# Please solve, really easy, but I really don’t know. PLEASE I WILL MARK YOU AS BRAINLIEST IF ANSWERED

Please solve, really easy, but I really don’t know.
Solve for A and B plz

$Please solve, really easy, but I really don’t know.... PLEASE I WILL MARK YOU AS BRAINLIEST IF ANSW$

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1. sweeney1 says:

what do we help u w\

Step-by-step explanation:

2. hi510hello says:

I believe it’s the first one. I hope it’s right, if not I’m really sorry

3. ushayuri says:

1/4

Step-by-step explanation:

4. sabrinarasull1pe6s61 says:

A) $10inch^3$

B) $270inch^3$

Step-by-step explanation:

The formula for the volume of a cube is:

V = $a^{3}$

Where;

V = Volume

a = side

Plug the information into the formula.

V = $(3 inch)^3$

V = $27 inch^3$

That is the volume of one cube. If all of the cubes have the same length, in order to find the volume of the whole figure, we must count how many cubes there are and multiply that number by the volume.

If I am not mistaken, I can count 10 cubes.

10 times the Volume of one cube = Volume of the solid figure.

$10(27inch^3) = X\\270inch^3 = X$

Therefore, the volume of the solid figure is $270inch^3$

5. heatherlemaster says:

Step-by-step explanation:

If the ratio of the areas is $\frac{4}{16}$ , then the ratio of the perimeters is $\frac{16}{64}$ . Both can be reduced to $\frac{1}{4}$ .

6. BeeShyanne says:

Kate has three bananas.

I drank two milk.

He has notebook.

Not sure. But hopes it helps.

Explanation:

7. rosie81 says:

Row 1:

56×2² = 224 in²

25×3² = 225 in²

15×4² = 240 in²

Row 2:

22×1.5² = 49.5 in²

35×6² = 1260 in²

18×3.5² = 220.5 in²

8. wirchakethan23 says:

Kate has three bananas that she got from the shops

I have two drink more milk

she want another coffee

idk for the rest

9. 0gNanaa says:

A. some of the present day continent's look like they could fit back together like a puzzle.

Explanation:

continental drift is a theory stating that the Earth's continents have been joined together and have moved away from each other at different times in the Earth's history. The theory was first proposed by Alfred Wegener in 1912.

If they move apart in pieces, they can fit back together in the same way/shape.

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10. perfect32 says:

In order for every book to be the same price they would have to be $9. But his cost 13. So I would subtract. 27-13=14. So he has$14 left. He still has to buy 2 more books so each of his sisters have a book. So he would have $7 to spend on each of them. Your answer would be yes he can spend$5 on each additional book.