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Which one of the following numbers is a multiple of 8? A. 124 B. 27 C. 512 D. 98
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User: Which one of the following numbers is a multiple of 8? A. 124 B. 27 C. 512 D. 98





Weegy: C. 512
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User: What is the value of 12.5 × 107?

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6y – 20 = 2y – 4,
6y - 2y = -4 + 20,
4y = 16,
y = 16/4,
y = 4
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Solve the following inequality: 38 < 4x + 3 + 7 – 3x
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38 < 4x + 3 + 7 – 3x;

38 < x + 10;

x + 10 > 38;

x > 38 - 10;

x > 28


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Solve the following equation: 6y – 20 = 2y – 4.
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6y – 20 = 2y – 4,
6y - 2y = -4 + 20,
4y = 16,
y = 16/4,
y = 4
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