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# Each inch on an engineer's scale is divided into 10 increments that represent 1¢, which means 1² = 10¢. a line measured with an engineer's scale that is 3 inches plus 3 increments would be   ### Another question on Mathematics Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:30
Translate the following situation into an inequality statement . lily has \$25 to spend on a charm bracelet for her sisters birthday gift the cost of the bracelet is \$12 plus \$1.50 per charm Mathematics, 21.06.2019 14:40
Sara sells beaded necklaces she makes a profit of 4 dollars pn every neclace she sells which table represents the profit sara makes Mathematics, 21.06.2019 20:10
A. use the formula for continuous compounding with the original example: \$1000 invested at 2% for 1 year. record the amount to 5 decimal places. use a calculator. b. compare it to the result using the original compound interest formula with n = 365 calculated to 5 decimal places. which has a larger value? explain. Mathematics, 21.06.2019 21:30
*let m∠cob = 50°30’, m∠aob = 70° and m∠aoc = 20°30’. could point c be in the interior of ∠aob? why? a. point c could be the interior of aob but it is not the only case b. point c is the interior of aob c. point c is not the interior of aob d. the given is not possible for the plane geometry answer
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