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x=60?

b?

Yes

yes

ok :)

a?

hmm,,,
(3/4)x - 3 = -18
I guess I would add 3 to both sides first to get x by itself

okay :)

A?

right A :)

well, start by distributing the 4

-5x + 20, so false ?

yup, that's correct, good job

well, he started off with 96 pounds and he had 15.2 left, how much did he use up?

80.8

b?

yup

The sum of three consecutive numbers is 84. What is the largest of these numbers?
26
27
28
29

x=27

right, now find x + 1 + 1

x + 2

now plug in your x value

x = 27, x + 2 = ?

um help me with this one

oh so...
27 = 27 and 27 + 2

yup, so x + 2 = 27 + 2 = 29, and 29 is your answer

oh i get it ..okie dokie :))

ok

soo??

a?

nope, remember, 5x and 5y...

correct

divide cost by number of ounces, then see whether choice A or B is bigger

A is bigger

oh wait, for the other problem, it wants the smaller one, so it would be choice B

oh okay! :)

c?

c?

yeah, c, sorry I got distracted a bit

its okay.. lol :)

how do i calculate

well, just look at row 1
if 3 cupcakes cost 12, then how much does 1 cost?

12

oh i mean $4

right, now keep going for each of the other rows in the table

they are all 4

now look at the answer choices

nope, read carefully

the relationship is proportional, and the price of the cupcakes is 4 times the number of cupcakes

right

well, x-axis = number of tables and y-axis = number of chairs, so what do you think (1,4) means?

A?

correct

well, read the graph, and tell em how many cups of cherry juice there are for 1 cup of lime soda

c?

nope, just look at the graph and tell me how many cups of cherry juice for ONE cup of lime soda

read the graph carefully...

lemon-lime soda = 1
cherry juice = ?

i dont get it :(

read the graph carefully
when lemon-soda = 1, what does cherry juice = ?

lemon soda is the x, cherry juice is y...

yup, so that makes our ratio 5:1

okay!

easy, just figure out how many ounces are in one bag

great, yes

hint: the answer involves multiplication

D?

yes

first find the price of 1 hat using the graph

13

c?

nope... the graph tells us that 2 hats cost 13.00... so 1 hat costs?

6.5?

right, so our answer is...?

ok let me start reading really don't like long threads

can you do a new question then tag me?