• ### What happens at infinity?

23 answers · 3 days ago
• ### Does this mean your making \$21 an hour?

if you have two part time jobs and both jobs you make \$10.50 an hour and both jobs you get paid fridays does that mean your technically making \$21 an hour
if you have two part time jobs and both jobs you make \$10.50 an hour and both jobs you get paid fridays does that mean your technically making \$21 an hour
9 answers · 5 hours ago
• ### \$0.08 a minute is how many an hour?

18 answers · 3 days ago
• ### What is the square root of 18?

13 answers · 2 days ago
• ### If 0.1 is one tenth of a mile. Would the number 0.1967 still be considered one tenth of a mile?

With the extra numbers (967) I m not sure If that still makes it one tenth or not? Thanks
With the extra numbers (967) I m not sure If that still makes it one tenth or not? Thanks
8 answers · 7 hours ago
• ### The length of a bed is how many yards?

12 answers · 2 days ago
• ### A map is scaled so that 1 cm represents 25 km. How far apart are towns A and B if they are 9.7 cm apart on the map?

8 answers · 11 hours ago
• ### Math problem?

Best answer: log (20) + log (10) = log (200)

log 30 - log 6 = log (30 / 6) = log (5)

log (a) + log (b) = log (ab)
log (a) - log (b) = log (a / b)
log (a^b) = b log (a)
log_a (b) = log b / log a
etc.
Best answer: log (20) + log (10) = log (200)

log 30 - log 6 = log (30 / 6) = log (5)

log (a) + log (b) = log (ab)
log (a) - log (b) = log (a / b)
log (a^b) = b log (a)
log_a (b) = log b / log a
etc.
6 answers · 3 hours ago
• ### Math word problem?

Paul, A janitor, must move a large shipment of books from the first floor to the fifth floor. The sign on the elevator reads “maximum weight 1400 pounds” If each box of books weighs 80 pounds, Find the maximum number of boxes that Paul should place in the elevator if he does not ride. How do I begin to solve this... show more
Paul, A janitor, must move a large shipment of books from the first floor to the fifth floor. The sign on the elevator reads “maximum weight 1400 pounds” If each box of books weighs 80 pounds, Find the maximum number of boxes that Paul should place in the elevator if he does not ride. How do I begin to solve this problem? Thanks
6 answers · 5 hours ago
• ### A work shift consists of 8 hours. What fraction is represented by 2 hours?

7 answers · 6 hours ago
• ### 6 x 358 =?

22 answers · 6 days ago
• ### What is relationship between volts and amperes?

12 answers · 3 days ago
• ### 5(x+2)=47 Explain how?

8 answers · 1 day ago
• ### Find the exact sum of the series. I know how to do most of it, but the first part I don't understand. Thanks.?

Best answer: Given , other answer is correct = 2/3 is sum of Σ (2/4^n) To expand on the other answer It is good if you respond to answer If you respond , great I understand how to do partial fractions and everything is clear. Then, we would know , you need no further help. If you responded, please provide more... show more
Best answer: Given , other answer is correct = 2/3 is sum of Σ (2/4^n)
To expand on the other answer
It is good if you respond to answer
If you respond , great I understand how to do partial
fractions and everything is clear.
Then, we would know , you need no further help.
If you responded, please provide more detail I don't
understand. Then, we would know to tell you more.
If you don't respond , we expect you don't really need any help.
Just in case, you didn't understand the advice given.
A/ (n) + B/ (n+2) = 2/ (n*(n+2))
(A*(n+2) + B*n ) = 2
2a +An +Bn = 2
a= -b
2a =2
a = 1
Σ 1/(n) - 1/(n+2) = (n+2 - n ) / (n*(n+2))
2/ (n(n+2)
1st part
becomes Σ 1/ (n) -1 / (n+2)
1/1 + 1/2 + 1/3 + 1/4 + 1/5 + .... -
(-1/3) - (1/4) -(1/5) - (1/6) + .....
(so all but the 1st 2 terms of 1st part, cancel out )
= 1 + 1/2 = 1.5
so total answer = 2/3 + 1 1/2 = 1 3/6 + 4/6 = 2 1/6
Sum = 2 1/6
6 answers · 20 hours ago
• ### It takes 5 people and 40 minutes to solve 20 problems, how many minutes will 8 people take to solve 40 problems?

Best answer: It takes 5 people and 40 minutes to solve 20 problems, so it takes 5*40 = 200 people•minutes to solve 20 problems, or 200/20 = 10 people•minutes/problem. To solve 40 problems will take (40 problems)•(10 people•minutes/problem) = 400 people•minutes. Therefore, it would take (400 people•minutes)/(8 people) = 50... show more
Best answer: It takes 5 people and 40 minutes to solve 20 problems, so it takes 5*40 = 200 people•minutes to solve 20 problems, or 200/20 = 10 people•minutes/problem.

To solve 40 problems will take (40 problems)•(10 people•minutes/problem) = 400 people•minutes. Therefore, it would take (400 people•minutes)/(8 people) = 50 minutes to solve 40 problems.

Ans: 50 minutes
9 answers · 2 days ago
• ### I will have a 45-45-90 degree triangle, two sides are each 2 feet long...how long is the 3rd side?

6 answers · 2 hours ago
• ### What is 2+2x4?

5 answers · 8 hours ago
• ### What is the nth term 7/10/13/16?

6 answers · 9 hours ago
• ### Can't figure the LCD?

Hello, I'm having trouble finding the LCD of 1/2x+2,1/4x+4.Thank you.
Hello, I'm having trouble finding the LCD of 1/2x+2,1/4x+4.Thank you.
4 answers · 16 hours ago
• ### What is the square root of two?

12 answers · 4 days ago