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Distance Rate Time in Math

if x=yz, find the value x given that y=2 and z=5
Given T=RV, find Rif T=4 and V=8
Given w=xyz find w if x=2,y=3 and z=6
If C=ab, find Cif a=0.65 and b=1.9

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asked by sherri
  1. Oh come on. You can do these yourself.

    In the first of your four questions, they tell you y and z. Multiply them to get x. Do the others the same way.

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    posted by drwls

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