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anonymous

  • one year ago

help please with some math questions please :)

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  1. anonymous
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    Can you explain what opposites are and give examples of real world situations?

  2. anonymous
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    nope you said never mind

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    bye

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    @alekos can you help me :)

  5. anonymous
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    opposites in terms of maths might be 2 and -2

  6. anonymous
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    ok i have some more questions :)

  7. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    shoot!

  8. anonymous
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    What is absolute value? Can you solve problems using the absolute value ?

  9. anonymous
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    An absolute value written |-4| is the positive value of this number i.e. 4

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    Can you solve problems using the absolute value ?

  11. anonymous
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    if you are given problems such as is |-4| < 2? then yes, you can solve these problems

  12. anonymous
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    ok next!

  13. anonymous
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    @BPDlkeme234

  14. anonymous
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    ready?

  15. anonymous
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    yes, I am listening!

  16. anonymous
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    okay.. lol :)

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    @BPDlkeme234

  18. anonymous
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    yes, I am here

  19. anonymous
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    Do you have a question?

  20. anonymous
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    yes i have actual problems now :)

  21. anonymous
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    Well, lets hear them, and see if we can solve them!

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    okay!

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    anytime now would be great!

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    lol okay ready! @BPDlkeme234

  25. anonymous
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    What is the sign of the product (−2)(4)(−6)(−3)? Positive, because the products (−2)(4) and (−6)(−3) are negative, and the product of two negative numbers is positive Positive, because the products (−2)(4) and (−6)(−3) are positive, and the product of two positive numbers is positive Negative, because the product (−2)(4) is positive and the product (−6)(−3) is negative, and the product of a positive number and a negative number is negative Negative, because the product (−2)(4) is negative and the product (−6)(−3) is positive, and the product of a negative number and a positive number is a negative number

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    @BPDlkeme234

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