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|6| - |-6| = 6 + 6 = 12

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The product of two irrational numbers is_____
rational. **Weegy:** The multiplicative inverse of -3 is -1/3. **User:** The product of two irrational numbers is_________
rational. **Weegy:** The multiplicative inverse of -3 is -1/3. **User:** The product of two irrational numbers is_____ rational. **Weegy:** The multiplicative inverse of -3 is -1/3. **User:** The number line is a graph of the _____.
real numbers
integers
rational numbers **Weegy:** The number line is a graph of the real numbers. **User:** What number is 7 units to the left of -1?
6
-6
-8
8 **Weegy:** -8 is 7 units left of -1. **User:** Choose the true statement.
-8 8
-8 = 8 **Weegy:** The true statement is -8 **User:** Choose the true statement.
-2 -3
-2 = -3 **Weegy:** The true statement is -2 > -3. **User:** Complete the pattern.
___, ___, ___, 0, 2, 4, 6
-1, -2, -3
-2, -4, -6
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-6.59 written as a fraction is _____. **Weegy:** 6.59 = 6 59/100.
**User:** -0.8 written as a fraction is _____. **Weegy:** -0.8 written as a fraction is -4/5. **User:** 0.135 written as a fraction is _____. **Weegy:** 0.135 written as a fraction is 135/1000. **User:** 0.9 written as a fraction is _____.
1 **Weegy:** 0.38 written as a fraction is 19/50 . **User:** 0.9 written as a fraction is _____. **Weegy:** 0.38 written as a fraction is 19/50 . **User:** -7 1/3written as a fraction is _____. (More)

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-7 1/3 written as a fraction is - 22/3.

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Simplify 7 - (-4) + 3(-6).
**Weegy:** 7 - (-4) + 3(-6) = 7 + 4 - 18 = 11 - 18 = -7 **User:** Select all of the expressions that are equal to 6. (More)

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Solution:

To simplify the expression 7 - (-4) + 3(-6), follow the order of operations, which is PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction):

1. Start with the operation inside the parentheses:

-(-4) = 4

2. Next, perform multiplication:

3 * (-6) = -18

3. Now, substitute the results back into the expression:

7 + 4 - 18

4. Finally, perform addition and subtraction from left to right:

7 + 4 = 11

11 - 18 = -7

The simplified expression is -7.

To simplify the expression 7 - (-4) + 3(-6), follow the order of operations, which is PEMDAS (Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication/Division, Addition/Subtraction):

1. Start with the operation inside the parentheses:

-(-4) = 4

2. Next, perform multiplication:

3 * (-6) = -18

3. Now, substitute the results back into the expression:

7 + 4 - 18

4. Finally, perform addition and subtraction from left to right:

7 + 4 = 11

11 - 18 = -7

The simplified expression is -7.

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The expressions that are equal to 6.

|6|, |-6|, |0-6|, |-2| x |3|

|6|, |-6|, |0-6|, |-2| x |3|

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The Indus people were _____-speaking people.
Indu
Indo-European
Iranian **Weegy:** The Indus people were Indo-European-speaking people. **User:** Which is NOT a Celtic language?
Welsh
Breton
Greek **Weegy:** Greek is not a Celtic language.
**User:** Which language is NOT a Germanic language?
English
French
German **Weegy:** French is not a Germanic language. **User:** Anglo-Saxon words make up what fraction of the most commonly used words in our language?
four-fifths
two-fifths
one-fourth **Weegy:** Anglo-Saxon words make up four-fifths of the most commonly used words in our language. **User:** Which of the following languages descended from Latin?
Spanish
German
English **Weegy:** Spanish is descended from Latin. **User:** Old English syntax relied upon _____.
word endings
word order **Weegy:** Old English syntax relied upon word endings. **User:** The Germanic base of English was brought to England by which of the following groups? Select all that apply.
Angles
Saxons
Romans
Normans
Jutes
Greeks **Weegy:** The Germanic base of English was brought to Britain by the Angles, the Saxons, and the Jutes. **User:** According to the text, Latin made a(n)_______
contribution to the English language. **Weegy:** According to the text, Latin made a significant contribution to the English language. **User:** Language experts are in agreement on where the Proto-Indo-European languages came from.
True
False **Weegy:** Language experts are in agreement on where the Proto-Indo-European languages came from. FALSE. **User:** Chaucer was an important fourteenth century poet who helped shape what we think of as Middle English.
True
False (More)

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Chaucer was an important fourteenth century poet who helped shape what we think of as Middle English. TRUE.

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Interpret the analogy.
noun:gerund::adjective:______
adverb
verbal
verb
participle **Weegy:** noun : gerund :: adjective : participle. **User:** A_______
is a verb form ending in -ing and used as a noun. **Weegy:** A participle is a verb form ending in -ing and used as an adjective. **User:** A______
is a verb form ending in -ing and used as an adjective. **Weegy:** A verb form ending in -ing used as an adjective is a PARTICIPLE. **User:** Match the word to its degree of comparison.
1. better
comparative
2. good
positive
3. best
superlative **Weegy:** 1. Better - comparative 2. Best - superlative 3. Good - positive. **User:** Match the word to its degree of comparison.
1. worst
superlative
2. worse
comparative
3. bad
positive
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Words matched to degree of comparison:

1. worst: superlative

2. bad: positive

3. worse: comparative.

1. worst: superlative

2. bad: positive

3. worse: comparative.

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