MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

6x - 3y= 12

Answer:

Answer:

All Real Solutions/All Real Numbers

Step-by-step explanation:

1) input

6x - 3(2x-4) = 12

2) distribute

6x - 6x +12 = 12

3) combine like terms

0x + 12 = 12

4) subtract

0x = 0

5)

x can be any number, so its all real numbers.

HIGH SCHOOL

What is 38000 nearest hundred thousand

38,000 = 0 hundred thousands to the nearest hundred thousand.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

In a zoo there are 30 monkeys, some gorillas and chimpanzees. The ratio of monkeys to gorillas is 6 to 1. The ratio of monkeys to chimpanzees is 5 to 2. How many gorillas are there? How many chimpanzees are there?

If the ratio of monkeys to gorillas is 6:1

that means (1÷6)*30=5 gorillas

if the ratio of monkeys to chimpanzees is 5:2

that means (2÷5)*30=12 chimpanzees

that means (1÷6)*30=5 gorillas

if the ratio of monkeys to chimpanzees is 5:2

that means (2÷5)*30=12 chimpanzees

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Please help the temperature in degrees fahrenheit can be estimated by counting the number of times a cricket chirps in one minute write an algebraic expression for the following written expression the number of chirps divided by 4 added to 37

We have been given that the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit can be estimated by counting the number of times a cricket chirps in one minute.

Let us start with assuming the number of chirps as x.

We are supposed to write an algebraic expression for the number of chirps divided by 4 added to 37.

Let us first write an algebraic expression for number of chirps divided by 4. The algebraic expression for this will be .

Let us now write an algebraic expression for number of chirps divided by 4 added to 37. The algebraic expression for this will be .

Therefore, the required algebraic expression is .

X/4 + 37, where x is the number of chirps.

HIGH SCHOOL

Use the guess-and-check method to solve the equation:40x = 30(x + 2)

Don't know why they'd encourage a "guess-and-check" method.

But let's play their game.

Choose x=2 (I just invented it): Is 40(2) = 30(2+2)? Is 80 = 120? No.

Try x=1, x=3, etc.

Better yet, do the problem algebraically: 40x = 30x + 60, or 10x = 60.

Then x=6. Check: Is 40(6) = 30(6+2)? Is 240 = 30(8)? YES.

Answer: x=6

But let's play their game.

Choose x=2 (I just invented it): Is 40(2) = 30(2+2)? Is 80 = 120? No.

Try x=1, x=3, etc.

Better yet, do the problem algebraically: 40x = 30x + 60, or 10x = 60.

Then x=6. Check: Is 40(6) = 30(6+2)? Is 240 = 30(8)? YES.

Answer: x=6