subject
Mathematics, 03.12.2019 07:14

18. mason is a friend with her homework.
look at his friend's work to determine and
explain the error she made finding the answer
to the problem. mp
1f3 dogs eat 4 pounds of food per day, how
many dogs eat 15 pounds of food?
multiply numerator and denominator by 5.
therefore, 20 dogs eat 15 s of food.​

ansver
Answers: 3

Another question on Mathematics

question
Mathematics, 04.02.2019 05:07
If jaime wants to find 60% of 320, which table should he use?
Answers: 1
question
Mathematics, 04.02.2019 02:20
Agroup of students want to create a garden. they do not know the exact measurements but they propose using a variable to represent the length and width of the garden. the length of the garden is 10 feet longer than double the width. use a single variable to write algebraic expressions for both the length and width of the garden. write an algebraic expression for the area of the garden. use mathematical terms to describe this expression.
Answers: 3
question
Mathematics, 03.02.2019 11:11
In triangle abc,d,e,f,.are the midpoints of sides bc,ac,ba.a line through c drawn parallel to de meets fe at g. prove that area of triangle def is equal to the area of the triangle ceg
Answers: 1
question
Mathematics, 03.02.2019 05:47
In one day there are too high tides into low tides and equally spaced intervals the high tide is observed to be 6 feet above the average sea level after six hours passed a low tide occurs at 6 feet below the average sea level in this task you will model this occurrence using a trigonometric function by using x as a measurement of time assume the first high tide occurs at x=0. a. what are the independent and dependent variables? b. determine these key features of the function that models the tide: 1.amplitude 2.period 3.frequency 4.midline 5.vertical shift 6.phase shift c. create a trigonometric function that models the ocean tide for a period of 12 hours. d.what is the height of the tide after 93 hours?
Answers: 1
You know the right answer?
18. mason is a friend with her homework.
look at his friend's work to determine and
expla...
Questions
Questions on the website: 6551841