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4×4÷4×4=16
4×4÷4×4=16
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I'm trying to solve equations using only 4 of the number 4s with the sums of the numbers 1-15 ,please help!
I'm trying to solve equations using only 4 of the number 4s with the sums of the numbers 1-15 ,please help!
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670 ÷31
670 ÷31
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33 1/3% of 12
33 1/3% of 12
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9 + 10 = ?
9 + 10 = ?
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How do I do basic metric conversions?
How do I do basic metric conversions?
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i am doing completing the square and im at (x+1)squared equals the square root of 5 fourths what do i do next.
i am doing completing the square and im at (x+1)squared equals the square root of 5 fourths what do i do next.
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sum 2 plus 2
sum 2 plus 2
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-2 6/7 + -1 1/3
-2 6/7 + -1 1/3
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1+34/8*5/3
1+34/8*5/3
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what is [3/4 x 2/3 - (1/2-1/3)]12=?
what is [3/4 x 2/3 - (1/2-1/3)]12=?
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What is the equation of the line which passes through (3,1) and (-2,-4)?
What is the equation of the line which passes through (3,1) and (-2,-4)?
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what is the of the line that passes through the points (-2,1) and (4,5) in the cartesian coordinate plane?
what is the of the line that passes through the points (-2,1) and (4,5) in the cartesian coordinate plane?
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1.03*x=1600
1.03*x=1600
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whats nine sixteens in decimal form
whats nine sixteens in decimal form
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without using a calculator or multiplication, estimate the area you need to cover with mulch, in square feet
without using a calculator or multiplication, estimate the area you need to cover with mulch, in square feet
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9/10 ÷ (-3/2) =
9/10 ÷ (-3/2) =
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6x^2−102x+432=0 What is x?
6x^2−102x+432=0
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How many 100 dollar bills can fit into one pocket?
How many 100 dollar bills can fit into one pocket?
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what is 40 in percent
what is 40 in percent
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a 5-digit integer is reversed the difference of the original and the reversed number is not zero the largest prime number that must be a factor of this number is ??
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d is an integer greater than 1.when the numbers 1059,1417 and 2312 are divided by d,the remainders in each case is the same (r).the value of (d-r)is ???
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