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  • one year ago

PLease please help with this question. I'm stuck on it ~0~ In the numerical sentence below, A = 8, D = 1/2, and F = 1/4. What are the values B, C, and E if the sentence below is equivalent to the numerical sentence, 2 × 4 = 8? B = C = E =

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    In quondam days, sequestered from the trivialities of concomitant, prevailing culture, resided a youth for whom mirth was sorely lacking in his daily routine. In truth, the youth named Jack suffered from such an extremity of disconsolation that the gracious expression of even the slightest smirk never once surfaced on his visage. The kith and kin with whom he shared his abode felt distracted by his despondency, and they endeavored in vain to bring him even a moment of felicity.

  2. anonymous
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    thats great and all but it didnt really answer my question..

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