# Posts by hope

Total # Posts: 218

**Algebra Pythagorean Theorem**

Does 5ft, 12ft, and 15ft make a right triangle ?

**History**

which of the following actions is the best example of US citizens trying to live up to the the challenge President Kennedy was presented in the statement above?

**Math**

I need help please. find the base of a triangle where area=36 and height =9

**math**

a boat sails north for 3km, then sails 1,5km west. how far is the boat from its starting position? correct to two decimal

**English**

Anyone who has read I want to be Miss America The sisters were being groomed to be dutiful daughters and wives enter beauty contests*** got to college start jobs right after high school What effect does the "ethnic look" in American fashion have on the author She ...

**English**

Anyone who has read About Rusell During the greatest kickball game ever, Russell scores the winning point leaves with the ball*** causes his team to lose starts an argument, ending the game When Rita beats Russell at chess, she is amazed that he congratulates her puts the ...

**English**

Thank you!

**English**

Yes, indicate the verb tense sorry haha SO number two would be D?

**English**

Luther Burbank /devolved/ more than 800 new plant varieties future present past*** future perfect This recipe /will produce/ two dozen chocolate chip cookies past future perfect*** present future Since his injury at the track meet, Liam /favors/ his right leg past future ...

**Sign Language**

Yes

**Sign Language**

No, it's C

**chemistry**

How much heat must be removed from 75.0 grams of water at 90.0 degrees Celsius to cool it to 23.0 degrees celsius?

**Life orientation**

Freedom

**geography, maths liti, life sciences and economics**

Iwnt to become an economist, so Iwnt to knw that is this subject suitable for me to become an economist?

**math**

What is used to support the steps of a geometric proof? a) evidence based on observation or experiment b) measurement and observation of many cases c) postulates, definitions, given statements, and proven theorems d) steps in a geometric proof do not require support

**science**

a 600 g pool ball moving at 2.0m/s hits a second pool of the same mass at rest. the first ball moves off at 1.5m/s at an angle of 30 degrees from the original direction. assume the surface of the pool table to b frictionless find the angle at which the second ball moves off ...

**Maths**

Tom has more money than Bob. If Tom gave Bob R20 , they would have the same amount. While if Bob gave Tom R22 , Tome would then have twice as much as Bob. How much does each one actually have?

**Math**

An athlete prepares for the Comrades. He jogs out to a certain point and then turns back home. On the first day he turns after 6m.on the second day he turns after 10km. On the third day he turns after 14km. 1.after how many kilometres does he turn on the 7th day? 2.On which ...

**Math**

The weights of four different insects are given below. Insect A: 2.19*10^-4 g; Insect B: 5.00*10^-3 g; Insect C: 9.0*10^-2 g; Insect D: 1.50*10^-3 g What is the order of these insects from heaviest to lightest?

**Language Arts**

Oh okay

**Language Arts**

Yeah, for 1. I would have picked either A or B. Would it be A?

**Language Arts**

1. When the speaker in “Winter” says, “I collect books / For the coming winter”, what is her attitude toward the coming cold weather? A. positive B. uninterested** C. fearful D. angry 2. A concerete poem, such as “Seal,” A. Has few or no figures ...

**Math**

If the length of the of a circle is 15 inches, what is the length of the radius of the circle? A. 7.5 inches** B. 15 inches C. 30 inches D. any length between 0 and 15 inches I think the answer is A. Check?

**Math**

If the length of the of a circle is 15 inches, what is the length of the radius of the circle? A. 7.5 inches** B. 15 inches C. 30 inches D. any length between 0 and 15 inches I think the answer is A. Check?

**Math**

Thanks :)

**Math**

1. The figure below is a parallelogram. Which statement must be true? A. DF is parallel to DE. B. DF is parallel to EG.** C. FG is parallel to EG. D. FG is parallel to DF Check?

**Math**

Name a fraction between 1/4 and 5/16. The answer I came up with is 9/32, is this correct.

**ndzundza mabhoko secondary school**

Hi I'm doing geograph, maths literacy, life science and business which career can I go for

**chemistry**

what can be separated into atoms with a chemical reaction.

**Intermediate algebra**

A collection of nickels dimes and quarters consists of 50 coins with a total of $5.50. If there are two times as many dimes as quarters find the number of each type of coins?

**math/algebra**

Because he couldn't stop jumping

**economic**

The market would have no value of selling their milk without government interaction

**english**

thank you for the help :)

**english**

I am reposting this since I didn't get an answer :( 37. Two of the following proverbs have similar meanings. Which ones are they? 1. Every effect becomes a cause. 2. The cautious seldom make mistakes. 3. Two dogs will kill a lion. 4. A threefold cord is not quickly broken...

**English**

3,5?

**English**

47. Two of the following proverbs have similar meanings. Which ones are they? 1. No one is wise all the time. 2. A word to the wise is sufficient. 3. The doors of wisdom are never shut. 4. 'Tis wisdom sometimes to seem a fool. 5. The greatest good is wisdom. these get me ...

**English**

To me these seemed simular because politeness does not pay the bills, however cash does I would say simular??

**English**

42. Are the meanings of the following sentences: 1 similar, 2 contradictory, neither similar nor contradictory? Politeness is excellent, but it does not pay the bill. Cash is king.

**english**

i think so

**english**

19. Two of the following proverbs have similar meanings. Which ones are they? 1. You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. 2. The squeaking wheel gets the grease. 3. A fly follows the honey. 4. Sweet apperas sour when we pay. 5. Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow.

**english**

my guess was 1,3??

**physics**

a hollow spherical iron shell floats just completely submerged in water.the outer diameter is 50 cm and the density of iron is 7.9cm cubed .find he inner diameter of the shell

**Math**

Solve these system of equations. Then, write the final answer in (x,y) form. 1.) x-y=7 3x+2y=6 2.) 2x-4y=3 -3x+5y=1

**American History 1 HY1110**

an example on how to answer the question correctly

**American History 1 HY1110**

The Spanish, French, and English all explored America and left a lasting mark on the New World�s development. Compare and contrast the colonization methods used by each. Be sure to discuss the goals, characteristics, and lasting effects of each power's methods

**language arts**

Is it d?

**language arts**

Which of the following phrases from the novel best describes Johnny's status, to place, in the household as the book begins? A. most of the boys in the other shops around Hancock's wharf liked Johnny B. Of the three boys, only Johnny read easily and well C. His ability...

**language arts**

Which of the of the following phrases or sentences from the novel Johnny Tremain best describes the setting as the action of the story begins? A. and so, in a crooked little house at the head of Hancock's wharf on crowded Fish street B. On one side of the deserted wharf ...

**language arts**

Thanks!

**language arts**

Choose the meaning that best matches the meaning of the patron A wealthy museum patron funded the construction of a new wing architect supporter artist celebrity is it supporter? Thanks!

**Language Arts Help!**

Hi Callie! Did you ever figure out what the answer is?

**math**

which equation is the equation of a line that passes through (-10,3) and is perpendicular to y=5x-7?

**science**

which of the following features is most associated with the inner planets? A. rings made of ice and dust B lots of moons C large amounts of iron and silicon D thick atmospheres is it c or d?

**science**

is it large amounts of iron and silicon?

**science**

which of the following features is associated with the inner planets? rings made of ice and dust lots of moons large amounts of iron and silicon thick atmospheres

**language arts**

Which persuasive technique is used in the following sentence? The movie was advertised as "full of adventure." Isn't it. appeal to emotion appeal to reason repetition rhetorical question Someone help me please. I'm struggling. Thank you!

**language arts**

Thank you!

**language arts**

When Louise Meyer was five years old, her mother took her to a science museum. That day, young Louise encountered her first snakes, and she's been fascinated with the reptiles ever since. Meyer now breeds snakes for educational programs. She takes her slinky friends to ...

**language arts**

Thank you bobpursley. so which one is it? :)

**language arts**

the options are A, Indicative B. Subjective C. conditional D. imperative It sounds like it's a or b. Could you please tell me which one

**language arts**

Which verb mood is used in the following sentence from the selection? So if you have any sense at all, avoid Storm Fever. (storm fever is a movie) Is it subjunctive or conditional? Mrs. sue said it's subjunctive and "writing teacher" said it's conditional. ...

**language arts**

or is it subjunctive? that's what mrs. sue said

**language arts**

Which verb mood is used in the following sentence from the selection? So if you have any sense at all, avoid Storm Fever. (storm fever is a movie) A. indicative B. subjunctive C. conditional D. imperative is it c?

**language arts**

Thank you!

**language arts**

Avalanches happen in a series of stages. First, while the temperature is cold and there is a heavy snowfall, the snow will stick to the ground. Suppose that what happens next is that the air temperature changes after the snow has fallen. Then, a layer of the snow may weaken. ...

**language Arts**

I'm sorry. Perfect tense

**language Arts**

Which of the following sentences uses perfect these? A. Storm Fever is playing at several different movie theaters? B Storm fever will have stopped playing by next month C Storm Fever has been playing locally for three months D Storm Fever is probably going ti play longer at ...

**language Arts**

ok thank you :)

**language Arts**

mrs. sue? is that correct?

**language Arts**

Which of the of the following sentences from the selection uses the interrogative? A. and director Sue smith can't seem to figure out how to present a good story. B. There is little, if any, "storm" in the new movie Storm Fever C, Actor Robert Pierre seems to ...

**language Arts**

Thank you!

**language Arts**

There is little if any, "storm" in the new movie Storm Fever. Aren't actors supposed to act, and aren't directors supposed to direct? Actor Robert Pierre seems to wander aimlessly around the set. And director Sue Smith can't seem to figure out how to ...

**Language Arts**

is it B?

**language Arts**

callie, are you sure you posted the same question? I think yours was different

**language Arts**

Which persuasive technique is used in the following phrase from the selection? The movie was advertised as "full of adventure." It isn't. A. appeal to emotion B. appeal to reason C. repetition D. rhetorical questions Is it D?

**Physics**

The frequency of the wave can be changed by changing the frequency at which the waves are generated. True or false My work I think the answer is false

**math**

Express in positive index 1/5x^-1/2

**math 156**

A company will need $35000 in 6 years for a new addition. To meet this goal the company deposits money in an account today that pays 4% annual interest compounded quarterly. Find the amount that should be invested to total $35000 in 6 years. The company should invest $□?

**math**

Use Gauss's approach to find the following sums ( do not use formulas). A. 1+2+3+4+...1001 B. 1+3+5+7...+99.

**Math**

hi, I need to know what interval mean I couldn't find it

**English**

Find the complete subject and complete predicate. It was the distance from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger.

**mat/156**

Let f(x)=-2x-3 with domain 1. Find the following. a. f(-6)= b. f(100) c. f(-a) in terms of a

**Chemistry**

Can you help me understand how to review the math definition... what "percentage" means. I need to know what the total mass of the mixture of 42 grams of apples and 96 grams of oranges. ANd what is the percentage of mass the apples are? Thank you.

**mat/156**

If p stands for this meal is delicious and q stands for busy people do not eat, write each of the following in symbolic form. Use this information to answer parts a through c. (A)This meal is delicious. (B)busy people do not eat or this meal is not delicious

**mat/117**

An object 8.1 feet tall casts a shadow that is 24.3 feet long. How long in feet would the shadow be for an object which is 17.7 feet tall?

**mat/117**

Select tge approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x)=0, where f(x)=3x^2+2x+6

**mat/117**

Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an =2n, starting with n= 1

**mat/117**

Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x)=0, where f(x)=-8x^2+7x+2

**mat/117**

Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x)=0, where f(x)=-3x^2+3x+9

**mat/117**

The profit (P), in dollars, for a company is modeled by the funtion P=-750x^2+15,000x, where x is the number of items produced. For which values of x will the company losr money?

**mat/117**

Determine the equation of g(x) that results from translating the function f(x)=x^2+9 upward 11 units.

**mat/117**

Select the x-coordinate of the vertex of the parabola defined by the function f(x)=-5x^2+3x+1

**mat/117**

F(g)=-6x-1 and g(x)=4x^2. Select the solution for (fg)(x)

**mat/117**

F(x)=-6x-1 and g(x)=4x^2. Select the solution for (f+g)(x)

**Pre algebra**

25ft piece wire cut into 2 pieces one piece is 19ft shorter than the other piece how long was each piece

**PHYSICS PLEASE HELP QUICKLY**

Multiple choice please help :) Which of the following is equivalent to one ampere? 10 s/10 C 10 C/10 m 1.5 C/1.5 s 15 C/10 s

**science(check answers)**

Anonymous an Thailer Chenault are correct i got a 100% D A A C FALSE Good luck people

**Physics**

A 300 kg piano slides 4.4 m down a 30° incline and is kept from accelerating by a man who is pushing back on it parallel to the incline. The effective coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.40.(a) Calculate the magnitude of the force exerted by the man.(b) Calculate the work...

**Physics**

I just found out for part a that you would do: 1075*9.8*230*sin(17.5) which would then equal: 726915 I still need help with part b though.

**Physics**

What is the minimum work needed to push a 1075 kg car 230 m up along a 17.5° incline? (a) Ignore friction. (b) Assume the effective coefficient of friction retarding the car is 0.30?