Wednesday
April 23, 2014

Posts by Pepe


Total # Posts: 15

physical science
define earth station

electronic basic
you observe a small plaque on an electrical appliance that reads, in part, "115 volts AC 60 Hz." this means that the appliance

math
A stained glass window is composed of 20 triangular sections, each with sides 6, 8, and 7 in. Find the total area of the window (to the nearest square inch).

math
A plane flying a straight course observes a mountain at a bearing of 32.6° to the right of its course. At that time the plane is 6 km from the mountain. A short time later, the bearing to the mountain becomes 42.6°. How far is the plane from the mountain when the secon...

math
A painter needs to cover a triangular region 62 meters by 66 meters by 71 meters. A can of paint covers 70 square meters. How many cans will be needed?

basic math
Thank you drawls very much for your help.. I will keep that in my notes

basic math
Is it always true, sometimes true, or never true that a regular quadrilateral has two or more obtuse exterior angles? Is it Sometimes true

Spanish
actually, that would be "actuar"

Sapnish 2
estás/eres= you ARE (eres tonto) estamos/somos= we ARE (somos diferentes) están/son= they ARE(estan hablando) hay= there ARE (hay cuatro semanas en un mes)

Spanish
I'm gonna go with what McGin said. Just put the verbs into the command form: Turn right, Walk 3 blocks, etc,... instead of "you will turn", "you have to turn", or "you have to walk." lol this kind of sounds a little over explanatory

Spanish Homework
if you meant to say "i don't care for..." when you said "no tengo gusto de...", the correct way would be, "no me importa..."

Spanish Homework Help
well "como es Ud?" would mean "What are you like?" and "tipico para ti?" is "Typical for you?" but the two sentences, to me and the knowledge of spanish i have, shouldn't go together, first of all because even though Usted and Ti bot...

bios
Dr. Seuss

Survey
not sure what you are asking but...try this. Pick any animal and an artical of clothing. ex. Monkey Gloves

mathematics
Janet wins the lottery and receives $100 the first year. In the following years, she receives $50 more each year. (That is, Janet receives $150 the second year, $200 the third year, and so on.) How much will Janet receive, in total, after 10 years? 100 + 150 + 200 + 250 + 300 ...

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