Mathematics, 17.06.2020 18:57 bbyjoker

# Cole brought chocolate and vanilla cupcakes to school for his birthday. 40 students decided to take a cupcake, and 90% of them picked vanilla. How many people picked a vanilla cupcake? PLEASE ANSWER DUE SOON

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:30

Isuck at math ; ^; m a student solved this problem and said the answer is 3 feet. chase had a roll of ribbon that contained 7 7/8β feet of ribbon. he cut off one piece that was 3 5/8β feet long and another piece that was 1 1/4β feet from the roll. how much ribbon was left on the roll? is the student's answer reasonable? yes, the answer is reasonable. no, the answer is not reasonable. it should be about 2 feet. no, the answer is not reasonable. it should be about 13 feet. no, the answer is not reasonable. it should be about 4 feet.

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 19:30

Solve the following simultaneous equation by using an algebraic method (either substitution or elimination) 2x + 3y=-4 4x-y=11

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 02:00

Find the distance of the blue line between the two labeled points. round to the nearest hundredth. a) 7.07 b) 7.21 c) 10 d) 5.12

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Mathematics, 22.06.2019 03:30

Tyler went to the supermarket to buy food for a food pantry. he has $36, and can carry up to 20 pounds of food in his backpack. pasta costs $1 for a 1-pound package. pasta sauce costs $3 for a 1.5 pound jar. let x = the number of packages of pasta and y = the number of jars of pasta sauce. one package of pasta is the right amount to go with one jar of pasta sauce. what is the best numbers of packages of pasta and jars of pasta sauce to buy for the food pantry? how many packages of pasta? how many jars of pasta sauce? explain your reasoning.

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