# The statute of limitations specifies, a the maximum amount of money one can receive on a claim. b the

The statute of limitations specifies,
a the maximum amount of money one can receive on a claim.
b the time limit for bringing a lawsuit based on a claim.
c the maximum amount of people who can file on the same claim.
d the time limit for consideration.

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1. nvacharya says:

35x6=210

Step-by-step explanation:

The 5 in 35 and times that by 6 is 30. So the ones place is 0.

Set aside the 3 and do 3x6 which is 18. but add 3 is 21. So the answer is 210.

2. minaale says:

Step-by-step explanation:

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3. lcyaire says:

98

Step-by-step explanation:

Given: The volleyball team is having a pancake breakfast to raise money. The room can hold no more than 120 people. There are 22 coaches and players who will be attending.

The inequality $n+22\leq120$ can be used to find the maximum number of people the volleyball team can invite to its fundraiser.

To find the maximum number of people who can be invited by the team 'n', subtract 22 on both sides, we get

$n+22-22\leq120-22\\\\\Rightarrow n\leq98$

Hence, the maximum number of people who can be invited by the team is 98.

4. morganmsaylor1365 says:

The maximum number of people who could answer yes for both cat and dog is 7.

Step-by-step explanation:  Given that a survey of 100 people asked if they have a dog or a cat.

Out of those 100 people, 56 people answered yes for dog and 51 people answered yes for cat. Some people may own neither and some people may own both animals.

We are to find the maximum number of people that could answer yes for both cat and dog.

Let A and B represents the set of people that answered Yes for dog and Yes for cat respectively.

Then, according to the given information, we have

$n(A)=56,~~n(B)=51.$

From Set Theory, we have

$n(A\cup B)=n(A)+n(B)-n(A\cap B)\\\\\Rightarrow n(A\cup B)=56+51-n(A\cap B)\\\\\Rightarrow n(A\cup B)=107-n(A\cap B)~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~(i)$

Since the total number of people is 100, so we get

$n(A\cup B)\geq 100.$

Therefore, from equation (i), we get

$107-n(A\cap B)\geq 100\\\\\Rightarrow n(A\cap B)\leq 107-100\\\\\Rightarrow n(A\cap B)\leq 7.$

Thus, the maximum number of people who could answer yes for both cat and dog is 7.

5. PresleyPie2700 says:

Step-by-step explanation:

Over the course of two days, the play was performed 6 times. So multiply 6 times 2 to get 12. The play was performed a total of 12 times in two days. Now multiply 12 times the number of maximum people who watched on both days to get 420.

6. marcusajns says:

144 people.

Step-by-step explanation:

Let n be the vertices, where cars are located.

We have been given that the sum of the measures of the angles' vertices is 6120°.

Let us find the number of vertices using formula:

$\text{Sum of all interior angles of a polygon with n sides}=180(n-2)$.

Upon substituting the given sum of the measures of the angles in this formula we will get,

$6120=180(n-2)$

Using distributive property $a(b+c)=a*b+a*c$ we will get,

$6120=180n-360$

Adding 360 to both sides of our equation we will get,

$6120+360=180n-360+360$

$6480=180n$

Upon dividing both sides of our equation by 180 we will get,

$\frac{6480}{180}=\frac{180n}{180}$

$36=n$

As the cars are located on the vertices of regular polygon, so there will be 36 cars in the ride.

We are told that each car holds a maximum of 4 people, so the number of maximum people who can ride at one time will be equal to 4 times 36.

$\text{Maximum number of people who can be on the ride at one time}=4\times 36$

$\text{Maximum number of people who can be on the ride at one time}=144$

Therefore, the maximum number of people who can be on the ride at one time is 144 people.

7. dbanks701 says:

245 people

Step-by-step explanation:

49×5=245

If the maximum per room is 5, you multiply that by how many rooms there are, which, in this case, is 49.

So multiply 49 by 5.

8. aklilrodowx1q5 says:

245 people is the maximum number

Step-by-step explanation:

In order to calculate this you just hace to multiply the number of rooms by the number of people that each room is able to accomodate, so by having the maximum number of people by room, and you multiply that by the number of rooms, you´d get the total maximum people:

49 rooms* 5 people per room= 245 people.

So the maximum number of people would be 245.

9. simonthang8 says:

25635x0.13
3332.55 people

37

The maximum number of people who could fit in this room is 37

Step-by-step explanation:

Given;

The area of a room A = 9 × 10^4 square inches

Minimum Area needed per person M = 2.4×10^4 square inches

The maximum number of people who could fit in this room is;

N = The area of a room A/Minimum Area needed per person M

N = A/M

Substituting the values;

N = 9×10^4 ÷ 2.4×10^3

N = 37.5

Since we can not have a 0.5 person, the number would be approximated down to nearest lower whole number.

N = 37

The maximum number of people who could fit in this room is 37