my sister has a review sheet to do and needs help on so many questions and i have my work to do could you hep me again the question is… Tom and his 4 friends caught 100 fish on a week-long vacation. The total weight of the fish was was 635 pounds. What was the average weight of 1 fish?.

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January 4th, 2013 admin

yes, average weight of one fish is 635/100 = 6.35pounds

Firstly find the price of 2 CDs without sales tax and without coupon: Which is total paid minus off the sales tax and adding back the $2 discount coupon.

Total price for 2 CD without sales tax and without coupon: $23.15-$1.19 + $2 = $23.96

Then divide the price of 2 CDs by 2

Therefore price of 1 CD is $23.96/2 = $11.98

One fish can not have an average weight. The average of something is the sum of whatever it is your adding divided by the number of things added. In this case you would add the weight the weight of each fish then divide by the total number of fish, which is 100.

So your equation for the average should be this; (Total weight) / (Number of fish), and that is 635/100, making the average weight of “each” fish = 6.35 pounds.

you would first take $23.15 and subtract the $1.19 for sales tax to get $21.96, and then you have to add back the $2 coupon, to get $23.96

1 fish did not have an average weight. It had a specific weight. What you want is the average weight per fish. It is 635/100 = 6.35 lb