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What is the 100th term of the sequence: 1,4,9,16 10000
What is the difference between data in a bar graph and a line graph? Bar: data in distinct qualitative categories Line: data over time
What is the volume of a cube with edge length of 3 centimeters? 27 cubic centimeters
In free throws, Bob made 4 and missed 10. What fraction of the throws did he make? 4/14 = 2/7
What is the probability of a number greater than 4 when rolling a die? 2/6 = 1/3
How many outcomes are there when you roll 2 dice? 36
Evaluate [(5-3)^3 / (7-5)] x 5^2 100
Find an angle complementary and supplementary to an angle that is 50 degrees. Comp = 40 degrees, supp = 130 degrees
How many degrees in the angle created (clockwise) by the hands on a faceclock that says 10:00 300 degrees
What are integers? The set of positive and negatiave whole numbers and 0.
What is the equivalent addition expression for -5 - (-2) -5 + 2
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