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April 19, 2014

April 19, 2014

Total # Posts: 541

**Simple intrest**

Shawn Bixby borrowed 17000.00 on a 120 day, 12% note. After 65 days, Shawn paid 2000.00 on the note. On day 89 Shawn paid an additional 4000.00 What is the final balance due? Determine total intrest and ending balance due by the U.S. Rule. Use ordinary intrest

**Simple intrest**

Bill Moore is buying a van. His April Monthly intrest at 12% was $125.00 What was Bills principal balance at the beginning of April Uese 360 days

**PreCal**

Write a formula for the general term(the nth term)of the arithmetic sequence. Do not use a recursion formula. Then use the formula for a(n) to find the indicated term of the sequence Find a(11); 12, 10, 8, ... I came up with -10 ?

**math calculus**

Find the are under the given curve y=square root of x + 1 from x=0 to x=9 Please walk me through each step.

**math calculus**

ln (8) - ln (2) = ln (4) How is this possible

**math calculus**

Please explain how it is (ln 4) ¡Ò^8 2 x^-1 dx= (ln 8) ¨C (ln 2) =(ln 4)

**intergrated physics and chemistry**

Work is expressed by- Fd

**math**

Please help me solve the following. Thanks, Write m^p = q using logarithms. Solve (1/e)^2x = 14

**math-check my work**

Differentiate y=x(x4+5)3 d/dx = [x(x4+5)3] d/dx = [f(x)g(x)] = f(x)g’(x)+g(x)f’(x) d/dx = [x(x4+5)3] = x • d/dx (x4+5)3 + (x4+5)3 • d/dx x g’(x) = d/dx (x4+5)3 = 3(x4+5)2 • 4x f’(x) = d/dx (x) = 1 = (x) • 3(x4+5)2 • 4x + (x4+5)3 ...

**physical science**

How do you calculate the heat generated from dropping a metal ball from heights?

**Math**

How do I mutliply the following; (4x2+3x-3)(4x2+3x-3)

**Science**

In the winter are you letting the cold air in or the warm air out when you open the door

**Science**

I want to know why the rain is cold.

**english**

Mardiuk shoots Tiamat through the heart in the enuma elish. What is the symbolisim of shooting Tiamat through the heart with evil?

**english**

Our task was to read the Enuma Elish and answer the following questions: Where does evil come from in this myth, and how is it symbolized? Is the defeat of evil final and total? Does evil have any good qualities?

**Social Studies**

Were there specific historic contributions that were unique to each of the follindian Native American Indian tribes? Plateau, Northeast Woodland and Southeast Woodland Indians My textbook doesn't give that information to me. I was told by my teacher to look online, but I h...

**Social Studies**

What specific items were used by the Plateau, Northeast Woodland and Southeast Woodland Indians to barter with? My book doesn't give that information to me. I was told by my teacher to look online, but I have searched everywhere, and can't find the answer. Thank you so...

**Social Studies**

My book doesn't give that information to me. I was told by my teacher to look online, but I have searched everywhere, and can't find the answer. Thank you so much for your help! I don't know where to look!

**Social Studies**

Were there specific contributions that were unique to each indian tribe? Thank you

**Social Studies**

What kind of contribution to society did the Plateau (California Inter-Mountain), Northeast Woodland and Southeast Woodland Indians make to history? Thank you!

**Social Studies**

Yes, I believe they did. But do you know what items each Native American group bartered with? Thank you!

**Social Studies**

What was the system of economy for the Plateau, Northeast Woodland and Southeast Woodland Indians? Thank you

**Physics**

the acceleration is 0.31 m/s2

**Physics**

If a cart and rider are pulled with a constant force of 74.0 N, and the friction force is 29.0 N, how fast will the cart and rider be traveling after 8.70 seconds? Thanks a lot!

**math**

First, you need to combine like terms. 4x=480 Then, divide each side by 4. 4x/4=480/4 4's on the left side cancel out, leaving: x=120 Adults(3x):360 Students(x):120

**Algebra**

Simplify rt= 1/[(1/r1)+ (1/r2)] That looks like the formula for the "total" resistance, rt, of two resistors in parallel, r1 and r2. The t, 1 and 2 are subscripts. It cannot be made much simpler than that, but it can be rewritten 1/rt = 1/r1 + 1/r2 which is a bit mor...

**Algebra**

Simplify r=1/(1/x+1/y) multiply the right side by xy/xy

**Algebra**

Simplify 1/r=1/x+1/y Multiply both sides by rxy. Then simplify. I will be happy to check your work. That is as compact and simple as the relationship can be written. Are you looking for an explicit formula for x, y or r?

**Algebra**

Find all positive values for k for which each of the following can be factored. X^2-x-k (Your answer seems to be the same as the other problem x^2+x-k ) Is this correct too? Consider your equation to be in the form ax^2 + bx = c = 0. It can be factored (that is, have real answ...

**Algebra**

Find all positive values for k for which each of the following can be factored. X^2-x-k Using the quadratic equation, x= 1/2 +-1/2* sqrt (1+4k) Now, the sqrt has to be of a positive number, so 1+4k>0 so any value of k>-1/4 should work.

**distance formula**

Hey thanks, stupid negative..... Ok now I'm trying to figure out the distance formula. the coordinates are (-1,3) and (2,5) So I take (5-3)^2 + (2-1)^2 and get 2^2 + 1^2. so 4 + 1 is 5. so the square root of 5 is the answer? your second subtraction is wrong it should be (2...

**math problem**

I'm trying to get a handle on what square roots are (I think thats what they are called). Here is an example. 4(almost like a division sign but it is more like a check mark)3. I don't understand what it is, its a square root? and How do I deal with these things? A squa...

**Circles.**

Ok I'm trying to find the radius of a circle with the given measurement. 4/5C=17 C stands for Circumference. Solve for C (multiply both sides by 5/4) Then, solve for radius R= C/2PI

**Math**

How do I figure out the height of a triangle? The height of a triangle is defined as the perpendicular distance from an angle to a side. Now, since this is a right triangle, and depending on how it is situated, the height could be 10" or 12" if you observe from the t...

**History**

yeah i have seen that but it doesnt label the borders so i dont know what they are or the river names and stuff like that i have been looking all over the web to finish a wrting i am doing about the roman empire and i need to know what the boundaries were of it in 44 bc the ye...

**Alegebra 1B**

7x/16-x/16 When you have the same denominators (numbers on the bottom), you can just subtract the numerators (#s on the top) So 7x-x = 6x So the answer is 6x/16 Matt x-5+(-6)-6=0 x-5+(-6)-6=0 wa zup i think she is right i mean she is right

**Biology**

I really need help with my science lab. I was sick when we did the lab on Thursday and Friday was a snowday so I did not get to get the observations off my peers. My teacher has allowed people one more day and I do not understand this Lab at all. If someone could help me write...

**Law!**

Hi Everyone, I have to deliver a presentation on euthanasia, which requires a creative aspect that may involve the class as well. (My position is against euthanasia by the way). I was thinking that I could have a game or bring something in that could act as an analogy for the ...

**einstein's equation**

joules :)

**Density**

go browns

**making dot arrays**

The answer is Even. 2,4,6,8..... The other would be odd. 3,5,7,9......

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