- 1Frank can type a report in 3 hours and James takes 5 hours. How long will it tak
Frank can type a report in 3 hours and James takes 5 hours. How long will it take the two of them typing together?

- 2frank can type a report in 2 hours and james takes 6 hours
frank can type a report in 2 hours and james takes 6 hours. how long will it take the two of them typing together?

- 3Frank can type a report in 4hours and James takes 5hrs how long will it take the two of them typing togwther
Frank can type a report in 4hours and James takes 5hrs how long will it take the two of them typing togwther

- 4A recent survey shows that the average man will spend 141,288 hours sleeping, 85,725 hours working, 81,681 hours watching television 9,945 hours commuting, 1,662 hours kissing, and 363,447 hours on other tasks during his lfetime
A recent survey shows that the average man will spend 141,288 hours sleeping, 85,725 hours working, 81,681 hours watching television 9,945 hours commuting, 1,662 hours kissing, and 363,447 hours on other tasks during his lfetime. What percent of his life, to the nearest tenth of a percent, does he spend sleeping?

- 5Sally takes 4 hours to paint and john takes 6 hours how long will it take both to paint the hours
Sally takes 4 hours to paint and john takes 6 hours how long will it take both to paint the hours

- 6A bus takes 12 hours to travel the same distance that an airplane takes 1.5 hours
A bus takes 12 hours to travel the same distance that an airplane takes 1.5 hours. the average speed of the airplane is 120 miles per hour, 5 times faster than the bus. what is the average speed of the bus? Thanks

- 7To pour a concrete sidewalk takes 2 hours of preparation and 3 hours of finishing
To pour a concrete sidewalk takes 2 hours of preparation and 3 hours of finishing. To pour a concrete patio takes 4 hours of preparation and 3 hours of finishing. There are 8 hours available for preparation and 21 hours available for finishing. ABC Concrete Company makes a profit of $450 on a sidewalk and $700 on a patio. How many sidewalks and patios should the company construct to maximize its profit? Set up a system of inequalities for this problem, identify all variables used, and give the objective function, but do not solve.

- 8It take Ryan 8 hours to build a bird house, it takes Anthony 6 hours
It take Ryan 8 hours to build a bird house, it takes Anthony 6 hours. How long would it take them both to build the bird house together?

- 9A boat takes 2.4 hours to travel 22.57 km down a river, then 5.2 hours to return. How fast is...
A boat takes 2.4 hours to travel 22.57 km down a river, then 5.2 hours to return. How fast is the river flowing?

- 10Rodriguez, a college instructor, can grade his class papers in 3 hours while it takes his assistant 4 1/2 hours
mr. Rodriguez, a college instructor, can grade his class papers in 3 hours while it takes his assistant 4 1/2 hours.? If Mr. Rodriguez graded the papers for 1 hour and then left the job for his assistant to complete, how long will it take his assistant to finish grading papers?

- 11Assume that it takes four hours of labor time to paint a room and three hours to sand a floor
Assume that it takes four hours of labor time to paint a room and three hours to sand a floor.If all 24 hours were spent painting, how many rooms could be painted by one worker? If a decision were made to sand two floors, how many painted rooms would have to be given up? ILLISTRATE WITH A PRODUCTION POSSIBILITIES CURVE.

- 12Add-on software A takes the programmer 9 hours, the graphic artist 6 hours, and the mathematician 1 hour to complete
Add-on software A takes the programmer 9 hours, the graphic artist 6 hours, and the mathematician 1 hour to complete. > Add-on software B takes the programmer 10 hours, the graphic artist 4 hours, and the mathematician 2 hours. > Add-on software C takes the programmer 12 hours, the graphic artist 4 hours, and the mathematician 1 hour. > If there are 398 programming hours available, 164 graphic artist hours available, and 58 mathematician hours available, how many copies of each software can be produced? > > OK I know the problem looks like this- > Programmer= 9A + 10B + 12C=398 > Graphic Artist= 6A + 4B + 4C=164 > Mathamatician= 1A + 2B + 1C=58