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September 1, 2015
Total # Posts: 45

**math**

is 0 divided by 0 not possible or equal to 0 ?
*October 10, 2010*

**math**

Ms Sue, are you saying (hopefully :-) that 0 divided by 0 is not possible? Just need clarification for graphing purposes. Helen said it's 0, but I'm hoping that THAT is not the case, and that it is: not possible
*October 10, 2010*

**math**

can 0 be divided by 0 ?
*October 10, 2010*

**Math**

The ? is not clear to me
*September 29, 2010*

**math**

2*(4^2 +1) :-)
*September 29, 2010*

**arithmetic**

14+22-36+36 go from left to right and solve
*September 24, 2010*

**Math Reiny**

You've only got part of it. You need to multiply the 1/2 by "a" and then add THAT to the product of "a" * 1/3. So the answer would be a^2 + 5/6a + 1/6
*September 24, 2010*

**Math**

Yes, 50%
*September 24, 2010*

**Math**

1) 2 out of 5 days it rained. 5 goes into 30 6 times, sooo, multiple 6 by 2, and you get 12 days it did not rain in April. Apply that same concept to the 3 out of 5 days it does rain...you get 18 days it DID rain, so the answer would be 18 (days it rained) subtract 12 (days it...
*September 24, 2010*

**math**

P.S. - remember order of operatins when solving! :)
*September 24, 2010*

**math**

the formula for the volume of a sphere is (4/3)pie r^3 So, (4/3) * 3.14 * r^3 to find the radius, divide the diameter by 2, so it has a readius of 5 ft Now, plug in the numbers to the formula and solve. That is the answer for the volume of that sphere. NOW, you want to know ...
*September 24, 2010*

**algebra**

L= (P - 2W)/ 2
*September 24, 2010*

**math**

8 x 1000 > 1000
*September 23, 2010*

**arithmetic**

divide 102 by 150. Then, multiply the answer by 100
*September 23, 2010*

**10th grade**

oops! I stand corrected! 24 mm squared is correct!
*September 23, 2010*

**10th grade**

Hi, All you do is multiple the fraction 1/2 by 16 and then by 3. You should get 24mm
*September 23, 2010*

**math**

then 2174 miles
*September 23, 2010*

**math**

I am trying to. Did the person hike one way OR there and back?
*September 23, 2010*

**math**

ur welcome :-)
*September 23, 2010*

**math**

Then he hiked 2174 miles
*September 23, 2010*

**math**

did he just there and back or just there?
*September 23, 2010*

**Religion**

You're welcome
*September 23, 2010*

**Religion**

As far as verse 1 goes, I believe one is seeking and the other just "got" it, from above, and it brings great joy
*September 23, 2010*

**Religion**

Yes, I could agree with your interpretation of the 2nd verse's meaning
*September 23, 2010*

**Religion**

Good one, Sue ><> Wisdom spoken about in the proverbs is wisdom from above, not from personal knowledge, human intellect
*September 23, 2010*

**PreCalc**

I hope you're right since that's the equation I got too! I may be entering things into my calculator wrong. Using that is new to me. Thanks for all you're help!
*September 23, 2010*

**PreCalc**

Hi Reiny, Yes, I got that far. I even came up with a line, but am looking to see what others get as my line, when graphed, is not perpendicular to the other line mentioned in the prob (5x-6=3y)
*September 23, 2010*

**PreCalc**

Find the line of the equation that hits y=4x^2-20 when x= -5 that is perpendicular to 5x-6=3y My solution does not graphical show perpendicular lines, but algebraically it works lol Help!
*September 23, 2010*

**math **

You're welcome! This site is great!
*September 23, 2010*

**math **

No, it's not 57%. divide 32 by 86 and multiply by 100. If rounding to the nearest whole number, you get 37% which makes sense since 32 seniors is a bit less than half (50%) of the whole team.
*September 23, 2010*

**math **

Hi Sara, What you do is divide 32 by 86 and that gives you the percent of seniors on the football team
*September 23, 2010*

**PreCalc**

whew, great! that's what I got, too :-) Thank You! I have one more, if you're up for it
*September 23, 2010*

**PreCalc**

Find the maximum product of two numbers whose sum euqals 124. Let's call the numbers "x" and "y". Also, what are those two numbers?
*September 23, 2010*

**6th grade math**

impossible equation. NO solution
*May 26, 2010*

**Algebra 1a**

what is x= 2 2y ?
*May 26, 2010*

**Aleg**

0.4t + 67.8 So, 0.4(17) + 67.8 = 74.6
*May 26, 2010*

**EDU**

what are the current laws?
*May 26, 2010*

**algebra**

not exactly. yes, the plumber will have enough, but I came up with 11 1/2 ft 2 7/8 * 4 = 23/8 * 4 = 23/2 = 11 R1 or rather 1/2 (remainder) Hope that helped!
*May 26, 2010*

**Algebra**

for the numberator portion of your answer, subtract the 1st y value from the 2nd y value (remember your ORDER as the same order will apply to the x values later). next, do the same for your x values. this is what it looks like: 3- 03 0 ----- + --- = "0" 4- (-1) 5 ...
*May 26, 2010*

**Algebra 1a**

x+3y=6 x=8-3y Use substitution to solve. (8-3y) + 3y = 6 simplified comes to 8=6 impossible, so no solutions.
*May 26, 2010*

**Algebra **

not enough facts present or the there's a misprint. a formula useful for similar equations, though, is distance = rate x time
*May 26, 2010*

**Algebra **

why did train b which is traveling faster then train a, need to catch up to train a? doesn't make sense.did train b stop somewhere along the way, or did train be have a different starting point?
*May 26, 2010*

**Chemistry**

When you calculate it, the answer should be 5.74kj
*April 13, 2010*

**Manageral accounting**

Cost Allocation prepare responses to the following questions in a Word document: • As financial managers, it is important that you identify and allocate costs appropriately. Discuss the major cost categories. What are some of the methods used to determine the cost ...
*February 28, 2010*

**Language Arts**

For a book report, we are doing a "subamarine sandwich". One part is scene illustration - reflective of plot. I don't know how to do this part. Choose a part of the book that brings the most vivid images into you mind. Then you can ~~draw it ~~paint it ~~make a ...
*February 1, 2007*

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