The sum of two consecutive integers is between 5 and 9. What are the two integers? Tell the two numbers only.

4 plus 5 is 9 - that is too big for the same reason.

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Which of these ideas is not a central theory for modern biology?
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evolution
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gene theory **Weegy:** Creationism is not an idea for modern biology **User:** The principle of biological succession was developed by:
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Which of these ideas is not a central theory for modern biology?
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evolution
creationism
cell theory
gene theory **Weegy:** Creationism is not a central idea for modern biology
**User:** The principle of biological succession was developed by:
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Charles Darwin
James Hutton
Charles Lyell
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Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line parallel to y = 5x + 2, which passes through the point (4, 9).
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y = 5x - 11
y = -5x + 9
y = -1/5 - 11 **Weegy:** These two lines are neither perpendicular nor parallel. Look at the slopes of the lines. In this case they are 5 and -5. If they are the same, then the lines are parallel. If they are negative reciprocals, then the lines are perpendicular. (More)

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y = 5x - 11 is the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line parallel to y = 5x + 2, which passes through the point (4, 9).

Let y =5x + b , put (4,9) in the equation ,

9 = 5*4 + b

b = 9 - 20

b = -11

so y = 5x -11 .

Let y =5x + b , put (4,9) in the equation ,

9 = 5*4 + b

b = 9 - 20

b = -11

so y = 5x -11 .

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Write the equation y - 2 = 4(x + 5) in standard form.
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4x + y = 7
4x - y = 3
4x - y = -22

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Write the slope-intercept equation for the line through (3, 7) and (9, 3).
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y = -3/2 x + 7
y = -2/3 x + 9
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Write the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line parallel to y = 5x + 2, which passes through the point (4, 9).
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y = 5x - 11
y = -5x + 9
y = -1/5 - 11 (More)

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Updated 278 days ago|9/27/2014 5:22:20 AM

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y = 5x - 11 is the slope-intercept form of the equation of the line parallel to y = 5x + 2, which passes through the point (4, 9).

Let y = 5x + b , put (4 , 9)in it ,

9 = 5*4 + b

b = -11

so y = 5x -11 is the answer

Let y = 5x + b , put (4 , 9)in it ,

9 = 5*4 + b

b = -11

so y = 5x -11 is the answer

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