- 1You drive your car 2 km to the gas station, 4 km to the shopping mall to let your mother off, and 4.5 km back home
You drive your car 2 km to the gas station, 4 km to the shopping mall to let your mother off, and 4.5 km back home. The trip takes 20 min. What is your velocity in m/s?

- 2Hellowhat is the difference between a supermarket and a marketa chemist and a pharmacya shopping centre and a department storea shopping centre and a shopping mall
Hellowhat is the difference between a supermarket and a marketa chemist and a pharmacya shopping centre and a department storea shopping centre and a shopping mall

- 3The International Council of Shopping Centers reports that the average teenager spends $39 during a shopping trip to the mall
The International Council of Shopping Centers reports that the average teenager spends $39 during a shopping trip to the mall. The promotions director of a local mall has used a variety of strategies to attract area teens to his mall, including live bands and “teenage group. He believes teen shoppers at his mall respond to his promotional efforts by shopping there more often and spending more when they do. Mall management decides to evaluate the promotions director’s success by surveying a simple random sample of 45 local teens and finding out how much they spent on their most recent shopping visit to the mall. The results are listed in data file XR10056. Use a suitable hypothesis test in examining whether the mean mall shopping expenditure for teens in this area might be higher than for U.S. teens as a whole. Indentify and interpret the p-value for the test. Using the 0.025 level of significance, what conclusion do you reach?

- 4Lori wants to go to the beach on saturday but she's not sure if she has enough gas in her car to drive there and back home
Lori wants to go to the beach on saturday but she's not sure if she has enough gas in her car to drive there and back home. The beach is 77 miles from Lori's house but the car gets about 28 miles per gallon. How many gallons of gas does Lori need to have in her car to make the trip to the beach?

- 5Hudson is already 40 miles away from home on his drive back to college
Hudson is already 40 miles away from home on his drive back to college. He is driving 65 mi/hr. Write an equation that models the total distance d travelled after hours h. What is the graph of the equation. When Phil started his new job, he owed the company $65 for his uniforms. He is earning $13 per hour. The cost of his uniforms is withheld from his earnings. Write an equation the models the total money he has m after h hours of work. What' is the graph of the equation? I have no idea where to start on either of these! Please just give me an idea

- 6Tai went to a shopping mall
Tai went to a shopping mall. He spent $25.75 on a chirt, $15.49 on a hat and $9.95 on a poster, before tax. tax was 8.25% on all purchase. What was the total cost of tai's purchases, including tax? First you add all the prices. But the nwhy do you multiply it by 1.0825?

- 7Tai went to a shopping mall
Tai went to a shopping mall. He spent $25.75 on a chirt, $15.49 on a hat and $9.95 on a poster, before tax. tax was 8.25% on all purchase. What was the total cost of tai's purchases, including tax? How do I do this?

- 8Tai went to a shopping mall
Tai went to a shopping mall. He spent $25.75 on a chirt, $15.49 on a hat and $9.95 on a poster, before tax. tax was 8.25% on all purchase. What was the total cost of tai's purchases, including tax? First you add all the prices. But the nwhy do you multiply it by 1.0825?

- 9An architect is designing a shopping mall
Solve the problem. An architect is designing a shopping mall. The scale of the plan is 1 inch equals 15 feet. If one store in the mall is to have a frontage of 90 feet, how long will the line representing that store's frontage be on the blueprint? Show your step by step work! Include correct units with your solution.

- 10A doughnut shop at a shopping mall sells a dozen doughnuts for $2.95
A doughnut shop at a shopping mall sells a dozen doughnuts for $2.95. Beyond the fixed costs of $150 per day, it costs $1.45 for enough materials and labor to produce each dozen doughnuts. If the daily profit varies between $50 and $200, between what levels (in dozens) do the daily sales vary?

- 11A fountain in a shopping mall has two parabolic arcs of water intersecting
A fountain in a shopping mall has two parabolic arcs of water intersecting. The equation of one parabola is y = -0.25x^2+2x and the equation of the second parabola is y=-0.205x^2+4x-11.75. How high above the base of the fountain do the parabolas intersect? All dimensions are in feet. Round to the nearest hundredth.

- 12Store space in a shopping mall is often rented by the square foot
Store space in a shopping mall is often rented by the square foot. What is the area of a rectangular jewelry store that is 12 feet wide and 18 feet long? a)68 square feet b)576 square feet c)216 square feet d)288 square feet