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**math plzzz help quick**

PLZZZ PLEASE Yeah! One letter shorter. Wow! It sure saves a lot of time and effort!

**social studies**

Here are the answers for the quick check 1. A 2. D 3. A 4. B, C I hope you use these answers to check yours and see if they're right, but it's your decision.

**Social Studies. Please help!**

Whitney wanted to speed up the making of guns by having machines manufacture each part. All machine-made parts would be alike-for example, one trigger would be identical to another. Identical parts would fit together with all other parts, and gunsmiths would not have to build ...

**Social Studies. Please help!**

Thank you! @Ms. Sue

**Social Studies. Please help!**

3. Which of the following statements best summarizes the system of railroads shown on the map? A: The majority of the railroads that connected the North to the South were built by 1850. B: The railroads established by 1860 each began and ended at a major American city or port ...

**Social Studies. Please help!**

Thank you!

**Social Studies. Please help!**

Based on this image, how can you tell the spinning jenny increased the speed of thread production? A: It is built so only one person needs to spin its single wheel. B: It is built out of metal to ensure it lasts a long time. C: It is built to spin multiple spools of thread at ...

**Social Studies**

b c c

**S.S.**

I took the test, te answer to 4 is wrong, but the rest are right. The answer to 4 is b.

**math**

How do you write 19/2 as a percentage?

**math**

How do you write 159% as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form?

**math**

How do you write 130% as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form?

**math**

How do you write 84% as a fraction or mixed number in simplest form?

**Math**

what is the least perimeter of a rectangle with an area of 32 square feet

**Math**

l vertical and horizontal cross-sections of any one cube are all the same size and shape. What about vertical and horizontal cross-sections of a pyramid? Are they all the same size? Are they all the same shape? Discuss why or why not.

**Math**

l vertical and horizontal cross-sections of any one cube are all the same size and shape. What about vertical and horizontal cross-sections of a pyramid? Are they all the same size? Are they all the same shape? Discuss why or why not.

**science**

Which of the following activities would contribute the most to global warming? -driving a solar-powered car -snowmobiling around a national park(i picked) -launching an engineless glider -trekking by horseback

**science**

wow so nice ms. sue ._.

**Math**

Did you get it right?

**Math**

is it a or c i don't understand what the second part means 5.8 seconds or 9.2 seconds?

**physics**

A hungry bear weighs 700 N walks to a basket of candy that is located in end of a beam . The beam is uniform and weighs 200N , with a length of 6.0 m . The beam is supported by a cord forming an angle of 60 ° . The basket weighs 80 N. When the bear is within 1.2 m ...

**Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(science)**

This is connexus, and the answers are C B A B D D C D D B.

**Science**

Hostile

**Language arts**

Wait do you guys know what it means by independent reading selection? Have I been supposed to be reading stuff?

**ART HAVING HARD TIME**

Excuse but is your name Tayor Buttz

**Johnny Tremain**

For me character vs self was A. So you're all stupid.

**History**

what were the answers

**Language arts**

plz answer this same question for me, but for the book dragonwings.plzplzplzplz.

**science**

1 = B 2 = A 3 and 4 = C

**Language Arts**

1.A 2.B 3.A 4.C here are the answers it will give you 100%

**Math**

the answer will have to be a number that can go into 60 so list the factors. 60:1,2,3,4,5,6,10,12,15,20,30,60.Then minus all the numbers by seven.whatever number has a sum that is divisible by 60 is your answer. I KNOW THIS IS LATE

**language**

what is the name of the best beach in New York?

**science**

HOW COME MANY KIDS AREN'T ALOUD TO TALK ABOUT GOD IN SCHOOLS? and evolution still doesn't makes sense.

**MATH PLS HELP CHECK ANSWERS**

All of these are correct, except 6 and 3, which are: 3: B. 6: Look at Steve's answer.

**Math 2**

3/8

**history**

that name tho

**Social Studies Help**

I'm really confused this isn't very helpful

**science help plzzz**

B D C C A

**Science-Ms.Sue**

Darwin thought that organisms had to struggle to survive, as Lamarck thought that organisms could just make adjustments anytime.

**Science**

B C B A

**curiousity**

Is Jiskha actually helpful?

**7th Grade**

DNA

**Social Studies**

What kind of landform would you expect to find at the highest elevations to the north of Coronado's route

**Math**

3+5=8 80/8=10 x=10 YES b=30 YES g=50 YES y=10 NO b=30 NO g=20 NO Because 60 doesn't = 70 y=20 YES b=60 YES g=40 YES Because 90 = 90 S = 30 boys and 50 girls J = 60 boys and 50 girls

**7th Grade Social Studies!!**

is this for connexus academy too?

**Math**

4/9=b/27 9b=108 108/9= 12 boys

**English 11**

ROSCOE J. IS CORRECT!!

**math**

7 and 8. 7times8=56

**READING**

??? What king of question is this? This is just dumb... None are really onomatopoeia. If I were you, I would choose 15 because of slurpy, sticky, sweet, but if I was feeling dumb, I would make a letter E, write none of the above, and circle it

**Earth Science**

DONT GO FOR SPITS its defiantly not the answer.

**math**

Idk this please help Bryan you make no sense

**math**

consider a square and a regular pentagon. one side of the square is 6 feet longer than a side of the pentagon, and the figures have the same perimeter. what are the lengths of the sides of each figure?

**Cultural diversity**

I totally agree with Anonymous!!!!!

**math**

ms.sue thx 4 trying

**math**

hi. im doing a PIZZAZ! sheet if your familar with it? anyway one of the questions reads,what is 7/12 - 1/3=? please HELP

**math**

you change X into 10 . so 10 - 8 = 2 or X-8=2 .

**math**

30+30+2x>88; 30+30=60; 60-(30+30)+2x>88; 2x/2>28/2; x>14. > is greated than

**Science**

Post a reflection on your own worldview and compare it with the worldviews presented in the text.

**algebra 2**

1.252198067

**mega urgently important maths**

the functions f and g are defined by f(x)=2/(x+1), x>0 g(x)=1-x^2, xER a)find value of fg(x)giving your answer in the simplest form. b) find f^-1(x) c) solve f(x)= f^-1(x)

**maths**

the functions f and gare defined by f(x)=2/(x+1), x>0 g(x)=1-x^2, xER a)find value of fg(x)giving your answer in the simplest form. b) find f^-1(x) c) solve f(x)= f^-1(x)

**Maths**

I know your are suffering Sean, so i'll tell u. USE base 7. Cubes mod 7 cant have a residue of 3 or 4. 10 ^ 3n + 1 dose and only has a residue of 10 ^ 3n +1. So there u go sean yu.

**social studies**

how did technology change what was brought and sold in rural areas?

**Physics**

sq((ks^2/m)-2gy)

**5th grade**

I have a unscramble analogies worksheet that I can't answer. Here are the analogies: ________:judical branch [eempusr ructo] radius:______[meeairtd] brass instruments:_____[stoaercrh] _______:poem[anzsat] _______:pants[bowaerrd] thank you

**science**

Volcanoes can grow in size and repair themselves, however they are unable to reproduce

**Math**

That is a very confusing question, you may want to reword that if you want an answer

**music**

i need information on musicals . i need to write a 400 word essay on them and i dnt really no what to write can you help me.

**mummification**

What substance was used to stuff the nostrils? http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/mummification.htm Use Ctrl + F and search for nostrils. =) Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. The nostrils were stuffed with resin or wax.

**Science**

When mixing formaldehide and asiphilate what happens? Check the spelling of asiphilate?

**Neon**

Neon WOuld Be something thatlights up our world and without it there would be no light. -Slogan (if wanted one)

**WORD PROCESSING AND KEYBOARDING**

is this penn foster?

**chem!!**

Question: 1. The value of the equilibrium constant for the reaction H2CO3(aq) + energy ƒnƒnH2O(l) + CO2(g) can be changed by introducing a change to which component of the equation? This relates to the Le Chatelier principle. Thanks! Keq (the constant itself) changes...

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