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1. A restaurant has 7 booths and 16 tables. Write the ratio of tables to booths as a fraction.
2. Write the ratio of to 6 in simplest form.
3. Find the rate:
4. Determine whether the pair of fractions is proportional:
5. Use percent notation to name the shaded portion of the drawing.
6. Rewrite the statement, using percent notation.
7. Write as a fraction or a mixed number
8. 11% of what number is 77?
9. Estimate 121% of 600.
10. Simplify to the nearest whole hour.

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20. Carlos works 8.25 h and receives $102.30 pay. What will he receive at the same rate if he works 14 h?
21. Roberto has 22% of his pay withheld for deductions. If he earns $680 per week, what amount is withheld?
22. Ms. Jefferson has been given a loan of $20,000 for 1 year. If the interest charged is $800, what is the interest rate?
23. The electricity costs of a business decreased from $16,000 to $11,000. What was the rate of decrease?
24. Find the missing length of the right triangle.
25. The two triangles are similar.

Check attachment for cleaner version of the questions below.
Solve the following equations algebraically. Must show work.
1a)
(t^{frac{2}{3}})
=4
b)√(5&x) + 1 = 3
= 3
c) =2-
(frac{2}{3})
(frac{5x -3}{x-1})
2)Solve algebraicaly
a)
(sqrt{x+2}-x=0)
b)
(4- frac{x}{x-2} = frac{-2}{x-2})
The volume of a cube is gi

A. Discuss differences between neutral geometryand Euclidean geometry.
B. Explain the importance of Euclid's parallel postulate and how this was important to the development of hyperbolic and spherical geometries.

6. Find the area of the following figure (see attached), give that a = 2, b =7 and h = 5.
14. Find the area and perimeter of the following figure (see attached).
24. Find the volume and surface area of the following rectangular box (see attached).
31. Find the volume of the following figure (see attached).
47. On

Elementary Algebra: Basic Operations with Polynomials)
2. Which of the following expressions represents the product of 3 less than twice x and 2 more than the quantity 3 times x ?
A. -6x2 + 25x + 6
B. 6x2 + 5x + 6
C. 6x2 - 5x + 6
D. 6x2 - 5x - 6
E. 6x2 - 13x - 6
(Elementary Algebra: Substituting Values into Algeb

Attached is a D representation of a cyclohexane (c6H12) molecule, a cyclic compound used in the manufacture of nylon and found in the distillation of petroleum.
Name the geometry around each carbon atom. Be sure to rotate the molecule to see all atoms.
What is the hybridization of each carbon atom?
- sp
- sp^2
- sp^

There are 38 attached problems that look like these:
Find the midpoint of (5, 0) and (-4, 2).
Write the standard form of -2x² + 16x +24y- 224=0
Find the foci of 45y² - 320x²+ 6= 2886

Consider the following grid:
1) How many squares (of all sizes) are there in this grid?
2) How many rectangles (of all sizes) are there in this grid?
3) Can you generalize your results to an n by n grid? Can you generalize further?
Please see attachment for grid.

Please complete the following 15 equations and make sure to show ALL WORK! Thanks in advance!
Please complete the following and make sure to show ALL WORK!
Section 5.1
Write each fraction in simplest form.
18.
24.
36.
50. Geometry. The volume of the box is represented by . Find the polynomial that represents the ar

The VSEPR Theory: it is the arrangement of atoms in molecules and ions
This theory is applied in the following way:
? Consider molecules (or ions) in which the central atom is covalently bonded to two or more atoms or groups
? Consider all the valence electron pairs of the central atom-both those that are shared in covalen

Draw the Lewis structure for each of the following molecules or ions, and predict their electron-domain and molecular geometries.
1) PF3
what is PF3's electron-domain geometry?
Linear
Trigonal planar
Tetrahedral
Trigonal bipyramidal
Octahedral
what is PF3's molecular geometry?
Linear
Bent
Trigona