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3k+m^2-4n-3m^2+k
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3k + m^2 - 4n - 3m^2 + k = 4k - 2m^2 - 4n
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A new school randomly assigns a six-character student code to every prospective student. The school uses the characters 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, X, Y, and Z. If none of the student codes contain a repeated character, what is the total number of codes that can be randomly assigned?
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A yogurt shop allows its customers to add, for no charge, 3 toppings to any yogurt purchased. If the store has 16 possible toppings, how many different 3-topping combinations can a customers choose?
Weegy: The answer is 560 combinations. User: The rules concerning the age a of a soccer player in a recreational league mandate that a player be 17 years of age or older. Which inequality BEST represents this situation? Weegy: C. a_>17 User: Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one. Which inequality BEST represents this situation? (More)
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2/7 x - 19 > -1. This represents "Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one."
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Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one. Which inequality BEST represents this situation?
Weegy: 2/7 x - 19 > -1. This represents "Nineteen less than two-sevenths times a number is more than negative one.". (More)
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