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September 21, 2014

September 21, 2014

Total # Posts: 428

**SOCIAL STUDIES**

HOW DID MARTIN LUTHER KING AFFECT HISTORY
*February 8, 2009*

**science**

clay and silt together are called what?
*January 19, 2009*

**9th grade**

Yes thank you
*December 8, 2008*

**9th grade**

12y-5y-2=0
*December 8, 2008*

**Fractions From greatest to least**

Where can I fing help with Fraction greatest to least? Ariel
*November 19, 2008*

**math**

you have to solve for x in both problems. in the first problem you have to find common denominators before adding them together. then add them together and solve for x. x=2.4 in the second problem you have to find out what x is less than. add four to both sides then divide by...
*November 16, 2008*

**math**

like terms are terms that look the same. ex: 2x+3-2=12 the +3 and the -2 are like terms so you can combine them together. 2x-1=12
*November 16, 2008*

**college algebra**

you have to solve for x. -3(x+5)+3 distribute. you'll get... -3x-15+3=12 combine like terms. -3x-12=12 solve for x. add 12 to both sides. -3x=24 divide both sides by -3 x=-8 plug the-8 back in to x to see if your answer is right. -3(x+5)+3=12 -3(-8+5)+3=? -3(-3)+3=? 9+3=? ...
*November 16, 2008*

**algebra 2**

L=-2 because... a=lw 4=(1-3)L 4=-2L divide both sides by -2 -2=L
*November 16, 2008*

**trig**

you need to use a calculator for this.. but... sin64=.920 tan21=-1.53 cos67.4=-.144
*November 16, 2008*

**algebra**

the answers are... w=23 l=30 use this formula... 2L+2W=106 2(w+7)+2W=106 ^Factor the 2 with (W+7) then solve for W. thats the first part. then use the same formula... 2L+2W=106 plug in your W then solve for L
*November 16, 2008*

**Trig**

I was just wondering if anyone can explain the Law of Sines- "Ambiguity Case" to me, in a way that is easy to understand.
*November 15, 2008*

**MATH**

H0W D0 U UNDERSTAND THE UNiT CiRCLE WiTH SiNES, COSiNE, COSECANT AND STUFF LiKE THAT?
*June 4, 2008*

**ALEGBRA (HELP ME IF YOU DON'T I'LL FLUNK!**

SUBTRACTING POLYNOMIALS
*March 24, 2008*

**Alegbra (HELP ME IF I DON'T I'LL FLUNK !**

GCF FACTOR
*March 24, 2008*

**accounting2**

how to do Plant asset Records
*February 12, 2008*

**Geometry**

how do you make a sketch of the earth, moon, and sun during a solar eclipse so that your sketch contains similar triangles?
*February 3, 2008*

**Math/ Computers**

Posted by Ariel on Saturday, November 10, 2007 at 4:33pm. So I need a function (parameters: origin x, origin y, destination x, destination y, object x1, object y1, object x2, object y2). The object in this case would be a wall with two points (x1, y1, x2, y2). The function ...
*November 12, 2007*

**Algorithm/Function**

So I need a function (parameters: origin x, origin y, destination x, destination y, object x1, object y1, object x2, object y2). The object in this case would be a wall with two points (x1, y1, x2, y2). The function needs to return a true/false if the wall intersects the path...
*November 10, 2007*

**english**

is fast a verb?
*October 17, 2007*

**math**

Thank you so much
*October 4, 2007*

**math**

you can add 3
*October 4, 2007*

**math**

10+____=8+5
*October 4, 2007*

**Math**

What volume, in ml, of a 60% of HCl acid solution must be added to 100 ml of a 30% HCl solution to make a 36% HCl solution. We need 2 alegabreic (?) equations. The first I can get is: 0.36x - 0.60y = 100ml (this is probably wrong)? Blah. I can't get the other one. -.- ...
*January 31, 2007*

**Chemistry - Help balancing...**

Anyone able to help me figure out the products and balance this equation? CH3COOH (aq) + NaOH (aq) -> I know it equals a salt and a base... But I can't figure out what... :P Would it possibly be... NaCH3COO + HOH for products? yes.
*November 1, 2006*

**Chemistry**

Anyone able to balance/do the equation: C8H7O2COOH + NaOH -> I can't figure out the products. C8H7O2COOH + NaOH =>C8H7O2COONa + H2O acid + base ==> salt + H2O Merci buckets. :D Oui, oui! Oui, oui! is C8H7O2COONa an acidic salt or basic salt?
*October 26, 2006*

**math**

how can we find the area of a figure. how can i find the area of this figure. jf=16 cm I can't see the figure, but generally we need to know the sides and angles in order to calculate the area.
*September 25, 2006*

**Distributive property**

I really "dont like the Distributive Property". SO can you help me? Its telling me to use the distributive property to rewrite each expression.Then solve."Please help"
*September 20, 2006*

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