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Throughout this course so far, you've seen "check for a reasonable answer" as part of a problem that you've been assigned. Explain, in your own words, what it means to "check for a reasonable answer."
(Points : 2) **Weegy:** To "check for a reasonable answer" basically means to check it making sure your answer makes sense. {In math check it by subtracting one of the numbers you added by the sum and if it is the same number that you added, than it is correct.}
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Throughout this course so far, you've seen "check for a reasonable answer" as part of a problem that you've been assigned. Explain, in your own words, what it means to "check for a reasonable answer."
**Weegy:** To "check for a reasonable answer" basically means to check it making sure your answer makes sense. {In math check it by subtracting one of the numbers you added by the sum and if it is the same number that you added, than it is correct.}
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The formula F=9/5C 32 is used to convert temperatures between Celsius and Fahrenheit degrees. What is the temperature in Degrees Celsius that is equivalent to -4 Fahrenheit?(Points : 2)
**Weegy:** -4.5 Fahrenheit is -20.778 degree Celsius. (More)

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In the expression shown below, which number is the coefficient?
5.28 x 10^3 **Weegy:** 10^3 is the coefficient. (More)

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Evaluate 3 + [4 - 2(4 - 6)] using the correct order of operations.

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3 + [4 - 2(4 - 6)]

= 3 + [4 - 2(-2)]

= 3 + [4 + 4]

= 3 + 8

= 11

= 3 + [4 - 2(-2)]

= 3 + [4 + 4]

= 3 + 8

= 11

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