Solve the equation 4+0.3x=19


Answer 1
Answer: Step #1).  Subtract 4 from each side of the equation.

Step #2).  Divide each side by 0.3 .

At this point, be careful.  The answer will jump up off the paper
into your face.
Answer 2






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a share of stock in the bree medical supply company is quoted at 35 1/4. suppose you hold 20 shares of that stock, which you bought at 31 1/2. if you sold your stock at 35 1/4 how much profit would you make?



The profit is 75

Step-by-step explanation:

The price at which the shares were bought is:

31 (1)/(2)=31+(1)/(2) = 31.5

The price at which it will sell the shares is:

35 (1)/(4)=35+(1)/(4) = 35.25

The number of shares that will be sold is:


So the profit is:

Profit = n(35.25 - 31.5)\n\nProfit=20(3.75)\n\nProfit=75

In times what equals 28,21,60,48,24,45


I would say 1 but I feel like that wouldn't help you and that's all I know, plus I don't want to look it up because of the policy. I wanna help tho, so that's all I'm gonna say (please don't get mad at me)
28 - 7x4, 2x14, 4x7, 14x2
21 - 7x3
60 - 2x30, 3x20, 5x12, 6x10, 12x5, 20x3, 30x2
48 - 2x24, 3x16, 4x12, 6x8, 8x6, 12x4, 16x3, 24x2
24 - 2x12, 3x8, 4x6, 6x4, 8x3, 12x2
45 - 3x15, 5x9, 9x5, 15x3

How do you know if an equation represents a proportional relationship?


If it creates a straight line on a graph, it is proportional

What is 143 divided by 11


143 ÷ 11 =

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Y = mx + b looking for x


Use the formula y=1 and so forth

Jack had 50 sweets he dropped 6 and gave away 4 and cut 7 in half how many did he have?


He had 33 whole sweets and 14 half-sweets.
if this is supposed to be a trick question, you can pick up candy if you drop it, and if he cut 7 in half, he still has 7, their just in halfs. so really, you just need to subtract 50 and 4, and you'll get 46.