# Posts by Callie

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**math**

what are equivalent to 20:36 ratios theres 3 of them what are they

**AP Chemistry!!!**

If 5.6 g of aluminum at 65.2 °C is placed in a calorimeter that contains water at 23.5 °C and the temperature of the water after the heat exchange occurs is 24.7 °C, then identify how much water is in the calorimeter. I know this has something to do with q=mc delta...

**AP Chemistry!!!**

Explain the reaction that would occur in a galvanic cell between solutions of Al3+ and Pb2+. Identify the oxidation and reduction reactions and the location of each reaction. Then, use the standard reduction potential tables to determine the cell potential.

**Science HELP!!**

Compare and contrast the roles of genetic factors and local conditions in determining physical traits Contrast dominant, recessive, codominant, and incomplete dominant traits and give examples of each Summarize the process of sexual reproduction and explain how variations of ...

**Science**

If a female dog has her tail cut off in an accident. A few months later, she has eight puppies. How many puppies were probably born with tails?

**Math HELP!**

Find the function rule. x -2 -1 0 1 2 y 9 4 -1 -6 -11

**Math Check Answers**

Ms. Sue can you help me with 5 and 1 please?

**Math Check Answers**

1.) 1 7/8 + 1/9 0 1 *** 2 2 1/2 2.) 8 8/9 - 5 1/11 4 ** 5 14 11 3.) 7 2/3 x 3 7/9 2 3/27 11 4/9 ** 28 26/27 21 14/27 4.) Walter had 2/4 yard of string. He used 1/2 of the string for a school project. How many yards of string did he use fir his project? 5/24 1 0 1/4 ** 5.) Mali...

**awser me**

poophol

**Math**

Ms. Sue?

**Math**

Of the set [ -5,5,-3,8], which two numbers have the same absolute value? Explain.

**Math**

How?

**Math**

Heidi conducted a survey in her neighborhood to determine the restaurant her neighbors preferred. Restaurant Number of Neighbors Pams Diner 23 Nick's 36 Magnolia 12 Olive Groove 22 Fine Dining 20 Patsy's 22 Best Eatery 22 Heidi concluded that one of the least preferred...

**Algebra**

For two consecutive positive even integers, the product of the smaller and twice the larger is 160. Find the integers.

**physics**

An object is moved left to right horizontally 2 meters while a force of 3 Newtons to the left acts. No other forces act on the object. Draw a diagram of showing the displacement and the force and calculate the work done on the object in Joules.

**Math**

It takes 3 cups of granola and 2 cups of raisins to make trail mix if I want to make 15 cups of trail mix how many cups of raisins do I need? Please explain steps to find x, I got 45 but I saw people got different answers??? Please help me and I just want to make sure.

**Math**

Write a simplified algebraic expression for the volume, V, of a rectangular prism that has a height 4 units longer than the length of the square base. evaluate the volume of x=10cm.

**LA**

Dear Ms.Sue It has come to my conclusion that users of the jiskha website do not give out free answers to ELA. Im out here trying to get free 100's and your rude self doesn't give me free answers. I ask that you just cheat for us Connexus kids. So from now on when we ...

**Science plz help**

ugggh i have this too u go to gaca huh?

**Calculus**

Those are the answers I got that I thought were wrong, but the online assignment wanted the value of f(9)=-479 and f(-1)=21, not 9 and -1. Thank you!

**Calculus**

Find the local maximum and local minimum of the function. f(x) = x^3 − 12x^2 − 27x + 7

**Calculus-antiderivative**

Find f. f ''(θ) = sin θ + cos θ, f(0) = 5, f '(0) = 3 My steps: f'(θ)=cosθ-sinθ+C When f'(0)=3, C=-2, so f'(θ)=cosθ-sinθ-2. f(θ)=-sinθ-cosθ-2x+D When f(0)=5, D=6, so f is -sinθ-cosθ-...

**Calculus**

Find the critical numbers of the function. (Use n to denote any arbitrary integer values.) f(θ) = 12 cos θ + 6 sin2θ My answer was pi/2 and 3pi/2, but those were wrong. I don't understand the 'n' part, either.

**Calculus**

Find the absolute maximum and absolute minimum values of f on the given interval. f(x) = 17 + 4x − x^2, [0, 5] I got -13 and 17, but the answers were wrong. Take the derivative for the critical values, right? To get 2 as a critical value. What from there?

**Calculus**

I got the answer, never mind!

**Calculus**

Find the lim x→∞ of (ln(x))^2)/x using L'hospital's rule. I got - infinity when I did this, but I think I was looking at the numerator wrong when I took the derivative.

**Calculus**

Find the limit as x approaches 0+ of (lnx)/x using L'hospitals rule. When I do this, I keep getting stuck at 1/0 when you plug back into the equation after doing l'hospital once.

**Calculus**

Find the limit as x->infinity of (1+8/x)^x

**Calculus**

I took my derivative wrong when I did this on my own. Thank you!

**Calculus**

Find an equation of the tangent line to the curve at the point (1, 1/e). y = (x^3)(e^−x)

**Calculus**

Thank you very much! I was thinking this was a ratio problem for some reason.

**Calculus**

Someone had helped me yesterday, but I need it broken down more because I honestly don't understand any of this? A plane flying horizontally at an altitude of 2 mi and a speed of 420 mi/h passes directly over a radar station. Find the rate at which the distance from the ...

**Calc**

A plane flying horizontally at an altitude of 2 mi and a speed of 420 mi/h passes directly over a radar station. Find the rate at which the distance from the plane to the station is increasing when it is 5 mi away from the station.

**Calculus**

Much appreciated

**Calculus**

A plane flying horizontally at an altitude of 2 mi and a speed of 420 mi/h passes directly over a radar station. Find the rate at which the distance from the plane to the station is increasing when it is 5 mi away from the station.

**Calculus**

If a ball is thrown vertically upward with a velocity of 96 ft/s, then its height after t seconds is s = -16t^2 + 96t. What is the velocity of the ball when it is 128 ft above the ground on its way up?

**Math - NPV & IRR**

East Coast Television is considering a project with an initial outlay of $X ( you will have to determine this amount) It is expected that the project will produce a positive cash flow of $60,000 a year at the end of each year for the next 16 years. The appropriate discount ...

**Math-NPV**

Net Present Value Big Steve's makers of swizzle sticks, is considering the purchase of a new plastic stamping machine. This investment requires an initial outlay of $110,000 and will generate net cash inflows of $17,000 per year for 11 years. a. what is the projects NPV ...

**math**

Write a function rule for the total cost. One frozen yogurt store sells frozen yogurt for $3.00 per cup and $1.25 per topping. Write a linear equation to show the total cost of a cup of frozen yogurt. Then calculate the total price for one cup of frozen yogurt with 4 toppings...

**math**

X|-2|0|2|4| Y|-4|0|4|8| Do the values in the table represent a linear function? If so what is the function rule? A. The values do not show a linear function. B. Yes, the values show a linear function; y=1/2x+4. C. Yes,the values show a linear function; y=2x+2. D. Yes, the ...

**Math**

Hi! Can someone check my answers? Thanks!! Directions: Tell whether the following questions are either permutations or combinations. 1.) Number of ways the Junior class can elect a committee of officers - President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. (my answer: ...

**Math**

Hi! Can someone check my answers? Thanks!! Directions: Tell whether the following questions are either permutations or combinations. 1.) Number of ways the Junior class can elect a committee of officers - President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. (my answer: ...

**math**

Which is not a combination? A. Choosing 3 toppings for your pizza. B. Lining 3 students up in a row. C. Choosing 2 desserts from a tray of 10. D. Choosing 5 students to represent a class of 30. Is the answer D?

**suggestion**

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**suggestion**

I couldn't find a place for this, but I have a suggestion. Can we have it so we can upload an image along with out questions? Like if there's a graph of some sort.

**physics**

A snowboarder is trying to gap a 14m wide road. He leaves the 19m high cliff at 10m/s at 30 degrees. Questions: 1. Does he make it? 2.When the snowboarder is 16m above the road, what is his speed?

**physics**

A golfer is attempting to hit the ball onto an 18m green over a gorge. The location where the ball is hit from is elevated 35m above the green which is 65m away. Assume the ball was hit at a velocity of 20m/s at 40 degrees: Questions: 1. does the ball land on the green and why...

**Science Help Please**

1. Which of the following correctly describes a radio wave? A. long wavelength and high frequency B. long wavelength and low frequency C. short wavelengh and low frequency D. short wavelengh and high frequency Is the answer B? 2. When the energy of a light wave is transferred ...

**L.A**

Yep!:)

**Social studies.**

Were there any key events in James K polks life that shaped his dream for the United States? I can't find a source that seems to fit this question.

**Social studies.**

Ok Thank you.

**Social studies.**

Hi I am supposed to write a dialoge essay. The question I have to answer is How did James K polk work to help change the United States. My answer James K polk did many things to help change the United States, these are the things he did. Manifest Destiny: he stretched America ...

**Math**

Eighteen students in a class play baseball. Seventeen students in the class play basketball. Thirty students in the class plau either or both sports. Select the Venn diagram that shows the number of students who play basketball and baseball. A.The first diagram shows the first...

**Math**

Eighteen students in a class play baseball. Seventeen students in the class play basketball. Thirty students in the class plau either or both sports. Select the Venn diagram that shows the number of students who play basketball and baseball. A.The first diagram shows the first...

**Language arts**

Thanks

**Language arts**

Which ending suggests the most reliable website for research? A.c-o- m B.e-d-u C.n-e-t D.b-i-z Is the answer B? Thanks.

**Language arts**

oh ok C?

**Language arts**

It is evening on the front porch of a small cabin in the woods. A lantern placed on a porch table gives off a soft glow. The bussing of insects and croaking of frogs can be heard in the distance. Now and then there is the sound of water splashing, as if a fish has jumped in a ...

**Language arts**

I went with C, that was the right answer.

**Language arts**

I just don't know why a reader would be looking for stage directions

**Language arts**

oh ok thanks.

**Language arts**

Oh sorry I meant to put is the answer B?

**Language arts**

What does a reader look for in the second reading of a drama in the multi-draft reading process? A. Relationships about theme. B. Key ideas and details about characters and setting. C. Stage directions and dialogue that advances action. D. Similarities with other works. Is the...

**Math**

Thank you :-)

**Math**

Identify the outlier for the following data set: 2.4,5.3,3.5,22.6,1.8,2.1,4.6 A. 2.4 B. 2.1 C. 22.6 D. 3.5 Is the answer C? Thank you

**LA**

Its B.

**Language Arts**

Thank you.

**Language Arts**

ok so A?

**Language Arts**

What is the prepositional phrase in the following sentence? Yesterday the poet was working very hard in his attic room. A. in his attic room B. Yesterday the poet C. very hard D. his attic room Is the answer B? Thank you

**Language Arts**

Which answer choice combines these sentences using participal phrase? A. The crowd encouraged the team. The team scored 10 points. B. When the crowd encouraged the team, the team scored 10 points. C. The crowd encouraged the team, and the team scored 10 points. D. The team, ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you Ms. Sue:)

**Language Arts**

Thomas: Come on, Patrick you'll have fun. You'll learn alot, and you'll be helping a family have a home that they otherwise couldn't afford. Patrick: I don't know, Thomas. I've never built anything before, much less a house. Thomas: You don't have ...

**Math Help!**

Find the lateral area of the square pyramid 22 height 8 base 8 width.

**Math Help!**

the answers are A. 3cm B. 6 cm C. 9 cm D. 18 cm with a radius of 4 cm.

**Math Help!**

I've been at this since 3:00 and I'm getting nervous. I really need help.

**Math Help!**

Yes.

**Math Help!**

If a big cylinder has the radius of 24cm and a height of 18cm, what would the height be for the smaller cylinder with 4cm as the radius? Thank you so much.

**Language Arts**

Which of the following sentences contains a pronoun in the possessive case? A. My sister Sarah loves to cook. B. She made dinner for the family last night. C. When Sarah offered us seconds, I was too full. D. Mom and Dad make me do the dishes when Sarah cooks. Is the answer A...

**Language Arts**

Thank you for correcting me :)

**Language Arts**

Which of the following sentences uses a predicate noun? A. Jessica's bike ride was uneventful. B. The owner of the bike is she. C. Jessica is the owner of the pink bike. D. Jessica's bike looks brand new. I've been researching this for a while now and I believe the...

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

If a big cylinder has the radius of 24cm and a height of 18cm, what would the height be for the smaller cylinder with 4cm as the radius?

**Language Arts**

Thank you Reed:)

**Language Arts**

Which of the following sentences uses a predicate adjective. A. The rain looked shiny under the streetlight. B. Rachel will be our instructor this year. C. The snow looked like glitter on the ground. D. This year, our instructor will be she. Is the answer A? Thank you

**Langauge Arts**

Thank you

**Langauge Arts**

What is the best paraphrase of the final stanza? A. The water slows until it reaches its destiny, a place not too different from mine, where the water stretches to meet the sky. Other people use it like a mirror. They fish and think here. B. The water comes back to my special ...

**Langauge Arts**

Thank you :)

**Langauge Arts**

The poem 1. I sit on the bank in my special place, 2. Feel the breeze that lifts my hair, 3. And watch the ripples run across the river. 4. It is so peaceful here. 5. Deep enough to justify a fishing pole, 6. Quiet enogh for my every thought, 7. The perfect place to ...

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

Lol, and that's ok thanks for the help, Brady:)

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

What is the slant height? Or that them your talking about? Can't you just tell me the slant height?

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

This is what I get. 3.14*8(8+√49+64 25.12(8+√113 25.12+14.125 =39.245 I know I'm wrong

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

The part in the division is what's confusing me,.

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

I still don't understand how to right it down to show my work. Please right it out for me thanks.

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

Find the surface area of a cone with a radius of 8in. and a height of 7 in. I forgot the formula how to work this out can somebody help me. Thanks

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

Find the volume of the cylinder with a radius of 34m and a height of 27m. This is how I did it can you please tell me if I did it correct, thanks. V= 3.14r^2h = 3.14*34^2*27 = 3.14*1156*27 = 98005.68 If this is not it can you please explain what I did wrong?

**Language arts**

I'm just gonna go with D. thank you for trying to help me.:)

**Language arts**

Wouldn't the answer be D since they're the same length like fist stanza supposed to be. And I only get one choice.

**Language arts**

In the first stanza, while lines rhyme? A. Lines 1 and 3. 1. It shall flash through coming ages, 3. And eyes now dim with sorrow B. Lines 2 and 4 2. It shall light the distant years; 4. Shall be brighter through their tears. C. Lines 3 and 4 3. And eyes now dime with sorrow 4...

**Art**

It was right thank you:)

**Art**

Thanks

**Art**

How could and observer distinguish the home of a rich inca from a regular citizen? A. Home of the wealthy were made with wood B. Homes of the wealthy had no trapezoid shapes C. Homes of the wealthy had stone roofs. D. Homes of the wealthy had not motar Is the answer D? Thank you