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Quick "friction" question I guess?
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I have some aerodynamic, hydrodynamic, and friction question in general.
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I have some aerodynamic, hydrodynamic, and friction question in general.
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If Rockwall is 0.42 of the county, and the city of health is 1/10 of that, what fraction of Health's population is part of the county?
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In our textbook it said. "Write each rational # as a fraction. Ex: write 5 2/3 as 17/3." Isn't 5 2/3 already a fraction?
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"A mixed # such as 3 1/2 is the sum of a whole # and a fraction. Mixed #s can also be written as decimals." Says my textbook. So is a decima…
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What's the difference between a multiplicative inverse and a reciprocal?
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More questions on prealgebra? I am studying for a test.
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Could somebody please help me study for a prealgebra test? I have some questions.
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Quadrilateral ABDC is a trapezoid parallel to CD. We know AB=20 and CD=12. What is the ratio of the area of triangle ACB to the area of the …
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A cylindrical glass is half full of lemonade. The ratio of lemon juice to water in the lemonade is 1:11. If the glass is 6 inches tall and h…
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I have a question and I think I've worked out the formula. 16.66 divided by 24.99 = x divided by 100. How do I solve this easily?
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Please HELP. (You don't have to answer it for me.)
Three faces of a right rectangular prism have areas of 48, 49, and 50 square units. What…
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Please somebody help me! "Given that the diagonals of a rhombus are always perpendicular bisectors of each other what is the area of a rhom…
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Hello! Could somebody please help me with this: Given that the diagonals of a rhombus are always perpendicular bisectors of each other, wha…
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