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The ratio of a quarterback's completed passes to attempted passes is 6 to 7. If he attempted 21 passes, find how many passes he completed. a. 7 passes c. 18 passes b. 25 passes d. 3 passes

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  1. anonymous
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    1ST do 6/7 to get the ratio

  2. anonymous
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    divide it?

  3. anonymous
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    Yes do \[\frac{ 6 }{ 7 }\]

  4. anonymous
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    0.85714

  5. anonymous
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    ?

  6. anonymous
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    Now multiply that by 21

  7. anonymous
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    18

  8. anonymous
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    Yep

  9. anonymous
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    thanks ill put another one up in like 1 min

  10. anonymous
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    Select the common unit rate you would use to solve a problem involving the speed of a vehicle. a. earnings per week c. kilometers per hour b. words per minute d. miles per gallon

  11. anonymous
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    What do you think?

  12. anonymous
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    haha kph

  13. anonymous
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    Yep

  14. anonymous
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    ok

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    140 mi in 3.5 h a. 40 mi per h c. 0.03 mi per h b. 143.5 mi per h d. 35 mi per h

  16. anonymous
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    do \[140 ÷ 3.5\]

  17. anonymous
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    40

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    n the Himalaya Mountains along the border of Tibet and Nepal, Mount Everest reaches a record height of 29,035 feet. How high is Mt. Everest in miles? Use the conversion equivalency of 1 mile = 5280 feet. a. 5.5 miles b. 5 miles c. 6 miles d. 3.5 miles

  19. anonymous
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    the first word is in

  20. anonymous
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    Do 29035÷5280

  21. anonymous
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    5.49905303

  22. anonymous
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    5.5?

  23. anonymous
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    A

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    Jeremy's car went 300 miles (highway) on 10 gallons of gasoline. What was the average number of miles per gallon? a. 31 mpg c. 32 mpg b. 29 mpg d. 30 mpg

  25. anonymous
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    300÷10

  26. anonymous
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    30

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    The distance between New York City, New York and Los Angeles, California is approximately 4485 kilometers. What is the distance between these two major cities in miles? Use the conversion equivalency of 1 mile = 1.609 kilometers and round to the nearest mile. a. 7217 miles b. 7216 miles c. 2787 miles d. 2788 miles

  28. anonymous
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    I am going to help you with this last one because I think you got the hang of it

  29. anonymous
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    4485•1.609

  30. anonymous
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    7216.365

  31. anonymous
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    yeah so A

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    thanks i will talk to you tomorrow what your number so i can tell you when im online

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    myn is 575-512-7994

  34. anonymous
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    Ok

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    I got it

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    text me so i have your number

  37. anonymous
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    Don't forget to close the question

  38. anonymous
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    Ok

  39. anonymous
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    i closed it allready lol

  40. anonymous
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    ok cya

  41. anonymous
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    k

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    It is recommended that there be at least 15.9 square feet of ground space in a garden for every newly planted shrub. A garden is 37.1 feet by 15 feet. Find the maximum number of shrubs the garden can accommodate. a. 185 shrubs c. 35 shrubs b. 12 shrubs d. 2 shrubs

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