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  • 5 years ago

I need help with Equivalent Fractions

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  1. anonymous
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    what is it that you need help on?

  2. Lauren
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    i need to find out if four diffrent fractions are equivalent to each other

  3. anonymous
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    i need help with something people !!

  4. Lauren
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    witch are 3/4 18/25 15/20 and 75/100 witch ones are equivlent

  5. myininaya
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    3/4=6/8=9/12=12/16=15/20=18/24

  6. anonymous
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    someone help me !

  7. myininaya
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    that was just some examples that are equal to 3/4

  8. myininaya
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    3/4=15/20

  9. anonymous
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    @myininaya help me .

  10. myininaya
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    =75/100

  11. Lauren
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    no like it says out of thesse witch ones are equal to each other

  12. anonymous
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    im not talking about that . help me with something else .

  13. Lauren
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    thnxs myininaya

  14. anonymous
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    Lauren, what is the question that you are trying to answer?

  15. myininaya
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    she wanted to know which one of those fractions were equal. 3/4=15/20=75/100

  16. Lauren
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    to each other

  17. anonymous
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    duuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuhhhhhhhhh

  18. anonymous
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    oh, so the 75/100 would be equal to 15/20?

  19. anonymous
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    YEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS

  20. anonymous
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    K, sorry

  21. anonymous
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    lmaao , its ard girl(:

  22. Lauren
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    any more

  23. anonymous
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    do you think you could help me out with one of my word problems?

  24. anonymous
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    me ?

  25. anonymous
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    sure

  26. Lauren
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    yeah what

  27. anonymous
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    born ready !

  28. anonymous
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    ok, are you ready? Lauren dove into a swimming pool from a 15-foot-high diving board with an initial upward velocity of 8 feet per second. Find the time t in seconds it took lauren to enter thh water. Use the model for vertical motion given by the equation: h=-16t^2+vt+s, where h is height in feet, t is time in seconds, v is the initial upward velocity i feet per second, and s is the initial height in feet. (HInt: let h=0 represent the surface of the pool.)

  29. anonymous
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    oh my jesus . what grade are you in ?

  30. anonymous
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    im a freshman in high school. Algebra 1. Is this too hard for you?

  31. anonymous
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    haha . naah .

  32. anonymous
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    k, I learned how to do this last year because i was in algebra last year, but i failed. Anyway i have never remembered how to answer these type of questions

  33. anonymous
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    well , first think what exactly are they trying to ask you ? whats important in the problem and whats just gravy?

  34. anonymous
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    ok

  35. anonymous
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    Use the model for velocity motion given by the equation h=16t^2+vt+s, where h is height in feet , t is seconds, v is the initial upward velocity in feet per second, and s is the initial height in feet. : I think the equation should be h = -16t^2 + vt + s (-16t^2 is the downward force of gravity) : When the diver strikes the water, h = 0, therefore -16t^2 + 8t + 15 = 0 Multiply by -1 and try to factor this 16t^2 - 8t - 15 = 0 (4t - 5)(4t + 3) = 0 Positive solution 4t = 5 t = t = 1.25 seconds to hit the water

  36. anonymous
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    break it down.

  37. anonymous
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    so I need to know the height of the board and the upward velocity of 8 feet per second and i don't know what else

  38. anonymous
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    i kinda showed you up there right?

  39. anonymous
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    Oh my gosh, THank you so much

  40. anonymous
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    Yo kerianne23 I gave you a hint for that locker pellet if it helps. If you;re still there, and haven't solved it yet, check that out. If It doesn't help, get back to me!

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