Is this supposed to be two separate equations, or is this one long equation with two "=" signs? Thanks, Joe

Is this supposed to be two separate equations, or is this one long equation with two "=" signs? Thanks, Joe

When I do use who and whom? (answer)

Lucy, The answer is much simpler than you might have thought! The distinction between using "whom" or "who" in a sentence is a matter of determining whether that third party is the subject or the object of the sentence. To recap, the subject in a sentence...

Can you provide a picture of the figure in the question? Thanks!

4w - 9(6 - 5w) = 44 (answer)

Danielle, This question tests your knowledge of the distributive property of algebra. Symbolically, the distributive property can be explained as follows: x*(y + z) = (x*y) + (x*z) = xy + xz, or alternatively x*(y - z) = (x*y) - (x*z) ...where...

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