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May 28, 2015

May 28, 2015

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**Physics**

Steps: 1. Get the volume of the sphere (baseball). You re given the diameter, and you can get the radius by dividing this by 2. You are also given the formula: V,sphere = 4/3 * π * r^3 Just substitute the value of radius to get V. 2. Divide the given mass by volume to get...
*December 1, 2013*

**Physics**

If you use the equation for heat released/absorbed to support your explanation, Q = m*c*(T2 - T1) where m is the mass, c is the specific heat capacity and T is the temperature. Since the only substance involved is water, c is the same for both systems. We can also say that the...
*December 1, 2013*

**Physics**

Because ice can absorb more heat from the soft drink to change its state from ice to water (latent heat), than water only. If you use the equation for heat released/absorbed, Let T2 = final temperature of ice (assume it's above 0°C, so it became water at some temp >...
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

y = (1/2)x^2 - (3/2) -> this is a parabola differentiate: dy/dx = (1/2)*2*x - 0 dy/dx = x The line 4x - 8y = 5 has a slope of, -8y = -4x + 5 y = (1/2)x - 5/8 slope = 1/2 If this line and the tangent line of the parabola are parallel, they have the same slope: dy/dx = x 1/2...
*December 1, 2013*

**Physics**

Because it absorbs heat change its state from liquid to gas. This is called the latent heat, and it is a constant-temperature process. If the temperature changes without changing the state of a substance, it is called sensible heat. Hope this helps :3
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

2a^2 b^3 (4a^2 + 3ab -ab) Distribute to each: 2a^2 b^3 * 4a^2 = 8a^4 b^3 2a^2 b^3 * 3ab = 6a^3 b^4 2a^2 b^3 * (-ab) = -2a^3 b^4 Adding them, 8a^4 b^3 + 6a^3 b^4 -2a^3 b^4 = 8a^4 b^3 + 4a^3 b^4 Actually either there's no answer in the choices, or there is a typo. :3
*December 1, 2013*

**algebra 1**

Um, I think I answered the same question before.. but probably I didn't explain it clearly. :3 First thing we know is that the boiling temperature of water is dependent on the altitude. We can let x as the altitude (independent variable) and y as the boiling temp (...
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

Yes. :) The equation containing (2,4) with slope equal to -2 is y = -2x + 8.
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

Is this the continuation of your question? :) In the previous question, we know the slope is -2, and therefore we use the point-slope formula to get the equation: y - y1 = m(x - x1) We only need the slope and one point to get the equation. Let's use the point(2,4). ...
*December 1, 2013*

**PreCal**

^No, I'm sorry don't mind my post ^^;
*December 1, 2013*

**PreCal**

2yi = 5x - 2i + 4 Divide everything by 2i to get y alone: 2yi / 21 = (5x - 2i + 4) / 2i y = (5/2i)x - 1 + 2/i Hm, I think there's a typo..
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

There are actually infinite number of possible point B here, because if point A and point B lie on a line with a slope of -2, then two different points on that line have can be connected with a line of slope equal to -2. (I hope that's clear ^^;) But just to show how to ...
*December 1, 2013*

**Math**

1. Yep 2. Yep 3. Yep 4. Yep 5. Yep 6. Yep 7. Yep 8. Yep
*December 1, 2013*

**MATH**

Gemma: the first and second ordered pairs Tessa: the third and fourth ordered pairs I think you can observe them easily. hope this helps :3
*December 1, 2013*

**MATH :)**

They are all correct, except #5. 1.30 x 10^4 has three significant figures (1,3 and 0). hope this helps :3
*November 30, 2013*

**Chemistry**

Get first the number of moles (n) of each species. To get the moles, divide the mass by the molar mass. To get the molar mass, get a periodic table and add the individual mass of the elements in the chemical formula. H2O (water): 2*1 + 1*16 = 18 g/mol C3H8O3 (glycerine): 3*12...
*November 29, 2013*

**Chemistry**

Get first the number of moles (n) of each species. To get the moles, divide the mass by the molar mass. To get the molar mass, get a periodic table and add the individual mass of the elements in the chemical formula. H2O (water): 2*1 + 1*16 = 18 g/mol C3H8O3 (glycerine): 3*12...
*November 29, 2013*

**Math**

64 x 6^4 = 2^6 * 2^4 * 3^4 = 2^10 * 3^4 = 82944
*November 27, 2013*

**math**

Let n = number of laptops sold 5 / 9 = 20 / n 5n = 9 * 20 5n = 180 n = 36 laptops
*November 27, 2013*

**algebra 1**

You can observe that the difference between two consecutive numbers in the pattern is 9.
*November 27, 2013*

**Chemistry**

I think you lack data, and thus, this question cannot be answered.
*November 27, 2013*

**Chemistry**

Molar mass of SO2 = 64 g/mol Divide the given mass by molar mass to get the moles: n = 0.7 / 64 n = ? Now solve for n.
*November 27, 2013*

**Calculus**

Integral of x / sqrt(x-1) dx We can use substitution method. Let u = x - 1 Thus, x = u + 1 and dx = du Substituting, Integral of (u+1)/sqrt(u) du Integral of (u+1)(u^(-1/2)) du Integral of u^(1/2) + u^(-1/2) du = (2/3)*u^(3/2) + (2)*u^(1/2) + C = (2/3)*(x-1)^(3/2) + 2(x-1)^(1/...
*November 27, 2013*

**Algebra**

Just substitute x = -3 to the function: f(x) = 3x - 10 f(-3) = 3(-3) - 10 f(-3) = -9 - 10 f(-3) = -19 Hope this helps :3
*November 25, 2013*

**math**

x = (2/y^2) + 2 Place the 2 from the right side to the left side. x - 2 = 2 / y^2 Multiply both sides by y^2. (x - 2) * y^2 = (2 / y^2) * y^2 (x - 2) * y^2 = 2 Divide 2 from the right side by x - 2 to isolate all terms with y. y^2 = 2 / (x - 2) Finally, get the squareroot. y...
*November 24, 2013*

**math**

Let n = total number of students. It was said that 60% of n are girls, which is according to the problem, equal to 30. Thus, 60% * n = 30 Note that 60% is also equal to 0.6 in decimal form: 0.6 * n = 30 n = 30/0.6 n = 50 students Hope this helps :3
*November 24, 2013*

**Chemistry**

To do this, you need the the latent heat of vaporization (Lv) for water. In references, the Lv for water is 2256 J/g. The formula for the heat released of absorbed is Q = m * Lv where m = mass Lv = heat of vaporization In this case, heat is released (negative Q) because the ...
*November 24, 2013*

**Chemistry**

To do this, you need the the latent heat of vaporization (Lv) for water. In references, the Lv for water is 2256 J/g. The formula for the heat released of absorbed is Q = m * Lv where m = mass Lv = heat of vaporization In this case, heat is released (negative Q) because the ...
*November 24, 2013*

**Pre-Calc (Prove the identity)**

Recall that formula for sum in tangent: tan (a +/- b) = [tan(a) +/- tan(b)] / [1 -/+ tan(a)tan(b)] Applying this, tan^2(x/2 + π/4) = { [tan(x/2) + tan(π/4)] / [1 - tan(x/2)tan(π/4)] }^2 Note that tan(π/4) = 1, so = [(tan(x/2) + 1) / (1 - tan(x/2))]^2 = (tan...
*November 24, 2013*

**Math grade 9 and up**

x/s + y/w = 1 s/x + w/y = 4 You can use substitution. From the first equation, wx + sy = sw x = (sw - sy)/w Substitute to the second equation: s/x + w/y = 4 sy + wx = 4xy sy + (w)((sw - sy)/w) = 4((sw - sy)/w)y sy + sw - sy = 4y(sw - sy)/w sw^2 = 4swy - 4sy^2 4sy^2 - 4swy + sw...
*November 23, 2013*

**chemistry**

When NH4NO3 is dissolved in water, it dissociates into its ions, followed by a temperature drop: NH4NO3 -> NH4+ + NO3- (though it's not really that relevant though ^^;) Anyway, the heat gained or lost can be calculated using the formula Q = mc(T2 - T1) where m = mass (...
*November 23, 2013*

**pre-algebra**

Are you sure the first term is w^2 or w^3? Anyway, if it's w^3, w^3 + 4w^2 - 4w = 16 w^3 + 4w^2 - 4w - 16 = 0 w^2(w + 4) - 4(w + 4) = 0 (w^2 - 4)(w + 4) = 0 (w + 2)(w - 2)(w + 4) = 0 w = -2 w = 2 w = -4 Hope this helps :3
*November 22, 2013*

**Calculus Area between curves**

Actually your answer is correct if it's indefinite integral. :) Now that you got the answer, we can now evaluate it at the given bounds: -(1/3)(8-2x)^(3/2) , at x = -7 to 0 = -(1/3)(8-2(0))^(3/2) - [-(1/3)(8-2(-7))^(3/2)] = -(1/3)(8)^(3/2) - [-(1/3)(22)^(3/2)] = (22/3)*(22...
*November 22, 2013*

**Science**

Yes.
*November 22, 2013*

**Science**

Red has the longest wavelength, while violet has the shortest. Arranging the colors from shortest to longest wavelength: VIBGYOR
*November 22, 2013*

**cal**

f(x) = x^2 + √x We can rewrite this as: f(x) = x^2 + x^(1/2) Therefore, the first derivative is f'(x) = 2x + (1/2)*(x^(-1/2)) And the second derivative is f''(x) = 2 + (-1/4)*(x^(-3/2)) Hope this helps :3
*November 22, 2013*

**chemistry**

Let m = mass of NaCl in grams Since the given is in 22% mass/mass, 0.22 = m / 250 m = 0.22 * 250 m = 55 grams NaCl Hope this helps :3
*November 19, 2013*

**Geometry (math)**

I suggest you draw the figure, it's easier to see that way. The planes that intersect are: (1) the plane containing the cross-sectional area (one triangle) and the plane containing one lateral surface area (one rectangle); and (2) the planes containing two lateral surface ...
*November 18, 2013*

**math**

cot x - tan x = 2 cot 2x I will be solving the left side and make it look like the right side. Note that cot x = cos(x) / sin(x) and tan x = sin(x) / cos(x): cos(x) / sin(x) - sin(x) / cos(x) Combining, cos^2 (x) - sin^2 (x) / cos(x)*sin(x): Note that the numerator cos^2 (x...
*November 18, 2013*

**science**

Recall that speed is distance travelled over a certain period of time, or v = d/t Since we know the distance (5000 m) and the speed (25 m/s), we can solve for the time: 25 = 5000/t 25t = 5000 t = 5000/25 t = 200 s Hope this helps :3
*November 15, 2013*

**science**

Acceleration is the change in velocity over a certain period of time, or a = Δv / t Substituting, a = (3 m/s) / 4 s a = 0.75 m/s^2 Hope this helps :3
*November 15, 2013*

**Trigonometry**

It would be a lot easier if you draw the figure. What you would do is just a summation of Forces. Since the system is at equilibrium (forces cancel out), the sum of forces should be zero. Sum of forces at x-direction: (T1)*cos(28) - (T2)*cos(35) = 0 Sum of forces at y-...
*November 15, 2013*

**Algebra**

If you mean ln (x) = negative number, yes, they can. If you mean ln (negative number) = y, no it's not possible. If you plot ln x, the plot is asymptotic to y-axis from the right (positive values of x only), therefore the plot will never reach x equal to zero nor the ...
*November 15, 2013*

**Math**

The area of circle is given by, A = pi*(D^2)/4 where D = diameter Substituting, A = ( 3.14 * (5/2)^2 )/4 A = 4.90625 ft^2 In mixed number, this is 4 29/32 ft^2. Hope this helps :3
*November 14, 2013*

**math**

Solve for w: 100w + 10000 = 220w + 7000 100w - 220w = 7000 - 10000 -120w = -3000 w = 3000/120 w = 25 weeks hope this helps :3
*November 14, 2013*

**Geometry**

Concurrent lines are lines that intersect at a single point. Well, a figure cannot be shown here, but try to draw/imagine. For instance, in an x-y plane, you have the three concurrent lines that intersect at the origin. Now, in order to have one pair of parallel lines, the ...
*November 14, 2013*

**math**

Let x = length. Do ratio & proportion: 10 / 19 = 38 / x Cross-multiplying, 10x = 19 * 38 10x = 722 (10/10)x = 722/10 x = 72.2 in Hope this helps :3
*November 14, 2013*

**physics**

I suggest you draw the figure. Note that if you draw the figure, you'll have a scalene triangle (a triangle with no sides equal). Two of its sides are given (51 and 45), and the angle between them is 180 - 30 = 150 degrees. Since you have two given sides and an angle ...
*November 14, 2013*

**science**

Thus, it's a rational number. Note that integer and whole number are the same.
*November 14, 2013*

**physics**

If x is the displacement, note that v (velocity) = dx/dt, and a (acceleration) = dv/dt Therefore, we get the derivative of the given equation: dx/dt = 6t - 3t^2 = velocity Note that this is just the equation for velocity, and we need to maximize it. Thus, we differentiate it ...
*November 14, 2013*

**Pre-Calculus**

D = √(x^2 + 8x + 12) We can also rewrite this as D = (x^2 + 8x + 12)^(1/2) Now we have to get dD/dt. To get the derivative, recall that if x is raised to a certain constant, the derivative is x^n = n*x^(n-1) * dx We multiply the exponent to x, which is jow raised to 1 ...
*November 12, 2013*

**chemistry**

Assuming the gas is ideal, we use the ideal gas law: PV = nRT where P = pressure V = volume n = number of moles R = universal gas constant T = temperature Note that there are two different species involved, but their P and T are the same (of course, R also). Rewriting the ...
*November 12, 2013*

**chemistry-correction**

*In the second one, I mean you don't usually make solutions of defined volume and concentration in beakers, because these glasswares are not accurate in volume. (sorry about this, I misread ^^;) Also, using volumetric pipettes or simply pipettes are more accurate than ...
*November 12, 2013*

**chemistry**

The dilution formula is M1*V1 = M2*V2 Substituting, 0.02 * 100 = 0.4 * V2 V2 = 2 / 0.4 V2 = 5 mL The volume of stock solution used is correct. And we need 95 mL of water to make the target solution. One mistake here is adding water to acid. Note that you should NOT add WATER ...
*November 12, 2013*

**CHEMISTRY**

Yes it does. From the problem, it says that 50 cm^3 of AgNO3 and 50 cm^3 of HCl are mixed. Therefore, the total volume of the solution is 50 + 50 = 100 cm^3. Then an assumption is that the density of the solution is 1 g/ cm^3. We have the volume, we have the density, we can ...
*November 12, 2013*

**math**

a. I'm not sure about this ^^; sorry. b. We add the number of steps to each coordinate. The initial point is (-2,-5). Here, the x-coordinate is -2 and the y-coordinate is -5. When the drummer moved: 1 step right means plus one to the x-coordinate 3 steps up means plus ...
*November 12, 2013*

**algebra**

Let n = cost of refreshments for 26 people. We can do ratio and proportion here. For every 18 people, the cost of refreshments is $45, while for every 26 people, the cost of refreshments is $ n. Thus, 18 / 45 = 26 / n We cross-multiply: 18n = 45 * 26 18n = 1170 Divide both ...
*November 12, 2013*

**Math-Algebra**

The pressure of a gas varies directly as its temperature: P = kT Note that the temperature must be absolute (in Kelvin units). To convert, just add 273 to the degree Celsius. Substituting the given, 200 lb/in^2 = k (65.5 + 273) k = 200 / 338.5 k = 0.5908 Now that we know the k...
*November 11, 2013*

**Math - Algebra**

Are you sure it's 81.5 N on the surface of the moon? #1. Anyway, what we'll do is first get the mass of the man. Note that mass is constant, and in physics, it is different from the term 'weight' (though in other cases, they are interchangeable, like in ...
*November 11, 2013*

**math**

Because it lies in the x axis.
*November 11, 2013*

**math**

Substitute the pints to the function: at (0,b): f(x) = 2^x / a b = 2^0 / a b = 1/a at (2,0.8): f(x) = 2^x / a 0.8 = 2^2 / a 0.8 = 4 / a a = 4 / 0.8 a = 5 Substituting to the equation for b, b = 1/a b = 1/5 Hope this helps :3
*November 10, 2013*

**Chemistry**

This is a colligative property problem. Note that when an solute is dissolved in a solvent, the freezing point of the solvent decreases. This is called freezing depression, and the change in temperature can be calculated by (T,orig - T,new) = Kf * m where T,orig = original ...
*November 10, 2013*

**Math!**

Yes it is.
*November 7, 2013*

**chemistry**

Recall that the formula for root mean square speed is given by v,rms = (3RT/M)^(1/2) where R = universal gas constant = 8.314 J/mol-K T = temperature in K M = molar mass in kg/mol We know that the molar mass of O2 is 32 g/mol or 0.032 kg/mol, and the v,rms is equal to 475. ...
*November 5, 2013*

**math**

What does that ' mean? Does it mean that the x is raised to a certain power? If it does, f(x) = 3x^3 - 4x^2 + 2x + 555 Substitute x = -5 to the function: f(-5) = 3(-5)^3 - 4(-5)^2 + 2(-5) + 555 f(-5) = -375 - 100 - 10 + 555 f(-5) = 70 hope this helps :3
*November 5, 2013*

**chemistry**

Assuming the gas is ideal, we can use the Ideal Gas Law: PV = nRT where P = pressure in atm V = volume in liters n = number of moles R = universal gas constant = 0.0821 L-atm/mol-K T = temperature in Kelvin Useful units conversion: 1 atm = 760 torr Kelvin = Celsius + 273 The ...
*November 5, 2013*

**chemistry**

Assuming the gas is ideal, we can use the Ideal Gas Law: PV = nRT where P = pressure in atm V = volum in liters n = number of moles R = universal gas constant = 0.0821 L-atm/mol-K T = temperature in Kelvin We know V, T and of course, R. To convert degree Celsius to Kelvin, we ...
*November 5, 2013*

**math**

What you'll do is add 3 and 8 to get the total: 3 + 8 = 11 Now we divide the total number of students by 11: 132/11 = 12 (this is the multiplier for 3 and 8) Therefore, 3 * 12 = 36 students (prefer baseball) 8 * 12 = 96 students (prefer soccer) Hope this helps :3
*November 5, 2013*

**math**

What you'll do is add 3 and 8 to get the total: 3 + 8 = 11 Now we divide the total number of students by 11: 132/11 = 12 (this is the multiplier for 3 and 8) Therefore, 3 * 12 = 36 students (prefer baseball) 8 * 12 = 96 students (prefer soccer) Hope this helps :3
*November 5, 2013*

**Math check answers plz**

It's 16.67 %. Note that there are six numbers in a dice, and in one roll, the probability of getting a six is 1/6 or 16.67%.
*November 4, 2013*

**chemistry**

NiCl2(aq) + 2NaOH(aq) → Ni(OH)2(s) + 2NaCl(aq) First get the number of moles of NaOH. Recall that molarity is moles of solute per liter of solution: M = n / V Getting n, n = MV n = (0.6)(0.025) n = 0.015 mol NaOH To get the mol Ni(OH)2, we multiply the mol of NaOH to the...
*November 4, 2013*

**Math**

Yes, it's 16. :)
*November 4, 2013*

**Algebra**

25u^2 - 81 This is a difference of two squares. Therefore, the factor is (5u - 9)(5u + 9) hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**Algebra**

20 v^7 u^3 16 x^6 v^4 u^5 GCF of 16 and 20: 4 GCF of v^7 and v^4 : v^4 GCF of u^3 and u^5 : u^3 Thus, the GCF is the product of the three, which is equal to 4 v^4 u^3. hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**math**

To get the slope we use the formula: m = (y2 - y1) / (x2 - x1) where (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) are the points. Substituting, m = (4 - (-1)) / (3 - 2) m = (4 + 1) / 1 m = 5 (a) Note that parallel lines have equal slope. Thus slope of the parallel line is also equal to 5. (b) Note ...
*November 4, 2013*

**ms. sue please help**

Change first the 12 1/2 into improper fraction: 12 1/2 = (12*2 + 1)/2 = 25/2 Then we divide 50 by 25/2 to get the rate per hour: 50 / (25/2) 50 * 2/25 100/25 = $4 per hour I'm not Ms. Sue but I hope you can trust my answer. Hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**math check**

Instead of multiplying 14.6 by 2, you should have divided it by 2.
*November 4, 2013*

**chemistry**

Recall that molarity is just moles of solute per liter of solution: M = n / V Since we're given the volume and molarity, we solve for the n: 0.30 M = n / 0.15 L n = 0.3 * 0.15 n = 0.045 mol CH3OH The problem asks for the mass of CH3OH. To get the mass, we multiply the ...
*November 4, 2013*

**Math**

1. Yep 2. You would have to multiply 15% by 38, because it's asking for the number of students who did NOT pass their test. 38 * 0.15 = 5.7 or approximately equal to 6 students 3. Let n be the sales price It was said that 52% or 0.52 of the sales price is the profit. Thus...
*November 4, 2013*

**honormath3**

-(35/4 * 3/7) / (-4/3) -(105/28) / (-4/3) -105/28 * (-3/4) 315/112 = 45/16 hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**college algebra**

ln y = log 9 e^(ln y) = e^(log 9) y = e^(0.9542) y = 2.5967
*November 4, 2013*

**college algebra**

ln y = -0.35 e^(ln y) = e^(-0.35) y = e^(-0.35) y = 0.7047
*November 4, 2013*

**math**

We must change first the 2 1/2 to improper fraction: 2 1/2 = 5/2 then we divide: 5/2 / (1/4) 5/2 * 4/1 20/2 = 10 people hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**Math**

We divide the area by the width to get the length: L = (x^2 - 5x - 10) / (x + 2) I don't think this can be simplified further. hope this helps :3
*November 4, 2013*

**Math Can someone check my answers ?**

Yes. ;)
*November 3, 2013*

**Math Can someone check my answers ?**

Yes it's B. Though the term surface area is for 3D shapes. But I guess it's fine, since it's still area anyway. ^^
*November 3, 2013*

**Math Can someone check my answers ?**

Are you sure it's "surface area" and it's "circle"? Because usually if the shape is 2D, the term is 'area' only. If it's "area of a circle" only, A,circle = pi*r^2 A,circle = 153.9 in^2 (closest to letter B) If it's "...
*November 3, 2013*

**Math**

#1. I'm not sure if you mean x - sqrt(x-2) = 4 or x - sqrt(x) - 2 = 4, but I'll go with the first. x - sqrt(x-2) = 4 To do this, we isolate the term with squareroot to one side of equation: x - 4 = sqrt(x-2) Then we square both sides and solve for x: (x - 4)^2 = (sqrt(...
*November 3, 2013*

**Math**

Hi. I've seen your previous post. I'll try answering them. :) (9n+1)squared = 9 We expand the term with the square: (81n^2 + 18n + 1) = 9 81n^2 + 18n + 1 - 9 = 0 81n^2 + 18n - 8 = 0 Factoring, (9n + 4)(9n - 2) = 0 n = -4/9 and n = 2/9 Note that there are two values of ...
*November 3, 2013*

**Math**

(9n+1)squared = 9 We expand the term with the square: (81n^2 + 18n + 1) = 9 81n^2 + 18n + 1 - 9 = 0 81n^2 + 18n - 8 = 0 Factoring, (9n + 4)(9n - 2) = 0 n = -4/9 and n = 2/9 Note that there are two values of n. The sign that looks like a check mark in #2 is a squareroot sign. I...
*November 3, 2013*

**SAT math**

formula for slope: m = (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1) where (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) are the points on the line. Substituting, -3/5 = (4 - 1)/(1 - x) -3(1-x) = 5(3) -3 + 3x = 15 3x = 18 x = 6 hope this helps :3
*November 2, 2013*

**Math**

p^2 - q^2 = 12 p + q = 4 We have two equations and two unknowns, so we can solve for the values of p and q. What we'll do is substitution. We choose one equation, and choose one variable and express it in terms of the other variable. In this case, we choose the second, and...
*November 2, 2013*

**Math**

That's correct. :) formula for slope: m = (y2 - y1)/(x2 - x1) where (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) are the points on the line. Substituting, -3/5 = (4 - 1)/(1 - x) -3(1-x) = 5(3) -3 + 3x = 15 3x = 18 x = 6 hope this helps :3
*November 2, 2013*

**math**

We just solve it like a real equation. Though remember that when a negative number is multiplied or divided to both sides of equation, the sign is reversed. 3(3F − 3) > 4F − 5 9F - 9 > 4F - 5 9F - 4F > 9 - 5 5F > 4 F > 4/5 Hope this helps :3
*November 2, 2013*

**6th grade math**

1. It's actually 2a - 18 2. Yep 3. Yep 4. Yep 5. Yep 6. Yep 7. Yep 8. Yep 9. Yep 10. I guess it's okay 11. Yep 12. Yep 13. 2^4 = 16 ; (the base 2 stands for the 2 people and 4 is the number of rounds) 14. Hmmm, "four multiplied by the sum of nine and twenty-three&...
*November 1, 2013*

**math**

x^2 - y^2 - 2y - 1 x^2 - (y^2 + 2y + 1) x^2 - (y+1)^2 (x - (y+1)) (x + (y+1)) (x - y - 1)(x + y + 1) Hope this helps :3
*November 1, 2013*

**algebra 2**

2(x-5) >= 6(x-3) 2x - 10 >= 6x - 18 2x - 6x >= 10 - 18 -4x >= -8 x <= 2 Hope this helps :3
*November 1, 2013*

**MATHS**

fifth of one and a quarter: (1/5)*(1 1/4) = (1/5)*(5/4) = 1/4 one and a quarter: 1 1/4 = 5/4 adding them, 1/4 + 5/4 = 6/4 = 3/2 = 1 1/2 Hope this helps :)
*November 1, 2013*

**chemistry**

I am not sure if you have a typo, but for the reaction to be balanced, that should be Nitrous Acid (HNO2) in the reactant side: 3HNO2 -> HNO3 + H2O + 2NO Note that all the species here are neutral (zero charge). Thus the sum of the individual charges of each element ...
*November 1, 2013*

**Algebra**

I've never encountered this AC method before, but I've tried to google it. It's easy though it's crazy. XD Anyway, #1. I'll change the variable into x so it won't be confusing: 2x^2 + 3x + 1 First step is to multiply a (the numerical coeff of x^2) by c...
*October 31, 2013*