The integer 4 is considered all of the following except

The integer 4 is considered all of the following except a variable.

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The integer 4 is considered all of the following except a variable.

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g2 - h

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g^2 - h = g^2 - h

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Which of the following statements would not translate to the equation 8 ÷ x = -4?

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Statements that would not translate to the equation 8 ÷ x = -4: The solution of a number divided by eight is negative four.

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Which of the following expressions could be used to represent "three less than half a number"?

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et the number be x.The expression used to represent this problem is;

3<1/2x.

3<1/2x.

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If the third term in an arithmetic sequence is 7 and the common difference is -5, what is the value of the fourth term?

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Turning it into a decimal requires Dividing the numerator by the denominator

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Turning it into a decimal requires Dividing the numerator by the denominator. TRUE.

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