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A. 3.4 ft B. 0.4 ft C. 2.3 ft D. 2.6 ft User: In the diagram, the figures are similar. What is x?A. 3.4 ft B. 0.4 ft C. 2.3 ft D. 2.6 ft User: What is the solution of the equation? 3 = b + 3 A. 0 B. 1 C. 9 D. 6
Weegy: 33.333333 repeater User: What is the solution of the equation? 3 = b + 3 Weegy: (More)
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Updated 4/22/2014 8:33:45 PM
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3 = b + 3
b = 3 - 3
b = 0
The solution for the equation 3 = b + 3 is b = 0.
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What is the solution of the equation? 16 = –d + 6 A. 10 B. –10 C. –9 D. –15
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Updated 1/4/2013 4:10:01 PM
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16 = –d + 6
d = 6 - 16
d = -10
The solution for the equation 16 = –d + 6 is -10.
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16 = –d + 6
Weegy: Hi, How can I help you? User: 16 = –d + 6 solve equation User: School guidelines require that there must be at least 2 chaperones for every 25 students going on a school trip. How many chaperones must there be for 80 students? A. 6 chaperones B. 40 chaperones C. 3 chaperones D. 7 chaperones Weegy: C. 3 chaperone User: Aimi is making Valentine’s Day cards for everyone in her class. She plans to use a whole sheet of paper for each of her 6 closest friends. She will use of a sheet of paper for everyone else in the class. She has 34 sheets of paper. How many of the smaller cards can she make? A. 3 cards B. 4 cards C. 272 cards D. 224 cards Weegy: The answer is B. An outline is the skeleton and the research paper is the body. An outline is the base on which the rest of the paper is built upon, much like a skeleton is the base on which the rest of our body is built upon. User: What is the solution of the equation? 2 = 6p - 8 - 5p A. –10 B. –6 C. 2 D. 10 Weegy: D. 10 User: What is the solution of the equation b+6/5=10 (More)
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Updated 1/5/2013 8:34:41 AM
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16 = –d + 6
d = 6 - 16
d = -10
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b+6/5=10
b = 10 - 6/5
b = 44/5 or 8 4/5
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What is the sum?–7 + 5
Weegy: Do you have a math question? User: What is the sum? –7 + 5 A. –2 B. 12 C. –12 D. 2 (More)
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Updated 3/2/2014 6:30:51 PM
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-7 + 5 = -2
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Simplify the expression below. 6n2 - 5n2 7n2
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Updated 176 days ago|10/31/2016 12:15:34 AM
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6y – 8 = 10;
6y = 10 + 8;
6y = 18;
y = 18/6;
y = 3
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