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# Ratio problems If Sean bought fish for his aquarium what is the ratio of 4 tetras to catfish 9 corydoras and 2 synodontis of tetras to catfishes?

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Answer d; a supplementary angle = 180°, so if that angle = 150°, y would = 30°.

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describing distributions is one of the key skills you’ll need to earn a high score on the ap statistics exam. if you need proof of this, just flip through some past exam questions, which can be found at the collegeboard website. you’ll notice that the first free response question is almost always a question requiring you to look at a graph and describe it.

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Horatian satire is more witty and tolerant.named after the roman satirist horacegently criticizes human nature and human follyjuvenalian satire is more angry and personal, attempting to produce anger in the reader.named after roman satirist juvenalattacks human vice-indignant

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Abag has more green balls than blue balls, and there is at least one blue ball. let bb represent the number of blue balls and let gg represent the number of green balls. let's compare the expressions 2b2b and b + gb+g. which statement is correct? choose 1

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Abank gives 6.5% interest per year. what is the growth factor b in this situation?

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The figures below are made out of circles, semicircles, quarter circles, and a square. find the area and the perimeter of each figure and give your answers as a completely simplified exact value in terms of π (no approximations).

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Aquadrilateral has exactly one pair of parallel sides. which name best describes the figure?

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