In states, cities, and townships, traffic courts are courts of limited A. pleas. B. jurisdiction. C. appeal. D. claims.

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How many yards are in 7 miles?
A. 700
B. 12,320
C. 36,960
D. 252 **Weegy:** 1 mile = 1760 yards. 7 miles = 12, 320 yards **User:** How many cubic feet are in 3 cubic yards?
A. 5,184 cu. ft.
B. 9 cu. ft.
C. 27 cu. ft.
D. 81 cu. ft. **Weegy:** 3 (cubic yards) =
81 cubic feet **User:** What would you have to do to change 10 cubic feet into cubic inches?
A. Multiply by 1,728
B. Divide by 1,728
C. Divide by 46,656
D. Multiply by 46,656 **Weegy:** To change 10 cubic feet into cubic inches, Multiply it by 1,728.
**User:** Change 223 kilograms to centigrams.
A. 22,300,000 cg
B. .023 cg
C. .0023 cg
D. 223,000 cg **Weegy:** 1kg=100000 centigram, 223 kg =223*100000=22,300,000
centigram. **User:** Change 75 millimeters to decimeters.
A. 750 dm
B. 7.5 dm
C. .75 dm
D. 7,500 dm **Weegy:** 75 milimeters = 0.75 decimeters.
**User:** 20,000 pounds equals how many English tons?
A. 10 tons
B. 2,000 tons
C. 10,000 tons
D. 1 ton **Weegy:** 20,000 pounds is equals 10 tons. **User:** 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's the total liquid measure of the punch?
A. 6 gal. 2 qt. 1 pt.
B. 6 gal. 2 qt. 2 pt.
C. 6 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt.
D. 5 gal. 3 qt. 1 pt. (More)

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Updated 188 days ago|5/31/2020 10:13:29 PM

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1 gallon = 8 pints. 1 quart = 2 pints.

1 gallon 2 quarts 3 pints of orange juice = 15 pints

1 gallon 3 quarts 7 pints of pineapple juice = 21 pints

1 gallon 3 quarts 3 pints of ginger ale = 17 pints.

Total in pints: 53

Total = 6 gallon 2 quarts 1 pint.

1 gallon 2 quarts 3 pints of orange juice = 15 pints

1 gallon 3 quarts 7 pints of pineapple juice = 21 pints

1 gallon 3 quarts 3 pints of ginger ale = 17 pints.

Total in pints: 53

Total = 6 gallon 2 quarts 1 pint.

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How many 2-inch segments are there in 12 ft.?
A. 24
B. 10
C. 72
D. 6

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Updated 10/3/2018 6:02:19 PM

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There are 72 , 2-inch segments in 12ft. 1 feet =12 inches , 12 feet = 12 *12 = 144 inches. 144/2 = 72.

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The least common multiple of 2, 5, 6, and 9 is
A. 90.
B. 45.
C. 180.
D. 60. **Weegy:** The least common multiple of 2, 5, 6, and 9 is: 90. **User:** At a local store you find the following prices listed:
Tape 2 rolls for $1.28
Notepads 3 pads for .87
Highlighters 1 for 1.59
Pens 2 for 1.98
How much would you pay for one roll of tape, two note pads, two highlighters, and two pens?
A. $5.72
B. $4.50
C. $8.07
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Tape 2 rolls for $1.28 Notepads 3 pads for .87 Highlighters 1 for 1.59 Pens 2 for 1.98 , Tap 1 roll = $1.28/2 = $0.64, 1 notepad = .87/3 =0.29 , 2 notepad = 2 * 0.29 = $0.58, 2 highlighter = 2*1.59= $3.18, 2 pen =$ 1.98. Total for one roll of tape, two note pads, two highlighters, and two pens = $0.64 + $0.58 +$3.18 + $1.98 = $6.38

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According to the study unit, the commutative property means
A. the order in which you add the numbers doesn't affect the sum.
B. the order in which you add the numbers does affect the sum.
C. the way the numbers are grouped doesn't affect the sum.
D. the way the numbers are grouped does affect the sum. **Weegy:** According to the study unit, the commutative property means the way the numbers are grouped doesn't affect the sum.
**User:** What's 15 45 written as a fraction in simplest form?
A. 1 3
B. 3 15
C. 15 3
D. 5 3 **Weegy:** 15:45 written as a fraction in simplest form is: 1/3
**User:** Write 1,386 as the product of its prime factors.
A. 2 x 3 x 7 x 33
B. 2 x 693
C. 2 x 3 x 3 x 7 x 11
D. 2 x 3 x 231 **Weegy:** The prime factor of 1,386 is 2 x 3 x 3 x 7 x 11. **User:** What's 10 12 written as a fraction in simplest form?
A. 5 12
B. 10 6
C. 5 6
D. 3 5 **Weegy:** 10:12 written as a fraction in simplest form is: 5/6 **User:** According to the study unit, the subtrahend is defined as
A. the answer to a subtraction problem.
B. the name of the subtraction symbol.
C. the number being subtracted.
D. the first number. **Weegy:** According to the study unit, the subtrahend is defined as the number being subtracted. **User:** Which of the following demonstrates the commutative property across multiplication for 2 × 10 × 7
A. 2 + 10 × 7
B. (2 × 10) × 7
C. 10 ×7 × 2
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10 × 7 × 2 demonstrates the commutative property across multiplication for 2 × 10 × 7.

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What's the perimeter of a rectangle with length 12 m and width 5 m?
A. 34 m
B. 60 m
C. 17 m
D. 49 m **Weegy:** a rectangle with length 12 m and width 5 m;
Its perimeter: (12+5) * 2 = 17*2 = 34 m.
**User:** What's the conversion factor used to convert inches to yards?
A. 3 inches in 1 yard
B. 24 inches in 1 yard
C. 36 inches in 1 yard
D. 12 inches in 1 yard **Weegy:** The conversion factor used to convert inches to yards is: 36 inches in 1 yard.
**User:** A package of ground beef costs $6.98. The price per pound is $3.86. How many pounds of ground beef are in the package? Round to the nearest hundredth.
A. 1.72
B. .27
C. 1.80
D. 1.81 **Weegy:** 3.75 pounds.
1.86 dollars/ 1 pound = 6.98 dollars / pounds
Divide 6.98 by 1.86 to get 3.752688
Multiply that by 1 to get 3.752688
Round to 3.75 [ pounds. ] **User:** Four students had the following amounts of money in their pockets: $3.14, $.67, $2.45, and $1.14. How much money did they have total?
A. $7.40
B. $7.00
C. $7.44
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Updated 10/3/2018 6:00:24 PM

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Four students had the following amounts of money in their pockets: $3.14, $.67, $2.45, and $1.14. Total money they have $3.14+ $.67+ $2.45+ $1.14 = $7.40.

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