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Bri_Durbin
Semester test only smart people please! I need to get an A+ on this to pass math for the semester!!!
What math level is this for?
9th grade! Can you help?
ok let em get a question on here.
ill post it when I get to one that I need help!
Which property is illustrated by the statement? (4 + 6.1) + 7 = 4 + (6.1 + 7) (1 point) Associative Property of Addition Inverse Property of Multiplication Commutative Property of Addition Inverse Property of Addition
I can help also! im on the same thing
same test or grade or what?
same grade and same class! i kno most of the answers tho
have you taken the test yet?
no you must be on unit 7 lesson 2... im on unit 5 lesson 4 but i have an a+ in algebra
this just seems like cheating to me :/
@preetha what do you think Preetha?
no i just want help i dont cheat its like a pre test thing anyways!
its not when your really trying to pass!! its different! it doesnt matter
lucky i have a D in algebra so you must really understand this stuff?
no! i just read through it and sometimes i come on here to get help!!
as long as the responses can conform to the code of conduct for this site .... and not just be handing out answers, i might be swayed
oh ok well do you wanna HELP me?
Can some one help me with this one Which property is illustrated by the statement? (4 + 6.1) + 7 = 4 + (6.1 + 7) (1 point) Associative Property of Addition Inverse Property of Multiplication Commutative Property of Addition Inverse Property of Addition
can you narrow it down any?
i think that it is A. is that correct?
it might be, can you tell me why you think it would be A?
Because like its all addition so I thought that it would be associative Property of Addition.
there are 2 properties on the option list that are very similar Associative and Commutative. Commutative means to change places, and none of the terms changed places Associative means to make new friends (to regroup) The terms were regrouped, so yes; its Associative Addition
wahoo i knew it!! =D I feel smart! Ok i have another one.
To which subsets of the real numbers does the number 1/3 belong rational numbers irrational numbers whole numbers, integers, rational numbers whole numbers, natural numbers, integers
i think that it would be rational because its a fraction...
correct, its a ratio of numbers, rational
YAY! ok What is the algebraic expression for the following word phrase: the product of 5 more than p and 7? (1 point) 5 + p + 7 7(p + 5) 7 • p • 5 p + 5 over 7
idk the way its worded confuses me.
the product of (to multiply); (5 more than p) and (7)
but im thinking B because it has addition and multiplication.
What is the simplified form of the expression square root 1 over 121
would this one be 11?
use grouping symbols; square root (1 over 121) a calculator can verify this one. its not 11, but it has 11 in it :)
1/11 is what i would choose yes
write up a new post for more questions, that way others can have the chance to share :) I have real world work to attend to