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5=8+x
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Asked 3/5/2014 2:09:10 AM
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User: 5=8+x

Weegy: |x| = x is TRUE.
alfred123|Points 9586|

User: Different ethical theories (Points : 1) can never offer useful information. must always contradict each other. can agree that certain acts are morally justified. always agree that certain acts are morally justified.

Weegy: C. can agree that certain acts are morally justified.
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5 = 8 + x

x = -3
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Weegy: The answer for : (x^8+x^4)/x is (x^4+x^8)/x = sum_(n=-infinity)^infinity (piecewise | 1 | n = 7 2 | n = 0 7 | n = 6 10 | n = 1 21 | n = 5 24 | n = 2 35 | n = 4 36 | n = 3) (-1+x)^n (More)
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5 = 8 + x

x = -3
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5=8+x what x=
Weegy: The answer for : (x^8+x^4)/x is (x^4+x^8)/x = sum_(n=-infinity)^infinity (piecewise | 1 | n = 7 2 | n = 0 7 | n = 6 10 | n = 1 21 | n = 5 24 | n = 2 35 | n = 4 36 | n = 3) (-1+x)^n (More)
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5=8+x

-x = 8 - 5

-x = 3

x = -3
Added 3/5/2014 2:53:44 AM
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