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True

False

Answer: False Axioms=a statement or principle that requires no proof because its truth is obvious

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false

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Which number sentence is true? BRAINLIEST GETS 15 POINTS !!!

A. –39.6 ÷ 4.8 = 8.25

B. –39.6 ÷ (–4.8) = –8.25

C. 39.6 ÷ –4.8 = 8.25

D. –39.6 ÷ (–4.8) = 8.25

The correct answer is option D. -39.6 ÷ (- 4.8) = 8.25

Canceling out is a mathematical process used for removing subexpressions from a mathematical expression when this removal does not change the meaning or the value of the expression because the subexpressions have equal and opposing effects.

Conclusion: The plus and minus signs, + and −, are mathematical symbols used to represent the notions of positive and bad, respectively. in addition, + represents the operation of addition, which results in a sum, while − represents subtraction, resulting in a difference.[1] Their use has been extended to many other meanings, more or less analogous. Plus and minus are Latin terms meaning "more" and "less", respectively.

When you see the other option you will find even after the cancelation of the minus sign the end results have either a faulty positive or negative sign.

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Answer:

the answer in D

Step-by-step explanation:

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What property can you use to solve 20×9×5

You can use the commutative property to switch the order of the numbers. You could make it 20x5x9. 20x5=100 and 100x9=900.

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This number is 0.02 more than 5 and 5 tenths

That number would be 5.52

This is because 5 and 5/10 is the same as 5 and 1/2

5 and 1/5 in decimal form is 5.50

Then we will add 0.02

That will make the answer 5.52

This is because 5 and 5/10 is the same as 5 and 1/2

5 and 1/5 in decimal form is 5.50

Then we will add 0.02

That will make the answer 5.52

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(x,y) (2×,2y) what's the transformation

The answer is a dilation of 2

It’s a dilation of 2