Q: What does 3h 20min plus 2h 48min equals?

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3h + (2h 20m) + 35m = (3+2)h + (20+35)m = 5h + 55m

It is [(2a+2h+5) - (2a+5)]/h = 2h/h = 2

Yes, provided p = perimeter, b= breadth and h = height.

It is: 11h

=b+2h+r+x+z+q+a+p+l+f+g+d

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3h + (2h 20m) + 35m = (3+2)h + (20+35)m = 5h + 55m

2h + 2h + 2h = 6h

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3h-5h + 11 = 17 is ------2h + 11 = 17- 11 -11____________-2h = 6___ ___-2 -2h = -3 (This is the answer.)

It is [(2a+2h+5) - (2a+5)]/h = 2h/h = 2

2Si +2HF-2siF + 2H

The complete ionic equation for this reaction is: 2H⁺(aq) + SO₄²⁻(aq) + Ca²⁺(aq) + 2I⁻(aq) → CaSO₄(s) + 2H⁺(aq) + 2I⁻(aq)

h = 0.538462 14 + 5h + 2h = 5h + 28h 14 + 7h = 33h 14 + 7h - 7h = 33h - 7h 14 = 26h 14/26 = 26/26h 0..538462 = h

No because it equals zero.

Yes, provided p = perimeter, b= breadth and h = height.

First set up the equation: 2h+10=40 Then get the variable alone by subtracting 10 from each side: 2h=30 And continue by dividing both sides by two 2h=30 ______ 2 2 h=15 So your answer is h=15

- 3h - 2h + 6h + 9 = h + 9