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April 17, 2014

April 17, 2014

Total # Posts: 89

**Math**

My pattern is 509, 517, 525, 533, 541. What is the place value to describe how the numbers change?

**Python programming Language**

Hello, plz hav bin lookin for an answer to dis question too.. Am a student studying software engineering in india, plz mail me if you got any answer plz forward to cooproton@gmail .. Thanx, I'ld really appreciate it

**MATH**

cHIANG HAD 12 APPLES. SHE GAVE 5 OF HER FRIENDS 1/6 OF THE APPLES. HOW MANY DID EACH FRIEND GET.

**third grade math**

2 AND1/4 APPLES

**Math**

Write the following decimals as fractions and find the Quotients. 4.5 divided by 0.9= 0.6 divided by 0.12= 1.2 divided by 0.5= 22.5 divided by 0.5= 0.18 divided by 0.03=

**Precalculus **

Suppose daily operating profit, in dollars, for a movie theater is a function of the number of tickets sold with the rule P(x)=8.5x-2,500, for 0≤x≤1,000. a) Explain why the profit function has an inverse b) P(400)=900. Rewrite this equation in terms of P^-1. c) Ver...

**Physics super difficult for me**

Two small balls each of mass 15g are fastened to the ends of silk threads 1m long each and hung from a common point. They attain equilibrium at a distance of 20cm from each other. If one ball has a charge of -0.6microC, what is the charge of the other ball?

**Chemistry**

physical chemist

**MATH 11 help PLease!**

ok,i will just try it myself so that i can understand it.. thanks..

**MATH 11 help PLease!**

aah ok.. thanks a lot!!!;)

**MATH 11 help PLease!**

i know how to get the vertex and all the other stuff, i just don't understand where did you get 5?

**MATH 11 help PLease!**

where did you get 5?

**MATH 11 help PLease!**

A rectangular garden is made at the side of the house. Part of the house forms one side of the fencing and divided into four equal plots. If 90m of fencing is available, determine the dimensions for the entire garden that will produce a maximum area. how can i come up with a q...

**Algebra**

not sure though.. because sometimes i'm making mistakes in radicals...

**Algebra**

1. 0.45 2. 4sqt5 +9 3. -6sqt10 -75 4. 13sqt3 + 7sqt30

**science/evolution**

All lifeforms on Earth have a common system. ??

**Maths**

For logarithms, if asked to write in simplest form, is it better to write the argument in radical form or exponential form.

**English**

Is it: It is what it is; it was what it was. or It is what it is, it was what it was.

**social studies**

To what extent do consumers in advanced nations have an effect on the labour issues in developing countries? I know that advanced nations do have an effect, but I need to write an essay on this question and I will need to provide evidence and cite my sources to explain myself....

**Physics A**

C I B A I !

**math**

What is 7% of 360? How do I figure it out

**chemistry**

if 27 grams of ice at 0 degrees celsius is added to 123 grams of water at 100 degrees celsius in an insulated container, calculate the final temperature. assume specific heat of water is 4.184 J/K g

**accountancy**

10

**math**

reason which is greater the greatest whole number with 05 digits or the least whole number with 06 digits

**Math**

the inverse function is: do it yourself before asking ok (;

**math**

what is the answer to 1+5-100-(356+5475)=

**Math**

Pauline jogs at 5 1/3 miles per hour for 1 5/6 hours. about how many miles has she walked?

**MATH **

THERE ARE 20 PAGES IN JAMAL BOOK HE READ 1/5 OF THE BOOK HOW MANY PAGES DID HE READ

**MATH**

12 DOGS IN THE PARK 2 OF THEM WERE DAMATIANS WHAT FRACTIONS WERE DALMATIANS

**math**

a piano has 88 keys.show with numbers the probability of hitting a particular key if you shut your eyes and strike a key.

**Math**

Bhu had $48, but received $100 as a birthday gift and used the money to pay off her debt. She spent half of the money on a gift for herself. Which expression BEST represents the number of dollars Bhu has left? a.(-48+100)÷2 b.(48+100)÷2 c.-48+100÷2 d.2(48+...

**math**

week 1 3 miles week 2 7 miles week 3 11 miles week 4 15 miles sophia predicted that jhon will run 32 miles during 9th week. use words symbols or numbers to explain wether sophia's prediction is correct

**algebra**

Mellissa recieve three times as many points as janice. how to write that expression

**10th geometry**

A tabletop represents a plane. Examine the combination of points and lines that hold each tabletop in place. Removing one point or line would cause the tabletop to wobble or fall. In geometry, we say that these combinations of points and lines determine a plane. For each photo...

**10th geometry**

21 and 22, find the lengths xand y. (Every angle on each block is a right angle.)

**english[proffesional writting]**

what benefits do students get from being fit and healthy?

**science**

write down ten balanced equations

**chemistry**

calculate for weak acid with ph 0,1M of CH3COOH (K=1,8*10-5)

**chemistry**

calculate for strong electrolyte the ph of 0,1M pf HNO3

**chemistry**

calculate the molar concentration of substance in a solution containing 5,85g of Nacl2 in 200cm cube solution

**Math**

i got a cd for $4000 that earns 5% interest, compounded quartely if the cd matures in 4 years how much money will be available

**algebra 2**

7/x+5/x-3

**calculus - INTEGRATION**

A balloon, rising vertically with a velocity of 16 feet per second, releases a sandbag at the instant it is 64 feet above the ground. a. How many seconds after its release will the bag strike the ground? b. At what velocity will it hit the ground?

**calculus - integration**

answer is 7.1m ... i just dont know how to get there

**calculus - integration**

A baseball is thrown upward from a height of 2m with an initial velocity of 10m/s. Determine its maximum height. S(0) = 2m S'(0) = 10m/s S'(t) = -32t + 10 S(t) = -16t^2 + 10t + 2 I know that if you equal s(t) = 0 you get time, but how do I get maximum height? Thanx in ...

**calculus - applied problems**

Max area - A Norman window is constructed by adjoining a semicircle to the top of an ordinary rectangular window. Find the dimensions of a Norman window of maximum area if the total perimeter is 16 feet. - - - - - --------- ! ! ^ !<-x/2->! y --------- <---x--->

**calculus - applied problems**

Max area - A Norman window is constructed by adjoining a semicircle to the top of an ordinary rectangular window. Find the dimensions of a Norman window of maximum area if the total perimeter is 16 feet. - - - - - --------- ! ! ^ !<-x/2->! y --------- <---x--->

**English**

What are the correct answers? PLease.

**English**

What are the correct answers? PLease.

**geomitry**

the first angle of a triangle is complementry to the third angle. the second angle is 16 degrees less than five times the first angle. find the measure of the largest angle of the triangle.

**language and arts**

i have a hard time in languages and arts

**5th grade**

hare will have traveled 21 miles from haretown before he meets with tortoise who traveled 6 miles from tortoiseville.

**5th grademath**

How fast were they walking to cover the 200 and a half mile?

**algebra**

solve 2x^2 = 9x. round to the nearest tenth. a)x = 0 or x = -4.5 b)x = 4.5 c)x = 1.5 or x = 3 d)x = 0 or x = 4.5 i think the answer is d but i could be wrong

**algebra**

which quadratic formula would be used to solve the following quadratic equation? 4x^2 - 5x = -2 can you show me the correct answer and how do it please

**Chemistry**

A gas occupies a 1.5 liter container at 250C and 2.0 atmospheres. If the gas is transferred to a 3.0 liter container at the same temperature, what will be the new pressure?

**Please help!!!!!!!!!!! algebra**

Shanne and Kate are preparing to go on long car trips with their families. Shane bought 8 books and 2 CDs for $73.50. Kates bought 3 books and 4 CDs for $69.95. Both totals were without tax. All of the nooks were the same price and all of the CDs cost the same. How much did a ...

**Please help!!!!!!!!!!! algebra**

Quan is shopping. He can buy 2 pairs of pants and 1 shirt for $79.85 ( before tax is added). He can but 1 pair of pants and 2 shirt for $69.85 (before tax is added). To figure out how much a shirt or a pair of pants costs,you must first identify the variables. What are the var...

**Chemistry**

Never-mind decided just to use a table of pKa values. By the way the NaAc formed wouldn't be 0.00056 it would be 0.00024 because you can only make as much product as your limiting reagent allows (in this case OH- ions) I seriously tried using these numbers a ton of times a...

**Chemistry**

How are we finding pKa for the Henderson-Hasselbalch equation?

**Math**

Need help with this one Factor completley, if not write prime 6X2 + X-15

**9th grade algebra **

27x^2 + 72x/ 18x

**Math**

Express the following equation 6x-8y=8(x-9)+12 in: 1. Slope intercept form 2. Standard form

**busines management**

briefly discuss the approaches to short term financing

**math**

If is a line whose equation is y = 2x - 1, find the equation of the image of under each of the following trans? a. (x, y) → (x, y - 2) b. (x, y) → (x +3, y) c. (x, y) → (x - 3, y + 2)

**math **

Ginger earns $18,500 annually and has 22% of her gross earnings withheld. What is the net amount of her paycheck each pay period if she is paid biweekly?

**math **

Ginger earns $18,500 annually and has 22% of her gross earnings withheld. What is the net amount of her paycheck each pay period if she is paid biweekly?

**math**

Leon has an annual income of $18,500. He has 22% of his gross salary withheld for deductions. What is the net amount of each paycheck if he gets paid biweekly?

**Algebra 1**

Choose the correct domailn for the function t=35+5w where 0 less than or equal to w less than or equal to 5 and w is an integer A. 0,1,2,3, 4, 5 B. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 C. 35, 40, 45, 40, 55 D. 40, 45, 50, 55 E. 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45

**algebra**

Find 4 consecutive even integers such that twice the least increased by the greatest is 96........I got 10,12,14and 16 but not sure...please help!

**math help plz**

explain whether or not,in a composition of two or more isometries,the order of applying them matters

**math**

explain whether or not,in a composition of two or more isometries the order of applying them matters.

**geography**

How does geography help me understand the relationship between physical and human landscape?

**history help plz**

thanks

**history help plz**

Although it put many farmers out of work, the _____ made English farming more productive.

**history**

thanks guys

**history**

In 1905, Einstein challenged Newton's view of the universe with the?

**history**

Which leader founded the new state known as the Soviet Union? a. Lenin b. Marx c. Stalin d. Trotsky

**math**

f hexagon A is similar to hexagon B and hexagon B is similar to hexagon C.then what conclusion can be drawn?what property does this illustrate?

**math**

consider this true proportion R/W=S/T.if the product of the means increases,what must happen to the product of the extremes?explain your reasoning.

**math geometry**

if the diagonals of a parallelogram are equal then the parallelogram is also what type of figure?

**Science**

what discovery showed that atoms are not the smallest particles?

**Science**

This isn't a homework question, just a general school question. There has been several cases of swine flu in my county. Do you think the government should close our school? If my school would stay open, should we continue having swimming class in gym? I just think swimming...

**ART**

What are 15 facts about clay that are easy

**math**

There are 2 apples on a tree. You take away 1 apple. How many apples do you have?

**MICHAEL PLZ HELP ME**

For a, i multiplied 3 x 2pi x 22.5 and got 424.1 Then i divided 424.1 by 60 and got 7.1 ft/s

**MICHAEL PLZ HELP ME**

The Kit carson county carousel makes 3 revs per minute. a. Find the linear velocity in feet per second of someone riding a horse that is 22 1/2 feet from the center. Answer- I got 7.1 ft/s... b. The linear velocity of the person on the inside of the carousel is 3.1 feet per se...

**Math (Need help)**

The Kit carson county carousel makes 3 revs per minute. a. Find the linear velocity in feet per second of someone riding a horse that is 22 1/2 feet from the center. Answer- I got 7.1 ft/s... b. The linear velocity of the person on the inside of the carousel is 3.1 feet per se...

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mammals like the elephant

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