In how many ways could you choose two different letters from the letters C, O, U, N, T?
A. 60 ways
B. 20 ways
C. 120 ways
D. 10 ways

The answer is D. 10 ways.

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Write a number sentence for the model. Let one white tile equal +1 and one black tile equal –1.
A. –14 – (–6) = –8
B. 14 – 6 = 8
C. –14 – 6 = –8
D. –14 – (–6) = 8
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Use the Associative Property of Addition to find the total of 1, 10, and 18 in two different ways.
A. 1 + 10 + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29; 10 + 18 + 1 = 28 + 1 = 29
B. 1 + 10 + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29; 18 + 10 + 1 = 28 + 1 = 29
C. (1 + 10) + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29; 1 + (10 + 18) = 1 + 28 = 29
D. (1 + 10) + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29; (10 + 1) + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29
**Weegy:** C. (1 + 10) + 18 = 11 + 18 = 29; 1 + (10 + 18) = 1 + 28 = 29 **User:** Suppose you average 52 mi/h traveling on the highway. If you drive for 5 hours, how far will you travel?
A. 260 miles
B. 250 miles
C. 350 miles
D. 240 miles
**Weegy:** A. 260 miles **User:** Simplify the expression. 6(6) + 6(4)
A. 60
B. 10
C. 16
D. 12
**Weegy:** 6(6) + 6(4) = A. 60 **User:** 3x + 3x
A. 6x
B. 9x
C. 6x2
D. 6
**Weegy:** D. 6 **User:** Use the Distributive Property to multiply. 5(b + 8)
A. 5b + 40
B. 5b + 8
C. 5b + 13
D. 8b + 40
**Weegy:** A. 5b + 40 **User:** Is the given number a solution of the equation? c = 2c – 4; 8
A. yes
B. no
**Weegy:** Answer is B. no
**User:** Solve the equation. y + (–6) = –9
A. –15
B. –3
C. 54
D. 3
**User:**
A.
B. –12
C.
D. –35
**Weegy:** thirty five **User:** Suppose you have 30 CDs. You know that you have 11 more CDs than your friend. Write and solve an equation to find the number of CDs your friend has.
A. n – 11 = 30; 41
B. 30 + n = 11; –19
C. 30 + 11 = n; 41
D. n + 11 = 30; 19
**Weegy:** D. n + 11 = 30; 19 **User:** Tom saves $5 each month. At this rate, how many months will he need to save $20?
A. 4 months
B. 15 months
C. 3 months
D. 5 months
**Weegy:** This should be setup as an equation. Let x = months. 5x = 20. To solve for x, divide both sides by 5. This leaves us is x = 20/5 = 4 months. The answer is A. **User:** Write an equation for the sentence below. Then solve the equation. Thirteen multiplied by h is one hundred and four.
A. 13h = 104; 91
B. 104h = 13;
C. ; 1,352
D. 13h = 104; 8
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3x + 3x is 6x.

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Write an equation for the sentence below. Then solve the equation. Thirteen multiplied by h is one hundred and four is 13h = 104; 8.

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Write an equation for the sentence below. Then solve the equation. Thirteen multiplied by h is one hundred and four.
A. 13h = 104; 91
B. 104h = 13;
C. ; 1,352
D. 13h = 104; 8
**Weegy:** Thirteen multiplied by h is one hundred and four can be represented by the equation: A. 13h = 104 **User:** Graph the solutions of the inequality on a number line.
A.
B.
C.
D.
**Weegy:** Hello! You never wrote what the inequality you referred to is. We need to see it to be able to help you graph the solutions. **User:** Together, Louisa and Jill scored more than 30 points in the basketball game. If Jill scored 12 points, how many points P did Louisa score?
A. P > 18
B. P > 42
C. P **Weegy:** D. P **User:** Solve the inequality. 42 –7
D. d **User:** Solve the inequality.
A. 18
B. 18
C.
D. 9
**Weegy:** Hi, please provide the inequality. We cannot see it. Thanks! [smile] **User:** Solve the inequality.
A. 18
B. 18
C.
D. 9
**Weegy:** We still cannot see the inequality. **User:** Solve the inequality.
8
A. c 32
D. c > 12
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Together, Louisa and Jill scored more than 30 points in the basketball game. If Jill scored 12 points ,P > 18 piont did Louisa score.

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The inequality. 42 < –6d is that d < -7

42<-6d

42/6<-6d/6

7<-d

d<-7.

42<-6d

42/6<-6d/6

7<-d

d<-7.

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Solve the inequality.
8
A. c 32
D. c > 12
User:
> 10
A. y –60
C. y > 4
D. y **Weegy:** what is your question? **User:** Solve the inequality.
> 10
A. y –60
C. y > 4
D. y **User:** Jose has 9 more comic books than Robin. Robin has 5 more comic books than Lee. a. If Jose has 23 comic books, how many comic books does Robin have? b. How many comic books does Lee have?
A. Robin has 14 comic books; Lee has 9 comic books
B. Robin has 14 comic books; Lee has 18 comic books
C. Robin has 32 comic books; Lee has 37 comic books
D. Robin has 9 comic books; Lee has 5 comic books
**Weegy:** A. Robin has 14 comic books; Lee has 9 comic books is the correct answer. **User:** Identify the underlined place in 83.5851. Then round the number to that place.
A. thousandths; 83.58
B. hundredths; 83.59
C. hundredths; 83.58
D. thousandths; 83.59
**Weegy:** The 8 is in the hundredths place. The correct answer is B. hundredths; 83.59. You round it up because the following digit is 5 or higher. **User:** Round 18.79 to the underlined place.
A. 18
B. 17
C. 20
D. 19
**Weegy:** If the underlined place is the 8, the answer is D. 19 **User:** The table shows the ingredients used in a medicine. If all the decimals were rounded to the nearest whole percent, would this table be helpful in comparing the amount of each ingredient? Explain.
Ingredient Percent
Substance A 19.6%
Substance B 19.9%
Substance C 19.5%
Substance D 14.5%
A. Yes; substance B would still be the largest part of the medicine.
B. No; three of the percentages would round to 19%.
C. No; three of the percentages would round to 20%.
D. No; two of the percentages would round to 20%.
**Weegy:** c. No; three of the percentages would round to 20%. **User:** Estimate
A. about 84
B. about 70
C. about 98
D. about 78
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Estimate
A. about 84
B. about 70
C. about 98
D. about 78
**Weegy:** None of the answers are right, unless the second number is missing a decimal. If it is 13.96*6.2 the estimated answer would be A. about 84. **User:** Estimate using compatible numbers.
A. about 8
B. about 10
C. about 9
D. about 11
**User:** Determine two compatible numbers to use to estimate the quotient 5,071 62.
A. 4,800 and 60
B. 4,900 and 70
C. 5,000 and 60
D. 5,100 and 60
**Weegy:** A. 4,800 and 6 **User:** Find the mean, median, mode, and range of this data: 49, 49, 54, 55, 52, 49, 55. If necessary, round to the nearest tenth.
A. 51.9, 52, 49, 6
B. 52.9, 52, 49, 104
C. 51.9, 53, 49, 6
D. 52, 52.9, 49, 104
**Weegy:** 51.9, 52, 49, 6 **User:** The number of patients treated at Dr. Artin’s dentist office each day was recorded for nine days. These are the data: 6, 6, 6, 5, 5, 6, 5, 6, 5. Find the mean, median, mode, and range of the data. If necessary, round to the nearest tenth.
A. 6, 4.6, 6, 1
B. 5.6, 6, 6, 11
C. 4.6, 6, 6, 11
D. 5.6, 6, 6, 1
**Weegy:** D. 5.6, 6, 6, 1 **User:** The spreadsheet shows the length of 3 movies in each of 3 categories. Choose the formula that could be used in cell B2.
A B C D E
1 Type of Movie Movie 1
(min. long) Movie 2
(min. long) Movie 3
(min. long) Mean Length
2 Animated 72 63 84 73
3 Drama 92 104 113 103
4 Action 119 84 109 104
A. 3 * E2 - (B2 + D2)
B. 3 * E2 - (C2 + D2)
C. 3 * E3 - (C3 + D3)
D. (B3 + C3 + D3)/3
**Weegy:** C. 3 * E3 - (C3 D3) **User:** Solve the equation.
A. –39.71
B. –26.29
C. 39.71
D. 26.29
**Weegy:** The answer is A. 39.71 Add 6.71 to both sides to get P by itself. 33 + 6.71 = P 39.71 = P **User:**
A. 174.888
B. 95.488
C. 235.088
D. 155.688
**User:**
A. 174.888
B. 95.488
C. 235.088
D. 155.688
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