Mathematics, 12.11.2019 08:31, yfnal3x

# Jonathan spent an hour and a half working on his garden and another two hours working on his car. how long did he spend time working if he started working at 1: 45 when did he

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Business, 17.07.2019 19:20, tearaj

Later, the teaching assistant in caroline’s chemistry course gives her some advice. “based on past experience,” the teaching assistant says, “working on 15 problems raises a student’s exam score by about the same amount as reading the textbook for 1 hour.” for simplicity, assume students always cover the same number of pages during each hour they spend reading. given this information, in order to use her 4 hours of study time to get the best exam score possible, how many hours should she have spent working on problems, and how many should she have spent reading? 1 hour working on problems, 3 hours reading 2 hours working on problems, 2 hours reading 3 hours working on problems, 1 hour reading 4 hours working on problems, 0 hours reading

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Business, 10.09.2019 21:30, Athaliah

Hilary is a hard-working college senior. one saturday, she decides to work nonstop until she has answered 100 practice problems for her math course. she starts work at 8: 00 am and uses a table to keep track of her progress throughout the day. she notices that as she gets tired, it takes her longer to solve each problem. time total problems answered 8: 00 am 0 9: 00 am 40 10: 00 am 70 11: 00 am 90 noon 100 use the table to answer the following questions. the marginal, or additional, gain from hilary’s first hour of work, from 8: 00 am to 9: 00 am, isproblems. the marginal gain from hilary’s third hour of work, from 10: 00 am to 11: 00 am, isproblems. later, the teaching assistant in hilary’s math course gives her some advice. "based on past experience," the teaching assistant says, "working on 35 problems raises a student’s exam score by about the same amount as reading the textbook for 1 hour." for simplicity, assume students always cover the same number of pages during each hour they spend reading. given this information, in order to use her 4 hours of study time to get the best exam score possible, how many hours should she have spent working on problems, and how many should she have spent reading? 0 hours working on problems, 4 hours reading 1 hour working on problems, 3 hours reading 2 hours working on problems, 2 hours reading 3 hours working on problems, 1 hour reading

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Business, 17.09.2019 20:10, alexvane78

Beth is a hard-working college freshman. one thursday, she decides to work nonstop until she has answered 200 practice problems for her chemistry course. she starts work at 8: 00 am and uses a table to keep track of her progress throughout the day. she notices that as she gets tired, it takes her longer to solve each problem. time total problems answered8: 00 am 09: 00 am 8010: 00 am 14011: 00 am 180noon 200use the table to answer the following questions. the marginal, or additional, gain from beth’s second hour of work, from 9: 00 am to 10: 00 am, isproblems. the marginal gain from beth’s fourth hour of work, from 11: 00 am to noon, isproblems. later, the teaching assistant in beth’s chemistry course gives her some advice. "based on past experience," the teaching assistant says, "working on 50 problems raises a student’s exam score by about the same amount as reading the textbook for 1 hour." for simplicity, assume students always cover the same number of pages during each hour they spend reading. given this information, in order to use her 4 hours of study time to get the best exam score possible, how many hours should she have spent working on problems, and how many should she have spent reading? 1 hour working on problems, 3 hours reading2 hours working on problems, 2 hours reading3 hours working on problems, 1 hour reading4 hours working on problems, 0 hours reading

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Jonathan spent an hour and a half working on his garden and another two hours working on his car. ho...