Recent questions in Secondary

Zoe Oneal
2020-10-20
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SchachtN
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Simplify the rational expression: \(\displaystyle{8}\frac{{x}}{{6y}}\)

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Sinead Mcgee
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(3,1), m=2

Anish Buchanan
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Tahmid Knox
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If \(y= (x+3)^2\), then \((-2x-6)^2 \) must equal which of the following?

Aneeka Hunt
2020-10-20
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naivlingr
2020-10-20
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Bayes' Theorem is given by \(P(A|B) = \frac{P(B|A) \cdot P(A)} {P(B)}\). Use a two-way table to write an example of Bayes' Theorem.

York
2020-10-20
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Write your answer as a mixed number.

Suman Cole
2020-10-20
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\(\displaystyle{x}^{{2}}+{x}-{\left({a}+{1}\right)}{\left({a}+{2}\right)}={0}\)

snowlovelydayM
2020-10-20
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shadsiei
2020-10-20
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2x+y=-10

6x-3y=6

Zoe Oneal
2020-10-20
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\(log2x^3=log2^x\)

rocedwrp
2020-10-20
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foass77W
2020-10-20
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\(\sum_{n=4}^\infty(-\frac49)^n\)

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