limtv
Calculators
General
Algebra
Geometry
Coordinate-geometry
Statistics
Calculus
Qna
Math
limtv
limtv
Home
General
Algebra
Geometry
Coordinate-geometry
Statistics
Calculus
Qna
Math
MATH SOLVE
Home
General
Singer A and Singer B had the two top-grossing concert tours for a certain year, together generating $326 million in ticket sales. If Singer B took in $22 million less than Singer A, how much did each tour generate?Singer A generated $________million in ticket sales and Singer B generated $______ million.
General
2 months ago
Which function corresponds to the table of inputs and outputs? f(x) = 3x + 2 f(x) = 2x + 5 f(x) = x + 7 f(x) = 3x + 1
General
2 months ago
Julia lined up the interior angles of the triangle along the line below. What is the answer?
General
2 months ago
What is the equation of the line shown?
General
2 months ago
louie and Johanna made a table flag for the math team to have during competitions. the flag is shown below. the length of the flag is (3x) cm and the width is (4x) cm.Part A: write an expression to represent the area of the flag in square centimeters.The best answer gets BRANLIEST.Part B: the team decides to replicate the flag on a T-shirt by using the same design with dimensions that are 1.5 as great. write an expression representing the area of the T-shirt design in square centimeters.
General
2 months ago
Singer A and Singer B had the two top-grossing concert tours for a certain year, together generating $394 million in ticket sales. If Singer B took in $26 million less than Singer A, how much did each tour generate?Singer A generated $_____ million in ticket sales and Singer B generated $________ million.
General
2 months ago
Match the trigonometric ratios with their values based on the triangle shown in the diagram
General
2 months ago
Doogle drove 30 and one-third miles toward his brother's house in one-third of an hour. About how long will the entire 100-mile trip take at this constant speed?
General
2 months ago
Marissa's Fashions purchases designer boots from a manufacturer for $50.88 per pair. Marissa then adds a certain amount to the price of the boots as a markup when she sells them in the store. The total cost for a customer buying the boots at the store is $90.10. This includes a 6.25% sales tax that is added after the markup.The percent of markup before tax is about ___________________%, which is a markup of $___________ per pair of boots.
General
2 months ago
Find the lateral area of the regular prism with height h, if the base of the prism is:Square with the side 2 cm and h=125 mm
General
2 months ago
A high school graduating class is made up of 462 students. There are 132 more girls than boys. How many boys are in the class?
General
2 months ago
1. Alex and Leandro purchase two matinee movie tickets. A matinee ticket costs , a drink costs , and a bag of popcorn costs . Define each variable and write an algebraic expression to describe how much they spend based on the number of drinks and bags of popcorn they buy. Identify the parts of the expression by underlining the coefficient(s), circling the constant(s), and drawing a box around the variable(s).
General
2 months ago
the graph shows the number of wimbledon championships of several countries. Write the ration that compares the championships won by Australia to the total number won by the United States in simplest form. The explain its meaning.
General
2 months ago
In a random sample of 5 residents of the state of Texas, the mean waste recycled per person per day was 1.9 pounds with a standard deviation of 0.89 pounds. Determine the 99% confidence interval for the mean waste recycled per person per day for the population of Texas. Assume the population is approximately normal. Step 1 of 2 : Find the critical value that should be used in constructing the confidence interval. Round your answer to three decimal places.
General
2 months ago
The intersection of a line and a plane is..a point a plane line line segment The intersection of two planes results in a.. planepoint line circle What is the least amount of non-collinear points needed to create a plane?1 2 3 4 Two lines on the same plane that never intersect are calledperpendicular skew parallel Option 4
General
2 months ago
The table shows the number of books Salvador has read. Find the ratio of mystery books to the total. Explain its meaning
General
2 months ago
An experiment consists of tossing 7 fair (not weighted) coins, except one of the 7 coins has a head on both sides. Compute the probability of obtaining exactly 5 heads.
General
2 months ago
41% of men consider themselves professional baseball fans. You randomly select 10 men and ask each if he considers himself a professional baseball fan. Find the probability that the number who consider themselves baseball fans is (a) exactly five, (b) at least six, and (c) less than four.
General
2 months ago
Someone please help ASAP ! :(
General
2 months ago
the sum of two numbers is 54 and the difference is 4. What are the two numbers?
General
2 months ago
Previous
1
2
3
Next