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mansaa:
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Graphing helps scientists to:
a. count the number of people in the world
b. predict future trends
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kristinak:
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Is there a local minumum? (2)/((x2)(x+4))=f(x)
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Mathistreallyhard:
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What is the positive difference between the greatest and least prime factors of 2000
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jaderbrown:
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What is the exact value of the square root of 50 over 3 the square root of 15.?
the square root of 30 over 9.
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grabyouroar:
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Find the sum of the first 8 terms of the sequence. Show all work for full credit.
1, 3, 7, 11, ...
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lashell123:
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find domain and range of this???
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daniellecrook:
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Need Help for this extremely hard Math problem?
I am thinking of 5 numbers. Each combination of 4 numbers from those 5 has a product of e…
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StacyAnn:
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what is the specific heat of an unknown substance if 2000 j of energy are required to raise temperature of 4 grams of the substance 5 degree…
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shahbaaz786:
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Which of the following is not an element of the following set:
A: {negative even integers}
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Oreoo:
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Find the volume of the prism.
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jessy1289:
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The distance around a triangle is calculated to be inches. What is this distance expressed in simplest terms?
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@Loser66 @Mertsj @satellite73 @amistre64
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KawasumiKimiko:
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If * is a binary operation defined by a*b = minimum of {a,b} or a min b, find the value of 10*8
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Need to ace this test or I cant graduate
Chris and Justine are purchasing a townhouse and finance $112,900 with a 25year 6/3 ARM at 4.85% …
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multiply:
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Please Help and I will be a fan !
Which pair represents the same complex number?
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sarahusher:
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"Show that two different left cosets of G with respect to H have the same number of elements."
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SavannahWillett:
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Suppose you have two friends who made 25 and 30 on the ACT. What are their zscores?
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Ambbiiee:
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The size of a bicycle is determined by the diameter of the wheel. You want a 22in bicycle for your birthday. What is the area of one of th…
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Ambbiiee:
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Pizza Planet delivers pizza within a 15 mile radius of their store. If this area is represented graphically, with Pizza Planet located at (2…
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sylinan:
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Factor completely: x^2 − 4x + 9
(x − 1)(x − 9)
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3(5x25)=15(x25) is this equation an identity or does it have no solution
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Kaylaaa:
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NEED HELP PLEASE :/
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johnsflower:
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my question is the comment below it was to long to put in the box, please help!
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ndeths:
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Just wanted to make sure im doing this right :) 2^5 x 2^6 simplify and evaluate  what do ya'll get?
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MAYSTEPH:
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Find the area of the triangle with A = 41°, b = 22 in, and c = 36 in.
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IEsmee:
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Calculate the length of AE given AB = 4 cm, AC =10 cm, and AD = 5.
A. 6 cm
B. 8 cm
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RAZGRIZ:
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solve for b
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RAZGRIZ:
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Solve for the missing measure. Round decimals to the nearest tenth.
b = ???
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faithrose101:
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Choose the slopeintercept equation of the line that passes through the point (6, 6) and is perpendicular to y = 3x  6.
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