# Posts by John

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**math**

just subtract 1/2 x from both sides r- 1/2 x =y

**Math**

A = x^2 P = 4x A = 1/2 P x^2 = 2x x^2 -2x =0 (x)(x-2) = 0 x= 0 and x = 2 Ans x=2

**Math**

are you solving for r or h

**Mathematics**

Thanks. Forgive my grammar.

**Mathamatics**

If it has been determined that the probability of an earthquake occurring on a certain day in a certain area is 1 over 20 , what are the odds against an earthquake? Would the answer be 19:1?

**stats**

The area between -1.75 and 1.75 is equal to .91988 or .92 I would use those z-values. You can get these values from looking at a z-table. There are many different version of z-tables. You might be able to see the tails in it or a cumulative area z-table. Think of 92% being in ...

**Math**

If we toss four fair coins, what is the probability that we get more heads than tails? HHHH TTTT HHTT TTHH HTHT THTH HHHT TTTH HTTH THHT Would the answer be 2/10? I am a little confused. Thanks for the help!

**Physics**

A man claims that he can hold onto a 9.0-kg child in a head-on collision as long as he has his seat belt on. Consider this man in a collision in which he is in one of two identical cars each traveling toward the other at 49.0 mi/h relative to the ground. The car in which he ...

**Physics**

My bad, i switched initial velocity with final velocity in my equation. I actually got 13.82 (13.8 with sig figs). Is my answer still true?

**Physics**

An automobile accelerates 1.77 m/s2 over 6.00 s to reach freeway speed at the end of the entrance ramp. If the car's final velocity is 24.44 m/s, what is it's initial speed when it began accelerating. the answer i got was 35.06 m/s (35.1 m/s when doing sig figs). I ...

**Algebra**

y = .05(x-50) +100 If total number of text messages = x

**math**

A scuba diver dove from the surface of the ocean to an elevation of −99 9 10 feet at a rate of −30.7 feet per minute. After spending 14 minutes at that elevation, the diver ascended to an elevation of −8 9 10 feet. The total time for the dive so far was 21 1 ...

**linear programming**

Solve the following LP problem graphically MAX 2X + 7Y Subject to: 5X + 9Y >= 90 9X + 8Y <= 144 Y <= 8 X, Y >= 0

**linear programming**

Solve the following LP problem graphically MAX 2X + 7Y Subject to: 5X + 9Y >= 90 9X + 8Y <= 144 Y <= 8 X, Y >= 0

**linear programming**

Solve the following LP problem graphically MAX 2X + 7Y Subject to: 5X + 9Y >= 90 9X + 8Y <= 144 Y <= 8 X, Y >= 0

**linear programming**

Solve the following LP problem graphically MAX 2X + 7Y Subject to: 5X + 9Y >= 90 9X + 8Y <= 144 Y <= 8 X, Y >= 0

**Math**

seems right to me.

**math, please double check me**

Using a t-test I agree with -6.37. However, it is significant because -6.37 is a large t-value. I would never use a t-test when dealing with % which are equivalent to proportions. I would have done a 1 proportion z-test... but given the choices that you were given it looks ...

**Algebra II**

Maria's car averages 44 miles per gallon. Maria wants to determine how far she can drive based on the gallons of gas in her car. Write an equation to determine how far she can drive based on the gallons of gas in her car. What is the rate of change (slope) for Maria's ...

**Math**

6 sqrt(16) - 2 sqrt(12) 24 - 4 sqrt (3)

**math**

25/155 = 60/x solve for x show your work

**Government**

Do you have the answers

**Physics: Conversions**

Naval Question: MIDN Rabbit recently completed the NAVY PFA last Friday. During the course of CRUSHING the run and setting a new PR of 7:55, he/she performed a total of 1.1 million ft-Ibf of work. 1). Convert 1.1 million ft-Ibf of work to BTUs 2). Assume MIDN Rabbit's ...

**Exponential Inequalities**

Start with = then we will worry about the inequality. 2/5 raised to the 5x-1 = 25/4 take the log of both sides and then use the law of logs. (5x-1)(log 2/5) = log (25/4) (5x-1) = log(25/4) divided by (log 2/5) simplify that then solve for x by adding 1 to both sides and then ...

**Algebra**

y =70 + .40x y = 30 + .80x 70 + .40 x < 30 + .80x -.40x < -40 x > 100 When you multiply or divided across an inequality by a negative, you change the direction of the inequality.

**Math**

17 = k 24 17/24 = k y = 17/24 k

**Algebra**

Solve for n. Multiply both sides of the equation by 4. 1+ n = 16 subtract 1 from both sides n = 15 check by putting 15 into the original equation to see if both sides reduce to 4.

**Chemistry**

Your lab partner tells you that he has prepared a solution that contains 1.5 moles of NaOH in 1.5 L of aqueous solution, and therefore that the concentration of NaOH is 1.5 M. (a) Is he correct (b) If not what is the correct concentration

**Evans**

A school district has 2 teaching positions to fill and there are 8 applicants to choose from. How many different possibilities are there?

**Math**

Machine A was able to finish copying a set of document in 36 minutes. Machine B was brought in to work together with machine A to finish copying the document in 20 minutes. How long would it take machine B to finish copying the document by itself

**Algebra HELP PLEASE**

sale price = original - .25(original) or sale price = .75(original) Sale price = 40 - .25(40) or Sale price = .75(40) You should get the same answer using either one of the expressions.

**Math**

29 - 10 = 19 droughts only 16- 10 = 6 chess only. if you were using a Venn Diagram two circles intersection with the 10 in the intersection 19 in the drought only part of the first circle 6 in the chess only part of the 2nd circle. That will add to 35.

**Chemistry**

Larry has 250.00 ml of water. The water currently holds the maximum amount of soluble Silver iodide. In a separate container, Larry has 96 ml of a 0.07M solution of sodium carbonate. He wants to precipitate out all of the silver. Of his 96 ml, how much will he have to pour ...

**math**

where do you put parenthese to make this number sentence true 3x8/4+2=12

**Math**

7 = x + 10y 8 = x + 15y 1 = 5y y =1/5 x = 5 5 + 1/5 *8 = your answer

**Math College 115**

43/60 = hours miles/hour 2 divided by 43/60 2 times 60/43 120/43 divide and round to 2 decimal places distance = rate x time distance = (your answer from above) * time

**Math College 115**

F = 9/5 C + 32

**Math**

8 increase by the product 2(x-2) 8 + (2(x-2)

**Math**

How many five-card hands chosen from a standard deck contain two hearts and three spades? How do I solve this?

**MATH**

How many five-card hands chosen from a standard deck contain two hearts and three spades?

**Algebra**

x^3 -x^2 + x -1 Factor by grouping x^2(x-1) + 1 (x-1) (x^2+1)(x-1) For the second one x^2 -1 factors to (x-1)(x+1) The LCM (x^2 +1)(x-1)(x+1)

**algebra 1**

I am assuming that you typed this correctly 3(3^5 /9) 3(27) = 81

**Math**

replace the n with 2n -3 times 4^4n +1 In the original problem I am not sure if you have 4^(2n+1) or 4^2n plus 1. if it is the first -3 times (4^(4n_+1) that would be the answer because you cannot multiply the -3 times the 4.

**math**

read it carefully. write down what you know look for key words less than - subtract more than - add twice as much - two times half as much 1/2 Look for the same as or equal to "="

**maths**

1,1 = 1 1,2 = 2 1,3 = 3 1,4 = 4 1,5 = 5 1,6 = 6 do the same for 2 all the way to 6. To do the prob distrib. take the total number of products (should be 36) 1, 1 = 1 happens only once 1/36

**Math**

The numbers 1 - 6 on horizontal There are 2 fives There are 2 sixes There are 2 threes

**Algebra**

multiply everything by 3x (3x)(5x) + 6 -9(3x) = 7x 15x^2 + 6 -27x =7x 15x^2 -34x +6 =0 Use the quadratic to solve.

**Math**

Write an expression for 25 less than double a number n

**physics**

A plane flies from base camp to Lake A, 260 km away in the direction 20.0° north of east. After dropping off supplies it flies to Lake B, which is 150 km at 30.0° west of north from Lake A. Graphically determine the distance and direction from Lake B to the base camp. ...

**physics vectors**

While exploring a cave, a spelunker starts at the entrance and moves the following distances. She goes 75.0 m north, 250 m east, 109 m at an angle θ = 30.0° north of east, and 156 m south. Find the resultant displacement from the cave entrance. The figure below ...

**physics vectors**

A plane flies from base camp to Lake A, 260 km away in the direction 20.0° north of east. After dropping off supplies it flies to Lake B, which is 150 km at 30.0° west of north from Lake A. Graphically determine the distance and direction from Lake B to the base camp. ...

**physics vectors**

In the figure below, a spider is resting after starting to spin its web. The gravitational force on the spider is 0.158 N on the junction of the three strands of silk. The junction is supported by different tension forces in the two strands above it so that the resultant force...

**physics vectors**

If vector A = (6.00 i -8.00 j) units, vector B = (-8.00 i + 3.00 j) units, and vector C = (25.0 i + 22.0 j) units, determine a and b such that (a vector A + b vector B + vector C= 0.) a=? b=?

**math**

A plane flew due south from a point A, 60°north and 45°east to a point B.The distance covered by the plane was 8000km. Determine the position of B.

**physics vectors**

A snow-covered ski slope makes an angle of θslope = 34.0° with the horizontal. When a ski jumper plummets onto the hill, a parcel of splashed snow is thrown up to a maximum displacement of 1.10 m at θsnow = 24.0° from the vertical in the uphill direction as ...

**physics vectors**

Consider the two vectors A with arrow = 3 i − j and B with arrow = − i − 6 j. Calculate the directions of A with arrow + B with arrow and A with arrow − B with arrow. A with arrow + B with arrow ° (counterclockwise from the +x axis) A with arrow &#...

**physics**

A plane flies from base camp to Lake A, 260 km away in the direction 20.0° north of east. After dropping off supplies it flies to Lake B, which is 150 km at 30.0° west of north from Lake A. Graphically determine the distance and direction from Lake B to the base camp. ...

**physics vectors**

i don't understand the direction

**science**

While exploring a cave, a spelunker starts at the entrance and moves the following distances. She goes 75.0 m north, 250 m east, 109 m at an angle θ = 30.0° north of east, and 156 m south. Find the resultant displacement from the cave entrance. The figure below ...

**Math**

Change the next 3 numbers

**Math**

How do you compare whole numbers through the millions?

**Social Studies PLEASE HELP!**

How does the US regulate the gathering/use of wood? I am working on a school project, I am supposed to research, I looked everywhere in my textbook and online and couldn't find anything. Can anyone help me?

**Social Studies**

Freds answers are correct

**Algebra**

Not sure why I thought I wasn't able to divide 32.4k by 9.9 Anyways, thank you for the help, my answer came out to 3.98 (rounded up)

**Algebra**

Need some help with this question 65.9 - 32.4k/9.9 = 13.3k / stands for a fraction bar

**Math**

This is a long division problem Divide 24 into 576020 When you get to a number less than 24 that is the amount that will be donated.

**Math**

I think you meant all 3 pillows. 4 inches times 4 sides = 16 inches then 16 inches time 3 pillow = 48 inches

**Math**

-1/2 + 2 = 1 1/2

**physics**

calculate the escape velocity of a satellite from the earth's gravitational field,if the radius of the earth is 6.4×10^6m

**Science**

I like 1.

**Math**

.72 would be 72/100 if repeating 72/99 always create the non repeating and subtract 1 from the denom. now reduce 72/99 to 8/11

**Math**

A = K cube root 8 divided by 2/3 A = K 2 times 3/2 A =2k K stands for a constant. I don't know if your teacher wants A= 2 or 2K for the answer.

**math**

1/3(10t + u ) = t + u + 1 3t = u 1/3 (10t + 3t) =t + 3t +1 1/3 13t = 4t + 1 13t = 12t + 3 t = 3 u = 9 check: 1/3(39) = 3 + 9 + 1 yes 13 = 13

**Math**

nicely

**probability**

John hs 3 red markers and 5 blue markers. What is the probability that he picks a red marker, and then, without replacing it, selects another red marker? Please show me how to set this up (you don't have to give me the answer)...thank you

**math**

I agree

**physics**

A cm^3 is a block that is a cm x cm x cm. If you have a piece of gold that is that size. 1 cm x 1cm x 1cm then it will have a mass of 19.6 grams. Just another note a cubic cm is also equal to a milliliter.

**Chemistry**

If 0.896g of a gas occupies a 250mL flask at 20 degree celcius and 760 mmHg of pressure, what is the molar mass of the gas?

**Math**

5 units to the left because you are going from a -2 to a 3 which is a difference of 5.

**Statistics**

Question was 15 years or more.. so the answer is 41.9% or 42%

**Math**

The average age of Ali,Ben and Chandra is 10 years.Ali is 3 years older than Ben.Ben is 6 years older than Chandra.how old is Chandra

**math**

Xy

**Physics or Math**

Question: A Toyota car travelled at the rate of 70 km/hour leaves the house 2 hours after a Kia car has left and overtakes it in 5 hours. at what rate was Kia car travelling? what's the formula pls?

**Physics**

Question: A Toyota car travelled at the rate of 70 km/hour leaves the house 2 hours after a Kia car has left and overtakes it in 5 hours. at what rate was Kia car travelling? What's the formula?

**Physics**

Question: A Toyota car travelled at the rate of 70 km/hour leaves the house 2 hours after a Kia car has left and overtakes it in 5 hours. at what rate was Kia car travelling? What's the Formula pls? Thanks

**Physics**

Question: A Toyota car travelled at the rate of 70 km/hour leaves the house 2 hours after a Kia car has left and overtakes it in 5 hours. at what rate was Kia car travelling?

**College Chem.**

A scientist adds 1.00 moles of phosphoric acid to a liter of water to make a solution. How many moles of NaOH should be added to ensure that the concentration of H2PO4- is equal to three times the concentration of HPO42? Remember that H3PO4 is a triprotic acid. I don't ...

**statistics**

Break even is when R(x) =C(x) 200x - x^2 =70x +2200 0 = x^2 -130x +2200 Factor (x-110)(x-20) = 0 x = 110 or x =20 Given the values of x stated above. Your only possible answer is 20.

**mathematics**

There are 7 days in a week. 1/7 chance that today is Tuesday. If today is Tuesday then we have a probability of 1 that tomorrow is Wednesday. 1/7 times 1 = 1/7

**math**

n = 1st n+1 = 2nd n+2 = 3rd n+n+1+n+2 = 18 3n + 3 = 18 Can you find n? Once you substitute the number for n to find the three numbers listed above. Then add them up to be sure that they do add to 18.

**Algebra**

sugar 3 1/4 cups = 13/4 cups Multiply 13/4 times 3/8 (13 x 3)/(4 x 8) leave in simplest form. Most likely you should convert back to a mixed number. flour triple batch means to multiply by 3 2 3/5 cups = 13/5 multiply by 3/1 39/5 = changed back to a mixed number.

**Math**

x^-1/4 = 4^-1/2, what is the value of q?^ raise both sides to the - 4th power multiply - 1/4 times -4 = 1 multiply -1/2 times -4 = 2 x = 4^2 x = 16 Now you can find q.

**Sociology**

Conflict theory :) Now, all I have to do is explain how it is that way.

**Sociology**

Would the factory workers be under the conflict or functionalism theory?

**Sociology**

I'm doing a discussion board on Apple iPhones and how harsh the work conditions are for their employees. I'm trying to tie that all together into my sociology class.

**Math**

The shorter edges of a 36 cm x 20 cm metalsheet are joined to form the vertical surfaces of a square base prism. What is the volume of the prism? what is the area of metal sheet required to make the top and the bottom of the prism.

**statistics**

A basketball player makes 60% of the free throws that he attempts, except that if he has just tried and missed a free throw then his chances of making a second one go down to only 30%. Suppose he has just been awarded two free throws. Find the probability that he makes both. ...

**Algebra 2**

thanks scott

**Algebra 2**

Lines x + y = 12 , x + y = 12. Are they parallel or other? is it parallel?

**maths**

A(–4, 3), B(3, 7), C(0, –1) and D(–7, –5) are the vertices of a parallelogram on the Cartesian plane. Determine the coordinates of the point where the diagonals of ABCD intersect.