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  • one year ago

Ok, if i dont go from 13.4 percent to 60 percent by thursday, i fail, will someone help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  1. anonymous
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    good gosh

  2. anonymous
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    *puts in ammo* BOOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. anonymous
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    for what class is this flvs

  4. anonymous
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    no, edgenuity.com

  5. anonymous
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    how did you even get a 13.4, what math are you in

  6. anonymous
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    no, im 13.4 percent done with the course, my grade is a b

  7. anonymous
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    oh alright i was about to say, so what do you need help in

  8. anonymous
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    math

  9. anonymous
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    what math are you taking

  10. anonymous
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    ???

  11. anonymous
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    hard math?

  12. anonymous
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    what grade are you in

  13. anonymous
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    6th, this isnt the first time i failed

  14. anonymous
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    see no-one really cares the majority arlready left

  15. anonymous
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    im wasting time right now

  16. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    :(

  17. anonymous
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    kill me

  18. anonymous
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    IS ANYONE EVEN LISTENING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. anonymous
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    you even haven't gave us a question to help you on

  20. anonymous
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    and if you have equations and stuff like that go to mathway.com that helps me alot

  21. anonymous
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    IVE TRIED IT IT SUCKS

  22. anonymous
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    KILL ME ALREADY

  23. anonymous
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    well post questions and we might be able to help you, its been awhile since 6th grade math but i can try

  24. anonymous
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    Mrs. Perez is buying a refrigerator for $1368.25, which includes taxes and delivery charges. She pays $497.80 in cash and will write a check for the balance. For how much should she write the check? $870.35 $870.45 $971.45 $1866.05

  25. anonymous
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    I told you that answer its b

  26. anonymous
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    my comp froze earlier so idint get it

  27. anonymous
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    thank you...

  28. anonymous
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    all you do is divide $1368.25 by $497.80 and get b your welcom

  29. anonymous
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    here is another one

  30. anonymous
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    Which number is composite? 19 23 33 37

  31. anonymous
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    b

  32. anonymous
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    thx

  33. anonymous
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    Carlotta drove 72.6 miles on Monday. She drove 84.18 miles on Tuesday. Which gives the best estimate for how many more miles Carlotta drove on Tuesday? 84 – 73 = 11 miles 73 – 84 = 11 miles 85 – 72 = 13 miles 84 – 71 = 13 miles

  34. anonymous
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    b

  35. anonymous
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    is b the answer for all of them/? lol

  36. anonymous
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    yes need explanation for the last one

  37. anonymous
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    its weird that all of them so far are b, lol

  38. anonymous
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    Harshini rode her bicycle 13.76 kilometers on Monday, 9.8 kilometers on Wednesday, and 16.415 kilometers on Friday. She used the addition below to determine the total distance she rode over the three days.

  39. anonymous
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    you round 72.6 to 73 and 84.16 stays 84, and so 84-73=11

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  41. anonymous
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    where is the rest of the question

  42. anonymous
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    Which method determines whether her answer is reasonable? Remove the decimal points and add 137 + 98 + 16415 = 17,889; since 17,889 is not close to 39.975, her answer is not reasonable. Round all the numbers to 20; since 20 + 20 + 20 = 60 and 60 is not close to 39.975, her answer is not reasonable. Round all the numbers to 10; since 10 + 10 + 10 = 30 and 30 is close to 39.975, her answer is reasonable. Round 13.76 to 14, round 9.8 to 10, and round 16.415 to 16; since 14 + 10 + 16 = 40 and 40 is close to 39.975, her answer is reasonable.

  43. anonymous
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    @hershey21

  44. anonymous
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    the last one sorry

  45. anonymous
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    thx

  46. anonymous
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    Which number is prime? 49 51 53 55

  47. anonymous
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    53

  48. anonymous
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    thx

  49. anonymous
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    What is the prime factorization of 84?

  50. anonymous
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  53. anonymous
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    Which number is composite? 19 23<------its no this one sorry made a mistake on this one only 33 37<-------answer

  54. anonymous
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  55. anonymous
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    those are the answer choices

  56. anonymous
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    its 2^2x3x7

  57. anonymous
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    thx

  58. anonymous
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    heres another

  59. anonymous
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    Kia thinks that every number has at least two factors. Which explains whether Kia is correct? Kia is correct because prime numbers have two factors and composite numbers have more than two factors. Kia is correct because composite numbers have two factors and prime numbers have more than two factors. Kia is incorrect because prime numbers do not have any factors. Kia is incorrect because the only factor of 1 is 1.

  60. anonymous
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    its A

  61. anonymous
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    I have to go sorry

  62. anonymous
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    thsi was wrong

  63. anonymous
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    Mr. Atlas, the weatherman, reports that the temperature at 6 a.m. was 44.65 degrees and the temperature at 10 a.m. is 52.14 degrees. Which is the best estimate of the number of degrees that the temperature has risen? 7 7.49 8 8.49

  64. anonymous
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    u said d and it was a

  65. anonymous
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    this one too

  66. anonymous
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    Which number is composite? 19 23 33 37

  67. anonymous
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    is was c not d

  68. anonymous
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    plus this

  69. anonymous
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    Carlotta drove 72.6 miles on Monday. She drove 84.18 miles on Tuesday. Which gives the best estimate for how many more miles Carlotta drove on Tuesday? 84 – 73 = 11 miles 73 – 84 = 11 miles 85 – 72 = 13 miles 84 – 71 = 13 miles

  70. anonymous
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    @marihelenh you there?

  71. anonymous
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    that last one was a not b

  72. marihelenh
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    What? Oh sorry, I was busy with other stuff. What do you need help with?

  73. anonymous
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    and this one was d not a

  74. anonymous
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    Kia thinks that every number has at least two factors. Which explains whether Kia is correct? Kia is correct because prime numbers have two factors and composite numbers have more than two factors. Kia is correct because composite numbers have two factors and prime numbers have more than two factors. Kia is incorrect because prime numbers do not have any factors. Kia is incorrect because the only factor of 1 is 1.

  75. marihelenh
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    What question do you need help with?

  76. anonymous
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    well i already faled the test review, goo thing it didnt count

  77. marihelenh
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    Oh jeez, I'm sorry to hear that. Were these all questions on it that other people helped you with?

  78. anonymous
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    yes, five of them were incorrect

  79. anonymous
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    out of twelve

  80. anonymous
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    kill me, please @marihelenh

  81. marihelenh
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    Oh no, no, no. There is no need for that. I'm looking through these and I feel like I would have gotten them correct.

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    ...

  83. anonymous
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    -.-, no-one really cares about a teenagers problems

  84. anonymous
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    @e.mccormick

  85. anonymous
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    ive basiclly already failed, why do i bother

  86. anonymous
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    @marihelenh

  87. marihelenh
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    Teenager problems? I happen to still be a teen, and I know what you're going through, although I didn't have Open Study to help me. I went through the previous questions and who was ever helping had no clue what they were doing. Of the questions you had on here, I already found at least 4 or 5 incorrect answers.

  88. anonymous
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    5

  89. marihelenh
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    Is there any questions you need me to help you with?

  90. anonymous
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    sure

  91. anonymous
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    ok, this is a topic test, so i have 2 hours to finish 25 problems

  92. marihelenh
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    First, what topic? And is it a pdf or anything?

  93. anonymous
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    idk its math, like prime numbers and the stuff i just asked

  94. marihelenh
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    Can we start it in like 5 minutes? That way I can get my stuff handled so I don't break right in the middle?

  95. anonymous
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    ok

  96. marihelenh
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    Alright, let's do this.

  97. anonymous
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    ok...

  98. marihelenh
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    What?

  99. anonymous
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    nothing

  100. anonymous
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    ok, Which number should replace the ç to make the subtraction problem correct? 9.866 - 7.97ç 1.889 3 6 7 8

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    u there?

  102. marihelenh
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    7

  103. anonymous
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    thx

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    Pablo drove 23.1 miles to his aunt’s house, then drove 19.24 miles to his friend’s house. Which estimate can Pablo use to determine the distance he drove altogether? 2 + 19 = 21 miles 23 + 19 = 42 miles 23 + 192 = 215 miles 231 + 1924 = 2155 miles

  105. marihelenh
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    B

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    The factor tree below provides the factors of 18.

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    What is the prime factorization of 18?

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    C

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    Mr. Yan is competing in a local biathlon, a race which consists of a biking and a running event. The race is a total distance of 11.42 miles. If the biking event is 8.7 miles, what is the distance of the running event? 2.72 miles 3.35 miles 10.55 miles 20.12 miles

  115. marihelenh
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    A

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    @marihelenh

  117. marihelenh
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    What? I said it was A, 2.72 miles.

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    Naeem weighs different salad takeout containers. The containers respectively weigh 4.5 ounces, 5.01 ounces, 5.3 ounces, 4.75 ounces, and 4.9 ounces. Which is the best whole number estimate of how much all the containers weigh together? 22 ounces 24.46 ounces 24.5 ounces 25 ounces

  119. marihelenh
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    It should be D.

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    Which number is a factor of 51? 7 11 17 26

  121. marihelenh
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    17

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    Which list shows all the factors of 18? 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 9, 18 1, 2, 3, 6, 9, 18 2, 3, 4, 6, 9 2, 3, 6, 9

  123. marihelenh
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    B

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    A pair of jeans has a price tag marked $50. The store is having a one-day sale in which everything in the store is $22.22. How much money does a customer save on jeans if the customer pays the sale price instead of the price marked on the tag? $21.72 $27.78 $28.22 $38.88

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    B

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    Jared needs 2.4 micrograms of vitamin B-12 each day. Today, Jared drank a serving of milk containing 0.44 micrograms of B-12 and ate a lamb chop containing 1.224 micrograms of B-12. Which method can Jared use to find the number of micrograms of vitamin B-12 he still needs? Subtract 1.224 – 0.44 = 1.18, then subtract 2.4 – 1.18. Subtract 1.224 – 0.44 = 0.784, then subtract 2.4 – 0.784. Subtract 2.4 – 0.44 = 2.356, then subtract 2.356 – 1.224. Subtract 2.4 – 0.44 = 1.96, then subtract 1.96 – 1.224.

  127. anonymous
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    fan me

  128. marihelenh
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    That one should be D. Why do you want me to fan you?

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    so i know when your online and see if u can help me

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    You fan me for that. If you are looking for my help and want to know when I'm on, then you fan me.

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    oh

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    i got it

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    Each member of a four-member relay team ran 100 meters during the relay. The time, in seconds, for each member is shown below. 13.9 s, 12.85 s, 14.82 s, 12.74 s Which expression finds the total time for the relay team?

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    13.9 + 12.85 + 14.82 + 12.74 13.9 + 12.85 + 14.82 + 12.74 + 100

  137. marihelenh
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    C.

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    What is the sum of the first four composite numbers? 19 20 27 28

  139. marihelenh
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    27

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    Robyn opened a bank account to save her birthday money. It was paying 3.75% interest. Then the interest rate went up by 0.65%. How much is her new interest rate? 3.10% 4.30% 4.40% 10.25%

  141. marihelenh
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    4.4

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    you mean 4.40?

  143. marihelenh
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    Yes.

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    ok

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    Perimeter is a measure of the distance around a figure. If each side of a triangle measures 0.75 inches, what is the perimeter of the triangle? 0.8325 inches 2.25 inches 15 inches 22.5 inches

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    Rathan thinks all factors of even numbers are even. Which explains whether Rathan is correct? He is correct because the product of 2 and any number is even. He is correct because the product of two even numbers is even. He is incorrect because the product of an even number and an odd number is even. He is incorrect because the product of two odd numbers is odd.

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    The picture below shows Annie and her younger brother Tommy’s money. They want to combine their money to buy something together. How much do they have in all?

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    $4.81 $5.14 $5.47 $8.44

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    brb

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    back

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    What is the sum of the first five prime numbers? 18 26 28 39

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    Ming made a triangular picture frame out of cardboard. The sides of the frame are 6.75 in., 6.75 in., and 8.375 in. Ming uses the addition below to determine the amount of string she needs to decorate the edges of the frame.

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    Which explains Ming’s error? She should have included the decimal in 6.75 and aligned the decimal points to add 6.750 + 6.750 + 8.375 = 21.875. She forgot to put the decimal point in two of the numbers: 0.675 + 0.675 + 8.375 = 9.725.. She added 6.75 twice, and she should have only added it once: 6.75 + 8.375 = 15.125. She should have placed a zero placeholder after the decimal point to add 6.075 + 6.075 + 8.375 = 20.525.

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    Trayvon recorded the number of minutes he spent practicing each swimming event over three days. He recorded his times in the table below. Trayvon’s Swim Practice Times Monday Wednesday Friday Backstroke 12.5 min 15.67 min 9.32 min Butterfly 14.333 min 12.1 min 10.78 min Which statement explains how to find the event Trayvon spent more time practicing? Compare the sum 12.50 + 15.67 + 9.32 = 37.49 to the sum 14.333 + 12.100 + 10.780 = 37.213; he spent more time practicing the backstroke than the butterfly. Compare the sum 12.05 + 15.67 + 9.32 = 37.04 to the sum 14.333 + 12.001 + 10.078 = 36.412; he spent more time practicing the backstroke than the butterfly. Compare the sum 12.500 + 14.333 = 26.833 to the sum 15.67 + 12.10 = 27.77 and to the sum 9.32 + 10.78 = 20.1; he spent more time practicing on Wednesday than on the other days. Compare the sum 12.005 + 14.333 = 26.338 to the sum 15.67 + 12.01 = 27.68 and to the sum 9.32 + 10.78 = 20.1; he spent more time practicing on Wednesday than on the other days.

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    @marihelenh

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    The height of Maury’s room is 8.4 feet from the floor to the ceiling. Maury wants to install a ceiling fan that hangs 1.875 feet below the ceiling. If Maury is 6.6 feet tall, which explains whether Maury’s head will hit the fan? Maury’s head will hit the fan because there are 6.525 feet between the floor and the fan, and 6.525 is less than 6.6. Maury’s head will not hit the fan because there are 6.525 feet between the floor and the fan, and 6.525 is less than 6.6. Maury’s head will hit the fan because there are 6.675 feet between the floor and the fan, and 6.675 is less than 6.6. Maury’s head will not hit the fan because there are 6.675 feet between the floor and the fan, and 6.675 is less than 6.6.

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    did i mention how awesome you are?

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    Which choice correctly shows rounding to the hundredths place? 4.234 + 4.752 + 7.99 > 4.2 + 4.8 + 8.0 3.825 + 4.792 + 3.0805 > 3.82 + 4.79 + 3.82 3.824 + 4.765 + 1.732 > 3.81 + 4.77 + 3.80 3.8765 + 4.824 + 1.733 > 3.88 + 4.82 + 1.73

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    In the 1960s, the average price for an ear of corn was 4.17 cents. In the 1980s, the average price went up to 9.83 cents. How much did the average price go up? 4.97 cents 5.66 cents 7 cents 14 cents

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    What is the distance between A and B on the number line below?

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    0.55 0.65 2.48 4.85

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    Chelsea recorded in the table below the number of minutes she spent practicing her basketball skills. Chelsea’s Basketball Practice Times Monday Wednesday Friday Dribbling 15.35 min 12.6 min 14.125 min Shooting 24.666 min 30.05 min 22.9 min How much longer did Chelsea spend practicing her shooting on Wednesday than she spent practicing her dribbling on Wednesday? 17.45 min 17.99 min 28.45 min 42.65 min

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    OMG OMG OMG OMG OMG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    YOU ARE AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    @marihelenh IS GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    What!! What happened? Was that all the questions?

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    LOL, I GOT A 100%, THATS GREAT!!!!!!!!!

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    Haha Congrats!

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    and you answered all 25 of them

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    No, congrats for you, you answered them

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    your a math wiz

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    You answered that one before I finished it. What grade did you say you were?

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    6th

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    no, you did answer them

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    I kinda enjoyed doing this math again. It was nice and simple for me. Trust me, it gets easier.

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    @marihelenh, now instead of 13.4 im at 15.1, awesome

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    thx

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    @marihelenh, wanna do some more?

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