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14-[(-4)-(-6)]+(7-9)
14-[(-4)-(-6)]+(7-9)
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what is 9+10
9+10
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what is 90-50x60 and the answer to a function
what is 90-50x60 and the answer to a function
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Perimeter of a square.
I am working through this problem and I noticed that this problem is very advanced. The only two side lengths are 6x centimeters, and -3x + 18. Could anyone help for X
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Sep 13, 2017
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Solve for X?
I need to solve for X: -0.23x + 0.8 = 0.27x + 0.9?
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Perimeter of a triangle.
If I am attempting to find the perimeter of a triangle in which the side lengths given are 7x centimeters and 5x + 16 centimeters what is the last side length
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Hi everyone!,
Hi everyone!,
I am working through a paper, and have completed so to speak the majority of problems. I got stuck with another really tricky one. Please if you could, how can I prove "O" is the centre?
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csc ∠ = 5/3
csc ∠ = 5/3
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HCF and LCM
The highest common factor (HCF) of 140 and x is 20. The lowest common multiple (LCM) of 140 and x is 420. Find the value of x.
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35/5.5 = 70/11 = 6.3636363636
35/5.5 = 70/11 = 6.3636363636
how did 35/5.5 turn into 70/11?
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Find the indicated trigonometric value in the specified quadrant. Function Quadrant IV, cot θ = -2, trigonometric Value sin θ. Thanks!
Find the indicated trigonometric value in the specified quadrant. Function Quadrant IV, cot θ = -2, trigonometric Value sin θ. Thanks!
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Let $f(n)$ return the number of distinct ordered pairs of positive integers $(a, b)$ such that for each ordered pair, $a^2 + b^2 = n$. Note
Let $f(n)$ return the number of distinct ordered pairs of positive integers $(a, b)$ such that for each ordered pair, $a^2 + b^2 = n$. Note that when $a \neq b$, $(a, b)$ and $(b, a)$ are distinct. What is the smallest positive integer $n$ for which $f(n)
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HELP PLS!!!
A cube is painted red on all six sides, then cut into 125 smaller congruent cubes.
A small cube is selected at random and rolled. What is the probability that it has a red side facing up?
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chemistry thingy with pennies
I have a chem lab and we need to find the amount of two different weight pennies in a film canister of 15 pennies just by the weight.
Do i just set up to equations like this:
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Which system of inequalities represents the graph?
Which system of inequalities represents the graph?
−y≥2x+8
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what is the inequality that represents the graph?
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i need help
how to solve -24+5x=7x-2(-3x+4)
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Scale down the rate to determine each unit rate. EXPLAIN HOW YOU GOT IT!
130 miles
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$48
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Scale down the ratio to complete each proportion.
15 red tulips 5 red tulips
9 yellow tulips =
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Friends?????
anybody else here to make friends?
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Solve For X
Solve for x.
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Sep 13, 2017
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Factoring
Factor this expression.
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were is the fraction button
were is the fraction button
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