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March 2, 2015

March 2, 2015

Total # Posts: 341

**Chemistry**

Maybe you can find a picture of it on the internet and post the url for everyone to click on to see
*October 15, 2007*

**math**

well a hint is that it starts with a vowel because before the line a an is written showing that is starts in a A, E, I, O or U
*October 15, 2007*

**math**

48 cans
*October 15, 2007*

**Help please!!**

She usually gives written tests with not diagrams
*October 11, 2007*

**Help please!!**

thank you
*October 11, 2007*

**Help please!!**

I am currently inrolled in a biology class, I pay attentionin class, I take all the notes possible, I study for the test at least 4-5 days in advance. I am putting 110% of my effort into this class. I am an A student but I am getting d's on the tests. I don't know what...
*October 11, 2007*

**math test**

Well, If you have your book from the class, I always find it helpful to re-read the chapters that the teacher told me to study as a reminder and try to memorize the important facts. Also see if you can find any questions over what you need to study on the internet and solve ...
*October 11, 2007*

**Algebra 2**

I have just found Jiskha but i will remember for the rest of my high school carreer
*October 11, 2007*

**Algebra 2**

thanks
*October 11, 2007*

**Algebra 2**

thanks now how did you solve it what did you do?
*October 11, 2007*

**Algebra 2**

Where do the following lines meet on a coordinate system? e.g. (x,y) x+3y=4 2x-y+8
*October 11, 2007*

**geometry**

Name the property which justifies the following conclusion: given: 3q+9r conclusion: 3(q+3r)
*October 3, 2007*

**geometry**

Name the property which justifies the following conclusion: given: 3q+9r conclusion: 3(q+3r)
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Choose the phrase that completes the following statement as stated by the point, line, and plane postulates: Once plane___________ passes through three noncollinear points. a. never b. sometimes c. always d. point, line, and plane postulates do not address this topic directly.
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

i kinda accidentally put up the question up 3 times
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Choose the phrase that completes the following statement as stated by the point, line, and plane postulates: Once plane___________ passes through three noncollinear points. a. never b. sometimes c. always d. point, line, and plane postulates do not address this topic directly.
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Rewrite the statement in if-then form. All equilateral triangles have three congruent sides. a. a figure has three congruent sides if and only if it is an equilateral triangle. b. a figure is an equilateral triangle if and only if it has three congruent sides. c. if a figure ...
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Decide which one of the following statements is false. a. any three points lie on a distinct line. b. three noncollinear points determine a plane. c. a line contains at least two points. d. through any two distinct points there exists exactly one line. my best guess would have...
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

i was in honors in jr. high and my new high school doesn't offer it so i'm stuck in just regular geometry. I also think algebra 2 is easy it is just that geometry gets you sometimes.
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

yes i'm correct for once
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Refer to the following statement: Two lines are perpendicular if and only if they intersect to form a right angle. A. Is this a biconditional statement? b. Is the statement true? this is what I put a. yes b. yes
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

thank you very much
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Which of the following is an example of transitive property? a. If x=5, then x-2=5-2 b. If x+5=y and y=-2, then x+5=-2 c. x+5=x+5 d. If y=x-2, then x-2=y my answer is B. That is my best answer to this question because my book doesn't adequately explain what transitive ...
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

ok i'll start doing that from now on
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

oh i get that alot
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

i'm trying i'm just posting the questions up so I can compare other peoples work to mine to see if im correct cause i dont want to turn in my homework and get an f again
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Rewrite the biconditional as a conditional statement and its converse and then determine if the biconditional is an accurate definition: Two angles are supplementary if and only if they form a linear pair conditional:_____________________________ converse:...
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

i thought it was that answer too but i thought the answer was just too simple to be true
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

it doesn't make sense to me either thats why i'm posting the question up
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Write the converse: If p, then q.
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

yes thank you
*October 2, 2007*

**geometry**

Rewrite the postulate in if-then form. "A line contains at least two points."
*October 2, 2007*

**Chemistry**

compute volume and/ or weights of reagents to make the following solution. Desired concentration: 22 ug/mL bovine serum albumin Desired quantity: 100 mL Given: 95% bovine serum albumin I'm not sure how to do this so any help would be great. Thanks!
*September 18, 2007*

**Chemistry**

compute volume and/ or weights of reagents to make the following solution. Desired concentration: 40% NaOH + 4% Na2S2O3 Desired quantity: 1500 mL Given: 90% w/w NaOH, pure Na2S2O3 I'm not sure how to do this so any help would be great. Thanks!
*September 17, 2007*

**chemistry**

compute volume and/ or weights of reagents to make the following solution. Desired concentration: 40% NaOH + 4% Na2S2O3 Desired quantity: 1500 mL Given: 90% w/w NaOH, pure Na2S2O3 I'm not sure how to do this so any help would be great. Thanks!
*September 16, 2007*

**chemistry**

Determine the molarity of 30% (w/w) KOH of specific gravity 1.29. Thanks for any help.
*September 10, 2007*

**Chemistry**

I have a table that has the vapor pressure of water at selected temperatures. It is converted from celsius to torr. For example: 18°C = 15.5 torr 19°C = 16.5 torr Unfortunately, the temperature I got is 18.5°C. How do I convert it to torr? The book has no equation ...
*March 30, 2007*

**voc electronics**

what happens when iron is heated It gets hot. Ha, Ha. But I'm sure you didn't want that for an answer. Please be more specific about what you are looking for and I can refine that answer for you.
*February 27, 2007*

**social studies**

ways and need to preserve and protect monument like konark and sanchi http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1150207722.1150232150
*September 1, 2006*

**To Dr.Bob**

what up?!
*June 11, 2006*