# Posts by ariel

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**English 10 Check**

ok, can I ask why you disagree with 3 because I kinda thought that, that statement wouldn't be suitible to start a paragraph.

**English 10 Check**

Below, you will find a list of sentences. After each sentence, select true if the topic of the statement is suitable to form the basis of a single persuasive paragraph. If the topic of the statement in your textbook is unsuitable for a single persuasive paragraph, select false...

**English 10 HELP**

Thanks:)

**English 10 HELP**

out of 50 review questions I'm struggling with these. Someone please check/correct my answers! Look at the following pairs of sentences. Identify whether or not they are simple time relationships or cause-and-effect relationships. 1.)Clark was hammering a nail into the ...

**Geometry HELP**

Ok, I didn't mean to. The first time I posted it was a homework, the second time it was a review. So I didn't realize it was the same. I will make sure I keep track of my posting's from now on:)

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks:)

**Geometry HELP**

Which set of points are collinear? a.)A(-1,5); B(2,6); C(4,7) b.)A(0,0); B(1/2,3); C(1,5) c.)A(-4,-2); B(0,-4); C(2,-5)

**Geometry HELP**

A soccer ball has diameter of 400 mm. A pin is stuck into the ball such that it creates the chord AC, which is 20 mm. What is the distance from the chord formed by the pin, and what is the length of EB? (Hint: CD=radius) a.)0.125 mm b.)0.5 mm c.)0.25 mm

**Geometry HELP**

This has a diagram but I can't post it! 1.)In the figure above, PQRS is an inscribed quadrilateral, and the measure of arc RSP=206º. What is mâˆ PST? a.)103º b.)206º c.)360º

**Geometry HELP**

1.)In the figure above, PQRS is an inscribed quadrilateral, and the measure of arc RSP=206º. What is mâˆ PST? a.)103º b.)206º c.)360º

**Geometry Help**

Thanks:)

**Geometry Help**

1.) An isosceles triangle Î”ABC has its altitude at the y-axis and its base at the x-axis. D is the midpoint of segment AC and E is the midpoint of segment CB. Given the coordinates A(-2a, 0), B(2a, 0), and C(0, 2b), determine the coordinates of midpoints D and E. a...

**Geometry Help**

Thanks:)

**Geometry Help**

Out of 60 review questions I struggled with these ones. Someone please help!! 1.) The length of one side of a regular polygon is half the length of a similar polygon. What is the ratio of their areas? a.)1/2 b.)1/4 c.)1 2.)A patchwork quilt is made up of two different sized ...

**Geometry HELP**

This is an interesting problem:) Thanks!!

**Geometry HELP**

In a rhombus, one diagonal has a length of 10 cm and the area is 120 cm2. Find the length of one side. a.)10cm b.)12cm c.)13cm

**writing**

k, what needs edited

**more math**

If c=12âˆš3 cm, then a=___ and b=___. well this is for problem has a 30, 60,90 triangle. But thanks:)

**math**

1.) =10 2.) =0.2493 3.) =âˆš2/2

**Geometry Check**

Which set of points are collinear? a.)A(-1,5); B(2,6); C(4,7) b.)A(0,0); B(1/2,3); C(1,5) c.)A(-4,-2); B(0,-4); C(2,-5) when i graph them they all look straight to me but the one I pick is A(-1,5); B(2,6); C(4,7)

**Geometry cheak**

Thank you:)

**Geometry cheak**

Choose whether the lines given below are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 4x - 6y = 9; 3x - 2y = 11 -6y+4x=9 -2y+3x=11 -6y=(9/-6)-(4/-6x) -2y=(11/-2)-(3/-2) y=2/3x+-3/2 y=-3/2x+-11/2 so they would be perpendicular. Is this right??

**English HELP**

Thanks:)

**English HELP**

Has anyone ever read "The Ambitious Guest" by Nathaniel Hawthorne?

**math 157**

For instructions and examples go to google and type in: how to make a histogram, then click on the first result that shows up and or the next few. This should help.

**Geometry HELP**

ok thank you very much the website helped ALOTT :)

**Geometry HELP**

Using coordinate geometry to prove that the diagonals of a square are perpendicular to each other. Given: Vertices are at A(0,0), B(a,0), C(a,a) and D(0,a) Slope of AC=1; Slope of BD=-1 type your proof. (I've gotten help on this earlier but I still don't understand. ...

**Plz Check my Geometry (Urgent)**

Thanks:)

**Plz Check my Geometry (Urgent)**

***I know I've posted this several times but it's like getting skipped and or no one has gone over it so I'm posting it one more time before I go to bed. I need to have these checked by tommorrow PLEASE!*** Out of 31 questions these are ones I struggled with. after...

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

Out of 31 questions these are ones I struggled with. after the = sign is what I think the answer( except for #4, I don't know what to do at all), is so if I'm wrong can someone correct it with an explanation/formula with it please? 1.) Find the area of the ...

**elementary**

so are you asking other ways to have handled the science lab?

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

ok :)

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

Out of 31 questions these are ones I struggled with. after the = sign is what I think the answer( except for #4, I don't know what to do at all), is so if I'm wrong can someone correct it with an explanation/formula with it please? 1.) Find the area of the ...

**Geometry HELP**

Find the volume of a regular hexagonal prism if the measure of one side of the base is 14 and the height is 10. a.)140âˆš2 cm^3 b.)2940âˆš3 cm^3 c.)140 cm^3 I was thinkin the answer is 140âˆš2 cm^3

**Geometry HELP**

Using coordinate geometry to prove that the diagonals of a square are perpendicular to each other. Given: Vertices are at A(0,0), B(a,0), C(a,a) and D(0,a) Slope of AC=1; Slope of BD=-1 Type your proof. (someone plz help cuz i don't understand)

**Geometry HELP**

An isosceles triangle Î”ABC has its altitude at the y-axis and its base at the x-axis. D is the midpoint of segment AC and E is the midpoint of segment CB. Given the coordinates A(-2a, 0), B(2a, 0), and C(0, 2b), determine the coordinates of midpoints D and E. a.)D(...

**Geometry HELP**

I will Thank you:)

**Geometry HELP**

What is the equation for a circle with a diameter having the following endpoints: N(0,1) and Q(18,1)? a.)(x - 9)^2 + (y - 1)^2 = 81 b.)(x + 2)^2 + (y - 7)^2 = 56 c.)(x)^2 + (y)^2 = 72

**Geometry HELP**

Find the area of the parallelogram. (base(s)=10cm, slant/side length(s)=6cm, h=? and the angle measure is 60degrees. a.)15âˆš3 cm^2 b.)30âˆš3 cm^2 c.)15âˆš2 cm^2 I think it's 30âˆš3 cm^2.

**poetry**

I can't write the whole poem for you or you won't learn anything so is there something specific that you need help with?

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks:)

**Geometry HELP**

Find the midpoint of the segment whose endpoints are (0,1) and (-2,3). a.)(1,4) b.)(-1,2) c.)(4,1) I think it's (-1,2)

**Geometry cheak**

Thanks:)

**Geometry cheak**

What is the equation of the circle with the center at the origin and with a radius of 9? a.)x^2 + y^2 = 81 b.)(x - 1)^2 + (y - 1)^2 = 18 c.)x^2 + y^2 = 18 I'm pretty sure the answer is: x^2 + y^2 = 81

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks and I will make sure i use ^ before exponents:)

**Geometry HELP**

Find the center and radius of the circle with the equation (x - 2)2 + y2 = 5. a.)(2,0), âˆš5 b.)(-2,0), 5 c.)(-2,0), âˆš5

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

Thanks:)

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

Out of 30 questions these few I struggled with. I put what I feel was right but to be sure I would like some one to check my answers and if there wrong redirect me on how to get the correct answer.( after the = is the answer i think it is.

**Plz Check my Geometry(sOo0n)**

1.) Given points A(-4, 5), B(2, 3), C(0, 4) and D(5, 0), decide if AB and CD are parallel, perpendicular or neither. =Neither 2.)Given the equations y = 1x + 7 and y = 3x - 2, decide whether the lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. =neither 3.) Given the equations y...

**Geometry HELP**

Find the center and radius of the circle with the equation (x - 2)2 + y2 = 5. a.)(2,0), âˆš5 b.)(-2,0), 5 c.)(-2,0), âˆš5

**child growth development**

A is correct:P

**child growth and development**

a. Fetal alcohol

**math**

This took some work:P (1) 3 quarters (2) 7 dimes; 1 nickel (3) 15 nickels Then it gets tricky: (4) 2 quarters, 5 nickels (5) 2, quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel (6) 1 more time to convert 1 dime into 2 nickels (7) 1 quarter, 10 nickels (8) 1 quarter, 5 dimes (9-12) 4 more times to ...

**Plz Check My Geometry**

oh ok

**Plz Check My Geometry**

perpendicular

**Plz Check My Geometry**

Out of 30 questions these few I struggled with. I put what I feel was right but to be sure I would like some one to check my answers and if there wrong redirect me on how to get the correct answer.( after the = is the answer i think it is. 1.) Given points A(-4, 5), B(2, 3), C...

**Math**

Your Welcome :)

**Math**

A domain is the set of numbers which are valid values for the independent variable. The range is the set of valid numbers for the dependent variable. The angle of the sun over the horizon over the course of the day would be fairly easy to model. The domain would be the hours ...

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks:)

**Geometry HELP**

Rhombus WXYZ has vertices W(1,2), X(4,3), Y(3,0) and Z(0,-1). Find the lengths of diagonals WY and XZ. a.)WY=2âˆš2; XZ=4âˆš2 b.)WY=2âˆš4; XZ=2âˆš2 c.)WY=2âˆš4; XZ=4âˆš2

**Geography**

here are some notes that may give you some ideas:) *The thickness of the troposphere depends upon a number of atmospheric variables at latitude. The troposphere ranges from a thickness of approximately 5.5 mi (9 km) in the polar regions, to a thickness of approximately 10 mi (...

**Geometry**

depends on the quantity.

**Geometry HELP**

yes the angle was 60.

**Geometry HELP**

Find the area of the parallelogram.( with base(s)=10 and the side length(s)=6cm. I don't know the height or area so how do I get my answer? here are the multiple choice answers. a.)15âˆš3 cm^2 b.)15âˆš2 cm^2 c.) 30âˆš3 cm^2

**social studies**

Sarah Bagley was a strong supporter of women's rights. She formed the group called the Lowell Female Labor Reform Association, which called for a ten hour workday.

**Newspaper**

1.) yes, there can be more than one advertisments on one page. 2.) pre-war electronics, malaria cures, business roll lists.

**Plz Check My Geometry**

Out of 30 questions these few I struggled with. I put what I feel was right but to be sure I would like some one to check my answers and if there wrong redirect me on how to get the correct answer.( after the = is the answer i think it is. 1.) Given points A(-4, 5), B(2, 3), C...

**Geometry HELP**

Thank you:)

**Geometry HELP**

Choose the correct slope-intercept form of the following equation and identify the slope and y-intercept. x + 2y = 5 a.)2x + y = 3; m=2; b=3 b.)y = 3x + 2; m=-4; b=0 c.)y = -1/2x + 5/2; m=-1/2; b=5/2

**Geometry HELP**

Thank you both:)

**Geometry HELP**

so would the correct answer be a.) 4b/a

**Geometry HELP**

A line passes through the points K(2a,3b) and R(a,-b). What is the slope? a.)4b/a b.)4ab c.)4a/b

**Geometry HELP**

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**Geometry HELP**

Find the line that passes through the point (0, 2) and is parallel to the line y = -7/3x - 4. a.)y = -7/3x + 2 b.)y = 7/3x - 4 c.)y = 3/7x - 4

**Geometry HELP**

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**Geometry HELP**

Which of the following lines is perpendicular to the line x + y = 3? a.)3y + 3x = 1 b.)y = x + 1/2 c.)y = -x + 3

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks:)

**Geometry HELP**

I'm not sure but I think it's y=3x+7 can someone tell me if I'm right?

**Geometry HELP**

Write the equation for the line in slope-intercept form:Slope: m=3; Y-intercept: B=7 a.)y - 3 = 7(x - 3) b.)y = 3x + 7 c.)y = 7x - 3

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks:)

**Geometry HELP**

I figured out the answer by using the slope intercept formula: y-y1=m(x-x1) y - 4 = 1/3(x - 3)

**Geometry HELP**

A line has a slope m=1/3 and it passes through the point (3, 4). Find the equation for the line in slope-intercept form. a.)y = 1/3x + 3 b.)y - 4 = 1/3(x - 3) c.)y - 3 = 1/3(x - 4)

**Geometry HELP**

Thanks :)

**Geometry HELP**

1.) Given points A(-4, 5), B(2, 3), C(0, 4) and D(5, 0), decide if AB and CD are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 2.)Given the equations y = 1x + 7 and y = 3x - 2, decide whether the lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. 3.) Given the equations y = 4/3x - 3 and y...

**Geometry HELP**

Thank you:)

**Geometry HELP**

Find the slope of the line that contains points (3, 2) and (-3, 6). a.)3/2 b.)Undefined c.)-2/3

**Geometry HELP**

Thank you:)

**Geometry HELP**

A line passes through points (x, 7) and (3, 2). The slope of the line is 1/2. Find x. a.)5 b.)13 c.)3.5

**Math**

Your welcome:)

**Math**

Well yes, but it would be called a Straight-line equation. They have a simple variable expressions with no exponents on them. If you see an equation with only x and y â€” as opposed to, say x2 or sqrt(y) â€” then you're dealing with a ...

**Math**

x=k where k is a constant is NOT a linear equation. Linear equations consist of a variable. A constant CANNOT be a variable therefore x=k is NOT a linear equation. Neither is y=k. Linear equations have a slope, if it doesn't then it's not a linear equation.*** All ...

**math**

Use this formula: height=2*K/base

**Math**

6^2+7=43

**english**

Exposition - The exposition starts with the prologue and the first fight setting the stage and the mood of the rivaling families. The prologue states that these two families have been feuding for a long time and that two lovers will die because of it. The fight shows the ...

**English**

A depressed mood has a side affect of self-consciousness that includes negitive thoughts. self-consciousness is really just self awareness. Hope that helps:)

**Geometry 10th grade**

If my outcome is correct the perimeter should be 20. I did this by drawing to separate triangle and labeling each one KLM and JHG. With the information you gave it said that KLM ad JHG are congruent. Then I drew the big triangle and combined them. all together the triangle ...

**Communication and Gender Studies**

3.) I forgot to mention sexual discrimination!!!

**Communication and Gender Studies**

I haven't recently witnessed anything serious or anything but I've had friends tell me things: 1.) The ability of girls being able to play "boy" sports is unacceptable to alot of coaches/ schools. 2.) Women being abused if they don't do their "women ...

**physics**

9.8(2.16/s)=

**physics**

Try using the velocity formula:(V=velocity, d=distance, and t=time) V=d/t