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Do you have a guess?
Hello? Any 1?
Do you have a guess?
That would be correct.
:) Can you help me with more?
Maybe, just give me them first and we will see. :)
Translate the word phrase into a math expression. ten less than four times a number A. 10 – 4n B. 4n – 10 C. 4(n – 10) D. 10 < 4n
I think it is B
Correct again. :)
:) I got 5 more
Two opposite sides of a square are increased by 5 cm to form a rectangle. If the rectangle has a perimeter of 70 cm, what was the length of a side of the original square? A. 25 cm B. 10 cm C. 15 cm D. 20 cm
The rectangular floor of a storage building had a length of 25 yards and a perimeter of 90 yards. A construction crew knocked out one wall and extended the length of the floor by 10 yards. What was the area of the new floor? A. 700 yd2 B. 750 yd2 C. 500 yd2 D. 1400 yd2
I think it is 700. @Moofish
Are you just saying Yep or do you actually know these?
This is A SEMESTER TEST I only have 1 chance
I know them, don't worry. You just have to figure it out first before I can just give you the answer.
Jillian has a container with a capacity of 3.5 liters. How many milliliters would the container hold? mL
Do you know how to solve it?
3500 mL yes?
Yes. You don't even need my help, you're doing fantastic. :)
Which phrase correctly orders –6, 5, –17, and 1? A. –6 < –17 < 1 < 5 B. –17 < 1 < –6 < 5 C. –17 < –6 < 1 < 5 D. –17 < –6 < 5 < 1
–17 < –6 < 5 < 1
Nope, pay close attention, I think you misread a number.
-17 < -6 < 5 < 1
-17 < -6 < 1 < 5
Still incorrect, read it again and look closely at every number.
There you go, that last one is correct. :) Sorry, I have to refresh my page after every post.
Evaluate. –228 + 384 + (–189)
:) One more
What is the least common multiple of 70 and 30?
There you go. :)
stay here for a minute plz
I DIDN"T MASTER IT
How man question was there? How many did you get wrong?
your in k12 right i remember doing this in 7th grade. 1. a 2.d 3.c 4a 5.i think d not sure tho
2 is definitely not D.