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what is -9 x (-8)?
what is -9 x (-8)?
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(x+6)(x+8)
(x+6)(x+8)
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what is the meaning of life
what is the meaning of life
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Given: m=100kgs )A=30° Find: W, T¹, & T²
Given: m=100kgs )A=30° Find: W, T¹, & T²
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what is one third plus a half one quarter?
what is one third plus a half one quarter?
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Multiply 5'2 by .0254 to detrmine height in meters
Multiply 5'2 by .0254 to detrmine height in meters
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I am thinking of a positive number, less than 500, that is divisible by every number from 1 to 10 (inclusive), with one exception. What numb
I am thinking of a positive number, less than 500, that is divisible by every number from 1 to 10 (inclusive), with one exception. What number am I thinking of? Prove that the answer is unique.
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The sum of the reciprocals of three consecutive integers is 47/60. What is the sum of the three integers?
The sum of the reciprocals of three consecutive integers is 47/60. What is the sum of the three integers?
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For a positive integer $n$, $\phi(n)$ denotes the number of positive integers less than or equal to $n$ that are relatively prime to $n$.
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For a positive integer $n$, $\phi(n)$ denotes the number of positive integers less than or equal to $n$ that are relatively prime to $n$. Wh
For a positive integer $n$, $\phi(n)$ denotes the number of positive integers less than or equal to $n$ that are relatively prime to $n$. What is $\phi(12)$?
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Alice earned $622.50 in interest on her savings in the bank. before interest, the account had $12,450.what is the approximate percent she ea
Alice earned $622.50 in interest on her savings in the bank. before interest, the account had $12,450.what is the approximate percent she earned in interest?
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Which ratio is equal to 54 :24?
Which ratio is equal to 54 :24?
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two angles with a sine ratio of -0.93969 range is 0° ≤ x ≤ 360°
two angles with a sine ratio of -0.93969 range is 0° ≤ x ≤ 360°
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What is better; economy informatics, finance or engineering informatics?
What is better; economy informatics, finance or engineering informatics?
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what goes into 196
what goes into 196
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Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including question page 1875+ and answer page 5045+
Chris, Alan or I have cursorily checked most posts up to and including question page 1875+ and answer page 5045+
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why is the answer not 8? (-1)^2-5(-1)+3
Why is the answer not 8? (-1)^2-5(-1)+3=9
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log to base 1.06, ans: 0.955966= x how can I type this in?
log to base 1.06, ans: 0.955966= x how can I type this in?
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More GP help.
It's me again, sorry about asking another question, but I couldn't find the formulae anywhere, so heere's the question: Find the first term in the Geometric Progression: 5,10,20, ...... that exceeds 500.
I know that a=5 and r=2. How would I go by
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Has anyone out here read "a take of two cities" pls tell me i really need the help....you can message me or post it here if there any proble
Has anyone out here read "a taLe of two cities" pls tell me i really need the help....you can message me or post it here if there any problem plss....its really eargent if you have pls help me!
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21/-9x5+7(-9-11)x7.2=
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HOW DO I USE FRACTIONS??!?!?
HOW DO I USE FRACTIONS??!?!?
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Hey, I have a maths research assignment(grade 9) and I was wondering how I can find the first three terms of a geometric progression, knowin
Hey, I have a maths research assignment(grade 9) and I was wondering how I can find the first three terms of a geometric progression, knowing that r=3, term2= 9 & term12=531441 Thanks
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