14 x 1
14 x 2
14 x 3
14 x 4
14
28
42
46
14 x 5
14 x 6
14 x 7
14 x 8
70
84
98
112
14 x 9
14 x 10
14 x 11
14 x 12
126
140
154
168
14 x 13
14 x 14
14 x 15
182
196
210
Item: Quiz 1 A
Score:
5/5
100% (Calculated)
A
Class Statistics Submission History
Due: Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Submitted: Monday, January 12, 2015 9:38 AM
Answers:
1. Round 4,232,398 to the nearest ten
thousand:
5,000,000
4,230,000
4,232,400
4,200,000
Study Guide: Exam 3 Practice A
1. 95 is 9 less than 4 times a number.
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2. Solve: ! 3 = 2 3
3. Solve: .6(2x + 4) = .32x 2
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1,600
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Monthly
Income
Monthly Income
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