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A store manager paid $74 for an item and set the selling price at $102.86. What was the percent markup? - A rope cut

From a rope of 200 m, pieces of equal sizes are cut. If each part is ¼ m, find the number of pieces. - Din has

Din has 15 3/4 kg of nuts. Suppose you sell the nuts for P40.00 for every 1/4 kg. How much is the total cost of the nuts? - Marry

Marry had 1 1/2 dozen eggs in the refrigerator. She used 1/3 of the eggs. What part of the eggs was used? - Find all

Find all right-angled triangles whose side lengths form an arithmetic sequence. - Non equivalent ints

Two n-digit integers are said to be equivalent if one is a permutation of the other. Find the number of 5-digit integers such no two are equivalent. If the digit 5,7,9 can appear at most one, how many non-equivalent five-digit integers are there? - Score on tests

On the first six tests in his Mathematics subject, his scores were 92, 82, 86, 93, 96, and 91. If he took the seventh test and raised the mean of his scores by exactly one point, what is his score on the 7th test? - Henry

Henry has scored 72, 67, 82, and 79 on his Algebra tests. Use an inequality to find the scores he must take on the final exam to pass the course with an average of 77 or higher, given that the final exam counts as two tests. - Jen and Steve

Jen and Steve plan to read a series of famous books. Jen has already read ten books and will continue to read three books per week. Steve, who hasn't started reading the series yet, will read four books per week. How long will it take for Steve to be read - Observation 76644

From the smaller observation tower, we see the top of the larger tower at an elevation angle of 23°, and the difference in their heights is 12 m. How far apart are the observation towers? - Salome

Salome bought 4 3/5 kilograms of oranges, 1 kilogram for 2 1/2 GEL (currency Georgian Lari), and 5 1/4 kilograms of apples, 1 kilogram for 1 4/5 GEL. In which fruit did Salome pay more, and by how much? - There 25

There are four red marbles and six blue marbles in a bag. What is the probability of picking up one blue marble and then one red marble? (assume that you keep the blue marble out of the bag) - At the 2

In the beginning, Kim has 25 cards. He then gave 11 cards to his friend. His cousin came over and gave him 17 cards. His uncle also came and gave him 18 cards. How many cards does he have now? - The ribbon

Maricel has 12 ⅝ meters of ribbon. She gave 5 ⅛ meters to Annalise and 4 ⅜ meters to Analisa. How many meters of ribbon was left to her? - Evaluate 27

Evaluate the expression shown below and write your answer as a fraction in the simplest form. (8)/(3)+ (11)/(12) - A carpenter

A carpenter had a 10-meter piece of lumber from which he cut into two pieces. One of those pieces was 5 2/3 meters long. How long was the piece that remained? - The classroom 3

The classroom needs a new floor. The dimensions of the classroom are 34 1/2 feet by 36 1/2 feet. Find the area of the classroom. SIMPLIFY. - Five friends

Five friends ate a 12-slice pizza. Samir ate three times as many slices as Joe. Joe ate half as many slices as Emily. Kendra and Fong together ate half a pizza. Kendra ate one-third as many slices as Samir. Fong ate the most slices. What fraction of a piz

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