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Zayden Vaughan
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If = 27° and x = 9 cm, what is the value of y to the nearest tenth of a centimeter?
A = 27 and that is opposite of x which equals 9 and y is adjacent to a
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Richard
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A classroom contains an equal number of boys and girls. If 1313 girls leave, twice as many boys as girls remain. What was the original number of students present?
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Danika Gibbs
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How can you tell if a graph is a function or not
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Londyn Banks
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5x^2+15=51; square root property
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Guest
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How long can I talk on the phone if they charge 8 cent a minute and I have 90 cents
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Martha Wilkinson
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A population of middle schoolers students consist of a 100 boys and 250 girls if a representative sample from this population contains 20 boys how many girls would be expected in this sample explains
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Wilkerson
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Reduce the fraction - 20t^5u^2v^3/48t^7u4v
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Ayden Landry
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Todd and his brother Robert are going to use 512 square feet of their backyard for skateboard ramps. The shape of the backyard is rectangular, with the length twice as long as the width. What are the dimensions of the backyard? A (w) = 2w2 512 = 2w2 The width of the backyard is feet. The length of the backyard is feet.
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Guest
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What is the solution of - 3 = x + 5
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Guest
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write an expression that represents the height of a tree that began is 6 feet and increases by 2 feet per year. Let y represent the number of years.
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Grace Watts
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3 is 20% of what number
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Tori Glenn
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Davis performed an experiment in which he spun a 4-color spinner 20 times. He recorded his results in the frequency table.
Davis predicts that if he spins the spinner another 20 times, the frequency for the red and green segments will still be equal. Is Davis correct?
Yes. Another experiment will give the same numbers as the first experiment.
Yes. The experimental probabilities remain the same for all experiments.
No. The frequencies will be multiplied by 20.
No. The frequencies and probabilities for red and green segments might change in the next experiment.
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Alexa Campos
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Imagine you are drawing a comic strip showing how to solve the problem 72 divided into 4 to new 4th graders. Create a script to explain how you can keep dividing after getting a remainder of 3 tens in the first step
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Jayden Barker
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In your sock drawer you have 4 blue, 5 gray, and 3 black socks. half asleep one morning you grab 2 socks at random and put them on. find the probability you end up wearing
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Shayna Sampson
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What is the simplified form of the following expression 6xyz/2xz
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