# Is 10 L greater than 1,000mL

Answer: I think you mean mL as in milliliters

milli=thousandths

So 1,000 milliliters=1 liter

So yes, that means that 10L is greater than 1,000 milliliters

10L > 1,000mL (1mL)

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How do u know that the sum of -2(3/4) and 5/6 is rational?

Any multiplication or addition of rational numbers (regardless of sign) will always give a rational result.

HElp me with this one but not with a big processs justa little one 8. Think of another quadratic equation that has two (2) real number solutions. Write the
equation in ax^2 + bx + c = 0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your
9. Think of another quadratic equation that has one (1) real number solution. Write the
equation in ax^2 + bx + c = 0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your
10. Think of another quadratic equation that has no (0) real number solutions. Write the
equation in ax^2 + bx + c = 0 form. Then find the value of the discriminant to support your

So 2 real solutions
just write 2 factors and expand
(x-3)(x-4)=0
x^2-7x+12=0
discriminant is when you have b^2-4ac
so subsitute
ax^2+bx+c=0
a=1
b=-7
c=12
-7^2-4(1)(12)
49-48=1
discriminant=1

one real solution would be
(x-1)(x-1)=0
x^2-2x+1=0
discriminant=-2^2-4(1)(1)=4-4=0
discriminant=0

no real solutions has the discriminant less than zero
let's say that b=1 and c=20 and a=1
basically, we need a set of numbers where b^2 is less than 4acso

1^2-4(1)(20)=1-80=-79
then we subsitute
x^2+x+20=0

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