On a standard number line, the reference point is usually _____. A. 0 B. 1 C. upwards D. to the right

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User:
On a standard number line, the reference point is usually _____.
A. 0
B. 1
C. upwards
D. to the right

Weegy: The answer is zero. The property is identity property of addition. This property states that any number plus 0 equals that number.
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User:
(6, -3) is an example of a _____.
A. 1-dimensional reference point
B. 2-dimensional reference point
C. 1-dimensional coordinate point
D. 2-dimensional coordinate point

Weegy: At the start of the year, the price for a gallon of milk at a local grocery store increased by 2.4% as a result of inflation .If a gallon of milk cost $2.92 last year, about how much does it cost this year?
B$2.99 User: Nate's older brother Mickey has been looking for an old used car just to drive to work. An advertisement in the paper is offering a car listed at $899.95 for sale at 25 percent off. The best estimate of the sale price is ____________.
A. $675
B. $720
C. $750
D. $775
Weegy: 899.95-(899.95*.25)=674.96. The best estimate of the sale price is A. $675. (More)

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