Math

AlgebraQ&A LibraryTo raise money, a school is sponsoring a magazine subscription drive. By visiting 90 homes in the neighborhood, one student was able to sell $375 worth of subscriptions. At this rate, how many additional homes will the student have to visit in order to meet a $500 goal?additional homesQuestion

Asked Oct 30, 2019

25 views

To raise money, a school is sponsoring a magazine subscription drive. By visiting 90 homes in the neighborhood, one student was able to sell $375 worth of subscriptions. At this rate, how many additional homes will the student have to visit in order to meet a $500 goal?

additional homes

Step 1

Obtain the number of homes visited by the student for subscribing $1.

Step 2

Obtain the number of homes visited by t...

Find answers to questions asked by student like you

Show more Q&A

Q: Let P= (-2, 1, +a) and Q= ( 3, 6, +2a). Find the slope of L containing P and Q?

A: Click to see the answer

Q: I am stuck on this equation and unsure how to solve. Here is the equation Solve by system of equatio...

A: Given,

Q: The exponential models describe the population of the indicated country, A, in millions, t years aft...

A: Given:The exponential model that describe the population of different countries:

Q: Use the compound interest formula P = A(1 + i)n, where A is the original value of an investment, i i...

A: The given equation is

Q: 11:32 Project1 Consec Numbs F19.doc Your Investigation: The numbers 15 and 21 can be written as a su...

A: There are many numbers that can be written as a sum of 2 sequential whole numbers, 3 sequential whol...

Q: Solve for m. D=5/4 (m-33)

A: To solve the expression for m.

Q: How do I solve this?

A: Consider the given parabola

Q: In 2000, the population of a country was approximately 6.19 million and by 2040 it is projected to g...

A: To determine (a) the value of k in the exponential model and (b) the year when the population reache...

Q: A rectangular piece of cardboard is a = 10 in. longer than it is wide. Squares 2 in. on a side are t...

A: Click to see the answer