Use an inequality symbol (, , =) to compare 26 ____ 54 A. D.
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User: Use an inequality symbol (<, >, , =) to compare 26 ____ 54 A. < B. = C. > D.

Weegy: 26 < 54

User: Solve the equation: h/9 = 7. A. h = 7/9 B. h = 63 C. h = –63 D. h = 1 2/7

Weegy: h/9 = 7, h=7*9, h=63.
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User: Use an inequality symbol (<, >, =, ) to compare 5 + ( 4) _____ 14 + ( 13) A. B. < C. = D. >

Weegy: 26 < 54

User: Use an inequality symbol (<, >, =, ) to compare 5 + ( 4) _____ 14 + ( 13) A. B. < C. = D. >

Weegy: 26 < 54

User: Given the formula D = ABC, what is the formula for C? A. C = ABD B. C = AD ÷ C C. C = AB ÷ D D. C = D ÷ AB

Weegy: D = ABC

User: Given the formula D = ABC, what is the formula for C? A. C = ABD B. C = AD ÷ C C. C = AB ÷ D D. C = D ÷ AB

Weegy: D = ABC

User: Solve this inequality: 3p – 16 < 20. A. p < 11/3 B. p < 12 C. p < 1/3 D. p < –12

Weegy: 3p - 16 < 20; 3p - 16 + 16 < 20 + 16; 3p < 36; p < 36/3; p < 12
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User: Solve this problem: –282 – (+1,017) = ? A. 735 B. –1,299 C. 1,299 D. –735

Weegy: 282 ? (+1,017) = -1299.

User: Sue has a balance of \$35 in her checking account. She writes one check for \$10, and three checks for \$9 each. What is her balance now? A. \$18 B. –\$2 C. –\$11 D. \$54

Weegy: If you subtract \$10 and (3 x 9 =) \$27 from \$35 you are left with \$-2.

User: At the beginning of the month a store had a balance of \$554. During the month the store lost another \$600. What is the current balance? A. \$1,154 B. \$1,000 C. \$600 D. \$1,154

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Given the formula D = ABC, the formula for C = D/AB.
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At the beginning of the month a store had a balance of \$554. During the month the store lost another \$600. The current balance is: \$554 + \$600 = \$1154.

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