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i need help FAST Which number line represents all of the values of x for the equation x2 = 16? A number line is shown from negative 10 to 0 to positive 10. There are increments of 2 on the number line, and all these are increments are labeled. A dot is shown on positive 4 and is labeled as p. A number line is shown from negative 10 to 0 to positive 10. There are increments of 2 on the number line, and all these are increments are labeled. A dot is shown on positive 8 and is labeled as p. A number line is shown from negative 10 to 0 to positive 10. There are increments of 2 on th

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    please explain how to do it.

  3. anonymous
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    @sammixboo @Abhisar @toxicsugar22 @phi @ganeshie8 @charmingcherry @THEHELPER123 @dan815 @Hero

  4. anonymous
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    please someone hellp

  5. anonymous
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    B? i think

  6. anonymous
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    you have to show the math

  7. anonymous
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    ok

  8. anonymous
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    4 to the 2nd power is like 4*4=16

  9. anonymous
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    ok but A is wrong

  10. anonymous
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    it said x to the 2nd power but if u put 4 it is 16

  11. anonymous
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    yea A is

  12. anonymous
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    which answer do u think it is?

  13. anonymous
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    A is wrong cos i put that answer and it was wrong

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    @phi

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    @AsoundofHeaven

  16. anonymous
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    I think its b

  17. anonymous
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    you have to show the math.

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    @rishavraj

  19. anonymous
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    oh

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    im here!!

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    god lord thank you

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    hero here to saved the day!! *arrives in pink Cape*

  23. anonymous
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    help

  24. anonymous
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    that is A cause A resemble a x value so you plug in the x so 4 is x to the power of 2 = 16 so 4 times 4 is 16

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    Oh i see why cause i forgot that -4 can actually ending up postive 16 so -4^2 is 16 so -4 times -4 is postive 16

  27. anonymous
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    So it C :)

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    OMG U ARE A GENIOUS

  29. anonymous
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    thanks i been told XD ᕦ( ͡°╭͜ʖ╮͡° )ᕤ

  30. anonymous
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    ready for the next one i got wrong from yesterday?

  31. anonymous
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    sure ;)

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    What is the value of the expression All of 2.6 multiplied by 10 to the power 9 over all of 1.3 multiplied by 10 to the power 2? 1.3 × 107 2.0 × 107 1.3 × 1011 2.0 × 1011 Points earned on this question: 0

  33. anonymous
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    A is wrong

  34. anonymous
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    also have to show your math

  35. anonymous
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    okay when ever you add the scientfic notation you add 9 and 2 power so it totals up ro 10^11 but when you add a scientific nototation you need to subtract the main equation so 2.6 mius 1.3 is 1.3 x10^11

  36. anonymous
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    ok hold up let me write that down

  37. anonymous
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    just show me the math dont do words, THE MATH

  38. anonymous
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    kk 10^9 plus 10^2 equal 10^11 and 2.6 muis 1.3 equal 1.3 so it equals to 1.3 x 10^11

  39. anonymous
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    what is muis?

  40. anonymous
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    -

  41. anonymous
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    ok next one

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    The amounts of food waste generated in a region during two years were 37,500,000 tons and 30,400,000 tons. What was the total food waste generated over these two years in the region, expressed in scientific notation? 67.9 ⋅ 1014 tons 6.79 ⋅ 107 tons 67.9 ⋅ 107 tons 6.79 ⋅ 1014 tons Points earned on this question: 0

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    D is wrong

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    @AsoundofHeaven

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    there, i helped her.

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    will you help meh?

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    @AsoundofHeaven

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    omg @AsoundofHeaven

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    *arrives in pink cape* here i am

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    lol

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    Tht would be A cause you need to turn them into decimals so 37.5 plus 30.4 is 67.9 and you need to count how many digit that each has so 30,400,000 has 7 and same on 37,500,000 has 7 so 7 plus 7 is it 67.9 x10^14

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    ok

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    There are (36)2 ⋅ 30 candies in a store. What is the total number of candies in the store? 33 34 38 312 Points earned on this question: 0

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    its not C

  55. anonymous
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    it is D cause (3^6)^2 means that 6 and 2 need to be times so 3^12 and 3^0 means one by default so D ;)

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    Which expression is equivalent to 32 ⋅ 3−5? fraction 1 over 3 to the power 3 fraction 1 over 3 to the power 7 fraction 1 over 3 to the power negative 3 fraction 1 over 3 to the power negative 7 Points earned on this question: 0

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    did u die?

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