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You have a square piece of cardboard that measures 14 inches on each side. To build a box, you cut congruent squares out of each corner of the cardboard. Use the picture to find the area of the cardboard you will use to build the box.No work is necessary to be shown! ASAP please ^^
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I need help finding the shaded region
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Which statement is true about the two triangles in the diagram? A) The triangles are congruent, proven by ASA. B) The triangles are congruent, proven by AAA. C) The triangles are congruent, proven by HL. D) The triangles are congruent, proven by SSA.
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Martin’s gross pay is $30,135 per year. His federal income tax percent that is withheld from his paycheck is 15%. The amount of money that he owes the government after federal deductions is $4,150. Which of the following is true? Martin owes about $4,520 in federal taxes. Martin owes about $370 in federal taxes. Martin will get a refund of about $3,899. Martin will get a refund of about $370.
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Help with this please shake ork for it
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2 months ago
Frank is a time-share broker. His earnings are based on a graduated commission. He received 3% on any time-share sale up to $10000 and 5% for any amount over the $10000.last Saturday he sold a time-share for 10500.how much did he make selling the Tim-share. A) $370 B) $325 c) $500 b)$350
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Anna buys bananas,grapes,and apples. She buys twice the amount of bananas as grapes. She buys 2 more pounds of apples than grapes. Altogether,Anna bought 14 pounds of fruit. How many pounds of each fruit did she buy?
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Write an equation to represent the pattern in the table below.Hours (h) Salary (s)5 $100.006 $110.007 $120.008 $130.00
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Natalie purchases a new car for $26,868. She pays 3,000 up front and agrees to make a $430 payment every month for 60 month Natalie’s car loses value as it get older. A common accounting method to track this loss of the value is straight-line depreciation. According to straight-line depreciation, Natalie’s car loses $223 in value each month After how many months will the money Natalie had paid equal the value of her car?
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Rene is going to the lake to visit some friends. if the lake is 60 miles away and Renee is driving at 40 miles per hour the entire time. how long will it take her to get to the lake
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