x – 5x + 12x

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x – 5x + 12x = -4x + 12x = 8x

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What is the place value of the digit 5 in the number 6.3005? **Weegy:** The digit 5 in the number 6.3005 is ten thousandths.
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Applying PEMDAS, simplify these expressions
6 + 4(3^2) – 20

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6 + 4(3^2) – 20

= 6 + 4(9) - 20

= 6 + 36 - 20

= 42 - 20

= 22

= 6 + 4(9) - 20

= 6 + 36 - 20

= 42 - 20

= 22

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When 231/385 is reduced to its lowest term we get: **Weegy:** 3/5 is the answer. lowest term of 231/385 is 3/5 **User:** When 231/385 is reduced to its lowest term we get: (Points : 1)
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3/5
11/9
82/38 **Weegy:** 3/5 **User:** 12 is an example of (Points : 1)
an improper fraction
a mixed fraction
a whole number
a proper fraction **Weegy:** mixed fraction **User:** 2/3 is an example of (Points : 1)
an improper fraction
a mixed fraction
a whole number
a proper fraction **Weegy:** mixed fraction **User:** Divide 5 by – 2.5 and multiply the result by – 6. (Points : 1)
1/3
-12
6
12 **Weegy:** -12 **User:** Divide -2.5 by – 5 and multiply the result by – 6. (Points : 1)
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- 12
12
-3 **Weegy:** +3+2=5 **User:** 31. Divide -2.5 by – 5 and multiply the result by – 6 **Weegy:** Solution :
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12 is an example of a whole number .

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2/3 is an example of a proper fraction.

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