what is the greatest common factor of 2 and 8?
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Updated 3/30/2014 8:39:13 AM
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User: what is the greatest common factor of 2 and 8?

Weegy: The greatest common factor, or GCF, is the greatest factor that divides two numbers.

User: 4/5 x 6/7 =

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The greatest common factor of 2 and 8 is 2.
Confirmed by yumdrea [3/30/2014 2:30:02 PM]
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4/5 x 6/7 = 24/35
Confirmed by yumdrea [3/30/2014 2:30:41 PM]

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____ is an economic system characterized by public ownership of the means of production, the pursuit of collective goals, and centralized decision making. (Points : 5) a. Socialism b. Capitalism c. Communism d. A mixed economy
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Updated 3/30/2014 5:30:11 AM
Socialism is an economic system characterized by public ownership of the means of production, the pursuit of collective goals, and centralized decision making.
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what is1/9 + -3/5 =
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Updated 3/30/2014 7:03:39 AM
1/9 + (-3/5) = 5/45 - 27/45 = - 22/45
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [3/30/2014 7:28:56 AM]
1/9 + -3/5 = User: 1/10 - -5/3 =
Weegy: 3-3 = 0 User: 1/10 + -5/3 = (More)
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Updated 3/30/2014 7:01:27 AM
1/9 + -3/5 = -22/45

1/10 - -5/3 = -47/30
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1/10 + (-5/3) = 3/30 - 50/30 = - 47/30
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [3/30/2014 7:21:11 AM]
1/10 - (-5/3) = 3/30 + 50/30 = 53/30
Confirmed by andrewpallarca [3/30/2014 7:21:09 AM]
-3/8 x -5/7 User: -3/8 x -5/7 = User: 27/-3 =
Weegy: the next term in the following sequence? -3, 4, 11, 18, is 25 User: What is a quotient of 0/-5 Weegy: -5+n/3=0; n/3=5; n=5*3; n=15 User: 4 x y for X = 4, and y = 12 Weegy: So what would your question be? (More)
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Updated 3/30/2014 8:36:23 AM
-3/8 x -5/7 = 15/56
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/30/2014 8:38:30 AM]
27/-3 = -9
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/30/2014 8:38:31 AM]
The quotient of 0/-5 is 0.
Confirmed by jeifunk [3/30/2014 8:38:31 AM]
4 x y for X = 4, and y = 12
Weegy: So what would your question be? (More)
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Updated 3/30/2014 7:30:03 AM
4 x y

4(4)(12)

16(12)

= 192
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