# What is the solution for this equation 13m-22=9m-6. This is a equation with variables on both sides

4m-22=-6
4m=16
m=4
13m-9m=22-6  <-- integer signs change when it goes to the other side of the  equal to sign
4m=16
m=16/4
m=4

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Find the surfacs area of a cone wirh a slant height of 18in and a radius of 7in

Formula of the surface area of a cone is:
S.A = Area of base +  × Perimeter of base × height of prism

S.A = r² + rl
= (7)² + (7)(18)
= 49 + 126
= 175 in² (in terms of )
= 549.7787 in²
≈ 550 in²

Which fraction is equivalent to 3/5?

6/10
9/15
and so on with the factors of 3 and 5.
These numbers simplified is 3/5
To find an equivalent fraction to 3/5 we can multiply the numerator and the denominator by any same number. lets do it with 2:-

So, a fraction equilateral tt 3/5 is 9/15.

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Are the angles with the given measures complementary, supplementary, or neither? m∠R = 43° and m∠S = 57°

A.
complementary

B.
supplementary

C.
neither

the answer is neither because they just do look like they do but they don't because they are actually neither that's why it is so tricky.

George spins a spinner 108 times. The spinner lands on a green section 9 times. What is the best estimate of the probability that a spin will land on green? Explain pargraph please

1/12

Step-by-step explanation:

Probability is chance of occurrence.

It is observed that out of 108 trials, there were 9 successes i.e 9 times landing on the green section.

P(green) = 9/108

= 1/12

15. 3- (-3) +7 – 4 =
А. 12
в. 2
С. 9
D. 14

C. 9.

Step-by-step explanati

3- (-3) +7 – 4 =

3 + 3 + 7 - 4          (- (- =  + )

= 13- 4

= 9.

Walter buys a bus pass for $30. Every time he rides the bus, money is deducted from the value of the pass. He rode 12 times and$24 was deducted from the value of the pass. How much does each bus ride cost?
If Walter had $24 taken away for 12 bus rides, that means each bus ride cost him$2 — to find what one ride costs, divide 12 by 12 (=1). Then you must do the same to the cost: 24/12 = 2.