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MATH HOMEWORK! HLP! DUE TOMORROW!?

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June 16, 2019 / By Calla
Question: betweeen the hours of 12 midnight and 12 noon, how many time will the clock hands be at right angles to each other?
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Alysa Alysa | 5 days ago
22 times. It's less than 24 because the hour hand is slowly moving around, so there are slightly less than two right angles each hour. They will be at right angles at approximately: 12:15 12:50 1:20 1:55 2:25 3:00 3:30 4:05 4:35 5:10 5:45 6:15 6:50 7:20 7:55 8:25 9:00 9:30 10:05 10:35 11:10 11:45
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Alysa Originally Answered: Help with Math homework (due tomorrow)?
1. Susan is 16, just take multiples of four and see which number one less than that is a multiple of three. Example: 8,12,16,20 and u see that only 16 has one less than it (fifteen) a multiple of three. 2. Negative integers. When you have -54 - 12, you don't take the 54 from the twelve but instead add them together and make them negative.
Alysa Originally Answered: Help with Math homework (due tomorrow)?
1. Susan is 15 (3 * 5) and next year she will be 16 (4 * 4) 2. Some numbers can result in negatives. For examples, if a snail climbs up a wall and slides back into a hole. Let's say the snail climbs up 2 feet on the side of a house during the day and slides back 3 feet that night. Normally, he would not be able to do that but this snail happened to start his climb on the same day that they began to dig the basement and they dug out 4 feet below him. 2 feet plus (-3) plus -3 feet _____ -1 feet

Vester Vester
Figure out when they are at right angles. 12:15, 1:20, 2:25, 3:00, 3:30, 4:35, 5:40, 6:45, 7:50, 8:55, 9:00, 9:30, 10:05, 11:10. So that covers your twelve hours...the answer is 14.
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Roscoe Roscoe
24 times? Cause at 12:15a.m. and 12:45a.m. 1:15 a.m. and 1:45 a.m. And so on and so forth... so 2 times in 1 hour. Times 12.
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Roscoe Originally Answered: I need some answers for my math homework which is due tomorrow.?
1. 40000 out of 50000, as a percentage it equals to 80% loss 2. 80 x 150 which is 12000 times in 2.5 hours 3. im not sure 4. so it is 33- 24 which is 9 5. -3 because (-10 + 1) / 3 is -3 6. 24 i think but don't quote me on that 7. 2013 8. im not sure 9. im not sure sorry i didn't answer 3, 8, 9 i wasn't sure about them

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