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Is it possible to use ABSOLUTE POVERTY in a sentence.
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Solve the system of equations by graphing.
x+y=13
xy=5
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Determine whether each relation is a function.
1) y=x  5
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Write a ratio for each word phrase in reduced form.
48 inches to 5 feet.
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Write a ratio for each word phrase in reduced form.
75 minutes to 3 hours.
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Write a ratio for each word phrase in reduced form.
75 minutes to 3 hours.
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Solve 8x5y=12 for y
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An 85 feet long pipe is cut into two pieces. The longer piece is 15 less than three times the shorter piece. Find the lengths of the two pie…
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An 85 feet long pipe is cut into two pieces. The longer piece is 15 less than three times the shorter piece. Find the lengths of the two pie…
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An 85 feet long pipe is cut into two pieces. The longer piece is 15 less than three times the shorter piece. Find the lengths of the two pie…
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(Volume of a sphere)
V=4/3 πr^3
Find the value of V given that r=6. Use 3.14 for π
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(Volume of a sphere)
V=4/3 πr^3
Find the value of V given that r=6. Use 3.14 for π…
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Solve for the missing variable. c=2πr
C=7.51, π=3.14
Type your answer rounded to two decimals places
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Round to the nearest hundredth
7.89/6.28
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If 6 is subtracted from the third of three consecutive odd integers and the result is multiplied by 2, the answer is 31 less than the sum of…
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The sum of three consecutive odd integers is 207. What are the integers?
The first integer is
The second integer is
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Find two consecutive even integers such that the smaller added to two times the larger gives a sum of 40.
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In a recent year, the total sales at restaurant A were 250,000 more than at restaurant B. The total sale at the two stores were 600,000,000.…
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In a recent year, the total sales at restaurant A were 250,000 more than at restaurant B. The total sale at the two stores were 600,000,000.…
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A problem requires finding the distance traveled in miles. Which would not be a reasonable answers? Justify your response.
A. 10 B.1.8 …
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Solve the equation.
1/4 k  (k+1/2) = 1/8 (k+2)
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Which of the following are not linear equations in one variable?
A. x^25x+6=0
B. x^3 = 3
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Find the sum and write in lowest term.
25 5/12 + 34 7/18
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Is anybody here from Korean or England.
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Find all the integer factors of 245 .
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Fill in the blanks: By the definition of subtraction, in order to perform the subtraction 2(4), add the opposite of _ to _ to get _.
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Fill in the blanks: By the definition of subtraction, in order to perform the subtraction 2(4), add the opposite of _ to _ to get _.
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Simplify the expression and tell whether the statement is true or false.
8 * 68*8 ≥ 0
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Can someone check my answer for this question. "What does it mean to make it"?
I think to make it means to overcome your obstacles and achi…
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If Tuscon's average rainfall is 12 3/4 inches and Yuma is 4 4/5 inches, how much more rain, on the average, does Tuscon get than Yuma?
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