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nicole10:
solve for y
3x+2y+40=xy
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nicole10:
x+y=8
2x+7y=31
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nicole10:
if y> (or equal to) 3x+3 do i shade up or down?
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nicole10:
2x+3y>6 Do I shade up or down
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nicole10:
if the point on a graph is (4,0), is the point a y or x intercept?
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nicole10:
factor completely 16x^3y^340x^4y
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nicole10:
y<1 do i shade up or down
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nicole10:
Signed numbers
2(56)+10(67)(25/5)
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nicole10:
Signed numbers
2(56)+10(67)(25/5)
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nicole10:
The volume of a cone is given by the formula:
V=1/3πr^2h
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nicole10:
solve each formula/literal equation for the variable indicated:
solve for r:…
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nicole10:
The perimeter of a rectangle is 24 inches. Find the dimensions if its length is 3 inches greater than its width.
a) The equation that bes…
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nicole10:
help! solve each equation
1/2(a+3)1/6=3+2/3(4a2)
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nicole10:
the labor demand curve is flatter or steeper in perfect competition than it is in monopoly
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nicole10:
1/8+3/4
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nicole10:
[5(y3)+9][2(y+4)10] remove the parentheses and simplify
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nicole10:
find the LCM of 20 and 30... what is the LCM anyways?
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nicole10:
convert 5/8 to percent notation
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nicole10:
remove the parentheses and simplify 4(2a3b)+a7
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nicole10:
someone solve this for me! 2^3  10 [4(2+18)]
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