Mathematics, 03.12.2019 05:52 daltondespain2

# An astronaut weighs 49 kg on earth. on the moon, an

object's weight is 1/6 of its weight on earth. on mars, an

object's weight is 0.38 of its weight on earth. what is the

difference between the astronaut's weight on mars and her

weight on the moon? round your answer to the nearest

tenth. *

approximately 10.4 kg

approximately 1.4 kg

approximately 104 kg

approximately 49 kgโ

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Mathematics, 04.02.2019 03:15

Plz i need can u make sure to show ur work if ther is work

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Mathematics, 04.02.2019 02:28

You spin the spinner shown below once. each sector shown has an equal area. what is p(beaver ) p(beaver)? if necessary, round your answer to 2 2 decimal places.

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Mathematics, 03.02.2019 22:52

Billy plotted โ3 4 and โ1 4 on a number line to determine that โ3 4 is smaller than โ1 4 .is he correct? explain why or why not

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Mathematics, 03.02.2019 22:47

Use the quadratic formula to solve the equation. if necessary, round to the nearest hundredth. x^2 - 23 = 10x a. -1.93, 11.93 b. 1.93, -11.93 c. 1.93, 11.93 d. -1.93, -11.93

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An astronaut weighs 49 kg on earth. on the moon, an

object's weight is 1/6 of its weight on ear...

object's weight is 1/6 of its weight on ear...

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