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What does it mean to call someone a “Benedict Arnold”?
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Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter travelled overseas in 1981 to attend the funeral of what person?
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Prohibition, the legal outlawing of alcoholic beverages, was in effect from 1920 to what year?
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Solve a simple system consisting of a linear equation and a quadratic equation in two variables algebraically and graphically. For example, …
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A lazy dog is a slow pup.
A slopeup is an inclined plane.
An inklined plane is a sheet of writingpaper.
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quation 1
Human = eat + sleep + work + enjoy
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how many licks does it take to get to the center of a tootsie pop
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Wats the derivative of pi^2?
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Wats the derivative of pi^2?
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In the diagram below, what is the measure of ∠1? The diagram is not drawn to scale.
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Line n has an xintercept of 4 negative four and a yintercept of 5. What is the equation of a line parallel to line n that passes through …
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Carlos is designing two storage shelves for his garage. The shelves are to be parallel and 18 inches apart as shown in the diagram below.
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Seth is proving that the sum of the interior angles of a triangle is one hundred eighty degrees. Which statement will be necessary as part o…
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What is the midpoint of the line segment with end points (2,8) and (10,4)?
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Javier writes the following definition of perpendicular lines.
“A pair of perpendicular lines are two lines that intersect at exactly one p…
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Which reason most closely illustrates why the federal government was unable to maintain order in the new nation?
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Why were delegates working to replace the Articles of Confederation?
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Why were delegates working to replace the Articles of Confederation?
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Read the following quotation from George Washington.
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What statement about the Necessary and Proper Clause is accurate?
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Which of these steps is second in the bill process?
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Which of the following could be contracted from airborne germs?
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Compare and contrast the solution of 2x + 8 > 6 and the solution of 2x + 8 < 6.
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Choose the absolute value inequality that corresponds to the given compound inequality.
–5 < x + 2 < 9
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Which absolute value inequality represents the given graph?
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Solve the absolute value equation.
x = –45
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Choose the two equations you would use to solve the absolute value equation below. Then solve the two equations.
x – 4 = 12
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Which numbers are solutions of the equation?
5 – 3x – 3 = 2
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Which values of x will make the absolute value equation true?
x + 1 = 2
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Solve the absolute value equation.
3x = 12
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