MATHEMATICS HIGH SCHOOL

the lines are below are parallel . if the slope of the green line is - 2/3 , what is the slope of the red line?

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Answer 1
Answer: If the two lines a re parallel, they would have the same slop which means the red line would have a slope of - 2/3

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

X plus x equals what?

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Answer:

2x

Step-by-step explanation:

X plus X would equal 2x

COLLEGE

One lap around the school track is 5/8 mile. Carin ran 3 1/2 laps. How far did she run

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She ran 2.1875 miles.
HIGH SCHOOL

a rectangle has an area of 228 ft squared and a lengthy that measures 12 ft find the perimeter of the rectangle

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Since you have 2/3 values given, you can solve this.
The equation for area in a rectangle is
L*W=A.
Replace the variables
12*W=228.
Now divide by twelve on both sides.
W=19
Now that you have found width, find perimeter.
2L+2W=P
2*12+2*19=P
24+38=62.
HIGH SCHOOL

Which list correctly orders A, B, and C from least to greatest when A = |7| , B = –6, and C = |-5|? 1. A B C
2. B C A
3. C B A
4. A C B

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Here we can see

Hence, .

The correct order of A, B, and C from least to greatest is (2).

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