Which point on the number line is the opposite of –4?
Number line -10 to +10 in one-half increments - assessment graphic
A.
point R
B.
point W
C.
point T
D.
point S

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It's Option A point R

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Sure :)

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Which phrases correctly describe the location of –34 on the number line?
Choose exactly two answers that are correct.
A.
to the right of –21
B.
to the left of –63
C.
to the left of –28
D.
to the right of –35

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Answer is option d and option c.

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How far is point P from point Q?
Number line -10 to +10 - assessment graphic
A.
8 units
B.
7 units
C.
9 units
D.
10 units

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Option B. 7 units.

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What is the perimeter of this rectangular field?
m
Rectangle 93.2 m by 78.6 m

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78.6

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93.2

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Perimeter of rectangle = 2(l+b)
Then Perimeter = 2*93.2+78.6
= 265m

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@nelly9 are you at all interested in learning how to understand math?

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i know

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Knowing is not the same as understanding

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iAnne walked 3.2 kilometers.
How many meters did Anne walk?
A.
320 meters
B.
0.032 meters
C.
3200 meters
D.
0.0032 meters

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how do i work this out

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What do you think? Hint 1 kilometre = ?m

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10 m

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1000 m

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1km = 1000m

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Kilo = 1,000

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Meters iAnne walked = 3.2 * 1000

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Meters iAnne walked = 3200m (3.2*1000)

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thanks

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You see @nelly9 to understand the importance of an idea
you have to ask questions :)

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ii understan dnow

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for the rest i know the answwer i just need to check it

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Which equation could be used to find the perimeter of an isosceles triangle, with two sides 5 inches long, a base 6 inches long and a height of 4 inches?
A.
P = (6 × 4) ÷ 2
B.
P = 2 (5 + 6)
C.
P = 5 + 6 + 4
D.
P = 2 × 5 + 6

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d

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Correct :D

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thanx

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@skullpatrol and you are correct the correct option is d

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The perimeter of a plane figure is the distance around it.

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