# Posts by debbie

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**algebra 2**

What is the equation of the line that has a slope of -2 and a y-intercept of -7? y = -2x - 7 y = -7x - 2 <- y = -2x + 7 y = -7x + 2 Find the equation of the line that has a slope of 4 and contains the point (-4, 1). y = 4x + 1 y = 4x - 8 y = 4x - 15 <-- y = 4x + 17 Find ...

**AlGEBRA 2 (check answers plz)**

What is the equation of the line that has a slope of -2 and a y-intercept of -7? y = -2x - 7 y = -7x - 2 <- y = -2x + 7 y = -7x + 2 Find the equation of the line that has a slope of 4 and contains the point (-4, 1). y = 4x + 1 y = 4x - 8 y = 4x - 15 <-- y = 4x + 17 Find ...

**AlGEBRA 2 (check answers plz)**

What is the equation of the line that has a slope of -2 and a y-intercept of -7? y = -2x - 7 <-- y = -7x - 2 y = -2x + 7 y = -7x + 2 or <-- Find the equation of the line that has a slope of 4 and contains the point (-4, 1). y = 4x + 1 <-- y = 4x - 8 y = 4x - 15 y = 4x...

**algebra**

it means add

**algebra**

i do not know

**algebra**

Write an algebraic expression for the given quantity. Let x represent the unknown value. a value increased by 6

**finance**

John Peterson purchased a bond at a price far below its face value; it that makes no interest payments and will be redeemed at its face value at maturity. In all likelihood, he purchased a(n) __________ bond.

**Math**

Your statistics instructor administers a test having five multiple-choice items with four options each. List the ways in which one can guess correctly on exactly four items on this test. Are there 24 ways, because: 4! (4)(3)(2)(1) =24?

**Statistics**

Your statistics instructor administers a test having five multiple-choice items with four options each. List the ways in which one can guess correctly on exactly four items on this test. Are there 24 ways, because: 4! (4)(3)(2)(1) =24?

**statistics**

a student takes a true false test that has 13 questions and guesses randomly at each answer. Let X be the number of questions answered correctly. Find P(fewer than 4)

**Bullok**

Write a balance equation or Co2 and C4

**physics HELP PLS :(**

Mark saxby is set to kick the field goal to win the state championship for Olathe East. He is 47.0m away from the goalposts and he kicks the ball at a speed of 25.0m/s at an angle of 30.0 degrees. (a.) If the cross bar on the goalposts is 3.00m above the ground will the ball ...

**MATH**

An urn contains 5 white and 6 black balls. Four balls are randomly drawn from the urn in succession, with replacement. That is, after each draw, the selected ball is returned to the urn. What is the probability that all 4 balls drawn from the urn are black? Round your answer ...

**math**

a student’s grade in a class is simply the mean of five 100-point exams a. If the student has grades of 77, 73, 97, and 89 on the first four exams, what is the students’ grade before taking the last exam? b. What is the lowest score that the student can earn on the ...

**medical Terminology**

A portion of a patient's right lung was resected due to lung cancer. Which of the following procedures was performed? A. Thoracostomy B. Tracheotomy End of exam C. Lobectomy D. Pleurectomy a is my answer

**medical Terminology**

Which abbreviation stands for a type of pneumonia? A. SARS B. PCP C. ARDS D. PFT b is my answer

**medical Terminology**

The most easily treated tumor is A. Grade I. B. Grade V. C. Grade III. D. Grade X. A is my answer

**medical Terminology**

A radiologist is able to evaluate the movement of body organs. What type of radiological procedure is being used? A. Ultrasound B. Film survey C. Magnetic resonance imaging D. Fluoroscopic examination a is my answer

**10 grade literature**

Correct punctuation of , That is in my opinion depressing.

**Math**

A bond quote of 82.25 in dollars is equal to A. $8.25. B. $82.25. C. $822.50. D. $8,025.50. A?

**Math**

The municipality of Waterloo needs $915,000 from property tax to meet its budget. The total value of assessed property in Waterloo is $14,000,000. What is the tax rate per dollar? (Round your answer to the nearest thousandth.) A. $.07 B. $.065 C. $.071 D. $.0655 A.?

**Math**

Matt Miller, age 28, takes out $50,000 of straight-life insurance. His annual premium is $418.20. Using the tables in the Business Math Handbook that accompanies the course textbook, determine the cash value of his policy at the end of 20 years. A. $13,250 B. $26,500 C. $30,...

**Math**

Stocks are always quoted in A. quarter lots. B. quarters of a dollar. C. decimals. D. percents. c?

**math**

Stocks are always quoted in A. quarter lots. B. quarters of a dollar. C. decimals. D. percents. B?

**Math**

Kris bought a new fur coat for $8,000. She must pay 5% sales tax and 7% excise tax. The furrier is End of exam shipping the coat, so Kris must also pay a $15 insurance charge. What is the total purchase price of the coat? A. $8,400 B. $8,960 C. $8,560 D. $8,975 D

**Math**

A bond quote of 82.25 in dollars is equal to A. $8.25. B. $82.25. C. $822.50. D. $8,025.50. B?

**Math**

The municipality of Waterloo needs $915,000 from property tax to meet its budget. The total value of assessed property in Waterloo is $14,000,000. What is the tax rate per dollar? (Round your answer to the nearest thousandth.) A. $.07 B. $.065 C. $.071 D. $.0655 d?

**math**

A bond quote of 82.25 in dollars is equal to A. $8.25. B. $82.25. C. $822.50. D. $8,025.50.

**Math**

The municipality of Waterloo needs $915,000 from property tax to meet its budget. The total value of assessed property in Waterloo is $14,000,000. What is the tax rate per dollar? (Round your answer to the nearest thousandth.) A. $.07 B. $.065 C. $.071 My answer is B .065

**business**

An invoice dated March 6 with terms of 1/10, EOM results in the end of the discount period on A. May 30. B. April 10. C. April 30. D. May 31. A is my answer

**business**

In calculating the bank discount when discounting an interest-bearing note, which one of the following is not used in the calculation? A. Discount period B. Bank discount rate C. Principal proceeds B is my answer

**math**

Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods bought a baseball glove from Rawlings Sporting Goods for $66.00. They want to mark up the glove 70% on selling price. What should Johnny's sell the glove for? A. $113.22 B. $179.82 C. $246.42 D. $220.00 Help my answer is wrong I came up with...

**Math**

An invoice dated March 6 with terms of 1/10, EOM results in the end of the discount period on A. May 30. B. April 10. C. April 30. D. May 31. C

**Math**

An Apple iPod sells for $299, which is marked up 40% of the selling price. What is the cost of the iPod? A. $194.70 B. $149.70 C. $197.40 D. $179.40 My answer D

**Math**

An invoice dated March 6 with terms of 1/10, EOM results in the end of the discount period on A. May 30. B. April 10. C. April 30. D. May 31 An My answer is B

**math**

Jay discounts a 100-day note for $25,000 at 13%. The effective rate of interest to the nearest hundredth percent is _______ %. A. 13.49 B. 13.48 C. 13.03 D. 13.02 my answer is B

**Math**

A local college bookstore paid a net price of $12,500 for textbooks for the coming semester. The publisher offered a trade discount of 20%. The publisher's original list price was A. $15,625. B. $15,000. C. $15,500. D. $2,500. A

**Math**

Jay discounts a 100-day note for $25,000 at 13%. The effective rate of interest to the nearest hundredth percent is _______ %. A. 13.49 B. 13.48 C. 13.03 D. 13.02 a is my answer

**Math**

How do Federal Reserve banks, as well as the federal government, typically calculate simple interest? A. Using 31 days in each month B. Based on exact interest C. Based on ordinary interest My answer is B

**Math**

Johnny Mac's Sporting Goods bought a baseball glove from Rawlings Sporting Goods for $66.00. They want to mark up the glove 70% on selling price. What should Johnny's sell the glove for? A. $113.22 B. $179.82 C. $246.42 D. $220.00 I came up with 112.20 66 X .70% = 46....

**science**

2._____ clouds form at heights of 2,000 meters or less. A.Cumulus B.Cirrus C.Cirrostratus D.Altocumulus Erosion caused by waves can destroy ____. A.Rocky shorelines B.Sandy shorelines C.Beaches D.All of the above The horizontal distance between the highest or the lowest points...

**science**

any one ??

**science**

I really do not know the answer it is very hard honestly

**science**

6. About 90% of all marine organisms live in the upper 180 m of the ocean. How does temperature and light intensity influence this fact? (What does temperature and light intensity have to do with where ocean life is located?)

**social studies**

know what I think On Q1 ITS D

**social studies**

Although they are considered an important part of Native American culture, there were no ______ in the Americas before the Spanish explorers arrived. A.tomatoes B.beads C.deer D.horses 2.Immigrants from which countries helped Canada's Prairie Provinces become the country&#...

**social studies**

yeah who ever needs help I got the answer now its D

**social studies**

I think it is Great Britain

**social studies**

Thank you all for helping

**social studies**

So is it Asia because I see the red line from Japan crossing also from Asia so I think its B am I correct ?

**social studies**

wait is the answer asia ?

**social studies**

Ms.Sue why did you give me a map is it an answer ??

**social studies**

Some scientists think that Native Americans migrated from A.Europe. B.Asia C.Spain D.England

**history,Maths Lit, Economics,Business Studies**

what kind of kind of career stuits me

**Marh**

An airplane is flying at an altitude of 918 ft when it spots a person Due West at an angle of depression of 32 degrees and another due west at an angle of depression of 58 degrees. How far apart are the 2 people?

**VCU**

Physical Sciences: The density of water is p=1g/cm3. What is the mass of 2L of water?

**VCU**

Physical Sciences: what is the density of a piece of wood that has a mass of 25.0 grams and a volume of 29.4 cm3?

**vcu**

Subject: physical science, question: The density of water is p=1g/cm3. What is the mass of 2mL of water?

**Business math**

Total current assets (CA) $20,000 Accounts receivable (AR) $10,000 Current liabilities (CL) $11,000 Inventory (INV) $4,000 Net sales $30,000 Total assets $25,000 Net income $5,000 Calculate average day’s collection. A. 12 days C. 1.2 years B. 120 days D. 12 years B.120 ...

**Business**

A frequency distribution is obtained by A. listing the values in sets of data individually. B. taking the difference between the highest and the lowest value in each set of data. C. summing the values of a set of data and dividing by the number of values in the set. D. ...

**Spread sheets**

I am looking for a web site to help with my home work on Common balance spread sheets layout.

**Math**

karen collects 6/7 quart of rainwater. she uses 1/2 of the water to clean her bicycle and uses the remaining water equally for 3 houseplants. What volume of water does she use for each houseplant?

**NFCS**

A runner is going 3.00 m/s. When he sees the finish line he accelerates at a constant rate of 0.219 m/s2 for the last 11.2 seconds. What was his change in velocity during this time?

**Chemistry**

How many hydrogen atoms are in a 15.00 mg sample of glucose? (C6H1206)

**3rd grade math**

explain how to compare 8,563 and 8,699

**Science**

Lastly C is touched to B and separated from it. How many charge (if any) ends up on charge C?

**Science**

Consider 3 identical metal spheres A,B and C. A carries a charge of +5q b carries a charge of -q and C carries no net charge. Sphere A and B are touched together and then separated. C is then touched to A and separated from it.

**math**

. A respondent tells you she just bought living room carpet which is 20 feet long by 15 feet wide. If carpet is $6.00 per square foot, how much did the new carpet cost?

**Accounting**

the answer is d

**Language arts help**

Orbs are transparent, balls of light commonly found in photos

**statistic**

If a test has a mean score of 75, with a standard deviation of 11, what % of students scored an A (90 or higher) ?

**History**

It's not A either

**math**

How much is the 25 of $42,500

**Math**

You currently lease scanning equipment at a cost of $1,500 per quarter and two copy machines at $120 each per month. a. What will you need to budget annually for this leased equipment?

**English**

Which of the following sentences uses concrete language? A. Jerry saw that the glass was really dirty. B. I met Cathy at a store on a street near the bridge. C. Danny's Labrador retriever eagerly chases tennis balls. D. When I saw Susan, she was reading a book. My answer is D

**English**

Which of the following is a simple sentence? A. Karen and David arrived at the airport at 3:35 P.M. and took a taxi to their hotel. B. When I realized I was too late, I called David's cell phone and made arrangements to meet them in town. C. I got to the airport late ...

**English**

Which sentence should be edited to eliminate its cliché? A. The texture of the burlap was a cross between woven straw and a three-day beard. B. The family was immensely relieved when Great-Aunt Martha's condition progressed from "critical" to "it ...

**English**

Which of the following sentences contains a redundancy? A. Chris had trouble working up even mild enthusiasm for Mike's plan. B. Steve admired the partially completed stadium. C. Emily's sister gave birth to a pair of twins. D. At no time did Tony indicate a ...

**English**

In which sentence does the italicized word have a negative connotation? A. Jack, who is the most outspoken member of the group, led the opposition to the new rule. B. Jenna's green eyes and dark eyelashes gave her an exotic look. C. Matthew was a scrawnykid, but he grew up...

**Math (Statistics)**

Without calculating values of z, tell which of these sample means will have the most extreme standardized score and which will have the least extreme standardized score. 40, 30, 25, 20.

**English**

In which sentence does the italicized word have a negative connotation? A. Jack, who is the most outspoken member of the group, led the opposition to the new rule. B. Jenna's green eyes and dark eyelashes gave her an exotic look. C. Matthew was a scrawnykid, but he grew up...

**English**

Which of the following sentences contains a redundancy? A. Chris had trouble working up even mild enthusiasm for Mike's plan. B. Steve admired the partially completed stadium. C. Emily's sister gave birth to a pair of twins. D. At no time did Tony indicate a ...

**English**

Which of the following sentences shows an example of parallel verbs? A. Once the game was over, Jim had to run home and then eat his dinner. B. Once the game was over, Jim had to run home and dinner was ready. C. Once the game was over, Jim had to be running home and eat ...

**English**

Which of the following is not a type of sentence? A. Compound-complex B. Simple C. Complex D. Simple-compound My answer is D

**pennfoster**

785.63-57.00=725.63-125.00=600.63+57.25=657.88

**English**

Which of the following is not a type of sentence? A. Compound-complex B. Simple C. Complex D. Simple-compound My answer is A

**English**

Which of the following sentences contains a redundancy? A. Chris had trouble working up even mild enthusiasm for Mike's plan. B. Steve admired the partially completed stadium. C. Emily's sister gave birth to a pair of twins. D. At no time did Tony indicate a ...

**English**

Which of the following sentences contains a dependent clause? A. Kicking and leaping, the three deer behaved like rambunctious rabbits. B. Jared eagerly climbed into the boxing ring; he was on his back and out for the count in less than ten seconds. C. Please clear the table ...

**math**

lilly made a 75 on her history test and an3 on her math test. the mean grade on the history test was 72 with a standard deviation of 5. the average grade on the math test was 81 with a standard deviation of 4. which test did lilly do better?

**math**

On a standardized test, Ann received a score of 85, which was exactly 2 standard deviations about the mean. If the standard deviation for the test is 4, what is the mean for this test?

**Law and Ethics Medical**

. Which of the following has the most potential to treat the widest variety of diseases? A. Adult bone marrow B. Stem cells in umbilical cord blood C. Amniotic stem cells D. Embryonic stem cells A?

**Law and Ethics Medical**

Which of the following is true? A. All states require parental involvement for a minor to obtain birth control. B. No state requires parental involvement for a minor to obtain birth control. C. Some states require doctors to inform parents that a minor has sought birth control...

**Law and Ethics Medical**

Which of the following has the most potential to treat the widest variety of diseases? A. Adult bone marrow B. Stem cells in umbilical cord blood C. Amniotic stem cells D. Embryonic stem cells I have NO CLUE on what is the right choice

**Law and Ethics Medical**

Which of the following is true regarding birth certificates for nonhospital births? A. Birth certificates for nonhospital births are filed by the mother. B. Birth certificates for nonhospital births are optional but recommended. C. Birth certificates for nonhospital births are...

**Law and Ethics Medical**

The verification requirement of HIPAA requires that PHI information not be disclosed without verifying A. the accuracy of medical information before it's released. B. the identity of the person making the request. C. that the information can't be obtained from any ...

**Law and Ethics Medical**

. Physicians in general practice are expected to conform to the standards A. of other general practitioners in the same or similar communities. B. of specialists. C. that each individual doctor is capable of meeting, given each doctor's documented personal limitations. D. ...

**Law and Ethics Medical**

The verification requirement of HIPAA requires that PHI information not be disclosed without verifying A. the accuracy of medical information before it's released. B. the identity of the person making the request. C. that the information can't be obtained from any ...

**Law and Ethics Medical**

2. Elizabeth says duty of care is the obligation health care workers have toward patients. Randy says professional etiquette is the obligation health care workers have toward patients. Who is correct? A. Only Randy is correct. B. Neither is correct C. Only Elizabeth is correct...

**Medical Law & Ethics**

If a doctor practices alone, rather than with other physicians, he or she is necessarily a(n) A. sole proprietor. B. general practitioner. C. associate doctor. D. professional corporation. C

**Medical Law & Ethics**

If a doctor practices alone, rather than with other physicians, he or she is necessarily a(n) A. sole proprietor. B. general practitioner. C. associate doctor. D. professional corporation. I think it is B