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find the depreciation for printing 1.250,000 labels.
please show me step by step on how to do it.
marty received an inheritance of $12,000. If he wants to invest three times as much money in stocks as in mutual funds, how much money should marty invest in mutual funds and in stocks?
this is an algebra 1 question and i just wanted to know the answer
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Using these numbers my answer has to equal 24. Need to add, subtract , divide, or multiply with the numbers 1,4,5,12 but the answer must be 24. Must use all four numbers and can only use each number...
Need to add, subtract , divide, or multiply with the numbers 1,3, 8,10 but the answer must be 24. Must use all four numbers and can only use each number once.
In a speech delivered to parents on the launch anniversary of the "Let's Move" program, Michelle Obama made this claim: "So we're making some real progress here. We're gaining momentum...
A grandfather and his granddaughter celebrated their birthday together. He was 63 and she was 31 how old was he when his daughter was born and how old was his daughter when his granddaughter was born...
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This is a poem and I clearly do not know what the poem is saying.
What are the two x intercepts to this equation and what is the one y intercept for this equation. if there is no x or y then type dne
i cant figure this equation out for my math
the sum of two numbers is 80. If three times the smaller number is subtracted from the larger number, the result is 8. find the two numbers
Q1, a bowl has 3 white and 6 green balls in it. What is the probability of selecting 4 white balls in a row, a. if the selection is done with replacement? b. if the selection is done without replacement...
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I was just wondering how you convert the formula: "an=dn+a0", to the one seen on the ACT: "an=a1+(n-1)*d". It would also be helpful if you could give an...
Just can't wrap my head around it. Thanks
Its a multiple choice question and the choices are: (a) $30 (b) $90 (c) $100 (d) $200