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July 31, 2014

July 31, 2014

Total # Posts: 336

**maths**

prove what? that the whole thing equals 0 or something??

**chemistry**

2.4 x 10^-5 mol^2L^-2 at 25C

**govenment**

Henry's hostility to the government under the Constitution was so strong that he subsequently refused to join it, turning down offers to serve as United States Secretary of State and as a justice of the United States Supreme Court. -Wikipedia So, probably "c", Henry

**algebra**

What is the question, anna? Do we need to factor it?

**Trigonometry question?**

Thanks a lot, sorry I am not too good at trigonometry

**Trigonometry question?**

Let ABCD be a square, and let M and N be the midpoints of BC and CD respectively. Find sin<MAN.

**Centroids and Triangles - determining perimeter?**

Let G denote the centroid of triangle ABC. If triangle ABG is equilateral with side length 2, then determine the perimeter of triangle ABC. I drew the diagram, but it doesn't really help....

**math**

complete square: (x+2)^2+(y-1)^2 = 20 Then minus 2^2+1^2 = 5, so add 5 to the 20 we get (x+2)^2+(y-1)^2 = 25 sqrt 25 = 5 so, 5 is the radius the center is at (x+2)^2 = 0 (y-1)^2 = 0 so x = -2 y = 1 so the center is at (-2,1)

**Bisectors in a Triangle**

Let ABC have side lengths AB=13, AC=14, and BC=15. There are two circles located inside <BAC which are tangent to rays AB, AC , and segment BC. Compute the distance between the centers of these two circles.

**Circles / Square**

Alicia has a flat platter shaped like a square with a semicircle of diameter 10 inches on each edge. What is the number of inches in the side length of the smallest square that can contain the platter (which contains the square with the semicircles on each side of it)?

**maths**

gcf of 75 and 45 = 15

**Please help with circle tangents geometry**

Two circles of different sizes are tangent at T. A is on the smaller circle, whereas B is on the larger one. Also, segment CD is tangent to the smaller circle, and crosses the goes through the larger circle and hits the other side at D. TD is a diameter, and AB || CD. If the r...

**Earth and Space Science**

A galaxy is millions of light years away o.O

**Math**

-216.70 323.83 ________+ 107.13

**Earth and Space Science**

f, c, d, e, b, a

**math**

|900-700| unless it is |700-900| in which case it is still 200

**algegra**

2x^3 = 8x^3 2^3x = 8x 8x^3+8x or if you prefer, 8x(x^2+1)

**math**

We get 11 sqrt 3 - 3 so b)

**math**

x^2 - 9 Difference of squares (x+y)(x-y) = x^2-y^2 x^2 = x^2 y^2 = 3^2 So, we get (x+3)(x-3) as the answer.

**Math**

list out numbers for the y column, -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 For each row take the negative, so we get -3 3 -2 2 -1 1 0 0 1 -1 2 -2 3 -3

**English**

Adverb - A word that modifies a phrase, expressing a relation of place, time, circumstance, manner, cause, degree, etc Positive adverb - an adverb in its original state; not comparative or superlative. Unlike Comparative adverbs, Positive degree adverbs express the quality wit...

**Geometry**

Good luck (and don't double post ;) )

**Geometry**

(180(n-2))/n is the formula for calculating the interior angle of a polygon, where n is the number of sides. so, 180 * 37 /39 = 170.769230769 about. the exterior angle is 180 - 170.769230769 = 9.23076923 about. Multiply that by the number of angles, 39, to get 9.23076923 * 39 ...

**Geometry**

The exterior angles of a polygon always add up to 360 degrees. Source - MathOpenRef

**math**

2 1/4 + 1 1/2= 2 1/4 + 1 2/4= 2+1 + (1/4+2/4) 3+3/4= 3 3/4 expressed as a improper fraction= 3*4 + 3 / 4 = 15/4 So the answer is 15/4, 3 3/4

**Algebra**

lw=40 3w-2 = l 3w-2(w) = 40 you could honestly guess and get l = 10, w = 4 but expanding the previous equation we get 3w^2-2w= 40 3w^2-2w-40=0 We factor to get (x-4)(3x+10) so, the width can be 4m, -10/3 m but since it cant be negative, it must be positive. plugging into the e...

**math**

type in graphing calculator in google . com and click on the url that resembles m y . hrw . c o m / m a t h 0 6 _ 0 7 / n s m e d i a / t o o l s / G raph _ Calculator / graph Calc . html

**Opinion**

The whole sentence is not an opinion, but he hopes to reschedule.... should be one.

**Circle Geometry - chords in a circle**

thanks

**Circle Geometry - chords in a circle**

Let PQ, RS , and TU be parallel chords of a circle. The distance between chords PQ and RS is 4, and the distance between chords RS and TU is also 4. If PQ = 78 TU=50 , then find RS. how to do this? Draw some lines?

**Algebra**

if you want to solve for it multiply btoh sides by 3 to get 2A = 24+12A 10 A = -24 A = -12/5

**Math**

Here is a good website for graphing functions and linear equations: my.hrw. com/math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html

**CHEMISTRY**

Hey man, not funny, don't curse him dude

**algebra and geometry**

you mean (6 sqrt 2 )/3? if so its already simplified to lowest terms if you meant 6 sqrt(2/3) then it is = sqrt(36*2/3) = sqrt 24 this is equivalent to 2 sqrt(6)

**algebra and geometry**

1) 152 / 152+48 = 152 / 200 = 19/25, or 76% 2) 4 for the first, multiplied by a-e = 5, so 20 3) 24*3*15 = 1080

**geometry**

area of cone = 1/3 r^2 (radius) * pi* height so, we get diameter = 2 radius, so radius = 4. so, 4^2 * pi = 16pi. Multiply this by 1/3 then by 9 to get 48 pi as the area of cone a. Cone b has a diamter of 12. so, the radius is 6, and r^2 = 36. then we get 36pi for the base and ...

**Math**

the best way to minimize perimeter but have most area is use a square. so, since square have same length on each side, we get 30/4 = 7.5 on each side. square that get your answer. 7.5 ^2 in your calculator is equal to 56.25

**urgent urgent algebra**

I am assuming you mean log _10 x = 4 in the equation. For this, log _x y = z, x^z = y So, x = 10^4 = 10,000 (a) (b) log _x 5 = 2, x^2 = 5, x = sqrt 5 (c) i guess you meant log 10_ 8 = x so 10^x = 8 plug this into calculator, "log 8" to get 0.903089987 etc... good luck

**math**

5 sides of the top cube is exposed. so we get 1*1 * 5 = 5 in ^2 the second cube has 4 sides exposed also, so 2^2 * 4 = 16 in ^2, but also it has one side with the cube on top, so we have 4-1 = 3 on that side, so the overall is 19 in ^2 Then we have for the third cube 5 sides e...

**algebra URGENT HELP**

Please do not repost several times

**urgent urgent algebra / precalculas**

ignoring e for this, because it seems like well maybe there was a typo? (a) 0.03% k = 1.4 3/100000 * k = 1.4 k = 46666 2/3 if you meant 3%, then we get 46 2/3 as k (b)R = 100 = kx 100 = kx 100 = 46 2/3 x => x = 2.142857143.... (or 100= 46666 2/3 x = 0.002142857....) (c) I g...

**GEOMETRY**

x+y+z = 198 xy = 2772 x^2+y^2 = z^2 Solve the equation for z

**Geometry - Circles and tangents**

Thanks a lot!!!

**Geometry - Circles and tangents**

Two circles of radius 1 are externally tangent at Q . Let PQ and QR be diameters of the two circles. From P a tangent is drawn to the circle with diameter QR , and from R a parallel tangent is drawn to the circle with diameter PQ . Find the distance between these two tangent l...

**Algebra**

Oh, right. You didn't give us a graph, but if you go to the website, or type in graphing calculator in google and click on the one which shows the url listed above, just type in the equation, and you should get the graph. Good luck! (By the way, the graph looks like a squa...

**Algebra**

for graphing I mean. By the way, did you mean y = sqrt (2x+6) or y = sqrt (2x) + 6?

**Algebra**

my.hrw . com /math06_07/nsmedia/tools/Graph_Calculator/graphCalc.html is a good website

**math**

convert to common denominator least commmon multiple of 5 and 25 is 25 so we want the fraction 3/5 to convert into the form x/25 so, 3/5 = x/25 we can cross multiply to get 5x = 25*3 x = 5*3 x= 15 So the fraction would be 15/25 Optional: adding 15/25 to 21/25 = 36/25 or 1 11/25

**Art**

1. quote from wikipedia, "...artists gathered at Barbizon ... making nature the subject of their paintings." So, false 2, another quote from wikipedia, "The brotherhood's early doctrines were expressed in four declarations: to have genuine ideas to express t...

**Algebra: Please help**

*Sorry for any inconveniences caused to you.

**Algebra: Please help**

woops Steve is right, I did not see the sqrt before the equation. So we get 16 = b^4/25 Simplifying we get 25*16 = 400 b^4 = 400 b^2 = 20 so, b^2 = sqrt 2^2 * 5 so, b = +/- 2 sqrt 5 answer is D Sorry for inconvenience

**Algebra: Please help**

we cross multiply or multiply both sides by 25 to get b^4 = 100 sqrt of both sides gives us sqrt b^4 = sqrt 100 = sqrt b^2 * b^2 = 10 b^2 = 10 b = +/- sqrt 10 which is roughly equal to +/- 3.1623...

**maths**

(I am assuming you meant express as a mixed number :D)

**maths**

what is the greatest multiple of 3 under 22? it is 21 (7*3) 22-21 = 1 So it is 7 1/3

**Geometry - semicircle inside isosceles triangle**

Thanks a lot!

**Geometry - semicircle inside isosceles triangle**

Isosceles triangle ABC has sides of length AB=AC=25 and BC=40 . Find the area of a semicircle inscribed in triangle ABC with diameter along BC . Please help I do not know how to start....

**algebre**

(1-0.038)^14 * 51200 = roughly 29766.03373..... So, since we cannot have 0.3373 customers, and because the question wants us to round, we get 29766 customers

**Algebra Multiple Choice**

1. From substitution we get 4-2x= -5x-2 So, 3x = -6, x=-2, so y = 8: (-2,8) 2. Should be D

**Algebra-Multiple choice**

1. Should be C (IF not, then B) 2. D, if you multiply 1st equation by 2, try subtracting the third equation, and you get 0 = 5 or 0 = -1 3. 2y = 4x 8x-4y=5 -4y = 5-8x 4y = 8x-5 2y = 4x - 5/2 When minus the first equation from this, we get 0 = -5/2 So, A.

**MATH**

1/4 * 2000 = 500

**math**

100+150 = 250 in all Each bubble = 50 cents 250 * 0.5 = 125 dollars. So it is equal to 125.00 Move the decimal point to the right one place

**analytic geometry/graphing problem**

thanks a lot

**analytic geometry/graphing problem**

The vertices of a triangle are the points of intersection of the line y=-x-1, x=2 and y = 1/5x + 13/5. Find an equation of the circle passing through all three vertices. I don't understand how to solve this: should I set them all equal to find the vertices? But afterwards,...

**Trigonometry - finding cos 36 given cos 72?**

thx

**Trigonometry - finding cos 36 given cos 72?**

Please help, I know cos 72 degrees = (sqrt 5 - 1)/4. I need to know what cos 36 degrees is. How to do so?

**slope and graphing**

The lines y=5/12x and y=4/3 are drawn in the coordinate plane. Find the slope of the line that bisects these lines. How? Do we find the average? Do we build isosceles triangles?

**Graphing Circles - Finding the radius **

A circle is tangent to the y-axis at the point (0,2) and passes through the point (8,0). Find the radius of the circle. I tried using distance formula but it doesnt work? Help please thanks.

**Please help analytic geometry**

THANKS A LOT!

**Please help analytic geometry **

A line with slope 6 bisects the area of a unit square with vertices (1,0), (0,0) , (1,1), and (0,1). What is the y-intercept of this line? I tried putting one point where the line intersects the square as (y,1), and the other as (x,0), and the y intercept as (0,a). Then, I tri...

**Hamilton**

3 1/3 = 10/3 10/3 /4 = 10/3 * 1/4 5/3 * 1/2 = 5/6 she studied 5/6 hours each day 5/6 * 60 minutes = 50 minutes per day

**math**

192 /2 = 96 for a year 96 is equal to 1.6 / 100 = 16/1000 = 2/125x 125/2 * 96 = x 6000=x so he should depoist 6000 dollars

**Lang. Arts**

Yes it is D. Type up direct quotation v indirect quotation

**Life orientation**

huh?

**Life orientation**

dont double post please

**Please help with graphing in geometry**

Find the largest real number x for which there exists a real number y such that x^2+y^2 = 2x+2y . I think it is a circle, but how am i supposed to figure this out??

**math**

same thing as below. 10/8 = x/20 5/4 = x/20 4x = 100 x=25 Plugging in, 25/ 20 = 10 /8 = 5/4 = 5/4

**Math**

What are we given sire?

**math Ms. Sue please ASAP**

volume of cone = 1/3 r^2 h 25 * 12 * 1/3 = 100 ft^3 the answer is 100ft^3 for 6

**QSO 51O**

So, what is the question sir?

**Math**

1/4 + 1 = 5/4 so 48.75 =5/4 x So, 4/5 * 48.75 = x x = $39

**Math**

For the parallelogram, the area is base times height so, h * 15 = 300 the height is 20 For number 2 use the distance formula. 2,3 to 2,6 is 3 units. 2,6 to 7,6 is 5 units 7,6 to 7,3 is 3 2,3 to 7,3 is 5 So it is a rectangle 5 x 3

**algebra**

4.7 -1.7 = 267 3x = 267 x = 89

**Analytic geometry - finding point by intersect lin**

thanks a bunch

**Analytic geometry - finding point by intersect lin**

I have a triangle ABC. The slope of AB is -1/ab, the slope of AC is -1/ac, and the slope of BC is -1/ac. My question is, I have 3 lines: Altitude from A to BC, altitude from B to AC, and altitude from C to AB. I know their slope because it is just -1/slope. But I want to know ...

**Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines**

Thanks a lot, after following your suggestions I got (1,9).

**Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines**

THANKS A LOT EVERYONE but if the point Q is on 3,1 (I suppose that is what you meant) then i dont think its right since if it is reflected over the line 1/2x+2 then it would be on the other side, right?

**Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines**

Let P = (5,1), and let Q be the reflection of P over the line y = 1/2x + 2. Find the coordinates of Q. I don't understand how to start? Should we draw perpendicular lines? Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines - Steve, Monday, March 4, 2013 at 12:15pm Given (x,y...

**college algebra**

Which quadratic equation? y=-x^2+2x+8?

**Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines**

thanks a lot

**Analytic Geometry - Reflecting points over lines**

Let P = (5,1), and let Q be the reflection of P over the line y = 1/2x + 2. Find the coordinates of Q. I don't understand how to start? Should we draw perpendicular lines?

**math**

before 300 x 150 now: (3x+300)(3x+150) We expand this by multiplying the first two terms (3x and 3x) Then add that to the first term of the first parentheses (now henceforth p) and the last term of the second p. Then add that to the last term of the first p and the first term ...

**Pre-Algebra**

Posted by cassie on Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 11:26am. What association would you expect if graphing height and weight? A.positive B.nonlinear C.negative D.none of these I think it is A...? Algebra - Steve, Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 1:09pm I think you are right. as...

**math**

surface area = 2pi (r^2 + rh)(it is the formula) So, we just plug it in. ignoring the 2 pi, we see that r^2 = (3x-2)^2 = 9x^2-12x+4 r*h = (3x-2)(x+3) Then we get for rh = 3x^2-2x+9x-6 = 3x^2 +7x-6. We add these together to get 12x^2 -5x-2 multiply by 2pi we get 2pi(12x^2-5x-2)...

**Geometry - Dilation of a square**

The preimage of square ABCD has its center at (8,-8) and has an area of 4 square units. The top side of the square is horizontal. The square is then dilated with the dilation center at (0,0) and a scale factor of 2. What are the coordinates of the vertex of the image of square...

**math**

1,2/3,4/9,8/27,16/81,32/243 If you meant 4 as in blank

**math**

Wait...isnt 1992 not divisible by 5...? It has a remainder of 2 so it would be 2 right?

**math**

goes in pattern 12345 find the remainder when divided by 5. It is 2. Thus it is 2. (coincidentally)

**math**

2 times as long....

**math**

It will be the last day.... Remember Ms. Sue, Friday, March 1, 2013 at 9:22pm "Remember the lilies double every day" So the previous day would be half the amount.

**math**

already answered by bobpursley

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