Find the quotient –88 ¸ 11. A. –10 B. –7 C. –8 D. –3
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User: Find the quotient –88 ¸ 11. A. –10 B. –7 C. –8 D. –3

Weegy: The quotient of -88 and 11 would be C. -8 Would you like the reason why explained to you?
LLionface|Points 40|

User: what is a quotient?

Weegy: In mathematics, a quotient (from Latin: quotient) is the result of division.[1] For example, when dividing 6 by 3, the quotient is 2, while 6 is called the dividend, and 3 the divisor. [ The quotient further is expressed as the number of times the divisor divides into the dividend, e.g. 3 divides 2 times into 6. A quotient can also mean just the integer part of the result of dividing two integers. For example, the quotient of 13 and 5 would be 2 while the remainder would be 3. For more, see the division algorithm. ]
selymi|Points 8972|

User: Use >, <, or = to complete the statement. | –10 | | 11 | A. > B. = C. <

Weegy: 121
dtallon|Points 42|

User: Justin wants to use 188 ft of fencing to fence off the greatest possible rectangular area for a garden. What dimensions should he use? What will be the area of the garden? A. 89 ´ 99 ; 8811 ft B. 92 ´ 96 ; 8832 ft C. 94 ´ 94 ; 8836 ft D. 93 ´ 95 ; 8835 ft

Weegy: C. 94 ? 94 ; 8836 ft2. The best way to get the most amount of area covered is to make a square.
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User: A basketball drops from a height of 76 in. On bounce 1, it rebounds to a height of 38 in. On bounce 2, it rebounds to a height of 19 in. How high does the basketball bounce on bounce 3? A. 9 inches B. 19 inches C. 9.5 inches D. 4.75 inches

Weegy: C. 9.5 inches
smp0784|Points 3882|

User: Draw the shape that a mowing machine would make given these instructions. Go to (–7, 7). Lower blade. Cut to (–7, 1). Raise blade. Go to (–4, 7). Lower blade. Cut to (–4, 1). Raise blade. Go to (–7, 4). Lower blade. Cut to (–4, 4). Raise blade. What is the shape? A. I B. H C. T D. X

Weegy: A. I
uxiali|Points 698|

User: Simplify.[2 × (10 + 5)] - 5 A. 12.5 B. 20 C. 25 D. 120

Weegy: 10 + 5 = 15 2 x 15 = 30 30 - 5 = 25 Answer is C. 25
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User: Identify the expression as a numerical expression or a variable expression. For a variable expression, name the variable. 1 × 12 A. numerical expression B. variable expression; a is the variable. C. variable expression; there is no variable. D. variable expression; l is the variable.

Weegy: A. numerical expression
itsmechristine|Points 26|

User: Simplify. 17 – 6 × 10 ¸ 2 + 12 A. 27.8 B. 59 C. 67 D. –1

Weegy: Please clarify the symbols, and expressions otherwise there's no any suitable answer for this question.
Eusph|Points 151|

User: Write the sum as a product. Simplify the product. (–2) + (–2) + (–2) + (–2) A. 4 (–2); –8 B. 5 (–2); –10 C. (–2) + (–2) + (–2) + (–2); –6 D. 2(–2) + 2(–2); 10

User: Atoms contain charged particles called protons and electrons. Each proton has a charge of +1, and each electron has a charge of –1. A sulfur ion has 16 protons and 18 electrons. Find the net charge. A. –34 B. +2 C. 34 D. –2

Weegy: C. 34
ALANge|Points 180|

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

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.
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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
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Weegy: D. P < 18
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Weegy: A. 13h = 104
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User: 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
mxs|Points 640|

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Weegy: A. 5b + 40
theaaa|Points 174|

User: Is the given number a solution of the equation? c = 2c – 4; 8 A. yes B. no

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Weegy: A. 260 miles
mandul|Points 513|

User: Solve the inequality. 1/4c < 8 A. c < –4 B. c < 32 C. c > 32 D. c > 12

Weegy: B. C<32. divide both sides by the reciprocal fraction (both sides by 4)
arraarceo|Points 115|

User: Solve the inequality. 42 < –6d A. d < –7 B. d < 36 C. d > –7 D. d < –48

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(-2) + (-2) + (-2) + (-2)
=-4-2-2
=-6-2
=-8
3
Tom saves \$5 each month. 20/5 = 4 months.
He will need 4 months to save \$20.
3
3x + 3x = 6x

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