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May 1, 2016

# Posts by Person_blah

Total # Posts: 21

algebra
2) I'll start with this part of the problem first. You know the radius of the circle is 2. And the area of a circle is pi*(radius^2) So pi*(2^2) = 4*pi... 1) So first get a piece of paper and pencil. I'll wait. Ok. Now that you have a paper and pencil draw the x-y ...
December 5, 2010

English
1. Sandy can be either a boy's name or a girl's name, but is most commonly a female name. 2. Jeremy is a male name. Hope I helped. Peace out.
December 5, 2010

I'll help. Lines a and c are parallel. For lines to be parallel, their slope must be equal. These 2 lines both have slopes of 4. Line b is perpendicular to the others, because it's slope, -1/4, is the opposite (in terms of sign) reciprocal of 4 (which is positive, -1/4...
December 5, 2010

Teaching techniques
Haha! I agree with Writeacher. We are willing to help, but you have to do your part. xP
November 28, 2010

math
I'll try to help. You know that a certain number of child tickets and a certain number of adult tickets must add up to equal 456. Say x = adult tickets (number) y = # child tickets So x + y = 456 And the money collected is : 6.5x + 2y = 2311.5 2(x + y = 456) ==> 2x + 2y...
November 28, 2010

Math
(4/6x)/(19xy) = (2/3x)/(19xy) (2/3x)*(1/19xy) = 2/(57y(x^2))
November 28, 2010

math
ok. f(-3) = -(-3)^2 + 1 remember exponentiation is done first (order of operations) = -9 + 1 = -8
November 28, 2010

algebra
\$7.80 = 780 cents. Right? And an hour is 60 minutes. 780 cents/60 minutes = 13 cents/minute. Hope I helped. Peace out.
November 28, 2010

English
I'll try to help as much as I can. :D 1. Looks good... except a few things. Pay careful attention to the plural forms of words and to the spelling of the verb "say." (Before, the sentence was missing a noun to with the paying attention had to be applied to.) 2. ...
November 28, 2010

English
Really good job on all except number 3. Throughout his poem, Davies wants to stress the fact that .... (the rest is fine). Hope this helped. Peace out. :D
November 28, 2010

algebra
Um...exactly
November 28, 2010

algebra
Ok. I'll if I can help. So volume = area * height, right? But the area of a face of a cube, or a square is just the side^2. Correct? And the height is the side length, because a the length width and height of a cube are all the same. So... side^3 = 729. Basically you have ...
November 28, 2010

Algebra
I'll help. You're looking for the number of parts made in each hour (on average). You'll need a type of proportion. 1630 parts / 6 hours = x parts / 1 hour x/1 = x. All you have to do is divide 1630 by 6 and round the answer so you don't have any numbers past ...
November 28, 2010

accounts
...um... I'm sure lots of people would love to help (including me) ... but your question seems incomplete.
November 28, 2010

math
November 27, 2010

math
I'll try to help. I'm not exactly sure if the money is being compounded continuously or not but I'll guide you along with the assumption that it is. Pe^(rt) = current amount of money P = principal e = natural base = about 2.71 r = rate (.08 in this case) t = time...
November 27, 2010

spanish
November 27, 2010

spanish
You're exactly right. Lo is a singular male article, and the only singular male noun in the list is A. el cartón.
November 27, 2010

spanish
Sorry, I think this one would be B. Programa is a singular male noun, and lo is used in this answer (verlo means to see it, referring to the program). But you were right about the pensamos part. The speaker's asking if you all are thinking of watching this interview ...
November 27, 2010

ALGEBA
Think of the top of the tree as 22 on the y axis, the bottom of the pole on the ground 6 away from the origin in the positive x direction. Slope = change in y / change in x Slope = (22 - 0) / (6 - 0) = .... I think you can do the rest. Hope this helped. Peace.
November 27, 2010

math
Hi. I hope I can help you with this question. The formula for circumference is pi times the diameter : C = pi * d Since pi is already known, as well as the circumference. You can solve for d. Now you have the circle's diameter. Half of that is its radius. The area of a ...
October 2, 2010

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