# Posts by Jeana

Total # Posts: 46

**Logical Reasoning**

Thanks everyone!

**Logical Reasoning**

Is it D?

**Logical Reasoning**

All of the bikes in the shed are red. Some of the bikes in the garage are blue. All of the bikes locked to the post are green. Mike's bike is red, and Lynn's bike is green. Based only on the statements above, which of the following MUST be true? A) Mike's bike is ...

**Vocabulary**

"Congress appropriated $5.4 million dollars for repairs." The word "appropriated" is closest in meaning to A) accumulate B) accosted C) authorized D) aggrandized

**English or Social Studies?**

U r the most helpful person in the world! ❤️

**English or Social Studies?**

How is Mark Twain like his characters? A) He was very young. B) He felt great contradictions in what he wanted and how things were. C) He was ridiculed for his sentiment. D) He was fond of the water. E) He had many different jobs. Is it B?

**Vocabulary**

B, D, and E is not it. Then it should be C.

**Vocabulary**

Can it be E?

**Vocabulary**

"His books were humorous but included deep social satire as well." The word "deep" in the line above most closely mean: A. Buried B. Rich C. Profound D. Tired E. Low Is it B?

**Scrambled Paragraph**

Thanks a lot!

**Scrambled Paragraph**

Ever wish you could see what the inside of your body looks like? ___ Q. In fact, the area is so big that if that folds and villi were flattened and spread out, the inner surface of the small intestine alone would be enough to cover half a basketball court. ___ R. This is ...

**Math**

Yes it does! Thank you!

**Math**

Is it C?

**Math**

Is it D?

**Math**

The quotient equals the divisor, then the dividend equals the (A) square root of the divisor (B) divisor (C) divisor^2 (D) quotient

**Math**

Britney spears her grilled shrimp so the product of the numbers of shrimp is 1001. If the number of shrimp on each spear is a prime, how many shrimp does Britney spear altogether?

**Algebra**

On her birthday today, Ali's age in months is twice her age in years 60 years from now. How old is Ali now, in months? (A) 12 months (B) 24 months (C) 120 months (D)144 months Is it C?

**Math**

Jesse is late for work and speeds to get to the office, which is 60 miles away from his house. On the way back, he drives at a more relaxed pace. Jesse drove 30 mph faster on the way to his office than on his way back. What was his overall average driving speed for the day?

**Math**

Thanks.

**Math**

It took Sandra 5 hours to drive to her father's house and back. She lives 120 miles from the city where he father lives. What was her rate per hour driving for the trip? Is it 48 miles per hour?

**math**

Since they have to be different digits, use the smallest numbers and add them.

**Scrambled Paragraph**

Thank you!

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Oh sorry. I think it should be U, R, S, T, Q.

**Scrambled Paragraph**

Although the famous Christopher Columbus is usually credited with "discovering" the Americas, our confinement was actually first discovered thousands of years before Columbus in 40,000 B.C. ___ Q. Counted among these civilizations are the Aztec and Mayans, the ...

**Math**

The average test score of 8 students in a class is 92. Two slacker kids join the class and the test average drops to 88. If one of the slacker kids scored an 80, what did the other slacker kid score?

**Algebra**

# of professors: p # of students: s 19p= s

**Math**

Gary took a drive down to the beach and drove at a pace of 45 mph on the way there. The trip took him 3 hours. He drives the exact same route on the way back, but takes it slow so he can enjoy the sunset. If Gary's return trip took him 4 hours, how fast was he driving on ...

**Math**

Thanks!

**Math**

Henry found a tablet computer on sale with an incredible 55% discount. If he ended up paying $215 for the tablet, what was its original non-sale price?

**Math**

What's the question?

**Math**

The area of square 1 is 4. The perimeter of square 2 is tree times the perimeter of square 1. What is the area of square 2?

**Math**

My choices are: A. 1 B. 4 C. 8 D. 10 E. 15 I think my answer is D. 10

**Math**

The lengths of two sides of a parallelogram are 3 and 5. Which of the following is a possible value for the length if a diagonal if a parallelogram?

**Math**

The three sides of a triangle are 5, 9, and x. What inequalities gives the range of values for x?

**Math**

Two similar triangles have perimeters of 12 feet and 36 feet, respectively. If the area of the smaller triangle is 6 square feet, what is the area of the larger triangle?

**Math**

Write each of the following in the indicated base. (a) 1021three to base ten. (b) 534 to base twelve (c) MCMLXII to base ten

**math**

Kahlil said that using the equation (a + b)2 = a2 + 2ab + b2, he can find a similar equation for (a - b)2. Examine his argument. (a - b)2 = [a + (-b)]2 = a2 + 2a(-b) + (-b)2 = a2 – 2ab + b2

**comm/155**

How would you write about this topic, being different from anyone else's

**christmas theme**

need to unscramble this word, christmas theme heernwsmeeit

**Math**

cry

**Math**

f(x+1)=8x^2+x-3 f(-x)=8x^2+x-3 work: #1 8(x+1)(x+1)+x-3 then FOIL 8(x^2+x+x+2)+x-3 8x^2+16x+16+x-3 *8x^2+17x+13 #2 8(-x)^2-x-3 8x-x-3 *7x-3 I know on the first one you FOIL but im still getting it wrong?? The second one i thought was simple but im getting it wrong

**math**

a. y=3/2x-5

**MATH**

Umm i don't think you have enough info to answer the question is that one of your choices?

**Math**

Okay thank you that really makes more since your a lifesaver! Do you know how to do number 2 and 3 that you could walk me through too? I have literally tried them 11 times and it still says they are wrong

**Math**

x=4b sorry

**Math**

f(4b)=4x^2+5x-5 f(x+1)=8x^2+x-3 f(-x)=8x^2+x-3 *I think that the first two use F.O.I.L but i still cant get it

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