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lolololll:
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Simplify the following expression.
(19x + 6y) + (40x + 23y)
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lolololll:
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. Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below?
4(5x + 13)  10x
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magan:
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(2a)3 = _____
This expression without exponents is?
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 updated one year ago
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lolololll:
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Which algebraic expression is equivalent to the expression below?
(4x + 10) + 9x
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 updated one month ago
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dom_julianne:
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(11p + 3q + 4) + (5p + 8q), simplify.
 updated one year ago
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lolololll:
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. Factor the expression completely.
16x  32
 updated one year ago
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BeckieBird:
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If anybody in 8th grade or lower needs help with a question, send me a message (or ask here) and I'll work you through it :)
 updated one year ago
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KelliRovesSkittles:
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Simplify 3(x  4) + 8(x + 2).
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TakeA.I.M.:
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Factor.
x2 – 7x + 12
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NobodySpecial:
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*MEDAL*
3x  3y = 18
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TakeA.I.M.:
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Simplify
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LaBlueEyes2013:
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Solve (2x+5)(4x−3)=0
A. x = 5/2 or x = 3/4
B. x = 5/2 or x = 3/4
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 updated one year ago
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KelliRovesSkittles:
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Evaluate 5x3 + 2 for x = 1.
3?
 updated one year ago
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LaBlueEyes2013:
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Solve (x+1)(x+5)=0
A. x = 2 or x = 3
B. x = 11 or x = 1
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LaBlueEyes2013:
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Which statement below best describes the Zero Product Property?
A. Zero added to any number is the number itself.
B. The product of an…
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jjgolen12:
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what value is solution of the equation 32x=5
A.2
B.4
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jjgolen12:
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70=7(22z)
A.z=4
B.z=28
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jjgolen12:
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2x+4=2(43)3(8+4x) solve
A. X=7
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superduper1:
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52% of what number is 65?
 updated one year ago
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sirizarry78:
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Which of the following BEST describes how to use the multiplication property of equality to isolate the variable x below?
1/6=3x
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xoya:
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If the angles of a triangle are in the ratio 2:3:4. How many degrees are there in the largest angle?
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xoya:
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Find the shaded area of circle diameter is 1ft?
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kewlgeek555:
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9x + 18 = 28x – 4
Steps please.
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xoya:
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A circle inscribed in a given square and another circle is circumscribed about the same square. What is the ration of the area of the inscri…
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xoya:
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The length of a rectangle is four more than twice the width. The perimeter of the rectangle is 44 meters. Find the length?
 updated one year ago
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xoya:
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In the circle shown AB is the diameter of secant AP=8 & tangent CP=4. Find the numer of units in the diameter of the circle?
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xoya:
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The box pectured has a square base with side x and a closed top. The surface area of the box is?
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xoya:
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A wall with no windows is 11 feet high and 20 feet long. A large roll of wall paper costs $25 and will cover 60 square feet of a wall. A sma…
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xoya:
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A rectangular floor 18 feet by 10 feet is to be completely covered with carpeting that cost x dollars per square yard. In terms of x how man…
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xoya:
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Find the perimeter of the figure?
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