3/16
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To compare the fractions 3/16 and 3/19, we need to find a common denominator.

The least common multiple of 16 and 19 is 304.

So, we can convert 3/16 to an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 304:

3/16 = (3/16) * (19/19) = 57/304

And we can convert 3/19 to an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 304:

3/19 = (3/19) * (16/16) = 48/304

Now we can see that 57/304 is greater than 48/304, so:

3/16 > 3/19

The least common multiple of 16 and 19 is 304.

So, we can convert 3/16 to an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 304:

3/16 = (3/16) * (19/19) = 57/304

And we can convert 3/19 to an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 304:

3/19 = (3/19) * (16/16) = 48/304

Now we can see that 57/304 is greater than 48/304, so:

3/16 > 3/19

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Solution:

(x^3y^-2y)^-2(5x^-5)^-2

(x^3y^-2y)^-2(5x^-5)^-2 = (x^3 / y^4)^-2 (1 / 5^2x^5)^-2

(y^4 / x^3)^2 (5^2x^5 / 1)^2

y^8 / x^6 * 25x^10

25y^8 / x^-6

= x^6 / 25y^8

(x^3y^-2y)^-2(5x^-5)^-2

(x^3y^-2y)^-2(5x^-5)^-2 = (x^3 / y^4)^-2 (1 / 5^2x^5)^-2

(y^4 / x^3)^2 (5^2x^5 / 1)^2

y^8 / x^6 * 25x^10

25y^8 / x^-6

= x^6 / 25y^8

Added 218 days ago|5/7/2023 2:18:29 AM

how can i find the amount of aspirin to give a child of age 10
if the usual adult dosqge is 325 milligrams?
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Updated 1/28/2012 10:43:02 AM

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Aspirin should not be given to children. Epidemiological research has shown an association between the development of Reye's Syndrome and the use of aspirin (a salicylate compound) for treating the symptoms of influenza-like illnesses, chicken pox, colds, etc.

The U.S. Surgeon General, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that aspirin and combination products containing aspirin not be given to children under 19 years of age during episodes of fever-causing illnesses.

The U.S. Surgeon General, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the American Academy of Pediatrics recommend that aspirin and combination products containing aspirin not be given to children under 19 years of age during episodes of fever-causing illnesses.

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19/22+(-1/2)= **Weegy:** (19 / 22) + ((-1) / 2) = 0.363636364 (More)

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Updated 1/28/2012 5:38:44 AM

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19/22+(-1/2) = 19/22 - 1/2 = 19/22 - 11/22 = 8/22 = 4/11

Added 1/27/2012 2:52:36 PM

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Hi, debnjerry. Our answers are equal. The only difference is that mine is in decimal from and yours is in fraction form. Should my answer have been flagged?

Added 1/28/2012 5:24:31 AM

Nose, when the question is in fraction form, the answer should be in fraction too. If the user ask you to convert to decimal, then convert it. You can check it here.

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d. Assets $ liabilities $38,345, net worth $52,654
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**User:** d. if the Assets are blank amount $ and the liabilities are $38,345, what would be the net worth of $52,654?
**Weegy:** Assets = Liabilities + Owners equity (Net Worth). In this case Assets = $38,345+52,654 = $90,999. (More)

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