Algebra

Sam is installing ceramic tiles in his bathroom. The area of each tile is 97 square inches.To the nearest inch what is the length of one side of the tile.

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  1. since 97 is close to 100, I'd say 10" is close to the real side length.

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  2. You is right

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  3. Here are the answers to the test, hope this helps!:
    1.microphone or essay (I chose essay)
    2.When a number is a perfect square, that means it's a rational number that can be multiplied by two of the same numbers. For example, 9 and 16 are both perfect square numbers, 9 is the product of 3^2 or 3 x 3 and 4 x 4= 16 which is multiplied by the same factor, 4. These are both numbers of perfect squares.
    3.D
    4.C
    5.C
    6.idk
    7.C
    8.idk
    9.B
    10.B
    11.A
    12.B
    13.C
    14.C

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  4. that's not even the right answers lol and you cant put answers when its a unit test:/ the teachers are trying to see what you know and the reason why I'm on this site, its because I had one question that I was stuck on!!

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  5. I use this site to check my answers but I just wanted to say if you are going to post answers please make them right because it makes me second guess when I was right in the first place.

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  6. Yea. For some reason, everyone who I've seen try to post up the answers is wrong. I can easily see that by just looking at them...

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  7. They change the answers for students tests so that we cant just ask others and have them give us the answers to the whole test.

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  8. Just give the right answers

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  9. It's not really the fact that they posted the wrong answers, it's just the fact that every test rearranges the answers around so if you just put A, B, C, or D when trying to post the answers, then it won't be correct. Plus, at the same time I believe that instead of giving the test answers away maybe you could try and explain the question more to where they might understand it more to answer it.

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  10. Crazy Chickens

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