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All math worksheets found on Math Worksheets website are free math worksheets. Math help worksheets on this website are for many different levels. Some math worksheets are for primary school mathematics, some are free elementary math worksheets, some are first 1st grade math worksheets, 2nd grade math worksheets, 4th grade math worksheets, 6th grade math worksheets, and 5th grade math worksheets. All math worksheets are printable math worksheets by using the print button on your internet browser.
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Question: I need help on math problems for homework!?
I need help with the following questions on my math worksheet.
They are kind of “brain-teaser” questions and I can’t figure them out.
3. A certain product is sold as either powder or a liquid. A survey reveals that 1/3 of the consumers interviewed do not use powder, 2/7 do not use the liquid, 427 use both liquid and powder and 1/5 do not use the product at all. How many consumers were interviewed?
4. Find the one’s digit of 1998^1999 – 1999^1998 (explanation please!)
6. From an 8.5″ by 11″ sheet of paper, x” by x” squares are cut from 2 corners and x” by 5.5″ rectangles from the other 2 corners. The paper is then folded to form a box with a lid. Express the volume of the box in terms of x.
Any explanations will be greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for your time!
Let the number of consumers interviewed be x.
(1/3)x + (2/7)x = (13/21)x do not use either powder or liquid of the product.
(1/5)x do not use the product at all.
Number of people using both liquid and powder are
[1 - (13/21 + 1/5)]x = [1 - (86/105)]x = (19/105)x = 427
x = 427*105/19 = 2360
1998^1999 – 1999^1998
= 1998^(1998 + 1) – (1998 + 1)^1998
= 1998^1998 + 1998^1 – (1998^1998 + 1^1998)
= 1998 – 1 = 1997
The one’s digit of 1998^1999 – 1999^1998 is therefore 7
Given an 8.5″ by 11″ sheet of paper:
x” by x” squares are cut from 2 corners and
x” by 5.5″ rectangles are cut from the other 2 corners.
The paper is then folded to form a box with a lid.
The dimensions of the box so formed is
x’ by x” by 5.5″
The volume of the box = 5.5 x^2 cubic inches.
Question: Can you help me with my ‘Pre-Algebra’ homework?
I had to do 50 problems as a review of all the chapters we did since the beginning of the school year and I have all but 11 done. Can you do them for me? I’ve been trying but I just can’t get them. They are soo tough! And I’m sleepy and can’t sleep until they are done! I have to show all of my work!
(I got the worksheets today!)
1. Simplify 7(3x + 5y) + 5(2x + 7y)
2. Find the LCM of 8xxy and 18xxyyz
3. Express 356 miles in 8 hours as a unit rate.
4. In a scale model of a boat, the tallest mast has a height of 7 inches. If the actual height of the mast is 35 feet, what is the scale of the model.
6. Solve each equation; 7.-4(x+9)= -12x – 4
7. 5n + 6 = 7(n +3) – 3n
8. Solve each inequality:: -4t > -32
9. Find two solutions for the equation 3x + 5y = 10, write the solutions as ordered pairs.
10. Graph y = 2x – 2 by plotting ordered pairs.
11. Solve the system of linear equations y= 4x + 7 and y = -3x by substitution.
Answer: 1. 21x + 35y + 10x +35y
= 31x + 70y
4. 7 : 35 is 1 : 5
6. -4x – 36 = -12x – 4
-4x + 12x = -4 + 36
8x = 32
x = 32/8
7. 5n + 6 = 7n + 21 – 3n
5n -7n – 3n = 21 – 6
-15n = 15
n = 15/-15
n = -1
and thats all i can help with, sorry :]
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Question: website for creating a worksheet for elementary math?
is there a website that i can create my own worksheet on shapes for kindergarten students? i have been searching the web all day, and there is not one worksheet that fits with my lesson. I think i would be better off making my own-but can’t seem to find a site for this. I tried lessonplanspage.com but they do not offer geometry for kindergarten as a subject…thanks for your help in advance!
i appreciate all your input. However, i have already looked at hundreds of websites. i want to CREATE my own (and not have to pay money). i don’t want to have to look up more websites, as they do not have what i am looking for. thanks
Answer: I teach high school algebra and geometry, and I create all of my own worksheets for class using Microsoft Word. It has a bunch of drawing options, including the ability to draw almost all necessary geometric shapes. Open Word, click on Tools, then Customize, then select Drawing. A row of buttons should appear at the bottom of the screen. There’s a box titled Autoshapes that has just a ton of shapes such as typical polygons, stars, and block arrows that you can adjust the size of. You can also use line segments to create custom shapes. It takes a little while to get used to, but since you don’t need to create any complex drawings for kindergarten students, it should be user-friendly.
If you need help with using this program, please email me and I’ll talk you through whatever you need!
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