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This week we are going to focus on basic logic and how you can use logic outside of the classroom. Unfortunately, many of our daily interactions include logical errors. Respond to the following prompt

Liam mixed 3 parts of lemon juice and 4 parts of water to make a drink. How many parts of lemon juice did Liam mix with each part of water?
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Complete an observation of a 2nd grade classroom while math is going on. Use the attached template Look for the following: What to look for: Note the classroom organization, procedures and student
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The point representing Minna's land elevation on a horizontal number line should be plotted to the right of the point representing Westa'sKalore'sSalle's land elevation. The point representing Kalore'
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This week we learn about simple spreadsheet functions and data visualization strategies. Respond to the following questions in a minimum of 175 words: What is one new feature related to spreadsheets t

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Quantitative Reasoning!! is the class We start this course by investigating a variety of different concepts related to functions and how they can be used to represent everyday situations. Respond to t

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Gabriel determined that his total cost would be represented by 2.5x + 2y – 2. His sister states that the expression should be x + x + 0.5x + y + y – 2. Who is correct? Explain.
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Discussion: Extra Credit Final Exam Please answer the following 3 questions:
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MATH Homework

Gretchen can buy 17.4 ounces of Brand A toothpaste for $5.22, or she can buy 26.6 ounces of Brand B toothpaste for $6.65. Which of the following explains which is the better deal? A. Brand A is the be
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Camillo needs 2,400 oz of jelly for the food challenge. If 48 oz of jelly cost $3.84, how much will Camillo spend on jelly? Explain how you can find your answer.
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1. Argo Computers Inc. restores and resells notebook computers. It originally acquires the notebook computers from corporations upgrading their computer systems, and it backs each notebook it s

Gabriel determined that his total cost would be represented by 2.5x + 2y  2. His sister states that the expression should be x + x + 0.5x + y + y  2. Who is correct? Explain.
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Kate and Mike are discussing the hourly earnings at their summer jobs. The graph represents the amount of money Kate earns every hour at her summer job. How much does Kate earn per hour, in dollars?
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Three different golfers played a different number of holes today. Shanika played 999 holes and had a total of 434343 strokes. Alicia played 181818 holes and had a total of 797979 strokes. Rickie playe
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You want to buy a car that has a price of $25,000. You will trade in a vehicle that has payments of $277.84 per month. You have 3.0 years left at an APR of 6%. They will give you $6000 in trade in. If
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2007 Federal Income Tax Table Single: OverBut not overThe tax is$0$7,82510% of the amount over $0$7,825$31,850$788 + 15% of the amount over $7,825$31,850$77,100$4,386 + 25% of the amount over $31,850$
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What is the most important contribution of Mathematics in humankind?
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Mara has unit cubes that have a length of 1/3 centimeter. She uses the unit cubes to build a rectangular prism. The base of the prism has a total of 12 cubes and the prism is 5 cubes in heigh. What is
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URGENT! Can someone please help with my maths and statistics assignment? Total 6 questions in saved attachment. Need urgently! Thank you. 1. For each of the statements below determine whether it is t
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The questions in attached files are about complex variables and triangle inequality, they are very simple, but you need to show the solutions step by step

Given that f ( x ) = x 2 − 9 x and g ( x ) = x + 6 , find: a)(f+g)(1) b)(f−g)(1) c)(fg)(1) d)(fg)(1) Given that f ( x ) = ( x − 2 ) 2 and g ( x ) = 5 − 2 x , find: a)(f+g)(−4)= b)(f−g)(−4)= c)(fg)(−4)
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Kate and Mike are discussing the hourly earnings at their summer jobs. The graph represents the amount of money Kate earns every hour at her summer job.How much does Kate earn per hour, in dollars?
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OP D A farmer picked oranges and put them all into 9 boxes. Each box had the same number of oranges. Which of the following could be the number of oranges the farmer picked?
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Need urgent help with Advanced Maths assignment. Please see attachment for typed questions. 1. For each of the statements below determine whether it is true or false, providing reasons for your answe

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