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Given x=5,y=3/5 ,z=3.3 evaluate each expression. 2^2y1
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Given x=5,y=3/5 ,z=3.3 evaluate each expression. 2^2y1
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need help
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hang on ok
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ur doing algebra
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yes algebra 2
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have answer choices
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that's alg2? it was a lot harder than this when i did it
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post them plz
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yeah post the choices :)
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a.101 b.0.203 c.32.6 d.1.1
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wat u think rrrrr i go wit d
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were u go
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it was d was finishing my test got a 90%
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