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chevygirl

  • 2 years ago

I am not good at math so please help me.

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  1. chevygirl
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  2. tictac4456
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    its b not a

  3. sgarrison
    • 2 years ago
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    its b 5*5*5=125

  4. chevygirl
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    yeah i accidentally clicked a i wasn't paying attention

  5. tictac4456
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    oh ok lol

  6. chevygirl
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    thanks

  7. chevygirl
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    Quick question. what does relatively prime mean?

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    other problems :)

  9. chevygirl
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    yeah. Quick question. what does relatively prime mean?

  10. tictac4456
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    Two integers are relatively prime if the largest divisor they have in common is one.

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    get it

  12. chevygirl
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    yeah thanks

  13. tictac4456
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    if they have no common factors other than 1 (in other words you cannot evenly divide both by some common value) Example: 7 and 20 are relatively prime (no common factor), but 6 and 20 are not relatively prime because you can divide both by 2 (2 is a common factor).

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    other questionss

  15. chevygirl
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    ok yeah ok i have another question if you want to help me

  16. sgarrison
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    ill help

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  18. chevygirl
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    my sister was trying to help me but she couldn't help me

  19. sgarrison
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    i think the answer is a but i could be wrong

  20. chevygirl
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    ok i will try that

  21. chevygirl
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    how did you get it?

  22. chevygirl
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    never mind i just got it

  23. sgarrison
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    -2*-2*-2*-4=32

  24. tictac4456
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    your rite @sg

  25. tictac4456
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    i meant @sgarrison

  26. sgarrison
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    :)

  27. sgarrison
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    how do you change your picture from the bird?

  28. chevygirl
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    go to settings and click on where it says change picture

  29. tictac4456
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    goota go peace :)

  30. sgarrison
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    do you have any more math questions for us to solve and thanks!! :)

  31. tictac4456
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    bye @sgarrison & @chevygirl

  32. chevygirl
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    by @tictac44569 umm i dont think so i might have some later

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