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boomerang285:
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please help me with this square root problem...
 updated one year ago
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Ryan06202011:
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Find the length of the hypotenuse of a 45° 45°90° triangle with a leg of 8.
A. 4(sq root)2
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DamnImBad:
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Bill Wants To Use A Computer At Work To Do His Budget Statement. He Knows That 5 Of The Computers Do Not Work, 7 Have A Virus, And 2 Work.…
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Shiloe:
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The complete list of the proper factors are 1,2,3,4,6,7,12,14,21,28,42,49,84,98,147,196,294Wht is the number? How do I find it?
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sarahlikewoe:
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2. Forrest Lumber uses the function
S(t) = 105t + 840
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BillyBobJoe:
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Suppose you are trying to find the height of a triangle given the area and the length of the base. Rewrite the area formula below to solve f…
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littlepixie99:
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Why did the policy of communism never flourish in Western Europe as it did in Eastern Europe and Asia in the 1900's?
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BillyBobJoe:
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Solve the equation:
5 over 13 t = –9
Please explain how?
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amyg:
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suppose there are 8 roads connecting town A to town B and 5 roads connecting town B to town C. In how many ways can a person travel from A t…
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sarahlikewoe:
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9. The Bedrock water department has a monthly service charge of $11.90 and a volume charge of $1.61 for every 100 cubic feet of water. Which…
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kcute_face_bhunnie_:
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Jon and Lexi are playing a marble game. According to their rules, 4 points are awarded for each red marble collected and 7 points are awarde…
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kcute_face_bhunnie_:
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Evaluate the following expression using the values given.
Find 4x  2y  z, if x = 2, y = 3, and z = 6
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kcute_face_bhunnie_:
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Simplify the following expression.
2x  10y + 3x2 + 7y  10x
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Callumsteven:
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how do you work out 216^1/3
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BrennaM:
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28 divided by 1/4
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sarahlikewoe:
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7. Metropolis Gas and Power charges their customers a monthly service charge of $11.10 and a volume charge of $1.98 for every 100 cubic fe…
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amyg:
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a musician plans to perform 4 selections. In how many ways can she arrange the musical selections?
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shrinifores:
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I have had this doubt in my mind for so much time and din't know where to get clarified. Please help if you know the answer.
What happens…
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sarahlikewoe:
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5. Carson is a salesman at an insurance company. He receives a monthly salary of $1,018.00 and a $243.00 commission on each policy he sells.…
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staceyyyy1:
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simplify the exression
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BrennaM:
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7 + (3)x + 5 + (6)x
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kaiteDID:
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Use the three steps to solve the problem.
One number is 10 times as large as another, and their difference is 81. Find the numbers.
 updated one year ago
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dmezzullo:
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Peter's age can be described as 2 more than 3 times his son's age. If his son's age is represented by the variable "s", write the algebraic …
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sarahlikewoe:
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10. When Carl was helping his father take dishes out of the dishwasher, he accidentally dropped two of them, and they broke. There were 41 d…
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sarahlikewoe:
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A company has fixed operating costs of $1,977.00 per month with a production cost of $13.37 per unit. If each unit brings $28.63 in revenue,…
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NENA458:
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The angle of elevation of a ladder leaning against a wall is 72 degree. If the ladder is 20 feet long, how far is the base of the ladder fro…
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countrygirl4life312:
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Solve. ≥ 12
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dmezzullo:
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Which phrase matches the algebraic expression below?
2(x + 7) + 10
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jslopez:
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Simplify: (x2)/x^38
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rhondaycole:
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Sara decides to take her 8 year old daughter to the movies. The price for the adult ticket is 2 dollars more than the price for the child's …
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