anonymous
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HELP! (again ._.)
Mathematics
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which equation can be used to find the answer? Scott works a total of 14.5 hours after school from Monday to Friday. After the weekend, he has worked a total of 27.75 hours for the entire week. How many hours does Scott work on the weekend? A. w = 14.5 + 27.75 w = 42.25 42.25 hours B. w = 14.5 + 27.75 w = 41.25 41.25 hours C. w + 14.5 = 27.75 w = 13.25 13.25 hours D. w – 14.5 = 27.75 w = 13.75 13.75 hours
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey mika
anonymous
  • anonymous
(this is for my little cuzin not me shes in the 6th grade so help me help her)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
I could be wrong
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey mika use mathway..It helps and its free
anonymous
  • anonymous
mah I'll give it a try
anonymous
  • anonymous
Dont trust that other guy...Hes level 3
anonymous
  • anonymous
so?
anonymous
  • anonymous
use mathway
anonymous
  • anonymous
@lordhelix8th @fallengoddess @KamikazeKaitouJeanne
anonymous
  • anonymous
@sugarplum15
anonymous
  • anonymous
MIKA!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
what?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Please use mathway.
anonymous
  • anonymous
no >.>
anonymous
  • anonymous
Why not
anonymous
  • anonymous
cause
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ahhhhh.Well what can i help with
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey i gots another question Which equation can be used to find the answer? An aquarium worker removed 78 fish from a tank. There were still 186 fish left in the tank. How many fish were in the tank before any were removed? A. f ÷ 2 =78 f = 156 156 fish B. f ÷ 2 =186 f = 372 372 fish C. f – 78 = 186 f = 264 264 fish D. f + 78 = 186 f = 108 108 fish
anonymous
  • anonymous
I suck at these hold on.
anonymous
  • anonymous
nvm
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Ashleyisakitty
anonymous
  • anonymous
would you just help me
anonymous
  • anonymous
Mika i am so sorry.....I suck badly at math. I will get a mod or a high level
lordhelix8th
  • lordhelix8th
I THINIK C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry. But heres a smiley face...BTW it was copy and pasted
anonymous
  • anonymous
._. longggggg
lordhelix8th
  • lordhelix8th
w + 14.5 = 27.75 w = 13.25 13.25 hours
anonymous
  • anonymous
Like something else .-.
anonymous
  • anonymous
a breadstick
anonymous
  • anonymous
hey i gots another question Which equation can be used to find the answer? An aquarium worker removed 78 fish from a tank. There were still 186 fish left in the tank. How many fish were in the tank before any were removed? A. f ÷ 2 =78 f = 156 156 fish B. f ÷ 2 =186 f = 372 372 fish C. f – 78 = 186 f = 264 264 fish D. f + 78 = 186 f = 108 108 fish
lordhelix8th
  • lordhelix8th
this one i think c because if it were b u wold have to put the fish in groups and a and d dont makes sense to me so i think c
anonymous
  • anonymous
omg thanks

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