Harold walks 3/4 mile in each 5/6 hour. Calculate Harold's unit rate. Explain how you found your answer.

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Answer 1
Answer: To solve this problem, you must apply the proccedure shown below:

 1. The problem gives the following information: Harold walks 3/4 miles in each 5/6 hours. Therefore, you have to divide  3/4 miles by 5/6 hours, as below:

 unit rate=(3/4)(5/6)
 unit rate=(3x6)(4x5)
 unit rate=18/20 

 3. When you simplify, you obtain:

 unit rate=9/10

 4. Therefore, as you can see, the answer is: Harold's unit rate is 9/10.

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Hint:  Subtract 38 from both sides of this inequality.  This will simplify the inequality.   

Next, divide each side of your resulting inequality by 18.  This will produce an inequality of the form "x≤ something."

I am unsure of how to configure those tiles to represent this result.

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32^{- (2)/(5) } = ( (1)/(32)) ^{ (2)/(5) } = ( (1)/(32) )^{ (1)/(5) *2} = [ ( (1)/(32)) ^{ (1)/(5) } ]^(2) = ( \sqrt[5]{ (1)/(32) } ) ^(2) = ( \sqrt[5]{ (1)/(2)* (1)/(2) * (1)/(2) * (1)/(2) * (1)/(2) } )^(2)( (1)/(2) )^(2) answer 

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the weight of a newborn baby panda is 2.2 x 10 to the 1st power pounds. If an adult Panda can weigh up to 1.2 x 10 to the 3rd power times more than a newborn panda how much does an adult Panda weigh

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Answer:

The weight of the adult panda = 2.664\times10^{4}2.664×10

4

pounds

Step-by-step explanation:

Given : The weight of a newborn baby panda = 2.2\times10^12.2×10

1

pounds

According to the question , we have

The weight of adult Panda = 1.2\times10^3\times\text{weight of a newborn baby panda }1.2×10

3

×weight of a newborn baby panda

= 1.2\times10^3\times2.2\times10^11.2×10

3

×2.2×10

1

pounds

= 1.2\times2.2\times10^3\times10^31.2×2.2×10

3

×10

3

pounds

= 2.664\times10^{3+1}2.664×10

3+1

pounds [\because\ a^m\timesa^n = a^{m+n}∵ a

m

\timesa

n

=a

m+n

= 2.664\times10^{4}2.664×10

4

pounds

Hence, the weight of the adult panda = 2.664\times10^{4}2.664×10

4

pounds

Answer:

242

Step-by-step explanation:

A cone has a diameter of 8 in and a height of 8 in. what is the volume when using 3.14 as \pi

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Volume of a cone=(1/3)πr²h

Data:
π=3.14
radius=diameter / 2=8 in /2=4 in
heitht=8 in.

Volume of this cone=(1/3) *3.14 * (4 in)² * 8 in=133.97 in³,

answer: 133.97 in³

You and three friends own a paint shop. The shop's profit was $536 in the first month. You always divide the profits equally. In two months, each of you had made $224. How much profit did the shop make in the second month?

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Step 1

Find the profit in two months

Multiply the total amount made by the whole group in two months (\$224) by the total number of persons (4)

4*\$224=\$896

Step 2

Find the profit of the shop in the second month

we know that

Total\ profit\ in\ two\ months=Profit\ first\ month\ +\ Profit\ second\ month

so

Profit\ second\ month=Total\ profit\ in\ two\ months-Profit\ first\ month

substitute the values

Profit\ second\ month=\$896-\$536=\$360

therefore

the answer is

\$360

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

360

Nine thousand, six hundred five and nine tenths

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Hello,

Nine thousand, six hundred five and nine tenths = 9,605.9

Have A Good Day.

9,605.9 would have to be the answer