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What is the best definition for the underlined word based on the following sentence: "Many African Americans were languished by their inequality, feeling the effects of their oppression." A. Excited B. Disgusted C. Weakened D. Accepting
"Many African Americans were languished by their inequality, feeling the effects of their oppression." The best definition for the word languished is: Weakened.
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"Many African Americans were languished by their inequality, feeling the effects of their oppression." The best definition for the word languished is: Weakened.

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Weegy: 2(x – 3) + 5x = 5(2x + 6); 2x - 6 + 5x = 10x + 30 ; 7x - 6 = 10x + 30 ; 7x - 10x = 30 + 6 ; -3x = 36 ; x = 36/-3 ; x = -12 User: Find the value of n in the equation 6.2n – 3.7n = 85 + 45. A. 13.13 B. 16 C. 52 D. 325 (More)
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There are two factories in the town of Lemming. Factory A has 4 times as many workers as Factory B. Factory A has 1,160 workers. How many workers does Factory B have? A. 1,450 B. 5,800 C. 4,640 D. 290
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Factory A has 4 times as many workers as Factory B. Factory A has 1,160 workers. Factory B has 290 workers.
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Solve the system of equations 3y + 2z = 12 and y – z = 9. A. y = 6, z = 15 B. y = –6, z = 15 C. y = 6, z = –3 D. y = 24, z = 15
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Updated 12/12/2017 1:53:18 AM
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3y + 2z = 12

y – z = 9



y = z + 9

3(z + 9) + 2z = 12

3z + 27 + 2z = 12

5z + 27 = 12

5z = 12 - 27

5z = -15

z = -15/5

z = -3



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y = 9 - 3

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Solve the system of equations 2x + 3y = 40 and –2x + 2y = 20. A. x = –10, y = 20 B. x = 10, y = 20 C. x = 2, y = 12 D. x = –6, y = 4
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2x + 3y = 40
–2x + 2y = 20

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x = 2

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