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Spencer
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A pet shop uses 43 pounds of food each day. How many pounds are used in 365 days?
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Warren Hahn
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Resolver a equacao x² - 16 = 0 pf
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Titus Rojas
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T=Pri for t, if i=105, P=700, and r=0.005
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Lewis Schmidt
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in the cafeteria all sandwich are priced the same in all drinks are priced the same a customer ordered three sandwiches and two drinks for $14.70 another customer bought two sandwiches and four drinks for $13.80 find the cost of one sandwich and the cost of one drink
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Jaime Harris
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X^2+16
how do I solve this?
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Jazlyn Mathis
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What adds to 15 and multiplies to 25
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Doll
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What is the answer to k/5+3-3k=-6k
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Cody Carroll
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48 divided by 38 equal
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Jaqueline Hess
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9n + 36 rewrite each linear expression by factoring out the GCF
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Crystal
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Polar Company has designed an ice block in the shape of a cube. The volume of the cube is 15 625 cm3. Which of the following dimensions is the smallest opening of an ice dispenser that will accommodate length AB? A. 25cm B. 40 cm C. 45 cm D. Over 50 cm wide. The answer is C, but why?
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Alonzo Roth
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2 more than 3 times the number is equivalent to 1 less than 5 times the number
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Stacy Fitzpatrick
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Write an equation for a linear function whose graphs has the given characteristics. Passes through (-2,2) and (2,-8)
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Mahoney
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The weight limit of an elevator is 2,200 pounds. Michelle is solving an inequality to determine how many 40-pound boxes she can safely bring in the elevator with her if she weighs 110 pounds and has a 10-pound push cart. When the solution to the inequality is graphed on a number line, which statements best describe the graph? Check all that apply.
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Harmony Sanford
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A taxi cab driver charges an initial flag-drop fee of $3.05, plus $1.25 for each mile driven.
Which equation correctly models this situation?
y=1.25x-3.05
y=3.05x+1.25
y=1.25x+3.05
y=3.05x-1.25
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Porter Hunter
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Look at this sequence of numbers: 0, 1, 2, 4, 6, 9, 12, 16,? - what number should replace the question mark?
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