Posted by amber on .
i've got a question i need help on
i've got to use braces, an ellipis, and digits to illustrate the set of negative odd numbers
whats that suppose to mean

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MathMate,
Braces are used to enclose the members of a set.
An ellipsis (...) is a punctuation mark that represents the rest of a series of numbers that are not enumerated. For example, 1,2,3,... means all positive integers (whole numbers), and 2,4,6,... means all even positive integers. Similarly, 1, 3, 5, ... means all negative odd integers.
Summing everything up, if we need a set of all negative odd integers (whole numbers), we write it as:
{1, 3, 5, ...} 
Algebra 
liliana,
how many dimes equal the same total amount as 1,000,000,000 pennies?

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Ms. Sue,
Liliana  please click Post a New Question and then ask your algebra question.

Math 
Jessica,
This really is hard i have this answer in the saxon book for 7th grade . Hahaha . Can you tell me the answer to?

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Ruby,
BLAH BLAH BLAH BLAH AND TY FOR THE BRACES ANSWER