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Chemistry
An isotonic solution contains 0.88% NaCl by mass per volume. Calculate the percent mass per volume for isotonic solutions containing each of the following solutes at 15 degrees C. Assume a van't Hoff factor of 1.9 for all ionic solutes. KCL NaBr Glucose
September 17, 2009

Language
What part of speech is the word "color" in the sentence: His hair is the color of shimmering gold. I think it is a noun.
September 15, 2009

algebra
2 4 - - - a b
September 15, 2009

6th grade Math
whats the divisibility rule for 90
September 8, 2009

Maths
Eleven people, 7 men and 4 women, successfully completed their study at the School of Astronautics. A team of 6 people needs to be selected from them for the next intergalactic travel. In how many ways can 6 astronauts be selected, if at least 2 women and 3 men must be in the ...
July 15, 2009

math
thank you so much
June 16, 2009

math
Oh, it was me who posted the last post as anonymous, i forgot to put my name in!
June 16, 2009

math
I have the same question as Sally: What is the prime factorization of 225? Or, just how do you find prime factorization??? Thanks.
June 16, 2009

English/Music
I need to come up with a song that has lyrics that are full of schemes and tropes and it must be school appropriate and a current hit. I have no idea what to pick, any ideas?
June 3, 2009

math
30 is added to 1/3 of a number. the results is double the number. What is the number?
May 14, 2009

Calculus
Yeah?
May 6, 2009

Calculus
Is the function F(x)= the square root of 1-x^2 continuous at x = 1? Give the reason for your answer.
May 6, 2009

Physical Science
How are energy, work, and power related?
May 5, 2009

6thgrade math
how many feet are in 3 yards
April 29, 2009

socail studies
why was the roman coliseum built please respond quikly thanks ~tyler
April 27, 2009

math
Kendis types 150 words in 2 min, how many words does she type in 1 min? And how do you get the answer!..thanks
April 20, 2009

Math
A piano has 88 keys. Show with numbers the probability of hitting a particular key if you shut your eyes and strike one key.
April 3, 2009

physics
How much work in joules is done by a person who uses a force of 25 N to move a desk 3 m? Show work and formula.
March 24, 2009

math
how do you determine whether{(1,4),(2,6),(3,7),(4,4)} is a function????
March 19, 2009

English/Social Studies
I have to pick a topic that involes oppression in recent times. A lot of other kids picked oppression against homosexuals and racial oppression. I want to stand out from the other kids in my classand I have no clue what to pick. It needs to be attention grabbing and draw the ...
March 15, 2009

6th math
how to find pie
March 3, 2009

math
a number between 1 and 100. If it is divided by 3 or 5, remainder is 1. If it is divided by 7, there is no remainder: what is my member?
February 19, 2009

math -please help!! asap
what is the vertical and horizontal difference between the two eqautions on a graph? Here are the eqautions- y=2x+3 y=2x-4 please help me on this. These two eqautions when graphed are parralell to each other i believe. But im not sure how to calculate the difference in ...
February 16, 2009

math
what is the vertical and horizontal difference between the two eqautions on a graph? Here are the eqautions- y=2x+3 y=2x-4 please help me on this. These two eqautions when graphed are parralell to each other. But im not sure how to calculate the difference in vertical and ...
February 16, 2009

Chemistry/Dimensional Analysis
The EPa detection limit for phosphate in water samples is 0.0450 milligrams per liter. Can phosphate be detected if 55.0 nanograms are found in 500.0 mL of solution? Show your calculations and explain.
February 8, 2009

Chemistry/Dimensional Analysis
The EPa detection limit for phosphate in water samples is 0.0450 milligrams per liter. Can phosphate be detected if 55.0 nanograms are found in 500.0 mL of solution? Show your calculations and explain.
February 8, 2009

Spelling
analogy flower is to rose as tree is to what?
January 28, 2009

math
i have 5 coins, penny, nickel,dime,quarter and a loonie. Ho many different amounts of money could i pay using any combinations of these coins?
January 28, 2009

Math word gr 8
For the month of January, the average afternoon temperature in Calgard is 1/4 the average morning temperature. The average afternoon temperature is -4 C. What is teh average morning temperature? a.) If m represents the average morning temperature, what equation models this ...
January 26, 2009

8th grade
People can be left-handed, right-handed or ambidextrous. The number of boys in Canadian secondary schools who are left handed is about 1/7 the number of boys who are right-handed. About 11% of boys are left-handed. Write and solve an equation to determine what percent of boys ...
January 26, 2009

8th grade - math
3 = y/-4 Does y = 12? Show the work
January 26, 2009

Science
i don't care
January 22, 2009

Literature
From Act I of "Julius Caesar"/ 1) How do the workmen celebrate as the play begins? 2) Who does their celebration annoy Flavius and Marullus? 3) What warning does the soothsayer give to Caesar? 4) What does Caesar's reaction tell you about him?
January 22, 2009

Math intermediate algebra
how do i find the prediction equation for a given set of data? Final tomorrow plzz help
January 22, 2009

Intermediate Algebra
how do you find the prediction equation for a given set of data? plz help final tomorrow!!
January 21, 2009

MAtH
16 gallons. add 175 and 225 together and divide them by 25.
January 21, 2009

math
200 by 100
January 21, 2009

Math
are these in correct order from least to greatest 100feet, 10,000inches, 1km, 1 mile
January 21, 2009

Math
ok so it would be 100ft, than 10,000in than 1 km & 1 mile correct?
January 21, 2009

Math
put these in order from least to greatest 1 kilometer, 1 mile, 100 feet, 10,000inches. I believe it would be 10,000inches, 100ft, 1km, 1 mile?
January 21, 2009

Math
A swimming pool is 50 meters long. If I swim 60 lengths of the pool each day for one week (7 days) how many kilometers did I swim? Would the answer be 1050km? 50m * .05km * 60 *7 = 1050km
January 21, 2009

math
if I have 1/2 liter of while and drink another 750 milliliters of water how many liters of water did I drink in all? I believe it is 1 and 1/4 is this correct?
January 21, 2009

Math
How do I convert mg to g? Do I divide the number by 1000? For instance 950mg = how many g? I think it would be .95g if I divide the 950mg to g correct or??
January 21, 2009

Math
If a chef uses 200 grams of ground beef to make one hamburger patty, how many patties can he make from a 5 kilogram package of ground beef. I believe the answer would be 25 patties, but not too sure how I got that answer and if it's correct
January 21, 2009

Math
which measure is not equivalent to the others? 0.0048km, 4800mm, 48cm, 4.8 meters I believe the answer is 48cm. It should actually be 480cm correct?
January 21, 2009

Introduction To Teacher Aide
1 is A 2 is B 3 is C 4 is B 7 is C 8 is A 11 is B for sure and im to lazy to answer the rest
January 9, 2009

biology
How does the process of photosynthesis impact the flow of energy and the cycling of nutrients
January 8, 2009

4th grade
1296
January 8, 2009

Biology
Describe the feedback mechanism that occurs at the stomates of plants.
January 4, 2009

8th grade
What federal officials are elected for the longest terms?
December 14, 2008

science
what does the addition of salt to water do to the density and how would you explain it
December 10, 2008

French
can you help me with the first one so I can get some idea? bay-euh-air-enn
December 3, 2008

French
Using the French Alphabet, write out the capital of French speaking countries that are spelled below. bay-euh-air-enn ell-ew-eeks-euh-emm-bay-oh-ew-air-zhjay I can't figure these out. Can you help? Maybe get me started?
December 3, 2008

Trigonometry
Thank you!
November 29, 2008

MATH
267
November 18, 2008

geo again last 2
Start studying!
November 17, 2008

Math gr 8
thank you
November 4, 2008

Math gr 8
Nope - need help the whole way - supposed to be about ratios
November 4, 2008

Math gr 8
Neil ran 1500 m in 6.5 min. Dario ran 400 m in 1.5 min. Whose average speed was greater? Show work
November 4, 2008

English
I have a paper that is due tomorrow and I need to include my personal interview,and it has to be APA format.Are there any example paper that I can get an Idea of how its suppose to go
October 25, 2008

7th grade
how do you identify complements?
October 22, 2008

math
It's zero because negative numbers are the opposite of non-negative numbers. For example, you can rewrite ideas you are already familiar with using negative numbers: 1 - 1 = 1 + -1 = 0 -1 - 1 = -1 + -1 = -2 -1 - -1 = -1 + --1 = -1 + 1 = 0 Two negative signs on the same ...
October 19, 2008

math
26 letters in the alphabet 10 numbers (0-9) An easy way to think about it is like this: If you have one number there are ten possible numbers (0-9). If you have two numbers you know that there are 10 possible numbers for each position (00-99), which is 10*10 . Letters have 26 ...
October 18, 2008

Math
I'm not sure what grade/math level you are at. Reasoning: There are two sides that are 11cm. You have 22 cm already. 76-22 will get you 54. What number adds up to 54? 25 adds up to 50, 26 adds up to 52, 27 adds up to 54. Anything higher than 27 will make it greater than ...
October 17, 2008

Math
Substitution method: 6x+5y=17 x=53-8y Solve for a variable and substitute it in to one of the equations. The easiest way with these two equations is to take x from the second equation and substitute it in to the first equation. 6(53-8y)+5y = 17 618 - 48y + 5y = 17 -48y + 5y = ...
October 17, 2008

sCIENCE
ON WHAt part of the HR diagram would the majority of the main-sequence stars be found? Is that the far corners or middle? There's also top half or bottom half, but I think it's far corners or the middle.
October 14, 2008

Science
What is the temperature of the star Canopus on an h-r DIAGRAM?
October 14, 2008

Science
As they age, _________ stars move up and to the right on an H-R diagram? Is it the bright stars?
October 14, 2008

Science
Do I have these correct according to the H-R Diagram? Hot (blue stars) are on the left side of the modern H-R diagram bright stars are the top of modern H-R diagram cool (red) stars are the ride side side of modern H-R diagram dim stars are the bottom of modern H-R diagram
October 14, 2008

Science
Do I have the following stars in order from earliest in life cycle to oldest in life cycle? main-sequence red giant white dwarf
October 14, 2008

Social Studies
Canada, like all nations, has scarcity. The country that you have came from also has scarcity. Although the scarcity in your country is obvious and easy to see and in Canada it is not as visible, both countries share the common agony of scarcity. At the moment Canada is ...
September 30, 2008

Math
worlds population was 3,559,028,982 people. When this number is written in expanded form using exponents, one power of 10 would not be represented. Which Power of 10 and Why?
September 17, 2008

science
How to read a metric ruler. Question is what lengths are indicated on this ruler. It has 5 for centimeters and 5 for mm. But some of the mm are in between the centimeters. How would I figure out what the answer is? Thanks
September 14, 2008

science
How do you read a triple beam balance?
September 10, 2008

georgraphy
which country in asia bordersthe arctic ocean
September 8, 2008

georgraphy
which country in africa is larger algeria or egypt
September 8, 2008

georgraphy
which country is north america is farther north
September 8, 2008

georgraphy
which continent borders antarctica
September 8, 2008

georgraphy
which ocean would you cross to get from africa to south america
September 8, 2008

3rd grade
what continent is south of europe
September 8, 2008

biology
what are the functions of the nuclear membrane and the nucleolus?
September 7, 2008

Biology
nucleus=both nucleolus=both ribosome=both ER=both golgi apparatus=both vacuoles=both lysosmes=both chloroplasts=plant mitochondria=both
September 6, 2008

Science
Have I matched the right Scientists with these famous sayings: Scientists: Ptolemy, Kepler, Copernicus, Newton, Galileo, Brahe & Hubble. 1)"I've finally worked out an explanation as to why planets orbit the sun and moons orbit planets. It is gravity that keeps an ...
September 4, 2008

Science
How are centimeter & millimeter alike?
August 28, 2008

Science
How are meter & Liter alike?
August 28, 2008

science
"independent" & "dependent" are types of these
August 26, 2008

Math
Thank you. Found the answer. Shoulda googled it first. hehe
August 26, 2008

Math
a) 7/64 b) 168 c) 64/7 d) 3/56 e) 24/7 f) None of the above.
August 26, 2008

Math
U is jointly proportional to V and W . Let k be the constant proportionality. If U = 3 when V = 8 and W = 7, find k
August 26, 2008

Calculus
Is this calculus or simple reasoning? If the latter: (3x+1)^1/2=8 square both sides =3x+1=64 =3x=63 x=63/3 x=21
August 23, 2008

Reading Com.
What light is to greece, space is to Canada. Awareness in almost every direction lie uninhabited land that has shaped the perceptions of artists, defined national character, determined an architecture and established Canadian way of seeing. Canadian Artists are: a) preoccupied...
August 23, 2008

English-reading
But "there" can also be referred to Meadowland, and not "meadows". In "in Meadowland, a major sport center is located there" Ahh well, I give up and take B as the answer.. Thank you all.
August 23, 2008

English-reading
No. cant be. It's multiple choice. Choice A + D doesn't contribute to the passage. Choice A is wrong because one can assume the land is small, if compared with others . Choice D is false because it didnt say the previous price. am I on the ball-part?
August 23, 2008

English-reading
But it says the sports complex is located in Meadowland, supposely a city. Whereas the meadows (foul smell) mostly like to contribute a swampland. Or Im just too confused?
August 23, 2008

English-reading
oh yea; my choice: c. cause it currently just a marshland. Is this correct?
August 23, 2008

English-reading
Here's one: In NJ, "meadows" were more than mockery by residents because of the foul smell and insect-infested habitt. Today, in Meadowland, a major sport center is located there. Directly across is 18000 acres of land that overlap several communities. This ...
August 23, 2008

English
Can you please show me a sample of a diagrammed sentence with phrases?
July 20, 2008

Math
15sqrt8x^16 / 5sqrt2x^4
June 26, 2008

History
Passive resistance included boycotting British goods and refusing to pay taxes?
June 21, 2008

Science
is it eggs, than larvae, than tadpole, than tadpole with legs, then froglet and what is the one in between adult frog
May 29, 2008

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