MATHEMATICS
HIGH SCHOOL

Answer:

Answer: front-end and clustering

HIGH SCHOOL

Leo feeds his cat 2/3 cans of food 2 times a day. Leo is going out of town for 3 days. How many cans of food does Leo need to give a neighbor to feed his cat?

Determine how many can for a day

can for a day = 2/3 × 2

can for a day = 4/3

The cat needs 4/3 cans of food a day

Determine how many can for 3 days

can for 3 days = can for a day × 3

can for 3 days = 4/3 × 3

can for 3 days = 12/3

can for 3 days = 4

Leo should give 4 cans of food to the neighbor

can for a day = 2/3 × 2

can for a day = 4/3

The cat needs 4/3 cans of food a day

Determine how many can for 3 days

can for 3 days = can for a day × 3

can for 3 days = 4/3 × 3

can for 3 days = 12/3

can for 3 days = 4

Leo should give 4 cans of food to the neighbor

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Determine the mode for the following set of tests score 63,70,75,80,85,85.85,92,92,95,99

The mode is 85, because it is the most occurring in the data set.

hope that helps :)

*(Information)*= Mode is a number that is repeated the most

*(The Answer)*= 85

HIGH SCHOOL

Determine which of the given numbers are factors of the polynomial 8x^3-12x^2-6x+9

Sqrt of 3 hope this helps

Answer:

Just going to add, mine had a none of the above answer, and that was the correct answer for me. For the question without "none of the above" i dont know

Step-by-step explanation:

HIGH SCHOOL

Which pair of numbers is relatively prime? A. 105 and 128 B. 130 and 273 C. 205 and 350 D. 273 and 333

Answer:

A. 105 and 128

Step-by-step explanation:

We know that,

'Relatively prime numbers are the numbers having 1 as the only common factor'.

According to the options,

A. 105 and 128: The only common divisor of these numbers is 1.

B. 130 and 273: They have 13 as a common factor other than 1.

C. 205 and 350: They have 5 as a common factor other than 1.

D. 273 and 333: They have 3 as a common factor other than 1.

Thus, the only pair of numbers which are relatively prime are 105 and 128.

Answer:

105 and 128

Step-by-step explanation: