# Posts by Karen

Total # Posts: 1,073

**chemistry**

What volume (in milliliters) of 0.496 M aqueous ammonia, NH3, could be made from 17.6 mL of concentrated aqueous ammonia (15.0 M)? (atomic masses: N = 14.01, H = 1.008)

**English**

Going over my work before I have to submit. I have one doubt before I do it. The sentence is--- If you hurry you will be able to keep your appointment. I say two independent clauses with no comma, but If you hurry sounds like an order ofexpression to set outside. Am I right to...

**Trigonometry**

An airplane flew 300 miles at a bearing of N65°E from airport A to airport B. The plane then flew at a bearing of S38°E to airport C. Find the distance from A to C if the bearing from airport A to airport C is S60°E.

**English**

I know with a dependent clause in front of the sentence, then an independent clause separated by a conjunction I use a comma. If u have two independent clauses with a conjunction do I use a comma. Example The class will take a trip when school is over. It seems the more I ...

**English**

I think I am brain tired, LOL! In the following sentence. The boy's baseball glove needed more padding. I know The boy's baseball are all adjectives. Do they all modify glove?

**English**

The sky grew dark with the approaching storm clouds. grew is verb , but dark is adjective I believe. Would this still be a transitive verb?

**English Ms sue**

I guess I was saying how to identify them right, but I am going to chompchomp. Thank You So Much I am really learning a lot.

**English Ms sue**

Is there any good rules to linking verbs? I should have gone to chompchomp and checked, but was wondering. Two more weeks until my final. I am still standing 98 grade average.

**English**

hear

**English**

Suppose to underline the verb or verb phrases. Confused on this one. The deer run when they hear the footsteps of a human. The deer run to me is a clause when they hear footsteps is a phrase Am I right

**English**

Looking over past questions posted. Looks like English students are studying the same thing. Glad to say chompchomp helped me a lot,but I have one I keep pondering on. Jimmy crossed the deep stream by carefully stepping on stones without moss, but he fell twice. I want to say ...

**English**

Ms. Sue the chompchomp helped me a lot. BUT!!!! confused on this one. Pausing, the deer was sniffing the wind before stepping into the meadow. I believe "Pausing" is a participle. I don't believe it is a gerund used as a noun.

**English**

On following sentence the first clause is a dependent clause. The second clause is an independent clause which can stand by itself. Before President Roosevelt died, President Truman did not know that the United States was developing atomic weapons. I say No Noun Clause. My ...

**English**

Am I right to say the following sentences has 2 adjective clauses. The boxes in that closet belong to my nephew who has moved away. in that closet who has moved away

**English**

In the following sentence am I correct to say that "whom the newspaper endorsed" is the adjective clause. My company once employed the woman whom the newspaper endorsed for political office.

**Trigonometry**

Solve the equation for exact solutions in the interval 0 ≤ x < 2π. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) sin 2x cos x + cos 2x sin x = 0

**Trigonometry**

Round your answer to three significant digits. Use the distances shown in the following figure to determine the depth of the submarine below the surface of the water. Assume that the line segment between the surface ships is directly above the submarine. a = 719 b = 585 c = 445

**Trigonometry**

And I will find only the solution actually and I not prefer in the diagram

**Trigonometry**

Reiny, sorry I can't post the illustration

**Trigonometry**

Round answer to two significant digits. An airplane flew 300 miles at a bearing of N65°E from airport A to airport B. The plane then flew at a bearing of S38°E to airport C. Find the distance from A to C if the bearing from airport A to airport C is S60°E.

**Trigonometry**

Round answer to two significant digits. A telephone pole 40 feet high is situated on an 13° (H) slope from the horizontal. The measure of angle CAB is 21°. Find the length of the guy wire AC.

**Trigonometry**

Solve the equation for exact solutions in the interval 0 ≤ x < 2π. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) cos 2x cos x − sin 2x sin x = 0

**Trigonometry**

Solve the equation, where 0° ≤ x < 360°. Round approximate solutions to the nearest tenth of a degree. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. If there is no solution, enter NO SOLUTION.) 3 sin x − 3 cos x = 1

**English**

Confused a little is verb correct in following sentence? Not only the newspaper, but also the radio warns of the approaching crisis.

**English**

Did I do alright fixing the following sentence? It was a run-on. (these run-0n are so tricky to me) Lawsuits seem to be getting out of hand; one little girl sued the Crack jack company, because the prize was missing from her box.

**English**

Ms Sue I am really studying hard I have one more will you check for me? Lew wasn't sure he had locked the front door so after him and Marian left for their vacation at nine o'clock they came back at 9:30. Do I need any commas?

**English**

Did I rewrite this run-on sentence correct? Ellie's new glasses were much stronger than her old ones. As she walked out of the doctor's office the floor seemed to leap up at her.

**english**

Are two the following sentences correct? The word "cool" originally meant a slight low temperature. About an hour later Jesus arrived. I am having a time with commas and fragments

**program planning**

An appropriate science activity for a child six to 12 years of age is A. using a compass to find a specific site.B. experimenting with a magnet.C. growing plants from seeds.D. collecting leaves. My answer is D

**program planning**

Which of the following evaluations is most likely to be made by the director alone? A. Evaluation of the enrolled childrenB. Evaluation of the programC. Evaluation of the facilityD. Evaluation of the staff member My answer is D

**program planning**

The curricular approach which encourages children to explore, experiment, and discover is A. eclectic.B. child-centered.C. adult-centered.D. child-initiated. My answer is B

**program planning**

A well-developed curriculum that has been planned to support individual differences will also support A. a "clean your plate" rule during meal time for all children.B. a strict standard nap time policy.C. cultural diversity.D. individual parent demands. My ...

**2 STEP MATH EQUATIONS**

2*5+3*5=

**physics**

A satellite is in a circular orbit around an unknown planet. The satellite has a speed of 1.80 104 m/s, and the radius of the orbit is 5.20 106 m. A second satellite also has a circular orbit around this same planet. The orbit of this second satellite has a radius of 8.70 106 ...

**Math**

using four different digits, what is the least sum you can get when you add two 2-digit numbers? Write your problem

**math**

(b)3000

**trig**

so it is 30/tan65 degress plug it in a claculator and you should get 13.9 which equals 14.

**math**

So what is the anwser? 1:30 or 2:45

**Physics**

A glider of length 10.1 cm moves on an air track with constant acceleration. A time interval of 0.732 s elapses between the moment when its front end passes a fixed point circled A along the track and the moment when its back end passes this point. Next, a time interval of 1....

**Calculus-Math**

The ordering and transportation cost C for components used in a manufacturing process is approximated by the function below, where C is measured in thousands of dollars and x is the order size in hundreds. C(x) = 12((1/x)+((x)/(x+3))) (a) Verify that C(2) = C(15). C(2) = 54/5 ...

**chemistry**

kilojoules released when 80.0g of steam condenses at 100 ∘C and to cool the liquid and freeze it at 0 ∘C I used the formula for condensation/ evaporation( 80.0g(2260)1kJ/1000J=632.8) and then i used the formula for heat of fusion(80.0g(334/1)1kJ/1000J=26.72) then ...

**physics**

3.8

**physics**

A speedy tortoise can run at 0.12 m/s, and a hare can run 18 times as fast. In a race, they start at the same time, but the hare stops to rest for 1.5 min, so the tortoise wins by a shell (20 cm). How long does the race take? Answer in units of s

**finance**

I'm in great need of help with a finance problem. You are a small business owner and you have the opportunity to expand your facility, which will increase your production capacity over the next 5 years. The expansion will cost $60,000 and additional equipment will cost ...

**Precalculus**

The angle of depression From the top of a 75-foot lighthouse to a ship out in the ocean is 40'. How far is the ship From the lighthous?

**language**

Finding the subject and predicate in The production of clean timber takes several years.

**finance**

I need help bad. You have been running your small business, Craft’s Boat Shop, for several years now and have been very successful. You have come to the point where you expect sales to increase next year and want to be sure that you have enough assets available to ...

**P.E**

You are correct, it is false

**chemistry**

the density of alcohol is 0.79g/ml. find the mass of 15.5ml of alcohol? 15.5ml x 0.79g/ml = mass 12.245g

**math**

Width is 15 feet and length is 22 feet

**trigonometry**

to unload hollow blocks from the cargo truck a wooden plank whose end rests against the truck's platform 1.5 meters above the ground is used. if it is inclined 37%49 with the ground, how long is the wooden plank?

**English**

Past

**Calculus**

Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of the function f through the point (x0, y0) not on the graph. To find the point of tangency (x, y) on the graph of f, solve the following equation of f '(x). f '(x) = y0 − y/x0 − x f(x) = √x (x0, y0...

**math(precalculus)**

Write the equation of a Rational Function satisfying given conditions. Has vertical asymptotes located at x-2 and x=-1 Has a horizontal asymptote located at y=0(x-axis) y-intercept:(0,2) x-intercept (4,0) R(x)= ??? what I did is, R(x)= ax+b/c(x-2)(x+1) then plug in (0,2), b=-...

**Math 221**

How can I explain how I got the answer. I received the help, but no explanation to how the answer was simplified. 1=1(-7) +b b = 8 In other words, you need to explain what you did to simplify 1=1(-7) + b. This is also true for the perpendicular equation process. 2=2(4) +b ...

**Math 221**

Thank you so much! Algebra is bit confusing for me

**Math 221**

Also what is the x and y intercept for this equation and origin? 2). My second equation that I am using is: y=-1/2x+1, and the perpendicular must pass through this given point (4, 2). y=1/2+1 equation and (4, 2) is the ordered pair Slope m=-1/2 So the slope of perpendicular =-...

**Math 221**

where is the origin located in this equation? 1). The first equation that I am using for my discussion is: y=x+4 and the parallel must past through this given point (-7, 1) y=x=-4 is the equation and (-7, 1) is the ordered pair y=x+4 Since I want the new line parallel, I need ...

**Math 221**

How about this equation, does it have an origin and what is an x and y intercept? 2). My second equation that I am using is: y=-1/2x+1, and the perpendicular must pass through this given point (4, 2). y=1/2+1 equation and (4, 2) is the ordered pair Slope m=-1/2 So the slope of...

**Math 221**

where is the origin located in this equation?

**Math 221**

I need to check and see if this is correct? 1). The first equation that I am using for my discussion is: y=x+4 and the parallel must past through this given point (-7, 1) y=x=-4 is the equation and (-7, 1) is the ordered pair y=x+4 Since I want the new line parallel, I need to...

**Math 221**

I am trying to figure out if this equation is correct? My second equation that I am using is: y=-1/2x+1, and the perpendicular must pass through this given point (4, 2). y-y=m(x-y) y-2=2(x-4) perpendicular lines have to have slopes, so y-2=2x-8 y-2+2=2x-8+2 reciprocal y=2x-6 ...

**Math 221**

These are the questions that's used for my classwork and I need help with it. There is no typo. y=x+4 and the parallel must past through this given point (-7, 1) y=-1/2x+1, and the perpendicular must pass through this given point (4, 2)

**Math 221*revised***

Please help me figure these problems out y=x+4 and the parallel must past through this given point (-7, 1) y=-1/2x+1, and the perpendicular must pass through this given point (4, 2)

**Math 221**

I need help trying to figure this out: y+x+4 and the parallel must past through this given point (-7, 1)

**Math 221*revised***

17 < BMI <= 22 might have a longer life span than average 23 < BMI <= 25 probably not overweight 25 < BMI <= 30 probably overweight BMI > 30 obese **Have to use height of 62 inches and 150 pounds**

**Math 221**

Formula 17 < BMI <= 22 might have a longer life span than average 23 < BMI <= 25 probably not overweight 25 < BMI <= 30 probably overweight BMI > 30 obese **Have to use height of 5'2 and 150 pounds**

**Math 221**

What is the difference between a conditional and literal equation?

**Math 221**

What is the difference between a conditional and literal equation?

**Math 221**

What is the equation for W? P=2L+2W

**Math 221**

P=2L+2W

**Math 221**

Solve the inequality for v. 6v+6 > -30 - >Greater than or less than symbol -

**Math 221**

9>8

**Math 221**

Write the following as an inequality. 9 is greater than y , and is less than or equal to y

**Math 221**

Solve the inequality for v. 6v+6 > -30 -

**Math 221**

2 is less than y , and 7 is greater than y or equal to Use only once in your inequality.

**Math**

A garden table and a bench cost $786 combined. The garden table costs $36 more than the bench. What is the cost of the bench?

**Math**

Solve the inequality for x. 29> 5+4x -

**Astronomy**

imagine you have obtained spectra from several galaxies and have measured the Red shift of each galaxy to determine the speed away from us. Here are your results: Galaxy 1: speed away from us is 10,000 Km/sec. Galaxy 2: speed away from us in 1,500 Km/sec. Galaxy 3: speed away ...

**maths**

81

**math**

first find bx by substituting in 10 for x in the equation for the number of dogs. so... bx=2(10) - 5 = 15. we need 15 bags of dog food. now substitute in 15 for x in the m(x) equation 3(15)+1= 46. $46 to purchase 15 bags of dog food for 10 dogs. hope this helps.

**MULTIPLY. WRITE EACH PRODUCT IN SCIENTIFIC NOTATIO**

multiply the constants together (3x2) to get 6 and then since you are multiplying and the bases are the same (the 10's) you can just add their exponents to make 10^18. so you now have 6 * 10^18. done. Same thing for the next one.

**algebra**

use the distributive property.... multiply the -x by 6x and get -6x^2 minus the -x times the 7 to get -7x. then multiply everything by a -1 to get rid of the negative signs.

**probability**

got it thank you very much

**probability**

Two questions: 1. Assume a building has two independent security alarm systems. The first system works for 80% of the time and the second works 70% of the time. What percentage of time is the building protected by at least one security alarm system? Please explain. 2. There ...

**Math**

no problem! hope this helps for a better understanding

**Math**

when you are multiplying, and the bases (the 8 and 2.6) are the same, you can just add the exponents. so...8^19 and 2.6^24

**Math**

red=20/50 or .4 blue=10/50 or .2 green= 9/50 or .18 yellow=11/50.22 the results for each color over the total number of spins is the probability. to change it to a decimal divide the top number by the bottom number ex: 20 divided by 50.

**algebra**

You are using the distributive property here. the -3m is being multiplied by the m and then multiplied by the 8.

**math question**

the probability of selecting a yellow is 4/20 because there were four yellow out of 20 draws. However, to get the probability of NOT selecting a yellow, it is all the other draws that total 16 out of 20. so 16/20 which reduces to 4/5 which is .8 probability of selecting a ...

**Math**

all the terms that are x^2 need to be added together "combined". all the x's need to be combined and all the constants (just the number by itself) need to be added. This is called combining like terms. x^2 can only be added to other x^2. and x's can only be ...

**maths**

I wouldn't include 0 because you said from 1-100 not 0-100.

**algebra**

multiply only the numbers together and then having two x's is represented as x^2.

**math**

factorize :x2-2X+xy-2y

**ACCOUNTING HELP**

At the end of the current year, $19,900 of fees have been earned but not billed to clients. a. What is the adjustment to record the accrued fees? Indicate each account affected, whether the account is increased or decreased, and the amount of the increase or decrease. b. If ...

**English 4**

1. Which of the following displays a correct use of pronouns? A. Soung spent more money than me B. Jamal was as interested as her C. Claudia has always been better at math than I. 2. Read the following sentence and determine which sentence in each set of three is punctuated ...

**English 4 help**

1. Which of the following statements is the best example of a limited subject for a research project? A. animal behavior B. animal welfare C. how to improve animal welfare D. improving welfare of farm animals 2. When evaluating the credibility of a source it is most important ...

**English 4 help**

1. both George Orwell and Stevie Smith employed irony in their writing. True or False 2. Alfred, Lord Tennyson's poem "Crossing the Bar" and Dylan Thomas's poem "Do Not Go Gently into That Good Night" convey a similar view point about death. True or...

**Economics**

People are more likely to clean up waste in their homes than at a community park because.. A. people expect the community park to be dirty. B. hiring a person to clean the home is expensive. C. they own and therefore feel responsible for their home. D. there is no penalty for ...

**Chemistry**

What are the three essential parts to make a battery? Cell reducing agent acid fuse porous barrier or salt bridge voltage regulator oxidizing agent