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Three points are collinear. always sometimes never
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User: Three points are collinear. always sometimes never

Weegy: Three points are collinear sometimes
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User: Two lines intersect in more than one point. always sometimes never

Weegy: Two lines NEVER intersect in more than one point.



User: The multiplication property of equality could be used to solve which of the following equations? (x+2)(x-3)=0 m +7 = -12 b ÷ (-2) = 18 -3 + y = 7

Weegy: -12, 10 can be plotted on a cartesian plane.
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Three points are SOMETIMES collinear.
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Find the distance between the points (-4, -5) and (3, -1).
Weegy: The distance between the points (-4 , -5) and (-1 , -1) is 5. User: Solve x 2 - 8x + 3 = 0 by completing the square. Which equation is used in the process? User: Which equation is used in the process? (More)
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The distance between the points (-4, -5) and (3, -1) is sqrt (7^2 + 4^2) = sqrt 65.
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x^2 - 8x + 3 = 0
x^2 - 8x + 16 - 13 = 0
(x - 4)^2 = 13 which is used in the process to complete the square.
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The multiplication property of equality could be used to solve which of the following equations? (x+2)(x-3)=0 m +7 = -12 b ÷ (-2) = 18 -3 + y = 7
Weegy: The multiplication property of equality could be used to solve -3 + y = 7. (More)
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The multiplication property of equality could be used to solve b ÷ (-2) = 18.
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