What is the correct use of the Distributive Property of −4(32x−12)=−15

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

-128x+33=0

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the expression −4(32x−12)=−15

Step one : let's open up the bracket

We have

-128x+48=15

-128x+48-15=0

-128x+33=0

Answer 2
Answer: Answer is 63/128
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One and three fourths as a percent ?

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The answer is 1.75 hope thishelps
one and three fourth = 7/4 ; 7/4*100 = 175%

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Are the terms like terms?
2x + 2x^1

Yes
No

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Answer:

Yes

Step-by-step explanation:

Yes, because a number to the first power is the same.

2x = 2x^1

Answer:  Yes

Answer:

Yes

Step-by-step explanation:

2x¹ = 2x

How do I solve this problem?

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Expressions one and 4 are correct! If you simplifiy the fourth equation it’s equal to 4+8x and if you simplify the first expressions it’s also 4+8x... please lend me brainiest

What two pieces of information you need to know velocity

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You need to know mass and speed



1. rate of change of position  this is measured in m/s 
2. direction in change of position. 


You need to know the mass of the object and how far it is going or distance then you divide the distance by the time to get the velocity.

Finding KLM in this problem, if you could also explain it, that would be nice :)

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The measure of angle KLM is 37°.

Solution:

Given data:

m(ar JN) = 140° and m(ar KM) 66°

To find the angle KLM:

If two secants intersect outside a circle, then the measure of angle formed is one half of the difference of the measures of the intercepted arcs.

$\Rightarrow\angle KLM=(1)/(2)(m(ar \  JN)-m(ar  \ KM))

$\Rightarrow\angle KLM=(1)/(2)(140^\circ-66^\circ)

$\Rightarrow\angle KLM=(1)/(2)(74^\circ)

$\Rightarrow\angle KLM=37^\circ

The measure of angle KLM is 37°.

There are several ways to prove that a shape is a parallelogram. Describe the various ways and provide a proof using one of the methods you describe.

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Answer:

There are various ways to describe  parallelogram

Step-by-step explanation:

there are:a four-sided plane rectilinear figure with opposite sides parallel.

like:Classifying Parallelograms. Rectangles, rhombuses (also called rhombi) and squares are all more specific versions of parallelograms, also called special parallelograms. A quadrilateral is a rectangle if and only if it has four right (congruent) angles.

hope that helped


Answer:

think of a parallelogram as a shape that has a parelle lines to it like a square

Step-by-step explanation: