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Which equation could be used to solve for a value, x, that is equal to 5 times the sum of x and 12? *
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x = 5x = 12
5x = x + 12
x = 5(x + 12)
x = x + (5)(12)
The expression below represents the perimeter of a square in centimeters. 4(6+2.5) What is the square's perimeter? *
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34 cm
26.5 cm
26 cm
8.5 cm
Which of the following graphs represents the solution to the inequality below? *
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Captionless Image
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B
C
D
Solve the following inequality 10 + 2.5x > 30 *
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x < 20
x > 8
x > 50
x < 17.5
Solve the following equation 12x + 40 = 304 *
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18
22
24
25

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  1. 1. x = 5(x + 12)
    2. 34 cm
    3. We can't see the graphs
    4. x > 50
    5. 25

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  2. Thanks

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  3. no its
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  4. i just took it

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  5. nah cozy is wrong all of em were wrong buh the last 2.

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  6. cozy is right

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