# algebra 2

what is the answer to algebra with pizzazz page 100; what should you say if you see a tall, wrought-iron tower in paris, france?
there are 24 blanks

1. "Look at the Eiffel Tower" assuming that some of the blanks can be left blank.

posted by PsyDAG
2. need help with math

posted by nyaguok
3. how do u solve
3m-n=2m+n, for m

posted by jessica
4. A farmer wants to enclose three sides of a rectangular area that borders a creek. He has 2400 meters of fencing material. What is the maximum area that can be enclosed by the fence?

posted by Mysty
5. 720000 sq meters

posted by Jason
6. 3x+5y=0
2x-5y=-25

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