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The correct answer to this question is A, -5. This answer is found by using the order of operations of math. The acronym PEMDAS is used to represent the order. P stands for parentheses, E for exponents, M for multiplication, D for division, A for addition, and S for subtraction.
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I think there was a rare mistakethat was being made from typing :))
It was actually3 $ -1 = 3 .(-1) - (3 - 1) = -3 - 2 = -5...Read More

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The answer is clearly 2- if one side is 11 and the other is 7 the 3rd side must be long enough to reach look at the possible length of the 3rd side- if the 7 is on one side of the 11 side and the x is on the other if x were 2 then even with angels of 0 degrees the 7 side would not connect with the...Read More

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Using Pythagorean Theorem, none of these answers could be correct. There are two correct answers which are: squareroot(56), and squareroot(40).

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Incorrect John. The actual answer can be solved through the formula I just derived. n! - ((n + 1 - m) (n-m)! M!) = x. In this situation, n is the size of the group m is the size of the two who cannot stand next to each other and x is the number of situations that they form a line in which they...Read More

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Works only D
if a=3 and b= -10 so in B
|3-10|=7and 3-(-10)=13 so 7-7
So we should take both -3
but B is wrong...Read More

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First you find out the value of (2$1) which is 2$1 = 21-(2+1)=-1.

Next you solve 3$-1=3(-1)-(3+(-1))=-5

Next you solve 3$-1=3(-1)-(3+(-1))=-5

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49

2(x-3)=14

2x-6=14

+6=+6

2x=20

DIVIDE BY 2

x=10

input 10 for x. 10^2-6•10+9

100-60+9=49

2(x-3)=14

2x-6=14

+6=+6

2x=20

DIVIDE BY 2

x=10

input 10 for x. 10^2-6•10+9

100-60+9=49

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There are actually nine diagonals are possible in a hexagon.

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