Answer:
January . . . $57.85

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) =*$309.85* .

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she__does__ have in November, which

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days.

What her balance__should__ be in November is an entirely different subject.

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) =

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days.

What her balance

Answer:

January . . . $57.85

March . . . . 4 times as much = 4 (57.85) = $231.40

Deposit 78.45 more . . . ($231.40 + 78.45) = $309.85 .

Notice that "interest" is never mentioned anywhere in this problem.

In other words, it doesn't matter whether Julie's savings account is

in a bucket in the basement, a mayonnaise jar on the porch, under

her mattress, or in a bank that pays no interest.

Without interest, $309.85 is what she __does__ have__ in November, which__

is about right for savings accounts in banks these days. i wish it help for all my hard work to answer the question.

Given rectangle ABCD below,a. Find the measure of the angles labeled below.b. If the length of AB=3x–21, DC=34, BC=4y+32, and AD=62, find the values of x and y.c. Find the perimeter and area of rectangle ABCD.

Explain what the variable represent in an addition or subtraction expression.

22 is what percent more than 20?

A two-word phrase used to show division in a word problem.

List all of the odd numbers less than 20 in numerical order?

Explain what the variable represent in an addition or subtraction expression.

22 is what percent more than 20?

A two-word phrase used to show division in a word problem.

List all of the odd numbers less than 20 in numerical order?

You split the L into 2 parts, solve the area of the 2 parts, then add the areas together.

Answer: 4/5

Step-by-step explanation: Using the place value chart, we can see that 0.8 means eight-tenths which can be written as the fraction 8/10. Since 8/10 is not in lowest terms, we need to divide both the numerator and denominator by the greatest common factor of 8 and 10 which is 2 to get 4/5.

Therefore, 0.8 can be written as the fraction 4/5. This means that 4/5 is a fraction that is equivalent to 0.8**.**

A fraction in **simplest form** that is equal to 0.8 is 4/5.

In Mathematics and Geometry, a** fraction **simply refers to a numerical quantity (numeral) which is not expressed as a whole number. This ultimately implies that, a fraction is simply a part of a **whole number**.

In this exercise and scenario, we would convert the given decimal number 0.8 into a** fraction** by converting it into a **percentage** as follows;

0.8 = 80/100

By dividing by 20, we have:

Fraction: 80/100 = 4/5

Read more on **fraction** here: brainly.com/question/29367657

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1788.11. Because the 0 will go to 1 because of the 6

-- The

is a circle.

-- The NEXT smallest perimeter with the same area is a square.

With 1-ft by 1-ft square bricks, the

make would be by using her bricks to make it as square as possible.

Without cutting bricks into pieces, the best she could do would be

(13 bricks) x (3 bricks) .

= (13-ft) x (3-ft)

Perimeter = (2 x length) + (2 x width)

= (2 x 13-ft) + (2 x 3-ft)

= (26-ft) + (6-ft) = 32 feet <== shortest perimeter.

-- Then, the more UNSQUARE you make it, the more perimeter

it takes to enclose the same area. That means Mary has to make

a rectangle as long and skinny as she can.

The

pieces) is (39 bricks) x (1 brick) .

= (39-ft) x (1-ft) .

Perimeter = (2 x length) + (2 x width)

= (2 x 39-ft) + (2 x 1-ft)

= (78-ft) + (2-ft) =

What she'll have then is a brick

and when you walk on it, you'll need to try hard to avoid falling off

because it's only 1 foot wide.

The** largest perimeter** possible is 80ft.

The greatest **perimeter **is obtained when we put all the bricks on a single line. That is because in this case, we do not have internal bricks that do not apport to the **perimeter.**

In that case, we would get a **rectangle **that measures 39 ft by 1ft, then the **perimeter **is:

P = 2*(1ft + 39ft) = 80ft

The largest **perimeter **possible is 80ft.

If you want to learn more about **perimeter**:

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Forgive me if I'm wrong, but here goes:

On Harold's test, he scores 34 points for his correct answers, and -6 points for incorrect answers. He would have gotten 28 points, but that's not the question.

34 is the first number, and I believe the next one is -6.

6 is negative because 1 point is deducted for each incorrect answer, which also means 1 point is subtracted for every incorrect answer. Because the question is asking for numbers and not an equation or expression, the subtraction is expressed as a negative symbol, hence negative six.

Hope I helped!

On Harold's test, he scores 34 points for his correct answers, and -6 points for incorrect answers. He would have gotten 28 points, but that's not the question.

34 is the first number, and I believe the next one is -6.

6 is negative because 1 point is deducted for each incorrect answer, which also means 1 point is subtracted for every incorrect answer. Because the question is asking for numbers and not an equation or expression, the subtraction is expressed as a negative symbol, hence negative six.

Hope I helped!

yes just cause i want it to be that