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What additional information could be used to prove ΔEFG ΔE'F'G' using AAS? Check all that apply. EG = 12 and E'G' = 12 FG = 15 and F'G' = 15 EF = 10 and E'F'= 12 m∠G = 42° and m∠G' = 42° EG ≅ E'G
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Last year, your store had total sales of $190,000. Because of a downturn in the economy, you expect sales to decrease by 3% this year. What are your planned sales for next year?
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The admission fee for a charity event is $7 for children and $10 for adults. The event was attended by 700 people, and the total amount collected in admissions was $6,400.There were _children and _adults at the show.
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A recipe calls for 2/3 cup of milk. If you make 3 1/2 times the recipe, how much milk do you need?
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The probability of event A is x, and the probaility of event B is y.If the two events are independent, which condition must be true?P(A|B) = xP(A|B) = yP(B|A) = xP(B|A) = xy
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Need help from numbers 12 - 14 please, need a full a.m. seer for all please, will give out more than 18 points if one of u all help me please .
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Find the value of n so that the line perpendicular to the line with the equation -2y + 4 = 6x + 8 passes through the points at (n, -4) and (2, -8).
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A steel hex nut has two regular hexagonal faces and a hole with a diameter of 0.4 cm through the middle. Its mass is 3.03 grams. Complete the steps to calculate the density of the steel. Calculate the volume of the prism. Recall that the area of a hexagon is times the apothem times the perimeter. V = cm3 Calculate the volume of the cylinder. Round to the nearest hundredth. V = cm3 Find the volume of the composite figure. V = cm3 Calculate the density by dividing the mass by the volume. d = g/cm3
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Answer for Answer? I need the answer to 8 and 9. I’ll answer 2 of yours
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