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April 16, 2014

April 16, 2014

Total # Posts: 9

**Math**

I have to make two equations with the two integers {9, -3} and {2, 4}. The equations have to be done by the additon/ subtraction method and they have to become the solutions to a system, however, I do not know how to do that. Please help.

**ALGEBRA**

If the global climate were to warm significantly as a result of the greenhouse effect or other climatic change, the Arctic ice cap would start to melt. This ice cap contains the equivalent of some 680,000 cubic miles of water. More than 200 million people live on land that is ...

**ALGEBRA**

If the cost of a cell phone has decreased 400% during the past 10 years, does that correspond to a cost decrease of four times? Explain your answer as though you were talking to someone who has never taken algebra.

**math**

how do you do capacity using only gallos

**algebra **

Someone please help me not sure if I even know what I am doing with any of this. write the following ratios in simplest form 5 3/5 to 2 1/10 5 3/5 2 1/10 x 100/100 = 8/20 = 2/5 the ratio of 7 dimes to 3 quarters 7/3 x 100/100 = 700/300 = 175/75 solve the following applications...

**MATH**

Someone please help me not sure if I even know what I am doing with any of this. write the following ratios in simplest form 5 3/5 to 2 1/10 5 3/5 2 1/10 x 100/100 = 8/20 = 2/5 the ratio of 7 dimes to 3 quarters 7/3 x 100/100 = 700/300 = 175/75 solve the following applications...

**MATH **

Thank you MathMate, you're a life saver

**MATH **

A CIRCULAR COFFEE TABLE HAS A DIAMETER IF 5FT. WHAT WILL THE COST BE TO BE REFINISHED IF THE COMPANY CHARGES $3.00 PER SQUARE FOOT? A+=+pi%2Ar%5E2 r+=+2.5 A+=+pi%2A2.5%5E2 A+=+pi%2A6.25 A+=+19.635 ft2 If cost = C C+=+3%2A19.635 C = $58.90 answer

**Science**

Should there be more or less exploration and mining on public lands in the United States? Explain your answer. Background: In completing this discussion question, you may want to list the pros and cons of allowing more mineral exploration and mining on public lands in the Unit...

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