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[1]  Choose the correct reduced fraction (below) equal to: 



[2] 



[3] 



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[5]  Enter the one root (solution) of the given equation: 


x = 
[6]  Enter both roots (solutions) of the given equation: 


x = or x = 
[7] 
Enter the numerator of the reduced fraction equal to the following; note that you must determine the LCD (least common denominator), but don't enter it. 


[8] 
By entering the exponents of x, y, and z, find the least common multiple
(LCM) of x^{2}y^{3} z^{5}, x^{4} yz^{3}, and x^{7} y^{4}z^{2}: 


[9] 


Which of the following defines a variable and an equation correctly translating the boxed problem above?  

[10] 


Which of the following defines a variable and an equation correctly
translating the boxed problem above? 


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