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July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

Total # Posts: 65

**Geometry**

All rectangles are square?

**algebra**

Solve the system by graphing: In order to receive credit for this problem you must show all your work. y=x+6 y=-3x+6

**algebra**

write an equation that describes each line in slope intercept form. slope=4, y-intercept=-3 slope=2/5, (10,3) is on the line

**algebra**

write an equation in point slope form for the line with the given slope that contains the given point.. slope=5;(1,7) is on the line (8,-2) and (4,-4) are on the line

**algebra**

2a+2b/z=5c solve for a

**algebra**

2(x-2)<=-2(1-x) I cant figure it out

**algebra**

-4(x+12)=> -30

**algebra**

check please

**algebra**

m=-2/3 y-intercept= (0,4)

**algebra**

write each equation in slope-intercept form. then graph the line described by the equation. 3y+2x=12

**algebra**

write each equation in slope-intercept form. then graph the line described by the equation. 2y=4x+6

**algebra**

thank you

**algebra**

use intercepts to graph the line described by each equation x-6=3y

**algebra**

use intercepts to graph the line described by each equation 2x+4y=8

**algebra**

Which of the following equations when graphed would be parallel y=1/4x+2:y=4:y=4x:y=1/4x

**algebra**

line m contains (6,8) and (-1,2). line n contains (-1,5) and (5,y). what is the value of y if line m is perpendicular to line n?

**algebra**

write an equation in slope-intercept form for the line that is parallel to the given line and that passes through the given point. y=1/2x+5:(4,-3)

**algebra**

Which of the following equations when graphed would be parallel y=1/4x+2:y=4:y=4x:y=1/4x

**algebra**

graph the line y-1=3(x-1)

**algebra**

y+2= -2/3(x-6)

**algebra**

tell whether the relationship is a direct variation. explain answer.. ---------------- x -3 -6 -9 y 18 36 54 ----------------

**algebra **

the number of people that can be seated in a lecture hall varies directly with the number of rows of seats. if 72 people can be seated in 4 rows, write a direct variation equation to describe the number of people y that can be seated in x rows. then graph

**algebra**

the value of y varies directly with x, and y= -14 when x = 1/2. find y when x = -1.

**algebra**

contast of variation 8y=3x+1

**algebra**

Thank you

**algebra**

Graph y=(x-2)+3 for the following domain {-2,0,2,4,6}

**algebra**

Write an equation for the data values below x -4 -3 -2 -1 y -1 0 1 2

**algebra **

Write an equation for the data values below: {(2,3),(3,5),(4,7),(5,9)}

**algebra**

Write a rule in function notation for the situation below:Meg earns a $5 flat fee plus 4.50 per student for a tutoring session.

**algebra**

Giselle is going to rent a scooter for at least one hour. The fee is $45 plus $5 for each hour it is rented. Write a function rule to describe the total cost of renting a scooter. Find a reasonable domain and range for the function if Giselle has $65.

**algebra**

Part A: Give the domain and range of the relation. Part B: Tell whether the relation is a function. X Y 8 8 6 6 4 4 2 6 0 8

**algebra**

v/-4=-9

**algebra**

thank you

**algebra**

-15=-3n/5

**algebra**

ThankYou

**algebra**

The United States postal service charges a "nonmachinable surcharge" for first class mail if the length of the envlope (parallel to the address) divided by the height of the envolope is less than 1.3 or more than 2.5. Charlene has an envelope with the height of 3.5in...

**algebra**

The Mexican tetra requires a water temp between 68 and 77 degrees,inclusive. A auarium is heated 8 degrees so that a tetra can live in it. What temp could the water have been before?

**algebra**

Solve the compound inequality. -2<=(n+2)/3<=4

**algebra**

Solve the compound inequality. 3a-5<=-2 OR 3a-5=>13

**algebra**

Thank you

**algebra**

-1<4x-3<5 is it 0.5<x<2 ?

**algebra**

thank you!!!

**algebra**

t=8800?

**algebra**

At one time, the ratio of in-state to out-of-state tuition at Texas A&M University in college station, TX was about 3:11. About how much was the out-of-state tuition if the in-state tuition at the time was about $2400?

**algebra**

Thank you again!

**algebra**

would it be x<=-14.6

**algebra**

7.3=>x/-2

**algebra**

awesome!!! Thank you

**algebra**

to solve it...n=>-6?

**algebra**

The product of a number and -4 is at most 24.

**pre algebra**

Your school is selling tickets for a band concert to raise money for a new gym. a. Each ticket costs $3.50. Write a variable expression for the money raised by selling t tickets. b. The band needs to use some of the money raised to pay for their new uniforms. Each new uniform ...

**Physics**

The mass of the object was 8 kilograms. The object was acted on by a foce of 20 angle 80degrees newtons. What was the acceleration of the object? Please walk me through the steps instead of just suggesting a formula.. Thank you!

**Physics help please!**

The pressure of a fixed quantity of an ideal gas was held constant. The initial volume was 8.00 cubic meters and the final volume was 2.50 cubic meters. What was the final temperature in kelvins if the initial temerature was 188 degrees fahrenheit... Please walk me through you...

**Physics HELP PLS!!!**

I, for the life of me, cannot figure out this equation: The index of refraction for a particular type of glass is 1.52 and the index of refraction for air is approximately 1.00. A ray of light at a particular frequency enters a block of glass from air with an angle of incidenc...

**Physics**

A 54.0kilogram block is placed on a plane that is inclined 32 degrees to the horizontal. The coefficient of static friction between the block and the plane is 0.573 and the coefficiencet of kinetic friction is 0.310. Find the acceleration of the block down the plane. Please wa...

**Physics**

A block of mass 77.0kg is placed at the top of a frictionless plane that is inclined 46degrees to the horizontal. The height of the plane is 23.0meters. Find the speed of the block and the bottom of the plane. The correct answer is: 21.2m/s... I've tried this equation ever...

**Physics**

A woman driving her car approaches an intersection and begins to accelerate just as the traffic light turns green. Her velocity is the function of time described by the equation: v(t)=2t^2-8t+10 (A) Use calculus to find her instantaneous acceleration at t=8.0seconds (B) Use ca...

**Subjects **

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**Subjects **

castle learning is A EDUCATION website for kids & high schools students & middle skool too

**Subjects **

can you get castlelearning for free or i have ti make an accont on my school website i will be having one (teachers will assign students to go on it gave them the username & password) i'm just asking it is for free lik you don't have to make an accont or no u have to m...

**Math **

thank you

**chemistry**

write a balanced equation for the reaction of aluminum with platinum and chloride.

**algebra**

a ninth of a number

**chemistry**

At 25°C, sound can travel 100 meters across a football field in 0.29 seconds. Determine the velocity of these sound waves.

**statistics**

Since there are k=3 groups and N=25 observations, the F-statistic has degrees of freedom 2, 22. From the table, the p-value is 0.0343. That means that we reject the null hypothesis. The three group means are unequal.

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