Tuesday

May 3, 2016
Total # Posts: 3,422

**Math**

Make up set of 7 numbers having these landmarks: mode 21, Median 24, maximum 35, range 20. If the maximum is 35 and the range is 20, that means the minimum is 15. 15 __ __ __ __ __ 35 We know the median (number in the middle) is 24. 15 __ __ 24 __ __ 35 The mode (used most ...
*December 17, 2010*

**math**

Where are your answers?
*December 17, 2010*

**5th grade**

3 * 3 * 3 = 27
*December 17, 2010*

**spanish**

You can respond as follows: Yo tengo que comprar un/una ________ para el cumpleaños de mi madre/padre.
*December 16, 2010*

**writing in math**

He/she needs a multiplication story, not a division story. 5 classmates each have 2 pencils. How many pencils do they have in all? 5 * 2 = 10 pencils
*December 16, 2010*

**math**

sentence*
*December 16, 2010*

**math**

There are two factors in that sentences, the 9 and 4.
*December 16, 2010*

**7th math**

At the mall, you spent a total of $170.86. You bought 2 pairs of jeans for $ 39.95 each,a jacket for $45.99, and shirts for 14.99each. How many shirts did you buy? jeans=$79.90 jacket=45.99 total cost so far=125.89 170.86-125.89=$44.97 14.99x=44.97..solve for x, that's ...
*December 16, 2010*

**Math**

120abc
*December 16, 2010*

**math**

Yes. If the groups were equal, you could multiply them to get the answer quicker. Since they are unequal, you can only add.
*December 15, 2010*

**Math**

Where was this when I was in school?? LOL.
*December 15, 2010*

**Aims math [help please very appreciated]**

15x+4=21+2x Subtract 2x from each side. 13x+4=21 Subtract 4 from each side. 13x=17 Divide each side by 13. x=17/13
*December 15, 2010*

**algbra 2**

Yes.
*December 15, 2010*

**algbra 2**

sqrt8/sqrt9=sqrt8/3
*December 15, 2010*

**Math**

9 1/8 - 2 5/8 Since you can't do 1/8-5/8 because you can't do 1-5, you have to "borrow".. 9 1/8 becomes 8 9/8...if it was just 9 it would be 8 8/8 because 8/8=1..so it's 8 9/8 8 9/8-2 5/8=?
*December 15, 2010*

**math-still needs help**

That's not what he's referring to, Gabby. David, that means out of 25, pick 8. I forget how to solve these though, so hopefully someone else will respond.
*December 15, 2010*

**3rd grade Shurley English**

The responses were not by the 3rd grader, only the question was.
*December 15, 2010*

**math**

9-2(3x+1)>37 9-6x-2>37 7-6x>37 -6x>30 x<-5 (When dividing by a negative, greater than becomes less than and vice versa.)
*December 15, 2010*

**math**

Already done. Check your other post.
*December 15, 2010*

**math**

What's the LCM of 10 and 12?
*December 15, 2010*

**Math**

Thanks!! :)
*December 14, 2010*

**Math**

A punter's first four punts in a football game are 30 yds, 20 yds, 27 yds, and 29 yds. After a fifth punt, the punter's mean was 30 yards. How long was the fifth punt? Please help!
*December 14, 2010*

**Algebra**

(11+12+5+3+x)/5=7.4 31+x/5=7.4 Multiply both sides by 5 31+x=37 x=6
*December 14, 2010*

**english/grammer/manners**

Yes, there is a common between yes, ma'am. No, I don't think it's necessary to say that. I think it's a bit old school. There are other ways to show respect besides that.
*December 14, 2010*

**Substitution method**

x=2y y=2x+3, y=2(2y)+3 y=4y+3 Solve that and then replace it to solve for x. You can post your answer if you want it checked or need more help.
*December 14, 2010*

**incomplete**

TR=what?
*December 14, 2010*

**algebra**

3/8+y=-3/16 y=-3/16-3/8 y=?
*December 13, 2010*

**INCOMPLETE**

Write WHAT as a product of factors?
*December 13, 2010*

**11th grade**

Yes, that will actually be a right triangle. You can do the pythagorean theorem to check it.
*December 13, 2010*

**math**

1/2x+1/3y=5 1/4x+1/3y=4 First I want to get rid of the fractions..multiply the first equation by 6 and the second one by 12. 3x+2y=30 (1) 3x+4y=48 (2) Now multiply the first equation by -1. -3x-2y=-30 3x+4y=48 Add the equations together. 2y=18 Solve for y, put it back into (1...
*December 13, 2010*

**Algebra**

Using the compound intrest formula's A=P(1+r/n)^nt and A=Pe^rt to solve the problem given. Round the answer to the nearest cent. I have to find the accumulated value of and investment of $20,000 for 6 years at an intrest rate of 4.5% compounded semiannually,quarterly,...
*December 12, 2010*

**Algebra**

2-1=1 and 1-2=-1
*December 12, 2010*

**Math**

I don't think you just multiply the numbers for this one. If the question said that he was going to all 4 office stores, all 4 electronic stores, all 8 clothing stores, and all 5 sporting goods stores and asked how many ways can he do that, then you would multiply them all...
*December 12, 2010*

**6th grade**

10
*December 10, 2010*

**MATH**

What number? I would guess A since it's a set of ten and could've been rounded, but cannot tell without seeing the number.
*December 10, 2010*

**Math**

3, 6..They are increasing by 3 Bottom row is decreasing by 4
*December 9, 2010*

**Algebra one :)**

To rewrite in Ax+By=C form, rearrange the terms so that x and y are on the left and the number is on the right. 5y-6=2x+3 Subtract 2x from both sides. -2x+5y-6=3 Add 6 to both sides. -2x+5y=9
*December 9, 2010*

**Math **

You can't solve that unless you have more information that you forgot to include.
*December 9, 2010*

**chem**

2.62g
*December 8, 2010*

**English**

o Identify which paragraph was more effective and analyze why this is so. o Include a discussion of sentence variety and the rhythm of the author’s writing. o Focus on the writing rather than the opinions presented. o Underline your topic sentence. Did I do everything ...
*December 8, 2010*

**physics**

The coefficient of kinetic friction for a 22 kg bobsled on a track is 0.20. What force is required to push it down a 6.0° incline and achieve a speed of 70 km/h at the end of 75 m?
*December 8, 2010*

**Math**

Right. So what's 120 minutes from 3:00?
*December 7, 2010*

**Math**

LCM, not GCF
*December 7, 2010*

**physics**

what happens to the force of frictionif the coefficient of friction was reduced by one thrid
*December 7, 2010*

**6th grade**

All negatives would be negative, all positives would be positive, a positive and 2 negatives would be positive, 2 positives and a negative would be negative..
*December 7, 2010*

**English**

I need a 150 word paragraph with the the bullets at top say
*December 7, 2010*

**English**

· Read two of the five paragraphs on the second page of this appendix. Write a brief paragraph of about 150 words in which you do the following: · o Identify which paragraph was more effective and analyze why this is so. o Include a discussion of sentence variety...
*December 7, 2010*

**error**

9.8c + 8d - 4.6c + 2.9d 9.8c - 4.6c + 8d + 2.9d 5.2c+10.9d
*December 7, 2010*

**2nd grade math**

54
*December 7, 2010*

**5th grade**

Add 18 to get each number.
*December 7, 2010*

**government**

what is something i would find on commissioners court AGenda and not in city council court agenda?
*December 7, 2010*

**math **

That's what I'm thinking. It should work if you make the left and right sides the same and the top parts of "the house" the same. You can make the left and right both 5, and all other parts 2.
*December 7, 2010*

**spanish**

To tell how long it would take you, I would say it aloud just like you would for the exam and time yourself. You could also have someone else time you. I would do this at least twice.
*December 7, 2010*

**6th grade**

Two negatives make a positive, and 20/10=2, so your answer is 2.
*December 7, 2010*

**math**

Check your other post.
*December 7, 2010*

**Math**

How much Luke paid.
*December 6, 2010*

**math**

You can't do anything with that..
*December 6, 2010*

**english**

What type of source?
*December 6, 2010*

**incomplete**

Please re-type your question.
*December 6, 2010*

**writing**

The girls went to the mall.
*December 6, 2010*

**Math **

Then I would assume that it is not.
*December 6, 2010*

**10th grade**

3/6 * 2/5= 1/2 * 2/5= 2/10 = 1/5
*December 5, 2010*

**MATH**

Here is the information I gave you yesterday: Triangles: no sides the same: scalene 2 sides the same: isosceles all (3) sides the same: equilateral Since a triangle's angles must add up to 180, if there are 2 45 degree angles, the one left must 90 degrees. Do you know what...
*December 5, 2010*

**MATH**

Wow..I gave you plenty of information yesterday to be able to solve this on your own. Go back and read the information I gave you. I could not be any clearer.
*December 5, 2010*

**aLGEBRA**

Website A: Pay a fee of $116.00, plus $0.50 per bumper sticker or Website B: Pay a fee of $99.50, plus $0.65 per bumper sticker a: 116+.5x b: 99.5+.65x To find out how many bumper stickers you'd have to buy for the costs to be equal, set them equal to each other: 116+.5x=...
*December 5, 2010*

**Math**

Triangles: no sides the same: scalene 2 sides the same: isosceles all (3) sides the same: equilateral Since a triangle's angles must add up to 180, if there are 2 45 degree angles, the one left must 90 degrees. Do you know what a triangle is called if it has a 90 degree ...
*December 5, 2010*

**10th grade**

I'm guessing AB=BC? Can't tell if you have a picture or something. If so:3x-2=x+6
*December 5, 2010*

**algebra**

150/1.5=x/60
*December 5, 2010*

**huckleberry finn**

cowhide 17 tan 17
*December 5, 2010*

**adv. alg.**

Sorry, I don't remember how to do #1 and 2, but 3 is x=+-2
*December 5, 2010*

**math-PLEASE HELP**

8.23 * 10^7 82300000 The exponent tells you how many times to move the decimal. If it's positive, you move it to the right. If it's negative, move it to the left. Example: 8.23 * 10^-7=.000000823
*December 5, 2010*

**Math**

Add up all the grades that aren't B's. Then put that over the total amount of grades.
*December 5, 2010*

**Business Communications**

I agree.
*December 4, 2010*

**math**

x+2x+3x+4x=360 take it from here
*December 4, 2010*

**Math**

4*3*2
*December 3, 2010*

**Math209**

12y^6-40y^5+28y^4 Take out the GCF..for example, each term has at LEASt a y^4 and the highest number it each can be divided by is 4 so.. 4y^4(3y^2-10y+7)
*December 3, 2010*

**yemen**

Stop posting this question or you will be blocked from this website.
*December 2, 2010*

**Math**

Pentagons are five sided figures, in which each of the five sides are equal. To figure out the perimeter, you take the side given and multiply it by 5 since each side is the same. I'll do the first one for you and you can do the rest. 6 * 5 = 30.
*December 2, 2010*

**6grade**

5 * 5 * 2
*December 2, 2010*

**Math**

1/3 of 3/4= 1/3*3/4=3/12=1/4
*December 2, 2010*

**5th grade math **

A pie graph
*December 2, 2010*

**Related Rates**

.228
*December 2, 2010*

**Algebra**

64,800/2=32,400 sqrt 32,400=180 You can do this in your head if you know the squares up to 20, because 18^2=324
*December 2, 2010*

**chemistry**

Calculate the mass of 2.56*10^24 formula units of aluminum dichromate.
*December 2, 2010*

**Maths**

Put it in a prime calculator online.
*December 2, 2010*

**5th grade**

.50=child 2.00=man 3.00=woman 70 children=$35 25 men= $50 5 women=$15 I used guess and check..it took a little while, but I got it. It was kind of fun lol. I'm not sure if there's only one answer but this one works.
*December 2, 2010*

**What??**

What are you talking about?
*December 2, 2010*

**algebra 2**

8.5>6.1+0.6y Subtract 6.1 from both sides 2.4>.6y Divide both sides by .6 4>y or y<4 To graph this, find where y=4, and draw a line across this point. Since y<4, you will then shade below the line.
*December 2, 2010*

**drawing**

The angles with measure the same..the side lengths and perimeter will be comparable by ratio.
*December 2, 2010*

**word problem**

2/3b+(6/2) 2/3b+3
*December 2, 2010*

**math**

14 1/20
*December 2, 2010*

**English(how is it?)**

If the 12th grade was abolished, then the 11th grade would seem like 12th grade and the same thing would happen..
*December 1, 2010*

**english**

To make it plural doesn't mean to add is or ies to each words. Plural means more than one. I'm sure you know the plural for day. 1 day + 1 day = 2 _____. Try them again and then I (or someone else) will check your answers. They are almost all wrong.
*December 1, 2010*

**Math fractions**

Her answer was right, she just didn't complete the problem for you. 1/2=4/8 so you now have 3/8+4/8=7/8.
*December 1, 2010*

**Algebra**

y=mx+b y-b=mx (y-b)/m=x
*December 1, 2010*

**math**

2 * 3 * 4 * 5 * 6. I just used guess and check. It didn't take that long. If you're unsure of what the words mean, you should look them up. Consecutive means in order and integers means whole numbers.
*December 1, 2010*

**4th grade**

y=10h Solve for h y/10=h So he earns y/10 for each hour worked.
*December 1, 2010*

**math**

Some of those are right and some of those are wrong. I'll show you one that you got wrong. First you put it over 100 and then you reduce. 44%=44/100=11/25
*December 1, 2010*

**Math please help**

False, I plugged in numbers and it didn't work. For example, 2/3 does not equal 3/2.
*November 30, 2010*

**Math**

what did you do first to answer the question?
*November 30, 2010*