle, that is, the angle sum is 180 degrees. Also, this shows that whatever the position of the three sides of the triangle is, the total degrees of the angles is always 180.

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