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3rd grade
What feature of light energy makes it different from other kinds of energy?
April 21, 2009

8th grade
In "Beef Flat"... in comparison to "B Flat" Ha Ha Ha.
April 1, 2009

Math
Evaluate the series. 9 ‡” log(k+1/k) k=4
March 15, 2009

science
i need help writing up the discussion for a science experiment. I need to know what to include and say in it.
March 2, 2009

chemistry acids and bases
which solution is potentially more hazardous to your eyes: .1M HCl or .1M NaOH? Why? are they equally hazardous since one is an extremely strong acid and one is an extremely strong base?
February 19, 2009

algebra
I have to come up with examples of how to factor a trinomial; factoring with !=a and I have no idea what that even means. Can anyone explain or give me an example? It'd really be appreciated :)
February 9, 2009

To Victim of Stupidity's Algebra Systems with Subs
How do you make that a matrix in the form of [1 0 A] [0 1 B] ? I have a system, but i missed the lessons on all that matrix stuff. If you could tell me how to make one too, that'd be great.(you were the first person with that i found with a solved system so yeah)
January 25, 2009

history
for 1 im not sure for 2 i think its b and for 3 its c
January 19, 2009

US History
i would say the USS Maine because it had to do with Spanish Relations
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
President McKinley justified American acquisition of the Philippines primarily by emphasizing that a. the Filipinos wanted to be annexed by the United States b. the electoral success of the Republican party depended on their acquisition c. there was no acceptable alternative ...
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
Which of the following is most opposed to the concept of imperialism? a. the Northwest Ordinance b. The Treat of Paris, 1898 c. the writings of Alfred Thayer Mahan d. dollar diplomacy e. Manifest Destiny I think that its A but im not sure
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
the New Manifest Destiny of the 1890's came about because of all the following reasons EXCEPT a. the competition with European Powers b. Alfred Thayer Mahan's "The Influence of Seapower Upon History" c. Rudyard Kipling's ideas d. William Jennings Bryan&#...
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
so it would be C?
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
The Spanish War of 1898 did the following, EXCEPT ONE a. improved relations with Germany b. ended spanish rule in the Americas c. hastened the annexation of Hawaii d. improved relations with england i think that it is B but i have no idea really
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
The Filipino insurrection led by the Aquinaldo was the result of a. the senate vote ratifying the Treaty of Paris ending the Spanish-American war b. the extension of American military occupation of Manila to the entire archipelago c. the anti-war and anti-imperialists league&#...
January 19, 2009

social studies; AP US
the main reason why the United States had few foreign investments before 1890 was that a. the american people did not believe in imperialism b. congress had prohibited all loans to foreign countries c. the development of the west offered a profitable field for the investment ...
January 19, 2009

biology
can someone better explain to me what the independent/manipulated variable is in an experiment. also, i am not clear on what the dependent/responding variable is. please help
January 12, 2009

Math!!!
simply divide so that the x is by itself on one side of the equal sign. example: 45=15x x=3
January 11, 2009

ENGLISH
ok...what about this: My mother gave me the intimation that I would be able drive to school if the weather was good; though, she didn't tell that to me directly, it was hidden under her words.
January 11, 2009

ENGLISH
my dictionary said to announce or notify. what if i said: The intimation from Billy's mood made Susy think he was mad at her.
January 11, 2009

ENGLISH
no, intimation is the word
January 11, 2009

ENGLISH
could someone tell me if i used intimation in the following sentence correctly: The intimation that came over the loudspeaker reminded the students of the upcoming dance.
January 11, 2009

Physics/Chemistry
1 L of 20 degrees C water is mixed with 4 L of 40 degrees celcius water. What will be the temp of this mixture? the only thing i know is like V/T = V/T but im not sure how it relates to this problem, if at all.
January 11, 2009

BIOLOGY
what are other sciences that might provide information that is useful to biologists? i have not been able to find any internet websites that are helpful
January 8, 2009

ENGLISH
our assignment for homework was to take a nursery rhyme and make it a different point of view. in order to do that we were allowed to add in phrases to the rhyme any place we thought would sound good. so i took Little Miss Muffet and tried to make it limited omniscient. would ...
January 7, 2009

ENGLISH
would saying she felt hungry be limited omniscient?
January 7, 2009

ENGLISH
our assignment for homework was to take a nursery rhyme and make it a different point of view. in order to do that we were allowed to add in phrases to the rhyme any place we thought would sound good. so i took Little Miss Muffet and tried to make it limited omniscient. could ...
January 7, 2009

ENGLISH
ok, well that helped a little. our assignment for homework was to take a nursery rhyme and make it a different point of view. in order to do that we were allowed to add in phrases to the rhyme any place we thought would sound good. so i took Little Miss Muffet and tried to ...
January 7, 2009

ENGLISH
can anybody give me an example of limited omniscient. i already know that it is where you can hear the thoughts of one of the characters but i would just like an example in a sentence. please and thank you
January 7, 2009

Math
since you can't find the square of 8 you look inside that number to see what other numbers can be squared. For instance, 8 is divisible by 2 and 4. You can find the square root of 4. That is the first step. Now on n^3 you simply put it in terms that are divisible by 2. so ...
January 7, 2009

English
Charlie was the character in the book that the essay was about. The essay is about the differences in how people were treated before the 1960's. They were isolated and they weren't educated in the public school system. These things all relate back to the character in ...
December 13, 2008

English
I am having trouble with a thesis statement for an essay I did for Flower for Algernon. My teacher wants a thesis statement at the end of this intro. In the past few decades, man things have changed for mentally retarded people. In the past, a mentatlly retarded person was ...
December 13, 2008

Science
Why do some minerals have large, defined crystal faces, while others are not visible?
November 21, 2008

social studies
Andrew Jackson believed that the US needed to a. create a totally egalitarian society b. challenge the power of the eastern elites c. put an end to the existence of slavery d, strengthen the power of the federal government. i remember reading that jackson did not advocate ...
November 9, 2008

social studies
The following, except one, were reasons for the flood of immigrants in the 1840's: a. "American letters" b. a desire to retain the religion of their fathers c. speedy shipping d. the collapse of the Continental revolutions i'm pretty sure the answer is b. By ...
November 9, 2008

geometry
ok thank you so much. that is what i thought but i was thinking too much into it...again :)
October 6, 2008

geometry
can one tell if two triangles are congruent if they are given only the angles and all of them are congruent to one another? (Example below) triangle ABC and triangle DEF with angle A congruent to angle D, angle B congruent to angle E, and angle C congruent to angle F
October 6, 2008

math
definitions: RANGE:difference between the greatest and least number in the data MODE: the number that occurs the most in the data MEDIAN: the middle number in the set of data ordered least to greatest (if two numbers are in the middle then you must add the two and then divide ...
October 6, 2008

Math Problem
The slope of the "secant line" between the points (2, 5) and (x, x 2 + 1) in simplified form is, what?
October 5, 2008

MATH2
Given f(x) = 4x 2 + 2x - 1, the simplified form of the difference quotient, [f(x+h) - f(x)]/h is, what?
October 5, 2008

MATH
The slope of the "secant line" between the points (2, 5) and (x, x 2 + 1) in simplified form is, what?
October 5, 2008

MATH
The slope of the "secant line" between the points (2, 5) and (x, x 2 + 1) in simplified form is, what?
October 5, 2008

SPANISH 1
thanks for the help, it is greatly appreciated :)
September 24, 2008

SPANISH 1
i need help to make sure i translated these sentences correctly... (1)Que tiempo hace? What is the weather? (2)Que hora es? What hour is it? (3)A donde (where) camina Felipe? Where does Felipe walk? (4) Felipe toca a la puerta de Maria? Felipe knocks at Maria's door. (5)...
September 24, 2008

12th grade
What ended the era of dual federalism?
September 21, 2008

Math
thank u so much!!
September 21, 2008

Math
ã(X+2)-X=0 THE SQUARE ROOT OF (X+2)-x=0
September 21, 2008

chemistry
I know the formula is Ma x Mla / 1000 x Sa / Sb = Mb x Mlb / 1000 if 175 ml of KOH of unknown concentration with a methyl red indicator present is titrated with [0.275 M] H3PO4, the yellow solution turns red after 29.6 ml of the H3PO4 is added. What is the molarity of the KOH...
September 4, 2008

History
What was the agrarian and commercial reasons that promoted Manifest Destiny?
August 20, 2008

ALGEBRA I
what?!
August 13, 2008

ALGEBRA I
can anybody help me find the pattern in these two sequences please!! I can find the next two terms after that myself. I have spent at least 30 minutes on each and I can't figure it out...help!! 1)1, 1/4, 1/9, 1/16, 1/25,.... 2)1, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4,....
August 13, 2008

chemistry
fdllm,lsda
August 7, 2008

politics
what are the views on restriction of immigration from all the parties (democratic, republican, and libertarian?)
July 5, 2008

For drwls
I reposted again down below, if you wouldn't mind looking. Thanks, much appreciated :)
June 28, 2008

CALCULUS
Yes, ok I have done that, I drew a diagram, but the thing is, you have all these angles, the co interior angles, and I am unsure of which ones to use - you have the 30 from the NE and then there is 17 from SE but there is another one, and I am not sure how to find it. I know ...
June 28, 2008

CALCULUS
I need to use trigonometry to do this though, not component law, is there any real difference?
June 28, 2008

CALCULUS
Not sure how to go about adding up the angles. Thanks.
June 28, 2008

CALCULUS
Do you just find the resultant?
June 28, 2008

CALCULUS
How do I do this: add the following vectors , 7m/s [N30E] and 2m/s [S17E] I know that you must use trigonometry and break stuff up into components and use sine and cosine law; just not sure how. Thanks!
June 28, 2008

Algebra
I don't get 2 math problems, if I could see how it's completed then I can do the other problems on my own. Can someone pls help me this is so hard. =( Factor completely. 1. 0.49y^2-0.0025= 2. 6q^2+19qp+10p^2=
May 29, 2008

Algebra
I am lost on how to divide this problem and why they won't offer examples in the book is mind boggling. 8x^4y^2/4x^7y^2
May 27, 2008

Algebra
184-p^2 when p=7
May 26, 2008

Social Studies
what is the three branches of government
April 24, 2008

English
I have to do a research paper about something that has to do with my career field which is medical. My paper is on premature babies. My question is how do I do an outline before doing my research paper, how much information do I need to put in the outline?
April 16, 2008

chemistry
is pancake mix a suspension this is a different person I am using marshmallows as colloids and sweet tea as solutions we are in the same class
April 14, 2008

chemistry
I have to write a paper and bring in examples of each type of mixture for a class feast(so it needs to be edible). I want to know if i'm correct on the two that i have and i need an example of another and why it is it. I have Kool-Aid for a solution, jello for a colloid, ...
April 14, 2008

chemistry
I need an edible suspension for a project i am doing.
April 14, 2008

Chem
In a molecular weight determination, a volume of an unknown gas effused through a small opening in 40 seconds while the same volume of O2 required only 20 seconds for effusion. Calculate the molecular weight of the unknown gas.
April 14, 2008

Algebra
NEVER MIND I CHECKED IT AGAIN AND FOUND THE RIGHT ANSWERS
April 1, 2008

Algebra
Suppose a triangle has angles A,B, and C. Angle C is the right angle. Find the measures of the other sides to the nearest whole number. < means angle symbol. 1.BC=9,m<B=72 degrees I got angle AB=28 and angle AC=29 To solve these problems you find either the sine, cosine...
April 1, 2008

Algebra
The back of my book says the answer is 5(square root of 5) cm
April 1, 2008

Algebra
A rectangle has a width of 2(square root of 5)and an area of 50 cm^2. Find the length of the rectangle. Does anyone know how to explain this problem?
April 1, 2008

science
I want to say that the speed is the steepness, but I took that class a while ago so I would double check my answer.
March 31, 2008

physics
I want to say that it depends upon the speed/rate that an object is traveling but I no longer have the book to double check myself.
March 31, 2008

Pre-Algebra
You want to subtract the price change and divide it by the original number. It would be set up as amount of change/original amount. Hope that helps.
March 31, 2008

ALGEBRA
THANKS WE HAVEN'T DONE THOSE PROBLEMS ALL YEAR!
March 31, 2008

ALGEBRA
I have two problems that I am not sure about how to work out. 1. The distance traveled by a falling object is given by the formula d=4.9t^2, where d is in meters and t is in seconds. Solve the formula for t. 2.The volume of a right circular cone is given by the formula V=1/3(...
March 31, 2008

algebra
The rule is: The standard form of a linear equation is Ax+By=C, where A, B, and C are real numbers, and A and B are not both zero.
March 31, 2008

Algebra
Thanks for your help, you spent a lot of time with my problem. It is GREATLY APPRECIATED and it helps with the confusion I had on the quiz today. My teacher was not there to answer my question and she had never taught us how to solve these type of problems. Thanks again.
March 31, 2008

Algebra
So you distribute the 3 and the 2 to the numbers inside the radical?
March 31, 2008

Algebra
my teacher told me that the only way you can square EVERYTHING was if you ISOLATE the radicals. What you're doing is something completely different. You could have told me you made up a completely different problem.
March 31, 2008

Algebra
WHERE ARE YOU GETTING THE 5 AND THE 25. HOW ARE YOU MULTIPLYING THESE RANDOM NUMBERS TOGETHER?
March 31, 2008

Algebra
How are you getting the five? I am not really understanding. Since the numbers 2 and 3 are being MULTIPLIED, how can you just add them instead of dividing
March 31, 2008

Algebra
The two and the three are both being multiplied to the square roots that are on both sides of the equal sign. I don't know how to isolate the radicals(to get everything being added, subtracted, multiplied, or divided away) in order to square everything to get rid of the ...
March 31, 2008

algebra
Sorry, got caught in the moment. I think Reiny is right.
March 31, 2008

algebra
If I were you, I would use the foil method: First Outer Inner Last. If you don't know that method I will be willing to explain
March 31, 2008

Algebra
How do you find the domain of a function when the number is outside of the paranthesese. Example would be y=(square root of x)+3. I know that to find the domain when the number is under the square root, you have to make the number greater than or equal to zero and then add or ...
March 31, 2008

Algebra
Where did you get the 2 from in the second part of your solution?
March 31, 2008

Algebra
how do you simplify square root of 27 minus square root of 49 all divided by square root of 3. I have gotten two different answers when I tried to check it. It kind of looks like (27-49) (3) except all the numbers have their own square root symbol. I don't know if it will ...
March 31, 2008

ALGEBRA
How do you find the domain of a function when the number is outside of the paranthesese. Example would be y=(square root of x)+3. I know that to find the domain when the number is under the square root, you have to make the number greater than or equal to zero and then add or ...
March 31, 2008

MATH
how do you simplify square root of 27 minus square root of 49 all divided by square root of 3. I have gotten two different answers when I tried to check it. It kind of looks like (27-49) (3) except all the numbers have their own square root symbol. I don't know if it will ...
March 31, 2008

algebra
Could someone show me how to solve system of equations by graphing? 9x-9y=-45 9y-9x=45
March 19, 2008

algebra
I need help with a word problem. Trains A and B are traveling in the same direction on parallel tracks. Train A is traveling at 60 miles per hour and train B is traveling at 70 miles per hour.Train A passes a station at 6:10 A.M. If train B passes the station at 6:22 A.M., ...
March 18, 2008

algebra
That is the less than or equal to sign
March 14, 2008

algebra
Can you show me how to solve this problem? 5y + 4y ¡Ü -54
March 14, 2008

algebra
How do you solve this problem? 5y + 4y ¡Ü -54
March 14, 2008

Physical Science
What is the total number of electrons in a normal atom of hydrogen?
February 18, 2008

algebra
You are planning to spend no less than $6,000 and no more than $10,000 on your landscaping project. How do you write an inequality that demonstrates how much money you will be willing to spend on the project.
February 15, 2008

arithmetic
how do you break down a division problem such as 2%734?
February 11, 2008

MATH
Thanks i had an argument going the last time i posted this question. thanks again for the assurance.
February 2, 2008

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