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Help please.. I really don't understand these questions
12 less than y.. Wouldn't it be 12-y?? Or?
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the product of 12 and x
the product of 12 and x
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please help I do not know how to get this answer
6-2x=50
the answer the computer gave me is wrong and it is x=22
6-2*22=16 I have to equal 50. so my answer is x=28
6-2*28=50 but you dont know what x= at the beging so how do you solve the problem to have x=28
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what is 7x-15=3x-39 solve for
what is 7x-15=3x-39 solve for
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what time ? = 60 and only times no - or / or -5 numbers.
5*12=60 what else =60 exsept
1*60=60
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3.54 m x 3.68m = square meters
3.54 m x 3.68m = square meters
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a carpenter has a ratio is 3:4, 3 liters of one stain and 4 liters of another if total of 12 liters how many liters of each
a carpenter has a ratio is 3:4, 3 liters of one stain and 4 liters of another if total of 12 liters how many liters of each
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Note that the total distance travelled between the two trains must equal the distance between the two cities. Distance = Rate × Time Therefo
Note that the total distance travelled between the two trains must equal the distance between the two cities. Distance = Rate × Time Therefore d = r1 t1 + r2 t2. Let t2 = Time travelled by the second train. Let t1 = Time travelled by the first train alone
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rewritig question and know fake answer please
Rewrite the expression by using grouping symbols. i dont know what y and b=
yx6+yxb
a:6(y+b)
b:b(yx6)
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what is exponent form
what is exponent form
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please help me I do not know at all!!!!!! and know fake answers!!
The Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor stands at a height of 305 feet. What is the metric equivalent in meters?
a:93.025m
b:304.7m
c:305.305m
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How do you find the radius of a circle???
How do you find the radius of a circle???
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What is one plus one
What is one plus one
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what is the length of each side of a square that has the same area as a rectangle that is 12mm long and 18mm wide?
what is the length of each side of a square that has the same area as a rectangle that is 12mm long and 18mm wide?
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help please
Rewrite the expression without using grouping symbols.
4(x-2) p.s it did not tell me what x=
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what is 3+7
what is 3+7
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what is 7(-1)^2-3(-1)
what is 7(-1)^2-3(-1)
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625 Power of 1/4
625 Power of 1/4
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what is 6 over 5 multiply -3
what is 6 over 5 multiply -3
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what is 9+10
what is 9+10
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32tan=100/x
32tan=100/x
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what answer is corect
x<-4 < eats the bigger number
a:(-5,-4.6
b:-5,-4.6,-4
c:-4,-0.8,1,1.5
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Ayyyyyyyyy
8/8 r8 m8 ayy
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1 1/3 + 1 1/3 + 1 1/3 + 1 1/3=?
1 1/3 + 1 1/3 + 1 1/3 + 1 1/3=?
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