MATHEMATICS
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Answer: X > 29/18

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HIGH SCHOOL

(exponents) summarize the rules for multiplying powers with the same base, dividing powers with the same base, and raising a power to a power.

1. Powers with the same base. The exponent product rule says that you could add the exponents when multiplying two powers with the same base. key: ADDITION

2. Dividing powers with the same base. You just have to subtract the exponents.

key: SUBTRACTION

3. Raising a power to a power. First you raise the expression inside the parentheses with their corresponding powers then you multiply two expressions together.

key: MULTIPLICATION and ADDITION of exponents

2. Dividing powers with the same base. You just have to subtract the exponents.

key: SUBTRACTION

3. Raising a power to a power. First you raise the expression inside the parentheses with their corresponding powers then you multiply two expressions together.

key: MULTIPLICATION and ADDITION of exponents

MIDDLE SCHOOL

A store sells ladders. • The retail price was a 40 percent markup over the manufacturer price.

• A month later, the store reduced the retail price of the ladder by

25 percent.

What percent markup is the new retail price over the manufacturer price?

Answer:

40% - 25% = 15% markup remaining.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

Which monomial is a perfect cube?

A. 1x^3

B. 3x^3

C. 6x^3

D. 9x^3

A.1x^3 I hope this helps

HIGH SCHOOL

What is 2(6+5•2)=5(4-2•5)

32=-30

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Answer: Not true

Step-by-step explanation: 2(16)=5(-6)

32=-30

This is not true