Pronouns used as subjects or subject complements are in the nominative case.
True
False

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Pronouns used when asking questions are interrogative pronouns.
True
False User: Determine the use of the prepositional phrase in the following sentence.
The car beside the old bus is Jenny's.
adjective
adverb

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Updated 1/1/2015 7:40:47 PM

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Pronouns used when asking questions are interrogative pronouns. This is TRUE.

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The car beside the old bus is Jenny's. The prepositional phrase "beside the old bus" is used as an ADJECTIVE.

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Peggy had three times as many quarters as nickels. She had $1.60 in all. How many nickels and how many quarters did she have?
If the variable n represents the number of nickels, then which of the following expressions represents the number of quarters?
n/3
n
n + 3
3n **Weegy:** Answer is d. 3n **User:** Ralph is 3 times as old as Sara. In 6 years, Ralph will be only twice as old as Sara will be then. Find Ralph's age now.
Ralph's age is _____.
6
12
18
24 **Weegy:** c. 18 **User:** Which of the following are equivalent to 160%?
0.16
1.6
1
**Weegy:** 1.60 **User:** Which of the following are equivalent to 160%?
0.16
1.6
1 3/5
5/8 **User:** Which of the following represents "ten times the sum of a number and fourteen is equal to nine times the number"?
10(N + 14) = 9N
10(9N + 14) = N
10(N + 9N) = 14 **User:** If 6 times a certain number is added to 8, the result is 32.
Which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem?
6x = 32
6(x + 8) = 32
6x = 8 + 32
6x + 8 = 32 **User:** Solve for x.
-3x = -15
x = -5
x = 5
x = -45 **Weegy:** -3x = -15; x = -15/-3; x = 5 **User:** In the solution of the equation 5 - 3x = 2x + 9, 3x is added to the equation first. Which of the following should be done next?
add -9
add -5
add -2x **Weegy:** add -9 **User:** Solve for x.
x/2= -5
x = 5/2
x = -5/2
x = -10 **User:** Solve for x.
x/2 = -5
x = 5/2
x = -5/2
x = -10 **User:** Find two consecutive integers whose sum is 67.
Which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem?
2x = 67
2x + 1 = 67
2x + 2 = 67
x^2 + 1= 67 **Weegy:** To find two consecutive integers whose sum is 67 use the equation 2x + 1= 67 **User:** Misha increased her test score from 60% to 80%. What was the approximate percent increase of Misha's test score?
25%
33%
66%
75% **Weegy:** b.33% **User:** Solve for x.
5x - 1 = 26
x = 27/5
x = 5
x = -5 **Weegy:** 5x - 1 = 26 5x = 27 x = 27/5 = 5 2/5 **User:** Ralph is 3 times as old as Sara. In 6 years, Ralph will be only twice as old as Sara will be then. Find Ralph's age now.
If x represents Sarah's age now, which of the following expressions represents Ralph's age in six years?
2x
6x
2x + 6
3x + 6 **Weegy:** The answer is 3x ... (More)

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Updated 1/3/2015 6:16:17 PM

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1 · x - x/1

= x - x

= 0

= x - x

= 0

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5(2x - 1) = 6

10x- 5 = 6

10x = 6 + 5

10x = 11

x = 11/10

10x- 5 = 6

10x = 6 + 5

10x = 11

x = 11/10

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Confirmed by yumdrea [1/3/2015 7:05:59 PM]

Solve for x.
5(2x - 1) = 6
x = 1/10
x = 11/10
x = 1/2 **Weegy:** 5(2x - 1) = 6 10x - 5 = 6 10x = 11 x = 11/10 (More)

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Simplify 1 · x - x/1.
0
1
x **Weegy:** (x - 4)(x + 3) = x^2 + 3x -4x - 12 = x^2 - x - 12 **User:** Solve for B.
R = x(A + B)
B = (R - A)/x
B = (A - Rx)/x
B = (R - Ax)/x **User:** Peggy had three times as many quarters as nickels. She had $1.60 in all. How many nickels and how many quarters did she have?
Which of the following equations could be used to solve the problem?
n + 3n = 1.60
n + 3n = 160
5n + 75n = 1.60
5n + 75n = 160 **Weegy:** D.5n+ 75n= 160 **User:** Solve for x.
-3x = -15
x = -5
x = 5
x = -45 **Weegy:** -3x = -15; x = -15/(-3); x = 5; (More)

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Updated 1/5/2015 6:30:00 PM

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1 · x - x/1

= x - x

= 0

= x - x

= 0

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Confirmed by sujaysen [1/8/2015 6:31:55 AM]

Solve for x.
x/2= -5
x = 5/2
x = -5/2
x = -10

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