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Side of rectangle measures 12 meters, as shown. Each of the three triangles with a side along segment is an equilateral triangle. What is the total area of the shaded regions? Express your answer in simplest radical form
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In a right triangle with integer length sides, the hypotenuse has length 39 units. How many units is the length of the shorter leg?
In a right triangle with integer length sides, the hypotenuse has length 39 units. How many units is the length of the shorter leg?
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If the two roots of the quadratic are , what is k?
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If and , what is the value of ?
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When the base- number is multiplied by , then is added, what is the result (written in base )?
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The quadratic has the same roots as the quadratic . What is ?
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I dont know why my chemistry teacher is so lazy to teach us disproportionation reaction fully but anyways my question is whats the point of disproportionation reactions and how do we solve them
example:
a) Cl2(g) +
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Land in the shape of an isosceles triangle has a base of 130 m
Land in the shape of an isosceles triangle has a base of 130 m. An altitude from one of the legs of the triangle is 120 m. What is the area of the property?
Can someone please solve this without using trignometry.
a) 3000
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x-(square root of x-1)/x+(square root of x+1)=11/5
x-(square root of x-1)/x+(square root of x+1)=11/5
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HARD LOG EQUATION QUESTION! GRADE 12 HELP
Determine the value of (P+Q) given that: Plog4005 + Qlog4002 = 3
Hi, I've been having trouble lately with this question. I've tried completing it, but so far I have only got up to this:
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What is the 1000th positive integer with an odd number of digits?
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What is the smallest positive integer that will satisfy the following four modular equations:
N mod 427 = 277
N mod 1,427 = 1,125
N mod 11,527 = 4,739
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Solve the following equations for , in the the interval (< or equals to 360). (Tbh i dont really know hot to insert the smaller sign with another line underneath it, hope u understood the the range correctly).
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For what value of the constant k does the quadratic have a double root?
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Let equal the number of sides in a regular polygon. For , how many values of result in a regular polygon where the common degree measure of the interior angles is not an integer?
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Suppose that A , B, and C are non-zero distinct digits less than 6 , and suppose we have and . Find
Suppose that A , B, and C are non-zero distinct digits less than 6 , and suppose we have and . Find the three-digit number ABC. (Interpret as a base-6 number with digits A and B
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tens powers
What is the digit in the tens place when is expressed in decimal notation?
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What is the smallest positive integer such that is a terminating decimal?
What is the smallest positive integer such that is a terminating decimal?
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY GENO3141 !!!
From all the members of Web2.0. We wish you a really great birthday !!
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If 10k = 64, what is the value of ? Answer without using log.
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The values of x such that
are and where and are positive. What is
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MERRY LATE CHRISTMAS AND I HOPE YOU ALL HAVE A HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! Let's go into 2018 proud of what we have accomplished in 2017. Also enjoy the last days of 2017 because IT WILL NEVER COME BACK. Ok, that's all from me! C'ya later!
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If two (positive) prime numbers are roots of the equation , what is the value of k?
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