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kaiteDID:
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Evaluate this expression.
a = 4, b = 2, c = 8
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kaiteDID:
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Evaluate this expression.
a = 4, b = 2, c = 8
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kaiteDID:
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Evaluate this expression.
15 (3) + 5 2  (5) =
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kaiteDID:
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Evaluate this expression.
16  4 + 2 4   3 =
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kaiteDID:
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Solve the following inequality.
 y + 2  > 6
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kaiteDID:
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Use these directions to complete the following two problems.
Solve the following inequality.
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kassie98:
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Solve this problem in your notebook using all four steps.
Harvey is 3 times as old as Jane. The sum of their ages is 48 years. Find the a…
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kaiteDID:
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided.2( z + 1 )  4(z  4) < 2(z + 5)
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kaiteDID:
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3y + 2 > 5y +8

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kassie98:
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What is the solution set of the given equation?
4y  6y + 9y = 2
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kassie98:
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Which of the following is the solution set of the given equation?
14 + 8m = 14  3m  5m
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kassie98:
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solve for B. A=3 (B+C)
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dydlf:
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5^(x+3)10^(x2)=log_5(1)
HELP PLEASE :(
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kaiteDID:
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided. (Use a mixed number format.) 6(2P  1) > 5P + 2
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kaiteDID:
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided.2(P + 1) > 7 + P
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