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For a right to be clearly established for purposes of defeating a claim of qualified immunity, the right must be sufficiently clear that a reasonable official would understand that what they are doing violates the right. (Points : 2) True False
Weegy: TRUE: In order to conclude that the right which the official allegedly violated is "clearly established," the contours of the right must be sufficiently clear that a reasonable official would understand that what he is doing violates that right. [ - ] (More)
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Perform the indicated operation. When no operation is indicated, simplify the rational expression completely (3x2-8)-(5x)/(18x)-(30)
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multiply 8x^2/x^2-9*x^2+6x+9/16x^3
Weegy: Solving 9 + 8x = 86 + x Solving for variable 'x'. Move all terms containing x to the left, [ [ all other terms to the right. Add '-1x' to each side of the equation. 9 + 8x + -1x = 86 + x + -1x Combine like terms: 8x + -1x = 7x 9 + 7x = 86 + x + -1x Combine like terms: x + -1x = 0 9 + 7x = 86 + 0 9 + 7x = 86 Add '-9' to each side of the equation. 9 + -9 + 7x = 86 + -9 Combine like terms: 9 + -9 = 0 0 + 7x = 86 + -9 7x = 86 + -9 Combine like terms: 86 + -9 = 77 7x = 77 Divide each side by '7'. x = 11 Simplifying x = 11 ] ] User: Multiply 8x2/(x2-9) multiply by (x2+6x+9)/16x3 (More)
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Simplify completely 8x2/(x2-9)multiply by (x2+6x+9)/16x3
Weegy: The answer is x^5(x^2+6x+9)/2(x^2-9). (More)
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