# Ramona went to a theme park during spring break. She was there for 7 hours and rode 14 rides. At what rate did Ramona ride rides in rides per hour?

2 rides per hour

Step-by-step explanation:

This is a division problem since we would need to divide in order to answer the question.

Divide the amount of rides she rode to the number of hours she was there.

Input the numbers below:

amount of rides she rode/number of hours there

14/7=2

At this rate, Ramona rode 2 rides per hour.

7÷14=0.5

14÷7=2

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it's one of them

## Related Questions

The design of a concrete mix requires 2,314 lb/yd3 of gravel having a moisture content of 3.5% and absorption of 4.2%, and 899 lb/yd3 of sand having a moisture content of 5.7% and absorption of 1.4%, and 244 lb/yd3 of free water. What is the weight of the mixing water per cubic yard that should be used at the job site?

Weight of mixing water=224.541 lb

Step-by-step explanation:

Taking 1 cubic yard of concrete

Mass of gravel = 2314 lb

Moisture content = 3.5% Absorption 4.2%

Extra water needed = (4.2-3.5)*2314/100= 16.198 lb

Mass of sand= 899 lb

Moisture content = 5.7% Absorption =1.4%

Water released = (5.7-1.4)*899/100= 38.657 lb

Free water = 244 lb

Weight of mixing water = free water + extra water needed-water released = 244+16.198-38.657=224.541 lb

Weight of mixing water=224.541 lb

Mike buys a pack of markers for \$2.85. He uses a 20% off coupon, what is the price of the markers with the coupon?A \$2.28
B \$3.42
C .57
D \$2.53

c.57

Step-by-step explanation:

Therese is throwing a party and wants to make goodie bags. She has 26 lollipops and 14 tootsie rolls. What is the greatest amount of goodie bags can she make? How many lollipops will be in each? How many tootsie rolls?

She can make 2 goodie bags.

13 lollipops

17 tootsie rolls

The GCF (greatest common factor) of 26 and 14 is 2; therefore making the greatest number of goodie bags she can make is 2.

If you divide both the numbers (26,14) by 2, you get 13 and 17.

Please mark branliest if this helped

What is the problem for this Problem?

Negative: (-∞,-3] and [1/2,-∞)

Positive: [-3,1/2]

Step-by-step explanation:

The derivative is the instantaneous rate of change at any given point for a function. Given this we know that anywhere the function is in the positive or negative direction, the derivative will also be in the positive or negative direction. We also know that wherever there is a peak or a trough, there will be no slope and it signifies a change in direction. For this function, this means the direction changes at -3 and 1/2.

It would be Congruent, ASA.

Step-by-step explanation:

You can see there is a line on the side of both triangles meaning they're the same side and a circle in the corner of both triangles, meaning they're the same angle.