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ChinaGurl:
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TRUE OR FALSE. As a fraction in its simplest form, the ratio 15 to 20 is 3/4.
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ChinaGurl:
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Write the rate as a unit rate.
12 cents for 3 marbles
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isabella_23:
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write y=x4 in standerd form?
 updated 2 years ago
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bunnybee:
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can someone help me factor:
12x^228x+24?
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ChinaGurl:
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TRR OR FALSE 7(x+2) – 4(x3) simplifies to 11x + 5
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alca233:
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Use the method of elimination to solve the system of linear equations. x+y=9 xy=9
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sidmanfu:
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Ross has twentyone hammers in his toolbox. Twothirds of them are broken. How many hammers are broken?
 updated 2 years ago
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chemmaj88:
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differentiate the functions n find the slope of the tang. line at the given value, f(x)=x+(9/x), x=3, how would i set this up? f(x+h)f(x)…
 updated 2 years ago
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meganluvcolin:
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What is the factored form of 3x² + 21x – 24?
3(x + 8)(x – 1)
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bob_s.:
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determine if the number is written in scientific notation. If not, explain.5.1 × 10^–8
a)Yes; the number is written in scientific notat…
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bob_s.:
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determine if the number is written in scientific notation. If not, explain. 4.8 × 100^7
1.No; it is not written as a number times a pow…
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SilentAssasin:
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Any one Can give me Links related to Signal Analysis
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dipankarstudy:
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Any electronics and Telecommunication engineer here??
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ladan:
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plz answer this
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rocky42:
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what is the difference between elment and compund?
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dennismuendo:
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What mass of CO2 is needed to fill an 80.0 L tank to a pressure of 150.0 atm at 27.0°C?
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dennismuendo:
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At what temperature does 16.3 g of nitrogen gas have a pressure of 1.25atm in a 25.0 L
tank?
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utkFRESH:
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Does anyone know how to find 0 routes on a graphing calculator?
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vane1013:
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The sum of two consecutive odd integers is 180. Find the two integers
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ahse1989:
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what is the solution to Summation (4+3(j1))
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Z11:
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A simple economy consists of three industries: agriculture, manifacturing and services.
The inputoutput matrix associated with this econo…
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gd0x:
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find two positive numbers whose difference equals 8 and whose product equals 6.
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mathfailer101:
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i am a algebra student who needs help with percents
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Mattwatson08:
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8<2x4<8
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Mattwatson08:
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Solve for y: 3x  2y = 8
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Mattwatson08:
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Solve 8b1< or equal to 9b+17
a.b>or equal to 18
b.b> or equal to 18
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Mattwatson08:
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Solve 5(21/2)=4(1/4x1)
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rachna:
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Determine if (y=tan x + sec x) has any maximums or minimums for pi/2 < x < pi/2 and justify your answer.
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liizzyliizz:
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Can someone clarify Instantaneous rate of change? Please :)
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anakaren:
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15/22 x 4/9 = ?
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