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Choose the correct translation for the following statement. -It is a minimum of three.
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Trisha needs 4 yards of fabric to do a project. If she already has of a yard of fabric, what is the minimum amount of fabric she must buy to be able to complete her project?
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A rectangular room must have a maximum area of 84 square feet. If the room is to be 8 feet wide, the longest the room can be is 10.5 feet.
Area = L*W = 10.5*8=84
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Sand or dust rubbing across the surface of rocks is called: User: what us deflation
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Deflation is a decline in general price levels, often caused by a reduction in the supply of money or credit. Deflation can also be brought about by direct contractions in spending, either in the form of a reduction in government spending, personal spending or investment spending. Deflation has often had the side effect of increasing unemployment in an economy, since the process often leads to a lower level of demand in the economy.

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Sand or dust rubbing across the surface of rocks is called: deflation abrasion subduction intrusion
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Sand or dust rubbing across the surface of rocks is called: ABRASION.
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