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Write 1.12 repeating as a mixed number
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while explain sealife a biologist went underwater on a land recorded the desk above and below sea level where he found different creatures. A) List these creatures in order from deepest to highest. B) Write a comparison statement for the depth of the hermit crab and the redfish. Hermit Crab (2ft), Clam (0ft), Snapper (-10ft), Redfish (-3ft). Can anyone help me please. Does anyone know how to answer this question.
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If you multiplying by 1/4 makes a positive number smaller, then what does dividing by 1/4 do to the value of the number? Explain your reasoning
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The population of China is approximately 1.381 × 10^9, and the population of the United States is approximately 3.23 × 10^8. About how many people live in both countries combined? Express your answer in scientific notation.
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What is the slope, m, and the y-intercept of the line that is graphed below?
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Option 1: $30 per month and $100 membership fee. Option 2: $25 per month and $150 membership fee. Michael is trying to determine which tennis club to join. If Michael choose option 2 for which month will his total cost for option 2 be less than total cost for option 1? A. month 8. B. month 9 C. month 10 D. month 11
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Given the statements, "A square root of 16 is 4," and "A square root of 9 is -3," complete the following blanks with the correct truth-values.P is (true or false) and q is (true or false) , so the statement, "A square root of 16 is 4 or a square root of 9 is -3" is (true or false) .
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The point (-7, -24) is on the terminal ray of angle θ which is in standard position. A student found the six trigonometric values for angle θ. The student’s answers are shown
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choose the graph below that correctly represents the equation 2x + 4y = 24.A.B. C. D.
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Describe a Situation with two quantities that have proportional Linear relationship
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Doomtown is 300 miles due west of Sagebrush and Joshua is due west of Doomtown. At 9 a.m. Mr. Archer leaves Sagebrush for Joshua. At 1 p.m. Mr. Sassoon leaves Doomtown for Joshua. If Mr. Archer travels at an average speed 20 mph faster than Mr. Sassoon and they each reach Joshua at 4 p.m., how fast is each traveling?
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A boy walks for x hours at 33 mph and bicycles for (5−x) hours at 93 mph. If the total distance traveled is d miles, express d in terms of x.
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How do I Simplify 8-13-(-4)
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Using the formula for volume of a cone, express r in terms of V, h and pi
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Find the equation of a line parallel to y - 5x = 10 that passes through the point (3, 10). (answer in slope-intercept form)
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mrs.dryson divided her collection of 52 glass bears into equal groups. she had one bear left over.how many groups did Mrs.dryson make how many bears are in each group
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Julia did a survey in four butterfly parks and wrote the following observations:Butterfly Park SurveyPark Number of Blue Butterflies Total Number of ButterfliesP 21 82Q 40 86R 11 63S 38 58Based on the survey, which park had the greatest percentage of blue butterflies?Park PPark QPark RPark S
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!!!!!!!I NEED HELP WITH THESE PROBLEMS. THANK YOU!!!!!1. Mike's salary is $6,500 per month. He saves 1/5 of his monthly salary and spends the rest.How much money does Mike save every month?$ ?How much money does Mike spend every month?$ ?2. Fill in the missing values that makes the equation true.−2/5×30= ?/2 x -4 = ?3. Alex takes 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to the office.How many hours does Alex spend getting to the office over 4 days?? hours4.Fill in the missing values that make the equation true.−4/7×49= ?/6 x -14 = ?5. Drag the equivalent expressions into the appropriate columns. 5(1/5+3c) 1/4(1/2 - 4c)(5+15c), (1+15c), (1/8 - c), (1/8 - 4/4c), (-1/8 + -c), (5/5 + 15c)6. Drag the equivalent expressions into the appropriate columns. a(b + c) -x(m - n)(ab - ac), (ab + ac), -(xm - xn), (-xm + -xn)7. Part 118 × ? = 1Part 2Select all the statements that explain why the missing value you chose for Part A makes the equation true.Answer ChoicesA. The product of a rational number and its multiplicative inverse is always 1.B. The sum of a rational number and its additive inverse is always 0.C. The product of two positive rational numbers is always positive.D. The product of any two rational numbers is always 1.E. It is the multiplicative inverse of the multiplier.F. It is the additive inverse of the multiplier.8. This is an equation.(-7)(-17)=1 Select all of the statements that explain why this equation is true.Answer ChoicesA. The fraction -17 is the multiplicative inverse of -71 .B. The fraction -17 is the additive inverse of -71 .C. The product of any two rational numbers is always 1.D. The product of two negative rational numbers is always positive.E. The product of a rational number and its multiplicative inverse is always 1.F. The sum of a rational number and its additive inverse is always zero.
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What is the simplified form of the fifth root of x to the fourth power times the fifth root of x to the fourth power?
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The given measurements may or may not determine a triangle. If not, then state that no triangle is formed. If a triangle is formed, then use the Law of Sines to solve the triangle, if it is possible, or state that the Law of Sines cannot be used. B = 153°, c = 10, b = 14
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