Alex_hellokitty<3
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What is the surface area of this threedimensional, symmetrical, capital letter “I” block? Show your work.
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Which most accurately describes the shape of the interior faces of this composite solid?
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How can this threedimensional, symmetrical, capital letter "I" block be broken into pieces so that it results in the smallest number of par…
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10. How does the Constitution spell out the four paths for an amendment? Explain one of the paths.
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9. How much of a majority is required for an amendment to be ratified?
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The conical hat shown here is a traditional sunprotective straw hat originating in eastern Asia. What is the approximate outer surface area…
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What is the approximate length of the lateral surface for the cylinder shown here in net form?
10inches for the diameter
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Canned fruits, vegetables, and soups have labels on the curved surface of the metal container. What is the surface area of the label on this…
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Pies are ordered from the Pizza Palace according to their diameter.
Large:16 inches
Medium:14 inches
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Mr. Trundle used exactly 128 ceramic tiles to cover the floor of a shower. If each tile is a square with 6inch sides, what is the area of t…
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When scientists use cells to produce an identical creature it is known as ?
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Which of the following is not a good approximation?
22.5 grams = 0.05 pounds
30 cups = 6,900 milliliters
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How many decigrams are in 100 dekagrams?
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If a claimant has a genotype of Ww can they be a possible heir Explain why or why not ?
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2. Based on the parent’s genotype for earlobes can you eliminate any of the people claiming to be the heir? Explain why or why not.
(The pa…
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Triangle XYZ has vertices X(0,1) Y(6,3) Z(2,5) . Match each transformation with the vertices that result after the transformation is appl…
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