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July 23, 2014

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math for me!!!!!!
You're welcome.

math for me!!!!!!
Cross multiply and solve for m. 1/9 = m/60

Algebra
None.

math
2 hundreds 2 tens 7 ones = 227

math HELP!!!!!!
C is correct.

math HELP!!!!!!
No. You want to know how many people in the city watch birds. The reporter's data is not valid because he's only surveyed bird watchers. He's ignored the 90% or so of the people who don't go to the bird refuge.

math HELP!!!!!!
I disagree.

Math
:-)

Math - Correction
Oops -- except the answer should be in SQUARE meters. You're welcome.

Math
0.8 * 0.8 * 5 = ______ cubic meters

*Repost* (sorry!) Health & PE HELP ASAP PLEASE!!!!
3 -- either C or D. Check your book. 4. ? I agree with your other answers.

math
None.

Civic
Do you really expect someone here to take your test for you?

Check Answers Language arts
Yes.

Language arts
I'll weigh in with A. It doesn't say whether they bought or inherited the antiques. I have a lot of antique furniture that I inherited.

Economics
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1365150969

math
And -- we have a blank grid!

history
Ethical dimensions are the extremes of right and wrong.

Math
0.85x = 27

math
KD is wrong. (4 * 7) - 15 = ?

algebra
(23 * 8) - (5 * 5) = (32 * 8) - (5 * 19) =

Math
Right.

Math
0.7 0.9 0.75 Which is greater?

juvenile deliquency
Which state? Which local program?

rounding
You're welcome.

rounding
Right! :-)

rounding
6.54 is the nearest hundredth of a foot. What is the nearest tenth of a foot?

Science
http://www.google.com/#q=+energy+produced+during+a+nuclear+fusion+reaction

math 221 intro to algebra
Why did you post this here?

Math
-5.5 is 5.5 below the surface.

Math
Yes. The seagull is 5.5 feet beneath the surface.

Math
74.5 - 80 = x

rounding
It's 151 rounded to the nearest foot.

SCIENCE
You're very welcome. :-)

SCIENCE
Yes.

SCIENCE
Yes. An egg is oval-shaped. Many people describe the moon as an orb or a sphere. In that web site, the full moon appears as a circle. http://en.allexperts.com/q/Space-Astronomy-Kids-3252/2009/4/moor-round-oval.htm

SCIENCE
What are your choices? This site shows you the moon's shape. http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/moon/shape.htm

SCIENCE
NO.

criminal
Apparently, you didn't try Google. http://www.business.ftc.gov/documents/bus61-can-spam-act-compliance-guide-business

SCI 207 - Insufficient data
Huh??

Language arts
:-) Good luck!

Language arts
I agree.

visual
http://www.google.com/#q=art+element+and+design+principles

Language arts
You're very welcome, MSTV.

Language arts
1. I think she's praising the good student. 4, Yes, it's she. It's a predicate nominative following the linking verb, might be.

Language arts
1.misbehaving or good student -- Which? 2.A. his attachment to the shoes -- Right 3.A OR C -- - I don't know. 4 A him - Wrong

social studies
You're welcome. :-)

social studies
http://www.everyculture.com/Ma-Ni/Martinique.html http://etudescaribeennes.revues.org/5795

social studies i need help!
It didn't. Martinique is a department of France.

Social Science
If you don't know how to collect sand, salt, and water, I don't know how to help you.

History
8 b? I disagree with your answer for 11. The others are right.

History
I agree with all of your answers except for 8.

criminal justice
If you don't know what is included in "police subculture," then you certainly can't figure out how it leads to ethical problems. And you certainly can't reduce the impact of something you don't know.

criminal justice
To what aspects of the police subculture are you referring?

world history
http://www.google.com/#q=songs+about+buddhism

American History
B? What does your book say?

Literacy
Do you want us to post a question?

Economics
Read through some of these sites and then decide. http://www.google.com/#q=price+ceiling+and+a+price+floor+government

Economics
Please see the Related Questions below.

Economics
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1382274492

social studies
http://www.google.com/#q=climate+change+Latin+america http://www.google.com/#q=tectonic+plates+latin+america

geography
You're welcome.

geography
This should help you. http://wikis.engrade.com/fivethemesofgeography5

history
http://www.google.com/#q=+examples+of+racism%2Fwhite+supremacy.

history
http://examples.yourdictionary.com/reference/examples/examples-of-prejudice.html

English
They are both grammatical.

math
http://www.google.com/#q=12*12%3D

math
1/2 = 5/10 = 3/6 = 0.5 = 50%

History
I agree with your answer for 5. Please check your book for the first four.

america gov
wool

Grammar Help
You're welcome.

Grammar Help
Yes. A is the answer for both.

Law
Yes.

Law
1. No. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roving_wiretap 2. A and B are much different. Check your book.

American History
I agree.

math
I = PRT I = 3600 * 0.02 * 2 I = 144 (3600 + 144)/24 = ?

Economics
Higher taxes and more people helped.

english 11
What do you think? Young by Anne Sexton "A thousand doors ago, when I was a lonely kid in a big house with four garages and it was summer as long as I could remember, I lay on the lawn at night, clover wrinkling over me, the wise stars bedding over me, my mother's win...

Vocabulary
indoor? plunge?

BUSINESS MATH
259.92 * 1.1 = 285.91 original price 285.91 * 0.7 = _______ cost to Dylan

rounding
You're welcome.

rounding
You're right. Rounded to the nearest tenth of a foot must be 146.6. 147 rounds it to the nearest foot.

5th Grade Math
You're welcome. I hope you understand how I got the answer.

5th Grade Math
The Robins need to win 100 games to have twice as many wins as losses. They have 28 wins so they need 72 more wins.

Math
http://www.mathsisfun.com/data/line-graphs.html

reading
What are your choices? What is your answer?

U.S History
You're welcome.

U.S History
Right.

U.S History (PLEASE help!!!)
I think d is a better answer. States' rights still divides the U.S.

Math
http://www.google.com/#q=tangent+circle

English
They all mean the same. # 3 should be "was made in Switzerland."

math
What does c represent?

math
Yes.

math
10 - 3 = 7 This problem doesn't make sense as the charge per minute is the same -- whether it's the first three minutes or the rest of the phone call.

math - typo?
Please proofread your problem.

Pure maths ,accounting ,business studies,economics
Anything you want.

PE
I agree with your answers.

MATH
Use trial and error. Which pair fits the problems?

english
Oh??

life sciences,maths lit,geography and history
The person to ask is a manager at that fuel company. We're a half a world away and have no idea what your interests and abilities are, much less what is required as a branch manager.

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