Tuesday

July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

Total # Posts: 23

**5th grade math**

Thank you Ms.Sue! I see where I went wrong. Answer is 309.

**5th grade math **

On Friday and Saturday, 618 people attended a car show. If the same number of people went each day,how many people attended the car show on Saturday? My answer is 1,236. Is my answer correct? If not please show me how to work this problem.

**5th grade math **

Samara keeps her collection of hair bows in a box. She has 20 white bows, 20 red bows, 15 yellow bows, 25 green bows, and 20 pink bows. If she pulls out 1 bow at random, what is the probability the bow will be yellow? Can someone show me how to work this problem out?

**5th grade math**

Thank you for explaining to me!

**5th grade math**

A coin is tossed twice. What is the probability of tossing 2 tails? What is the probability of tossing 1 tail & 1 head? can you please show me how to do this problem?

**5th grade math**

Thanks Ms. Sue!

**5th grade math**

Can you please show me how to work out the problem so that I can understand it?

**5th grade math**

Ms. Sue, Sorry. The question is If he puts the base and one of the sides together first, what fraction of the total board will he have used?

**5th grade math**

Derek is building a bird feeder to sell at a crafts fair. He is using a board that is 4 feet long. He will cut one piece that is 2 feet long for the base. Then he will use the rest of the board and cut it into two pieces of equal length for the sides. If he puts the and one of...

**5th grade math**

Thank you Henry for showing me how to solve the problem!

**5th grade math**

In the fourth grade class at Baker Elementary, 9 students are left-handed. The fifth grade has 7 left-handed students and the sixth grade has 6. The number of students in the fourth grade is 3 times the number of left-handed students in the class. The sixth grade has 3 more st...

**5TH GRADE MATH**

John placed 128 beads in equal rows to make an art project. His friend Mark used 125 beads to make a similar project. Is it possible for their projects to contain the same number of beads in a row? Please show and explain the answer.

**5TH GRADE Math**

Can you please show me how to find the common factors of each set of numbers. 1. 1,4,8,32______ 2. 1,3,6,12,24_____

**5TH GRADE MATH**

Thank you Mr. Bob Pursley for helping on these questions.

**5TH GRADE MATH**

Ron has 4 new songs on his MP3 player. In how many different order can he burn them to a cd?

**5TH GRADE MATH**

FRANK, KENDRA, AND LIN ARE PAINTING A MURAL. THERE ARE 2 SETS OF PAINTS, EACH WITH 50 COLORS. PAINTS ARE PASSED OUT UNTIL EVERYONE HAS THE SAME NUMBER. HOW MANY COLORS DOES EACH WORKER GET?

**5TH GRADE MATH**

SIXTY-SEVEN STUDENTS ARE GOING ON A FIELD TRIP TO THE ZOO. THE PRINCIPAL NEEDS TO DECIDE HOW MANY CARS AND VANS ARE NEEDED TO TRANSPORT THE STUDENTS. EACH CAR CAN SEAT 5 STUDENTS AND EACH VAN SEATS 9. THE PRINCIPAL WOULD LIKE TO USE THE FEWEST NUMBER OF VEHICLES POSSIBLE. HOW ...

**5TH GRADE MATH**

EXPLAIN HOW YOU INTERPRET THE REMAINDER. THERE ARE 10 PENCILS TO BE GIVEN TO 3 STUDENTS. HOW MANY PENCILS DOES EACH STUDENT GET?

**Chemistry**

Lol same boat buddy.

**Chemistry**

Hi Gregory.

**chemistry**

Using data from the following reactions and applying Hess's law, calculate the heat change for the slow reaction of zinc with water (answer must be in kJ/mol Zn): Zn(s) + 2 H2O(l) ----> Zn^2+(aq) + 2 OH-(aq) + H2(g) (ΔHrxn = ?) H+(aq) + OH-(aq) ----> H2O(l) ( ...

**english**

Explain the process by which Hrothga wins power and fame.

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