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algebra
consider three consecutive even intergers, the least of which is x. Write a polnomial representing the product of these three intergers.(p+3)(p-4)(p-3)(p+4)
November 25, 2007

math
1/4 think money like 25 cents
November 12, 2007

Social Studies
Name 3 documents and or important people involving the government? For example: as one of the documents, The Articles of Confederation can be one. Can anyone name 2 more at least??? PLZ!
November 12, 2007

Pre-Algebra
So since 2/3 of Spinner 1 is sedans (The 3rd is a truck), and 1/2 of Spinner 2 is purple (the other half is a green), write a multipilcation problem to describe the probability of spinning a purple sedan. Write a problem to describe the probability of spinning a purple truck. ...
November 8, 2007

Pre-Algebra
So since 2/3 of Spinner 1 is sedans (The 3rd is a truck), and 1/2 of Spinner 2 is purple (the other half is a green), write a multipilcation problem to describe the probability of spinning a purple sedan. Write a problem to describe the probability of spinning a purple truck. ...
November 8, 2007

math
dwrs can you show your work? Can figure out who you got the 3?
October 29, 2007

math
Sorry the question didn't come out right. It was supposed to read. 9k + 6 is < or equal to 39.
October 29, 2007

Math
drwls can you show your work?
October 29, 2007

Math
9k+6<39 -
October 29, 2007

Social Studies
What are some interesting facts about the uniforms in the Revolutionary War?
October 17, 2007

Pre-Algebra
If negative 20 equals 168, negative 15 equals 153, negative 10 equals 138, negative 5 equals 123, 0 equals 108, 5 equals 93, 10 equals 78, 15 equals 63, 20 equals 48, then what is the rule??? Tables: X: -20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 Y: 168 153 138 123 108 93 78 63 48 How do I ...
October 8, 2007

Pre-Algebra
I mean like the equaled number is the y and the negative or positive numbers are the x...wat do I do with X to get to y???
October 8, 2007

Pre-Algebra
If negative 20 equals 168, negative 15 equals 153, negative 10 equals 138, negative 5 equals 123, 0 equals 108, 5 equals 93, 10 equals 78, 15 equals 63, 20 equals 48, then what is the rule??? Also, what is the pattern in the informatio above???
October 8, 2007

Social Studies: The Revolutionary War
What did the First Continental Congress achieve?
October 7, 2007

Social Studies: The Revolutionary War
How did the fighting at Lexington and Concord affect the relationship between the colonies and the Great Britain?
October 7, 2007

Science
What does Endoplasmic Reticulum means or is?
October 6, 2007

Pre-Algebra
in- 0 1 2 3 4 X out- 1 4 10 0's output is 1 and 1's output is 4, then 3's output is 10....wat is the rule to this??? and wat are the outputs for 2, and 4?
October 6, 2007

Pre-Algebra
in- 0 1 2 3 4 X out- 1 4 10 0's output is 1 and 1's output is 4, then 3's output is 10....wat is the rule to this??? and wat are the outputs for 2, and 4?
October 6, 2007

English
I need help with this question: replace the underlined nouns in this paragraph with personal pronouns.Write the pronouns on the lines below. The nouns have a number right next to them for you to read. Here is the paragraph: Squanto was a Pawtuxet Indian man who came to the aid...
September 28, 2007

math
The difference of two numbers is 9. The sum of 3 times the greater number and 4 more than the lesser number is 51. What are the two numbers? I do not get this question... I have tried many times, but can not get it.. please help! thank you.
September 20, 2007

Math
7th grade--how do I determine the slope of a set of stairs? Thanks you find it by measuring thr rise over the run i.e. the vertical distance divided by the horizontal distance. thanks
May 7, 2007

Pre-Calculus
How would you graph y= x^3 +1? I know the slope for the equation is y'= 3X^2. assign numbers to x and solve for y to get the poins. Then graph. Examples: x=1 then y=2 if x=0 then y=1 if x=2 then y=9
November 13, 2006

economic - emergency
Question concerning production function - Cobb douglas. Given is: y=(0,2K-1 + 0,8L-1)-1 If wk = wL =1, what will k and L be? Now suppose again: y=(0,2k-1 + 0,8L-1)-1 and z=K1/3*L2/3. Is product y or z always more demanding to capitals (in case of labour)? if not, find where % ...
September 27, 2006

ETH 125
OMG this is FREAKING hilarious!!!!!!! Ethics 125 here as well, looking for other ways to measure prejudice! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH
July 20, 2006

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