Pre-algebra homework help? Topic: Pre-algebra homework help?
June 26, 2019 / By Trudi
Question: At 2 P.M, a flag pole casts a shadow that is 155% of its actual height. If the shadow is 23.25 ft, what is the actual height of the pole?  Sammie | 9 days ago
First of all, divide the 23.25 by 155 to get the ft. Per percent. 23.25/155 = .15. Then multiply .15 by 100 to get the full 100 percent of the pole's height. .15 x 100 = 15. Your answer is the actual height of the pole is 15 feet!
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All you're doing is getting the variable you want by itself, isolating it. You do this by performing additions/subtractions and multiplications/divisions to each side of the equation. Just take them slow, and do one number or letter at a time like this: 2) 2x + 75 = 102 - x x + 2x + 75 = 102 - x + x 3x + 75 = 102 3x + 75 - 75 = 102 - 75 3x = 27 3x / 3 = 27 / 3 x = 9 4) 3pq/r = 12 r * 3pq/r = 12 * r 3pq = 12r 3pq / 3 = 12r / 3 pq = 4r pq / q = 4r / q p = 4r/q Originally Answered: Algebra 2 homework help!?
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The answer is 15 ft. You can find this by setting up a proportion. 23.25 over "x" is equal to 155 over 100. Multiply, and divide and there is your answer(:
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155 23.25 ___ = ___________ 100 15 is the answer! 100 x 23.25 = 2325 2325 / 155 = 15
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x + y = 32, x = 32 - y x = 5y + 2 32 - y = 5y + 2 30 = 6y y = 5 x = 32 - 5 = 27

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