If one container holds 55 balls, how many balls will nine containers hold?
A. 495
B. 395
C. 455
D. 355

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1/55 = 9/x

x = 55*9

x = 495

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Using the order of operations rule, 12 ÷ 2 + 4 – 2 × 3 =

6 + 4 - 2 × 3 =

6 + 4 - 6 =

10 - 6 = 4

6 + 4 - 2 × 3 =

6 + 4 - 6 =

10 - 6 = 4

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To calculate Sue's balance after writing the checks, we need to subtract the total amount of the checks from her initial balance.

The total amount of the checks is calculated as follows:

$10 + ($9 * 3) = $10 + $27 = $37

Subtracting the total amount of the checks from Sue's initial balance:

$35 - $37 = -$2

Therefore, Sue's balance is now -$2. The correct answer is C. –$2.

The total amount of the checks is calculated as follows:

$10 + ($9 * 3) = $10 + $27 = $37

Subtracting the total amount of the checks from Sue's initial balance:

$35 - $37 = -$2

Therefore, Sue's balance is now -$2. The correct answer is C. –$2.

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To calculate Sue's balance after writing the checks, we need to subtract the total amount of the checks from her initial balance.

The total amount of the checks is calculated as follows:

$10 + ($9 * 3) = $10 + $27 = $37

Subtracting the total amount of the checks from Sue's initial balance:

$35 - $37 = -$2

Therefore, Sue's balance is now -$2.

The total amount of the checks is calculated as follows:

$10 + ($9 * 3) = $10 + $27 = $37

Subtracting the total amount of the checks from Sue's initial balance:

$35 - $37 = -$2

Therefore, Sue's balance is now -$2.

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