Use the Protractor to Determine Which of the Following Rotations

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Let us say that s is the speed of the plane and x is the speed of the headwind so that: s – x = (320 / 2) = 160 s + x = (320 / 1.6) = 200   So we got two equations: s – x = 160 s + x = 200   Adding the two equations: 2s = 360 s = 180 mph (speed of plane)   So x is: x = 180 – 160 x = 20 mph (headwind)

Answers:A) This recipe makes 3/2=1.5 1/2 pound servings.B) The Chef Alonso should multiply the amount of chicken by 4/3 so that the recipe will make 2 full servings, each with 1/2 pound of chicken.C) Amount of all the ingredients in the new recipe:1 pound chicken.3 1/3 cups tomato sauce.1 1/3 teaspoon oregano.2/3 teaspoon Chef Alonso’s special sauce.D) No, he can not measure the new amounts of oregano and hot sauce exactly. Solution:A) Using a rule of three:1 serving of the dish     includes     1/2 pound chicken                 x                    include      3/4 pound chicken (Recipe)x=(1 serving of the dish)(3/4 pound chicken) / (1/2 pound chicken)x=(3/4) / (1/2)x=(3/4) (2/1)x=(3*2)/(4*1)x=6/4x=(6/2) / (4/2)x=3/2=1.5B) We want 2 full servings each with 1/2 pound of chicken, then we need a total of 2*(1/2) pound of chicken=1 pound of chickenThe recipe is with 3/4 pound of chicken, then to obtain 1 pound we must multiply by x:(3/4)x=1Solving for x: Multiplying both sides of the equation by 4/3:(4/3)(3/4)x=(4/3)(1)x=4/3C) Amount of all the ingredients in the new recipe:1. Chicken: (3/4 pound)(4/3)=1 pound2. Tomato sauce: (2 1/2 cups)(4/3)=[(2*2+1)/2](4/3)=[(4+1)/2](4/3)=(5/2)(4/3)=(5*4)/(2*3)=20/6=(20/2)/(6/2)=10/3=(9+1)/3=9/3+1/3=3 1/3 cups3. Oregano: (1 teaspoon)(4/3)=4/3=(3+1)/3=3/3+1/3=1 1/3 teaspoon4. Chef Alonso’s special sauce: (1/2 teaspoon)(4/3)=(1*4)/(2*3)=4/6=(4/2)/(6/2)=2/3 teaspoonD) Chef Alonso only has three measuring spoons: 1 teaspoon, 1/2 teaspoon,  and 1/4 teaspoon. Can he measure the new amounts of oregano and hot sauce exactly? Explain why or why notNo, because he needs to measure 1 1/3 teaspoon of oregano and he can not measure 1/3 teaspoon (he only has 1/2 teaspoon and 1/4 teaspoon).He needs to measure 2/3 teaspoon of his special sauce and he can not measure this quantity, because he only has 1/2 teaspoon and 1/4 teaspoon.

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