(11(-8^-3(7^-2)-8^-3(7^4) Posted on October 22, 2021 By Arpita111 4 Comments on (11(-8^-3(7^-2)-8^-3(7^4) (11(-8^-3(7^-2)-8^-3(7^4) Mathematics

x = 10.1step-by-step explanation:all of the angles of a tirangle add up to 180º180 - 65 = 115 (since we already know the value of one angle)(2x + 7) + (8x + 7) = 115(combins like terms) 10x + 14 = 115(isolate the variable subtract 14 from both sides): 10x = 101(find the variable divide both sides by 10): x = 101/10x = 10.1Reply

step by step solution :step 1 : 1.1 4 = 22(4)3 = (22)3 = 26equation at the end of step 1 : ((23) • 26)2step 2 :equation at the end of step 2 : (23 • 26)2 step 3 :final result : 218 ya[tex]Answer this question for 50 points and brainliest : d[/tex]Reply

sinn is the total amount of students now and m were the students before, you subtract them both (n-m) and divide that by m. then, since to get a percentage from a fraction you have to multiply by 100, your answer should look like this: n-m/m*100step-by-step explanation:Reply

x = 10.1

step-by-step explanation:

all of the angles of a tirangle add up to 180º

180 - 65 = 115 (since we already know the value of one angle)

(2x + 7) + (8x + 7) = 115

(combins like terms) 10x + 14 = 115

(isolate the variable subtract 14 from both sides): 10x = 101

(find the variable divide both sides by 10): x = 101/10

x = 10.1

step by step solution :

step 1 :

1.1 4 = 22

(4)3 = (22)3 = 26

equation at the end of step 1 :

((23) • 26)2

step 2 :

equation at the end of step 2 :

(23 • 26)2

step 3 :

final result :

218

ya

[tex]Answer this question for 50 points and brainliest : d[/tex]

sinn is the total amount of students now and m were the students before, you subtract them both (n-m) and divide that by m. then, since to get a percentage from a fraction you have to multiply by 100, your answer should look like this: n-m/m*100

step-by-step explanation:

114 plus 113 times 2 and 114 times 3