# Posts by braxton

Total # Posts: 16

**Math (Business)**

Find the value of the ordinary annuity at the end of the indicated time period. The payment? R, frequency of deposits m? (which is the same as the frequency of? compounding), annual interest rate? r, and time period t are given. amount ?1,000?; quarterly?; 6.2%, five years How...

*March 1, 2017*

**MATH**

The median number of medals won by these 12 countries is 14.5. If the United States of America's medal count is deleted from this data set, what is the median number of medals for the remaining countries?

*January 27, 2013*

**can you please look over my answers? clauses**

S-subject, DO-direct object, SC-subject complement, OP-object of preposition What I wanted to do was to finish my work.

*December 11, 2011*

**Criminal Justice**

A police officer takes an official report of a crime that is later shown to not have occurred. Accorrding to UCR regulations, this crime is ont considered to B) have been cleared by exceptional means

*October 1, 2010*

**3rd grade math**

Was my answers right? Thank you for helping me!!!!

*April 12, 2010*

**3rd grade math**

How would I show a kid in third grade on how to remember to do this. Is there an easy formula?

*April 12, 2010*

**3rd grade math**

so 80 would be 1/4 and then 1/2 right?

*April 12, 2010*

**3rd grade math**

Thank you what about 40 rods? 80 rods? and 160 rods? I think 160 rods of a mile is 1/2 right?

*April 12, 2010*

**3rd grade math**

what part of a yard is 1 1/2 ft? what part of a mile is 1 rod? If 1 rod is 5 1/2 yards. 320 rods = 1 mile.

*April 12, 2010*

**Arlington**

Well I wanted to say math...lol sorry

*April 12, 2010*

**Arlington**

I mean 320 rods = 1 mile

*April 12, 2010*

**Arlington**

what part of a yard is 1 1/2ft? What part of a mile is 1 rod? 1 rod is 320 rods. What part of a mile is 40 rods? 80 rods? 160 rods?

*April 12, 2010*

**math**

13.3 with a line over the 3 (bar of notation)

*November 30, 2009*

**7th grade math**

first of all i would do same change change to make the problem look like 4.6 + -2.5 then u subtract the two and u should end up with 2.1

*November 25, 2009*

**Biology**

I have the same problem ayiayiayiayi

*October 12, 2009*

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