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Which numbers belong to the domain of the relation {(–2, 4), (0, –3), (4, 7), (–2, 5)}? Choose all answers that are correct. A. –3 B. –2 C. 0 D. 4
The numbers belong to the domain of the relation {(–2, 4), (0, –3), (4, 7), (–2, 5)}: –2 and 4.
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The numbers belong to the domain of the relation {(–2, 4), (0, –3), (4, 7), (–2, 5)}: –2 and 4.
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Which forms the organic portion of soil? A. sand B. dead plants C. microorganisms D. clay
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Microorganisms forms the organic portion of soil .
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Which type of soil is the most porous? A. sand B. silt C. clay D. loam
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"Clay" is the most porous type of soil.

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Solve 2x + 9 = 33 A. 84 B. 7.5 C. 12 D. 21 User: What is the value of x? x/6 - 5 =13
Weegy: 15(2 - x) = 13(3 - x); 30 - 15x = 39 - 13x; -15x + 13x = 39 - 30; -2x = 9; x = -9/2 (More)
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Solution for x:
x/6 - 5 = 13
x/6 = 13 + 5
x/6 = 18
x = 18/6
x = 3
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Solution for x:
2x + 9 = 33
2x = 33 - 9
2x = 24
x = 24/2
x = 12
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Four friends go out to lunch and decide to split the bill evenly. The bill comes to $46.64. How much does each person owe? A. $11.66 B. $12 C. $9.33 D. $15.55
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Each person owe $11.66.
$46.64/4 = $11.66
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A box containing 20 books costs $297.20.
Weegy: Four large numbers and two small numbers 25, 50, 75, 100, 6 and 4 to make 297. User: The equation 14m = 400.40 can be used to find the cost per yard m, in dollars, of mulch. What is the value of m? m$= (More)
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Solution for m:
14m = 400.40
m = 400.40/14
m = 28.6
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