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Ariana spent a quarter of her allowance on sweets and she put one third of the remainder in her piggy bank. If she had twenty dollars left, what was her allowance

Sam created a porch that was part wooden and part concrete, as shown in the figure below.Note: Figure not drawn to scale If a = 18 ft, b = 24 ft, and c = 30 ft, what is the total area of the porch? Assume that the wooden part is a right triangle and the concrete part is a square. A. 186 ft2 B. 102 ft2 C. 1,260 ft2 D. 1,116 ft2

Segment VU is 2 units and segment VꞌUꞌ is 4units.Which scale factor was used to dilate figure TUVW to produce similar figure TꞌUꞌVꞌWꞌ?

4a² - 25? little help? Can you show me the steps to gets the answer? Thanks!

Ariana spent a quarter of her allowance on sweets and she put one third of the remainder in her piggy bank. If she had twenty dollars left, what was her allowance

Sam created a porch that was part wooden and part concrete, as shown in the figure below.Note: Figure not drawn to scale If a = 18 ft, b = 24 ft, and c = 30 ft, what is the total area of the porch? Assume that the wooden part is a right triangle and the concrete part is a square. A. 186 ft2 B. 102 ft2 C. 1,260 ft2 D. 1,116 ft2

Segment VU is 2 units and segment VꞌUꞌ is 4units.Which scale factor was used to dilate figure TUVW to produce similar figure TꞌUꞌVꞌWꞌ?

4a² - 25? little help? Can you show me the steps to gets the answer? Thanks!

Xander paid $13.65. Hope this helps

A. 3 11/16

B. 2 9/16

C. 3 9/16

D. 2 11/16

If you would like to know how many tortes are left, you can calculate this using the following steps:

five chocolate tortes - 2 5/16 tortes =**5 - 2 5/16 = 5 - 37/16 = 80/16 - 37/16 = 43/16 = 2 11/16**

The correct result would be**D. 2 11/16**.

five chocolate tortes - 2 5/16 tortes =

The correct result would be

**Number **of left **tortes **are, 43/16

We have to given that,

A chef prepared five **chocolate **tortes for a dinner party.

And, The **guests **consumed 2 5/16 tortes.

Now, Number of left tortes are,

⇒ 5 - 2 5/16

⇒ 5 - 37/16

⇒ (80 - 37) / 16

⇒ 43/16

Therefore, **Number **of left tortes are, 43/16

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**Answer:**

159 and 21 degrees (don't forget the degree symbol)

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Supplementary- 180 degrees

2x+138=180

2x=180-138

2x=42

x=21

21+138=159

**Answer:**

answer right above me

**Step-by-step explanation:**

b. 7/24.

c. 21/32.

d. 2 13/48.

If you would like to know how much is the product of 7/16,4/3, and 1/2, you can calculate this using the following steps:

**7/16 * 4/3 * 1/2 = 7/24**

The correct result would be**b****. 7/24**.

The correct result would be

Your answer is

We know the first place after decimal is tenths

The second place after decimal is hundredths

The third place after decimal is the thousandths place

So for 0.056

0 is at the tenths place

5 is at the hundredths place

and 6 is at the thousandths place

Expanding 22.056 we get

22.056 = 20 + 2 + 0.05 + 0.006

OR

22.056 =

20.000 + 2.000 + .050 +.006

2.3, –2.3

B.

5.4, –5.4

C.

7, –7

D.

21, –21

A.

2.3, –2.3

Working;

x=

x= +-2.3

2.3, –2.3

Working;

x=

x= +-2.3

I would go for A if anything