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How do you simplify #sqrt(24/26)#?

How do you solve the inequality #32.4 >= 6c
#?

How do you solve for a in #sqrta + 9 = b + 3 #?

What is the ratio of 9 to 3?

Mark has a box that is #3 1/2# feet high, #4 2/7# feet wide and 5 feet long. Jeff has a box that measures 4 feet along each edge. Whose box has the greater volume? By how much?

Speed distance time?

Explain ionic balancing with an example?

How do you solve #9.1 / 7 = N/ 5#?

Whats three consecutive even integers whose sum is 54?

What is the slope of the line passing through #(1,1); (4,8)#?

How do you factor by grouping # x^2xx+1 #?

How do you foil #(x9)(x2)#?

How do you solve #11c  2( 2c + 1) = 3( c  6)#?

What number is 32% of 50?

What is the equation for the line that contains the point #(2,3)# and is parallel to the line #2x+y=6#?

How do you evaluate #(7)(2)9#?

How do you multiply #(x7)/(x^2+9x+20)*(x+4)/(x^249)#?

A bag contains 5 red, 3 brown,6 yellow, and 2 blue marbles. Once a marble is selected, it is not replaced. Find the probability of pulling a red marble, and then a blue marble?

What is the volume? and how to change the unit of the following question? I'm not sure about the (b) part.

What is the slope of any line perpendicular to the line passing through #(30,39)# and #(18,10)#?

How do you solve for x in #5x+3>2x9#?

What is the distance between #(7, 4)# and #(10, 8)
#?

How do you evaluate #\frac{1}{8}(\frac{5}{12})#?

How do you evaluate #4+ (  41)  (  3)#?

How do you solve x+y=6 and xy=2?

What is the distance between #(1, 4)# and #(–3, –2)#?

What is to common denominators of 8 and 7 ?

There are five children who each want puppies. The animal shelter had 22 puppies. The children have agreed to share the puppies equally. What is the largest number of puppies each child could get?

How many #g# are equal to #345.7 mg#?

If the velocity changes from 10 m/s to 12 m/s in one second, what is the acceleration?

What is #6:2(1+2)#, using order of operations?

What is the slope of the line that contains the points (2, 1) and (0, 3)?

How do you divide #6\div \frac { 1} { 3} #?