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36.0832465945 rounded to the nearest hundreth
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I understand Sine, Cosine and Tanget, but why do we need a Cosecant, Secant, and Cotangent?
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Geometry help!
A point M on a segment with endpoints X (1, −2) and Y (10, 3) partitions the segment in a 4:1 ratio. Find M. You must sho…
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Hey! Halp!
A segment with endpoints A (3, 2) and B (6, 11) is partitioned by a point C such that AC and BC form a 2:3 ratio. Find the x …
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Are ANY of my points marked correctly even? Please  tell me they are ;;
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How do I find the slope of (4, 1), (8, 12)
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How do I find the mid point of EF?
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Ratio problem help! THANK YOU!!!
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Say I had parallel lines AB and XY. If line AB was moved on top of XY (It had the exact same coordinates and everything). Would AB still be …
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Square GHIJ is shown below with line KL passing through the center.
Square GHIJ is shown with line KL running horizontally through the ce…
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Triangle ABC is shown below with line DE passing through points D and E.
Triangle ABC is shown with point D lying on side BC and point E…
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What do anaerobic photosynthesizing bacteria from early Earth have in common with all organisms today?
They passed on their genetic mate…
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Write an indirect proof proving the four angles of a square add up to 360°.
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Curious. I don't understand the ratio. What does 1:3 mean? How did they get it?
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Write the expression as a sum and/or difference of logarithms. Express powers as factors. log3(9x)
"Log 3 of 9 x"
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PLEASE HELP!!
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What is the slope of a line that passes through the point (−1, 1) and is parallel to a line that passes through (4, 6) and (−1, −4)?
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Can someone PLEASE Help me understand what it's asking!
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The correct answer is a, yea?
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Help!
Determine the value of y for the system of equations.
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Hey, how would I do this?
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Check my work. It's the first one underlined red. I'm using the slope formula. Did I use it right?
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Check my work?
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Rectangle A has an area of 4  x2. Rectangle B has an area of x2 + 2x  8. In simplest form, what is the ratio of the area of Rectangle A to…
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Can someone explain this to me because I'm confused.
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Can someone explain this to me because I am confused.
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am I correct?
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