anonymous
  • anonymous
Find the missing numbers. cost =350 Selling price N/A Markup on =cost Markup Rate=70% Markup Amount N/A MY answer : Selling Price = $947.00, Markup Amount = $478.00
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  • jamiebookeater
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radar
  • radar
Your mark-up seems hight, are you sure you used the correct rate of 70%?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok can you show me what i did wrong
radar
  • radar
Cost = $350 Mark-up rate is 70% mark-up= .70 X 350 = ?????

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radar
  • radar
Did you multiply cost by mark-up rate???
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
radar
  • radar
what did you get for the markup? I get $245
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got 245
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you think you can help me with my assignment if i post it
anonymous
  • anonymous
radar
  • radar
as long as it is not a long convoluted assignment, I ma be of help.
radar
  • radar
Which assignment? The triples or the other one?
anonymous
  • anonymous
both if possible
radar
  • radar
The triples has been provided to you earlier. I don't think I could add anything more.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i did not understand it
anonymous
  • anonymous
so if you could help me understand it i would be very thankful
radar
  • radar
Let me look at wiki and see if I can figure out something (like the assignment suggested)
anonymous
  • anonymous
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radar
  • radar
I looked at the wikipedia reference provided in your assignment, and it provided several triple generators. The one that seems the simplest is this one: a=2n+1 b=2n(n+1) c=2n(n+1) +1 Don't you agree?
radar
  • radar
You can use this to create triples. like letting n=1, you will get a=3, b=4, and c=5 And according to the pythagorean theorem \[3^{2}+4^{2}=5^{2}\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
but how
radar
  • radar
if you use n=2 you will get: a=5 b=12 c=13 \[5^{2}+12^{2}=13^{2}\]\[25+144 =169 \]yup you can proceed with your home workl.
anonymous
  • anonymous
hang on
anonymous
  • anonymous
so my answer would be put in how
anonymous
  • anonymous
that would be me showing my work
radar
  • radar
Follow the assignment template. You are to generate a total of 5 triples, using a triple generator. I have provided you a triple generator. I have already done two triples and used the pythagorean theorem to prove the triples, you must do the other three. Don't you see how this is done?
anonymous
  • anonymous
for the first one that you have done for me
anonymous
  • anonymous
would this be the second part
anonymous
  • anonymous
9+16=25
radar
  • radar
Don't forget to write an intro paragraph. in that you could mention the source of the triple wikipedia. And that was the first one not the second (my mistake)
anonymous
  • anonymous
but what im asking is [3^2 +4^2=5^2 \] comes out to 9+16=25
radar
  • radar
Possibily in the intro you could state you are going to use the right triangle as the pythagoras example to test and demonstrate your triples.
radar
  • radar
Yes 3 squared is 9, 4 squared is 16, 9+16 =25 which is 5 squared. This is the test for your triple. When you generate your triple show the work like: (for n=1) the first one "a=2(1)+1=3" "b=2(1)(1+1)=4" "c=2(1)(1+1)+1=5"
radar
  • radar
Do the remaining 4, then do the summarizing paragraph.
radar
  • radar
we have used n=1 and n=2 for thefirst two, use n=3, 4, 5 for the remaining 3.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thank you
anonymous
  • anonymous
what would a b and c be for all three still not clicking
radar
  • radar
Good luck with this. I don't know what kind of course you are taking, but it does have some interesting problems with "interesting" protocols for the answers lol. Bye

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