# Posts by britney

Total # Posts: 276

**Algebra**

Application of Distributive Property 7x68 After finding the product, write the result along with how you applied the distributive property.

**Algebra**

Application of Distributive Property 7x68 After finding the product, write the result along with how you applied the distributive property.

**Algebra**

Give an example of a problem involving multiplication of fractions that can be made easier using the commutative property. Explain how it makes the problem easier.

**Algebra**

Create a real-life representation of the following multiplication problem. Explain what the result represents in the problem. 15(2/5)=6

**Pre-Algebra**

How would you represent 3 quarter notes as a fraction?

**Pre-Algebra**

y=4?

**Pre-Algebra**

If y varies directly with x and y = 3 when x = 12, then what is the value of y when x = 40? 4 160 10 480

**Pre-Algebra**

7 • 68 Use distributive property and write it down.

**Pre-algebra**

Sonia is creating a visual diagram to show the relationship between rational numbers and whole numbers. She draws it to show that some whole numbers are rational numbers and some are not. Is this correct? Explain why or why not All numbers are rational right?

**Pre-Algebra**

Thanks

**Pre-Algebra**

Explain how to model the multiplication of –6 and 3 on a number line.

**Pre-Algebra**

Associative property I think. 2. (2.25 • 23) • 4 2.25x23=51.75 4x51.75=207

**Pre-Algebra**

I need to know what property distributive or associative?

**Pre-Algebra**

what property did you use

**Pre-Algebra**

Use properties of equality to simplify each of the following expressions so that you can simplify them in your head. Identify the properties used and describe how you used them. 1. 4 • (–3) • 5

**Math**

Which is an example of the associative property? –(18.9 + 3.2) = –18.9 + (–3.2) –17.5 + 0 = –17.5 –5.5 + 7.9 = 7.9 + (–5.5) (8.4 + 10.3) + (–4.1) = 8.4 + (10.3 + (–4.1))

**Pre-algebra**

How would I turn pi into a rational number?

**Math**

-22

**Maths**

none

**Pre-algebra**

What is -18 i rational form?

**Pre-algebra**

17.3333333?

**Pre-algebra**

What about 74 how would I change that?

**Pre-algebra**

Jeremy is playing a game called “Rational Round Up” where he has to collect all the numbers in a maze that are rational and then get to the end of the maze. When he collects a number he must prove it is rational by writing it as a quotient of two integers. Help him ...

**Pre Algebra**

Use a five-step plan to solve the following word problem. Show all five steps in your response: Doug is twice Anne's age. Doug is 34 years old. How old is Anne?

**Pre Algebra**

Look at Arnold's attempt to solve the equation for b: 3b = 12 b = 3 · 12 b = 36 Describe the mistake that Arnold made.

**Pre Algebra**

Translate the variable expression into a word phrase: 2*(3-x)

**Pre Algebra**

Translate the word phrase into a variable expression: the sum of 16 and 4 times a number

**Pretty pleaaase Help**

I believe it is A

**P.E**

Progression the ___________of increase in frequency, intensity, time, or all three progression fast onset slow onset long onset

**Language Arts**

What is a subject matter achievement goal?

**Math**

mathleague is a website that helps with algreba Hope that helps

**Physics**

A tropical cyclone with wind speed of 170km/h. "Estimate the air pressure at the eye of the cyclone." Assuming that: *it is a laminar flow of air *wind speed outside the cyclone is zero. * the pressure is at normal atm pressure outside the cyclone. *measurement taken...

**Math**

James earns £800 a month He spends1/4 of this money on rent. James spends 2/5 of the money on food and bills. How much money has he left?

**Algebra**

Does the following set of ordered pairs represent a function? (-1, 3) (0, 3) (1, 3) I think yes, it is a function, but I'm not sure.

**Geometry**

Determine whether the conjencture is true or false. Give counter example is false. Given: two angles are supplementary. Conjecture: the angles form a linear pair.

**Algebra**

Go on google or us a calculator. 💩

**Math**

A rope is 20 feet long what is the maximum number of peices each 20 inches long that can be cut from the rope

**vocabulary**

ok thanks now theres another part that's really hard

**vocabulary**

am i right?

**vocabulary**

I did.for number one i got e for number to i got a and for number 3 i got a

**vocabulary**

Can someone help me. Exercise 6A circle the letter of the best synonym (the word or phrase most nearly the same as the word in bold-faced type) 1. underestimate their magnitude a.weight b.strength c. fame d. generosity e. great importance (magnitude is bold) 2. a (n) magnate ...

**English**

Which principal part is this verb form? (is) cutting A. past participle B. present participle C. past D. present

**math**

Find the fifth term of the sequence -3,6-12....

**English**

So im guessing A

**English**

Becky and I

**English**

Which simple sentence has a compound verb? A. Becky and I weren't sure. B. Anne wanted a surprise party for Carrie. C. We have been planning the party since April. D. Finally, we voted and decided against a surprise.

**math**

A male African elephant weighs 7 tons. If a male African lion at the local zoo weighs 1/40 of the weight of the male African lion, how many pounds does the lion weigh?

**Math**

Thanks

**Math**

The sum of any two consecutive integers is a composite number. A. 16 + 17 = 33 B. 10 + 11 = 21 C. 6 + 7 = 13 D. 7 + 8 = 15

**physics**

Two converging lenses are separated by 25.0 cm. The focal length of each lens is 17.0 cm. An object is placed 35.0 cm to the left of the lens that is on the left. Determine the final image distance relative to the lens on the right.

**8TH GRADE MATH**

PLEASE HELP ASAP!!! When you use a credit card, you are charged interest each month on the balance in your account. You can use a spreadsheet to investigate the interest chargeed n a credit-card account. you use a credit card to buy a $450 airline ticket. you are charged 1.8% ...

**History**

What was the purpose of ziggurats in Sumer? A. They were homes for wealthy Sumerians. B. They were conduits for water transport. C. They were temples for gods and goddesses. D. They were monuments to previous kings.

**History**

What was Hammurabi's most important achievement as the ruler of Babylon? He built extensive canals, which carried water to many parts of his kingdom. He established permanent armies, which he used to control his empire. He appointed governors to rule over conquered cities...

**Art check please**

#1 is A #2 is B #3 is C I have the same lesson as you and i got 100%

**Math**

Use properties to evaluate the expression. (19 + 28) + 21

**math**

Which is an example of an algebraic expression? A. 2k + 25 B. z – 8 = 44 C. 3 + 7 = 10 D. 76 – 10

**5th grade math**

It is 37

**calculus**

y= -5x + 4 OVER 10 - 5x find the asymptotes of the function

**math**

In a lab experiment 8 grams of acid were produced in 28 minutes and 17 grams in 47 minutes. Let g be the number of grams and m be the number of minutes. Find a linear equation that you could use to calculate g for any number of minutes

**chemistry**

How many grams of Na2CO3 are present in 18.4 mL of a 34.0% Na2CO3 solution. The density of the solution is 1.10 g/mL.

**calculus**

In a lab experiment 8 grams of acid were produced in 28 minutes and 17 grams in 47 minutes. Let g be the number of grams and m be the number of minutes. Find a linear equation that you could use to calculate g for any number of minutes.

**math**

76

**History!**

Thank you Ms. Sue!! :)

**History!**

Can someone please please help me? :) I'm really stuck on these 3. :( 1.Which statement is NOT a similarity that Emily Geiger and Rebecca Motte share? (1 point) a.Both women were spies. b.Both women's contributions to the American Revolution are often overlooked. c....

**Language Arts**

Thank you so much! :)

**Language Arts**

Okay, I went back and did some reading and i think its C- The struggle to break free from the shell is exhausting, but the chick must go on. and As for number 4, how is that wrong? a interrogative sentence asks a question.

**Language Arts**

Hello, can someone please check my answers? :) 1. How would you describe to others a person with ambition? (1 point) someone who withdraws from his family someone who strives for success*** someone who buys anything he wants someone who moves frequently 2. The lines “...

**History!**

I don't have a real book, all I have is a Ebook. Which really sucks.

**History!**

Ms.Sue, I'm trying I have no clue, my internet hasn't been working,I need some help.

**History!**

Thank you, Ms.Sue. 1. What resulted from Parliament’s lack of understanding of the needs of the colonists? (1 point) a study to prioritize the needs in the colonies sending more British representatives to America the beginnings of self-government in the colonies** having ...

**History!**

Can someone Please help me!? 1. What resulted from Parliament’s lack of understanding of the needs of the colonists? (1 point) a study to prioritize the needs in the colonies sending more British representatives to America the beginnings of self-government in the colonies...

**Math**

The area of a rectangle is x^2-5x-10. What is the length if the width id x+2 ?

**Calc**

how do you find the inverse of f(x)=6x+10x^17

**science**

I'm doing a project on chocolate I need help how to start the project

**Algebra**

I have 104 feet to build a dog pen. What is the largest width to maximise the area? What is the area? A=52x-x2 x=width

**Algebra**

We are studying quadratic functions. Suppose you have 80 feet of fence to enclose a rectangular garden. The function A= 40x-x2 gives you the area of the garden in square feet where x is the width in feet. What width gives you the maximum gardening area?

**math**

The management of Ditton Industries has determined that the daily marginal revenue function associated with selling x units of their deluxe toaster ovens is given by the following, where R'(x) is measured in dollars/unit. R'(x)=-0.1x+40 (a) Find the daily total revenue...

**math**

The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by the following equation where p is the wholesale unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. p-0.01x^2-0.1x+6 Determine the consumers' surplus if the wholesale ...

**math**

Evaluate the definite integral. [0,1] √(7x(√(x)+√(7)dx

**Algebra**

While playing marbles, your first opponent won half your marbles plus 4 marbles. You lost half of what was left plus 3 marbles to your second opponent, You lost half of what was then left plus 2 more to the third opponent and your fourth opponent won your only remaining marble...

**math**

The quantity demanded x (in units of a hundred) of the Mikado miniature cameras/week is related to the unit price p (in dollars) by p = −0.2x2 + 80 and the quantity x (in units of a hundred) that the supplier is willing to make available in the market is related to the ...

**math**

Find the area of the region under the graph of the function f on the interval [-27, -1]. f(x)= 2-3square root x ? square units

**Algebra**

Thank you. I was trying to multiply it out first.

**Algebra**

Find the slope and y-intercept of the equation. y=mx+b y = (2-a)x + a

**History**

Compare and contrast Christianity and Islam.

**math**

The management of the Titan Tire Company has determined that the quantity demanded x of their Super Titan tires/week is related to the unit price p by the relation p = 102 − x^2 where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand. Titan will make x ...

**math**

The demand function for a certain make of replacement cartridges for a water purifier is given by the following equation where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. p=-0.01x^2-0.3x+20 Determine the consumers&#...

**math**

The demand function for a certain make of replacement cartridges for a water purifier is given by the following equation where p is the unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. p=-0.01x^2-0.3x+20 Determine the consumers&#...

**Algebra**

Two joggers are running around an oval track in opposite directions. One jogger runs around the track in 56 seconds. They meet every 24 seconds. How many seconds does it take the second jogger to run around the track?

**math**

The demand function for a certain brand of CD is given by the following equation where p is the wholesale unit price in dollars and x is the quantity demanded each week, measured in units of a thousand. P=-0.01X^2-0.1X+6 Determine the consumers' surplus if the wholesale ...

**Algebra**

Two joggers are running around an oval track in opposite directions. One jogger runs around the track in 56 seconds. They meet every 24 seconds. How many seconds does it take the second jogger to run around the track?

**math**

Bernie invested a sum of money 8 yr ago in a savings account, which has since paid interest at the rate of 3%/year, compounded monthly. His investment is now worth $39,396.92. How much did he originally invest? $ ?

**math**

idk...it jus said that it was wrong....but when i worked it out i got the same answer as you.

**math**

that wasn't right

**math**

The quantity demanded each month of the Sicard wristwatch is related to the unit price given by the equation below, where p is measured in dollars and x is measured in units of a thousand. To yield a maximum revenue, how many watches must be sold? (Round your answer to the ...

**math**

Lehen Vinters imports a certain brand of beer. The demand, which may be assumed to be uniform, is 450,000 cases/year. The cost of ordering a shipment of beer is $500, and the cost of storing each case of beer for a year is $2. Determine how many cases of beer should be in each...

**math**

Lehen Vinters imports a certain brand of beer. The demand, which may be assumed to be uniform, is 450,000 cases/year. The cost of ordering a shipment of beer is $500, and the cost of storing each case of beer for a year is $2. Determine how many cases of beer should be in each...

**math**

The estimated monthly profit (in dollars) realizable by Cannon Precision Instruments for manufacturing and selling x units of its model M1 digital camera is as follows. p(x)=-0.07x^2+322x-96,000 To maximize its profits, how many cameras should Cannon produce each month? ? cameras

**math**

let f(x)=x^3+3x^2-2x+4 What are the critical values? Where are the relative extrema, if they exist?

**math**

let f(x)=x^3+3x^2-2x+4 What are the critical values? Where are the relative extrema, if they exist?