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Answer:

**Answer:**

66 2/3 %

**Step-by-step explanation:**

First find the students not in the 8th grade

24 - 8 = 16

16 students are not in the 8th grade

Take the fraction of the students not in the 8th grade over the total

16/24 = 2/3

Change to a decimal

.66666666666

Multiply by 100 to change to a percent

66.666666%

66 2/3 %

Answer:

**Answer:**

66.67% of students are not in eighth grade

**Step-by-step explanation:**

8/24=1/3

1/3=0.33333333333

1-0.33333333333=0.66666666667

0.66666666667=66.67%

hector works 12 hours a week at a part time job. His original pay rate was $8 per hour but he recently received a pay raise of x dollars an hour. his new total weekly pay, y, is represented by the equaiton y=12(8+x)

MATH QUESTION PLEASE HELPPP ASAP, DUE IN AN HOUR

A large tank is filled to capacity with 600 gallons of pure water. Brine containing 5 pounds of salt per gallon is pumped into the tank at a rate of 6 gal/min. The well-mixed solution is pumped out at a rate of 12 gallons/min. Find the number A(t) of pounds of salt in the tank at time t. A(t)

Would you use the Law of Sines or the law of cosines to solve a triangle if. given all three sides of the triangle?a. the Law of Sinesb. the Law of Cosines

The measures of the angles of a triangle are shown in the figure below. Solve for x.4962x

MATH QUESTION PLEASE HELPPP ASAP, DUE IN AN HOUR

A large tank is filled to capacity with 600 gallons of pure water. Brine containing 5 pounds of salt per gallon is pumped into the tank at a rate of 6 gal/min. The well-mixed solution is pumped out at a rate of 12 gallons/min. Find the number A(t) of pounds of salt in the tank at time t. A(t)

Would you use the Law of Sines or the law of cosines to solve a triangle if. given all three sides of the triangle?a. the Law of Sinesb. the Law of Cosines

The measures of the angles of a triangle are shown in the figure below. Solve for x.4962x

**Answer: your answer is perfect.**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

$15

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Good Morning!**

**If the small toy car costs $3.00, and the large toy car costs 5 times as much as the small one, we can multiply the value of the small car by five to find the value of the large car.**

**Since five times 3 = 15, the value of the large toy car is $15.00.**

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**Answer:**

1) 55/100

2) 68/100

3) 24/100

4)95/100

5) 72/100

6)44/100

7) 90%

8) 56%

9)35%

10)76%

11) 10%

12)80%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

N is 11/20, A is 17/25, T is 6/25, E is 19/20, H is 18/25, I is 11/25, M is 90%, A is 56%, C is 35%, L is 76%, T is 10%, U is 80%

**Step-by-step explanation:**

State the null and alternative hypotheses for the study of the performance on the GMAT of college seniors in the Philippines.

**Answer:**

**H****₀:***μ ***= 550** vs. **Hₐ****:***μ ***< 550**.

**Step-by-step explanation:**

A researcher believes that the mean scores for this year's college seniors in the Philippines who are interested in pursuing graduate management education will be less than 550.

The mean sore for all test‑takers is *μ *= 550 with a standard deviation of *σ* = 120.

A random sample of *n* = 250 college seniors in the Philippines interested in pursuing graduate management education who plan to take the GMAT were selected.

The null and alternative hypotheses for the study of the performance on the GMAT of college seniors in the Philippines is as follows:

**H****₀:** The mean scores for this year's college seniors in the Philippines who are interested in pursuing graduate management education will not be less than 550, i.e. *μ ***= 550**.

**Hₐ****:** The mean scores for this year's college seniors in the Philippines who are interested in pursuing graduate management education will be less than 550, i.e. *μ ***< 550**.

**Answer:**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

The general equation of the circle is:

(x-h)²+(y-k)²=r²

(h, k)=(-3,-5) are the coordinates of the center of the circle.

r=6 is the radius

The equation of the circle is:

(x+3)²+(y+5)² = 36

tiles. How many tiles will she need?

56 tiles

15 tiles

30 tiles

To tile a 7-foot by 8-foot room with one-foot square tiles, the builder will need 56 tiles.

To find the number of tiles needed to tile a room, we can divide the area of the room by the area of each tile. The area of the room is 7 feet by 8 feet, which is 56 square feet. The area of each tile is 1 square foot. So, to find the number of tiles needed, we divide 56 by 1, which gives us 56 tiles.