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 Katelyne Willard
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 I am hlmeschooled I am in a 11th grade I am 16
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Evaluate this expression.
15 divide by 3 times (2) +  10  =
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Evaluate this expression.
7(4)   6  +  4  =
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Evaluate this expression.
5  3(2) +  3  =
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided.
 2x + 6  < 16
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct number in the box provided.
 x  1  > 4
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Solve the following equation. Then place the correct numbers in the boxes provided. (Write the answers as improper fractions, with positive …
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Evaluate this expression.
P = 10, R = 4, T = 5
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Evaluate this expression.
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15 +  3   4 =
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A purse contains 21 coins consisting of nickels and dimes. Find the number of coins of each kind if the total value is $1.65.
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The length of a rectangle is 3 times its width. If the length were increased by 2 inches and the width by 1 inch, the new perimeter would be…
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(Round your answer to the hundredths place.)
Al goes 8 mph; Ben goes 20 mph in the opposite direction. How many hours has Ben traveled wh…
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At 10:00 a.m. two planes leave an airport. If the northbound plane flies at 280 mph and the southbound at 320 mph, at what time will they be…
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At 10:00 a.m. two planes leave an airport. If the northbound plane flies at 280 mph and the southbound at 320 mph, at what time will they be…
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A "Local" train leaves a station and runs at an average rate of 35 mph. An hour and a half later an "Express" train leaves the station and t…
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A boy leaves on a bicycle trip at the rate of 8 mph. One hour later the father, realizing that his son forgot his camping gear, sets out by …
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At 10:00 a.m. two planes leave an airport. If the northbound plane flies at 280 mph and the southbound at 320 mph, at what time will they be…
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At 2:00 p.m. two cars start toward each other from towns 240 miles apart. If the rate of one car is 10 mph faster than the other, how fast d…
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Joe is 10 years older than James. In 8 years, twice Joe's age will equal three times James's age. How old is each now?
{James is yrs., J…
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
Joe is 10 years older than James. In 8 years, twice Joe's age will equal three times James's ag…
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
Two years ago a father was four times as old as his son. Three years from now the father will b…
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
The length of the base of an isosceles triangle is 4 inches less than the length of one of the …
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
One of two supplementary angles is five times the other. Find the angles.
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
One of two complementary angles is 4 more than the other. Find the angles.
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
The length of a rectangle is 3 times the width, and the perimeter is 22. Find the dimensions of…
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Correct the dangling partiple in the sentence below by rewriting the sentence so that it communicates clearly.
Rushing to pack the trunk,…
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Wanting a treat that Mother had forbidden, he risked punishment.
This sentence contains a _____.
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In the blank, copy the entire participial phrase. Do NOT include punctuation.
Hiding in the brush, the leopard was not seen by the hunter…
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In the blank, type the correct participle form for the verb given.
hang
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