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Representation on the Real Line
In the above real line, if \( X = 3 \), which of the following is a possible value for \( a?\)
3.5
4.0
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4
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In the above real line, if \( A = 2 \) and \(B = 4 \), which of the following is a possible value for \(x \)?
2.54
6.24
4.6
1.70
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If \(X=-10.28\) on the real line above, what is the value of \(A+B?\)
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Which of the following represents the number that has the same absolute value as \(X?\)
\[A\]
\[B\]
\[C\]
\[D\]
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In the above number line, if \(k = 4.4 \), which of the following is a possible value for \(A\)?
5
8
6
3
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