My little sister has a few questions in math that she cant figure out, can anyone help her.?

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My little sister has a few questions in math that she cant figure out, can anyone help her.?

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Sure depends on how old :)

- Jhannybean

Whats the question?

- muscrat123

ill help again:)

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- anonymous

@EmoMuch?Yes.

- anonymous

She is in 7th grade.

- anonymous

Okay, so she has a few questions that she is having trouble answering. Can you guys help?

- muscrat123

yea

- anonymous

Two squares have perimeters of 20 inches and 48 inches.
How much longer is a side of the larger square than a side of the smaller square?
A.
6 inches
B.
7 inches
C.
8 inches
D.
12 inches

- muscrat123

b

- muscrat123

next?

- anonymous

Stephanie's rectangular garden was 12 feet long and had a perimeter of 40 feet. She made her garden 6 feet longer.
How could she calculate the area of her new garden?
A.
She could calculate that the length of her new garden is 18 feet. The width of this garden would be 2 feet if the perimeter is 40 feet. She would multiply 18 × 2 to calculate the area.
B.
She could calculate that the dimensions of her original garden were 12 feet by 8 feet. The length of the new garden would be 18 feet. She would multiply 18 × 8 to calculate the area.
C.
She could calculate that the width of her original garden is 28 feet. The length of the new garden would be 18 feet. She would multiply 28 × 18 to calculate the area.

- muscrat123

either a or b. im not reaslly sure

- anonymous

This one is easy. Raul hiked 5.7 kilometers.
How many meters did Raul hike?
A.
0.0057 meters
B.
0.057 meters
C.
5700 meters
D.
57,000 meters

- muscrat123

c yes?

- anonymous

I believe so.

- muscrat123

mkay next?

- anonymous

She has 5 more questions.

- muscrat123

mkay

- anonymous

Which mixed number and improper fraction are represented by the point X on the number line?
number line from 0 to 5 with point labeled X between 1 and 2, three ticks are equally spaced between 1 and 2, point is on the right tick
A.
B.
C.
D.

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