mitosuki
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Justin
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I'm Justin, I'm 17 years old, and I love music and art, such as drawing, I play guitar, piano, drums and learning the violin. Not your average guy I guess. I'm pretty good at math, but i still have my weaknesses. I enjoy writing poetry and writing stories. I am who I am, don't judge me and my beliefs. Also I was the official creator of the group "Emotions and Life Help". If you ever need help I am always here for any kind of problem. From mathematical to emotional.
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yomamabf:
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why is 1^1/2 equal to 1?
updated 2 years ago
3 replies
3 Medals
Mathematics
Smoove:
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Solve :) What is the solution of the equation 6x − 3 = -51?
updated 2 years ago
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Mathematics
mitosuki:
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Which of the following is not one of the limitations of GDP?
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updated 2 years ago
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Mathematics
mitosuki:
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Which of the following is an example of an activity that would change the GNP of Country X, but not the GDP?
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updated 2 years ago
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Mathematics
kaylaaaSpino:
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1/2x = 10
updated 2 years ago
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Mathematics
NinaPeters:
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How do you find the index of refraction?
updated 2 years ago
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mitosuki:
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Which of the following pairs of planets have the most in common?
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updated 5 months ago
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Desiree97:
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please help: Use the substitution method to solve the linear system.
-x+3y=4
x+6y=14
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lovelysteph:
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The answer is 10.5. What is the question?
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smoothieblit123:
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If you were on Mercury the planet, which planet would be visible in the night sky?
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CoffeeBreath:
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What is the formula to find the mass with force and acceleration?
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mitosuki:
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In the history of astronomy, which of the following is true?
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BrizyBaby16:
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For the system of linear equations below, use graphing to determine in which quadrant the solution lies.
x+2y=-2
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KatelynLeeAnn011:
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What are some differences and similarities between a trapezoid and a square?
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bob_s.:
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Simplify (2z – 3)^2
a)4z^2 – 9
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Brookeluda:
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Which of the following is true of modern cell theory?
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mohamadtoutounji:
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why cells divide ?
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kumar2006:
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54000/12=4500
updated 2 years ago
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calistar:
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If a = 3 and b = 5, find a/a+b=___?
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calistar:
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If a = 3 and b = 5, find a/b=___?
updated 2 years ago
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candance1109:
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what is 65% of 640?
updated 2 years ago
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candance1109:
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80% of what number is 40?
updated 2 years ago
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mitosuki:
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The first form of life on Earth was created from
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HelloKalii:
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The area of a garden is given by the trinomial g2 – 2g – 24. The garden’s length is g + 4. What is the garden’s width
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fabbietee:
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1. Solve S = 4v2 for v.
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sportttyy:
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Suggest 3 ways in which plant hormones may have been used in the production of apples and explain why farmers may use these methods.
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snowballhockey:
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what is a synonym for circuit? multiple synonyms
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hosein:
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can give me a nice source of quantum theory?
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girlinthemirror:
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The perimeter of a rectangle is 15 cm, and its dimensions are tripled. What is the perimeter of the larger rectangle?
A. 20cm
B. 15 cm
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Quicker:
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Find the slope of the line through each pair of points.
1. A(2, 4), B(–2, –4) (1 point)
updated 2 years ago
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