# Posts by Lilianne

Total # Posts: 13

**Algebra**

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!

**English**

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!

**science**

Do you mean density? If you do it kind of means the thickness of something and its weight. Try searching on a dictionary site.

**English**

As far as I know, you can. You might want to see what Ms. Sue or another person says.

**poem**

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.

**English**

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.

**Algebra**

Looks good to me! Good job! :)

**Algebra**

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 ...

**Question**

What do you mean by the sign?

**Algebra**

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 ...

**math**

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 ...

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