# Which CANNOT be used in a proof? A. Theorems B.Postulates C.Properties D.Undefined Terms

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An equation is shown: 2x+3y=z Solve the equation for y in terms of x and z.

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Find the missing terms of the arithmetic sequence -7, x, x, x, 13

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How to do geometry proofs I believe it's the subtraction property

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Expand the expression and combine like terms.(2+2w)⋅4+9(w+3)

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How to write a proof sequence for an assertion

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To solve 493x = 3432x+1, write each side of the equation in terms of base