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how would I figure out what 4/5 x 1 and 1/16
how would I figure out what 4/5 x 1 and 1/16
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So I saw this question and I'm not entirely sure how to solve it. Would appreciate help with it.
I drew it so you'll have to assume the lines are straight/smooth. This is all the information you get. The other function on the right is just f(x)
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f(9) if f (x)= x-8
f(9) if f (x)= x-8
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3/10 ( x + 2 ) = 5
3/10 ( x + 2 ) = 5
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how do you find he angle of an inverse cosine?
how do you find the angle of an inverse cosine?
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Jake owns twice as many dvds as Louis. Zack has 60 fewer dvds than 5 times Louis's collection. If Jake and Zack have the same amount of dvds
Jake owns twice as many dvds as Louis. Zack has 60 fewer dvds than 5 times Louis's collection. If Jake and Zack have the same amount of dvds, how many dvds in Louis's collection.
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124/125 Into a percentage
124/125 Into a percentage
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Simon looks out the attic window of his home which is 32 ft above the ground at an angle of elevation he sees a bird sitting at the vert top
Simon looks out the attic window of his home which is 32 ft above the ground at an angle of elevation he sees a bird sitting at the vert top of the large high rise apartment building down the street how tall is the high rise apartment building if the two
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is it really 114:-11 =10.3
is it really 114:-11 =10.3
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Solve x³-x=29 using trial and improvement
Solve x³-x=29 using trial and improvement
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find the apothem of a regular hexagon with side of 20cm
find the apothem of a regular hexagon with side of 20cm
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how do you do 1+1
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hey can u help me get from 450 to 46 with only using these +10 -10 *10 /10
hey can u help me get from 450 to 46 with only using these +10 -10 *10 /10
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from 450 how can you get to 46 by only using +10 -10 *10 /10
from 450 how can you get to 46 by only using +10 -10 *10 /10
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9 subtracted by -4
9 subtracted by -4
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how do you put a fraction in the calculater
how do you put a fraction in the calculater
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Triangle ABC. Somewhere between AB there is point K, that AK = 3*KB. Also between BC there is a point M, that <BKM = 2 * <BAC and CM=MK=KB. Find <ACB and find every corner <A, <B, <C. Help please, i am 15 years
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2(6732-89364x)-673=7832x+293874
2(6732-89364x)-673=7832x+293874
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A team consists of 6 boys and 4 girls and the other has 5 boys and 3 girls. How many single matches can be arranged between the two teams wh
A team consists of 6 boys and 4 girls and the other has 5 boys and 3 girls. How many single matches can be arranged between the two teams when a boy plays against a boy and a girl plays against a girl?
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