MATHEMATICS HIGH SCHOOL

What is the following sum? 5(3 sqrt)+9(3 sqrt)

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Answer 1
Answer: This is the concept of arithmetic, we are required to calculate the following;
5sqrt(3)+9sqrt(3)
Here we shall take the two terms to be like terms;
thus;
5sqrt(3)+9sqrt(3)
=14sqrt(3)
Thus the answer is:
14sqrt(3)
Answer 2
Answer:

Answer:

Step-by-step explanation:

we have

Factor the term

Combine like terms


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

given the triangle below, which of the following is a correct statement cot < B = 6/5, csc < C = 3/4, cot < C = 8/5, csc < B = 4/3

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I'm sorry but I don't see the triangle. Post another one with it please
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What is the maximum percentage of net spendable income that should be set aside for transportation? A) 15%
B) 25%
C) 30%
D) 20%

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A. 15% the maximum percentage of the spendable income that should be set aside for transportation is 15%.

PLATO ANSWER: 20%

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HIGH SCHOOL

A square garden has an area of 103 square feet. To the nearest tenth, what is the length of one side of the garden?

A.
51.5 feet

B.
25.8 feet

C.
10.1 feet

D.
7.2 feet

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To the nearest tenth one side of the garden would be a.51.5 feet
MIDDLE SCHOOL

7 less than 4 times b

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So if your intention is to put this into the form of an expression, then it would be 4b - 7 since it is supposed to be 7 less than (subtract) 4 times b(4b, or 4 x b). 
Hope this helps!
Answer is =4b-7 or 4(b)-7
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