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at what depth could the scientist take a new sample would be shallower than the shallowest sample?

day depth/ft below lake surface
monday: -1 3/8
tuesday: -0.4
wednesday: -1.55
thursday: -9/16
worksheet
rational numbers on a number line Practice !0-3

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  1. can someone pleeaaaseee help!!!!!!!!

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  2. is anyone gonna answer please?

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  4. I answered.

  5. I have the same problem but cannot find an answer

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  6. Can someone please tell me...please?

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  7. I know I shouldn't ask here but can someone answer this?
    Lauren says that-3.36 (36 repeating) is greater than -3 1/3. Do you agree? Explain

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  8. Ms sue, can you please answer cool's question

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