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@Bella Agreed. The answer is positive 2. @Student-steph The answer is not -4; look at @Bella's explanation Lastly, choice A is the same exact as ch...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: May 15, 2017
The correct answer should be : (x-3)(x+3) because of the perfect squares.

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John Adney
Answered: Apr 26, 2017
How is it this answer and where are you getting the 10 from when the price is going up $15 every single hour?

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 22, 2020
6k + 2k squared

There are no like terms in this algebraic expression, therefore we can do nothing to simplify it.

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John Adney
Answered: May 19, 2017
Why is that the answer? It does not even make sense.

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John Adney
Answered: May 19, 2017
Hey you 👋 how are You ugly .hope you get it right

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I.Elizabeth
Answered: Feb 22, 2018
The answer is actually 17 and 18 and that choice isn’t listed here. You could solve this a few different ways, and one of those is by the guess and check method. Start by taking two...Read More

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Eunice.
Answered: Jan 15, 2017
The answer is 1.2 x 10^8.
​When you calculate 52,000,000 by 24, you get 1,248,000,000 and because ofthe rule of scientific notation, you get 1.2 x 10^. Now, if you count from the right, there...Read More

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John Adney
Answered: Aug 02, 2017

-7, you are subtracting from a negative number. The answer will have to be negative.

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John Adney
Answered: May 05, 2017
I agree with Jky4366 in the fact that the slope is truly 2 rather than -4.
PROOF:
(-5 , 3)
- (-2 , 9)
| | -----> -6 /
|-----------> / -3 = 2

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None of the answer choices are right. Point-slopeform is: So, the correct way to write it is y-2=2(x-1) @Student_steph Your answer is right, but it is in slope-intercept for...Read More

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Jenijohnson
Answered: May 02, 2018

To this solution it will be -27

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E.Ronald
Answered: Jan 03, 2018
This is an algebraic problem where students who are probably in their first year of algebra are asked to follow certain rules they have learned to reduce this problem to lowest terms. The word...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Feb 22, 2020
3w over 4

The denominators are same, so we are able to add the two terms together.

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John Adney
Answered: May 30, 2017
Posted By John "The variables in this question are also the same, being g and f. It does not matter which way around the variables are written, as long as they are both there. We then add like...Read More

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