Answer:
To solve this problem, you must apply the proccedure shown below:

1. The problem gives the following information: Harold walks 3/4 miles in each 5/6 hours. Therefore, you have to divide 3/4 miles by 5/6 hours, as below:

unit rate=(3/4)(5/6)

unit rate=(3x6)(4x5)

unit rate=18/20

3. When you simplify, you obtain:

unit rate=9/10

4. Therefore, as you can see, the answer is:**Harold's unit rate is 9/10.**

1. The problem gives the following information: Harold walks 3/4 miles in each 5/6 hours. Therefore, you have to divide 3/4 miles by 5/6 hours, as below:

unit rate=(3/4)(5/6)

unit rate=(3x6)(4x5)

unit rate=18/20

3. When you simplify, you obtain:

unit rate=9/10

4. Therefore, as you can see, the answer is:

a rectangle has an area of 30 square meters and a perimeter of 34 meters what are the dimensions of the rectangle

The ratio of length to width in Gus's driveway is 13 yards to 4 yards . What is the ratio in feet?

A pitcher contains 40 fluid ounces of iced tea. Shelby pours 3 cups of iced tea. How many pints of iced tea are left in the pitcher? show your work.

Which expression has a value that is 6 times the value of the expression 63 – 3y?A. 6 X 63 - 3yB. 63 - 3y + 6C. 63+ (6 x 3y)D. 6 X (63 - 3y)o

Two stores sell the same computer for the same original price. Store A advertises that the computer is on sale for 25% off the original price. Store B advertises that it is reducing the computer’s price by $180. When Brittany compares the sale prices of the computer in both stores, she concludes that the sale prices are equal.Which equation models this situation?Let p represent the computer’s original price.A. 0.25p = p – 180B. 0.75p = p + 180C. 0.25(p – 180) = pD. 0.75p = p − 180

The ratio of length to width in Gus's driveway is 13 yards to 4 yards . What is the ratio in feet?

A pitcher contains 40 fluid ounces of iced tea. Shelby pours 3 cups of iced tea. How many pints of iced tea are left in the pitcher? show your work.

Which expression has a value that is 6 times the value of the expression 63 – 3y?A. 6 X 63 - 3yB. 63 - 3y + 6C. 63+ (6 x 3y)D. 6 X (63 - 3y)o

Two stores sell the same computer for the same original price. Store A advertises that the computer is on sale for 25% off the original price. Store B advertises that it is reducing the computer’s price by $180. When Brittany compares the sale prices of the computer in both stores, she concludes that the sale prices are equal.Which equation models this situation?Let p represent the computer’s original price.A. 0.25p = p – 180B. 0.75p = p + 180C. 0.25(p – 180) = pD. 0.75p = p − 180

2q+ 18= -5q -3

⇒ 2q+ 5q= -3 -18

⇒ 7q= -21

⇒ q= -21/7

⇒ q= -3

**Final answer: q= -3**~

⇒ 2q+ 5q= -3 -18

⇒ 7q= -21

⇒ q= -21/7

⇒ q= -3

**Answer:**

I thought i knew this, but now I forgot the order ^-^

**Step-by-step explanation:**

**Answer:**

not to be rude or anything but if u are lazy and dont

**want to search it up why are u dong it here?? like it basically the same if u search it up so...**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

hope ur answer gets solved tho :D

**Answer: I think it's 72.75**

**Step-by-step explanation:**

You divide 291 and 4 and it equals 72.75

You would do 4/291. Because of the wording, 291 is going INTO the 4. So, your answer is:

Approx. .014

Approx. .014

15 quarters

10 dimes

5 nickels

five more dimes than nickels means we know there is at least 5 dimes, or 50 cents

if we subtract this from $5, we have $4.50.

With those 5 dimes gone, the number of dimes equals the number of nickels. If there are 3 times as many quarters as nickels, there are also 3 times as many quarters as dimes. So for every 3 quarters (0.75), there is one dime (0.10) and one nickel (0.05).

0.75 + 0.10 + 0.05 = 0.90

you find the number of remaining coins by dividing the total minus the 5 dimes (4.50) by 0.90.

4.50 ÷ 0.90 = 5

this is how many times 3 quarters, one dime, and one nickel go into 4.50

so, the answer to how many of each coin is:

3 quarters × 5 = 15 quarters

one dime × 5 = 5 plus the original 5 we took out = 10 dimes

one nickel × 5 = 5 nickels

to check answer:

5.00 = 15(0.25) + 10(0.10) + 5(0.05)

5.00 = 3.75 + 1.00 + 0.25

5.00 = 5.00 ✔

10 dimes

5 nickels

five more dimes than nickels means we know there is at least 5 dimes, or 50 cents

if we subtract this from $5, we have $4.50.

With those 5 dimes gone, the number of dimes equals the number of nickels. If there are 3 times as many quarters as nickels, there are also 3 times as many quarters as dimes. So for every 3 quarters (0.75), there is one dime (0.10) and one nickel (0.05).

0.75 + 0.10 + 0.05 = 0.90

you find the number of remaining coins by dividing the total minus the 5 dimes (4.50) by 0.90.

4.50 ÷ 0.90 = 5

this is how many times 3 quarters, one dime, and one nickel go into 4.50

so, the answer to how many of each coin is:

3 quarters × 5 = 15 quarters

one dime × 5 = 5 plus the original 5 we took out = 10 dimes

one nickel × 5 = 5 nickels

to check answer:

5.00 = 15(0.25) + 10(0.10) + 5(0.05)

5.00 = 3.75 + 1.00 + 0.25

5.00 = 5.00 ✔

you keep the first number the way it is, and multiply by the reciprocal of the second number so:

6/1 * 3/2

6*3=18

1*2=2

So then you have 18/2 which is 9

6/1 * 3/2

6*3=18

1*2=2

So then you have 18/2 which is 9

**Answer: 9**

**Explantion:**

**Divide: 6 : 2/**

**3**

** = 6/**

**1**

** · 3/**

**2**

** = 6 · 3/**

**1 · 2**

** = 18/**

**2**

** = 2 · 9/**

**2 · 1**

** = 9**

**Dividing two fractions is the same as multiplying the first fraction by the reciprocal value of the second fraction. The first sub-step is to find the reciprocal (reverse the numerator and denominator, reciprocal of 2/**

**3**

** is 3/**

**2**

**) of the second fraction. Next, multiply the two numerators. Then, multiply the two denominators. In the next intermediate step, , cancel by a common factor of 2 gives 9/**

**1**

**.**

**In words - six divided by two thirds = nine.**

2,500 pieces of paper. Just multiply 5x500.

If there are 500 sheets of paper and there are 5 packages then you multiply 500 and 5 and get 2500