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How are the academics in the U.S. different from the rest of the world? How are they similar?
The academics in the U.S. [ different from the rest of the world for these reasons: 1) Assignments are due throughout the semester2) Participation matters3) Understanding can be more important than memorization4) Being intellectually well-rounded is encouraged5) Work happens in groups ]
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The length of a rectangle varies inversely as the width.
The equation is in the form of l = k/w where k is the constant.
We were given the length of a rectangle is 20 ft. when the width is 8 ft, so k = lw = 20*8 = 160,
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