Answer:

Total **number** of **calories** in 8 ounce **yogurt** is 300 calories.

**Given that;**

Total **number** of calories in 2 **ounce** yogurt = 75 calories

**Find:**

Total **number** of **calories** in 8 ounce yogurt

**Computation:**

Total **number** of calories in 8 ounce **yogurt** = 75[8/2]

Total number of **calories** in 8 ounce yogurt = 75[4]

Total **number** of calories in 8 ounce yogurt = 300 calories

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Answer:
Just divide 8 by 2 and you'll get 4

Each container is 2 ounces so do 75 times 4 and you'll get 300 calories

Each container is 2 ounces so do 75 times 4 and you'll get 300 calories

What is the slope of the ordered pair?(6,-12) (15,-3) a. 2b. -1c. -2d. 1

Un topografo situado en un punto c localiza dos puntos a y b en los lados opuestos de un lago . Si el punto c esta situado a 5km de a y 8 km de b y ademas el angulo formado en el punto c es de 36 grados . Calcular el ancho del lago

What is the value of g[f(4)] for the functions f(x) = 3x-5 and g(x) = 2-x^2

At a restaurant jars of tomato sauce are stored in boxes in the pantry . each box contains 8 jars of tomato sauce . A cook uses 2 jars from 1 of the boxes .Which function shows the relationship between y , the total number of jars of tomato sauce remaining in the pantry , and x , the number of boxes in the pantry?

Mr. Tom gives $30 to Bailey and Jenny. If Bailey gets twice as much money as Jenny how much will Jenny get?

Un topografo situado en un punto c localiza dos puntos a y b en los lados opuestos de un lago . Si el punto c esta situado a 5km de a y 8 km de b y ademas el angulo formado en el punto c es de 36 grados . Calcular el ancho del lago

What is the value of g[f(4)] for the functions f(x) = 3x-5 and g(x) = 2-x^2

At a restaurant jars of tomato sauce are stored in boxes in the pantry . each box contains 8 jars of tomato sauce . A cook uses 2 jars from 1 of the boxes .Which function shows the relationship between y , the total number of jars of tomato sauce remaining in the pantry , and x , the number of boxes in the pantry?

Mr. Tom gives $30 to Bailey and Jenny. If Bailey gets twice as much money as Jenny how much will Jenny get?

The answer is (x - 1)(3x + 5)

Let's substitute (x + 2) with a:

3(x + 2)² - 10(x + 2) + 3 = 3a² - 10a + 3 =

= 3a² - 9a - a + 3 =

= 3a * a - 3a *3 - (a - 3) =

= 3a(a - 3) - (a - 3) =

= (a - 3)(3a - 1)

Now, substitute a with x + 2:

(a - 3)(3a - 1) = (x + 2 - 3)(3(x + 2) - 1) =

= (x - 1)(3x + 6 - 1) =

= (x - 1)(3x + 5)

Let's substitute (x + 2) with a:

3(x + 2)² - 10(x + 2) + 3 = 3a² - 10a + 3 =

= 3a² - 9a - a + 3 =

= 3a * a - 3a *3 - (a - 3) =

= 3a(a - 3) - (a - 3) =

= (a - 3)(3a - 1)

Now, substitute a with x + 2:

(a - 3)(3a - 1) = (x + 2 - 3)(3(x + 2) - 1) =

= (x - 1)(3x + 6 - 1) =

= (x - 1)(3x + 5)

− 180h − 180h

250 + 20h = 300

h = credit hours

250+200h = 300+180h

-180h -180h

250+20h = 300

-250 -250

20h = 50

/20 /20

h = 2.5

-180h -180h

250+20h = 300

-250 -250

20h = 50

/20 /20

h = 2.5

Answer:h=2.5

Step-by-step explanation:

sin40cos20+cos40sin20

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The given expression is in the form

sinAcosB+cosAsinB

we know that

sin(A+B)=sinAcosB+cosAsinB

therefore

sin40cos20+cos40sin20=sin(40+20)

=sin60

=√3/2

Hope this helps.

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**Answer: I think the answer is 4 because usually when you find the rate of something it means you divided the two numbers or however many numbers you have... So, 12 divided by 3 is 4... So, 4 hours for each lawn she mows... or something like that... So, 4 lawns per hour...**

**Final answer is 4 lawns per hour... If this isn't the correct answer i am very sorry... Stay safe and have a great weekend!!! :D**

**Answer:**

4 lawns per hour

**Step-by-step explanation:**

4 lawns per hour or 1 lawn per 15 mins.

12/3 is the unit rate so 4/1.

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**Answer:**

12x + 164

**Step-by-step explanation:**

3x + 103 + 9x + 61

rewrite it

3x + 9x + 103 + 61

add 3x and 9x

12x + 103 + 61

add 103 and 61

12x + 164

of the remaining children get off, leaving the bus only half full.

How many children were on the bus at the start?

**Answer:**

12

**Step-by-step explanation:**

If there are x children on the bus at the start, after the first stop, there are (x-3) remaining. After two stops, the number on the bus is ...

x/2 = x -3 -(1/3)(x -3)

Multiplying by 6, we have ...

3x = 6x -18 -2(x -3)

3x = 4x -12 . . . . simplify

12 = x . . . . . . . . add 12-3x

**There were 12 children on the bus at the start**.

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*Check*

After 3 got off at the first stop, there were 12-3 = 9 remaining. 1/3 of those, or 9/3=3 got off at the second stop, so 9 -3 = 6 remained. This is half the original number, as required.

Let X represent the number of children on the bus originally. The equation formed is 2/3*(X - 3) = X/2, and when we solve it, we find that X equals 12 which indicates that there were 12 children on the bus at the start.

Let's denote the number of **children** on the bus at the start as X. After the first stop, the number of children on the bus became X - 3, because 3 children got off. After the second stop, a third of the remaining children got off, so the number of children on the bus became 2/3*(X - 3). According to the problem, after all the stops, the bus was half full. Therefore, we can set up an **equation**: 2/3*(X - 3) = X/2.

To solve the equation, we can multiply all terms by 6 to clear out the fractions and obtain the equation: 4*(X - 3) = 3X. This simplifies to 4X - 12 = 3X which simplifies further to X = 12, meaning there were initially 12 children on the bus.

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