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Solve the equation. |-11| + 52 = 50y - |-31| - 49y
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Updated 4/4/2014 2:47:35 PM
|-11| + 52 = 50y - |-31| - 49y;

11 + 52 = y - 31;

63 = y - 31;

-y = -31 - 63;

-y = -94;

y = 94
Simplify the expression. -(7v - 9) - 15 A. -7v - 24 B. -7v - 6 C. -7v + 24 D. -7v + 6
Weegy: B. -7v - 6 -(7v - 9) - 15 = -7v + 9 - 15 = -7v - 6 User: Simplify the expression. 8(2x - 4) - 6(x - 1) A. -32x - 26 B. 10x - 5 C. 10x - 38 D. 10x - 26 User: You have the numbers 1–24 written on slips of paper. If you choose one slip at random, what is the probability that you will not select a number which is divisible by 3 Weegy: 8 numbers in that sequence are divisible by 3, therefore 16 are not divisible by 3. The probability that you will NOT select a number divisible by 3 is 16/24, which can be reduced to 2/3 User: The probability of the complement of an event is ____ less than the probability of the event itself. A. sometimes B. always C. never User: In a word game, you choose a tile from a bag, replace it, and then choose another. If there are 21 vowels and 15 consonants, what is the probability you will choose a consonant and then a vowel Weegy: The probability of a consonant is 15/(21+15), and the probability of a vowel is 21/(21+15). The probability of drawing them in sequence (with replacement) is p(sequence) = (15/36)(21/36) = (5/12)(7/12) p(sequence) = 35/144 User: Name the property the equation illustrates. 8 + 3.4 = 3.4 + 8 (More)
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Updated 3/6/2013 5:40:28 AM
8(2x - 4) - 6(x - 1)
= 16x - 32 - 6x + 6
= 10x - 26
What is the term used to describe the energy needed to get a reaction started? A. adhesion energy B. activation energy C. cohesion energy D. chemical energy
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Updated 4/25/2015 1:38:59 PM
Activation energy is the term used to describe the energy needed to get a reaction started.
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What is the body's last and most complicated line of defense against infection? A. digestive system B. immune system C. circulatory system D. endocrine system User: The diseases ringworm and athlete's foot are caused by A. bacteria. B. parasitic worms. C. fungi. D. viruses.
Weegy: The diseases ringworm and athlete's foot are caused by: fungi. User: Which of the following does not cause infectious diseases? A. protozoa B. fungi C. white blood cells D. viruses Weegy: White blood cells do not cause infectious diseases. User: Which of the following is an infectious disease? A. cancer B. flu C. heart disease D. all of the above Weegy: Flu is an infectious disease. User: Which of the following cause infectious diseases? A. genetic disorders B. toxic chemicals C. air pollutants D. microorganisms Weegy: Microorganisms cause infectious diseases. User: Maria has never exercised regularly. She is concerned that if she does not begin exercising regularly her personal habits could A. make her more susceptible to injury. B. lead to a lifestyle disease. C. increase her need for sleep. D. shorten her lifespan Weegy: Maria has never exercised regularly. She is concerned that if she does not begin exercising regularly her personal habits could lead to a lifestyle disease. (More)
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Updated 2/21/2016 4:52:09 PM
The body's last and most complicated line of defense against infection is the: immune system.
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