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08222007  #51 
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why dont you try looking there yourself?
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08232007  #52 
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Why don't you answer the question instead
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08232007  #53 
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32 by any chance?
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08232007  #54 
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Nope. This is right out of Vol. 1, you should know this.
EditDraw a diagram oh, and use Pythagorean Thoerem. (You know what the area of the square is)
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08232007  #55 
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Yeah. And the answer's Yeah. In MOEMS or MC Marathon. Look it up.

08232007  #56 
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Oh, yeah, I found it.
Next problem?
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08242007  #57 
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Which of the following numbers is the largest?
a) 20^30 b) 40^20 c) 50^10 I wish we didn't have to type out [latex] every time. 
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8000
1600 50 20^30 is biggest Find area of triangle with vertices the intersections of lines y=3x+8, y=(1/2)x5, 3+2x+2y=0. 
08272007  #59 
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Next:
Solve for x:
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