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2nd grade
5 (highest number)-1(lowest number)=4
September 8, 2010

Mathh!!
x-y can't equal 0.
September 8, 2010

Math
If you want to post what you think the mean, median, and mode are now, we can check your answers for you.
September 8, 2010

English
Erik/Joel/Samantha, stop switching names. We do not care if you put up multiple posts (although you should attempt at least a guess at the answers...) as long as you don't switch names!
September 8, 2010

English
How about people who play the lottery are fools?
September 8, 2010

math
1+j=4j+2 Subtract 1 from both sides j=4j+1 Subtract 4j from both sides -3j=1 Divide both sides by negative 3 j=-1/3
September 8, 2010

math
c/7+2=1 c/7=-1 c=-7
September 8, 2010

math
6-3a/2=-6 -3a/2=-12 -3a=-24 a=8
September 8, 2010

math 115
8000<=x<=12000
September 7, 2010

Math 116
See your other post. An example of an inequality is x+4<=5
September 7, 2010

Science
So you know which one you are talking about. If everyone talks about Hurricane Katrina, you know about it right away.
September 7, 2010

5th Grade Math
0.38 = (3 X 0.1) + ( X ) 0.38= .3+x Subtract .3 from both sides .08=x I don't know why you said it's asking for two answers. I really think this is the only answer.
September 7, 2010

solving equations fractions
Please post a problem that we can help you with.
September 7, 2010

10th grade
x^2+4x-60=0 You have to look for two numbers that multiply to the last term (-60) and add to the middle term (4). In this case, the numbers are 10 and -6. We write them like this: (x+10)(x-6) Check my work.
September 7, 2010

algebra
5<=s<=14
September 7, 2010

spanish
You use yo for I/me, tú for you (informal, as if you're talking to a friend), él when you mean him, ella for her, nosotros for we, ellos for a group of guys/or guys and girls, ellas for a group of girls only, Ud. for you (formal), Uds. for all of you. I will ...
September 7, 2010

spanish
Me llamo a Antonela. a was left out. You always put an a before a name.
September 7, 2010

Math
-x/3>=2 -x>6 x>-6
September 7, 2010

essay
I think it sounds really good but you need to work on making it into more sentences. The beginning is a very long run on sentence.
September 7, 2010

math
-17x-13=370 Can you go from here?
September 7, 2010

spanish
First of all, relax. All of the people that respond to these posts are VOLUNTEERS. Nobody gets paid to help you. People help because they like to help. It would be nice if the people that we help could have patience and thank us when they get help. Second of all, I am a bit ...
September 7, 2010

algebra
You have to post questions. We do not have information from any school.
September 6, 2010

math
Brian, Stop switching names. All you have to do is substitute. x(x+2)=8 x^2+2x=8 x^2+2x-8=0 Use the quadratic formula and double check my work.
September 6, 2010

math
96=3.142 x r x 12 96=37.704r 96/37.704=r
September 6, 2010

math
x^2-2(x+1)^2=11 Go from here
September 6, 2010

health
Breakups
September 6, 2010

Math grade 10
Duplicate post. See your other post for the answer.
September 6, 2010

English
I would eliminate "hard" in #2.
September 5, 2010

maths
What is the last number? I think the last digit got cut off. The mode is the number that occurs most often. Just by looking at the data, I would guess the mode is 15 because it looks like there is more 15's than any other number. Check that.
September 5, 2010

algebra
3.8>-4.1>-4.3
September 5, 2010

algebra
x-125 (x is the amount you have in your bank account). You oould also do x-125=y, where y would equal have much you have left in your account after the withdrawal.
September 5, 2010

Health, Safety, and Nutritio
I think it's C.
September 5, 2010

10th grade
Or you can see the denominator (bottom number) is multiplied by 3 to get from 9 to 27 so you multiply the numerator top number by 3. 4 x 3 = 12
September 5, 2010

Math
25+12=37 25-12=13 37*13=481 so the answer is 481??
September 5, 2010

Math
PLEASE HELP ME FACTOR COMPLETLEY. 25w^2-144
September 5, 2010

Math
5 is correct. I don't think there is another answer.
September 4, 2010

algebra
use the quadratic formula to solve the equation 2x^2-3x=-6
September 4, 2010

spelling
I am proficient at _____________. Fill in the blanks with something you are proficient at. Look up the meaning in the dictionary if you are unsure of the meaning.
September 2, 2010

math
Or 25x2=50, count the zeroes (1), and put it on the end, 500
September 2, 2010

science
What's your question?
September 2, 2010

math
No need for an apology, George. I was simply saying that it's not the best method. :)
September 2, 2010

math
You do NOT want to attempt this problem by trial and error.
September 2, 2010

math
x+y=7 4.5x+6.5y=39.5 Multiply the top equation by -4.5 to cancel the x's: -4.5x-4.5y=-31.5 4.5x+6.5y=39.5 2y=8 y=4 Put that back in the first equation to solve for x.
September 2, 2010

math
If 100% of 7 is 7, what would 200% be? (Double it.)
September 2, 2010

math
10(3)+3=?
September 1, 2010

algebra
-20(7)=?
September 1, 2010

algebra 8..helppp
Yes, 15 credit hours per semester.
September 1, 2010

Maath
5x+7=32 5x=25 x=5 Graph x=5 by shading a circle at that point.
September 1, 2010

math
Go backwards and do the opposite. (9x8)=x x-18=y y/3 = z
September 1, 2010

algebra
(multiplying the second equation by -5 to cancel the y's) 9x+5y=-42 10x-5y=-110 19x=-152 x=-8 Put that in either ORIGINAL equation to solve for y, and then your ordered pair would be (-8, y), replacing y with whatever you get for y.
September 1, 2010

chemistry
if the mass of a 12.5 mL sample is 50.0 g, calculate the density of the sample I got 0.25 is that correct
September 1, 2010

Geometry
5x=3x+4 Subtract 3x from both sides. Divide both sides by 2.
August 31, 2010

college
What is the "action"? What is somebody doing?
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
Yes it's -19/40. I didn't see that post of yours until now.
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
16/40 and 35/40 is right. 16/40-35/40=? Do 16-35, use a calculator if you need to. That's your numerator (top number of a fraction). The 40 is your denominator (bottom number).
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
What's your new denominator and fractions?
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
Do you know how to find the common denominator and change both fractions?
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
Right. The two negative signs makes a postive sign and they cancel out and equal 0. Good job.
August 31, 2010

math
Please check your other post and do not repost questions.
August 31, 2010

math
Maria, any more language like this or reposting questions and you will be banned from using this site.
August 31, 2010

math
Please check your other post and do not repost questions.
August 31, 2010

math
-2y-11=-12 +11 +11 -2y=-1 /-2 /-2 y=1/2
August 31, 2010

math
Do the parenthesis first. (12)(11)=?
August 31, 2010

algebra 8th
5.2-2.5, Make sure to have it lined up, "borrow" and make the 2 a 12 and 5 a 4, 12-5=7, bring down your decimal, 4-2=2. The answer is 2.7.
August 31, 2010

Spanish
Please post your answers, and someone will check them for you.
August 31, 2010

math
Anything between 1,543,001 and 1,543,999..
August 31, 2010

5th grade
1/6h=9 Multiply both sides by 6. h=9 x 6
August 31, 2010

math
7+15=?
August 31, 2010

correction
If there's no parenthesis, you do it from left to right, and your answer would be 28. (4x5)+8=20+8=28
August 31, 2010

Critical Thinking
B isn't a claim.
August 31, 2010

Algebra 2
Glen/Taegan, stop switching names.
August 31, 2010

english
B is correct. Always replace with pronouns and that makes it easier to see. The garden club = they, and you would say they have, so it's correct.
August 31, 2010

spanish
clase.
August 31, 2010

science
And Pam/Ant, stop changing names. We don't mind when you post more than one question.
August 31, 2010

science
My guess would be a tropical savanna. Look it up for more information to check me.
August 31, 2010

Algebra 1
a^2+b^2=c^2 13^2+9^2=c^2 169+81=c^2 250=c^2 Take the square root of 250 for your answer.
August 30, 2010

Probability
I think it's 1/2, since you already know one is a boy for sure.
August 30, 2010

social studies
Correct.
August 30, 2010

6th grade English
Good job.
August 30, 2010

Algebra 1
15-13 3/8= 1 5/8 or 13/8 (13/8)/(3/4)=?
August 30, 2010

math
What about the 2?
August 30, 2010

Math
(x-4)(x-4)=20 x^2-8x+16=20 x^2-8x-4=0 Now use the quadratic formula.
August 30, 2010

Math
Line AT or TA
August 30, 2010

algebra1
I was thinking of it as 16/3. No need to get smart with me, Reiny.
August 29, 2010

algebra1
Divide them each out. I'll do the first one for you. 3/16=5 1/3=5.33 (line over the 3, it's repeating)
August 29, 2010

algebra1
Candace is correct.
August 29, 2010

algebra1
Try plugging in these numbers for each of the problems and seeing if the statements are always true. 1)correct 2)If b is 2, then you have -2 + -2 = -4... 3)Try to plug in x=-1
August 29, 2010

arithmetic
What's your question? All you would do is weigh each one and write down the weights. The heaviest one would not get eaten and the others would.
August 29, 2010

math
Estimates can be greater than the actual sum, less than, or the same as. It depends on the actual problem.
August 29, 2010

math
1/4 (no work to be shown). You just multiply straight across and then reduce, if possible. It wasn't in this case.
August 29, 2010

mat115
11-6/7=10 1/7 10 1/7-7= 3 1/7
August 29, 2010

algebra1
You can post your answers and we can check them.
August 29, 2010

algebra1
You have to find a common denominator. I'll do the first one for you. 5 and 8 both have 40 as their lowest multiple. 16/40-35/40=-19/40 Post the answer to the second one if you want it checked.
August 29, 2010

english check answer
If you'd like to fix them, we can check them for you again.
August 28, 2010

geometry
3x-2y-4=-6 3x-2y=-2* 4x+4-y=7 4x-y=3* So your 2 new equations are 3x-2y=-2 4x-y=3 Multiply the bottom equation by -2 to cancel the y's gives us -8x+2y=-6 3x-2y=-2 -5x=-4 x=4/5 Plug the x value into either of your "2 new equations above" to figure out y.
August 28, 2010

algebra and trigonometry
9<1/2x 18<x or x>18 Find 18 on the x-axis and draw a vertical line through it. Then shade to the right of it, where x is more than 18.
August 28, 2010

math
Break the number down into the highest perfect square that it divides into plus whatever number you multiply it by. Examples: sqrt (square root) of 50, you break that down into 25 (perfect square) x 2, the 25 is 5 squared so your answer is 5 sqrt 2. Example 2: sqrt 147, break ...
August 27, 2010

Geometry
Are the two angles complementary or supplementary (add up to 90 or 180, a straight line)? If they are complementary, 5/2y+y+5=90...if they are supplementary same thing but =180 instead of 90. Post your answer if you want it checked.
August 27, 2010

algebra1
9.95+.5h 9.95+.5(20)=?
August 26, 2010

math
how many people in a seat (2?) and about how many seats, multiply them together
August 26, 2010

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