# 5,5,8,-8,0,12,-14,1,-2,3,-4 from least to greatest

## Answers

-14,-8,-5,-4,-2,0,1,3,5,8,12

Step-by-step explanation:

the least is always in order from the greater negative number and to the greater positve number

1) two hundred forty-five thousand, six hundred ninety-eight

2) millions place

3) < (less than)

4) 35,345,354,400,712,982, 350,000

5) 731

6) 56

7)13,176

8) associative property

1) Two Hundred Forty Five Thousand, Six Hundred Ninety Eight

2) The Value of the 4 is 40,000

3)456819<460891

4) 35 , 345, 354, 400 , 982 , 350,000

5) PLEASE CLARIFY :)

6)448/8=56

7) 549x24=13176

8) I don't Remember

1. 24

2. [tex]\frac{3}{5}[/tex]

3. 6 ounces

4. 1,2,3,4,6,12 -4 is the gcf

5. 1 1/4

6. 1

1. 24

2. [tex]\frac{3}{5}[/tex]

3. 6 ounces

4. 1,2,3,4,6,12 -4 is the gcf

5. 1 1/4

6. 1

1. the answer is 24

2. the answer is 3/5

3. the answer is 6 ounces

4. the answer is 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 12. GCF = 4

5. the answer is 1 2/8

6. the answer is 1

P.S. please vote this as the brainliest answer :)

3 2/8, 5/7, 5/6 5/12

Greatest to least: 5 5/9, 5 1/2, 5.05, 37/10, 3 4/10, 3 1/4, 5/6, 5/7, 5/12.

4 1/4, 4 5/12, 4 2/3. Not sure if there is suppose to be a 4 in front of the 5/12 but if there is this is how it should be ordered

1) Part A)

Liters Mililiters

1 1,000

5 5,000

8 8,000

14 14,000

2) Part B)

One way to convert 4.2 liters to milliliters is to multiply the number of liters by the number of milliliters in 1 liter. This means there are 4,200 milliliters in 4.2 liters. The cafeteria has the greatest amount of orange juice, the second greatest amount of grape juice, and the least amount of cranberry juice.

Explanation:

1) Data:

Grape juice: 8,000 mililitersCranberry juice: 4.2 literOrange juice: 12,000 mililitersThere are 1,000 mililiers in 1 liter2) Part A:

Table:

The table is garbled. This is what the tables could look like:

Liters Mililiters

1 1,000

5 5,000

8 8,000

14 14,000

You can see that the table shows a direct relationship between the number of mililiters and the number of liters:

1,000/1 = 1,0005,000/5 = 1,0008,000/8 = 1,00014,000/14 = 1,000number of mililiters / liters = 1,0003) Part B)

Fill in the blanks to explain how Landon can convert 4.2 liters of cranberry juice to mililiters so he can compare the amounts of the different juices:

i) One way to convert 4.2 liters to milliliters is to multiply the number of

liters by the number of milliliters in 1 liter.

As demonstrated above there is a direct relationship between the number of mililiters and the number on liters, then you must multiply the number of liters by the proportionality constant to find the number of mililiters.ii) This means there are 4,200 milliliters in 4.2 liters.

That is the product 4.2 × 1,000 = 4,200.iii) The cafeteria has the greatest amount of orange juice, the second greatest amount of grape juice, and the least amount of cranberry juice.

Rank the amounts:

12,000 > 8,000 > 4,200↑ ↑ ↑

orange grape cranberry

1. C, 45.

2. I choose B. I'm not sure if that's correct though.

3. I choose B as well.

4. I choose D.

5. A, 3/4

6. D, 1/12

7. C, 1/9

8. Part A. 80% Chance. Part B. 6% Chance. Part C. 16.7% Chance.

2, 3, 4 I'm not sure if their correct but that's what I got. I really hopes this helps!