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Math
How to convert 19/20 into percent
October 19, 2011

Math
Henry took a math test and answered 22 out of 25 correctly. What is his score as a fraction, as a decimal and as a percent. Can anyone explain please
October 18, 2011

Accounting
Original budget for 2009 included $600,000 fixed overhead and $400,000 variable overhead. Labor hours were estimated at 200,000 labor hours. The predetermined overhead rate was $5 per hour. Actual overhead turned out to be $1,100,000. Actual labor hours were 220,000 which ...
October 18, 2011

Accounting
Original budget for 2009 included $600,000 fixed overhead and $400,000 variable overhead. Labor hours were estimated at 200,000 labor hours. The predetermined overhead rate was $5 per hour. Actual overhead turned out to be $1,100,000. Actual labor hours were 220,000 which ...
October 18, 2011

chemistry
Explain very clearly why a mole of hydrogen chloride depresses the freezing point of 1.0kg of water by almost twice as much as a mole of ethanol.
October 13, 2011

chemistry
Briefly discuss the effect of dissolving a solute such as KOH in a solvent such as water.
October 13, 2011

Physics
What equation is the rotational equilvalent of newton's law ? give the meaning of each symbol and state which rotational quantites are analogous to which linear quantities.
October 13, 2011

Math
How to convert 215% into a fraction. Can anyone help
October 11, 2011

Algebra
During a hurricane evacuation from the east coast of Georgia, a family traveled 260 miles west. For part of the trip, they averaged 70 mph, but as the congestion got bad, they had to slow to 20 mph. If the total time of travel was 9 hours, how many miles did they travel at the...
October 9, 2011

PHI103 Informal Logic
construct three different arguments that display distinct fallacies. Give an explanation of why each makes a mistake in drawing the conclusion it does. Review your classmates’ examples and see if they, in fact, commit the fallacy identified.
October 5, 2011

Informal Logic
Construct a deductive argument that is valid but not sound. Then, construct a valid deductive argument that is sound. Be sure to put the argument in premise-conclusion form.
September 30, 2011

physics
But you don't know at how many seconds the first object is projected upwards! Wouldn't you sub in those motion formulas for this type of question?
September 28, 2011

Calculus
lim x---> -3 (x-5)/(x+3)
September 28, 2011

Physics
A concave mirror has a focal length of 37 cm. Determine the object position for which the resulting image is upright and four times the size of the object. Answer in units of cm
September 25, 2011

Physics
A spectrometer uses a grating with 11600 lines/cm. Find the angle at which red light, 632.3 nm, has the first-order bright band. Answer in units of degrees.
September 25, 2011

Mat126: Survery of Mathematics
In a recent article, the author states that 71% of adults do not use sunscreen. Although 71% is a large percentage, explain why it could be misleading. As you answer the questions above, identify what types of misrepresentation or misuse have been demonstrated by referring to ...
September 19, 2011

Survey of Mathematics
In a recent article, the author states that 71% of adults do not use sunscreen. Although 71% is a large percentage, explain why it could be misleading. As you answer the questions above, identify what types of misrepresentation or misuse have been demonstrated by referring to ...
September 18, 2011

calculus
But you can't find the square root of negative 4. I need to use another alternative besides substituting
September 12, 2011

calculus
How do you determine the limit without substitution. ie. lim x--> -2 sqr(x-2)
September 12, 2011

French
It depends what you mean. If you mean using 1st person, 2nd person, etc it is J'ai(I have), Tu as(You have), Il/Elle/On a(He, She,Someone has),Nous avons(We have), Vous avez(They have pl.), Ils/Elles ont. If you mean tenses there are Present, Past, Imperfect, Present ...
September 12, 2011

Algebra
subtract 3/4 of a cent from $.4900
September 11, 2011

physics
One end of a string 5.34 m long is moved up and down with simple harmonic motion at a frequency of 15 Hz . The waves reach the other end of the string in 0.5 s . Find the wavelength of the waves on the string. Answer in units of cm
September 7, 2011

physics
An open vertical tube is filled with water and a tuning fork vibrates over the top near the open end. As the water level is lowered in the tube, the first resonance is heard when the water level is at 31 cm from the top of the tube. What is the frequency of the tuning fork? ...
September 6, 2011

math
but the book says 74. why ois that?
September 6, 2011

math
you are desighning a poster that would be 3yd wide and 8 feet high. how much paper do you need in square feet. please explain
September 6, 2011

Math
a phone company wants to create some new area codes. Each new area code will have 3 numbers. Using the digits 1, 5, and 7 only once in each code, how many new codes can the phone company create?
August 31, 2011

Math
In addition, how would one calculate the the amount I would be willing to pay to rent an additional oven?
August 29, 2011

Math
Also, would the number of trays and mixers needed be just one mixer since it is used to make 3 dozen cookies and afterward it is idle; 3 trays for the 3 dozen cookies the one mixer able to provide the dough for?
August 29, 2011

Math
You and your roommate have timed the necessary physical operations. The first physical production step is to wash out the mixing bowl from the previous batch, add all of the ingredients, and mix them in your food processor. The mixing bowls hold ingredients for up to ...
August 29, 2011

math
a ladder is 12 feet laid on the side of the barn. its base from the ground of the barn is 3 feet. how tall is the ladder? rounded to the nearest tenths? like 9.2 or 10.8 or 11.4 something of that naturee please?
August 23, 2011

math
what is the algebraic expression for the product of 2 times a and 5 times b?
August 22, 2011

Math
A person deposited $500 in a savings account that pays 5% annual interest that is compounded yearly. At the end of the 10 years, how much money will be in the savings account?
August 19, 2011

Math
Olivia run the 200 meter dash in 24 different track meets. what is the total number of meters that olivia has run during track meets?
August 19, 2011

math
List the ages of two people in your life, one older than you and one younger than you. It would be best if the younger person was 15 years of age or younger. Find the prime factorizations of your age and the other two persons’ ages. Show your work listed by name and age. ...
August 16, 2011

algebra
variable to represent one quantity and second a theater sold 220 more adult tickets than childrens tickets
July 30, 2011

Med terms
Afonia-Aphonia (?) Aphonia is the loss of voice and would make sense in this report. I'm not sure why people keep suggesting pneumonia.
July 12, 2011

Spanish
10. They used to leave home early. (salir) a)salían b)salió c)saliban d)salieron I got A. Is that correct?
June 22, 2011

statistics
The revenue Commissioners Ireland conducted a contest for promotion. The ages of the unsuccessful applicants are given below. Some of the applicants who were unsuccessful in getting a promotion charged that the competition involved discrimination based on age. treat the data ...
June 19, 2011

SCI207 Depencdence of Man
Air pollution often originates in one state or country but causes health and crop damage in other areas. For example, mercury from Midwestern power plants is harming plants, water, and health in eastern states. How should states, or countries, negotiate the costs of ...
June 14, 2011

Geology science
which type of volcanic material is usually present at violent eruptions?
June 4, 2011

Statistics
The following linear equation, y = b0 + b1x, is a regression line with y-intercept b0 and slope b1. Define These Terms 1) correlation coefficient 2) Linear regression equation
May 19, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
Just can't let it go - ha, ha, just re-checked Google to put the word deep vein thrombosis in my word list and I was Wrong - deep vein thrombosis and deep vein thrombosis are the same thing! Answer would only be thrombosis and venous is an adjective like you suggested. You...
May 14, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
Thank You Writeacher and others at Jiskha - you are Awesome - I got 96% on my Exam - should really have been 98-100% but that is computers and not being able to take it up with a Teacher. Wrong ones: Identify the simple subject and simple predicate. Question: The elderly ...
May 14, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
Identify the simple subject and simple predicate in each sentence. There are children waiting in the lobby. Simple subject: = children simple predicate = are waiting (asked yesterday and you said - * was waiting *) wondering if you meant are waiting because *are* is used in ...
May 14, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
Carelessness gets you every time! If you look I put in the correct letter- g. but wrote the wrong thing. on = preposition. Thank you again Writeacher - it has been a long week - started this module May 2 - and with Jiskha May 8th. I am going to submit the test tomorrow am - ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
My last set of Questions: Match the part of speech for each word. a. noun b. pronoun c. antecedent ???? d. adjective e. adverb f. verb g. preposition h. conjunction 1. I read Moby Dick and Wuthering Heights last semester. a. read = f. verb b. last = d. adjective c. and = h. ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-Writeacher
Match the part of speech: a. noun b. pronoun c. antecedent (the noun (or nouns to which a pronoun refers) d. adjective e. adverb f. verb g.preposition h. conjunction 1. This stack of books is hers. a. This = d. adjective b. of = g. preposition c. books = a. noun 2. The doctor ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Yes, Yes, Yes - 'she' what did she do - went home Answer: went home (both words right?
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Last ones! Identify the simple subject and simple predicate in each. 1. After being examined and discharged, she went home. Answers: simple subject: she simple predicate: being examined (ask who was being examined to find the subject) 2. The consultation was billed to his HMO...
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Ust posted this question - caught it before I submit exam - should I use the answer for simple predicate: are waiting because in the sentence *are* is used instead of *was*? Thanks
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Identify the simple subject and simple predicate in each sentence. 1. The neurologice exam tested her Babinski reflex. Answer: simple subject: exam simple predicate: tested 2. There are children waiting in the lobby. Answer: simple subject: children simple predicate: waiting
May 13, 2011

grammar
I Googles thrombosis - found that besides venous thrombosis there is also deep vein thrombosis- Answer: keep the word venous simple subject: venous thrombosis
May 13, 2011

grammar
In my lessons it explains - find the simple predicate first. 'was treated' yes ask yourself the question Who or What was treated- ANSWER: venous thrombosis I believe you can leave out the word deep - ? that would be an adjective describing the above?
May 13, 2011

grammar
Identify the simple subject and simple predicate in each. The elderly patient's deep venous thrombosis was treated with Coumadin. Answer: 1. simple subject- patient's 2. simple predicate was treated ? is the answers more than one word?
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Choose the best answer: 1. (You're, Your) sister-in-law's car is parked in (its, it's)space. Answer: Your sister-in-law's car is parked in its space. 2. Four patients (was, were) sutured with 3-0 silk, and (its, it's) their responsibility to return for (...
May 13, 2011

Grammar
Choose the best answer. 1. (Your, You're) never going to let him borrow your tools again. Answer: You're ( You are never going to ... 2. (They're, Their) children (are, is) a shining example of (they're, their) belief system. Answer: Their children are a ...
May 13, 2011

grammar-punctuation
Correct the Punctuation by inserting periods, commas, and apostrophes. 1.Mr and Mrs Lopezs plane tickets incidentally were found in the lobby. Answer: Mr. and Mrs. Lopezs' plane tickets, incidentally were found in the lobby. 2. Look youve been unusually late all week and I...
May 13, 2011

grammar-punctuation
Correct the punctuation by inserting periods, commas, and apostrophes where and if appropriate. 1. We tested his hearing with whistles bells and horns. Answer: We tested his hearing with whistles, bells, and horns. 2. The serial 7's revealed in my opinion evidence of ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-Punctuation
How did I miss that - CARELESSNESS Answer: and a bandage to the patient's wound. Thanks - what would I do without you - by running my questions by you (and Ms.Sue) I am getting over 85% - which is awesome - the days of wanting 100% are over.
May 13, 2011

Grammar-Punctuation
Correct the punctuation by inserting periods, commas, & apostrophes where and if appropriate. 1. Dr Antons nurse applied hydrogen peroxide Neosporin and a bandage to the patients wound Answer: Dr. Anton's nurse applied hydrogen peroxide, Neosporin, and a bandage to the ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-again
Determine if the following sentences are: a. run-on b. fragment c. correct as is. 1. An appendectomy yesterday. Answer: b. fragment 2. When she felt better, the patient ate. Answer: c. correct as is 3. Her pain was evident on palpation the medication did not help even though ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
1. restoration = subject should it be The restoration appears to be excellent, I would write the sentence as follows: The restoration as well as the position of the hooks appears to be excellent. Which probably broke more rules! I am sure I am missing punctuation!
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
Match the Correct agreement error to the sentence. a. Verb tense agreement error b. Subject/verb agreement error c. Pronoun agreement error d. Modifier placement error e. Parallel structure error 1. The restoration appear to be excellent, as do the position of the hooks. ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
Answer #1 d. a modifier placement error The question must be asked WHO -
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
Match the correct type to agreement error to the sentence. a. Verb tense agreement error b. Subject/verb agreement error c. Pronoun agreement error d. Modifier placement error e. Parallel structure error 1. A small laceration was on the patient's ear that he received ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
1. answer is b - it is a subject/verb agreement error because the subject and the verb do not agree? The sentence just doesn't make any sense.
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
Match the correct type of agreement error to the sentence. a. Verb tense agreement error b. Subject/verb agreement error c. Pronoun agreement error d. Modifier placement error e. Parallel structure error 1. Although they seemed inflamed, the site of the previous craniectomy ...
May 13, 2011

Grammar-agreement errors
Match the correct type of agreement error to the sentence. a. Verb tense agreement error b. Subject/verb agreement error c. Pronoun agreement error d. Modifier placement error e. Parallel structure error 1. He complains of abdominal, neck, and chest pain as well as the need ...
May 13, 2011

GRAMMAR
Good Morning- Each of the following sentences has an agreement error in it. Match the correct type of agreement error to the sentence. a. Verb tense agreement error b. Subject/verb agreement error c. Pronoun agreement error d. Modifier placement error e. Parallel structure ...
May 13, 2011

grammar
Thank You so much Writeacher, Ms Sue and all the others - I really appreciate being able to bounce my answers off you - and I am pretty happy that I am getting over 85% on my own - and understanding it. This just proves that you can be out of school for awhile (won't say ...
May 12, 2011

grammar
Answer: I think for #3. it just sounds better to use the word me. I am finding that I am using flow of the sentence and common sense more than the rules - unless the 12+ years and College I have and "Life" gives me the correct answer 85% of the time.
May 12, 2011

grammar
Choose the best answer: 1. The L-1, along with the L-3 and L-4, ( show, shows, showing ) some sign of degeneration. Answer: show 2. She did not know (whom, who, whomever) to see about the recurrent congestion. Answer: who 3. The patient's physician contacted the ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Choose the best answer. 1. Histologic sections of the appendix (show, shows, showing) acute and chronic periappendicitis charaterized by a mixed acute and chronic inflammatory infiltrate on the serosal surface associated with hemorrhage, vascular congestion, and edema. Answer...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Choose the best answer: 1.The number of spurs ( 'is', 'are', 'am') not identifiable. Answer: are 2. One of the injection sites on the biceps ( seem, seems, seeming) inflamed. ANSWER: seems 3. Digital examination of the lungs ( reveals, reveal, revealing...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. a. Improving balance and coordination of the lower extremities, I gave him some exercises. b. These treatments consisted of balance and coordination exercises to improve balance and coordination of the lower ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. a. Presently he reports he is pain free and they deny any tingling or numbness in the right lower extremity. b. Presently he reports he is pain free and denies any tingling or numbness in her right lower extremity. c. ...
May 12, 2011

grammar
I am taking a Medical Transcription Course - and this is the grammar portion.
May 12, 2011

grammar
Answer: 'b' this answer is consistent with with the use of the word 'has' 'a' has had past tense - the addition of and there is no pain I can't even guess at this one - just by the flow of how it sounds - so I am missing out on the RULE! Please ...
May 12, 2011

grammar
Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. a. Patient has had no loss of consciousness, has no headache, and there is no pain in neck. b. Patient has had no loss of consciousness, has no headache, and has no pain in neck. c. Patient has had no loss of ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. a. The thumb was initially casted for 3 days and then has been splinted for 3 weeks. b. The thumb was initially casted for 3 days and then splinted for 3 weeks. c. The thumb was initially casted for 3 days and then had...
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Select the sentence that does NOT have an agreement error. 1.a. After the walk he developed some sharp chest pains and was helped with a nitroglycerin tablet. b. After the walk he developed some sharp chest pains and apparently were with a nitroglycerin tablet. c. After the ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? we will send her to hematology so a full blood screen can be done, and then we will follow up with her next thursday. Answer: We will send her to Hematology so a full blood screen can be done, and then we will follow up with her next Thursday. Note...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? she had a test sometime in november at a walk-in clinic and it was negative. Answer: She had a test sometime in November at a walk-in clinic and it was negative.
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? she was in the south helping rebuild grace community center when a man cut his hand with a saw and she helped him stem the bleeding. Answer: She was in the South helping rebuild Grace Community Center when a man cut his hand with a saw and she ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? she fears she may have come in contact with hiv last fall when she was on a mission with her friend, reverend miller. Answer: She fears she may have come in contact with HIV last fall when she was on a mission with her friend, Reverend Miller.
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
Thanks again human immunodeficiency virus does not need to be capitalized - at least in medical transcription. Thanks - be back in a few hours
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? this patient is a black female of canadian descent who would like to be tested for human immunodeficiency virus. Answer: This patient is a black female of Canadian descent who would like to be tested for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. Thanks
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? she was able to take him home but should make an appointment with bethel pediatric group as soon as possible. Answer: She was able to take him home but should make an appointment with Bethel Pediatric Group as soon as possible.
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? we sent him immediately to radiology and will speak with mrs. farrel when she arrives. Answer: We sent him immediately to Radiology and will speak with Mrs. Farrel when she arrives. Note: there is a rule related to departments that is very unique to...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized? the child's mother was immediately contacted at general licensing, inc,. where she is employed. Answer: The child's mother was immediately contacted at General Licensing, Inc., where she is employed. thanks
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
Thank you for all the help, I got 90% on my exam - The answer for this one included emergency room being capitalized.
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized. the child was picked up by jefferson ambulance company and taken to general hospital emergency room. dr. hank was the first to see him. Answer: The child was picked up by Jefferson Ambulance Company and taken to General Hospital emergency room. Dr. ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
I just read the sentence to my husband and he picked up on Ford - he said, "You never read that one to me." Answer: Ford needs to be capitalized.
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
What should be capitalized. the child rode his bicycle to delaware street where an old model ford ran a stop sign and hit him. the accident occurred on may 8, last friday. Answer: The child rode his bicycle to Delaware Street where an old model ford ran a stopp sign and hit ...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
Determine if the following words are capitalized correctly. If the capitalization and presentation is correct, leave the word as it is. If incorrect retype the word correctly. 1. cherokee 2. pepsi-cola 3. American dental association 4. ADA 5. wednesday 6. winter 7. halloween 8...
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
True or False 1. The sord South is always capitalized. Answer: False 2. The word doctor is capitalized if you are addressing the doctor as such, as in "Hello Doctor." Answer: True
May 12, 2011

Grammar-Capitalization
True or False 1. A direct quote never begins with a capital letter. Answer: False 2. You should capitalize proper names only if they are part of a quotation. Answer: False 3. Familiar titles, such as uncle, are capitalized when used with a proper name. Answer: True Thanks
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Yes I went with that before confirmation and it is the correct answer - Thank you so much I got 80% on the exam - a couple of questions were CARELESSNESS! The others will have to study.
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Clarification: spellling yes heart. Question: The work up revealed the surface was of no real concern at this time. Answer: work up needs to be one word because it is a noun. Change the sentence to: The workup revealed the surface was of no real concern at this time.
May 12, 2011

Grammar
Good morning Example: re: word work up The doctor will *work up* the cause of her abnormal hear rhythm. (verb) During his *workup* for this tumor, he was found to have an abdominal aortic aneurysm. (noun) Question: The work up revealed the surface was of no real concern at ...
May 12, 2011

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