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December 5, 2013

# Posts by Ruth

Total # Posts: 237

physics
Suppose a person weighs 160 pounds on Earth. How much would that person weigh on a planet that was three times as massive as Earth and had a radius that was twice that of Earth's?

algebra
i think you are wrong because my homework is online its a program and it says that you get y=-7/12 which i am really confused with this part i have done like three problems back to back and i still get this part worng

algebra
x=9/10 4x+y=3 4(9/10) +y= 3

algebra
I don't know why I got at the end -.75

algebra
simplify : 1/2( 2x-1)-(3x-3/2)

algebra
-8/3•2

math
write the opposite, reciprocal, and absolute value of each number . A: -1/2 #: 4 C: 0

math
write the opposite, reciprocal, and absolute value of each number . A: -1/2 #: 4 C: 0

algebra
then when you divide that i got 1.111111111111111111111 so in the question they ask you to round to the 1st decimal place

algebra
z= 18-17.5 ------ 1.8/ √16 I got: .5/.45

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