Deborah wants to print some brochures for her business. If she goes for style 1, it will cost her $107.5 plus $0.1, per brochure. If she goes for style 2, it will cost her $5 plus $0.35, per brochure. For how many brochures will the price for both the styles be the same?
The graph below shows the average daily circulation (in thousands) of two newspapers (A and B) for ten years. Find the average daily circulation of B in the year when combined average daily circulation was minimum.
Kenneth's roll number is a two digit number. His friend Kimberly's roll number has the same digits as Kenneth's roll number, but with digits interchanged. If they add their roll number, and divide the sum by 11. Find the remainder of this division.
Can not be determined without knowing the roll number