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 coor...
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.
Algebra one help, please.
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...
Haha! I agree with Writeacher. We are willing to help, but you have to do your part. xP
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...
(4/6x)/(19xy) = (2/3x)/(19xy) (2/3x)*(1/19xy) = 2/(57y(x^2))
ok. f(-3) = -(-3)^2 + 1 remember exponentiation is done first (order of operations) = -9 + 1 = -8
$7.80 = 780 cents. Right? And an hour is 60 minutes. 780 cents/60 minutes = 13 cents/minute. Hope I helped. Peace out.
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. A...
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