Ms. mcneil buys 2.4 gallons of gasoline. the total cost is $7.56. write and solve an equation to find the price p in dollars of one gallon of gasoline.
c = 32 * pi or approximately 100.48
the formula for circumference is
c = 2*pi*r
we know the radius is 16
c = 2*pi*16
c = 32 pi
or if we approximate pi as 3.14
c = 32 *3.14
to start, we know that the initial boiling point is 212 degrees f. for every 1 added to e, the boiling point decreases by 2. so, we havethe equation 212 - 2e or -2e + 212 = b or d).
1.00 is the price of the battery. since the torch cost 1.50 more than the battery we just subtract what we know is how much more the torch cost from the total cost. while this has no meaning to the question i just wanted to put this in here.
first we divide 1.50 by 2.50 to get it as a decimal. which gives us 0.6. now we put 6/10 then try to simplify it.
3/5 is our answer