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Hi could you please help me out with this question
In a certain class the boys were reduced by 20% and the girls by 30%. After the reduction the total number of students in the class is 260. How many students were in the class before the reduction?
For each month of next year, Company R's monthly revenue target is x dollars greater than its monthly revenue target for the preceding month. What is Company R's revenue target for March of next year? 1 Company R's revenue target for December of next year is 310,000 2 Company R's revenue target for ...
Hi can someone please help explain the solution to this
The number of years of service of the eight employees in a production department are 15, 10, 9, 17, 6, 4, 14 and 16. What is the range in the number of years of service of the eight employees?
Krisraam can you please elaborate on the steps yo your solutionkrisraam wrote:x = y ( 1000/(60*60))
y = 18x/5
Can someone please confirm this if this is standard formulaaatech wrote:QS is height of the triangle PQR...
Ht of equilateral traingle is calculated by formula
(root3)/2 * side
This is a std formula
I have serious problems with exponent questions.moutar wrote:(3^(x-1))^3
= 3^3x /3^3
= 10/3 = D
Moutar can you please explain how
= 3^3x /3^3 transformed to become
thanks in advance
With the success of the MP3 format, CD retailer Musicfest is going out of business. At first the store discounted all its albums 40%. Today, the store is adding an additional discount of 25% off the already discounted price of albums. The two discounts are equal to a total discount of: A.70% B.55% C...
Can someoone please help in explaning the solution to this question At the candy shop, Calvin purchased 24 chocolate bars and 10 gumdrops. If the cost of each chocolate bar is ten times the cost of each gum drop, what percent of the total purchase price was the cost of all of the gum drops? A.8% B.6...
I think the answer is B this is how i solve it though D = RT After 3 hours there would be a distance of 18 miles between the two cyclist Distance covered by first cyclist D = 6*3 = 18 The difference in speeds at which the two are cycling is 4 mph Therefore we assume Second cyclist has to cover a dis...