MATHEMATICS
COLLEGE

Answer: Volume = Length x Width x Height

Volume = 12 x 12 x 6 = 864 m³

Answer: 864 m³

Volume = 12 x 12 x 6 = 864 m³

Answer: 864 m³

Answer: I would multiply 12*6 which you get 72m of water

MIDDLE SCHOOL

If two pyramids are similar and the ratio between the lengths of their edges is 3:4, what is the ratio of their volumes?

Answer:

The ratio of their volumes is 27/64

Step-by-step explanation:

step 1

Find the scale factor

we know that

If two figures are similar, then the ratio of its corresponding sides is proportional and this ratio is called the scale factor

In this problem

The scale factor is 3/4

step 2

Find the ratio of their volumes

we know that

If two figures are similar, then the ratio of its volumes is equal to the scale factor elevated to the cube

so

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Bananas cost .89cents, I have $11.75, how many bananas can I buy?

You could buy 13 bananas.

Answer: you will be able to buy 13.20224719101124 bananas.

COLLEGE

You have 4 identical gifts (teddy bears) and 7 nieces. In how many different ways could you give the 4 teddy bears to 4 of the 7 nieces, where no niece gets more tharn one teddy bear?

Answer:

840

Step-by-step explanation:

Total number of gifts (teddy bears)= 4

Total number of nieces = 7

We need to find the number of ways to give the 4 teddy bears to 4 of the 7 nieces, where no niece gets more than one teddy bear.

Number of possible ways to give first teddy = 7

It is given that no niece gets more than one teddy bear.

The remaining nieces are = 7 - 1 = 6

Number of possible ways to give second teddy = 6

Now, the remaining nieces are = 6 - 1 = 5

Similarly,

Number of possible ways to give third teddy = 5

Number of possible ways to give fourth teddy = 4

Total number of possible ways to distribute 4 teddy bears is

Therefore total possible ways to distribute 4 teddy bears are 840.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mr. Renner is decorating a bulletin board with group of shapes. Each group has 3 shapes and 2/3 of the shapes are snowflakes. If Mr. Renner is using 4 groups of shapes how many snowflakes will he need?

There are 4 groups and in every group there are 2 snowflakes so in total there are 8. because 4X2=8

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation

4 x 2 =8 snowflakes