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lenght spaghetti chef a:

503 2/3ft= (503*3+2)/3=1511/3 =503,(6)

lenght spaghetti chef b:

503,66

Because 503,(6)>503,66

=> lenght spaghetti chef a > lenght spaghetti chef b

So, the winner must be chef a, but, if 503.66 rounds to 503.7, also 503(6) rounds to 503.7, and in this case

lenght spaghetti chef a= lenght spaghetti chef b

So, chef a should protest the judges' decision, because his lenght spaghetti is ≥ lenght spaghetti chef b.

503 2/3ft= (503*3+2)/3=1511/3 =503,(6)

lenght spaghetti chef b:

503,66

Because 503,(6)>503,66

=> lenght spaghetti chef a > lenght spaghetti chef b

So, the winner must be chef a, but, if 503.66 rounds to 503.7, also 503(6) rounds to 503.7, and in this case

lenght spaghetti chef a= lenght spaghetti chef b

So, chef a should protest the judges' decision, because his lenght spaghetti is ≥ lenght spaghetti chef b.

Guest #9847985

2 months ago

[tex] \frac{2}{3} =0.666666... = 0.67[/tex]

Chef A Length >=< Chef B Length

[tex]503 \frac{2}{3} [/tex] >=< [tex]503.66[/tex]

[tex]503.67[/tex] = [tex]503.67[/tex]

If you convert [tex] \frac{2}{3} [/tex] into a decimal and round it, it shows that both the chefs have the the same length of pasta.

Chef A Length >=< Chef B Length

[tex]503 \frac{2}{3} [/tex] >=< [tex]503.66[/tex]

[tex]503.67[/tex] = [tex]503.67[/tex]

If you convert [tex] \frac{2}{3} [/tex] into a decimal and round it, it shows that both the chefs have the the same length of pasta.

Question

find the square root by factor

21904

21904

Solution 1

[tex] \sqrt{21904} =148[/tex]

see the attachment

see the attachment

Solution 2

[tex]21904|2\\10952|2\\.\ 5476|2\\.\ 2738|2\\.\ 1369|37\\.\ \ \ \ 37|37\\.\ \ \ \ \ \ 1|\\\\21904=2\times2\times2\times2\times37\times37=2^4\times37^2\\\\\sqrt{21904}=\sqrt{2^4\times37^2}=\sqrt{2^4}\times\sqrt{37^2}=2^2\times37=4\times37=148[/tex]

[tex]\sqrt{21904}=\sqrt{4\times5476}=2\sqrt{4\times1369}=2\times2\sqrt37\times37}=4\times37=148[/tex]

[tex]\sqrt{21904}=\sqrt{4\times5476}=2\sqrt{4\times1369}=2\times2\sqrt37\times37}=4\times37=148[/tex]

Question

Terry has between 50 and 100 pennies and her piggy bank. She can count them two at a time and come out even. She can also count them three and five at a time and come out even. She cannot count them 4 at a time and come out even. How many pennies does she have?

Solution 1

The # is multiple of 2,3 and 5, but not 4. The smallest number possible in here is 105. This means that some of this is in the bank?

Solution 2

**Answer:**

90

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Question

816mm=_____ cm

Convert 816mm=______ cm

Convert 816mm=______ cm

Solution 1

10 mm = 1 cm
100mm = 10 cm
800 mm = 80 cm
816 mm = 81.6 cm

Solution 2

816mm=81.6 cm. Remember your conversion table (K H D B D C M). Whenever you move right to left on your table, you move your decimal right to left, and vise versa.

Question

Inez waters her plants every two days. She Trims Them Every 15 days. She did both today. When will she do both again ?

Solution 1

The correct answer is that Inez will both water and trim her plants within the same day in 30 days, because the lowest common multiple of 2 and 15 is 30.

Question

448,077 is ------------------------------------------------ than 347,077

Solution 1

If you're looking for a comparison word, greater or more would work. You could also use a numerical value and say 448,077 is 101,000 greater/more than 347,077.

Solution 2

448,077 is greater than 347,077

Question

What number is 10 more than 8,358

Solution 1

8368 is 10 more than 8358

Solution 2

10 more than 8,358:

**8,358 + 10 = 8,368**

Question

Ten thousand more than 300,000+90,000+5000+40 is

Solution 1

405,040

300,000+90,000 = 390,000

390,000+5,000 = 395,000

395,000+40 = 395,040

395,040+10,000 = 405,040

300,000+90,000 = 390,000

390,000+5,000 = 395,000

395,000+40 = 395,040

395,040+10,000 = 405,040

Solution 2

**Ten thousand **more than 300,000+90,000+5000+40 is 405,040.

A **summation**, also abbreviated as a sum, is the outcome of **adding **two or more numbers or quantities. Here are always an **integer **number of terms in a **summation**. There could be only two terms, but there could be one hundred, thousand, or a million. There are summations with an infinite **set **of **parameters**.

Given the **summation**,

300,000+90,000+5000+40

⇒ 390000 + 5040

⇒ 395040

Now,

Ten **thousand **more than 395040 is

⇒ 395040 + 10000 = 405040.

Hence "**Ten thousand **more than 300,000+90,000+5000+40 is 405,040".

For more information about **summation**

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Question

What is 100,000 less than five hundred sixty thousand, three hundred thirteen is

Solution 1

Begin with 560,313 and subtract 100,000 from it. You are finding the number that is 100,000 than 560,313 which is 460,313.

Solution 2

The** 43,687 **is **100,000** less than **five** hundred **sixty** thousand, **three** hundred thirteen; the answer is **43,687**.

A **number **is a **mathematical **entity that can be used to count, **measure**, or name things. For example, 1, 2, 56, etc. are the **numbers**.

**Inequality **can be defined as the **expression **in mathematics in which both sides are not **equal **they have **mathematical **signs either **less **than or greater than known as inequality.

The **expression **is the **combination **of constants and variables with mathematical **operators**.

The **arithmetic **operation can be defined as the **operation **in which we do the **addition **of numbers, subtraction, **multiplication**, and division. It has a basic four **operators **that is +, -, ×, and ÷.

= 100,000 - 56,313

= 43,687

Thus, the** 43,687 **is **100,000** less than **five** hundred **sixty** thousand, **three** hundred thirteen; the answer is **43,687**.

Learn more about the **number** here:

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Question

Do 2 planes intersect at a point all the time?

Solution 1

No, they can just not intersect, like if you had two pieces of paper, think of them as planes, one can be above the other, aka parallel, so they never intersect.

planes can also intersect as lines.

by the way, i assume the question is about how 2 planes can intersect.

planes can also intersect as lines.

by the way, i assume the question is about how 2 planes can intersect.

Question

1. Give an example of a repeating decimal where two digits repeat. Explain why your number is a rational number.

2. Explain why any rational number is either a terminating or repeating decimal.

3. Write two decimals, one repeating and one terminating, with values between 0 and 1. Then write an inequality that shows the relationship between your two decimals.

4. Find the decimal equivalent for the fraction of students with three siblings. (Fraction of students: [tex]\frac{1}{6} [/tex]).

2. Explain why any rational number is either a terminating or repeating decimal.

3. Write two decimals, one repeating and one terminating, with values between 0 and 1. Then write an inequality that shows the relationship between your two decimals.

4. Find the decimal equivalent for the fraction of students with three siblings. (Fraction of students: [tex]\frac{1}{6} [/tex]).

Solution 1

1. A **repeating decimal** is a decimal number that eventually takes on a repeating pattern of digits after its decimal point that will continue forever. For example, 17.(23)=17.23232323232323....

2. A decimal number that has digits that do not go on forever is called **terminating decimal**. Any rational number (that is, a fraction in lowest terms) can be written as either a terminating decimal or a repeating decimal . Just divide the numerator by the denominator . If you end up with a remainder of 0, then you have a terminating decimal. Otherwise, the remainders will begin to repeat after some point, and you have a repeating decimal.

3. Repeating decimal between 0 and 1: 0.(987)=0.987987987987...

Terminating number between 0 and 1: 0.987

0.(987) >0.987.

4. When dividing 1 by 6 you can get 0.1666666666...=0.1(6).

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