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# Sam paid $20 for two t-shirts. the price for each t-shirt was a multiple...

Sam paid $20 for two t-shirts. the price for each t-shirt was a multiple of 5. what are the possible prices of the t-shirts?

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The deck that kenneth is building is in the shape of a parallelogram abcd the measure of angle c is one third the measure of angle b find the measure of each angle of the deck

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 16:30, itsdeevv

You drop a rubber ball off the roof of a 50 meter high building onto a paved parking lot. it bounces back up with every bounce, but not quite all the way back up to you. after the first bounce it bounces back only 80 percent of the distance it was dropped from. the pattern continues, meaning after every bounce it comes up to just 80 percent of the previous maximum height. so if before the first bounce the height is 50 meters, what height does the ball reach after the fifth bounce? round your answer to one decimal place and chose the correct response from the choices below:

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:10, mikemike59

Which system of linear inequalities is represented by the graph? x-3y> 6 and y> 2x + 4 x + 3y > 6 and y > 2x - 4 x-3y> 6 and y? 2x - 4 x + 3y > 6 and y? 2x + 4

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 18:30, povijuaisaiah

Use δjkl and δmpn to determine whether don's claim is true or false. which of the following should don use to prove the triangles are similar? sss sas aas aa

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Sam paid $20 for two t-shirts. the price for each t-shirt was a multiple of 5. what are the possible...

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