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July 23, 2014

July 23, 2014

Total # Posts: 15

**algebra am i right**

Find the volume of a right circular cylinder whose base has an area of 6 cm^2 and whose height is 17 cm. [A] 153ð cm^3 [B] 612ð cm^3 [C] 102 cm^3 [D] 153ð cm^2 [E] None of these i think its C Please show your work. That's the right answer, but we'd like to ...

**algebra am i right**

John has 75 books in his store. If he originally had 200 books, what percent of the original number of books remains ? 37.5 % am i right? 75/200=.375=37.5% Yep, you're right yes yes its right

**algebra**

Find the volume of a right circular cylinder whose base has an area of 6 cm^2 and whose height is 17 cm. am i right that V=(b1+b2)H Check the formula you used. The volume of a right circular cylinder is V=pi*(r^2)*h where r is the radius and h is the height, or V=B*h where B i...

**math help please**

a +p - x+y - --- b z ok its a over b plus p minus x plus y over z So you mean a/b + p - x + y/z ? and what is supposed to be done with this expression considering there are 6 different variables?? remember how to substract fractions? Common denominator (bxz)...divide by first ...

**english helpp please**

i need to know how to find the whole appositive phrase. Then write just the word that is the appositive. how do i find them its reall confusing.... thankss in advance http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/appositive.htm This webpage gives a clear definition and some excellent exampl...

**earth science check?**

17. the spectacular exposures of flat-lying sedimentary rocks in the _________ provide evidence of rapid deposits from a great Flood. ADIRONDACKS ALPS GLACIERS X GRAND CANYON grand canyon am i right? Yes. You're right.

**earth science am i right?**

am i right 19. According to the law of __________, only a worldwide flood with its vast complex of sediment-saturated currents would produce horizontal superimposed layers of materials, thus forming a great series of sedimentary strata formed in various parts of the earth. X G...

**english help please asap**

can anyone tell me what point of view is and how i can find out what the point of view in a story is?? please thanks in advance Point of view refers to who the narrator of a story is. There are a few choices: First person -- The narrator is "I" and may be the main ch...

**math**

Which of the following is not a polynomial ? [A] x0 [B] x+y2 +3z -1+5a [C] 7 [D] 2a+ðx17-7p – 4p +a2 [E] None of these i think it is C am i right? first of a polynomial is An algebraic expression consisting of one or more summed terms, each term consisting of a consta...

**math& english**

if there is any chance that someone could help me with math or english over messenger i am far behind in those subjects and totaly lost in algebra1 my SNs are babeangel747 for both thanks in advance what grade are you in? 9th and 10 i should be in 11th

**2 algebra questions**

how do u find the lest common multiple 4a^2c & 14abc^5 and what decimal part of 40 is 102? if somone could..... can u explain how to do these thanks The least common multiple 4a^2c & 14abc^5 : First look at the factors of each term, and to what power they appear. 4a^2c: 2,2,a(...

**algebra1**

20 percnt of what number is 500? can anyone tell me how to get this answer? 0.20X = 500. Solve for X. so basicly 500 divided by 0.20? yes

**algebra**

how would i find least common multiple of 20, 50 and 3 ? okay well you take the 50 and times it by ever number 50--> is it divisbile by 3 NO so not the least common multiple 50x2=100 --> is it divisible by 3 NO, so not the least common multiple 50x3=150 --> is it divi...

**HELP MATH**

how would u simplify this problem i think it is 60 --- x^6 am i right the problem is 5 4 3 _ + ___ - ___ x x^2 x^3 I'm going to assume your problem is this: 5/x + 4/x^2 - 3/x^3 To simplify, find a common denominator, which is x^3 in this case. Using the common denominator:...

**Math Algebra 1**

i was wondering if anyone could help me on this problem. expand: x^-2 (y^2 + 10x) z^3 (5x + 3z^-4) First one: x^-2 (y^2 + 10x) x^-2 is the same thing as 1/x^2. Therefore, we have this: 1/x^2 (y^2 + 10x) Multiply using the distributive property: y^2/x^2 + 10x/x^2 Add together b...

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