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crazycookiecat:
0=10x squared 15x
(I know you divide by the GCF:5x. Then I get 2x3. Did I do it wrong because I don't know what to do next.)
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Advantages and disadvantages to Sydney Carton trading places with Darnay in a Tale of Two Cities?
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The area of a square is 222 meters. What number is closest to the length of each side of the square?
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A set of parentheses is missing from the expression below.
255x10+7x3+6
Which of the following expressions has the parentheses in the co…
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Traveling at 65 miles per hour, how many minutes will it take to drive 125 miles to San Diego. *I have to use the picket fence method or my …
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You have $7.25 in pennies and dimes. The number of dimes is 4 less than five times the number of pennies.
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12345678910=?:
Use the figure to complete the sentence.
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A bag of 125 stickers contains 24% azure, 28% pink, 18% lime, and 30% amber stickers. Write a proportion that can be used to find L, the num…
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The shaded part of the rectangular room in the drawing below is to be carpeted. How many square feet of carpet will be required?
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East Junior High had 840 students last year. If there was a 7% increase in enrollment this year, how many students now attend?
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Kathleen has a rectangular storage box with a height of 22 inches, as shown. If she cuts off a 4 inch strip around the top of the box, what …
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If a circle has a radius of 9.2 inches, what is the approximate circumference of the circle? Use 3.14 for pi.
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East Junior High had 840 students last year. If there was a 7% increase in enrollment this year, how many students now attend?
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A gallon of paint covers about 350 square feet. A painter estimates the area to paint by multiplying the combined wall lengths by the height…
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y2=1/3(y+6)
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The perimeter of a rectangle is 32 feet. Find the dimensions of the rectangle if the length is 4 feet longer than three times the width. The…
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(3x+2)+(x+5)+1
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1y+21=y8
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Ok. I need to write 2 equations. They both need a variable on each side of the equal sign. They also need to have either multiplication or d…
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Solve y=7x+8 if the domain is {4,2,0,2}.
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A CD player has a presale price of $c. Kim buys it at a 30% discount and pays 6% sales tax. After a few months, she sells it for $d, which …
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A computer repair company charges a fee and an hourly charge. After two hours the repair bill is $110, and after three hours it is $150. Ho…
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I have the fraction 1/1 after doing the whole m=y2y1/x2x1 thing. Anyway is 1/1 just 1? Because if its any number over 1, I know its itse…
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Find the selling price of this item.
Original cost: $14.95
Markup: 25%
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Figure out the total price.
Original cost: $3.45
Markup: 29%
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crazycookiecat:
Graph the equation using the slope and yintercept.
2x+3y=12
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Graph the equation using the slope and yintercept.
x+y=0
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Graph each equation using the slope and yintercept.
y=x+6
Just making sure, but isn't there like an imaginary 1between the negative sign…
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crazycookiecat:
State the slope and yintercept for this equation.
y=4
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State the slope and yintercept of the equation.
y=2x4
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