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Demontea K.
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Pre-Algebra
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Question:

Convert the following fraction into a percent. 3/5

Demontea K.
Answer:

Convert the following fraction into a percent. 3/5 Step 1: Create a proportion of x being the number you are trying to solve for. 3/5 = x/100 Step 2: Cross- multiply the terms 5x= 300 Step 3: Divide both sides x= 60 Final Answer=. 60% - Remember that a percentage is defined as a fraction whose denominator is 100,

Criminal Justice
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Question:

Describe the two most common classifications of crime used in the United States and provide examples of offenses that fit with each one.

Demontea K.
Answer:

The two most common crime classifications include misdemeanors and felonies. Misdemeanors are less serious crimes punishable by fines and imprisonment of less than a year in jail. Examples of crimes include: - Petty theft - Disorderly conduct - Traffic violations - Simple assault Felonies are serious crimes which are punishable by imprisonment in excess of or more than a year or by death. Examples of crimes include: -Murder - Rape -Arson - Kidnapping

Algebra
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Question:

Solve for y in the following equation: 5x-2y=10

Demontea K.
Answer:

Step 1: Subtract 5x from both sides of the equal sign 5x – 2y = 10 -5x -5x The x coefficient should cancel out Step 2: Rewrite the leftovers of the equation -2y= 10 - 5x Step 3: To get y by itself, divide every coefficient by -2 -2y = 10 – 5x -2 -2 -2 Step 4: Divide *Remember rules for multiplying and dividing positive or negative numbers - When signs are both positive, the resulting answer is positive - When signs are different, the resulting answer is negative So, -2y/-2 = 1y or y 10/-2= -5. and -5x/-2 is simply (5/2)x Step 5: Write the final product. Done y= -5 + 5/2x

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