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A sink is filling at the rate of 1liter in 6seconds.It is draining at the rate of 1liter in 11seconds.How long from the it is emty will it take the sink to fill, if its capacity is 8liters?

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Number patterns


Without my trying it, it looks like a less 3 combination. subtract 3 from 95 subtract 3 from that answer and so forth. hope that helps.

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Draw an electron-dot diagram for sulfur


Sulfur has 16 electrons. 2 of those go on the innermost shell. 8 electrons are distributed in sets of 2 on the next shell. The remaining 6 electrons are on the outer shell in a 2-2-1-1 pattern.


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It is all about number series and this is the problem: 19.12 18.13 16.15 13.18 9.22 --------------


Walter,
The next number sequence is 4.27

Here is how it is solved:
In the whole number sequence, notice how many numbers are skipped:
19, 18, 16, 13, 9, 4
19-18 = 0 skipped
18-16 = 1 skipped
16-13 = 2 skipped
13-9 = 3 skipped
9-4 = 4 skipped

Can you see how the same sequence applies to the decimal side?

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Order of opertions.. directions:which operation should you do first?write +,*,-,or / 1. 25/5*8


It does not matter what sequence you write in. The sequence followed by all is BODMAS. Brackets, Of, Division, Multiplication, Addition and Subtraction.
What matters is that you should separate the * and / from + and - with the help of brackets.

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My daughter's homework is the for the sequence below is add * 2.4 ____ ____ ____ 17.2 can anyone help?


I'd guess there should be some more information... for all we know, you might be requested to add 3.7 to each number, so that you get 2.4, 6.1, 9.8, 13.5 and finally 17.2 . (You get 3.7 by subtracting the first number from the last, and dividing by the number of sums - which is the number of blanks plus one).
This is the simplest linear sequence, but in truth, it could be anything.

Let me know, especially if you gather any additional information.

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There is a sequence and it is 2,8,18,32,50,72 what is the fiftyiest number


The pattern for this sequence is that the difference between one number and the next is four more than the difference between that number and the previous one.
For example:
8 - 2 = 6
18 - 8 = 10
32 - 18 = 14
50 - 32 = 18

So the sequence is:
2, 8, 18, 32, 50, 72, 98, 128, 162, 200, 242, 288, 338, 392, 450, 512, 578, 648, 722, 800, 882, 968, 1058, 1152, 1250, 1352, 1458, 1568, 1682, 1800, 1922, 2048, 2178, 2312, 2450, 2592, 2738, 2888, 3042, 3200, 3362, 3528, 3698, 3872, 4050, 4232, 4418, 4608, 4802, 5000, ...

So the 50th number in the sequence is 5000

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Your friend John asks you for advice concerning life insurance. John is 32 years old and graduated from law school last year. he currently earns $48,000 per year as a first year attorney. John is married and has two children, Billy, age 10, and Sarah, age 4. John's wife, Mary, is a professor who currently earns $58,000 per year. Mary is 34 years old. John and Mary pay $1,700 per month for their home mortgage, which will be paid off in 20 years. The interest rate on their mortgage is 4.5%. (Their current equity in the home is $75,000.) The couple owns two cars, both 8 years old, and personal property (such as clothes, electronics, furniture, etc.) values at $45,000. Their investments have been used up paying for John's law school education, so they currently have only $1,000 in savings and checking accounts, and $2,000 in a mutual fund. John has no life insurance. Mary has $100,000 of life insurance provided by her employer. mary's pension plus social security are expected to total $45,000 per year, beginning when she is 67 years old. If John should die, Mary would receive approximately $10,000 per year from social security until Sarah reaches age 18. John and Mary spend most of their current income, although they do try to save about $50 per month. Their investments earn approximately 5% per year. In addition to their home mortgage, John has a student loan of $15,000 that he must start making payments on in 6 months. he plans to pau back the loan in 5 years and the loan's interst rate is 6% per year. Given that Mary enjoys a flexible work schedule, and because Mary's mother lives close by and watches the kids two days per week, the currently are not paying any child care expenses.

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Your friend John asks you for advice concerning life insurance. John is 32 years old and graduated from law school last year. he currently earns $48,000 per year as a first year attorney. John is married and has two children, Billy, age 10, and Sarah, age 4. John's wife, Mary, is a professor who currently earns $58,000 per year. Mary is 34 years old. John and Mary pay $1,700 per month for their home mortgage, which will be paid off in 20 years. The interest rate on their mortgage is 4.5%. (Their current equity in the home is $75,000.) The couple owns two cars, both 8 years old, and personal property (such as clothes, electronics, furniture, etc.) values at $45,000. Their investments have been used up paying for John's law school education, so they currently have only $1,000 in savings and checking accounts, and $2,000 in a mutual fund. John has no life insurance. Mary has $100,000 of life insurance provided by her employer. mary's pension plus social security are expected to total $45,000 per year, beginning when she is 67 years old. If John should die, Mary would receive approximately $10,000 per year from social security until Sarah reaches age 18. John and Mary spend most of their current income, although they do try to save about $50 per month. Their investments earn approximately 5% per year. In addition to their home mortgage, John has a student loan of $15,000 that he must start making payments on in 6 months. he plans to pau back the loan in 5 years and the loan's interst rate is 6% per year. Given that Mary enjoys a flexible work schedule, and because Mary's mother lives close by and watches the kids two days per week, the currently are not paying any child care expenses.

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