MATHEMATICS MIDDLE SCHOOL

When g=3,evaluate the expression 9g-4.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

23

Step-by-step explanation:

9g -4

Let g =3

9*3 -4

27 -4

23

Answer 2
Answer:

g=3

substitute 3 in for g:


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HIGH SCHOOL

A scientist wants to research the potential spread of germs by contact. she knows that the number of possible handshakes within a group of n people is given by the equation upper n equals one half left parenthesis n squared minus n right parenthesis . there are 105 people at a party. how many handshakes are​ possible?

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Given that the number of possible handshakes within a group of n people is given by the equation:



Given that there are 105 people at a party, the number of possible handshakes is given by:


MIDDLE SCHOOL

Choose the statement that is not always true. for a rhombus

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Answer:

equal sides


Step-by-step explanation:


the side aren't always the same



MIDDLE SCHOOL

Donald spends a total of $17.43 on peanuts that cost $2.49 per pound. How many pounds of peanuts does he buy? The equation that needs to be solved to find the quantity of peanuts is . Donald buys lb of peanuts.

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Answer:

is ($2.49) (?) = $17.43 and in the second slide goes 7

Step-by-step explanation:

plz give brainlist

Answer: 7

Step-by-step explanation: 17.43 divided by 2.49 = 7

MIDDLE SCHOOL

For an experiment, the temperature of a liquid must stay above 60°F . The starting temperature of the liquid is 90°F . It is placed in a cooler, which lowers its temperature 3°F each minute. Which statement describes how many minutes the liquid can stay in the cooler? A.The liquid must be in the cooler fewer than 10 minutes.
B.The liquid must be in the cooler fewer than 15 minutes.
C.The liquid must be in the cooler fewer than 30 minutes.
D.The liquid must be in the cooler fewer than 60 minutes.

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I think it is (A) because 3 every minute for 10 is 30 so the answer is (A) unless it is a language problem then it is (B)

Answer:

yeah it's a A i just did the test

Step-by-step explanation:

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is 25% of 2,500

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Hey there!

To find the percent of a number, simply do these steps: 

1. Change the percent you want to find, into a decimal. 
    So, 25% would equal to 0.25.

2. Multiply the decimal by the whole number. 
    So. 0.25 × 2,500 = 625.

Answer: 625

Hope this helps! Have a Brainly day! :D
- - Let's solve:

Convert 25% into a decimal which = to 0.25

2500*.25=625

625 is your final answer. 
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which number is farther from 0 on a number line -9 or 6

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If you are looking at a number line

-9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6
  
-9 is clearly farther away from zero

-9

-9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 ~0~ 1 2 3 4 5 6


HIGH SCHOOL

Solving quadratics by factoring 3x^2+33x+30=0

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3x^2+33x+30=0
3(x^2+11x+10)=0
3(x+10)(x+1)=0
x=-10,-1
3 • (x + 10) • (x + 1) = 0
x = -1 and -10
Hope this helps!!
HIGH SCHOOL

Homework Help: All of the following expressions are equivalent except _____. 2 - x
x - 2
-2 + x
x + (-2)

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x-2, -2+x and x+(-2) are all the sum of x and -2.
2-x is the sum of -x and 2.

All of the following expressions are equivalent except 2-x.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

What is b more than 6 in a algebraic expression

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Tbh I don’t even know
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