cattle rancher (A) owns a property next to an apple farm (B) cattle sometimes tent to roam into B's land and damage the trees. The rancher can choose the size of the herd. revenue form cattle is $6 per head.

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  11. U.S. History

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  14. US History

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  16. Social Studies

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  23. Maths

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  24. calculus

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  25. AP Biology

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  27. Calculus

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  28. College Algebra

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  29. economics

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  30. Participle or Verb

    Label each underlined word a verb or a participle. 1. Also rising in popularity were cattle ranches. Rising is a verb

  31. Math

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  32. mastering physics

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  34. Civics

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  35. Texas history

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  36. English 10R - HELP!

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  37. Science

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  38. Physics

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  39. History

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  40. Math

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  41. Social Studies

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  42. calc

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  43. math

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  44. History

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  45. Calculus

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  47. Calculus

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  48. Social Studies 8R - Help!!!!

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  50. Geography

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  52. history

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  53. History

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  54. History

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  55. History

    Where did the culture of the cattle rancher and cowboy originate? 1. From Texas, after the buffalo was overhunted 2. From the Comanche 3. From the need to move cattle nearer the Mississippi river 4. From Spain

  56. Social Studies

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  57. maths

    a farmer sells 2/5of his cattle,he gave 1/3 of the cattle to his remaining son.what fraction of the cattle is left?

  58. maths

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  59. Science

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  61. Social Studies

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  63. history

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  64. Maths

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  67. math

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  68. Math

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  69. social studies

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  70. math

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  71. Math

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  72. calculus

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  76. History

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  77. Environmental Science

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  78. History

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  79. Math

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  81. SS

    1 Cattle ranchers are generally found in northern Mexico because. A There are many cities where beef can be sold. B There is a lot of open space for grazing. C Cattle thrive in rain forest. D There are many sources of water. 2 For what reason did Hernan

  82. Science

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  83. Advanced Biology

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  84. AGRIC SCIENCE

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  85. SS8R

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  86. AGRIC SCIENCE

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  87. History Check Please (No Rude Comments)

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  88. Social Studies

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  92. Civics

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  97. American history

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  98. History

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