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Find the reciprocal: -212/13
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Asked 4/6/2014 10:19:06 AM
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User: Find the reciprocal: -212/13

Weegy: Reciprocal of -212/13 is 13/-212
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User: Find the absolute value of: -18.7

User: Find the absolute value of: 27.8

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Asked 4/6/2014 10:19:06 AM
Updated 4/8/2014 2:01:39 AM
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The absolute value of 27.8 is 27.8
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Solve -y/5 = 5
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The quotient of a number and 4 is 6. The number is 24.
24/4 = 6
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If the measure of one angle is 33°, the measure of its complementary angle is 90° - 33° = 57°
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