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Jim bought 2 packs of batteries from a store. The price of each pack was the same. After he bought the batteries, his account balance showed a change of −$23.94. What would have been the change to Jim's account balance had he only bought 1 pack of batteries from the store? −$21.94 −$11.97 $11.97 $21.94

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  1. anonymous
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    @aryandecoolest

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    b?

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    @ccieux

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    I agree with B. :)

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    ok :)

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    Read the text then answer the question that follows: Wild animals as viewed from a mountain camp—Camille Grant, October 2011 Through my binoculars, I viewed a group of wild animals in action. A pride of lions was sleeping when a small, yellow bus pulled up beside them. Tourists on a safari were packed into the bus like sardines in a can. Armed with cameras, they invaded the lions' territory, hoping to capture the perfect photograph. The crowd leaned out the windows, hooting and hollering, until the lions awoke. When the lions moved away, the bus rolled after them, relentlessly stalking the pride. One of the lions turned and roared to protect the young. This was greeted with cheers and a celebratory honk of the bus horn. The curious visitors observed the lions' routine for an hour before moving on. Leaving a cloud of dust, the bus headed away, taking the wild animals off to disturb someone else's home. Review the following line from the text: Tourists who had paid money for a safari were packed into the bus like sardines in a can. Which statement is true? The sentence features figurative language in the form of a metaphor. The sentence features figurative language in the form of a simile. The sentence features literal language in the form of a metaphor. The sentence features literal language in the form of simile.

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    The sentence features figurative language in the form of a simile.

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    @ccieux can you help me with language arts please? :)

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    Read the text, then answer the question that follows: Wild animals as viewed from a mountain camp—Camille Grant, October 2011 Through my binoculars, I viewed a group of wild animals in action. A pride of lions was sleeping when a small, yellow bus pulled up beside them. Tourists on a safari were packed into the bus like sardines in a can. Armed with cameras, they invaded the lions' territory, hoping to capture the perfect photograph. The crowd leaned out the windows, hooting and hollering, until the lions awoke. When the lions moved away, the bus rolled after them, relentlessly stalking the pride. One of the lions turned and roared to protect the young. This was greeted with cheers and a celebratory honk of the bus horn. The curious visitors observed the lions' routine for an hour before moving on. Leaving a cloud of dust, the bus headed away, taking the wild animals off to disturb someone else's home. Review the following line from the text: Armed with cameras and cell phones, they were invading the lions' territory in hopes of capturing the perfect photograph. The author uses several verbs to describe the tourists' actions. The connotative tone of these verbs implies that the photographers are hunters reporters scientists students

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