12. 6 < -3(5d - 2)

what is d representing in this inequality?...

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# 12. 6 < -3(5d - 2)

what is d representing in this inequality?

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Which of the following tables represents exponential functions?

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Project information: the pythagorean theorem can be used in many real-world scenarios. the following is an example of real-word scenario where you will use the pythagorean theorem to find the missing piece. real-word scenario: a handyman needs to create triangular trusses to frame out the roof of a small shed. he knows the roof itself will be 9 feet tall and the length of each truss will be 14 feet. how long will the roof be from its highest to lowest point? part 1: the handyman created a drawing to provide a visual to solve this problem. below is his drawing.

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Solve this 364x-64x=300x and 12(x2â€“xâ€“1)+13(x2â€“xâ€“1)=25(x2â€“xâ€“1)

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