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## lesson 6 homework practice compare populations answers

Once I did it, I knew that I had to do it here too. I can't afford to be the only one to do this. Hence I started the website. A: I'm not quite sure what you are looking for exactly, but I can give you some hints. To get the first three digits of a number, add them together: \$\$10+3+1=14\$\$ To get the fourth digit, subtract 10 from this: \$\$14-10=4\$\$ To get the fifth digit, subtract 3 from this: \$\$14-10+3=1\$\$ Similarly, for the sixth digit. A: The first two lines of your code tell us that \$m= rac12\$, \$x=3\$, and \$n=9\$. The third line tells us that \$q\$ is the cube of \$m\$, \$q=m^3\$. The next five lines tell us that \$r=m+ rac13\$, so \$r= rac32\$. The next three lines tell us that \$ rac{r-1}3\$ is the cube of \$x\$, and that \$ rac{r-1}3+ rac13\$ is the cube of \$n\$, or that \$r+ rac23\$ is the cube of \$n\$. The fourth line tells us that \$s\$ is the square of \$m\$, and the fifth line tells us that \$s\$ is the square of \$r\$. The next line tells us that \$t\$ is the square of \$x\$, which tells us that \$t\$ is the square of \$r+ rac23\$, or \$r+ rac23+ rac12\$. The next line tells us that \$t- rac14\$ is the square of \$n\$, or \$n+ rac34\$. The next line tells us that \$v\$ is the square of \$n\$, or \$n+ rac34- rac14\$. The last line tells us that \$w\$ is the square of \$r+ rac23\$, \$r+ rac23+ rac12\$, which simplifies to \$w=r+ rac23\$. Now we can fill in the \$a,b,c,d,e\$ columns. The first line tells us that \$a= rac32\$, the second line tells us that \$b= rac

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