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10. If a thermometer indicates 40 degrees Celsius, what is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit? A. 104°F B. 54°F C. 22°F D. 72°F
Weegy: 40 degrees Celsius = 104 degrees Fahrenheit The answer is A. 104?F. User: 11. Walt is mixing fruit punch for a party. He combines 1 gallon 2 quarts 3 pints of orange juice,1 gallon 3 quarts 7 pints of pineapple juice, and 1 gallon 3 quarts 3 pints of ginger ale. What is the total liquid measure of the punch? A. 5 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt. B. 6 gal. 2 qt. 1 pt. C. 6 gal. 2 qt. 2 pt. D. 6 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt. User: how many pints are in a quart? User: cups are in one pint? Weegy: 1 US cup = 0.5 US pints. Is there anything else I can help you with? User: how many cups are in a quart? User: 12. What is the sum of 6 feet 10 inches and 8 feet 9 inches? A. 15 ft. 7 in. B. 13 ft. 19 in. C. 15 ft. 19 in. D. 14 ft. 7 in. User: 3. 41°F equals how many degrees Celsius? A. - 5°C B. 5°C C. 56°C D. 9°C Weegy: B. 5 Celsius User: 14. A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels. How many individual heels did the shoemaker buy? A. 30 B. 15 C. 60 D. 120 (More)
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There are "4 CUPS" in a quart.

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6 feet 10 inches + 8 feet 9 inches = 14 feet 19 inches or 15 feet 7 inches
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A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels, so he bought 0 individual heels.
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A shoemaker bought 30 pairs of heels, so he bought 60 individual heels.
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OMG, I think I did not pressed "6"
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20. Of the employees who work at Stalling Printing, 90% attended the safety procedures meeting. If 63 employees attended the meeting, how many employees work at Stalling Printing? A. 57 B. 128 C. 143 D. 70
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.9x = 63, x = 63/.9, x = 70.
D. 70 employees work at Stalling Printing.
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Write 850 as the product of its prime factors. A. 17 × 50 B. 10 × 85 C. 5 × 10 × 17 D. 2 × 5 × 5 × 17
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850 as the product of its prime factors: 2 x 5 x 5 x 17.
› Divisibility and Prime Numbers
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Solve the following problem: 28 – 18 – 10 User: 28 – 18 – 10
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28 – 18 – 10 = 0
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Subtract the quotient of 18 and 2 from the sum of 22 and 9. A. 4 B. 23 C. 22 D. 5
Weegy: 18/2 = 9, 22 + 9 = 31; 31 - 9 = 22 (More)
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