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y=x(x-4)(x+5)
y=x(x-4)(x+5)
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what is 256 squared?
what is 256 squared?
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what is the inverse of 7x-11
what is the inverse of 7x-11
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what is 1301429782356e92047832561875
what is 1301429782356e92047832561875
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25 to the power of 3 over 2
25 to the power of 3 over 2
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Peter put $8,000 into a savings account that pays 6% interest, compounded continuously. After five years, Peter will have a. 8,001.35 in the
Peter put $8,000 into a savings account that pays 6% interest, compounded continuously. After five years, Peter will have a. 8,001.35 in the account. b. 10,798.53 c. 21,744.00 d. 160,634.32 Hint: Use the formula A = Pe^rt, where A is the amount after t
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AM = (q+p+[q+p]+[q-p])/4
AM = (q+p+[q+p]+[q-p])/4
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The distance around a meteor crater is 9,220 ft. Find the diameter of the crater. Use 22 7 for π. The diameter of the crater is about
The distance around a meteor crater is 9,220 ft. Find the diameter of the crater. Use 22 7 for π. The diameter of the crater is about
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what is the formula for finding the area of a triangle
what is the formula for finding the area of a triangle
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names for a school
What are good middle school names that have a tiger
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For angle 0, cos0=5/13. What is the value of sin0cos0?
For angle 0, cos0=5/13. What is the value of sin0cos0?
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i need help finding the arc with the radius of 11 and the angle of 315
i need help finding the arc
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what are good class names
what are good class names for a middle school
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How much would $125 invested at 8% interest compounded continuously be worth after 16 years? Round your answer to the nearest cent.
How much would $125 invested at 8% interest compounded continuously be worth after 16 years? Round your answer to the nearest cent.
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2x^2+4xy+4y^2=0
2x^2+4xy+4y^2=0
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y=x^2+10x+3
y=x^2+10x+3 how do you solve this using the square and turning it into vertex mode
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What if the power it's fraction
What if the power it's fraction
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what is y=7x+9
what is y=7x+9
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Three cities, A, B, and C, are located so that city A is due east of city B. If city C is located 35° west of north from city B and is 100 m
Three cities, A, B, and C, are located so that city A is due east of city B. If city C is located 35° west of north from city B and is 100 miles from city A and 70 miles from city B, how far is city A from city B?
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Convert -315 Degrees into radians
Convert -315 Degrees into radians
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what is the exact value of tan 75
what is the exact value of tan 75?
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d – 4 = 6 . solve for d
d – 4 = 6 . solve for d
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how do you plug in inverse cot
how do you plug in inverse cot
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