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What is 0.5% written as a decimal?
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What is 490% written as a decimal?
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Which of the following inequalities, with the given domain, is represented on the graph?
1/2 > n> (or equal to) <3
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Reiko started a business selling home medical supplies. She spent $6500 to obtain her merchandise, and it costs her $550 per week for genera…
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Solve the inequality. 3 + t + 4 < 10
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State a conjunction or disjunction equivalent to the open sentence a – 9 ≤ 4.
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Solve the open sentence.
–3 ≤ n + 6 ≤ 7…
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If a mineral can be mined, what is it called?
 updated one year ago
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If a mineral can be mined, what is it called?
 updated one year ago
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Solve.
–5t ≥ 65
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 updated one year ago
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Solve.
 updated one year ago
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Solve the formula for the variable y.
z = 4x + 2y…
 updated one year ago
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PLEASE HELP!
What number must multiply each
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 updated one year ago
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What number must multiply each
side of the equation 2/3x = 16 to produce the equivalent equation x = 24?
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 updated one year ago
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Estimate the solution to the equation by first rounding the constants and coefficients to the nearest integer 6.15(x – 8.86) = 21.83
A. 1…
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Estimate the solution to the equation by first rounding the constants and coefficients to the nearest integer
6.15(x – 8.86) = 21.83
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 updated one year ago
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Solve the equation. Round the answer to the nearest tenth.
1.18x + 4.34 = 8.67
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 updated one year ago
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The volume of a rectangular prism can be computed by using the formula V = lwh. Solve the formula for l.
A. l = Vwh
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 updated one year ago
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Solve for b.
d = 3a + 3b
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Can anyone please help me with some english?!!!!!!!!!!!
 updated one year ago
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What characteristics identify firstperson narrator?
 updated one year ago
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Solve.
1/3(213a) = 6a
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 updated one year ago
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Solve.
7x = 2x – 35
 updated one year ago
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Solve.
x
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Write an equation to model the given problem.
Susan paid $36.90 for nine washcloths. What is the unit price p per washcloth?
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 updated one year ago
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The office supervisor followed his routine with such mechanical consistency that his subordinates called him a(n) ____________________.
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The office supervisor followed his routine with such mechanical consistency that his subordinates called him a(n) ____________________.
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1. Do 2 negatives make a positive?
A. yes
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 updated one year ago
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PLZZZZZZZ HELP!!!!!!
1. If a and b are any two real numbers, explain how you calculate the difference a – b. Be sure to include the follo…
 updated one year ago
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1. If a and b are any two real numbers, explain how you calculate the difference a – b. Be sure to include the following in your explanation…
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