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If an associate’s average sale to 5 customers is $125, and her sales to four of the customers are $200, $150, $125, and $75, what is the associate’s sale to the fifth customer? An answer is required
Weegy: Sale to the fifth customer is $50 User: If each portrait is offered in one of 5 different sizes, one of 3 different colors and one of 8 different borders, how many different portrait combinations are there? An answer is required Weegy: It's 120 combinations with repetition User: If a customer buys 3 wallet-sized prints for $1.99 each (total price including tax), how much change will she get from a $20 bill. An answer is required Weegy: 3@1.99 each = 5.97; 20.00 - 5.97 = 14.03. The customer will receive $14.03 change. User: Chris eats 3 slices of a pizza that is cut into 8 equal slices. What percentage of the pizza does he eat? Weegy: 37.5%. you get this figure by dividing 3 by 8. User: If a special portrait package offer consists of 2 8x10-sized portraits, 2 5x7-sized portraits, and 8 wallet-sizes portraits, what fraction of the portraits are 5x7-sized? An answer is required Weegy: It's 4.2 User: If a special portrait package offer consists of 2 8x10-sized portraits, 2 5x7-sized portraits, and 8 wallet-sizes portraits, what fraction of the portraits are 5x7-sized? An answer is required Weegy: It's 4.2 User: The sum of two numbers is 57. One of the numbers is 21. Which of the following equations could be used to find the other number? An answer is required Weegy: x = 57 - 21Any other question? Please click "Good" if satisfied with the answer User: The sum of two numbers is 57. One of the numbers is 21. Which of the following equations could be used to find the other number? An answer is requiredNot Here n = 57 + 21 57 = n + 21 57 = 2 + 21 21 = n – 57 Weegy: 57 = n + 21 (More)
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