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Find the Length of the missing side
drawing below
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Find the area of the parallelogram
60 cm2
160cm2
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 updated 7 months ago
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Find the surface area of the sphere to the nearest square units (attachment)
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Jeremy is building a model of a square pyramid for a class project. The side length of a square base is 12 inches and at the slant of the p…
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Laura is completing a craft project that involves covering only the lateral surface of a cylindrical container with fabric. The cylinder has…
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Who constructed the Erie Canal?
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 updated 8 months ago
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If M<4 = (5x = 2*) and M<8 + (X + 50)
what is the measure of <4?
 updated 8 months ago
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Find the measure of <AED for m <BEC = 81
 updated 8 months ago
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In the figure AB  CD find the measure of <GEB
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 updated 9 months ago
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Find the measure of <AEB for M <BEC =128
 updated 9 months ago
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Roger attends a local carnival, he spends $8.75 on food and $1.25 for each ride, he uses $15.00 all together.
A.Write an equation to repres…
 updated 9 months ago
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Elise and Miguel both collect baseball cards, miguel has two more than two times as many as Elise, together they have 971 cards. Write an eq…
 updated 10 months ago
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P + 5  mn / 2 for m = 2 . = 4 and p = 1
RESPOND FAST CAUSE I HAVE TO GO SOMEWHERE! :P
 updated one year ago
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Your job pays $8 per hour. Write a variable expression for your pay in dollars for working h hours. What is your pay if you work 36 hours?
 updated one year ago
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a/ 4 for a = 33
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 updated one year ago
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Please help! I'll give you a medal if you solve! :) <3
Evaluate the expression: 84+ 3h for h = 2
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 updated one year ago
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Describe how you would estimate the square root of a number that is not a perfect square without using a calculator. (2 points)
 updated one year ago
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20% of what number is 47? (1 point)
236.5
235
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 updated one year ago
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5 2/5 write the fraction as a percent.
 updated one year ago
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write the fraction as a percent
9/15
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 updated one year ago
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108 is 36% of what number? Write and solve a proportion to solve the problem. (4 points)
This is an explanation so PLEASE if you write the…
 updated one year ago
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Ben bought a desk for $249.99. The sales tax rate was 6.25%. How much did Ben pay for the desk? Round your answer to the nearest cent. (1 p…
 updated one year ago
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Find the commission on a $1,250 sale with a commission rate of 5%. (1 point)
$62.50
$6.25
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 updated one year ago
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What percent of 94 is 23? (1 point)
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What number is 73% of 215? (1 point)
 updated one year ago
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65% of 80 is what number? (1 point)
25
52
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 updated one year ago
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What percent of 250 is 70? (1 point)
3.6%
18%
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What percent of 26 is 4?
I will give medal (:
 updated one year ago
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86 is 45% of what number? (1 point)
 updated one year ago
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Order the numbers 0.64, 2/3 , 65%, and 7/10 from least to greatest. (3 points)
 updated one year ago
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