The equation, for 7th. grade or for any other grade, is KE = (1/2)mv2. This is valid as long as the speed does not approach the speed of light.
Sweetie , I'm pretty sure you mean "Integers". If you do then integers are numbers greater than 0. Positive numbers, like 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9,.... I do hope the helped. Resources: Pure knowledge, learned in 5th grade and some research on Google to make sure I was correct.
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they are not the same but I am only in the 8th grade
yes, if it is in brackets and the equation is doubled. (These are the words of my grade 12 teacher)
Anyone who is doing math above 8th grade has to use integers, or at least know how to use them! Unless in special classes than they are learning at a lower level!
it is telling you the grade of gold. the bigger the number the higher the grade.
numbers that can only be divided by itself and 1
Anyone who is abouve 8th grade who is doing maths use them, or atleast have to know how to use them.
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They are numbers which are multiplied by themselves.
equations that u do in 8th grade and r very hard
123=839+03933=4994=4849399 what grade are you in
Real numbers are just normal numbers. Do it the way you learned in first grade.
you take the numbers add them together and divide by the number of numbers added
i cant really remember what exponents are & im in eighth grade, crazy huh? but integers are either positive or negative numbers on a number line. for instance this is a a work problem -3+4=1 thats pretty much it. thankss(: -summerr.
numbers for 832