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5. 6 is to 15 as 36 is to _ a. 60 b.90
Algebra
6 months ago
Activity 1. Directions: Copy the table in your notebook. Then complete the table by supplying the GCF and the LCM of the given sets of numbers. Note: Number 1 is done for you!
Algebra
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Emma had 3x potatoes. She used x potatoes and had 26 potatoes left. KooBits How many potatoes did Emma have at first?
Algebra
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18. It is used to represent changes in data over a period of time. A. Bar graph B. Line graph C. Ogive D. Pie Chart
Algebra
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3. The set of whole numbers from 1 to 20 Set E= 2,4,6,7,9,10 Set F= 3,4,5,9,10,13,15,16,19,20
Algebra
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Question 8 Which number needs to be the last term of the sequence 1,−2,3,−4,5,... so that the sum would be 2011? 2011 2012 4020 4021
Algebra
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11. Nilai dari frac sin 255 ° +sin 45 ° cos 435 ° +cos 225 ° adalah . . . . a.-2 b. - square root of 3 c. -1 d. 1/3 square root of 3 e. square root of 3
Algebra
6 months ago
What is the measure of angle TRV? 20 ° 50 ° x-10 ° 60 ° 130 °
Geometry
6 months ago
The diameter of a circle is 6 ft. Find the circumference to the nearest tenth.
Geometry
6 months ago
Ken and Hamid run around a track. It takes Ken 80 seconds to complete a lap. It takes Hamid 60 seconds to complete a lap. Ken and Hamid start running at the same time from the start line. How many laps will they each have run when they next meet on the start line? Ken: laps Hamid: laps
Algebra
6 months ago
A student solved the equation below by graphing.. log _6x-1=log _22x+2 Which statement about the graph is true? The curves do not intersect. The curves intersect at one point. The curves intersect at two points. The curves appear to coincide.
Algebra
6 months ago
6. Which of the following does not belong to the domain of fx= 2x-5/x+3 a. -1 b. -2 c.-3 d.-4
Algebra
6 months ago
Which statements regarding the diagram of △ EBC are true? Select three options. angle BEC is an exterior angle. angle DEC is an exterior angle. and angle EBC are supplementary angles. angle ABE angle BCF and angle DEC are supplementary angles. angle BEC is a remote interior angle to exterior angle BCF.
Geometry
6 months ago
Tony drives his car. He drives the first 13 miles in 13 minutes. He then drives at an average speed of 68 mph for 1 hour 24 minutes. mph stands for 'miles per hour' Use the information in the table to find out how much petrol he uses.
Algebra
6 months ago
A cube has a lateral area of 676 square feet. What is the side length of the cube? 4.3 feet
Algebra
6 months ago
Helen draws a random circle. She then measures its diameter and circumference. She gets a circumference, C, of 405 mm correct to 3 significant figures. She gets a diameter, d, of 130 mm correct to 2 significant figures. Helen wants to find the value of π using the formula π = C/d Calculate the lower bound and upper bound for Helen's value of π. Give your answers correct to 3 decimal places.
Algebra
6 months ago
Find the value of x. Round to the nearest degree. A.55 B.35 C.30 D. 34
Algebra
6 months ago
Which statements are true of all squares? Select three options. The diagonals are perpendicular. The diagonals are congruent to each other. The diagonals bisect the vertex angles. The diagonals are congruent to the sides of the square. The diagonals are twice the length of one side of the square.
Geometry
6 months ago
A cube has an edge length of 13 feet. What is its volume, in cubic feet?
Algebra
6 months ago
Use the graph to determine the input value for which fx=gx is true. x=0.5 x=1 x=1.5 x=2 Intro
Algebra
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