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August 30, 2015
Total # Posts: 16

**English help :)**

A..
*March 19, 2015*

**English help :)**

No where, so maybe D or C. It doesn't talk about her struggle just yet so i'm gonna go with D? maybe..
*March 19, 2015*

**English help :)**

Aunt Elizabeth’s Dream Matthew Ramirez 1United States, 1919. Hanna and her sister, Ali, anxiously await their mother’s return. Their mother, who is the niece of the late Elizabeth Cady Stanton, is out voting for the first time since the passage of the Nineteenth ...
*March 19, 2015*

**English-Please Help**

B, It makes the most sense. I don't know just trying to help lol
*March 19, 2015*

**math**

explain how 8 ten thousands can be equal to 80 thousands
*September 9, 2014*

**geometry**

-4x+3y=3 7x-9y-6 solve
*January 26, 2014*

**math**

Josh completed 2 math problems in 2 minutes. Julia says he did 3/5 of a problem each munute. is she correct?
*January 10, 2014*

**Geometry**

10.4
*March 12, 2013*

**Math**

Ms. Nikkel wants to divide her class of 23 into 4 equal teams is this reasonable? Why or why not?
*January 17, 2013*

**Math- Alg 2**

Which logarithmic equation is equivalent to the exponential equation below? 3^x=28
*January 27, 2012*

**Math- Alg 2**

The number of computers sold by BCC depends on the dollar amount, x, that they spend on advertising. How many computers will they sell by spending $80,000 on advertising? Round to the nearest whole number and do not include units in your answer. N(x) = 100 + 20 * In(0.25x)
*January 26, 2012*

**mystery number**

What is the three digit mystery number? It is less than 300. The tens digit is 4 more than the hundreds digit. The sum of the digit is 9. The hundreds digit is 2 less than the ones digit.
*October 3, 2011*

**physical science**

suppose one of your test tubes ha a capacity of 23 mL. you need to use about 5 mL. of a liquid. describe how you could estimate 5 mL
*September 8, 2010*

**statistics**

a password consists of two letters followed by a five-digit number. how many passwords are possible if (a)there are no restriction and (b)none of the letters or digits can be repeated? what is the probability of guessing the password in one if there no restriction?
*March 16, 2010*

**Math**

Can someone please explain this problem to me? I would appreciate it very much. 1. y=x^2 - 2mx + (2m + 3) 2. D= b^2 - 4ac 3. D= (-2m)^2 - 4(1)(2m - 3) 4. 4m^2 - 8m + 12 5. 4(m^2 - 2m + 3) 6. 4(m + 1)(m - 3) m (> or = to) 3, m (< or = to) -1 Then you draw the parabola ...
*June 25, 2007*

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