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When I do use who and whom? (answer)

To add to the Joseph's answer, a little phrase that can be useful for remembering which to use is "Who did what to whom?"

can anybody help me with inequality crap? (answer)

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3{[5(c-5)+15]-[2(5c-3)+4]} (answer)

The main thing to keep in mind here is Order of Operations, also commonly referred to as "PEMDAS." The letters describe the order things should be done in: Parenthesis, Exponents, Multipication and Division, Addition and Subtraction. Within this rule, you work from left to right. In...

-3(x + 6) = (answer)

In math, when a number is sitting right next to parenthesis, it means that that number and whatever is in the parenthesis are being multiplied (same for a letter sitting next to anything, and for parenthesis sitting next to other parathesis). To multiply by terms inside of parenthesis like this,...