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July 24, 2014

July 24, 2014

Total # Posts: 33

**Geometry **

1.If two different lines are perpendicular to the same plane, they are: a. Collinear b. Coplanar c. Congruent d. Consecutive I think the answer is B, is that correct? Also, this: 2. Express 3 radical 75 plus radical 27 all over3 in radical form. I simplified it to 18 radical 3...

**Math**

There are four different types of cards like that in a deck: Heart, Club, Spade, and Diamond. There is an equal number of each of these.

**math**

if you had the number 176, then six ould be in the ones place, seven in the tens place, and one would be in the hundreds place. First you should determine what place the one is in.

**Maths**

So there's a sequence: 0, 1/2, 3/4, 7/8, 15/16,... and I have to find the pattern and the next two numbers. I don't understand how I should go about doing this. I don't believe it uses multiplication or division as it starts with 0. Help?

**Social Studies**

the grange

**math**

Do you understand what the different "places" are? And is it tens or tenths? There's a difference. Tens is like 10, 20, 30, 40, and so on, and tenths is like 3.1, 3.2, and 3.4, where .1 and .2 and .4 are in the tenths place.

**Algebra 1 (maths)**

Someone please help me!

**Algebra 1 (maths)**

I'm slightly confused about this question: Suppose that you memorize a list of 100 German vocabulary words. Each week you forget 1/8 of the words you knew the previous week. The number of vocabulary words (V) that you remember after t weeks can be modeled by: V=100(7/80)^t...

**Algebra (maths)**

Please help?

**Algebra (maths)**

Please help: The length of a rectangle is 5m greater than twice its width, and its area is 33m^2 (the m is squared). Find the dimensions.

**Algebra 1**

Thanks, now I remember the teacher quickly rushing through that in class. ;)

**Algebra 1**

When adding radicals, do you add two radicands together even if they're different? How would you answer this equation in radical simplest form? 3 rad 12 + 3 rad 12 + 5 rad 8 +5 rad 8 I got 6 rad 12 + 25 rad 8 Is this right? Sorry if my questions are confusing, this is hard...

**science**

I think transporting electricity. Not sure.

**english**

well, which one do you say when someone owns something? is it they dog? them dog? her dog? its dog? Hopefully this helps!

**7/8 math**

I think I get it now!

**7/8 math**

What is a trinomial(as opposed to binomials and mononomials)?

**speach esay : YOU ARE PRESIDENT OF ENGLISH LANGUA**

Giving a speach, huh? But it is important to speak proper English, because if we were all speaking in different slang or dialects, we wouldn't understand each other well, would we?

**social studies**

This "question" makes absolutely no sense...

**social studies**

The study of social life! or, more accurately, the study of people, where they live, what they do, how they interact, their history, economies,attitudes, actions, etc.

**math**

Well, I guess you should know how to do basic math (as in preschool through sixth grade math) without a calculator, but they're useful to have when multiplying by pi, finding square routes, messing with decimals, etc. Personally, when I go to college, I'm going to tote...

**English **

I love London.

**social studies**

B, I would think. Im not sure, sorry.

**History**

Also remember that Andrew Jackson forced many tribes to go west. Why? They wanted native land for settlers to farm.

**word problems**

first use a random number for the sister's age. one, for example. so larry is 8 years older than that. 1+8=9, so larry is 9. in 3 years he will be 12, and his sister will be 4. 12 isnt twice as old as 4, so the sister is not 1. Try for yourself with different ages, like 2,...

**grammar **

you could say someone felt similar to the way they did before.

**spanish**

I agree with sra. hija=daughter, tener has to be conjugated to tiene(it means have or has), and hambre is hungry.

**WRITING SKILLS PART 1**

well, D doesn't mention "I" so it isnt a personal opinion.

**social studies**

someone who served in the military, most often.

**3rd grade**

flour

**social studies**

yeah. i do

**social studies**

women were now seen as workers

**social studies**

its not a spoon or knife

**calculus**

You are right

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