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math
what ends?
February 4, 2008

math
how did you figure that out? this is what i did! 100 divided by pie and i got 31.83098862 ft and then that multiplied by 2 is 100! please help me
February 4, 2008

math
i have an answer but i dont know if it is right! will you tell me if i am right or wrong. i got that the dimensions 31.83098862 ft by 2 ft would have the least surface area for the problem. am i right or wrong? can you help me????
February 4, 2008

math
i am only in 7th grade! Could you explain that a little more to me
February 4, 2008

math
what should be the dimensions of the cylinder if you wanted it to have the least amout of surface area as possible? the cylinders volume is 100ft cubed
February 4, 2008

MATH
what should be the dimensions of the cylinder if you wanted it to have the least amout of surface area as possible? the cylinders volume is 100ft cubed
February 4, 2008

grammer
ok thanks a lot. i am doing a feature article on it and i kept spelling it with an "e" and it kept telling me to change it to coliseum on microsoft word
February 2, 2008

grammer
how do you spell colesseum? i am not sure if i am right
February 2, 2008

Math
IT IS 4 2/3
February 2, 2008

grammer
THANKS!
February 2, 2008

grammer
does this word make sense in the sentence? flustered The speaker went right on with his speech, in no way flusterd or disturbed by the jeers and catcalls of a few rowdy hecklers.
February 2, 2008

grammar
ok thanks
February 2, 2008

grammer
does this word make sense in this sentence? domestic The minister saw from the statistics that imported goods were cutting into the domestic market.
February 2, 2008

math
ok i still dont get it
January 29, 2008

math
i dont get it can you tell me what x means
January 29, 2008

math
what is the true pattern not the simple pattern! 1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.125
January 29, 2008

math
yeah i know that! that is the simple pattern. i need the true pattern!
January 29, 2008

math
what is the true pattern for this sequence? 1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.125 i dont know how to do this
January 29, 2008

math
THANKS BIG SIS! YOU GOT THE RIGHT ANSWER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
January 28, 2008

math
2 cakes are divided into 10 = pieces! there is a ring in one of the 10 slices in each cake. what is the probability that there is no ring in the first slice that you take in both cakes?
January 28, 2008

math
a 2 cakes are divided into 10 equal pieces. what is the probability that there is no ring in the fist slice or second slice? HOw do i get started???
January 28, 2008

Math
how would you go about this question? a 12 inch by 14inch rectangular cake is divided into 2 inch squares. if your piece is chosen at random what is the probability that my piece is chosen from the outside edge?
January 28, 2008

MAth
I do i figure out the answer to a geometry probability question?
January 28, 2008

math
The bamboo plant is one of the fastest growing plants in the world. One bamboo plant grew 36 inches in 24 hours If the plznt grew 16 inches tall at 8:00 am how tall was the bamboo plant at 4:00pm? step-by-step instructions
November 5, 2007

math
thank you
October 18, 2007

math
$42.67
October 18, 2007

math
A 30-second advertisement on a local television station during prime time costs the advertiser $1,280. To the nearest cent, how much does the ad cost per second? will you help me with step by step instructions
October 18, 2007

Algebra Two
From 1840 to 1850, the rate at which the percent of the labor force in nonfarming occupations increased was approx. linear. In 1840,31.4% of the labor force held nonfarming jobs. In 1850, 36.3% of the labor force held nonfarming jobs. Write a linear model for the percentage of...
October 14, 2007

Algrebra
How do I simplify this: -3(4y)
October 1, 2007

science
i got the same answer to
September 26, 2007

science
i got the same question to
September 26, 2007

Math
Need Help understanding Prime Factorization
September 11, 2007

Science
The water heated up due to the electrical current going through it, and some of it evaporated
April 22, 2007

math
what are the facters of 60 & 100 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, are some of the factors they have in common
March 13, 2007

Chemistry - solubility
it's based on intermolecular forces too. br and o are both nonpolar so it's all like "why would one be more soluable than the other?" but it's because br has more dispersion forces since it has more electrons. so br is a little bit more polarish (although...
January 2, 2007

Math
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November 15, 2006

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