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help. just need someone to check. fan and medal

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  1. anonymous
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    ok

  2. anonymous
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    47 im stuck, but is 48 right? and maybe help with 49 if u can see the question.

  3. anonymous
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    47 is the first one

  4. anonymous
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    i think

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    The first one is A

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    The second one is...

  7. anonymous
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    The answer is A, because if you square 5, (so, 2x-7 >= 25), then add 7 to both sides, you get 2x >= 32. Now you need to find a number which will result in 2x always being 32 or greater

  8. anonymous
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    So do 32/2, which is 16 and your answer is x >= 16

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    is 48 right

  10. anonymous
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    The second one is correct, because linear equations are (correct me if I'm wrong) always consisting of direct variation

  11. anonymous
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    ok nevermind I was going to help but it looks like @xep is just going to keep telling you the answer before I could, so...

  12. anonymous
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    and can u see 49? bc im confussed on that one too.

  13. anonymous
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    I haven't done variation in forever, so I'm not sure. Might help to show the answers too

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    new post

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