 # Math and Arithmetic

## Math is the study of abstractions. Math allows us to isolate one or a few features such as the number, shape or direction of some kind of object. Then we can study what can be learned about the behavior of those features while ignoring everything else about the object.

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# Is 115 yards bigger than 327 feet. explain?

Convert to the same units, then a comparison can be made:

1 yd = 3 ft

→ 115 yd = 115 x 3 ft = 345 ft > 327 ft

→ 115 yd is bigger than 327 feet.

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# Which term describes a line segment that connects a vertex of a triangle to the midpoint of the opposite side?

Median =apex lover you

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# What is the degree of f The table shows ordered pairs for a polynomial function, fх f(x)-3 63--2 8-1 - 10 01 -12 83 63?

The table shows ordered pairs for a polynomial function, f

х f(x)

-3 63

--2 8

-1 - 1

0 0

1 -1

2 8

3 63

What is the degree of f?

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# What is the nth term of 7 10 13 16?

The nth term of this sequence is 3n + 4

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# What is your grade if you miss 2 out of 10 problems?

Missing two questions = getting eight questions correct.

8/10 = 80%

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# What times 30 equals 120?

4 x 30

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# How do you write 0.001 as a fraction?

The fraction of 0.001 is 1/1000
1/1000

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Factoring and Multiples

# What number has factors of 2 and 3 and multiples of 12 and 18?

6, because 3*2=6 and 6*2=12 and 3*6=18

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# If you are 13 years old when were you born?

You can calculate the year you were born if you subtract your age from the present year.

For example, if you are 13 years old, and it is currently the year 2020, you were probably born in 2007; and if you are 13 years old in 2021, you were probably born in 2008.

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# How do you round 7.82 to the nearest tenth?

2 is lower than 5 so you turn it into a 0 so the answer is 7.8 or 7.8

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# How much is 864 divided by 21?

864/21 = 41,142857142857142857142857142857

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Acids and Bases

# How can 50 mL of one salt solution have more mass than 50 mL of a second salt solution?

Because the one with more mass has more salt in it. At 25º C 100 ml of water can dissolve 36 g of NaCl, maximum. You could make salt water with any amount of salt less than the maximum.

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# What is one fifth of 45?

Nine

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# How can equivalent fractions help when adding mixed numbers?

It can help by when finding the LCD (Least Common Denominator) you find the least number they have in common then that number is your equivalent fraction.

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# When a remainder of 1 or more in the process of doing synthetic division tells you that you have found a root of the polynomial function and a factor of the polynomial.?

The statement is not true.

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# What x 8 equals 32?

32/8 = 4. So 4 times 8 equals 32.

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# Explain why multiplying 37.4 times 0.1 gives a priduct that id less than 37.4?

dont use this website. it sucks

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# 3.4 as a mixed number?

3 and 4/10

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# How many times does 8 go into 13?

8 goes into 13 once with a remainder of 5.

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# What is two thirds divided by 3?

2 ninths

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# How many times does 6 go into 120?

120 ÷ 6 = 20

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# What is 54 divided by two thirds?

It is 81

54 is equivalent to 54/1 therefore the question is actually 54/1 divided by 2/3 to divide fractions you simply flip one and multiply them. that gives you 54/1* 3/2 which = 162/2 which is 81.

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