[Verified] Maria is using a meter stick to determine the height of a door. If the smallest unit on the meter stick is centimeters, which measurement could Maria have used to most accurately record the height of the door?

Maria is using a meter stick to determine the height of a door. If the smallest unit on the meter stick is centimeters, which measurement could Maria have used to…

Continue Reading[Verified] Maria is using a meter stick to determine the height of a door. If the smallest unit on the meter stick is centimeters, which measurement could Maria have used to most accurately record the height of the door?

[Verified] Doug has 8 square pieces of wood. Each piece of wood has a side length of s centimeters. The total area of all eight pieces of wood is 200 square centimeters. Create a quadratic equation Doung can use to find the side length of each piece of wood.

Understanding the Problem Given: Doug has 8 square pieces of wood. Each square piece has a side length of �s centimeters. The total area of all eight pieces is 200…

Continue Reading[Verified] Doug has 8 square pieces of wood. Each piece of wood has a side length of s centimeters. The total area of all eight pieces of wood is 200 square centimeters. Create a quadratic equation Doung can use to find the side length of each piece of wood.

[Verified] Rob works part-time at the Fallbrook Riding Stable. He makes $5 an hour exercising horses and $10 an hour cleaning stalls. Because Rob is a full-time student, he can work no more than 12 hours per week. However, he must make at least $60 per week. Which of the following is a possible solution for this system of inequalities?

Rob works part-time at the Fallbrook Riding Stable. He makes $5 an hour exercising horses and $10 an hour cleaning stalls. Because Rob is a full-time student, he can work…

Continue Reading[Verified] Rob works part-time at the Fallbrook Riding Stable. He makes $5 an hour exercising horses and $10 an hour cleaning stalls. Because Rob is a full-time student, he can work no more than 12 hours per week. However, he must make at least $60 per week. Which of the following is a possible solution for this system of inequalities?

[Verified] Fiona is serving iced tea and lemonade at a picnic. She has only 44 glasses in which to serve the drinks. If x represents the number of glasses of iced tea and y represents the number of glasses of lemonade, which equation represents the number of glasses of iced tea she can serve?

Fiona is serving iced tea and lemonade at a picnic. She has only 44 glasses in which to serve the drinks. If x represents the number of glasses of iced…

Continue Reading[Verified] Fiona is serving iced tea and lemonade at a picnic. She has only 44 glasses in which to serve the drinks. If x represents the number of glasses of iced tea and y represents the number of glasses of lemonade, which equation represents the number of glasses of iced tea she can serve?

[Verified] A Teacher Surveys A Random Group Of Students About Their Preference For Doing Classwork Online Or On Paper. The Results Are Shown In The Table Below.

A Teacher Surveys A Random Group Of Students About Their Preference For Doing Classwork Online Or On Paper. The Results Are Shown In The Table Below. Student Classwork Preference PreferenceNumber…

Continue Reading[Verified] A Teacher Surveys A Random Group Of Students About Their Preference For Doing Classwork Online Or On Paper. The Results Are Shown In The Table Below.

[Verified] A Coach Compared The Heights Of The Players On Two Different Teams. The Data Set Is Shown In The Table Below

A Coach Compared The Heights Of The Players On Two Different Teams. The Data Set Is Shown In The Table Below Heights Of The Players On Two Teams Team A…

Continue Reading[Verified] A Coach Compared The Heights Of The Players On Two Different Teams. The Data Set Is Shown In The Table Below

[Verified] Farmer Dave builds a crate to hold vegetables. The volume of the crate is 48 cubic feet. The base area of the crate is 16 square feet. What is the height of the crate?

Finding the Volume of the Crate The volume of the crate is given as 48 cubic feet. Base Area of the Crate The base area of the crate is given…

Continue Reading[Verified] Farmer Dave builds a crate to hold vegetables. The volume of the crate is 48 cubic feet. The base area of the crate is 16 square feet. What is the height of the crate?

[Solved] Emma buys a camping van for £23500 plus VAT at 20%. She pays a deposit for the camping van. She then pays the rest of the cost in 18 equal payments of £940 each month. Find the ratio of the deposit Emma pays to the total of the 18 equal payments. Give your answer in its simplest form.

Given Data Cost of the Camping Van (excluding VAT): £23500 VAT Rate: 20% Number of Equal Payments: 18 Amount of Each Monthly Payment: £940 Finding the ratio of the deposit…

Continue Reading[Solved] Emma buys a camping van for £23500 plus VAT at 20%. She pays a deposit for the camping van. She then pays the rest of the cost in 18 equal payments of £940 each month. Find the ratio of the deposit Emma pays to the total of the 18 equal payments. Give your answer in its simplest form.

Mr Oliver orders his groceries online and has them delivered to his house. His bill is $175. He has a coupon for 10% off and plans to give the delivery driver a 20% tip. 

Calculate the Discount Mr. Oliver has a coupon for 10% off his bill. To find out how much he will save, we will calculate 10% of $175. Discount=Total bill×Discount rateDiscount=Total bill×Discount rate Using the…

Continue ReadingMr Oliver orders his groceries online and has them delivered to his house. His bill is $175. He has a coupon for 10% off and plans to give the delivery driver a 20% tip.