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Ck[.]:
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So my physics project for this semester: make a vehicle go 1.5 meters on its own without the use of electricity. Of course, I could use rubb…
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kia_love111:
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Select the point that lies within the solution to the graph of y > –3x + 4.
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bookdweller:
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y is less than or equal to 3/2x 5
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hunterhoff:
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Choose the equation that could be used to find three consecutive integers whose sum is 36.
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Khandi:
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Please help me with my homework i really dont know how to do these its algerbra please explain how to do these because i have slow mind so…
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hannahrena2:
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Can someone please help? Find the answer to
2+x=3+4y solve for x and y. Thanks!
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tacamry:
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Describe how you would graph this line using the slopeintercept method. Be sure to write in complete sentences.
y = 1/3x + 3
–x + 3y = 9…
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tacamry:
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identify the slope and the yintercept of the equation.
y = 1/3x + 3
–x + 3y = 9
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azaiah808:
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Which property is illustrated by the statement?
8 + 3.4 = 3.4 + 8
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A bag contains 10 white golf balls and 6 striped golf balls. A golfer wants to add 112 golf balls to the bag. He wants the ratio of white to…
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Tahmina:
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in Clara's collection, she has dramas and comedies. 40% of the DVDs in her collection are dramas. How many total DVDs are in Clara's collect…
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Ck[.]:
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What are some chemical properties of carbon? I'm having trouble with this because of the allotropes.
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8a11(a2)=8
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3 + a + b = a + 3 + b is an example of which algebraic property?
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Which property would be used first to simplify the following expression?
3(x − 5y + 2) + 4(6x − y − 2)
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claudiavv:
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y = xv /b SHOW WORK PLEASE
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Solve 2x  3 < 11.
x < 7
x<7
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tarachery:
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7(6 2a) = 5( 3a + 1)
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solve
20 + g + g= 14
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selenab:
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Solve 3u  1 > 4.
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6x = 7  4y; x= 2,1, 0 SHOW WORK PLEASE
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claudiavv:
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2y + 7x = 4; x= 5, 10, 15 SHOW WORK PLEASE
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claudiavv:
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4x = 3y  7; x= 4,5,6 SHOW WORK PLEASE
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How do you find percents?
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claudiavv:
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3(m + 1.5) = 1.5(2m + 3) SHOW WORK PLEASE
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claudiavv:
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3d + 4 = 2 + 3d  1/2 SHOW WORK PLEASE
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mathgirl022:
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Use the distributive property to rewrite the expression. (c+3)2
Would this be 6+c?
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claudiavv:
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4  d = (d  4) SHOW WORK PLEASE
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claudiavv:
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2(2k  1) = 4(k2) SHOW WORK PLEASE
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brittbrat213:
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Scott has a jar of quarters and dimes. If there is $4.15 in the jar, and there are 4 dimes, how many quarters are in the jar?
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