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April 18, 2014

April 18, 2014

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**Physics**

An 8.5 m ladder whose weight is 310 N is placed against a smooth vertical wall. A person whose weight is 515 N stands on the ladder a distance 1.8 m up the ladder. The foot of the ladder rests on the floor 5.78 m from the wall. Calculate the normal force exerted by the floor o...

**Physics**

A 1480 kg automobile has a wheel base (the distance between the axles) of 2.9 m. The center of mass of the automobile is on the center line at a point 1.34 m from the front axle. Find the force exerted by the ground on each back wheel. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2. ...

**Math**

you can find it one of two ways. the first is using the calculator which is the easiest or you can do it by hand. calculator: solve for y for both equations and then plug the first equation as y1 and the second equation as y2. then you do 2nd calc intersection (5) on the calc ...

**Calculus**

f(x)=x^3-(4/x) find [f^(-1)(x)]' at x=6

**math**

8 gallons per hour each gallon wt. 7 1/4 in six hours what is the amount in pounds?? and how did you arrive at this solution??

**Physics**

Note: The left-hand mass is equal to the sum of the other two masses. A massless pulley is attached to the ceiling,in a uniform gravitational field, and rotates with no friction about its pivot. Another massless pulley is attached to the end of the cord on the right and rotate...

**Calculus**

A position function has the positions listed below. t 2 4 7 10 12 f(t) 34 98 155 205 271 Approximate the instantaneous velocity at t=5. show work.

**Algebra II**

y=3x^4 inverse: u switch the x and y: x=3y^4 now u solve for y: x/3=y^4 fourth root of x/3=y

**algerba 1**

pretend $1 is x and $5 is y x+8=y *bc you have to add 8 $1 to have the same number of $1 as $5 1x+5y=124 *this is basically saying that there is an "x" number of $1 bill plus a "y" number of $5 will get u $124 now use elimination: since y=x+8 plug "x+8...

**math**

this is similar to the question I answered on the question after this: pretend nickels=x dimes=y x+y=21 *total number of dimes and nickels is 21 .05x+.1y=$1.65 *the value of x is .5 and the value of y is .1 so when you multiply it by the number of x and y you get $1.65 now use...

**math**

d)6*35 prime factors of a: 11,11 prime factors of b: 11,3,5 prime factors of c: 7,19 prime factors of d: 2,3,5,7 just simplify each answer choices into the smallest multiples u can.... like in "c" theres nothing u can multiply to make 7 or 19 so they r the prime factors

**Algebra**

n^2-2n-4=0 a=1 b=-2 c=-4 then use quadratic formula x=(-b+sqrt(b^2-4ac))/(2a) x=(-b-sqrt(b^2-4ac))/(2a) x=1+sqrt(5) x=1-sqrt(5)

**math**

b)6 for largest possible average u add on highest numbers u can: next highest numbers would be 9, 8, 6, and 5 1+7+9+8+6+5=36 36/6=6

**Pre-Calculus**

As Rita drives north on Highway 281 through San Antonio, her actual bearing is 311 degrees. If she is driving at 50mph what is her velocity in the east- west direction?

**Pre-Calculus follow up question Reiny**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. and if it forms two possible triangles solve all unknown angles and sides Angle A=116 degrees a=10 b=11 but if you add 81.4 (measure of angle B) plus 116 (measure of angle A) you get 197.368 which...

**Pre-Calculus**

thank you so much!!!

**Pre-Calculus**

but if you add 81.4 (measure of angle B) plus 116 (measure of angle A) you get 197.368 which is over 180 degrees.... so that would make measure of angle C negative which is why I'm confused

**Pre-Calculus**

but if you add 81.4 (measure of angle B) plus 116 (measure of angle A) you get 197.368 which is over 180 degrees.... so that would make measure of angle C negative which is why I'm confused

**Pre-Calculus**

but if you add 81.4 (measure of angle B) plus 116 (measure of angle A) you get 197.368 which is over 180 degrees.... so that would make measure of angle C negative which is why I'm confused

**Pre-Calculus**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. and if it forms two possible triangles solve all unknown angles and sides Angle A=116 degrees a=10 b=11

**Pre-Calculus**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. a=1, b=5, c=4

**Pre-Calculus**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. a=1, b=5, c=4

**Pre-Calculus**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. a=1, b=5, c=4

**Pre-Calculus**

Determine the number of triangles that can be formed with the given information. a=1, b=5, c=4

**3 grade math ms sue**

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**3 grade math ms sue**

1- Michael used addition to find 8*100 and he said product is 80. What did he do wrong? my son did it- the product is not 80 it's 800. 8*100=800

**3 grade math ms sue**

This is what my son write down: The shapes that can be together in different ways are 2 triangles could make a square,and 2 squares can make a rectangle. check this is right or not thank you

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**3 grade math ms sue**

1-Two shapes can be put together in different ways. using the triangles in exercise 1,draw pictures to show an example. my son need help in here please help my son thank you

**3 grade math ms sue**

problem solving draw a picture 1-Larry used a pattern of colors to make a cube train.He used a red cube,a blue cube,a red cube,and another red cube before he started the pattern again.He used 15 cubes. How many red cubes did Larry use? 2-Eric and Frank want to equally share 4/...

**3 grade english ms sue**

draw conclusions a conclusion is a decision you reach after thinking about facts and details you read. you can also use what you already know to help draw a conclusion. you should always ask yourself,"does my conclusion make sense?" directions read the following pass...

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**3 grade math ms sue**

1-Explain how you can use a number line to show that 3/6 and 1/2 are equivalent fractions. my son write- you can show these fractions are equivalent because if the numerator is half of the denomirator it can be 1/2 so 3/6 is just like 1/2. so thats why they are equivalent. che...

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**3 grade english ms sue**

Is it suppose to go like this:My cousin sister went to Disney Land , but she didn't feel like going all the to Florida. now check agian i hope now you will get second post. sorry for the capitalization and punctuation second post is -write two short,related sentences about...

**3 grade english ms sue**

in first example sentence underline (you can see art in a)(you can see art in a) 1- sentence underline (famous skyscraper) 2- there no underline word 3- sentence underline (visitors can go to)(visitors can go to)

**3 grade english ms sue**

conjunctions directions-combine each pair of sentences using the conjunction shown. in combining the pairs,use the underlined repeated words and phrases only once.make any necessary changes in words. add a comma in compound sentences. example- you can see art in a museum. ____...

**3 grade math ms sue**

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**3 grade math ms sue**

1- they are equivalent because when ever you line them up and they are the same length and width they are equivalent my son write the answer now please check did he right or not thank you

**3 grade math ms sue**

use tools 1-when using fraction strips, how do you know that two fractions are equivalent? _______________________________ ______________________________ _______________________________ _________________________________ ________________________________ 2- reason larry and will...

**3 grade english ms sue**

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**3 grade english ms sue**

3- sleepy 4-selfish 10- payment 11-shipment 14- parenthood now check this is right or not thank you

**3 grade english ms sue**

srffixes rocky,foolish,rainy,childhood,selfish, treatment,movement,neighborhood, childish,parenthood,crunchy,bumpy, payment,sleepy,shipment opposites write the missing list word.it will be the opposite of the underlined word. 1- this lizard's skin is smooth. in the paper u...

**3 grade english ms sue**

my son underline 3- earliest,chefs my son underline 5- longest,restaurant now check again is this right or not

**3 grade english ms sue**

comparative and superlative adverbs directions underline the adverb that compares in each sentence. 1- thomas makes pizza dough faster than kemmeth. my son underline the word-(faster,than) 2- kenneth makes sandwiches more quickly than thomas. my son underline (quickly,than) 3-...

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**3 grade english ms sue**

draw conclusions when you draw a conclusion,you reach a decision or opinion that makes sense based on facts and details. you can also use what you already know to draw a conclusion. directions read the following passage. then answer the questions below. you can eat a bagel for...

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**3 grade english ms sue**

sequence the sequence in a story is the order in which events happen. clue words such as first,next,then,and finally,are often used to signal the sequence in a story. dates and times can also be clues. sometimes,no clue words are used at all. directons read the passage. this m...

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**3 grade english ms sue**

You said 6 in he need adverb my son put (outside) adverbs

**3 grade english ms sue**

adverbs direction make each sentence more specific by adding an adverb from the box or an adverb of yur own. write the new sentence. impressively cautiously always really outside suddenly 1- jonah practices korean martial arts in the mornings. my son write- jonah practices kor...

**3 grade math ms sue**

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**3 grade math ms sue**

when lori gave the clerk two $1 bills to pay for items she selected from the list below,she received $0.20 change. pencils: $0.30 each pens: $0.25 each markers: $0.55 each notebook:$1.25 each MY SON SAY WRITE THIS THEN YOU WILL NOW HOW HE HAVE TO DO(WE HAD TO DO RSL RESTATE SH...

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SEQUENCE OF EVENTS THE SEQUENCE OF EVENTS IN A STORY IS THE ORDER IN WHICH EVENTS HAPPEN. clue words, such as first,next,then, and finally are often used to signal the sequence of events. dates and times can clues. sometimes, no clue words are used at all. directions read the ...

**3 grade english ms sue**

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**3 grade english ms sue**

main idea and details the topic is what a piece of writing is about. the main idea is the most important idea about the topic details are small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea. directions read the following passage. then fill in the graphic organizer b...

**3 grade english ms sue**

write two sentences comparing two or more pets or other animals. use at least two adjectives that compare. underline the adjectives my son write (1)- my adorable lettle puppy is cuter than my cat. my son underline(adorable,cuter) my son write(2)- my tiny cat is afraid of the d...

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compare and contrast when you compare and contrast two or more things,you tell how they are alike and different. some clue words that signal that things might be the same are like,same,both,also,and as well as. some clue words that signal differences are but,however,different,...

**3 grade english ms sue**

the topic is what a piece of writing is about. the main idea is the most important idea about the topic. details are small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea. directions read the following passage. then answer the questions below. snacks can be good for y...

**3 grade english ms sue**

NUMBER 5 to 10 they say only circle the artical no adjectives so i did only circle the artical thank you

**3 grade english ms sue**

ADJECTIVES AND ARTICALES DIRECTIONS CIRCLE EACH ARTICAL. UNDERLINE EACH ADJECTIVE 1-PEOPLE HAVE WORN MANY DIFFERENT STYLES THROUGHOUT THE YEARS. MY SON CIRCLE THE WORD (THE) AND UNDERLINE THE WORD IS (different) 2-When Aunt Rose was a teacher,she wore long,straight skirts my s...

**3 grade english ms sue**

ADJECTIVES AND ARTICES DIRECTIONS COMPLETE EACH SENTENCE BY ADDING AN ADJECTIVE. WRITE THE NEW SENTENCE. 1- Everyone wore________ clothes to the party. my son write- everyone wore the colthes to the party. 2- Amy had on her _____ blouse. my son write- Amy had on her new blouse...

**ms.sue 3 grade english**

fact and opionion a statement of fact can be proved true or false. a statement of opinion gives someone's thoughts or feelings about something. words that express feelings,such as best and amazing,ate clues that a sentence is probably and opinion. directions- read the foll...

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

Lindsay will lay a certain number of 18-inch square tiles in a line to form a walkway. Which of the following is NOT a possible length for the walkway if she uses only whole tiles? A. 6 ft B. 10 ft 6 in. C. 25 ft 6 in. D. 32 ft yesturday you tell me about the answer is (B) bu...

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

In 24 hours, one set of twins drank 16 bottles of formula. Each bottle holds 4 fl oz. How many cups of formula did the twins drink? (1 c = 8 fl oz) A. 8 cups B. 7 cups C. 6 cups D. 5 cups my son write a (D)but i think is (A)

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

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**ms.sue 5 grade math**

1-Becky made 4 quarts of chicken noodle soup in a big pot, then served -cup bowls of soup to 6 people. How much soup is left in the pot? (1 qt = 4 c) A. none B. 1 qt 3 c C. 1 qt 1 c D. 3 c my son put answer (B) 2- A bedroom has the dimensions shown. What is the area of the be...

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

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**ms.sue 5 grade math**

2-A 4-B 5-B 7-C KNOW YOU CAN CHECK MY SON ANSWER AGAIN WHICH YOU SAID WRONG HE FIX IF AGAIN I HOPE THIS TIME IT WILL ALL RIGHT THANK YOU

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

(1)-> 1 and 1/2 cup bowls of soup to 6 pepole i am sorry i miss to write

**ms.sue 5 grade math**

1-Becky made 4 quarts of chicken noodle soup in a big pot, then served -cup bowls of soup to 6 people. How much soup is left in the pot? (1 qt = 4 c) A. none B. 1 qt 3 c C. 1 qt 1 c D. 3 c my son put answer (B) 2- A bedroom has the dimensions shown. What is the area of the bed...

**ms.sue 3 grade english**

MY SON TEACHER DID WRONG #1 IS ALL WRONG AND #2 IS HALF IS WRONG AND #5 IS ALL WRONG SHE PUT ON #1 BIG X AND #5 HAVE BIG X SHE SAY THOSE TWO ARE TOTALY WRONG ANYWAY THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR HELPING MY SON SON AND LISTEN TO US AND SOLVE OVER PROBLEM ONCE AGAIN THANK YOU VERY MUCH

**ms.sue 3 grade english**

Posted by dw on Thursday, March 22, 2012 at 6:24pm. GENERALIZE WHEN YOU READ YOU CAN SOMETIMES MAKE A GENERAL STATEMENT ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE READ. A GENERAL STATEMENT TELLS HOW SOME THINGS ARE MOSTLY ALIKE OR ALL ALIKE. LOOK FOR EXPAMPLES. ASK WHAT THEY HAVE IN COMMON. DIRECTIO...

**ms.sue 3 grade english**

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**ms.sue 3 grade english**

CAUSE AND EFFECT A CAUSE TELLS WHY SOMETHING HAPPENED. AN EFFECT IS WHAT HAPPENED. WORDS SUCH AS BECAUSE AND SO ARE CLUES THAT SHOW CAUSE-AND-EFFECT RELATIONSHIPS. SOMETIMES,HOWEVER,CLUE WORDS ARE NOT USED. DIRECTIONS-READ THE STORY.THEN ANSWER THE QUESTIONS BELOW. When Mother...

**3 grade english ms sue**

HI MS SUE MY SON BRING HIS HOMEWORK BACK TODAY LAST THURSDAY ONE MARCH 22 2012 AND THAT TIME YOUR COMPUTER IS NOT WORKING AND SOMEBODY ELSE HELP MY SON HIS/HER NAME IS WRITEACHER MOST OF ALL IS HOME WORK IS WRONG I AM NOT COMPLAING YOU BUT PLEASE IF SOMEBODY ELSE CHECK AND YOU...

**3 grade english ms sue**

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**3 grade english ms sue**

so i don't have anything change #5 please let me know if any change or not #5 thank you

**3 grade english ms sue**

GENERALIZE WHEN YOU READ YOU CAN SOMETIMES MAKE A GENERAL STATEMENT ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE READ. A GENERAL STATEMENT TELLS HOW SOME THINGS ARE MOSTLY ALIKE OR ALL ALIKE. LOOK FOR EXPAMPLES. ASK WHAT THEY HAVE IN COMMON. DIRECTIONS-READ THE FOLLOWING SELECTION. THEN ANSWER THE QUE...

**MATH**

IF 12 OUT OF 27 STUDENTS HAVE DOGS HOW MANY DOGS WOULD ONE STUDENT HAVE?

**3 grade math ms sue**

which is the better unit to use to measure the capacity of a bathtub: milliters or liters? explain your choice. a liter is equal to 100 centiliters. is a centiliter a greater measure than a milliter? expalin

**3 grade english ms sue**

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fact and opinion a fact tells something that can be proved true or false. an opinion tells someones ideas or feelings.words that telll fellings, such as should or best, are clues to opinions. yu can ask an expert or use reference book to check whether a statement is true. dire...

**3 grade english ms sue**

thank you very checking my son homework and that's ok for fact/opinion homework well next time we will do our best i am sorry too keep always smile like me i am always smile what ever situation came this is our first time wrong so no heart feels all is well once again than...

**3 grade english ms sue**

vowels:r-controlled directions replace the sound in each word with the correct combination of letters. choose one of the combinations in the box. write the word on the line. /er/spelled ir,er,ur,ear,or ar spelled or spelled or,ore,oar 1- moth/er/ my son write (mother) 2-h/er/t...

**3 grade english ms sue**

yesturday which i did with you fact and opinion my son teacher put x on all his homework my son say your homework is all wrong beacuse where you have to write fact their should came opinion upside down all his wrong please next if something like that please help me next time b...

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**3 grade english ms sue**

possessive pronouns direction circle the correct possessive pronoun for ecah sentence. 1-Gems are some of (our,ours)most valuable rocks. my son circle the word (our) 2-(Their,Theirs)favorite gem is bright green. my son circle the word (their) 3-Diamonds are found in (my, mine)...

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i just want to know which is you write one answer that's the i have to tell my son only i have to add something if add something then you can read which is my son write a paperback book is about 4 inches by 7 inches so the area will have to be 28 square inches because is 7...

**3 grade math ms sue**

1- IS THE AREA OF A PAPERBACK BOOK COVER CLOSER TO 28 SQUARE INCHES OR 28 SQUARE CENTIMETERS? TELL HOW YOU DECIDED. 4*7=28 SQUARE CENTIMENTERS 2- MARIA WANTS TO DRAW A PAINTING WITH AN AREA OF 40 SQUARE INCHES. IF SHE DREW HER PAINTING ON 1 -INCH GRID PAPER HOW MANY SQUARES WO...

**3 grade math ms sue**

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**3 grade math ms sue**

48 SQUARE INCHES IS LARGER THAN SIGN WITH THE AREA OF 48 SQUARE CENTIMETERS. I KNOW BECAUSE INCHES ARE LARGER THEN CENTIMETERS.

**3 grade math ms sue**

SUPPOSE MAYA MADE ANOTHER SIGN WITH AN AREA OF 48 SQUARE INCHES. WOULD THIS SIGN BE LARGER OR SMALLER THAN THE SIGN WITH AN AREA OF 48 SQUARE CENTIMETERS? EXPAIN HOW YOU KNOW.

**3 grade english ms sue**

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fact and opinion a statement of fact can be proved true or false. a statement of opinion gives someone's thoughts or feelings about something. words that express feelings,such as fun and wonderful,are clues that a sentence is probably an opinion. direction read the followi...