# Posts by Seymour

Total # Posts: 24

**Algebra**

A rectangular room is 6 meters longer than it is wide, and its perimeter is 28 meters. Find the dimension of the room. The length is:_____meters and the width is___meters.

**Algebra**

Thank you sue 43+51=94

**Algebra**

A rectangular room is 6 meters longer than it is wide, and its perimeter is 28 meters. Find the dimension of the room. The length is:_____meters and the width is___meters.

**Algebra**

A rectangular room is 6 6 meters longer than it is wide, and its perimeter is 28 28 meters. Find the dimension of the room. The length is : meters and the width is meters.

**Algebra**

Reiny if you going to solve the problem please give a complete solution because I knew how to figure it our, I wouldn't have been seeking for help with it. Thanks

**Algebra**

One angle in a triangle has a measure that is three times as large as the smallest angle. The measure of the third angle is 10 degrees more than that of the smallest angle. Find the measure of the LARGEST angle.

**Algebra**

rectangular room is 3 3 times as long as it is wide, and its perimeter is 40 40 meters. Find the dimension of the room. The length is : meters and the width is

**Algebra**

Two angles of a triangle have the same measure and the third one is 51 degrees greater than the measure of each of the other two. Find the measure of the LARGEST angle in the triangle.

**Algebra**

Hi I need help with this problem full solution only please: Two angles of a triangle have the same measure and the third one is 9 degrees greater than the measure of each of the other two. Find the measure of the LARGEST angle in the triangle.

**Algebra**

Two angles of a triangle have the same measure and the third one is 9 degrees greater than the measure of each of the other two. Find the measure of the LARGEST angle in the triangle.

**Algebra**

Find four consecutive odd numbers which add to 80. Give the numbers smallest to largest

**Algebra**

Find four consecutive odd numbers which add to 80. Give the numbers smallest to largest

**Algebra**

Find two consecutive even numbers whose sum is 1306.

**Algebra**

Find three consecutive numbers whose sum is 930.

**Algebra**

Find two consecutive numbers whose sum is 529.

**Algebra**

Six subtracted from twelve times a number is 174. What is the number?

**Algebra**

The sum of five and three times a number is 89. What is the number?

**math**

Carrie needs to rent a car while on vacation. The rental company charges $18.95, plus 18 cents for each mile driven. If Carrie only has $40 to spend on the car rental, what is the maximum number of miles she can drive?

**Music**

I've read that, and I can't figure out where/when this "secondary idea" is interwoven. There are many "joyous outbursts" in this song, so it's kinda ambiguous.

**Music**

So, the first movement of Mozart's 21st piano concerto (K. 467) is in sonata allegro form...which means there are two "themes" that are developed within the piece. I can pick out the first one--it's developed right in the first 20 seconds. But I can't ...

**More Music**

Okay, so I'm getting the hang of this. Anyway, the first "Theme" of Mozart's 21st Piano Concerto is plain to me. But where does the second begin? And what is it? Again, I have to write a paper on this, and besides a VERY basic, rudimentary comprehension, I ...

**Music**

What form is the first movement of Mozart Piano Concerto No 21 K. 467 in? Is it sonata allegro? Please someone help me out, I have to write a music paper and I have very little technical expertise in the subject!

**algebra.**

Hi please I need help with this question full solution only please. Two angles of a triangle have the same measure and the third one is 9 degrees greater than the measure of each of the other two. Find the measure of the LARGEST angle in the triangle.

**History/Literature**

Is The Assemblywomen (Ecclesiazusae) by Aristophanes a proto-feminist play arguing on behalf of women's competence and intelligence and men's stupidity and vices? Or are there underlying misogynistic, sexist assumptions on Aristophanes part?

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