# Posts by Jen

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**math**

Please do not repost questions. Many tutors will choose to ignore your questions if you do this.

**math**

Yes, it is closed because if you multiply any of those numbers by any of those other numbers, you will always get one of the numbers in that set.

**6th grade**

1/3

**math/algebra**

No, we do not give the answers here. That will not help you learn this.

**math 4**

Never.

**Physics**

create a problem that could be represented/answered by the following equation. Include a sketch. Be sure to ask a question. 2kg * a = kg * 10N/kg * sin30 - 0.3 2kg * 10N/kg * cos30 so far I got that the object has a 20N downward force and a pull 30 degrees from the horizontal...

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

Yes! Good job, Niki!

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

3 3/5 gallons is how much water you drank after 6 days. 6 days * 3/5 gallons each day is 3 3/5. BUT..the question is how much water is left. If you started with 5 gallons, now you must do 5-3 3/5 for your answer.

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

Yes?

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

Jai, please allow the students a chance to attempt the problems on their own with our guidance.

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

3 3/5 was the part in parenthesis. So now do 5-3 3/5.

**math!!!!!!! help 3**

5-(3/5*6)

**social studies**

St. Augustine, Florida

**Math**

241.1_34 The missing digit you should be able to find when you figure out what word(s) you forgot to type above.."the thousandths place is one less than the ten thousandths and (?) less than the hundredths.

**math**

Not sure what that says, but if it was inappropriate, the site regulators will have you banned from this site.

**math**

4 is right. Noelle, 5/8*7/2=35/16=2 3/16, which is what they had for their answer.

**Math**

The place value of 8 in 805? It's value is 800 because the digit is 8 in the hundreds place.

**math**

m-n

**math**

Adding doubles is the same thing as multiplying by 2. Instead of memorizing the two tables, all you have to do is add the same number twice. Examples: 4*2=4+4=8, 7*2=7+7=14, etc.

**math**

24*5=?

**reading**

2. Spookley was different from other pumpkins. He was a square pumpkin. 5. He was a very helpful pumpkin.

**5th grade**

Is this a triangle? If so, all 3 angles add up to 180 degrees. 180-(31+121)=?

**the question is there**

The question would be "what number am I?"

**Probability**

Exactly 3 is impossible. If 3 were right, 4 would have to be right. The chances of exactly 3 would be 0.

**math**

15/-3 3/16

**5th math**

You have to divide. 3000/270000=90 (because 3/27=9 and you can cancel 3 zeroes from the top and bottom which leaves one zero). 90/63000=700 (9/63=7 cancel 1 zero from the top and bottom and you have 2 zeroes left)

**Math**

x-5

**english**

I think it sounds fine.

**english**

What's casein?

**college**

I agree. There should be consequences for actions, so that people cannot do whatever they want. The world would be in total chaos if everyone did what they wanted to when they wanted to. What do you think?

**:( math**

I think Bosnian's 2nd answer is right. I made a mistake on mine.

**:( math**

24 x 3/5 = $14.40, 1/6 x 14.40 =2.40, 14.40-2.40=?

**:(**

Please only post once and have patience! Multiple posts will cause many tutors, including myself, to ignore your questions if you continue to do this.

**$th Grade Math input output tables**

Multiply by 4 and add 1, or add 7..we need more numbers to know for sure

**math**

Yes, it is -2 something lol

**math**

Not correct. What's 2 1/3-4 4 /15?

**English**

I read somewhere that people are more likely to buy if they feel like they will be missing out if they don't- a "don't miss this great one time sale!" might help

**math**

Now simplify that.

**Math**

Sorry, did that wrong. 36/12= 3 m/hr half of that is 3 m/30 min or 6 m/hr 6 x 9 =

**Math**

36/12= 3 m/h half of that 1.5/hr 1.5 * 9 = ?

**math**

All you can do is distribute. 3a^2-3a+x-b

**us history**

True or False: The constitution assigns responsibility for carrying out laws to the JUDICIAL branch.

**us history**

True or False: The three-fifths compromise called for three fifths of a states LANDLESS CITIZENS to be counted as population.

**math**

of means to multiply 2/3 * 5/6 * x = 3/4 * 4/5 * y 5/9x=3/5y That's as far as you can go unless you have values.

**question**

You can ask questions..I'm not sure what you're talking about though.

**question**

Of course. What's your question?

**reading**

What does she need help with? If she needs help in general and not with a specific question/concept, your best bet would probably be to hire a tutor.

**4th grade math**

Greatest sum you want to use the highest numbers in the highest places..9876+543, do the opposite for the least.

**math**

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

**math**

20-x, because it DROPPED x degrees.

**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?

**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 ...

**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?

**Physics**

Thank you so much!

**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?

**TYPO**

You have a typo above. Please fix it.

**algebra II**

25=48t^2 Take the square root of 25/48.

**Probability**

Your school subject is not drawing.

**Math**

2/3x^2

**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

**algebra**

y=mx+b -4y=-9x-36 y=9/4x+9

**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.

**math**

Good job.

**math**

8 x 5 = ?

**math**

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

**5th grade math**

46.93 You have 4 tens (40), 6 ones (6), 9 tenths (.9), and 3 hundredths (.03).

**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 ...

**english**

Great! 2 typos: disliked and starry

**math**

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

**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.

**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.

**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.

**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.

**5thgrade math**

Range= maximum (highest number)-minimum (lowest number)=9-2=

**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..

**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

**Algebra**

12r^2-28r. You can't take this any further.

**math**

easy way to solve linear equations

**Spanish**

Hace calor en Buenos Aires. Hace sol y fresco en Franklin.

**Math**

8 x 10^7 (because there are 7 places after the 8)

**Math**

He could have 3 7 lb bags and 2 4 lb bags.

**math**

Draw a picture to help you.

**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 ...

**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.

**9th grade**

That asks who is she. You would respond "Ella es _______."

**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.

**Math**

First row, the 3 should be 3x..go from there.

**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.

**math**

There could be another answer.."mirror images"..79:97

**Social studies**

No, Writeacher will not make you the chart. You have to complete your own assignments.

**math**

d=4n d+n=15 4n+n=15 5n=15 n=3 d=12

**5 th grade**

73?

**math**

a) -3 because -6 * _-3_ = 18 b) -3

**typo/error**

x=2, Substitute x=2 in (1) or (2). 2 is easier.

**ALGEBRA**

q-1=-p -q+1=p

**Math**

6.48..no rounding necessary

**English**

Also for #7, say "on weekends" instead of "at weekends".

**comp 150**

Ok...?

**Spanish**

Yes, the se quitan is conjugated and quitarse is the verb in its infinitive form.