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Evaluate 3p/q when p=2 and q=6.
Answer:1

Use < > or = for __ to write a true sentence:

0.001 __ 0.0010
Answer:<
Question 3

Evaluate -3/8 - 5/8.
Answer:7
Question 4

Evaluate: 84 + (-99) + 44 - (-18) - 43 =
Answer:4
Question 5
Multiply: (-1)9 =
Answer: 9
Question 6

Divide 200/-25 =
Answer: 8
Question 7

Multiply: 2(b + 5) =
Answer: 2b+10
Question 8

Factor: 5x + 10 + 15y =
Answer:5x+15y+10
Question 9
Simplify: 3{[7(x - 2) + 4] - [2(2x - 5) + 6]} =
Answer:17=-26
Question 10

Evaluate: 8[7 - 6(4 - 2)] =
Answer: 40

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  1. Evaluate 3p/q when p=2 and q=6.
    Answer:1
    YES

    Use < > or = for __ to write a true sentence:

    0.001 __ 0.0010
    Answer:<
    Question 3
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    Evaluate -3/8 - 5/8.
    Answer:7
    Question 4
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    -8/8 = 1
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    Evaluate: 84 + (-99) + 44 - (-18) - 43 =
    Answer:4

    YES 2

    Question 5
    Multiply: (-1)9 =
    Answer: 9
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    no -9
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    Question 6

    Divide 200/-25 =
    Answer: 8
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    NEGATIVE 8
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    Question 7

    Multiply: 2(b + 5) =
    Answer: 2b+10

    YES 2b+10

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    Question 8

    Factor: 5x + 10 + 15y =
    Answer:5x+15y+10
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    5(x+2+3y)

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    Question 9
    Simplify: 3{[7(x - 2) + 4] - [2(2x - 5) + 6]} =
    Answer:17=-26
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    3 { [ 7 x-14+4] - [ 4x-10+6 ] }

    3 { [7x-10] -[4x-4] }

    3 { 7x-10-4x+4 }

    3 (3 x -6 )

    9 x - 18
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    8 [ 7 - 24 + 12 ]

    8 ( 7-12)

    8 ( -5)

    -40 note NEGATIVE

    Question 10

    Evaluate: 8[7 - 6(4 - 2)] =
    Answer: 40

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  2. yes your right all of them.

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