Answer:
Area = 35/4 m²

Length = 7/2 m

Area = length * width

35/4 = 7/2 * width

7/2 * width = 35/4

width = 35/4 ÷ 7/2

width = 35/4 × 2/7 = 5/2

Width = 5/2 m

Length = 7/2 m

Area = length * width

35/4 = 7/2 * width

7/2 * width = 35/4

width = 35/4 ÷ 7/2

width = 35/4 × 2/7 = 5/2

Width = 5/2 m

How would I find the area?

Terry share 3 pizzas with some friends. Terry ate 1/4 of them. How much pizza did Terry eat?

Solve 5r2 – 12 = 68. {±4} {±5} {±3} {±6}

The mean of six numbers is 41. If one number is removed, the mean of the five numbers is 46. Find the unknown number.

How much sides do a pectagan has

Terry share 3 pizzas with some friends. Terry ate 1/4 of them. How much pizza did Terry eat?

Solve 5r2 – 12 = 68. {±4} {±5} {±3} {±6}

The mean of six numbers is 41. If one number is removed, the mean of the five numbers is 46. Find the unknown number.

How much sides do a pectagan has

"The quotient 2.7 divided by 14" means

"How many times can you take 14 out of 2.7 ?"

or

"How many times can you stuff 14 into a space designed to hold 2.7 ?"

Whichever way you look at it, I'm sure you can see that it's less than 1 .

"How many times can you take 14 out of 2.7 ?"

or

"How many times can you stuff 14 into a space designed to hold 2.7 ?"

Whichever way you look at it, I'm sure you can see that it's less than 1 .

the answer to this problem is less than one

It is to the 12th degree

**Answer:**

Degree of polynomial = 6

place a with its value and multiple with 15. substrack the result (36)with (7×4) and add 6.the result is 14.

Scott had 150 cookies and sold 2/3 of them.

Dawn sold 46 cookies.

What percentage of the cookies sold were sold by Dawn?

first of all work out how many tom and scott sold.

tom sold 60% of 90 cookies which is 54.

scott sold 2/3 of 150 cookies which is 100.

altogether the three of them sold 54+100+46 cookies which is 200.

Dawn sold 46 of these 200 cookies. To work out the percentage we have both the numbers to get 23 out of 100. We halved those numbers because a percentage is out of 100 we halved it to get it out of 100.

so 23 out of 100 is 23% so dawn sold 23%of the cookies.

Hope this helps :)

tom sold 60% of 90 cookies which is 54.

scott sold 2/3 of 150 cookies which is 100.

altogether the three of them sold 54+100+46 cookies which is 200.

Dawn sold 46 of these 200 cookies. To work out the percentage we have both the numbers to get 23 out of 100. We halved those numbers because a percentage is out of 100 we halved it to get it out of 100.

so 23 out of 100 is 23% so dawn sold 23%of the cookies.

Hope this helps :)

Well i think you mean to simplify 42/70 which is:

(2 * 3 * 7) / (2 * 5 * 7)

= ((2 * 3 * 7) : (2 * 7)) / ((2 * 5 * 7) : (2 * 7))

= (42 : 14) / (70 : 14) = 3 / 5

(2 * 3 * 7) / (2 * 5 * 7)

= ((2 * 3 * 7) : (2 * 7)) / ((2 * 5 * 7) : (2 * 7))

= (42 : 14) / (70 : 14) = 3 / 5

B)Yes,because the number is terminating decimal.

C)No,because the number is not terminating decimal.

D)No,because the number is repeating decimal.

Yes. Any decimal that repeats the same pattern forever is rational,

because it can be written as the quotient of integers.

This one can be written as 2,002 / 99,999 .

because it can be written as the quotient of integers.

This one can be written as 2,002 / 99,999 .

the answer is a yes it is a rational number