Posts by Lilianne
Total # Posts: 13
As far as I know, there isn't a solution because the ^2 is to the x, not the 4, and since you obviously don't know what x is (unless you do- then there is a solution), it just stays like that. I hope I helped!
Do you want a noun? Maybe something's compliment or match.
Socials Study (URGENT)
Try complaining about the style of dress or the conditions of the poor in your editorial. Or, a person in your textbook from the Renaissance times that seemed snobby, bossy, or rude! I hope I helped!
Do you mean density? If you do it kind of means the thickness of something and its weight. Try searching on a dictionary site.
As far as I know, you can. You might want to see what Ms. Sue or another person says.
This is by William Carlos Williams. This is just to say I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast. Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold.
I'm not a grammar expert, but I don't think it needs to be there. You might want to see what others and Ms. Sue or writeacher have to say. I hope I helped!
English/Grammar (please... extremely important)
Seems good to me. This is made up, right, not for a real letter? If it is for a real letter, you should make it more serious and professional. But, otherwise, it's good! I don't think you really need a introduction sentence. Just getting right into it is good enough.
Looks good to me! Good job! :)
Consider the two inequalities 2x - 4 < y and y < -2/3x + 2. (b) Graph the region of the plane that satisifies either inequality, or both inequalities. (c) Graph the region of the plane that satisifies either inequality, but NOT both. What I don't get is that in ...
What do you mean by the sign?
Right now we are learning about graphing inequalities. This is hard to explain without showing you the graph, but: Find the inequality graphed below. Obviously, I can't show you the picture, but what I figured out that the slope was up 1, over 1/3, etc. How would I write ...
Well, as you said, if 1/4 were horses and 1/2 were cows, then that leaves a fourth left of pigs. Since there are 8 pigs, that means there must be 8 horses, too. And since two fourths make a half, there are 16 cows. Add them all up, and there are 32 animals! If you have any ...