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October 10, 2015
Total # Posts: 148

**Algebra**

Wow, this one is hard to explain... First, I'll give you the info you need to solve the problem. Tough Cell Batteries Battery Life in Hours Lower Extreme: 84 Upper Extreme: 140 Lower Quartile: 97 Upper Quartile: 110.5 Median: 104.5 If you need more info after reading the ...
*November 24, 2008*

**geography/spanish**

That's funny... I know someone in my spanish class whose name is Cecilia... well anyway, I don't know the translation myself, but I would try going on a translation website or google "translation websites" Hope I helped!
*November 20, 2008*

**Algebra! Help needed!**

Just wondering... how did you get the x to the other side? And how did you get rid of the 25mph? Thanks!
*November 20, 2008*

**Algebra! Help needed!**

I'm having a little trouble with this problem... Please try and walk me through the problem, too: #1. A motorboat leaves a dock and travels at an average speed of 15 mi/h toward an island. The average speed on the return trip is 10 mi/h. How far is the island from the ...
*November 20, 2008*

**math**

The last one I can help you with. Do you know how to do cross multiplication? I'll set it up for you: 375/100 = 1312.5/x Then, you would multiply 1312.5 by 100, and divide by 375. Hope I helped!
*November 20, 2008*

**algebra! help!**

You're welcome. I'm glad I could help!
*November 20, 2008*

**algebra! help!**

By what you said in the problem, I think you are trying to find a percent. In this case, you could set up an eqaution. Do you know cross multiplication. Well, just in case you don't, I'll show you. x/100 = 1.20/2.25 Then what you would do is multiply 1.20 by 100, then ...
*November 20, 2008*

**algebra1**

Uggh... we learned this last year. I think I remember. I'm pretty sure that it means that -1 is the place where the line starts, and then you would use 1 to make the line. Since the number 1 is really the fraction 1/1 or 1 over 1, then to make the line on a chart you would...
*November 20, 2008*

**math help**

Well, definitely not 5+3+4. I don't exactly get your other equations, so the one that makes the most sense to me is the first one, 5 * 3 * 4. What I would do is make a little chart. Number the shirts, and have the possible plant and shoes branching off, then count the ...
*November 20, 2008*

**Algebra**

I'm having a little trouble with this problem... Please try and walk me through the problem, too: #1. A motorboat leaves a dock and travels at an average speed of 15 mi/h toward an island. The average speed on the return trip is 10 mi/h. How far is the island from the ...
*November 20, 2008*

**math**

Well, I could help you more if I could see the table... but that's okay. I think you're right for answer a). Well, I think what they meant for majority rule is whoever got the most votes, which would be (ADBC). But I don't know what plurality rule is. Sorry! Hope I...
*November 20, 2008*

**Ignore my last response! It didn't work!**

Let me try again: I know how you feel, being in a confused state. I'm almost always like that in algebra class. Don't trust me on this answer... I'm not positive if this is what you mean. Do you know about cross multiplication? If you don't, you do now. 1.24 ...
*November 19, 2008*

**Science(Project Graph)**

I know how you feel, being in a confused state. I'm almost always like that in algebra class. Don't trust me on this answer... I'm not positive if this is what you mean. Do you know about cross multiplication? If you don't, you do now. Set up an equation like ...
*November 19, 2008*

**math 5th grade**

Wow... I'm not so sure I could figure that out on my own. I searched for it online, and here are all the numbers: 2 3 5 7 11 13 17 19 23 29 31 37 41 43 47 53 59 61 67 71 73 79 83 89 97 Hope I helped!
*November 14, 2008*

**Computer Ecxel**

What's your question?
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

Thanks!
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

Thank you very much!
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

Here's another problem I'm having a little trouble with: A piece of string is 40 cm long. It is cut into three pieces. The longest piece is 3 times as long as the middle-sized piece, and the shortest piece is 23 cm shorter than the longest piece. Find the lengths of ...
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

Thank you very much! :)
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

Here is my problem. Please walk me through how you got to the answer. Three-fourths of a number equals 3 times the number increased by 9. Is this the correct equation? 3/4n = 3n + 9 Here's another. In this one, does "is" mean "equals"? One-fourth of a ...
*November 14, 2008*

**Algebra**

I have just one math problem that I need a little help with. Please give me the answer, and walk me through it, too, to help me understand it. Thanks! The price of a ring is decreased by 40% and the resulting price is increased by 50%. The final price is $360. What was the ...
*November 6, 2008*

**english**

Well, I think a footnote is in a textbook when a number is after a word (that almost looks like an exponent in math), and at the bottom of the page, it has all the words with their numbers on that page. Next to each word/number pair it has a definition or explanation. Hope I ...
*November 6, 2008*

**Algebra**

Thanks! Could you explain how you got your answer a little more and give me the numbers, too? Do you have any idea for the answer to number 2? Thanks so much!
*November 5, 2008*

**Algebra**

Once again, I have some confusing problems for math. If you know any answers, even if you only know one, please tell me the answer and walk me through it so I can actually understand how you get to it. Thanks! #1: A space craft travels at a speed of 8/10 of a mile per second. ...
*November 5, 2008*

**english**

I think what you are supposed to do is divide the sentence in half, so it would make two sentences that make sense. I'm not positive, though. Hope I helped!
*November 4, 2008*

**Algebra--Help needed!**

Does anyone at least slightly understand direct and inverse variation? I get the basic idea, but I'm still a little confused, especially with inverse variation. What I'm having more trouble with is conversion using direct and inverse variation. Today, my teacher kept ...
*November 4, 2008*

**Algebra**

Thank you so much for your help! :)
*October 29, 2008*

**Algebra**

Here are two more problems I have for homework tonight. I have gotten answers, but I used "guess-and-check" and could not find an equation like I am supposed to. If you answer, please tell me if my answer is correct, walk me through your way of solving it, and if you...
*October 29, 2008*

**fractions**

Try to think of a number that goes both into 676 and 1000. Okay, that might be a little hard to think of, but try out some random numbers and see if any work. Hope I helped!
*October 29, 2008*

**math**

Yes, you're correct!
*October 29, 2008*

**english**

Hey Courtney! You know who it is... well anyway, let me think of some. Fiesta Buenas tardes (good afternoon) Spicy as a chili pepper Oh my tacos Sorry I'm not very helpful. SYL (See you later)
*October 29, 2008*

**8th gr. Algebra**

Interesting-- some of your problems are similar to the ones that are stumping me! Maybe you would know some of mine. They are a few ones below yours, under Algebra by Celina. I'll try to help you. #1, I can't help you with. For #2 and #3, I would choose one of the ...
*October 28, 2008*

**Algebra**

That's the problem. You see, if it had said how many kids or how many girls there are, that would have helped. I copied the problem word for word, so that's all there is. Maybe my teacher messed up and forgot some info. Thanks for helping! :)
*October 28, 2008*

**Algebra**

Please help!!! I have a worksheet of problems to do for homework, most of which I don't understand. My teacher hasn't really been answering my questions well. We are supposed to write equations, but if you have another way, that is fine, too. If you know any of the ...
*October 28, 2008*

**Math**

I remember learning this. I'll show you how to do number 1. Think, does tossing the dime affect the outcome of tossing the quarter. And for number 2, would taking out a card from the deck affect what card you would get next? If you need more help, respond again. Hope I ...
*October 28, 2008*

**english**

Well, specatacles are glasses. What rhymes with glasses that means a lady? Then, just add the apostrophes and/or s to make them possesive. Hope I helped!
*October 28, 2008*

**Algebra--Really need help!**

Thank you so much! I think I get it now.
*October 25, 2008*

**Algebra--Really need help!**

Here is the problem that I need to solve: y = ab - ac ² (that is a second power symbol if you can't tell). I need to solve the problem for a. Thank you!
*October 25, 2008*

**rudcing fractions**

Try to think of factors that go into both of these numbers-- the one that I can think of is 9. Divide both of them by 9, or another factor, and that is your reduced fraction. Hope I helped!
*October 25, 2008*

**math urgent help needed**

What I would do is replace the variables with the numbers and set it up like this: (-3 x 3) + (-2 x -1) -7. What's strange is that I got -14, too. The key could be incorrect, I have had mistakes in my math book before. If this homework isn't being graded, don't ...
*October 25, 2008*

**Dog Breeds**

I agree with GuruBlue, chihuahuas are very hyper sometimes and yippy. The elderly man might not be able to handle it and the cats might become scared. I really don't know about the other dog breeds. Probably the English Toy Spaniel. Hope I helped!
*October 25, 2008*

**Algebra**

Here is the problem that I need to solve: y = ab - ac (to the second power). I need to solve the problem for a. Thank you!
*October 25, 2008*

**chemistry**

What is the molality of a sodium chloride solution if 3.5 grams of the salt is added to 998 g of water Your Answer:
*September 10, 2008*

**math**

the probabilities that 3 friends A,B andC pass a driving test are1/3,1/4,2/5 respectively.All 3 take the test find the probability that(a)aa 3 failed the test (b) only B passes the test(c) only 2 of them pass the test (d)at least 1 passes the test... I will do one. Assuming ...
*June 26, 2007*

**maths**

from a batch of 10 eggs 3 are rotten.2 eggs are selected in succession.Find the probability that(a)both are rotten (b)only 1 is rottewn and at least 1 is fresh. b) Probability(1rotten, 1fresh)=3/10*7/9 Notice how the probabality after drawing one rotten, the fresh egg ...
*June 6, 2007*

**MATHS**

a bag contains 8 identical balls of which 5 are yellow and 3 are white.1 ball is removed,its colour is noted and is replaced in the bag.a second ball is drawn.by drawing a table,find the probability(a)both balls are yellow(b)both are white (c)only 1 is white. Both yellow=(5/8...
*June 6, 2007*

**biology**

1.identify the 2 major reservoirs of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere 2.what are the forms in which carbonis found n the oceans Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under the key words "carbon dioxide reservoirs atmosphere" to get these ...
*September 26, 2006*

**biology**

what processes in the transparency release dioxide into the atmosphere See the sources in my response to your other post. I hope this helps. Thanks for asking.
*September 26, 2006*