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What would be the steps to this problem?
What is the degree of the polynomial 3x6 – 4x4 + 5x – 6?
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In modern times, how do you think society is affected by our knowledge about the universe
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In a chemical reaction, there must be the same number of atoms in the product side as there are on the reactants side.
True Or False ?
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Matter is _______ energy because matter is always ___________ in a chemical reaction.
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Solve x/2 + 2 = 22 for x.
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Solve 3x + 7 = 5 for x.
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how do fiber optics uses light
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are cover letters and business letters the same format??
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Find the missing value in the following proportion: 4/5 = 26/x.
answer32.5
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What is the ratio of boys to girls, in lowest terms, if the number of boys is 45 and the number of girls is 33?
would my answer be 11/15?
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Find the fifth term in this arithmetic sequence: 3, 7, . . .
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Find the next term in this arithmetic sequence: 2/3, 2, 3 1/3, ____
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In a parking lot, there are 25 cars, 14 vans, and 11 SUVs. Find the ratio of total vehicles to vans.
Would my answer be 7/25??
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In a parking lot, there are 25 cars, 14 vans, and 11 SUVs. Find the ratio of cars to total vehicles.
25/14
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In a parking lot, there are 25 cars, 14 vans, and 11 SUVs. Find the ratio of cars to SUVs.
Would my answer be 11/25?
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Explain how a standing wave forms and describe the characteristics of a standing wave, including an explanation of nodes and antinodes, and …
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During constructive interference, two waves moving through the same medium will
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Astronomers have found that light waves coming from a given point on the Sun have a slightly higher frequency than light from a point on the…
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Which of the following is an example of a material that allows electrons to easily move through it?
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A ruler who holds absolute, or total, power is called an absolute monarch.
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The early American authors of the Articles of Confederation wanted to preserve the states' sovereignty.
explain why would this have been ad…
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Can someone help me...!
The early American authors of the Articles of Confederation wanted to preserve the states' sovereignty.
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Let's say we have a circle with a radius of 17 inches. What is the circumference of this circle in inches? Round your answer to the hundredt…
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Let's say we have a circle with a radius of 14 inches. What is the circumference of this circle in inches? Round your answer to the nearest …
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Let's say we have a triangle with sides called a, b, and c, and that b is the base. Our triangle has a height that we'll call h. If a = 11 i…
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Let's say that we have a square with all sides equal to 11 inches. What is the area of this square in square inches?
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Let's say that we have a rectangle with sides called a and b. If a = 11 inches and b = 3 inches, what is the area of this rectangle in squar…
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what does this even mean??
Do you think Hobbes' philosophy is true that the first people on Earth lived in anarchy and that this is the o…
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Which of the following describes a circuit?
A. a loop of wire
B. allows electrons to flow
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