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EmmaCahoon:
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Easy question? I keep changing the signs wrong so I need help. f(x)=(x)^4(x)^3+7(x)^29(x)18. The original equation was x^4x^3+7x^2…
 updated 11 months ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Simple question, I just want to check and make sure I did this right because I feel like it was too easy. I had to simplify x^33(x)^216(…
 updated 11 months ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Explain to me how to do this? (sqrt x+2)+4=x
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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How long should a PreAP English essay be?
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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How long should a PreAP English essay be?
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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How long should an essay for PreAP English be? I assumed around 23 pages, but I'm not sure. It is a summer homework assignment on Snow Fal…
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Can you help me solve this? I'm not quite sure how to do it. I have two equations:
n+q=9
(0.05)n+(0.25)q=1.05
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Two point charges each carrying a charge of + 4.5 E  6 C are located 4.5 meters away from each other. How strong is the electrostatic force…
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Two point charges each carrying a charge of + 4.5 E  6 C are located 4.5 meters away from each other. How strong is the electrostatic force…
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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What is the ratio of surface area and volume of figure one (1 inch, 2 inch) and figure 2 (2 inch, 6 inch)?
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Which of the following BEST explains the difference between the U.S. exclave of Alaska and the Azerbaijan exclave of Naxican?
I. Alaska is…
 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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Calculate the Latent Heat of Vaporization.
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 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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The boiling point of the crystalline mass is
50 degrees Celsius.
200 degrees Celsius.
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 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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The boiling point of the crystalline mass is
50 degrees Celsius.
200 degrees Celsius.
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 updated one year ago
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EmmaCahoon:
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what is 10 sqrt3/5 sqrt3?
 updated one year ago
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