Skittles10412
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Misty Turner
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Just like being one person and having fun all day every day :D. I am a really cool person once you get to know me. I love to hang with my friends and take pictures. I love to be myself and be insparing to others. I try my best to make others happy and to make them smile. I love spending time with my family and my boyfriend. I love music weather it be listening to it or playing it. I love SKITTLES, MONT> DEW, and I love animals.
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Skittles10412:
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(2x-3y)^2 is equivalent to:
A) 4x^2-12xy+9y^2
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Skittles10412:
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The circumference of each tire on a bicycle is 50 inches. About how many revolutions does one of these bicycle tires make traveling 300 feet…
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Skittles10412:
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Solving system of equations by substitution.
18) -2x+6y=6
-7x+8y =-5
updated 5 months ago
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princessiva:
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-(5x-5)= ?
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Skittles10412:
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Solving for equations by substitution .
15) 6x+6y=-6
5x +y = -13
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Solving systems of equations by substitution.
13) -3x+3y=4
-x + y=3
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1) What is the value of the x in the solution to the system of linear equations below?
y=4…
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#9 check please
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(x^4)^-3 *2x^4
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Lines JK, KL, and LJ are all tangent to O ( not drawn to scale). JA =12, AL=15, and CK=5. Find the primeter of triangle JKL
updated one year ago
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Skittles10412:
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Which is the equation of a circle with center (-2 3) and radius r=5?
(x + 2)² + (y – 3)² = 10
(x + 2)² + (y – 3)² = 25
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Skittles10412:
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Lines A, B and C are parallel. Find x.
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Use the figure below:
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1) Find the solution to the proportion:
8/11= 40/X
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In the figure, what is m<C?
A) 15
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What is the value of x?
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5. Fat tissue is also referred to as adipose tissue.
True
False
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2. Which of the following would not be a negative aspect to using a height weight chart? ( 5 points)
a) Least accurate method of calcula…
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1. Lean body weight includes:
a) muscle
b) organs
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For questions 3-4, what is the value of x to the nearest tenth?
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The circles are congruent. Which conclusion can you draw?
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Skittles10412:
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Circle A is inscribed in a quadrilateral. What is the perimeter of the quadrilateral?
A) 25mm
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Skittles10412:
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Which of the following animals would you have a better chance of observing at night?
A) Kiwi
B) Tuatara
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need help with one question
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4. Geographers often say that geography can be understood in terms of different _____, or in terms of different _____.
(Points : 1)
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1. Which of the following is not true about Aborigine culture? (1 point)
It is the oldest surviving culture on Earth.
Traditional Abori…
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1. Which of the following is not true about Aborigine culture? (1 point)
It is the oldest surviving culture on Earth.
Traditional Abori…
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For question 4, find the volume of the square pyramid shown. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.
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For questions 1–2, find the volume of the given prism. Round to the nearest tenth if necessary.
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Describe the relative location of the Continent of Africa.
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