...: Your answer is correct. You could save a little work if you figure out 1/9 of the total first, then multiply by 5. 45 * 5/9 = (45/9) * 5 = 5 * 5...

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### Condense the expression to the logarithm of a single quantity. (Assume all variables are positive.)?

...subtraction of logs = log of division log3(9/t) --- Alternatively, you could figure out that 9 = 3^2 By definition of a log, log3(9) = log3(3^2) = 2 log3(3) = 2...

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1 Stone (st) = 14 Pounds (lbs) 5*14=705st = 70lbs

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JKL is congruent to JML (the reflexive property of congruence).

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Roughly speaking, the area is triangular (though one boundary is curved). The three vertices are (A) the intersection of y = x*sin(x) with the y-axis, which is at (0,0). (B) the intersection of y = -2x + 5 with the y-axis, which is at (0...

1 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/01/2021

8/6 = 21/f f = 6*21/8 f = 63/4 f = 15.75 8/6 = e/16 e = 8*16/6 e = 64/3 e =~ 21.333333333333333333333333333333

3 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 17/01/2021

...in relation, would by then represent exactly 0% of the long side, making the whole figure a degenerate triangle (angles of 90, 90 and 0). Such a triangle (with two...

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... B (middle) and A (top). I'll call the left end of the figure by the name D, and the right end E, so angle x is angle BEC...

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(a) Refer to the figure below. P₁ and P₂ are the initial and final positions...

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...p1^(z1),....,p_k^(z_k), say p| p_u^(z_u), where 1 ≤ u ≤ k. Suppose p figures as p_v^(z_v), in the prime decomposition of a. Then we must have p_v^(z_v...

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