## Which shows a correct way to determine the volume of the right rectangular prism? A prism has a length of 4 centimeters, height of 6 centimeters, and width of 3 centimeters. 3 + 6 + 4 = 13 Centimeters cubed 2(3 + 6 + 4) = 26 Centimeters cubed 4(3) + 6 = 18 Centimeters cubed 3(6)(4) = 72 Centimeters cubed

View Answers## The Ice-Cream Palace's sundaes include 1 cup of ice-cream, 2 ounces of chocolate syrup, and 1 ounce of sprinkles. How many ounces of ingredients do the sundaes contain?

View Answers## Li’s family has a coupon for $49 off a stay at any hotel. They do not want to spend more than $150 in all. An inequality representing this situation is x - 49 Less-than-or-equal-to 150. Explain how you would graph this inequality. What will be included in the solution set in the context of the problem?

View Answers## You purchased a set of wireless headphones using your Visa credit card. Your Visa has a monthly finance charge of 1.75% beginning the first of the next month. The headphones cost $299.95 and the sales tax is $22.50 for a total cost of $322.45. You plan to pay $50.00 per month on your Visa bill. The first month’s statement will show a balance including the $322.45, but no interest charge on that amount. What will the second month show as the beginning balance?

View Answers## Isabelle is mixing red paint with blue paint to make purple paint. She adds of a fluid ounce of red to of a fluid ounce of blue to make fluid ounces of purple. How many fluid ounces of red paint will she need to make 3 fluid ounces of purple paint?

View Answers## The table displays the total cost, y, of purchasing x tickets for the carnival. A 2-column table with 3 rows. Column 1 is labeled Tickets, x with entries 11, 12, 13. Column 2 is labeled Total Cost, y (dollars) with entries 27.50, 30.00, 32.50. Which conclusions can you draw from the data shown in the table? Select all that apply.

View Answers## Ben is greeting customers at a music store. Of the first 20 people he sees enter the store, 7 are wearing jackets and 13 are not. What is the experimental probability that the next person to enter the store will be wearing a jacket? Enter your answer as a simplified fraction. The experimental probability that the next person to enter the store will be wearing a j

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