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p × q = q × p a. Associative Property of Multiplication b. Commutative Property of Multiplication c. Distributive Property d. Identity Property of Multiplication
Weegy: p × q = q × p is an example of: b. Commutative Property of Multiplication. (More)
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7m – 9 + m = 40
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5h – 15 + 7h = 40
12h = 40 + 15 = 55
h = 55/12 = 4 7/12
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7m – 9 + m = 40
8m = 40 + 9 = 49
m = 49/8 = 6 1/8
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5h – 15 + 7h = 40
Weegy: ANSWER: Solving for variable 'h'. Move all terms containing h to the left, [ all other terms to the right. Add '15' to each side of the equation. -15 + 15 + 12h = 40 + 15 Combine like terms: -15 + 15 = 0 0 + 12h = 40 + 15 12h = 40 + 15 Combine like terms: 40 + 15 = 55 12h = 55 Divide each side by '12'. h = 4.583333333 Simplifying h = 4.583333333 ] User: Gloria makes $8.30 per hour at her job. She makes 1.5 times her normal hourly pay for each hour that she works over 40 hours in a week. Last week she earned $379.45. How many hours did she work last week? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of an hour. (More)
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5h – 15 + 7h = 40
5h + 7h = 40 + 15
12h = 55
h = 55/12
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Keisha read twice as many books this year as Ben read. Subtracting 4 from the number of books Keisha read and dividing by 2 gives the number of books Sheldon read. If Sheldon read 10 books this year, how many books did Ben read?
Weegy: Keisha read twice as many books this year as Ben read. Subtracting 4 from the number of books Keisha read and dividing by 2 gives the number of books Sheldon read. [ If Sheldon read 10 books this year, how many books did Ben read? : 12 books Ben read this year. ] (More)
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