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Answered 2021-08-03
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Answered 2021-09-08
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Given: 1 page in 3 minutes.

There are 60 minutes in 1 hour and thus there are \(\frac{60}{3}=20\) time periods of 3 minutes in 1 hour.

Since 1 page is read per 3 minutes while there are 20 time periods of 3 minutes in 1 hour, Suzanne then read \(1\times20=20\) pages in 1hour.

We are interested in the number of pages read in 5 hours. Since 20 pages are read per hour, there are then \(5\cdot20=100\) pages read in 5 hours

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2 points) Page Turner loves discrete mathematics. She has 8 "graph theory" books, 6 books about combinatorics, and 4 "set theory" books.

How many ways can she place her discrete mathematics books on the same shelf in a row if:

a) there are no restrictions.

b) graph theory books are next to each other but the others could be anywhere on the shelf.

c) books are organized by their topic (same kinds are next to each other).

How many ways can she place her discrete mathematics books on the same shelf in a row if:

a) there are no restrictions.

b) graph theory books are next to each other but the others could be anywhere on the shelf.

c) books are organized by their topic (same kinds are next to each other).

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Create equations to represent a relationship between quantities.

Define appropriate quantities for . . . descriptive modeling

Marcie can assemble 1 puzzle in 2 hours, and Janice can assemble 2 puzzles in 5 hours. How many hours will it take Marcie and Janice to assemble a puzzle if they work together?

Define appropriate quantities for . . . descriptive modeling

Marcie can assemble 1 puzzle in 2 hours, and Janice can assemble 2 puzzles in 5 hours. How many hours will it take Marcie and Janice to assemble a puzzle if they work together?

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