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How many terms are in the expression shown below? a2 - ab + 8b + b2 - 1 a.2 b.3 c.4 d5
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User: How many terms are in the expression shown below? a2 - ab + 8b + b2 - 1 a.2 b.3 c.4 d5

Weegy: b.3
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User: Simplify -|-7 + 4|. a.-11 b.-3 c.3 d.11

Weegy: d. 11
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User: Simplify 8 - (-5) - 4(-7). a.-63 b.-15 c.41 d.68

Weegy: d. 69
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User: 69 is not one of the answers

Weegy: sorry, 68
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User: Integers are _____ rational numbers. a.always b.sometimes c.never

Weegy: always
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User: which of the following expressions are equivalent to 0.36. a.(0.6)2 b.(-0.3) + (-0.06) c.|-3 + 2.64| d.-(-0.36) e.2x - 0.64x

Weegy: d
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User: is d the only expression equivalent to 0.36?

Weegy: i think so.
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User: Simplify 7m - 11n - n + 5m. a.12m - 12n b.12m - 11 c.12m2 - 12n2 d.mn

Weegy: D. mn
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User: Find the value of 48 - 32 ÷ 4 · 2. a.8 b.32 c.40 d.44

Weegy: c.40
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User: Simplify 8 - {x - (5 + x)}. a.3 b.13 c.-2x + 3 d.-2x + 13

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There are 5 terms in the expression a^2 - ab + 8b + b^2 - 1.
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-|-7 + 4| = - |-3| = -3
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8 - (-5) - 4(-7)
= 8 + 5 + 28
= 13 + 28
= 41
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Expressions equivalent to 0.36 are: (0.6)^2, |-3 + 2.64|, -(-0.36).
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7m - 11n - n + 5m
= (7m + 5m) + (-11n - n)
= 12m - 12n
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48 - 32 ÷ 4 · 2
= 48 - 8 · 2
= 48 - 16
= 32
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8 - {x - (5 + x)}
= 8 - (x - 5 - x)
= 8 - (-5)
= 8 + 5
= 13
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