Friday

February 12, 2016
Total # Posts: 11

**geometry**

Which of the following statements is not always true? A. In a rhombus, the diagonals bisect opposite angles. B. In a rhombus, the diagonals are perpendicular. C. In a rhombus, the diagonals are congruent. D. In a rhombus, all four sides are congruent.
*April 16, 2015*

**BUS 401 **

Suppose a zero-coupon bond is selling for $614.00 today. It promises to pay $1,000 in exactly 10 years with annual compounding. Its annual rate of return would be about
*August 3, 2014*

**Management and Organizations**

Organizational skills and planning
*August 11, 2013*

**HISTORY HELP ME**

its C
*December 19, 2012*

**math**

i a ma number whose prime factors are numbers between 6 and 15.no factor is repeated.what number am i ?
*September 5, 2012*

**9th grade algebra/Ms Sue**

i am in 9th grade but i am taking alegbra 1
*August 26, 2012*

**algebra**

how would i solve this 3x+1y=11.50
*February 6, 2012*

**Political science, collee**

I dont really have an opinion on this thats why i need help. I need people to give me their opinions so i can figure out how i would feel about the situation, if i agree or dis agree with others.
*December 10, 2010*

**Political science, collee**

President Bush has stated that if any non-democratic country's people seek freedom, America will stand with them. Freedom and democracy, however, takes several forms. What kind of democracy and freedom should a country that has never enjoyed these experiences have? Explain...
*December 10, 2010*

**science**

linda drove 450km from Indianapolis to Milwaukee at 1:00p.m. the next day. She got tired on the trip, so she stopped in Chicago to rest overnight. She arrived in Chicago at2:30p.m. and left for Milwaukee at 11 a.m. the next day what was her average speed while she was on the ...
*November 16, 2010*

**Financing and Accounting **

The formula I'd use is: FV = PV(1+i)^n, where FV = future value PV = present value i = interest rate per period n = number of periods
*February 18, 2010*

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