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1. (3/4a)^2 = 3/4a^2
2. (5/3c)^2 = 5/3c^2
3. (7/8m)^2 = 7/8m^2 …
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(x^3)(x^2) = x^6
(x^7)(x^10) = x17
(2s^4)(6s^5) = 12s^9…
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y^3+2y^38+2 = 3y^6+10 is this right y^3+2y^38+2 = 3y^6+10 is this right @Mathematics
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6t+4t^26+7t4t^2 = 1t6 is this right
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/48
/48
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(42x)(+2x)=84x .....is this wrong (42x)(+2x)=84x .....is this wrong @Mathematics
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6x/2x
6x/2x
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(6x)^2
(6x)^2
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simplify: 4t  6t
simplify: 4t  6t
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x increased by 5 divided by 4
x increased by 5 divided by 4
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x^23x40 x^23x40 @Mathematics
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2x^2+7x+6 2x^2+7x+6 @Mathematics
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3x^2+10x+3 3x^2+10x+3 @Mathematics
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Trinomial
1. 2x^25x+2…
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Trinomials
1. a^23a+2…
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Trinomials
x^2+7x+10 Trinomials…
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A train traveled 300 miles. How long did the trip take if the train was traveling at a rate of:
Use the d=rt formula …
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The difference between two numbers is 24. Find the numbers if their sum is 88.
The difference between two numbers is 24. Find the n…
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Separate 65 into two parts so that 3 times the larger will be 6 more than 6 times the smaller.
Separate 65 into two parts so that 3 times t…
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Find four consecutive even integers such that twice the sum of the second and third exceeds 3 times the first by 34.
Find four consecutive…
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John is now 3 times as old as his brother Sam. In 5 years, John will be twice as old as Sam will be then. Find their present ages Jo…
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On Wednesday, Harry sold 3 times as many candy bars as on Tuesday. On Thursday, he sold 5 times as many bars as on Wednesday. He so…
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One number is five more than another number and the sum of the two numbers is 55, what are the numbers?
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Twice a number decreased by two is equivalent to than number increased by five
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If two angles are supplementary (sum of the two angles equals 180 degrees), find each angle is one angle is 30 degrees more than twice the …
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b) If you have a rectangular rug whose perimeter is 26 feet and the length is three feet more than the width, what are the dimensions of th…
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a) Five times the difference of a number and two is seven more than that number.
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A rectangular garden has a width that is 8 feet less than twice the length. Fine the dimensions if the perimeter is 20 feet.…
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c). Complementary angles sum up to equal 90 degrees. Find the measure of each angle in the figure below. Note that since the angl…
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Factor
5y^210y^3 = 5y^1
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