# I don’t get it I need help

## Answers

what don’t you get?

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what do u need

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1. Comma between “car” , “opened”

2. Comma between “soup” , “salad”

3. Comma between “go” , “when”

4. Comma between “bandages” , “liniment”

5. Comma between “foot” , “rubbed”

6. Comma between “juice” , “cereal”

7. Comma between “afternoon” , “we”

8. Comma between “downtown” , “will”

9. Comma between “public” , “the”

10. Comma between “meadow” , “through”

11. Commas between “long” , “dark” and “grim” , “ruined”

12. Comma between “gigantic” , “stupendous”

13. Comma between “seventh-grade” , “eight-grade”

14. Commas between “enormous” , “white” , “drifting”

I think you can put commas before every “and” too but it is not necessary

7 1/2, 8 3/4, 10

Step-by-step explanation:

GivenArithmetic sequence 1 1/4, 2 1/2, 3 3/4, 5, 6 1/4, ...To findNext three termsSolutionCommon difference

d = 6 1/4 - 5 = 1 1/4Following terms:

6 1/4 + 1 1/4 = 7 2/4 = 7 1/27 2/4 + 1 1/4 = 8 3/48 3/4 + 1 1/4 = 9 4/4 = 10[tex]55\%\ of\ 164\ is...\\\\ \frac{55}{100} \times \frac{164}{1} =\\\\55*164=9020\\100*1=100\\\\ \frac{9020}{100}\approx90\\\\20\ is\ left\ over.\\\\90.20\\\\\\55\%\ of\ 164\ is\ 90.2[/tex]

5x-1

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look below

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y = 2x + 4

substitute x into the equation

so when x = -1

y = 2(-1) + 4

= -2 + 4

y = 2

(-1,2)

when x = 0

y = 2(0) + 4

y = 4

(0,4)

when x = 1

y = 2(1) + 4

= 2 + 4

y = 6

(1,6)

pop in the coordinates into the graph now

21

Step-by-step explanation:

this is because you take 13 and minus it by -8 like this:

13--8=x(21)

25200 square yards

Step-by-step explanation:

Reminder: the area of a parallelogram is its length times its height. In that case, it would be 4cm*7cm.

But you have to remember that 1 cm represents 30 yards, so you have to multiply everything by 30 first, and then solve:

4*30 yards * 7*30 yards

= 120 yards * 210 yards

= 25200 square yards.

its 3, 60x-12=6(10x-2) all real numbers are solutions for x

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