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What are the dimensions of the product?
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Two angles are given: measurement of angle G = (2x-90) degrees. Measurement of angle H = (180-2x) degrees. Which statements are true about angle g and h if both angles are greater than zero? Select all that apply. 1) angle g and h are complementary angles. 2) angle g and h are supplementary angles. 3) angle g and h are acute angles. 4) angle g and h form a linear pair. 5) the sum of angle g and h is 360
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The graphed line shown below is y=-3x+6
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Just checking if the two questions are correct
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Evaluate the expression below for x = 4, y = –5, and z = 2.3x^2 -4y+xzA.12B.36C.52D.76
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A model rocket is launched with an initial upward velocity of 202 ft/s. The rocket's height h (in feet) after t seconds is given by the following.h= 202t-16t^2Find all values of t for which the rocket's height is 82 feet.Round your answer(s) to the nearest hundredth.(If there is more than one answer, use the "or" button.)
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What is the simplified form of x+1/x^2+x-6 divided by x^2+5x+4/x+4
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Which additional information, if true, would help to prove that ΔLMP ≅ ΔNMP by HL? Check all that apply.1. Point P is the midpoint of MK.2. Line MK is the perpendicular bisector of LN.3. ML ≅ MP4. ML ≅ MN5. PK ≅ PK
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Dora has a pitcher with 11/12 quarts of apple juice. She pours an equal amount of the apple juice into 3 glasses. There is still 1/3 quart of apple juice remaining in the pitcher. How much apple juice, in quarts, is poured into each glass? (Show work please)(A) 1/9 (B) 11/36 (C) 7/36 (D) 7/12
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Help! I do t understand
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