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fan, Medal , and testimony Please help!!!! i am stuck! Pansy measured the height of a window frame as 5.12 feet, but the actual height was 6 feet. What is the percentage of error in Pansy's measurement? 6.82% 6.88% 14.67% 11.12% @ganeshi8

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  1. anonymous
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    @ganeshie8

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    @Abhisar

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    @SolomonZelman @sweetburger @Stormswan @shadowhuntergaming

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    @paki

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    yes

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    can you help me with this Pansy measured the height of a window frame as 5.12 feet, but the actual height was 6 feet. What is the percentage of error in Pansy's measurement? 6.82% 6.88% 14.67% 11.12%

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    sir im o very sorry i do history so o sorry

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    ok and not a sir

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    @speartonion @Skip2mylou426 @Stormswan

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    anyone please

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    @shamallamadingdong

  12. anonymous
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    \[Error = \frac{ Measured - Actual }{ Actual }\times 100 \%\]

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    please explain more

  14. anonymous
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    The measured height is 5.12 feet. The actual height is 6 feet. Put in above equation.

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    0k so -0.88

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    -0.14666666666 is my answer

  17. anonymous
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    You need to multiply by 100% to convert it into a percent error.

  18. anonymous
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    14.67 %

  19. anonymous
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    right?

  20. anonymous
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    Correct. Well done. I neglected to say that the answer should be a positive number so you would need to take the absolute value. But you figured that out.

  21. anonymous
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    ok can you help with a few more cuz you rock!!!

  22. anonymous
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    Sure. Please post your questions.

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    Which unit rate is the lowest price per ounce? Choice A: 22 ounces of potato chips for $3.49 Choice B: 40 ounces of potato chips for $4.79 Choice A Choice B The unit rates are equal. The unit rates cannot be determined.

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    btw you are so polite

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    is it choice B?

  26. anonymous
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    Im just guessing

  27. anonymous
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    Thanks. You must calculate the price per ounce for both choices. "Price per ounce" means divide price by ounces. What do you get for price per ounce for A and for B?

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    ok for A) 0.15863636363 and for b) 0.11975

  29. anonymous
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    Terrific. Choose which one is less and there's your answer.

  30. anonymous
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    b

  31. anonymous
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    Well done!

  32. anonymous
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    do you mid helping with like 10 more other questions

  33. anonymous
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    Please

  34. anonymous
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    Maybe a couple more but then I'll need to go.

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    np

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    Which graph shows a proportional relationship between the number of hours of renting a canoe and the total amount spent to rent the canoe? A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 18, 36, 54, 72, and 90. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 18 and 4, 36 and 6, 48 and 8, 56. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Number of Hours. The title on the y axis is Total Amount in dollars. A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 18, 36, 54, 72, and 90. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 18 and 4, 36 and 6, 56 and 8, 56. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Number of Hours. The title on the y axis is Total Amount in dollars. A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 18, 36, 54, 72, and 90. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 18 and 4, 18 and 6, 18 and 8, 18. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Number of Hours. The title on the y axis is Total Amount in dollars. A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. The values on the y axis are 0, 18, 36, 54, 72, and 90. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 2, 18 and 4, 36 and 6, 54 and 8, 72. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Number of Hours. The title on the y axis is Total Amount in dollars.

  37. anonymous
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    do you get it

  38. anonymous
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    Wow! That's a lot of stuff! Basically, what you need to do is to choose the answer that describes a straight line graph. More to come...

  39. anonymous
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    D)

  40. anonymous
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    cause X axis multiplied by Y axi9

  41. anonymous
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    So the x-values are given as (0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10) and the y-values are given as (0, 18, 36, 54, 72, 90). In order for there to be a straight line, the ordered pairs must be organized like (1st x-value, 1st y-value), (2nd x-value, 2nd y-value), etc. Do you understand what I mean?

  42. anonymous
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    csausre

  43. anonymous
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    oops sorry

  44. anonymous
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    yes

  45. anonymous
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    so X * 9 = Y

  46. anonymous
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    how about this one

  47. anonymous
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    The graph below shows the numbers of cups of strawberry juice that are mixed with different numbers of cups of lemon-lime soda to make servings of strawberry soda: A graph is shown. The values on the x axis are 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The values on the y axis are 0, 7, 14, 21, 28, 35. Points are shown on ordered pairs 0, 0 and 1, 7 and 2, 14 and 3, 21 and 4, 28. These points are connected by a line. The label on the x axis is Lemon-Lime Soda in cups. The title on the y axis is Strawberry Juice in cups. What is the ratio of the number of cups of strawberry juice to the number of cups of lemon-lime soda? 1:28 28:1 7:1 1:7

  48. anonymous
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    Do the same thing as you did for the last one. How many cups of strawberry juice are added for every cup of soda?

  49. anonymous
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    7

  50. anonymous
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    Right. Just make sure you choose the ratio in the right order. The question asks for strawberry juice : soda.

  51. anonymous
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    Is that 1:7 or 7:1 ?

  52. anonymous
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    7:1

  53. anonymous
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    C

  54. anonymous
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    Well done!

  55. anonymous
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    ok this is a fracttion one

  56. anonymous
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    If 4 over 7 of a ton of concrete covers 7 over 8 of a bridge, how many tons of concrete are required to cover the entire bridge? 17 over 56 ton 3 over 7 ton 1 over 2 ton 32 over 49 ton

  57. anonymous
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    So 4/7 tons of concrete covers 7/8 of the bridge. In order to cover the entire bridge, you need to add another 1/7 of the amount of concrete. Not sure how well I explained that. Does it make sense?

  58. anonymous
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    no not really i am a slow learner

  59. anonymous
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    if you dont know how we can skip it

  60. anonymous
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    Not at all. Let's see if I can do better.

  61. anonymous
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    I know how to do it, just having trouble explaining it.

  62. anonymous
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    i get it use the draw and solve it as if it were your math problem just dont put the answertr

  63. anonymous
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    k

  64. anonymous
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    OK, so 7/8 of the bridge is covered. But we need the whole bridge (8/8) to be covered. So, to go from 7 parts covered to 8 parts covered, you need to add 1 more part. But how much is that 1 more part? Well, you know how much the 7 parts is, so take that amount and divide it by 7 to figure out how much 1 part is.

  65. anonymous
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    1/7

  66. anonymous
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    no 1/8 sorry

  67. anonymous
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    Mathematically,\[\frac{ 4 }{ 7 } \text{ ton} + \frac{ 1 }{ 7 }\left( \frac{ 4 }{ 7 } \text{ ton}\right)\]

  68. anonymous
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    11 1/7

  69. anonymous
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    1 & 1/7

  70. anonymous
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    Not quite. What is 1/7 x 4/7 ?

  71. anonymous
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    4/49

  72. anonymous
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    Terrific. Now you need to add 4/7 + 4/49.

  73. anonymous
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    32/49

  74. anonymous
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    oh yes!!! D)

  75. anonymous
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    There's your answer. Well done! Sorry for the weak explanation.

  76. anonymous
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    mno i think that is the best anyone could do

  77. anonymous
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    The regular price of a coat is $35.25. During a sale, the coat was marked 20% off. What was the price of the coat during the sale? $28.20 $23.25 $35.05 $35.45

  78. anonymous
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    i wanted to know if it was A)

  79. anonymous
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    cuz i had solved it but wuz unsure

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    You are correct. Good job.

  81. anonymous
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    i did it!!!

  82. anonymous
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    Yayyy!

  83. anonymous
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    i tried doing what you just told me wit this one but i found myself wrong so: If a sprinkler waters 1 over 15 of a lawn in 1 over 3 hour, how much time will it take to water the entire lawn? 5 hours 15 hours 18 hours 45 hours

  84. anonymous
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    This one is a little easier. The whole lawn will take 15 times as long as it takes for 1/15 of the lawn. Does that make sense?

  85. anonymous
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    completely, yess

  86. anonymous
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    OK. What's 15 x 1/3 ?

  87. anonymous
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    5 easy

  88. anonymous
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    Bingo!!

  89. anonymous
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    ok

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    The table below shows the proportional relationship between the weight of cereal, in ounces, and the number of packs of cereal: Number of Packs of Cereal Number of Ounces of Cereal 2 34 3 51 4 68 What is the constant of proportionality? 9 17 34 36

  91. anonymous
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    What number (constant of proportionality) do you need to multiply the number of packs by to get the number of ounces?

  92. anonymous
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    number of packs of cerials number of ounces 2 34 3 51 4 68

  93. anonymous
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    In other words, just divide the number of ounces by the corresponding number of packs. It doesn't matter which example you use, the answer will be the same.

  94. anonymous
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    so 68, 153, 272

  95. anonymous
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    If 2 packs is 34 ounces, how many ounces is there in 1 pack?

  96. anonymous
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    17

  97. anonymous
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    oh thats my answer?

  98. anonymous
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    ok ok i see i see

  99. anonymous
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    Great. Should double check. If each pack contains 17 ounces, 3 pqcks should have 3 x 17 = 54 ounces. Does that check out? If so, then 17 is the correct answer.

  100. anonymous
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    Sorry. 51 ounces.

  101. anonymous
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    yes

  102. anonymous
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    and np

  103. anonymous
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    Then you've got the right answer. Yayy!

  104. anonymous
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    yayy!

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    Sorry. I have to log off. It's been a pleasure working with you!

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    ho w about thisL: The price of blackberries at a farm is $1.56 per pound. Which equation can be used to determine c, the total price of n pounds of blackberries? c = 1.56n c equals 1.56 over n c = 1.56 + n c = 1.56 − n

  107. anonymous
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    please last one

  108. anonymous
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    OK. Last one.

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    thank you

  110. anonymous
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    is it A) i did it i just wanna ckheck my work

  111. anonymous
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    If you know how much each pound costs, and you know how many pounds you have, what do you do with these two values to figure out the total cost?

  112. anonymous
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    multiply

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    Yayyy! You did it!!

  114. anonymous
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    ok wait

  115. anonymous
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    i need to give you a medal

  116. anonymous
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    and fan you and give testimony as i promised

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    Thanks. I appreciate it. Good luck with your studies.

  118. anonymous
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    ley me tell you my grade and thank you so much

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    100

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    100% yay thanks

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    Doesn't get any better than that. Great work!

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    !!! YAYYY!!!!

  123. anonymous
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    you too bye

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    Have a great day

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