# math ~dont know all but check some~ pls help!!!

1. Draw a model to represent the polynomial x2 + 2x + 4. (1 point)
1 big square, 1 tall rectangle, 4 little sqaures
1 big square, 2 tall rectangles, 4 little sqaures in the shape of an "L"
2 big sqaures, 4 little squares
none of these

2. Simplify the polynomial.
–3f2 + 4f – 3 + 8f2 + 7f + 1
(1 point)
5f2 – 11f + 2
11f2 + 11f + 2
5f2 + 11f – 2
–5f2 + 11f – 2

(2x2 + 6x + 1) + (–7x2 + 2x – 3) (1 point)
5x2 – 4x – 2
–5x2 + 8x – 2
5x2 – 8x + 2
–9x2 – 8x + 2

4. (3x2 – 7x – 4) – (6x2 – 6x + 1) (1 point)
–3x^2 – x –5
–3x^2 –13x + 5
9x^2 – x + 5
3x^2 – 13x – 5

5. Write the perimeter of the figure as a polynomial. Simplify. (1 point)

the shape is a trapizoid
top: 2x
bottom: 3x
left side: 4x + 1
right side: 4x + 1

13x + 2
13x + 1
9x + 1
9x + 2

6. The area of room A is (5x^2 – 7x – 6) ft^2. Room B has an area of (8x^2 + 6x – 1) ft^2. If room A is the larger room, how much greater is the area of room A than the area of room B? (1 point)
–3x^2 – x – 7*****
13x^2 – 13x – 7
–3x^2 – 13x – 5
3x^2 – x – 5

7. In the expression –7x – 5x2 + 5, what is the coefficient of x? (1 point)
7
5
–5
–7*****

8. Write the expression using a single exponent. (1 point)
2^2 • 2^8
4^10
2^10*****
4^16
2^16

9. Write the expression using scientific notation. (1 point)
(2.5 • 104)(4 • 103)
10 • 10^7*****
10 • 10^8
1 • 10^8
10• 10^12

so sorry that i don't know the first few:(
and sorry if the first one is confusing
but pls help asap!
help much apprectiated, thank you:)

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1. #1
x^2+2x+4 can be written as
x^2 + x(2) + 4*1^2
I think that the best choice would be
1 big square, 1 tall rectangle, 4 little squares

#2
–3f^2 + 4f – 3 + 8f^2 + 7f + 1
just collect terms of the same power
(-3+8)f^2 + (4+7)f + (-3+1)
5f^2 + 11f - 2

#3
(2x^2 + 6x + 1) + (–7x^2 + 2x – 3)
(2-7)x^2 + (6+2)x + (1-3)
-5x^2 + 8x - 2

#4
(3x^2 – 7x – 4) – (6x^2 – 6x + 1)
(3-6)x^2 + (-7+6)x + (-4-1)
-3x^2 - x - 5

#5 just add up the sides
2x+3x+4x+1+4x+1
13x+2

#6
(5x^2 – 7x – 6)-(8x^2 + 6x – 1)
(5-8)x^2 + (-7-6)x + (-6+1)
-3x^2 - 13x - 5

#7 ok
#8 ok

#9 the number must be less than 10, so instead of 10*10^7 you want 1 * 10^8.

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2. the first four were wrong, it was:

#1: B
#2: C
#3: B
#4: A

thank you on the others though Steve:)

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4. @Steve @TTR+S<3 are right!!! Thanks to them I got 100%!

1. B
2. C
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4. A
5. A
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7. D
8. B
9. C

Guaranteed 100% 9/9

BTW: For number 10, I just looked it up on the Web for help. But you may want to try and do one part by yourself. I did that

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5. Thanks Mac N! 9/9 100%

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6. Mac N is right 100%

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7. 1. B
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3. B
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10.
5^11 = 5^3 * 5^8
5^11 = 5^0 * 5^11
5^11 = 5^-4 * 5^15

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8. Mac n and Ms Sue are right. and btw there is a fake mrs.sue that post fake answers. That is the real Mrs sue.

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9. Thx so much ms. Sue for answering qustion 10!!! Thank you so much!!! :)

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10. Thanks Ms. Sue!!! :3.

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11. i just used these to check my anwsers but number 10 is very easy you should do it your self it take like 4 min at the most and a least you would doing something by yourself instead of cheating

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12. Thanks!!!!!! I got 100% yayyyyyy

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13. Thank everybody I got 100% huge lifesavers

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14. if they switch them around the answers are

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15. I failed the test because of him errday2dayfullest I got a 0/9

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16. but ms. sue never posts answers on other things. but the answers are right so i dont really care if its her or not

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17. Everyones Wrong...

I'll Give U The Ones I Missed...

3. B
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8. A

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18. @Ms. Sue is correct! & so is everyone else with the same answers!

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19. the answers are if ur looking for them
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3..A
4. D
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9. ESSASY

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20. MS. SUE WAS 100% CORRECT THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!

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21. 1. B
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3. B
4. A
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6. C
7. D
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22. thanks got them all right 10/10 and Mrs.sue is not the real Mrs.sue she is different someone is acting like that's the real her when it's really not.

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23. be careful everyone watch her every move because that is a fake so im just warning you.

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24. are these correct?

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25. the one i have is 10 questions

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26. I got 0/9 don't listen to them

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27. bruh lol
btw ty Ms. Sue 100%

-Ya'llMakeMeFacePalm

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28. Hey guys! Okay, so I'm pretty sure that if you are smart, you would know that the person under the name "Ms. Sue" isn't Ms. Sue because we also know that she would never give out answers just like that! Plus, there isn't an emoji beside her name soooooo..... but anyway, the real question is: Should we care? I'll let it go through your brain for a bit...

Time's up!

The correct answer is "No.". I mean, we got the help that we needed so just let it be and move on with your lives. I'm pretty sure that you aren't depressed enough to talk about if the "Ms. Sue" is real or not. That's all for today folks!

Brought to you by "The Random"!

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29. btw, I really don't care if I get any thumbs down. At least I know you read it! XD

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30. 1. B
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20. Essay

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31. @Some Random Girl, I love reading your responses. You are amazing! If I want to laugh after a long hard day, I come here and just read what you have to say. You are witty, and I love that you are yourself even if it's on a screen. You don't care what people think of you. Sounds like me... Maybe you should hang out with my brother. Maybe he'll get your attitude. Seriously, he lets everyone walk all over him, it ticks me off. Anyway, your cool.

~UnaLoca

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32. @Hal is right! 100%

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33. Aww! Thank you UnaLoca! This Random Girl is and will always be: RANDOM! It's in my middle name (get it? XD).

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34. 1. B
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20. Essay

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35. Да!!!

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36. cyka blyat

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37. Wow im in 12th grade now yall are small

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38. yes were plebs :(

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39. is this for exposits and muplication quiz

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40. yes Almost Yellow Belt. :)

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41. Miss Sue or Mrs. Sue is correct the only things that's incorrect for students that go to connections is number 9 which is b.

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42. 1. B
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For the essay, use Ms.Sue's answer. I don't want my teacher to think I plagiarized.

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43. @Janemba is correct I took the test just now and got 100%

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44. do u like dog aswell

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45. For why the equal to 511 they are equal to 511 because all the equations add up to 511.

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46. The reason I cheat is because I am and this school has not taught me anything so I have to cheat period

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47. HI :)

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48. hamburgmer

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