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7. What is 30% of 70?
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User: 7. What is 30% of 70?

Weegy: Hi. What is your question about 70?
rdsa77|Points 8703|

User: 7. 30% of 70? is

Weegy: Hi. What is your question about 70?
rdsa77|Points 8703|

User: 8. Simplify the expression below. -5-8

Weegy: The problem to solve is: -5-8 Because of the minus sign 5 becomes - 5 The answer is -5 -5-8 evaluates to -13 The final answer is -13
paral|Points 3670|

User: 9. Which property is illustrated by 6 x 5 = 5 x 6?

User: 10. Evaluate the expression for the given values of the variables. 4t + 2u2 – u3; t = 2 and u = 1

Weegy: 4t+2u?-u?, where t = 2 and u = 1 4(2)+2(1)?-(1)? 8+2-1 9 Solution: 9
selymi|Points 10296|

User: 11. Solve the inequality. Show your work. |r + 3| = 7

Weegy: Can you kindly clarify your question please.
bongche|Points 3864|

User: 11. Solve the inequality. |r + 3| = 7

User: What percent of 60 is 12?

User: Simplify the expression below. v169

Weegy: 13
scijoe21|Points 2275|

User: Sharon earns $25 per item she sells plus a base salary of $100 per week. Write and solve an inequality to find how many items she must sell to earn at least $700 per week. Provide your conclusion as a complete sentence.

Weegy: 100W + (25 x I) = 700. I being the number of items and W, the number of weeks.. So in order to earn 700 a week, she must sell 24 items a week.
brrittanyx|Points 15|

User: Simplify the expression below. –(–7y + 12)

Weegy: 7y-12 is the simplified expresion of -(-7y+12).
rachell028|Points 1014|

User: Solve the equation. 1/a = 6/18

User: Solve the equation. Show your work. 8x – 12 = 4x + 24

Weegy: 8x - 12 = 4x + 24. 8x - 4x = 24 + 12, 4x = 36, x = 9.
eturker|Points 2852|

User: Solve the inequality. Show your work. –6b > 42 or 4b > –4

Weegy: ?6b > 42 then, b -4 b > -1 then, b -1 is the answer.
Theazue|Points 90|

User: Write an algebraic expression for the phrase: 6 more than the product of 8 and n.

User: Solve the equation. Show your work. 45 = 3b + 69

Weegy: b is equal to 8. You will get this by: 45 = 3b+69 3b = 69-45 3b = 24 (divide both side by 3) b = 8
rachell028|Points 1014|

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30% of 70 is 21.
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