If you take the numerator and the denominator from flour and multiply both by 10, you'll get 40/100. then, add 40/100 to 12/100. your answer should be 52/100. if not, look back through your math. hope that helped.

Given:

20$

DVD cost = 32$

Friend’s loan = 12$ (since he loaned you enough money to be
able to pay for the DVD)

Find:

available funds after you buy the DVD = ?

<span>Solution:

First, we add your current funds with the money your friend loaned you:

20$ + 12 $ (we will assume this amount since the problem states that he loaned
you just enough money to pay for the DVD) = 32$</span>

Next, we subtract the total amount of the DVD cost to the
total amount of money you have right now:

$32 (DVD cost) - $32 (your total funds) = $0

Therefore, your available funds after buying the DVD is $0.
But if we will take into consideration the amount you loaned from your friend
by subtracting it to your remaining funds, then you’ll have $0 - $12 = $-12,
which is your debt.

**Answer:**

x = 16

**Step-by-step explanation:**

Given:

- Number of students = 6
- Average mark = 15

Therefore, total marks = 15 × 6 = 90

To find the value of x, add up the individual marks:

12 + 16 + 14 + 13 + 19 + x = 74 + x

Now equate this to the total number of marks found previously:

74 + x = 90

Solve for x:

⇒ 74 + x - 74 = 90 - 74

⇒ x = 16

Therefore, the value of x is 16.

A. Slope of the line = (-2 - 2) / (3 - 6) = -4 / -3 = 4/3

the equation required is y - 2 = 4/3(x - 6)

b. convert this to standard form:-

y - 2 = 4/3(x - 6) Multiply through by 3:-

3y - 6 = 4(x - 6)

3y - 6 = 4x - 24

4x - 3y = 18 is the answer

7 is the square foot of 49