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Anderson Hunt
Tyler reads 2/15 of a book on Monday, 1/3 of it on Tuesday, 2/9 of it on Wednesday, and 3/4 of the remainder on Thursday. If he still has 14 pages to read on Friday, how many pages are there in the book?
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Estrella Day
Which expression is the factored form of - 1.5w+7.5?
a) 1.5 (5+w)
b) 1.5 (w-5)
c) - 1.5 (w-5)
d) - 1.5 (w+5)
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Jonathon Martinez
A wheelchair ramp is 10 feet long. the ramp sits up on a 2 foot platform. How far is it from the end of the ramp to the bottom of the platform?
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Amani Jefferson
What is the least number that has both 6 and 10 as a factors
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Alicia
What is the common ratio of the sequence?
-2, 6, - 18, 54, ...
0 - 3
O - 2
3
08
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Nancy Underwood
Olivia and Candice are deciding between Italian or Chinese food and then whether to go to a movie walk in the park or go for a bike ride using the fundamental counting principle how many choices do they have
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Bella
A model railway train is designed using a scale factor of 1:87. If the model train is 4 inches, how many feet long is the actual train
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Guest
Andreas bought 2 gallons of ice cream at $5.50 per gallon and 12 cupcakes at $2.50 per cupcake. Which explanation correctly tells how to calculate the total cost of Andreas's purchase?
A. Step 1: Multiply $5.50 by 2 to calculate the cost of the ice cream. Step 2: Multiply $2.50 by 12 to calculate the cost of the cupcakes Step 3: Multiply the two amounts together.
B. Step 1: Divide $5.50 by 2 to calculate the cost of the ice cream. Step 2: Divide $2.50 by 12 to calculate the cost of the cupcakes Step 3: Add the two amounts together.
C. Step 1: Multiply $5.50 by 2 to calculate the cost of the ice cream. Step 2: Multiply $2.50 by 12 to calculate the cost of the cupcakes Step 3: Add the two amounts together.
D. Step 1: Divide $5.50 by 2 to calculate the cost of the ice cream. Step 2: Divide $2.50 by 12 to calculate the cost of the cupcakes Step 3: Subtract the two amounts.
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Noel Alvarado
What is cot (ZB) ?
Reduce fractional answers to lowest terms.
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Dearest
Two consecutive odd numbers total 32. Find the smaller.
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Brooks Conrad
Wayne has $2.50 worth of nickels in his coin jar. How many nickels does Wayne have in his coin jar?
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Tabitha Lindsey
Bao Yu is completing the square to solve the polynomial equation. x^2-x-3=0 what should be her first step?
A. adding - x to both sides of the equation
B. adding - 3 to both sides of the equation
C. isolating the first term, x2
D. isolating the constant, - 3
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Darius Fitzpatrick
The middle school will lose some of its funding if 50 or more students move away in any year. The principal claims he only loses about 30 students a year. Do the values in the table support his claim? Explain
# of students: 6th = 250 7th = 200 8th = 150
% moves: 6th = 2%. 7th = 4%. 8th = 8%
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Kale Briggs
John and 2 friends are going out fot pizza for lunch they split one pizza and 3 large drinks the pizza cost $14 after using a $7 gift certificate they spent a total of $12.10 what is the cost of one large drink?
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Gloria Sweeney
There are nine books stacked on a shelf. the thickness of each book is either 1 inch or 2 inches. the height of the stack of 9 books is 14 inches. which system of equations can be used to determine x the number of 1-inch books in the stack and y, th number of 2-inch-thick books?
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