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Fractions Questions
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A common school question
Factorise:2x+3xy-4x-6y
Find the equation of each parabola f with the following characteristics: a) The points P1 (-1/11), P2 (0 / 5) and P3 (2 / 5) lie on the graph of f. b) S (1 / 2) is the vertex of f, P (2 / 5) is another point of f. c) The graph of f intersects the x-axi
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Harold made a scale drawing of his bedroom. He used the scale 1/4 inch= 1 foot.The length of his bedroom in the drawing is 4 inches. What is the actual length of his bedroom?
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