September 28, 2016

Posts by Moo

Total # Posts: 26

A company is purchasing nine pieces of machinery that cost $7886 each. If the cost of each machine is estimated to the nearest $100, which of the following is an appropriate estimation of the total cost of the purchase.
January 7, 2016

language arts
has anyone here read, the watsons go to birmingham because i have a question on it?
January 4, 2016

language arts PLS HALP
is "seemed" a linking verb?
December 15, 2015

I'm way too late but its speed i think
November 29, 2015

More Civics
thanks freedom! but i entered the website without the spaces and there is no website found
November 12, 2015

More Civics
What happens to an amendment that is not ratified? A) it goes back to the senate for a vote B) it is not put in the constitution, but remains a law C) it is sent to the president D) it is not put in the constitution and it is not a law pls help :3
November 12, 2015

English 1
We don't know the story
November 12, 2015

nvm i got it
November 12, 2015

Here is the question.. What is the best explanation of the importance of the 8th amendment? A) If people cannot talk about policies, they cannot change them B) People in the military should have the right to vote in elections C) People accused for a crime need to be treated ...
November 12, 2015

What is the 8th amendment. Don't say complicated stuff lol.
November 12, 2015

May 1, 2013

Macroeconomic 668
If the mortgage rate rises from 5% to 10% yet the appreciation of houses that consumers can buy rises from 2% to 9% would you be more likely or less likely to buy a house as an investor?
April 23, 2013

A student of mass m is at a swimming pool. She climbs the steps to the diving board 4.0 m above the water. She jumps off the board, which enables her to rise a further 0.7 m before she begins her descent into the pool. At what speed does she enter the water? You may assume ...
April 23, 2013

There are several ways you can do it, but this way is probably the easiest. Try selecting 3 CDs from the entire set of CDs, ignoring the other parts of the problem for now. You have 15C3=455 ways. Then find how many ways they can be chosen so that all three are the same. 3C3+...
January 28, 2013

Since 1 gallon is 4 quarts, 1 1/4 gallons is 5 quarts. (Just multiply by 4) Now just subtract, 5-3=2
January 27, 2013

Math (:
The Distributive Property is the property that a(b+c)=a(b)+a(c). You're basically distributing the "a" between the two parts in parentheses. For example, 3(1+2). You would usually evaluate the part in parentheses first, so it would become 3(3)=9. You could also ...
January 27, 2013

For the first one, average cost per unit would be 450/1000, 300/800, and 275/500, just dividing the price by the units produced. Apologies that I can't help any further; I haven't taken Economics or Statistics yet and don't know what a lot of those terms mean (...
January 27, 2013

September 19, 2012

Stop cheating and do your test.
May 14, 2012

American Goverment
February 16, 2012

math alg - inequality
U put the <,> sign then _ under it
November 2, 2011

English Composition
penn foster exam number 05054100 need all the answers.
October 28, 2011

Yes, to Ms. Sue, agreed. You can also divide both sides by two, and you get x=0/2=0 To EAW, nononononononononono! Imaginary numbers are something else entirely. If MOO (almost me!) were asking something like x^2=-1, then the answer would be plus or minus i.
January 13, 2008

January 13, 2008

Jim is installing ceramic tile behind his kitchen sink. Each tile is a square with side length 4 1/4 inches. For each tile, he allows an additional 1/8 inch per side for the grout between tiles. How many tiles should he buy if the space measures 2.1 square feet? What is the ...
October 24, 2007

science (biology)
Suppose that you are starting a long-term study of a population of annual, flowering plants isolated on a small island. Reading some recent papers has convinced you that global warming will probably cause long-term changes in the amount of rain the island receives. Briefly ...
September 26, 2007

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