Monday

July 28, 2014

July 28, 2014

Total # Posts: 115

**math**

Can you help me solve Write in to other ways decimal and percent 4/250

**math**

Write 14,060,000,000,000 in scientific notation

**math help**

Simplify the ratio 18 to 0.6 Is this right 18 ×10 0.6×10 180/6 6/6 30:1

**math check**

Round 210,290,290,290.21029 to the nearest ten million 210,300,000,000

**math**

7/8 p = 14 how to do problem

**math**

W÷5/6=11/12 how to do the problem

**math**

W÷5/6=11/12 how to do the problem

**math**

Find the GCF and LCM of 18 and 42

**math**

Round 209,999.598 to the nearest hundredths

**math**

Louis has 7 1/2ft of red ribbon. How many red bows can he make using 3/4ft pieces of ribbon for each bow?

**science**

What type of star is the Sun?

**Math**

A spinner is divided into 12 equal segment that are numbered 1 through 12. what is the probability that the spinner will not land on 4 or 5? Reduce if necessary

**math mixed number**

I'm stuck I don't know

**math mixed number**

One inch equals 2.45 cm. Express the number of centimeters in an inch as a mixed number 2.54/1×100/100 2 54/100

**math decimal**

write each fraction or mixed number as a decimal - 56/60 = .93 90/200 = 0.45

**Math check**

write the decimal as a fraction or a mixed number in simplest form 5.705 5.705/1× 1000/1000 5 705/1000

**Math check**

write the decimal as a fraction or a mixed number in simplest form 2.67 2.67/1× 100/100 = 267/100 267/100 = 2 67/100?

**math check**

thanks!

**math check**

what is half the difference between 187 and 49? 187-49= 138/2 answer is 69?

**math check**

a rectangle has an area of 319 square centimeters, and a length of 11 centimeters. what is its width? 319-22 =298 widths

**math check**

2k=14.6 K=29.2

**Math check**

Round 210, 028, 546, 555 to the nearest million 9,000,000

**Math check**

Oh yes your right, 1 more crate for the extra dvds thanks

**Math check**

michael has 79 dvds. He can store 15 dvds in a wooden crate. how many crates will he need 79÷15 = 5 but I get a remainder 4. Is it right to say he'll need 5 crates

**Math check**

Jack the parrot has learned to say, jack wants a cracker, if he repeats the phrase every 5 minutes for 3 hours and is given a cracker each time he asked for one how many crackers will he eat? 12 crackers ea hour 12 × 3= 36

**Math check**

If the radius of a circle is 5 cm what is the area? Formula A=pi r^2 A=3.14×5×5 A=78.50

**Math check**

what is the measure of an angle that is supplementary to the following angle. An Acute angle of 57º 57º+90º= Answer 147º

**Math**

Pls check - Solve 9^2-7 (16÷2^3) 9^2-7 (16÷8) 81-7 (2) 81-14 67

**Math**

Pls check - Solve 9^2-7 (16÷2^3) 9^2-7 (16÷8) 81-7 (2) 81-14 67

**Math**

Pls check write this number in standard form Nine hundred two trillion six hundred seven 902,000,000,000,607

**Math**

812

**Math**

peyton has1218 fancy hat in her closet. if payton gives grace 1/3 of those fancy hats how many fancy hats will grace have?

**Math**

Write six hundred billion,two hundred thousand, two in expanded firm using exponents Please check 600, 000, 200, 002 (6×10^11)+(2×10^6)+(2×10^1)

**Math**

Its 9

**Math**

the number is less than 20 it is an odd 1 digit number, is not the number of sides of a triangle it can be divided by 3

**Math**

Thank you!!

**Math**

6×(10+6)-6^2 =6×16-6^2 =96-36 =60

**Math**

Pls check (3×8+4^2)-9 24+16 40-9 31 6×(10+6)-6^2 6×16 96-6^2 96-36 60

**math**

Order of operation (2×3+7^2)-10

**Math**

Write each number in expanded form using exponents. Pls check 1, 234 (1*10^3)+(3*10^2)+(2×10^1)+4 210, 290, 450 (2*10^8)+(1*10^7)+(2*10^6)+(9*10^5)+(4*10^4)+5 7,123,456,089 (7*10^9)+(1*10^8)+(2*10^7)+(3*10^6)+(4*10^5)+(5*10^4)+(6*10^3)+(8*10^2)+(9*10^1)

**Math**

Tom has a bag filled with 10 green balls, 5 red balls and 5 blue balls, what part on toms bag has green balls

**Math**

One side of a square frame measures 12 inches. What is the perimeter of the frame? Is this right 12*4=48 Perimeter =48

**Math**

Ok thank you all. I got 138.16 So I round it 138.2

**Math**

Not sure, it has a line thru the middle of the circle with 44mm

**Math**

Find the circumference of the circle. Round to the nearest tenth. The middle of the circle is 44mm

**Math**

instruments played in a band include a piano drum guitar and saxophone.dave does not use his mouth to play his instrument. ted and lindas instruments have strings. dave, sue and linda carry their instruments.who plays each instrument?

**math**

Not sure but I will use that then

**math**

That's what I had and teacher marked it wrong. She said write it in digit # form

**math**

Write the value of 8 in digit # form 15.285

**Math**

The sum of two numbers is 14. The difference of the numbers is 2. What are the numbers

**Math**

The sum of two numbers is 14. The difference of the numbers is 2. What are the numbers

**Math**

Write as an improper fraction 2 4/5 Is it 14/5

**math**

Write as an improper fraction 2 4/5 is it 14/5

**Math**

Bill spends 30 minutes on his homework. Dave spent three times as long as bill and jill spent twice as long as bill & dave together. How many total minutes did they spend on homework? How many hours is that

**Math**

Is this correct Find the Range, is it 106 67 23 83 129 23 129-23=106

**math**

70.55

**math**

70.55

**math**

Ok I didnt put the decimal after 87 & I got it wrong (15.58) thanks!

**math**

Solve 87-16.45=

**Math**

Write in expanded form 24,307,241 Is this correct 20,000,000+4,000,000+300,000+ 7,000+200+40+1

**Math**

Rank the following from greatest to least. 297.086, 297.8, 297.062 Is this correct 297.062, 297.086, 297.8

**Math**

Predict the number of digits in the quotient for 9,010 divided by 8

**Math**

Sorry I meant 129.63

**Math**

Solve for v 129.36-v=36.41 is this correct v=93.22

**Math**

Thanks!

**Math**

order the following numbers from least to greatest 3.34; 3.034; 3.403 Is this correct- 3.034; 3.34; 3.403

**Science**

A garden contains 20 different species of plants. Five of these plants are ferns. What percent of the garden is made up of ferns?

**Math**

Write two word phrases for 6 + v

**math**

name the operation needed to solve at the airport 72 people are waiting to board 9 different planes. If an equal number of people board each plain, how many people get on each plane?

**Math**

name the property and explain 26×(2×8)=(26×2)×8

**Math**

Write 91, 008.34 in word form.

**Math**

A decade is 10 years. Which expression gives the number of years in d decades, 10+d, 10d, or d÷10. Explain your choice.

**science**

How are mammals and fish alike

**math**

Solve each equation by testing the given values for a variable y-9=11 y=18, 19, or 20

**math**

Two gallons cost $2.90. You have to add

**Math**

Write an algebraic expression to represent the cost of m gallons of gasoline if each gallon costs $1.45 Is this right M-$1.45

**Math**

Write an algebraic expression to represent the cost of a concert ticket,h, with a service charge of $6.75.

**Math**

Solve for v 7x8x9xv=5040 I did 7x8=56, 56x9=504 Do u divide 5040 into 504

**geometry**

Find the area of pentagon CANDY with vertices C(-6,8), A(3,8), N(6,-2),D(-4,-1),and Y(-7,4).

**unscramble words**

iritoncf areoglhmet lcrneau and roasl

**Math**

what is the answer for the fractions and equivalent

**math**

what part of a foot is 6 2/3 inches?

**MAth**

-8 - 12 + 28 + 4(-3)

**MAth**

what part of a foot is 6 2/3?

**math**

the new price is $42 and the old price was $56, what is the percent of decrease?

**stats**

a test consists of 25 multiple choice questions. Each has 5 possible answers, which only one is correct. If a student guesses on each question, find the following: a) prob that he will guess all of them right b)prob that he will guess at most 12 right c) prob that he will gues...

**Math**

7/10 of your body is made of water. Is more than 1/2 of our body water? Explain. How do you start this

**math**

x/5=15 how to solve it

**Physics**

A hummingbird hovers motionless beside a flower. You can observe that the wings are moving rapidly up and down. If air pushes upward on the bird with a force of .30N whats the weight of the hummingbird?

**geometry**

Find the degree measure on an angle whose complement twelve twenty-sevenths of its supplement. Determine the angle's complement?

**math**

What is the 144th letter in this pattern? A B B C C C D D D D E E E E E.....

**math**

The length of the Loch Ness monster is 30 meters plus a third of its own length. How long is the Loch Ness monster?

**math**

what is the unit price of 5 for 2.50

**math**

What is the unit price of 5 for $2.50

**math**

A town now has a population of 300,000 people and an annual growth rate of 4.5%. If this rate continues, in how many years will the population be more than 500,000 people?

**math**

estimate 24.301 /5.7

**math **

x/.8 = 7/4

**math**

What is the estimate of 4/5 + 6/7

**math**

3 2/5 * 1 1/8

**math**

how do you find the circumference of a circle.