-6.59 written as a fraction is _____.
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Updated 10/26/2021 12:41:08 AM
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User: -6.59 written as a fraction is _____.

Weegy: 6.59 = 6 59/100.
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User: -0.8 written as a fraction is _____.

Weegy: -0.8 written as a fraction is -4/5.
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User: 0.135 written as a fraction is _____.

Weegy: 0.135 written as a fraction is 135/1000.
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Weegy: 0.38 written as a fraction is 19/50 .

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User: 0.9 written as a fraction is _____.

Weegy: 0.38 written as a fraction is 19/50 .

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User: -7 1/3written as a fraction is _____.

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-7 1/3 written as a fraction is - 22/3.

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-6, -4, -2, 0, 2, 4, 6 is the complete pattern.
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Weegy: 7 - (-4) + 3(-6) = 7 + 4 - 18 = 11 - 18 = -7 User: Select all of the expressions that are equal to 6. (More)
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Updated 275 days ago|7/19/2023 10:52:38 AM
Solution:
To simplify the expression 7 - (-4) + 3(-6), follow the order of operations, which is PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction):

-(-4) = 4
2. Next, perform multiplication:
3 * (-6) = -18
3. Now, substitute the results back into the expression:
7 + 4 - 18
4. Finally, perform addition and subtraction from left to right:
7 + 4 = 11
11 - 18 = -7

The simplified expression is -7.
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