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All of the following became popular around the turn of the 20th century except
A.
European literature.
B.
professional baseball.
C.
vaudeville theater.
D.
amusement parks.

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Simplify 3x2 – 5x2 + 7x by combining like terms.
A.
–2x2 + 7x
B.
2x2 + 7x
C.
–2x2 – 7x
D.
2x2 – 7x
**Weegy:** 3x^(2)-5x^(2)+7x.
Since 3x^(2) and -5x^(2) are like terms, add -5x^(2) to 3x^(2) to get -2x^(2)....
-2x^(2)+7x.. So the answer is –2x2 + 7x. (More)

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Solve 3(x – 5) – 15 = 48.
A.
x = 20
B.
x = 26
C.
x = -4
D.
x = 14
**Weegy:** 3(x-5)-15 =48
3x -15 -15=48
3x-15+15-15+15=48+15+15
3x=78
3x/3 = 78/3
x=26
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Find g(–2) if g(x) = 4x + 3.
A.
19
B.
-11
C.
-8
D.
-5
**Weegy:**
g(–2) if g(x) = 4x + 3 ;
g(–2) = 4(-2) + 3 ;
g(–2) = -8 + 3 ;
g(–2) = -5
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Find f(–5) if f(x) = –8x – 1.
A.
-41
B.
39
C.
12
D.
-39
**Weegy:** -8(-5)-1....
Multiply -8 by each term inside the parentheses.
40-1...
Subtract 1 from 40 to get 39.
39....B) 39 is the answer. (More)

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You roll a twelve-sided die with the numbers 1 through 12 on the faces of the die. You roll the die once. Find the theoretical probability P(factor of 12).
A.
B.
C.
D.
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You roll a twelve-sided die with the numbers 1 through 12 on the faces of the die. You roll the die once. 1/2 is the theoretical probability P(factor of 12).

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