# Posts by Cassidy

Total # Posts: 255

**algebra**

figure out exponents first. then subtract the 2 values.

**Algebra**

If two triangles are to be similar, they must have all the same angle measurements. So, if every triangle has 3 angles with the sum of 180, you can easily find the missing angle by subtracting the 2 from 180. Do that with each possibility. Then see which ones have the 3 same ...

**Talent Shows**

Sure. Karate is a talent for many. People have done it in talent shows at my school. :-)

**science**

Could it be oxygen? Fire needs oxygen to keep burning. If you have 2 candles and put a jar over 1. The covered one will burn out while the one with oxygen surrounding it stays lit.

**Math**

It is a proportion. Just cross multiply. Then divide. So... 3 times 3, divide that by 8, and you should have the value of x.

**Adv. Math**

m < 2 2/3

**Health**

How about these? Black Lung (Gold Leaf) Peasant (Regal) Perhaps try to make one off of: (Morley) (Marlboro) (Camel)

**Food**

I have to prepare an Elizabethan food. Any recipes out there? I've been trying to find something other than meat.

**Math**

You are looking for the volume of the can. The formula for the volume of a cylinder is base x height... or (pi x radius^2)x(height). According to my calculations, the answer should be approximately 62.5 inches cubed.

**science**

Do you mean certain species or like types of animals?

**Spanish**

Not really a homework question, but more of asking for advice... I'm doing a skit tomorrow with another classmate in spanish and we had to write and memorize(sort of) lines according to a certain scenario. Are there any good techniques to help with my performance?

**Memorizing**

I have to memorize a soliloquy from Romeo and Juliet this week. What are good techniques in order to perfectly memorize it?

**math**

think about how the clock moves. as the minute hand moves, so does the hour hand. so it may not be as easy as 6:15, 6:30, and 6:45

**Romeo and Juliet**

What are to reasone why Lord Capulet doesn't let Tybalt fight Romeo?

**Romeo and Juliet**

If you were to describe Mercutio's personality, what would be the main things to mention?

**Romeo and Juliet**

This is the last line of the prologue in Romeo and Julet. When it says "our toil", who is "our" referring to? "What here shall miss, our toil shall strive to mend."

**math**

a= (x+10) d= (3x+10) x=? 180-x= (x+10)+(3x+10) x=32 I hope that helps. Remember, all three angles add up to 180. So be sure to always include it when trying to solve for an unknown value.

**Spanish**

I believe it is not accented.

**math/Geometry**

what is the proprty of 0 pluse 90 equls 90

**math**

ndlaohl

**science**

anything combustable, meaning it has the ability to explode.

**Physics**

How long does it take a 19 kW steam engine to do 6.8x10^7 of work? I have no idea how to solve this... Would someone please help?

**math**

you have 2 lengths of 125, so you use up 250. Now you have 50 left, the 2 other sides must be even in order to be a rectangle. So divide 50 by 2 and you get 25. Therefore the rectangles sides are 125,125, 25,2.

**math**

plug in -4 for x in the equation. If both sides are equal when ur done, it is a solution.

**math**

use order of operations. solve the exponet first. then multiply it out.

**math**

Um, multiply by 0.5? What do you mean by true pattern?

**math**

I believe that it is divide the previous term by 2.

**algebra**

What are you trying to figure out here?

**bilology**

Don't they all exist in water? Not sure if that helps. I'm not in that class yet so I'm not sure.

**Physics**

Okay. How do I go about answering this question? And what is it really asking? A watermelon has a mass of 118 kg. It is on a platform 5 m above the ground. When taken off the platform, it is allowed to slide down a ramp. How high above the ground is the watermelon at the ...

**math**

It depends on order of operations. Is how it is shown above the exact equation you are trying to solve?

**math**

Probablity is the liklihood of a certain event happening. For example, There is a 1/6 probability of me rolling a 6 on a standard dice when i roll it once.

**math**

Okay Sis, I think this is how you do it. The probability of NOT getting the ring in the first piece of the first cake is 9/10, and the probability of NOT getting it in the first piece of the second piece is also 9/10. I believe you multiply .9 by .9 to find your answer. ...

**algebra**

Can you give an example of a problem?

**Physics**

How do you use this equation? mgh+1/2mvh=mgh+1/2mv^2+Fd

**Physics**

A bird is flying with a speed of 18.0 m/s over water when it accidently drops a 2.00 kg fish. If the altitude of the bird is 5.40 m and the friction is disreguarded,what is the speed of the fish when it hits the water?

**geometry**

Convex. In a yield sign, you can draw a line from any point to another without the line going out of the shape. However, you can not do this with a concave shape.

**fractions**

2- 5/7

**fractions**

5/8 - 1/4

**algebra**

solve ax - 5 = b for a

**algebra**

i think the answer is -1 is that correct?

**algebra**

i think the answer is -1 is that the correct answer?

**algebra**

2t+1=3 it one of the following, but which one? A) 1 B) -1 C) 2 D) -2 please help Me!!!!!

**Math**

I need to correct my test and I figured out why I missed a few of them but there are some fractions I cannot even understand how to do: (the exponents are after a carrot and are in parentheses so there is no confusion) 14(2x)^(3)y^(5) ---------------- 28x^(7)y^(3) -3x^(-5)y^(-...

**Biology**

1. Homeostasis: Regulation of the internal environment to maintain a constant state; for example, sweating to reduce temperature. 2. Organization: Being composed of one or more cells, which are the basic units of life. 3. Metabolism: Consumption of energy by converting ...

**Music**

thx but about the shuttle,and D.C., why did they name them that?

**Music**

I need to know about Columbia in America. Like the D.C.'s and how the space shuttle Columbia got her name.

**spelling**

Thanks so much i couldn't figure Sprinkle!!!

**english**

i am writing an essay on stained glass windows. they want me to write a Working Draft Outline of Research Report and a Working Draft Bibliography/Research Rept what do i do for these?? thanks in advance http://www.ipl.org/div/teen/aplus/ At this site, you'll find all kinds...

**english**

i need an outline for what i should take notes on while i read a book because when i finish reading i need to write a book analysis. thanks in advance Keeping a reading log or reading journal is the best way to remember what you read and what you were thinking about when you ...

**math**

If two dice are rolled, what is the probability that their sum will be a number greater than 5 ? [A]1/6 [B]1/3 [C]13/18 [D]5/6 [E] None of these. i think it is c am i right? 13/18 so i am right? What is the probability the sum is 2,3,4 or 5? If you find that and subtract it ...

**english**

has anyone read the book by shakespeare The Mercahnt of Venice? i have a question about it Cassidy, please post your question and I will try to help you. In the meantime, you might look at this site for help. w w w .g r a d e s a v e r .c o m /c l a s s i c n o t e s /t i t l ...

**Health/Nutrition**

I have a real bad teacher for this subject and she gave us a lot of homeowrk.I need an answer fast on these two.Its a crossword puzzle.Here they are: 1)A chemical chain that is the basic component of all liquids. 2)A chemical substance in food that helps maintain the body. ...

**english**

can anyone give me tips on how to write an essay on jonas salk's work on polio my professor said that i needed 2-4 subtopics. The first step is always to gather information. Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "Jonas Salk ...

**algebra 1**

Given sets X = {0, 1, 2, 4}, Y = {0, 2, 4, 6, 8}, and Z = {5, 6, 10}, which of the following statements is false ? [A] 2¸X [B] 6¸Y [C] 10¸Z [D] 2∉Y [E] None of these i think it is C can you tell me if i am right thanks in advance