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Total # Posts: 159

Algebra
Given that f(x) = x^2 -3 and g(x) = 2x+1, find each of the follwing, if it exists. Problem 1 (f/g)(-root3) Problem 2 (g/f)(-1/2)
June 11, 2009

Algebra
Given that f(x) = x^2 -3 and g(x) = 2x+1, find each of the follwing, if it exists. Problem 1 (f/g)(-root3) Problem 2 (g/f)(-1/2)
June 11, 2009

Math
What method would be used in financial reporting and would not involve salvage value until the last year of an asset's useful life?
June 8, 2009

Math
What is the simple interest on a loan of $18,500 at 11% interest for 18 months?
June 2, 2009

Math
What do you get when you multiply the mixed number 4 2/7 by the mixed number 6 2/5 and reduce to its lowest terms?
June 2, 2009

Math
What do I get when I change the fraction 38/8 to a mixed number and reduce to its lowest terms?
June 2, 2009

Math
A computer store sold a total of 300 items in a month, and sold six times as many hard drives as they did CD-ROM drives, and half as many floppy drives as hard drives, how many of each item were sold?
June 1, 2009

Math
What is the value of G in the equation G/5-13=42?
June 1, 2009

Algebra
Thanks that is what I thought because you take the numbers and subtract them without the absolute value signs. Thanks!
June 1, 2009

Algebra
Calculate the value of |7.3| – |–2.1|
June 1, 2009

Math
What is the value of x in the equation x + 19 = 76?
May 28, 2009

Math
What is the sum of 2/3, 3/8, and 5/12 reduced to its lowest terms?
May 28, 2009

Math
Lianne has nineteen coins worth $1.45. Some coins are dimes & the rest are nickels. How many dimes does she have. I understand the D + N = 19 & the 10D + 5N = 145, but I don't understand how you'd subtract them from each other?
April 4, 2009

Math
Lianne has nineteen coins worth $1.45. Some of her coins are dimes & the rest are nickels. How many dimes does she have?
April 3, 2009

Math
I do not need to mutiply anything. I just need to simplify this. (2^-1∙7^-4)^-2 So the final answer is 2^2 x 7^8 ? but how did we get this?
April 2, 2009

Math
So how do we arrive @ this answer?
April 2, 2009

Math
Simplify. (2^-1∙7^-4)^-2
April 2, 2009

word
trencsaamla
April 1, 2009

Math
I saw the answer, but my choices are as follows: Thank you for your help but which one would it be? the thrid one or forth? I know the 1st two are no goes. You opinion please? Thanks! (m + 4) (a – 8) (m + 4) (a + 8) (m + 4) (2a – 2) (m + 4) (a2 – 2)
March 30, 2009

Math
Ok so the answer is (m + 4) (2a – 2) OR (m + 4) (a2 – 2)
March 30, 2009

Math
So then the answer would be (m + 4) (2a – 2) OR (m + 4) (a2 – 2)
March 30, 2009

Math
Factor (m + 4) (a – 5) + (m + 4) (a + 3) I cut it down to 2 possibilities. (m + 4) (2a – 2) (m + 4) (a2 – 2) Think it's this one
March 30, 2009

Algebra
Thanks! That is what I thought, but why is this the answer? How does the probelm work it self out to be like that?
March 30, 2009

Algebra
Those aren't any of my choices Here is what i got 2^2 . 7^8 2^5 . 7^5 1/2^5 . 7^5 1/2^2 . 7 ^8
March 30, 2009

Pre-Cal.
Determine between which consecutive integers one or more real zeros of f(x)=3x^4+x^3-2x^2+4 are located? A. no real zeros B. 0 and 1 C. -2 and -3 D. -1 and 0 I was thinking it's either A or C? I need lots of help.
March 18, 2009

Essay Writing
In the sentence: "Dr. Phil counseled the mother of a four-year-old who weighs 150 lbs." Would it be better to say, "Dr. Phil counseled the mother of a child who weighs 150 lbs." Because wouldn't the first sentence be considered wrong because it states ...
January 12, 2009

Child Development
Identify the components of the information processing theory
November 15, 2008

latin
it is latin 1, and the book is our latin heritage from 1983.
October 5, 2008

latin
is there a site that i can practice simple sentence translations, where it will give the answer if i am wrong?
October 5, 2008

Ethnic Diversity
June 26, 2010...found this website trying to do the same Axia checkpoint...I find this entertaining! Thanks!!!
September 2, 2008

Biology 20
The removal of urea is a critical function of the Kidney. Explain th origin of urea and the mechanism by which the kidneys ensure its secretion.
June 4, 2008

BIOLOGY 20
The kidneys are not the only organs which play a role in excretion. Describe the excretory function of two other body organs.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
10 subjects consumed 8 cups of coffee within 1 hour. and 10 subjects consumed 8 cups of water in the same time period. The subjects were asked to collect and measure the amount of urine they produced. a) what is the probable hypothesis or relationship being tested by this ...
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
with your knowledge of capillary structure and function explain how edema (tissue swelling) occurs with severe burns.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
explain how vaccines help in combating diseases.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
Which blood cell is able to reproduce inside the circulatory system and why?
June 4, 2008

biology 20
Identify the circulatory problem and symptoms which would result if a child was born with an incomplete AV valve between the left atrium and the left ventricle.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
Explain how low and high blood pressure can contribute to kidney failure.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
Describe the principle behind the sucess of dialysis technology.
June 4, 2008

biology 20
it is a well known fact that fingers and toes ar the first parts of the body to suffer from frostbite. Explain why the homeostatic mechanism of decreasing peripheral blood flow is critical to survival.
June 4, 2008

Biology 20
describe how the digestive, circulatory, respiratory and excretory systems interact in supplying matter and energy to body cells and in removing waste?
June 4, 2008

chem
what is the theoretical yield for the balanced equation Ti+2F2= TiF4 if the mass is 0.227 Ti, 0.296 F2?
April 29, 2008

statistics
A random sample of n=16 scores is obtained from a population with a mean of µ= 80 and a treatment is administered to the sample. After treatment, the sample mean is found to be M=82. a)Assuming the sample contained n=16 individuals, measure the size of the treatment ...
March 5, 2008

statistics
Nevermind
February 29, 2008

statistics
On a standard anagram task, people successfully complete an average µ=26 anagrams with a standard deviation=4. This distribution is normal. A researcher would like to demonstrate that the arousal from anxiety is distracting and will decrease task performance. A sample of...
February 29, 2008

American History
but what about "to ensure Allied repayment of debts to the United States"?
February 11, 2008

American History
I know that the reasons for the United States entrance into WWI are to ensure Allied repayment of debts to the United States and to prevent the Germans from threatening U.S. shipping, but how can I explain them more specifically? Please give me some ideas. THANKS A LOT!
February 11, 2008

UNIVESITY OF PHOENIX
You do know they check this stuff to see if anyone from our class is cheating! This is Cheating!
October 23, 2007

Social Studies
OK - will do. Thanks again.
October 8, 2007

Social Studies
Thanks! The school book seems to indicate on the map a lot more states than the website lists, but it is hard to tell.
October 8, 2007

Social Studies
In what present-day states do the Cheyenne live?
October 8, 2007

Math
How can I solve this equation? 5 2/15+ 7 1/15?
October 7, 2007

math
if the taxable income is 3,000..what is the federal income tax according to this chart, if income is over 0 but not over 23,350 the tax is 15percent of the amount over 0 besides the answer can you show me how you got the answer
October 4, 2007

Business Ethics
I am doing a paper on "There is a big difference between what we have the right to do and what is right" Can you help give some examples in business situations?
September 19, 2007

science
My daughter has to design and construct a rubberband powered popsicle stick speedboat which will propel itself across a pond for a distance of 2 meters and hit a 40 cm. target. She can use 12 popsicle sticks, 6 soda straws 4-6 rubberbands hot glue sand paper and a drill. Can ...
September 6, 2007

math
how to convert a fraction to a decimal
September 6, 2007

Grammer
It's hard to believe that a woman her age could accomplish so much. My answer: no change Why not this? It's hard to believe that she could accomplish so much. I believe this is a sentence in a "non-sexist, non-agist" type of assignment, so you need to get rid...
August 3, 2007

MATH
HOW DO YOU MULTIPLY FRACTIONS? what is quik and easy way to mutply fractions Multiply the numerators (top numbers) and multiply the denominators (bottom numbers). Place the multiplication of the top numbers on the top of a new fraction and the bottom numbers on the bottom of ...
March 14, 2007

United States History
I need 3 geograhical descriptions of the Following Colonies: New York , New Jersey
October 17, 2006

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