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1948 Times Tables
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1949 Times Tables
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1950 Times Tables
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Multiplication Tables from 201 to 250
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61 Times Tables
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62 Times Tables
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What is 19 to the Power of 85?
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66 Times Tables
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65 Times Tables
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67 Times Tables
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What are possible coordinates of point F if ΔDEF is congruent to ΔABC?
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Find the slope of the line that passes through the points (1, 7) and (3, 3).
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Miguel can use all or part of his $25 gift card to make a music purchase. Each song costs $1.50, and there is a $1.00 per account activation fee. Which inequalities can represent this situation if m is the number of songs he can buy?
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Scores on a test are normally distributed with a mean of 110 and a standard deviation of 19. What percentage of scores are greater than 167?A. 0.15%B. 0.3%C. 99.7%D. 99.85%
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Jane’s age is 5 years less than 3 times her brother’s age. Jane’s age is 11 minus her brother’s age. How old is Jane?A) 3B) 6C) 7D) 8
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for each pair of numbers, find a third whole number such that the three numbers form a pythagorean triple.33,5542,5860,65
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PLZ HEEEELP!!!!! 10 POINTS!!!!Chet has at most 20 hours a week available to work during the summer, dividing that time between making $3 an hour babysitting and $7 an hour working for a landscaping company. Chet needs to accumulate at least $84 per week.(a) Write a system of inequalities that describes the given conditions. (b) What are all the possible hours Chet can work babysitting and still earn at least $84?Thanks sooooo much! I can't thank you enough!
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a sports reportor said that 2 out of every 3 people at a home town base ball game named baseball vs their favorite sport the reporter claimed that baseball was the mostpopular sport in town which of th following explains why the reporters might not be trueA. only sixty percent of the people chose baseballB. the reporter only talked to people at the baseball gameC. only the people that the reporter talked to countedD. the reporter did not say what sport other people chose
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What are the values of d, e, and f?
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Which of the following investigations is an example of the study of an abiotic factor?A. the relationship between finch beak size and food availability on two different Galapagos IslandsB. observing interactions among various organisms in a rainforest canopyC. investigating how an elk population competes for foodD. identifying food sources for an egret populationE. investigating how the amount of annual precipitation affects the distribution of a tree species
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