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what is a mathematicians favourite food?
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how do round 8 to he nearest tenth
how do round 8 to he nearest tenth
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600000=x(.1/1)^15
600000=x(.1/1)^15
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Suppose you have ten squares of stained glass, all of different colors, and you would like to make a rectangular stained glass window in the
Suppose you have ten squares of stained glass, all of different colors, and you would like to make a rectangular stained glass window in the shape of a 2 × 5 grid. WebAssign Plot How many different ways can you do this, taking symmetry into account? (Note
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20000(1.06)
20000(1.06)
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350m^2 x 1.5m
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what is 2 plus or minus 2 square root of 3 divided by 2
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if i plug my nose and ears, shut my eyes and hold in a sneeze, will my head explode?
if i plug my nose and ears, shut my eyes and hold in a sneeze, will my head explode?
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what is 2/3 of 6 1/4
what is 2/3 of 6 1/4
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what is 2/3 of 6 1/4
what is 2/3 of 6 1/4
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the amount of weight that can be lifted by a championship weightlifter is a 3-digit odd number that does not contain a 9 or a 3 all the digi
the amount of weight that can be lifted by a championship weightlifter is a 3-digit odd number that does not contain a 9 or a 3 all the digits are different and their sum is 17 the greatest digit is in the middle what is the weightlifters weight
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7.6855172413793103 in fractions is?
7.6855172413793103 in fractions is?
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5 2/5 squared
5 2/5 squared
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What is the side of a right angle triangle where the known angle is 36 deg and the known side is 12
What is the opposite side of a right angle triangle where the known angle is 36 deg and the adjacent side is 12?
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how do you calculate the hypotenuse of a triangle using Pythagoras in one part of the triangle is connected to a sector of a circle?
how do you calculate the hypotenuse of a triangle using Pythagoras in one part of the triangle is connected to a sector of a circle?
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24% of the coins in Lucy's coin box are 20-cent coins
24% of the coins in Lucy's coin box are 20-cent coins
The number of 50-cent coins is 5/6 of the number of 20-cent coins.
The ratio of the number of $1-coins to the number of 50-cent coins is 7:10.
The rest are 10-cent coins.The number
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June had twice as many apples as oranges. Ken had 1/4 as many oranges as apples. The number of oranges Ken had was 2/9 as many as the number
June had twice as many apples as oranges. Ken had 1/4 as many oranges as apples. The number of oranges Ken had was 2/9 as many as the number of apples June had. Ken had 120 apples and oranges.
(a) express the number of oranges June had as a fraction
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Help please somebody I beg u
A rectangular tank measuring 1.2m by 0.4m by 0.2m is filled with water up to 4/5 of its height. A pail with a capacity of 1.3 litre is used to scoop water out from the tank. If no water is lost during the process, find
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Tim had $39.35 more than Amy. Tim spent 7/9 of his money on books which cost $114.45. Amy spent 3/11 of her money on clothes.how much did Am
Tim had $39.35 more than Amy. Tim spent 7/9 of his money on books which cost $114.45. Amy spent 3/11 of her money on clothes.how much did Amy spend on her clothes??????
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Lynn and Stacy went shopping with a total of $450. Lynn spent 1/4 of her money and Stacy spent $60 . The ratio of stacks money to Lynn's mon
Lynn and Stacy went shopping with a total of $450. Lynn spent 1/4 of her money and Stacy spent $60 . The ratio of stacks money to Lynn's money then became 3:1. How much did Lynn have left????????
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