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A soap company changes the design of its soap from a cone to a sphere. The cone had a height of 3cm and a radius of 2cm . The sphere has a d
A soap company changes the design of its soap from a cone to a sphere. The cone had a height of 3cm and a radius of 2cm . The sphere has a diameter of 3cm. How much more soap, in cubic centimeters, does the new design contain than the old design?
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if donald eats to bears an hour how many bears would he eat in 23 hours
if donald eats two bears an hour how many bears would he eat in 23 hours
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What are limits?
What are limits?
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The corners of a square with side 12 is cut away to form an octagon with all sides equal. What is the length of a side of the octagon so for
The corners of a square with side 12 is cut away to form an octagon with all sides equal. What is the length of a side of the octagon so formed?
Bala is setting up a factory to manufacture tennis b***s. If he buys a machine that costs Rs. 59728,
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Sonia drove 1 hour longer than Neha at an average speed 4 kilometers
Sonia drove 1 hour longer than Neha at an average speed 4 kilometers
per hour faster than Neha. Archana drove 2 hours longer than Neha at an average speed 8 kilometers per hour faster than Neha. If Sonia drove 60 kilometers more than Neha, then how many
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100 rise to the 0 exponent is
100 rise to the 0 exponent is
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Area=6sin(360(Celcius symbol)/6)12
Area=6sin(360(Celcius symbol)/6)12
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What is 30% of $12.00?
What is 30% of $12.00?
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Personal Question Regarding Public Schools v.s Charter Schools.
I just want to know if this is humanely acceptable. So, currently I am a Senior in high school. I want to graduate early so i talked to my parents and they reenrolled me into a charter school that I went to last summer that is a 'complete at your own pace'
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At a conference for 500 people, 20% of the participants are French, 50% are Americans, 5% are Germans, and are of other nationalities. How m
At a conference for 500 people, 20% of the participants are French, 50% are Americans, 5% are Germans, and are of other nationalities. How many French participants are at the conference?
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A submarine sailed 30 nautical miles from X to Y on a course of 040 degrees. It then sailed 55 nautical miles due east to Z. Find the distan
A submarine sailed 30 nautical miles from X to Y on a course of 040 degrees. It then sailed 55 nautical miles due east to Z. Find the distance and bearing of Z from X.
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what is the biggest infinite number
what is the biggest infinite number
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how do turn 18/34 into a fraction
how do turn 18/34 into a fraction
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A= 3.14r^2 So what is it if r=6cm
A= 3.14r^2 So what is it if r=6cm
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11. You deposit $200 each month into an account earning 3% interest compounded monthly. a. How much will you have in the account in 30 years
11. You deposit $200 each month into an account earning 3% interest compounded monthly.
a. How much will you have in the account in 30 years?
b. How much total money will you put into the account?
c. How much total interest will
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200(1+(.03/12))^(30(12))
200(1+(.03/12))^(30(12))
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1:26= what %
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u-v/8v - 6u-3v/8v
u-v/8v - 6u-3v/8v
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