Need help simplifying these! 1.) 10x^3y^6/10x^2-20x 2.) x^2-8x-33/x+3 * x-1/x^2-7x+6 3.) 12x^2/2x-3 divided by 3x-12/8x-12 4.) 3x+2/x-2 * 4x-8/9x+10 Please!

Question 1 (Multiple Choice Worth 3 points) Find all solutions in the interval [0, 2π).

Four students in Mrs. Gucciardo's math class each started simplifying this problem in a different way.

HELP!Four students in Mrs. Gucciardo's math class each started simplifying this problem in a different way.

Simplifying expressions and combining similar terms where possible? I really need help with these if u could show me how it would make it a whole a lot bett

ok i need help with this one i have trouble simplifying. simplify the following expression: 121 divided by 11+3*4 divided by 2.

Find all polar coordinates of point P where P = ordered pair 5 comma pi divided b

Find all polar coordinates of point P where P = ordered pair 1 comma pi divided by 3.

simplifying (15x^2 + 11x - 14) divided by (5x + 7)

need help simplifying! 12x^2/2x-3 divided by 3x-12/8x-12

Name two unique characteristics about each inner planet.

Can someone check my answers on the story \"The Black Cat\" i have 5 questions

The scientist's hypothesis that all of the continents were previously one large continent until something caused them to move apart is called ______________

The layer of the earth that forms the earth's plates is the _____.\n\ncore\nmantl

Which of the following relationships is incorrect?\n\nA~ Rough ER -- Site of prot

Mantle convection is a circulation of the heat emitted by the earth's _____.\n\nc

Part A\n\nThere is a function f, where f(n) = 1200n + 3500 represents the number of people in a town who owned a smartphone n years after 2007.

Earth's mantle experiences convection currents that cause plates to move. Which of the following are the result(s) of the movements? Select all that apply.

At a mid-ocean ridge, a crack forms along the oceanic crust causing __________.\n

Test question Ignore!!!!

The plate tectonic theory can best be described as _____.\n\nearth's natural proc