Answer:
16 times x=1200 or

16x=1200

divide both sides by 16

1200/16

so we simplify 1200/16 by factoring out the ones (4/8=1/2 times 4/4 since 4/4=1)

1200=3*2*2*2*2*5*5

16=2*2*2*2*1

so we notice that there are four 2's in both so those are the 'ones' so cross them off and get

3*5*5/1 or 75/1 or 75 hours

16x=1200

divide both sides by 16

1200/16

so we simplify 1200/16 by factoring out the ones (4/8=1/2 times 4/4 since 4/4=1)

1200=3*2*2*2*2*5*5

16=2*2*2*2*1

so we notice that there are four 2's in both so those are the 'ones' so cross them off and get

3*5*5/1 or 75/1 or 75 hours

Answer:
75 hours

1200 coffees/16 coffees= 75 hours

1200 coffees/16 coffees= 75 hours

The sum of two numbers is 30 & their difference is 12.

What is the product of 4 2/3 and 11 1/4? A. 8 3/7 B. 52 1/2 C. 44 2/12 D. 56/135

Zeb and his wife have a taxable income of $167,487. What is their tax liability?A. $46,896.36B. $73,583.86C. $8,452.36D. $35,139.86

Please help me with this im pretty confused ?

There are 200 students in the 7th grade class at Manchester Middle School. Of these students, 22% play football and 12% play baseball. Eight students play on both teams. What is the probability that a student plays either football or baseball?

What is the product of 4 2/3 and 11 1/4? A. 8 3/7 B. 52 1/2 C. 44 2/12 D. 56/135

Zeb and his wife have a taxable income of $167,487. What is their tax liability?A. $46,896.36B. $73,583.86C. $8,452.36D. $35,139.86

Please help me with this im pretty confused ?

There are 200 students in the 7th grade class at Manchester Middle School. Of these students, 22% play football and 12% play baseball. Eight students play on both teams. What is the probability that a student plays either football or baseball?

Given:

3-pound tub of butter costs $3.85

3.85/3 = 1.2833 per pound.

**3n = 3.85**

3(1.2833) = 3.85

3.8499 = 3.85

3.85 = 3.85

3-pound tub of butter costs $3.85

3.85/3 = 1.2833 per pound.

3(1.2833) = 3.85

3.8499 = 3.85

3.85 = 3.85

If you would like to know how much does a 1-pound tub of butter cost, you can calculate this using the following steps:

3-pound tub of butter ... $3.85

1-pound tub of butter ... $n = ?

3 * n = 3.85 * 1

3 * n = 3.85

n = 3.85 / 3

n = $1.28

The correct result would be 3 * n = 3.85.

3-pound tub of butter ... $3.85

1-pound tub of butter ... $n = ?

3 * n = 3.85 * 1

3 * n = 3.85

n = 3.85 / 3

n = $1.28

The correct result would be 3 * n = 3.85.

To get the maximum distance, you first use the given numbers as basis.

10 meters/3 meters =x/4.5 meters

Where x = the maximum distance the projector can be placed that can produce an image 4.5 meters high

3x = 10 (4.5)

3x = 45

X= 45/3

X= 15 meters

So, the maximum distance that the projector can be placed from the screen which produces an image 4.5 meters high is 15 meters.

**Answer:**

So, the maximum distance that the projector can be placed from the screen which produces an image 4.5 meters high is 15 meters.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

$2.50

**Step-by-step explanation:**

7.50 - 5.00 = 2.50

They sell the shirts for $2.50 more than the original price so profit $2.50 off each shirt .

54 is the **average **of the two numbers 36 and 72.

Statistics is the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and **presentation **of data.

We need to find the **average** of the two numbers 36 and 72.

The average (A) of two number, M and N, is given by the formula A=m+n/2

Let m = 36

n=72

Now to find the average of two **numbers **we have to plug in these values in the **formula**

A=36+72/2

=108/2

=54

Hence, 54 is the **average **of the two numbers 36 and 72.

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**Answer: 54**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Average = Total/ total number

Average= 36 +72/2

= 108/2

= 54

Equation of a line;

y=mx+c

m=5

y=5x+c

Replacing for x and y using point (-2, -1)

-1=5(-2)+c

-1=-10+c

c=-1+10

c=9

y=5x+9

y=mx+c

m=5

y=5x+c

Replacing for x and y using point (-2, -1)

-1=5(-2)+c

-1=-10+c

c=-1+10

c=9

y=5x+9

The triangles are congruent so and are the same

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