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Language Arts
Can you think of 100 synynoms for the word said (or say)?
September 23, 2008

lang. arts
what questions do adverbs answer?
September 22, 2008

Language Arts
What questions do adjectives answer?
September 22, 2008

math
John builds 3 legged stoles and 4legged tables. Last month he used 72 legs to build 3 more stoles than tables. How many stoles and tables did he build. Show all work
September 18, 2008

History
thank you!
September 18, 2008

History
Why do you think the "Seven Commentaries on the Gallic War" was written? Suggest one theory cocnerning the book and to support your theory through examples from the book should be used. PLEASE HELP! i've tried other websites and I cant get a lot of information! ...
September 18, 2008

12th grade
It wouldn't be 1/1-(1/1-x)...it would be 1/1 * (1/1-x)
September 18, 2008

Environmental Economics
I don't understand the differences between ecological economics and traditional natural resource and environmental economics. Could someone please try to explain it to me? The definitions in my textbooks are way too confusing. Thanks. - Emily
September 13, 2008

Honors Biology
This graph on my worksheet shows the rate of chemical reactions with the enzymes pepsin and trypsin present in certain pH conditions. It shows pepsin works in a pH level between around 1 to 5, and trypsin works in a pH level between 4 and 9. In earlier questions I stated ...
September 11, 2008

Writing
dont have to think of what to wear in the morning
September 10, 2008

phsycology
i think humans are like wild animals if not controlled at a young age all of what you are now and for the rest of your life was depicted by what you went through between the ages of 2 and 5 whether it was bad or good it still changes how you are today. thats what i remember ...
September 10, 2008

i need help!!!
probability and statistics a z score is z = x - xbar divided by s which is standard deviation s = 6.36 x = ? xbar = 54.8 the x is all the data sub. from 54.8 individually which i came up with 1.2 and divided it by 6.36 and the number is .1886.....and the answer in the back of ...
September 10, 2008

social studies
a map is a geographical referance to the world or area of location you are looking for. did that help?
September 10, 2008

probability and statistics
ok my question is (if you have a stats book its page 101 question 1.i.) how do you get the answer if the percentile is 30 and you have 41 numbers in your data table and the 30th number is 57 but when you the equation its not the same answer in the back of the book?
September 10, 2008

probability and statistics
how are you suppose to understand this stuff?
September 10, 2008

Jane Eyre Help
It's not a question,but thank-you very much for sharing this information with us, i haven't found any page as good as this so far and that can help me as much! Thanks again! x
September 10, 2008

geography
I'm really stuck on my homework it says Geography can be divided into tree strands, phisical, human and enviromental. Explain what it means in your own words. I'm really stuck so could you help me please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
September 8, 2008

6th grade math
well this is very hard to understand but um on least common multiples my teacher wants us to use a factor tree prime factorization.. the question is I
September 7, 2008

8th grade
diary
September 2, 2008

Algebra
Solve for x and y: 2x + y = 1 x - y = 8 PLEASE HELP. and show work.(:
September 2, 2008

Science
What is an example of bacteria?
September 1, 2008

cultural diversity
YOUR ALL WRONG!!!!!!!!!!! I AM RIGHT BECAUSE I AM PERFECT! I love me!!! and I am a lesbian
August 28, 2008

- General -
Oohhh ok thanks!! :-)
August 27, 2008

- General -
What is a picture graph and where can I find an example of one?
August 27, 2008

math
If the mouse weighs 0.018 kg (18 g), and the guinea pig weighs 0.85, they both add up to weigh 0.868 kg, which is less than 1 kg.
August 27, 2008

Social Studies
Wow. You got to be kidding.
August 27, 2008

Honors Biology
Oooohhhhh.......I get it. Thanks!! :-)
August 26, 2008

Honors Biology
In the metric system, what is the relationship between 1 mL of water, 1 g of water, and 1 cm^3 of water?
August 26, 2008

Algebra II
Ah, ok you made everything a lot simpler. Thanks!! :-)
August 24, 2008

Algebra II
Find the solution if possible. If there is not enough information to solve the problem or if it has no solution, say so. If extra information is given, identify it. 14. A collection of 30 coins worth $5.50 consists of nickels, dimes, and quarters. There are twice as many dimes...
August 24, 2008

MATH
The first two are correct. The last problem, (-3/5)x(-5/3) is equal to 1, not -25/9.
August 24, 2008

MATH
If sound travels 1129 feet per second through the air, then what would an equation be that represents how many feet sound can travel in 2 seconds?
August 21, 2008

Science
Control group- non microwaved mice Independent Variable- exposure to the microwave Dependent Variable- the weight of the block of wood Conclusion- Microwaved mice will be extra strong. Improvement- Repeat the experiment a few more times and compare the results.
August 12, 2008

Fractions
You should to C first, followed by B, A, and then D. The, simplified, order is Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (whichever comes first from left to right) and finally Addition and Subtraction (whichever comes first from left to right).
July 30, 2008

Calc
Wow thank you
July 30, 2008

Calc
A buoy oscillates in simple harmonic motion as waves go by. The buoy moves a total of 3.5 feet from its low point to its high point and it returns to its high point every 10 seconds. What is the equation that describes this motion if it reaches its high point is at t=0?
July 30, 2008

Literature/English
I need help understanding the poem "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard" so I can answer some questions on it. I know it is about death.. but I get confused by the old language. I've googled, but haven't found any good sites. Any help locating any would be ...
July 21, 2008

English
Thanks, I understood after she explained that c was correct, but she insisted that D was incorrect and that there needed to be a comma before because--and I disagreed. It doesn't even SOUND right with a comma there.
July 21, 2008

English
Which of the sentences below has NO errors in punctuation? a)The Great Fire of London lasted from September 2 to September 5 1666. (there should be commas in the dates) b)As Pepys and Mr. Moone walked through the city they were shocked at the destruction. (I think there should...
July 21, 2008

algebra
Use this formula: (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) which would be (4-4)/(2- (-5))
July 21, 2008

Literature
"A Song for St. Cecilia's Day" by John Dryden According to Dryden in "A Song for St. Cecilia's Day," music: a)is a balance between the natural and spiritual world b)has no place in religion c)should be saved for heaven d)none of the above I chose a...
July 21, 2008

History/Literature/English
July 14, Bastille Day was the day: a) the Revolutionaries learned Foulon was still alive b)the old government was overthrown c)England won rights to France d)France declared united with England (This is in relation to A Tale of Two Cities) It was the storming of the prison by ...
July 21, 2008

English
Which of the sentences below has NO errors in punctuation? a)The Great Fire of London lasted from September 2 to September 5 1666. (there should be commas in the dates) b)As Pepys and Mr. Moone walked through the city they were shocked at the destruction. (I think there should...
July 21, 2008

English
Need help with introduction: The Medieval Period began in 1066 and lasted until 1485. During this time period many literary works were produced. Many writers used their work to reflect the important events of that era. Most influential to literature of that period were the ...
July 11, 2008

English
I've got to write an essay in which I explain how the social, historical, political, and religious events of the time period affected literature of that era and tell how the literature reflects what is going on in Britain during that time... I chose the Victorian Era. ...
July 10, 2008

English Continued
Boy Killed By Carriage A young boy was killed last night when he was run over in the street by a carriage. The driver was told to drive fast and recklessly through the narrow streets by the carriage’s passenger, Marquis Evremonde. The driver revealed to reporters that ...
July 7, 2008

English
Prisoner Freed For 18 years Dr. Alexander Manette was secretly and unjustly held in a prison located in Paris, France. Manette witnessed a crime committed by two noble brothers, the St. Evremondes, and was imprisoned so that he could not report their transgressions. After ...
July 7, 2008

history
thats not really nice to call people searching for help IDIOTS. Boo to you Ms. Sue.
July 2, 2008

English
I am writing a research paper about the developments in literature during the Romantic Period... In today’s society our interpretation of the word ‘Romantic’ might mean an intimate walk on the beach enjoying the pastel painted sunset-sky, a candle-lit dinner ...
July 2, 2008

MAT116
C(g)=3.03(g) e) If you were to graph C(g), what would be an appropriate domain? Range? Explain your reasoning.
June 29, 2008

alg 2
it's just like the last problem. however, this ellipse is vertical because b > a. the foci are at (h, k +/- c). h = -5 k = 1 a = 4 b = 2 4^2 = 2^2 + c^2 16 = 4 + c^2 12 = c^2 2 x the square root of 3 = c foci = (-5, 1 +/- (2 x the square root of 3))
June 6, 2008

English
Do you know a lot about literary terms? I know it is when a poem or story makes reeference to another poem or story, but I'm not sure what it's called. For example, in the book I'm reading, the character says “If you dressed me up in an orange-and-red sweater...
June 1, 2008

Algebra 2
If you use the box method, or just factor it. You should come up with (x-7)(2x+1)
June 1, 2008

Physics Final TOMORROW!!!!!!
LOL yeah :-) oh well. Tomorrow will be the last day I'm in that class!
May 29, 2008

Physics Final TOMORROW!!!!!!
Oh, ok yeah that's what I'm doing right now. Thanks for the tip! :-)
May 29, 2008

Physics Final TOMORROW!!!!!!
Awesome tip! :-)
May 29, 2008

Physics Final TOMORROW!!!!!!
Oh ok! :-) thanks!
May 29, 2008

Physics Final TOMORROW!!!!!!
Tomorrow I have a physics final, and I'm trying to figure out the best, most efficient way to study. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could do this?
May 29, 2008

Spanish
Will you proofread this for me? Durante mi experiencia en el grupo de Unidad 10, aprendí mucho. Aprendí que trabajar en un grupo no es fácil, pero es muy difícil y frustadamente. Cuando nuestro grupo conocieron al principio, tomé el papel del...
May 26, 2008

final letter for my english class
I had to write a cover letter for my final project for the year, which had to include feedback and various other things I pretty much covered in my letter. Can someone proofread it and tell me if I need to improve anything in it please? Thanks SO much...
May 26, 2008

algebra 1
you just multiply the numbers inside. (square root of x)(square root of y) = square root of xy
May 22, 2008

Maths
4x2(x - 2) - (x - 2) (4x2 - 1)(x - 2} difference of two squares! (2x - 1)(2x + 1)(x - 2)
May 22, 2008

math
you multiply out x^2 and x^3, which is x^5 x^5 = x * x * x * x * x x^4 = x * x * x * x x^5/x^4 = x
May 22, 2008

french
JUST KIDDING. PLEASE IGNORE THIS TOPIC AND DON'T ANSWER.
May 22, 2008

french
wait, it didn't paste it all. Pierre-Auguste Renoir est né à Limoges, Haute-Vienne, France. Il est né le vingt-cinq février dix-huit cent quarante-et-un. Il a travaillé dans une usine de porcelaine quand il était jeune. Il a peint ...
May 22, 2008

french
i need help with the grammar on this! Pierre-Auguste Renoir était un artiste français. Il était dans le mouvement Impressionniste. Ses tableaux sont des bons exemples dans le mouvement Impressionniste parce qu’ils ont beaucoup de caracté...
May 22, 2008

Math
1/2 bh
May 19, 2008

Physics (check)
Oh ok! Thanks for pointing it out :-) I appreciate it!
May 18, 2008

Physics (check)
A merchant in Katmandu sells you a solid gold 1-kg statue for a very reasonable price. When you get home, you wonder whether or not you got a bargain, so you lower the statue into a measuring cup and measure its volume. What volume will verify that it's pure gold...
May 18, 2008

Physics
A rectangular barge 5 m long and 2 m wide floats in fresh water. (a) Find how much deeper it floats when loaded with 500 kg of sand. (b) If the barge can only be pushed 10 cm deeper into the water before water overflows to sink it, how many kilograms of sand can it carry?
May 18, 2008

HELP! ASAP! SPANISH!
You could mention somehow that the crocodile is used in phrases such as "See you later, alligator -- in awhile, crocodile" or that sorta thing. lol its the best i can think of!!
May 18, 2008

science
check on wikipedia, they have lots of stuff about everything!
May 18, 2008

Physics
I'm sorry if it's a lot, but I want to make sure I didn't do any mistakes on this worksheet. Thanks!!1. If the mass of a Ne-20 atom is 19.9924 amu, calculate its binding energy. (I got 2.578 x 10^-11 Joules)2. If the mass of a Ca-40 atom is 39.9626 amu, calculate ...
May 8, 2008

physics
Grrr... ok let me re-write it. A beta particle (when emitted) increases the atomic number by one. Sorry DrBob I was posting earlier at the same time you posted. I can't show a proper example but if you look up "decay chain" on Wikipedia it'll explain it ...
May 8, 2008

physics
It's atomic number is one more than what it was before because it emits an electron or positron. For example:U-240 decays by beta decay to Np-240BECAUSE240          0    240 92 U ----> -1 e + 93 NpHope ...
May 8, 2008

Math
The radius is half the diameter and the circumference is equal to pi*diameter or 2*pi*r. Hope this helps!
May 8, 2008

Spanish I
Oh ok! I get it. Thanks so much Sra!!
April 30, 2008

Spanish I
I have another question...How would I use the verb "ir" in a sentence such as "Don't go to the park"? I know the irregular form is "ve", but I don't know how to use it as a negative tu command.
April 30, 2008

Spanish I
I have to write something as if I were giving advice to my little sister using the words llevar, salir, ponerse, hacer, and decir to join with the words un regalo, comida, temprano, ropa bonita, and gracias. Can you tell me if I wrote it correctly? Because I TOTALLY do not get...
April 30, 2008

Kindergarten trip sheet
I don't think kindergartners are fully capable of summarizing what they've learned about something...
April 30, 2008

algebra2
Sorry the symbols didn't come out. If you look on wikipedia and search "omega" you'll find the symbols I'm talking about.
April 30, 2008

algebra2
It might be omega symbolized by Ù or ù but I would wait for another answer.
April 30, 2008

Science
Well, I have no idea what an amalgam is but I would say it is a mixture because the nuclei of the individual gasses aren't fused together, so you can't say it's a compound. I wouldn't depend on my answer, however...wait until a Jiskha expert answers.
April 30, 2008

Math (geometry)
Line l is tangent to circle O at point P(3,4) where the center is located at (0,0). a. Find the radius of the circle. (I got 4) b. Give an equation of the circle. (I got x^2+y^2=16) c. Find the slope of line l. d. Give an equation of line l...
April 30, 2008

Math (geometry)
Give an equation of the y-axis. I got y=b, because there is no slope, and y will be equal to the y-intercept. Is this correct?
April 30, 2008

math
6x^2 > 6+5x (Divide by 6) x^2 > (5/6)x (Divide by x) x > (5/6) Does this look like the answer you're supposed to get?
April 30, 2008

math
5,280
April 29, 2008

3rd grade math
I would recommend something smaller, such as feet, yards, or meters.
April 29, 2008

3rd math
I would use that too.
April 29, 2008

physics
Plz post the formula I forgot what it is... if you have one.
April 29, 2008

Math (geometry)
Ohh!! That makes perfect sense. Thanks so much for helping Reiny :-) I appreciate it!
April 29, 2008

Math (geometry)
Find the area of the region inside the circle x^2+y^2=2 AND above the line y=1.
April 29, 2008

Adv. Math
1/2b > -24 (2)1/2b > (2)-24 b > -48
April 29, 2008

Science
Can you help me find the common name of Thermus aquaticus and how it reproduces and anything else?
April 28, 2008

Physics check
Why does a hydrogen bomb produce significant radioactive fall-out? A hydrogen bomb operates with a nuclear reaction that produces radioactive products?
April 25, 2008

Physics check
In a nuclear reaction where energy is released, which has more mass, the products or the reactants? The reactants?
April 25, 2008

Physics check
A Thorium-232 absorbs a neutron and the resulting nucleus undergoes two successive beta decays. The nucleus that results has.... nucleons,.....protons, and .... neutrons. This is a nucleus belonging to the element ....... have no idea
April 25, 2008

Physics check
Today's nuclear power plants use nuclear..... to generate electricity. fission?
April 25, 2008

Physics
Oh! That makes sense. Thanks so much!! :-)
April 24, 2008

Physics
Why would the carbon dating method be useless in dating old coins but not old pieces of adobe brick?
April 24, 2008

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