## Given: U= [ 1 3 -57 2 14 11 L-8 05] V= [ 13 -1 -71 -6 1 19 [ 0 15 23 Solve: X +

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Given: U= [ 1 3 -57 2 14 11 L-8 05] V= [ 13 -1 -71 -6 1 19 [ 0 15 23 Solve: X + U = V X=
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## What is the value of the expression? 32+[4×(15÷3)]−5

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What is the value of the expression? 32+[4×(15÷3)]−5
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## Sean has 1/5 of a cupcake and 1/5 of a large cake. Does the sum 1/5 + 1/5 make sense in this situation

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Sean has 1/5 of a cupcake and 1/5 of a large cake. Does the sum 1/5 + 1/5 make sense in this situation
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## Use the distributive property to remove the parentheses. Simplify your answer as much as possible. 3/4(3–16)

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Use the distributive property to remove the parentheses. Simplify your answer as much as possible. 3/4(3--16)
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## WORTH 1O POINTS!! Reduce each fraction to the lowest terms to determine if the ratios form a proportion. Show your work and expl

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WORTH 1O POINTS!! Reduce each fraction to the lowest terms to determine if the ratios form a proportion. Show your work and explain. ( These are fractions btw. ) (1.) 1/4 , 3/12 (2) 18/24,15/20 (3.) 2/5,30/80 (4.) ...
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## Owning a Car 1 Rudy has arranged to buy a car for \$10,240. He has a \$3000 trade-in allowance and will make a \$2000 down payment.

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Owning a Car 1 Rudy has arranged to buy a car for \$10,240. He has a \$3000 trade-in allowance and will make a \$2000 down payment. He will finance the rest with a 3-year auto loan at 3.4% APR. What ...
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## Ms.lulling needs n cents in quarters to do the family laundry at the city laundromat. She has 0.75 in quarters.Which equations show the rela

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Ms.lulling needs n cents in quarters to do the family laundry at the city laundromat. She has 0.75 in quarters.Which equations show the relationships between n, the amount of cents she needs, and q the numbers of quarters she needs?
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## what’s one thrid of twenty five thousand dollars​

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what's one thrid of twenty five thousand dollars​
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## Grandma baked 96 cookies and gave them to her grandchildren. One of the grandchildren, Cindy, received c fewer cookies than she would have r

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Grandma baked 96 cookies and gave them to her grandchildren. One of the grandchildren, Cindy, received c fewer cookies than she would have received had all of the cookies been evenly divided among the 8 grandchildren. How many cookies did ...
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## There are 27 girls and 36 boys who want to participate in a math competition. If each team must have the same ratio of girls and boys what’s

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There are 27 girls and 36 boys who want to participate in a math competition. If each team must have the same ratio of girls and boys what’s the greatest number of teams that can enter?
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