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  • What is 12x12 divided by 1?
    What is 12x12 divided by 1?
    Obvs 144 but I put D bc it's like the best answer out of all the other options so KYS, if it wasn't for your stupid error I could've got 100.

  • What would be the area of the rectangle?
    What would be the area of the rectangle?
    Rule = L X B 8m X 6m = 48

  • What is the measure of angle AMC? In isosceles triangle ABC above, AM and CM are the angle bisectors of angle BAC and angle BCA.
    What is the measure of angle AMC? In isosceles triangle ABC above, AM and CM are the angle bisectors of angle BAC and angle BCA.
    Take note that this is an isosceles triangle. This means that the A and C angles are the same with each other. These angles are equal to 70 Degrees. To solve this, start with 180 Degrees then subtract 40 degrees so that you will get 140 Degrees. You can divide this into two which means that you will get 70 Degrees. The angle bisectors are AM and CM. They need to be divided into half. So from 70 Degrees divided into 2, you will get 35 Degrees. This means that the final equation will be 180 Degrees minus 35 Degrees minus 35 Degrees again in order to get the answer of 110 Degrees. This means that the answer is A.

  • How many cans of vegetables can Gary buy for $10, and how much change will he have left over if canned vegetables are 79 a can?
    How many cans of vegetables can Gary buy for $10, and how much change will he have left over if canned vegetables are 79 a can?
    The correct answer to this question is B, 12 cans, .52 left over. To answer this question, we must first find how many cans Gary can buy. Knowing that he has $10 and each can of vegetables is .79, we would divide ten by .79. (10 / .79). Doing that gives us the number 12. Then, to find how much money Gary has left over, we would first add multiple 12 by .79. This gives us 9.48. Lastly, we subtract 9.48 from 10, which gives us .52 for how much Gary has leftover. This type of question would be found in middle and high school tests, as well as SATs.

  • How much will Louis spend on gas in two weeks if gas is $2.89 per gallon? Louis works 3 days per week. His car gets 30 miles to the gallon and each commute to work is 10 miles each way.
    How much will Louis spend on gas in two weeks if gas is $2.89 per gallon? Louis works 3 days per week. His car gets 30 miles to the gallon and each commute to work is 10 miles each way.
    The correct answer to this question is A, $11.56. To solve this question, would first know how many miles Louis drives each week. The commute to work is 10 miles each way. This makes it 20 back and forth. Louis only drives to work three days a week. Three times 20 equals 60, so each week, Louis is driving 60 miles. Being that he gets 30 miles to the gallon, you would divide 60 by 30, which gives us 2. Using 2, we would multiply that by the $2.89 Louis spent per gallon. That gives us $5.78 for one week. To get two weeks, we multiply $5.78 by two for $11.56.

  • How many legs do 4 cats, 6 people, and 3 dogs have?
    How many legs do 4 cats, 6 people, and 3 dogs have?
    The correct answer to this question is B, 40. This answer is found by adding together the amount of legs per animal and person. Cats have four legs, so four multiplied by four equals 16. Humans have two legs, so two legs for six humans equals 12. Like cats, dogs have four legs, so four legs for three dogs equals 12. Then, you would add the sum of the legs up. 16 plus 12 plus 12 equals 40, which is the answer. This word problem would normally be found on math tests for elementary all the way up to secondary education. Logic and reasoning would be used to solve the problem.

  • How much time elapses before the two cars collide? Two cars, A and B, are 400 meters apart. Car A travels due east at 30 meters per second on a collision course with car B which travels due west at...
    How much time elapses before the two cars collide? Two cars, A and B, are 400 meters apart. Car A travels due east at 30 meters per second on a collision course with car B which travels due west at...
    The correct answer to this question is B. If two cars are 400 meters apart and a collision occurs while one is traveling east at 30 meters per second and the other is traveling west at 20 meters per second, you would need to solve for x to find out how much time elapsed before the two cars collided. To do this, you would multiply one speed of 30 by the time of x to the other speed of 20 to the time of x to equal the distance of 400 meters. When you add the 30x and the 20x, you get 50x. You would then need to divide 400 by 50 to get x which equals 8 seconds.

  • How many lines per centimeter does a grating have if the third-order occurs at an 18.0 degree angle for 630 nm light?
    How many lines per centimeter does a grating have if the third-order occurs at an 18.0 degree angle for 630 nm light?
    I will be honest, this is very out of my wheelhouse. However, after reading the last answer on this question: it’s still very out of my wheelhouse. So, I will attempt to answer. This is a diffraction question; that much is easy to explain. Diffraction is the act of spreading light around a room (like in a prysm). This question seems to be asking how many lines of light are in a certain area of diffracted light. I will be honest, I cannot answer this question. Once the math kicks in, you lose me. I would suggest you look online for an answer, since this is one of the few thing sI will not be able to answer, even with all the online searches in the world.

  • How many total fish did he catch all 3 days? Jack caught 14 fish on Saturday and twice as much fish on Sunday. When he went fishing on Monday, he caught 1/2 of the fish he caught on Saturday and...
    How many total fish did he catch all 3 days? Jack caught 14 fish on Saturday and twice as much fish on Sunday. When he went fishing on Monday, he caught 1/2 of the fish he caught on Saturday and...
    The correct answer to this question is A. To answer this question, start with the data you are given. On Saturday, Jack caught 14 fish. He caught twice as many fish on Sunday, so take 14 times 2 to find the "doubled" amount - 28 fish. To recap, Jack caught 14 fish on Saturday and 28 fish on Sunday. On Monday, Jack caught half the number of the total fish he caught on Saturday and Sunday, so take 14 plus 28 (equals 42 for both days) and divide by 2. This equation gives you 21 fish for Monday. Finally, add all three totals together: 14 + 28 + 21 = 63.

  • How many two-digit odd numbers are there from 0 to 10?
    How many two-digit odd numbers are there from 0 to 10?
    5 Five Five FIVEThe odd numbers between 0 to 10 are 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9. There are 5 odd numbers between 0 to 10.

  • What is the binary annotation for 213?
    What is the binary annotation for 213?
    Both answers A and C are the same on my page when i selected C i was marked wrong, i dont know if the page was hacked or something to confuse those taking the tests, but i got my calculations spot on and i should have been scored 100/100.

  • What is radius?
    What is radius?
    A. The middle of the diameter of a circle formula