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  • one year ago

What is the coordinate of point P? A. 4.1 B. 4.2 C. 4.4 D. 4.5

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  1. anonymous
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    Post the image please?

  2. anonymous
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    What's the answer to D? and are you able to screenshot it? or save it as an image file? It's kind of hard to understand...

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    As I'm unable to see what's fully being said in the problem with the drawing you did..

  4. anonymous
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    A

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    A medal would be nice

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    you welcome

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    no

  8. anonymous
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    A.

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    Can the values be added or subtracted? If one value needs to be converted to another, describe the conversion. 6.5 yd + 32 in. A. The values cannot be added because one is measuring area and the other is measuring length. B. The values can be added after making a conversion of units because they both measure length. C. The values can be added without making a conversion of units because they both measure length. D. The values cannot be added because one is measuring capacity and the other is measuring length.

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