MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

Coach Rex has 6 bags of orange slices.Each bag has 5 orange slices.He would like give 9 of the children on his soccer team 3 orange slices each after the game.Does he have enough?Explain ur answer

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Yes

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Answer 2
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Yes

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Since Coach Rex has 6 bags with 5 orange slices in each that is 30 in total and he gives 3 to all 9 students that is 27 oranges and he had 30 before so he has enough and he has 3 left over.


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18x+4y= -16 9x+7y=17


a
Multiply 1st equation by __ to set up eliminating x by addition.

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Multiply 2nd equation by __ to set up eliminating x by addition.

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Multiply 1st equation by __ to set up eliminating y by addition.

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Multiply 2nd equation by __ to set up eliminating y by addition.

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the drama club was selling tickets to their play for $7 per adult ticket and $5 per child ticket and made $350 . They sold 10 more adult tickets than child tickets . Write system of equations that could be used to find the number of adult (A) tickets and child (C) tickets that were sold

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  • 7a +5c = 350
  • a - c = 10

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It is convenient to use the variables "a" and "c" for the number of adult tickets and child tickets, respectively. Two equations using these two variables can be written based on the given information:

  7a +5c = 350 . . . . total revenue from ticket sales

  a - c = 10 . . . . . . . . 10 more adult tickets were sold

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Comment on the question

The solution to these equations is a=33 1/3; c=23 1/3. There is no integer solution. In real-world terms, the given relations cannot exist.

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Here are some details from Andy’s financial records. Is each item an asset or a liability? Column A Column B 1. He owns a timeshare valued at $2500. 2. He owes $17,355 on his auto loan. 3. He has a baseball card collection valued at $524. 4. He has a balance of $4403 on his credit card. A. asset B. liability good luck and don't push yourself.

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Assets items
a timeshare valued at $2500.
a baseball card collection valued at $524

Liabilities items
owes $17,355 on his auto loan
a balance of $4403 on his credit card
TIMESHARE AND BASEBALL CARDS ARE ASSETS AND THE BALANCES AND THE DEBT ARE LIABILITIES
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Which is the only number listed here which has an odd number of factors? A) 12 B) 16 C) 27 D) 45 E) 63

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Answer:12

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