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Posts by ALISON

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Accounting
Rita forms Finch Corporation by transferring land (basis of 125,000; fair market value of 750,000) which is subject to a mortgage of 375,000. Two weeks prior to incorporating Finch, Rita borrows 125,000 for personal purposes and gives the lender a second mortgage on the land. ...
March 4, 2010

MS. SUE/english
dear ms. sue what is a propositional phrase
February 19, 2010

math
nevermind
February 18, 2010

math
soooo sorry this is the wrong question
February 18, 2010

math
using only 1,2,3,4 one time and it must egual 29 would be 2 squared + 1*4+3 squared
February 18, 2010

English
I'm fishing for my word that I can use in my essay that would mean free with giving (almost to a fault), where one gives with little regard to where the money goes and what it would be used for.
January 28, 2010

punnett squares
how would i make a punnet square to find the offspring of parents: SsYy x ssyy I don't understand what i would put for each of the boxes on the outside
December 20, 2009

english
my teacher want me to find an example of assonance in the leda and the swan poem. i know assonance is the repitition of vowel sounds but after looking at the poem, i don't see any. can someone point it out to me?
December 13, 2009

math
Never mind... I got the answer!
November 28, 2009

math
you are designing a 1000-cm^3 right circular cylindrical can whose manufacture will take waste into account. There is no waste in cutting the aluminum for the side, but the top and bottom of radius r will be cut from squares that measure 2r units on a side. The total amount of...
November 28, 2009

math
f(x) = (2x)/ [(x^2 + x + 1)]^(1/2) How would I find the domain of f?
November 14, 2009

math
question: find the points at which the graph of x^2 -4x + y62 -6y =12 has a vertical or horizontal tangent line. I found the deriviative to be (x-2)/(3-y) Then, the x value for a horizontal would be x=2 and the y value for a vertical would be y=3. But how do i find the exact ...
November 1, 2009

calculus
how would i find the deriviative of y= x^ (- square root of 2)
October 29, 2009

math
sorry heres the rest: P(x)= sin(abs(x)) -1
October 3, 2009

math
I don't understand this calculus problem at all. can someone show me step by step? Find all values of x for which the function is differentiable
October 3, 2009

bio- double check answers
Would it be the food web then?
August 31, 2009

bio- double check answers
The ecological succession in an alaskan forest was fireweeds-> shrubs -> hardwood trees-> conifers. The variety of species that are best adapted to life under the prevailing conditions (with the conifers) comprise a. an ecosystem b. a food web c. a climaz community d...
August 31, 2009

Science
What is the conductivity of STAINLESS STEEL?!?!? PLZ help me because I've been searching for DAYS and I really need that fact! Thanks Allie
August 26, 2009

Math
Maybe if you put it into an algebraic expression... Let x be the number, 7x = 3x + 12 and work it out
August 26, 2009

economics
Why would YOU talk about? I mean if you are a developing nation maybe you would want assistance from the UN or somewhere....
August 25, 2009

calculus 2
i don't know
May 27, 2009

science
A ? is a channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope
February 27, 2009

chemistry
use dimensional analysis and the heat vaporization table. Water = 40.7 kj/mol. Start with the information that you were given and make sure that all of your units cancel out! (50.0mL)(1.00g/1mL)(1 mole H2O/18.0g H2O)(40.7kj/1 mole H2O) = 113.0 kj. There are 3 significant ...
February 7, 2009

physics
Woops! 125km/hr is 34.7m/s so 34.7*14.3 is 496.21m
January 25, 2009

physics
Givens: a=-9.81m/s^2 d=-1001m vi=0m/s d=vit+1/2at^2 -1001m=1/2-9.81m/s^2t^2 -1001m=-4.905m/s^2t^2 divide -1001m by -4.905m/s^2 204s^2=t^2 square root both sides 14.3s=t 125km/hr is 56m/s 56*14.3= 800.8m, that's the distance from the package dropped.
January 25, 2009

Chemistry
Ok, i understand that for real gases you have to account for volume of particles, and that they have attractive forces that lower the pressure, that make the ideal gas law invalid, but what does that have to do with low temp and high pressure?
October 5, 2008

Chemistry
Is it because at high pressure, molecules have volume, and at low temperature gases move slowly and act like a liqud so they have attractive forces that decrease pressure?
October 5, 2008

Chemistry
Ok, i understand that for real gases you have to account for volume of particles, and that they have attractive forces that lower the pressure, that make the ideal gas law invalid, but what does that have to do with low temp and high pressure?
October 5, 2008

Chemistry
I don't know what you just said, but i know that when an ideal gas is at a lower pressure, the molecules do not collide with the container as frequently, and that at a high temperature the molecules do collide frequently. What does this mean, does it even help me?
October 5, 2008

Chemistry
Why do gases behave in a less ideal manner when in LOW TEMP. AND HIGH PRESSURE?
October 5, 2008

constellation puppis
where can I find some basic information on the star puppis for grade 3 level? anyone.
June 12, 2008

Maths
How many different numbers can be made using 4 numbers a b c and d and only + and - ?
February 5, 2008

chemistry
how to find the percent difference?
December 30, 2007

french
What contributions did the french make to america?
December 12, 2007

Chemistry
what is the emission spectrum of the sun and what does this spectrum reveal about the types of elements in the sun?
October 27, 2007

Algebra
Thanks!
October 25, 2007

Algebra
A statue is 8ft. tall. The display case for a model of the statue is 18 inches tall. Which scale allows for the tallest model of the statue that will fit in the display case? A. 1 inch: 2 inches B. 1 inch: 7 inches C. 1 inch: 5 inches D. 1 inch: 10 inches
October 25, 2007

Social Studies
Why is it difficult to travel on many African rivers?
October 16, 2007

Chemistry
Write the formulas of the ions (including charges) present in aqueous solutions of the following: K2CO3 NH4NO3 NA2Cr2O7 Mg(C2H3O2)2 Make sure it is both mass and charge balanced. Here is a listing of many polyatomic ions. This should give you a start. Post with specific ...
April 4, 2007

math - 6th grade
how do you do front end estimation when the number of digits are different....like 12,249 - 6,875 dgud wat are the poperties of math and what do they all mean????????? i need help in my homework I haven't used the expression "front end" estimation but I would ...
September 25, 2006

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