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April 25, 2014

April 25, 2014

Total # Posts: 38

**math**

Judie weighed 7 3/8 pounds when she was born .By the age of 6 she was 5 times as heavy . if A stands for pounds Write the equation you would use to find Judie weight at age 6

**achieving academic excellence**

An example of an objective test is: A. short answers. B. essay-type exam. C. fill in the blanks. D. discussion board.

**Achieving Academic Excellence**

A discussion board in an online course can be another form of: A. communication. B. assessment. C. objective test. D. free expression.

**Achieving Academic Excellence**

The measure of how much we understood and learned in a college course is referred to as: A. assessments. B. grades. C. testing. D. feedback.

**Still waiting for help...**

My teacher wrote up the questions....

**Still waiting for help...**

How did the cultural contact between Europeans and the First Nations affect the ways of life of people who lived on the Rupert river?

**Hstory help asap**

How did the cultural contact between Europeans and the First Nations affect the ways of life of people who lived on the Rupert river?

**History**

Where did the first nations settle ?

**History**

How is Richard Blanshard remembered ?

**math- subtract fractions**

76/10 - 3 5/10 71/10 would be 7 1/10 + 3 = 10 1/10

**math- adding fractions**

well i mean subtracting*

**math- adding fractions**

I seriously need one more and I'm done :D 38/5 - 3 and 1/2

**Math-Adding fractions**

21/4 - 22/5

**Math fractions**

sorry about the other one its a type its 2 and 1/5 + 7/3 + 5 and 1/2

**Math- Adding Fractions**

2 and 1/5 + 7/5 + 5 and 1/2 Help asap

**Math**

Explain the pattern rule. a) -2,4,-8,16,-32 b) -15,30,90,-360

**Math PLEASE HELP ASAP AHHHH**

The product of two integers is between -20 and -25. What are the integers? Give 5 answers.

**Math**

The product of two integers is between -20 and -25. What are the integers? Give 5 answers.

**Grade 8 math**

What is the greatest possible product of any two numbers in this list? Explain your answer. -3,-7,-15,6

**Math**

Write a repeated addition question for each multiplication , and then solve. a) 2 x (-9) b) (4)(8) c) (3)(-6) d) (7)(0)

**Math**

I think it's 12.

**english**

information from the Internet is: always credible. a good source for research material. the easiest material to research. as good as library materials. is it A

**english**

1. Achieving goals you set is greatly helped by: writing down your long-term goals. your learning style. managing your time efficiently. getting good grades. is it A 2. To actively read means to: read aloud. concentrate on understanding. read fast. minimize note-taking. is it ...

**english**

1. You want to discover your learning style because: you are curious. it lets you know how you learn best. it makes learning easy. you want to know if you are visual or auditory. it is B 2. Online learning is impossible without: information literacy. media literacy. the use of...

**chemistry**

Calculate the surface energy of the (100) plane of niobium. The heat of atomization is 745 kJ/mol. Express your answer in J/cm2

**English: Please help**

i need helppppp pleasee!!

**calculus**

If z = 2cis 60°, find z^4 in rectangular form.

**Physics**

A 20kg mass is to be pulled up a slope inclined at 30 degree to the horizontal.If the efficiency of the plane is 75% find the force required to pull the load up the plane.

**Physics**

A 20kg mass is to be pulled up a slope inclined at 30 degree to the horizontal.If the efficiency of the plane is 75% find the force required to pull the load up the plane.

**SCIENce**

1 is answer?

**SCIENce**

IN both plant and animal cells, the cell membrane 1. Produces enzymes 2. controls reproduction 3.is composed of sugars 4. regulates diffuion

**Math**

$884.02

**chemistry**

calculate the percent composition for NaOH and the tell how many grams of each elements are in a 14 gram sample.

**physics**

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

**physics**

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

**physics**

Suppose an astronaut drops a feather from 1.4 m above the surface of the Moon. If the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon is 1.62 m/s2 downward, how long does it take the feather to hit the Moon's surface?

**7th grade Math**

i dont get two methods too solve it

**morrow high**

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