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4th grade math
Greatest sum you want to use the highest numbers in the highest places..9876+543, do the opposite for the least.
October 24, 2010

math
It would be choice 3. The x in the first parenthesis would be 8, and in the second parenthesis 6.
October 24, 2010

math
20-x, because it DROPPED x degrees.
October 24, 2010

Physics
A helicopter is ascending vertically with a speed of 9.00 m/s. At a height of 90 m above the Earth, a package is dropped from a window. How much time does it take for the package to reach the ground?
October 24, 2010

Social St.
1620 is the year that the Mayflower set sail to Plymouth Bay. Therefore I'm guessing the year symbolizes harmony between Native Americans and the pilgrims. However from the Patuxet point of view (the tribe that aided the pilgrims) the arrival was devastating. They were ...
October 24, 2010

Physics
A baseball is seen to pass upward by a window 24 m above the street with a vertical speed of 8 m/s. The ball was thrown from the street. (a) What was its initial speed? (b) What altitude does it reach? (c) How long after it was thrown did it pass the window?
October 24, 2010

Physics
Thank you so much!
October 23, 2010

Physics
A stone is dropped from the top of a cliff. It is seen to hit the ground below after 3.90 s. How high is the cliff?
October 23, 2010

TYPO
You have a typo above. Please fix it.
October 23, 2010

algebra II
25=48t^2 Take the square root of 25/48.
October 23, 2010

Probability
Your school subject is not drawing.
October 23, 2010

Math
2/3x^2
October 22, 2010

math
ab^2, "how it is" is whatever the value is for a multiplied by the value of b, and then square that number..example: if a=2 and b=3, ab^2=2(3)^2=6^2=36
October 22, 2010

algebra
y=mx+b -4y=-9x-36 y=9/4x+9
October 22, 2010

algebra
.6x+8<x-5 Subtract .6 from both sides 8<-.4x-5 Add 5 to both sides 13<-.4x Do 13/-.4 to get what x equals.
October 21, 2010

math
Good job.
October 21, 2010

math
8 x 5 = ?
October 21, 2010

math
Negative. If you have an even amount of negative numbers, it's positive.
October 21, 2010

5th grade math
46.93 You have 4 tens (40), 6 ones (6), 9 tenths (.9), and 3 hundredths (.03).
October 21, 2010

5th grade math
600+50+4+0.2+0.07+0.009 ?? 654.279 For your second problem, the decimal is going to go in the middle since you need a tens, ones, tenths, and hundredths place (note the "ths" means to the right of the decimal). _____ _____. __9___ _____ going from left to right, the ...
October 21, 2010

english
Great! 2 typos: disliked and starry
October 21, 2010

math
Aly, you have to add 9/10 to both sides. Your answer would be 9/10+1/3. Change both denominators to 30.
October 21, 2010

Math
3x+4y=14 (1) x+y=3 (2) Multiply (2) by -3 to get the x's to cancel. 3x+4y=14 (1) -3x-3y=-9 (3) Add (1) and (3) together. y=5 Replace y=5 in either original equation (1) or (2) to solve for x.
October 21, 2010

hurry i need help
There were plenty of wars during this year. World War, Defensive War, and Winter War are just 3. You have to be more specific.
October 20, 2010

social studies
You are right that the second one is false. What state do you live in? I need to know that to know if it is the east coast.
October 20, 2010

8th grade math
All you have to do is plug in the points and see if they work. I'll do the first one for you. Try the others the same way. You can post them to get checked if you want. d=3.5t+50 10=3.5(85)+50 10=347.5 No.
October 20, 2010

5thgrade math
Range= maximum (highest number)-minimum (lowest number)=9-2=
October 20, 2010

maatthh
Oh yes, Ms. Sue is right. I didn't even realize this as I did the steps. When going from 6 49/35, it doesn't become 6 14/35 because 49/35 is more than one..
October 20, 2010

maatthh
Your answer is correct. Good job! 2 5/7 + 1 2/5 + 3 2/7 2 25/35+ 1 14/35 + 3 10/35 6 49/35= 6 14/35= 6 2/5
October 20, 2010

Algebra
12r^2-28r. You can't take this any further.
October 20, 2010

math
easy way to solve linear equations
October 20, 2010

Spanish
Hace calor en Buenos Aires. Hace sol y fresco en Franklin.
October 20, 2010

Math
8 x 10^7 (because there are 7 places after the 8)
October 20, 2010

Math
He could have 3 7 lb bags and 2 4 lb bags.
October 20, 2010

math
Draw a picture to help you.
October 20, 2010

spanish
1. Where is the university? You would want to respond "The university is _________." La universidad esta _________________. 2. What is the university like? The university is _____________. La universidad es _______________. 3. When is spanish class? Spanish class is ...
October 20, 2010

number patterns
Mona, The numbers double. As Reiny said, the first day there's 4, the next day 8, the next day 16. Add those three numbers together for the total amount.
October 20, 2010

9th grade
That asks who is she. You would respond "Ella es _______."
October 19, 2010

MATH
I'm guessing you mean tally chart..I'll start you off by putting them in order: 25 26 27 28 Now put lines next to each one every time it appears.
October 19, 2010

Math
First row, the 3 should be 3x..go from there.
October 19, 2010

math...
Are you solving for x or y? Or do you have values for one of them. You cannot do anything with just the information you gave.
October 19, 2010

math
There could be another answer.."mirror images"..79:97
October 19, 2010

Social studies
No, Writeacher will not make you the chart. You have to complete your own assignments.
October 19, 2010

math
d=4n d+n=15 4n+n=15 5n=15 n=3 d=12
October 19, 2010

5 th grade
73?
October 19, 2010

math
a) -3 because -6 * _-3_ = 18 b) -3
October 19, 2010

typo/error
x=2, Substitute x=2 in (1) or (2). 2 is easier.
October 19, 2010

ALGEBRA
q-1=-p -q+1=p
October 18, 2010

Math
6.48..no rounding necessary
October 18, 2010

English
Also for #7, say "on weekends" instead of "at weekends".
October 18, 2010

comp 150
Ok...?
October 18, 2010

Spanish
Yes, the se quitan is conjugated and quitarse is the verb in its infinitive form.
October 18, 2010

Algebra 1- PLEASE help
x=student tickets, y=adult tickets
October 18, 2010

Algebra 1- PLEASE help
30x+20y=212.50 x=3/4y 20(3/4y)+20y=212.5 Go from there, and when you solve for y, put that back in the original equation at the top for x.
October 18, 2010

Math Last One
9 32/60+11 25/60= 20 57/60, reduce this and check my arithmetic
October 17, 2010

Mathmetics got the answer just need steps!
See your other post. Do not repost questions.
October 17, 2010

english
Go to No Fear, Shakespeare online.
October 17, 2010

Mathmetics
5 45/60=5 3/4
October 17, 2010

Please Algebra 1
See your other post, and stop re-posting questions. I told you this the other day. You will be banned if you keep doing this.
October 17, 2010

Math - Geometry
You are multiplying the previous number by 3.
October 17, 2010

english
"Warm cocoon of her sister"..creates a peaceful, safe tone to me..what about you?
October 17, 2010

math
71, 73, 79..look up the definition of prime for your explanation
October 17, 2010

MATH
We need more information than that. Do you have values for x and y?
October 17, 2010

6th grade math
Sorry, I have to disagree.. 8(2h-10)=16h 16h-80=16h Subtract 16h from both sides.. -80=0h No solution
October 17, 2010

Algebra 1- Please Help !!!!!!!!:D
Do not repost questions.
October 16, 2010

MATH
She sold 50 tickets. You already said that.
October 16, 2010

Algebra 1- Please Help !!!!!!!!:D
a+b=45 2a=5b+6, 2a-5b=6 Multiply the top equation by -2. -2a-2b=-90 2a-5b=6 Add the equations together. -7b=-84 b=12 a=33
October 16, 2010

math
3x-y=-4 2x-y=0 -3x+y=4 -x=4 x=-4 Plug that back into either equation to solve for y.
October 16, 2010

9th grade
28x^3-36x^2+4x is divided by 4x 7x^2-9x+1
October 16, 2010

math
Make a drawing for this one. It's a very easy way to do it. Draw a dot where they both take off and then label distances apart..and keep adding the distance until you get to 1605.
October 16, 2010

ALgebra
You can also do this problem this way: (83+88+75+90+x)/5=85
October 16, 2010

chem
If the wet H2 gas occupies a volume of 6.84 L, how many moles of H2 are formed?
October 16, 2010

6th grade math
11 degrees..think of a number line..you have -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8..etc.
October 13, 2010

Algebra 2
If the second equation is double, than double your answer from the first one.
October 13, 2010

math
Reduce. 2 7/21= 2 1/3 because both the 7 and 21 can be divided by 7.
October 13, 2010

English
It could mean you have a contract that you can't break. Example: if you signed to Verizon for a year and wanted to switch to AT&T, Verizon could say "You're locked in with us for the rest of the year", so you would still have to pay for the rest of that year.
October 13, 2010

math
74
October 12, 2010

math
2.22 (repeating)
October 12, 2010

math
What divided by 1 is -45? -45.
October 12, 2010

math
All you have to do is -28 divided by 1.
October 12, 2010

Math
145*1/2
October 12, 2010

algebra
They both are divisible by 2 and each have at least one x..so the GCF is 2x and it's factored like this: 2x(3x-5).
October 12, 2010

math
The pattern I see is multiplying by 2 and adding 1.
October 12, 2010

8th grade
3.2 * 10^3 means to move the decimal point three places to the right (if the number is negative, move it to the left). 3200
October 12, 2010

math
3-1/2x-7/2=18 -1/2-1/2x=18 -1/2x=18 1/2 x=-37
October 12, 2010

Probability
Vika, How many face cards are in a deck? If you don't know, look through a deck of cards or research online.
October 12, 2010

Probability
The odds against red means the same as the odds for black. There are 7 black beans out of 11 so 7/11.
October 12, 2010

math
49. You posted this the other day.
October 11, 2010

statistics
I did explain it, Mary. We already know that you have a 70 and 100. There has to be at least 82's since it's the mode (occurs the most). We can then solve for the missing number. (70+82+82+100+x)/5=76..x will be the last missing number.
October 11, 2010

statistics
70+82+82+100+x/5=76 (There has to be at least two 82's since it is the mode.) Solve for x, and that's the third unknown.
October 11, 2010

Algebra
9-9^2>10x-x 9-81>9x -72>9x -8>x or x<-8
October 11, 2010

math
It's the number cubed..1^3=1, 2^3=8, 3^3=27..now you can finish the pattern.
October 11, 2010

Algebra
-4-2n+4n>7-4 -4+2n>3 2n>7 n>7/2 or 3.5
October 11, 2010

math
Also, it has more digits so it has to be greater. Isn't 10 more than 5, and 200 more than 30?
October 11, 2010

Algebra
.3-.5n+1>=.4 1.3-.5n>=.4 -.5n>=-.9 n>=1.8
October 11, 2010

5th grade math
Because you would know 20*5=100 and to multiply anything by 100, you add 2 zeroes to the end of it, so it's 6300.
October 11, 2010

math
7+7, you find another way.
October 11, 2010

math
Please help me answer this.. Suppose that 2^(x/2)= p 3^(x/3-1)= q [5^(x/2)]/3 = r Express (0.48)^x in terms of p, q and/ or r. this question came from our reviewer.. please and thank you!
October 11, 2010

college math
Please help me solve this Find the value of k so that the polynomial Q(x)= x^3 - k^2x^2 + k(5x-9)- 12 has a remainder of 1 when divided by x + 2
October 11, 2010

6th grade - EARTH SCIENCE
What are three interesting facts about the upper mantle of the earth? and 3 interesting facts about the lower mantle of the earth?
October 11, 2010

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