Total # Posts: 127
To get the x intercept you are going to want to isolate the x so that your problem equals x SO try dividing the 4 in 4x by itself to cancel it out. Since you have to do the same thing on both sides, divide the 4 by 4y and by 12 then you have x=y-3. Here is an example of how to...
August 16, 2009
Hey I am mormon so i might be able to answer some of these for you from a mormon perspection if that is what you are asking: Pro or Con-prayer in school: not really touched on no strong church beliefs but there are no problems with this found in the church -creationism vs. ...
August 16, 2009
Does anyone have any ideas for an UNpersuasive essay? Instead of doing a normal essay, my class is doing an essay on anything that's crazy that people would normally not believe but if I use facts and other information, maybe they might believe me. I wanted to do maybe ...
May 26, 2009
The "Critical Period" took place during the years when... w. the United States was governed by its 1st president x. George Washington served as the 1st president y. None of these answers are correct
March 22, 2009
Hi, A bottle of concentrated Hydrochloric acid (HCl) has the following information stated on it: - Hydrochloric acid 37% 1L ~ 1190kg How do I prepare 0.1N HCl from this concentrated HCl?
December 18, 2008
Should intelligence operations be expanded? What is the intelligence dilemma facing United States law enforcement? Define and explain this dilemma. Address concerns about interagency cooperation related to the expansion of intelligence operations. o Should executive powers be ...
October 21, 2008
Two centuries ago there were more buffalo than cattle in the United States. Even though millions of cattle are killed for beef consumption each year, the catttle population continues to grow while the buffalo are virtually extinct. why? Explain in economic's term. Thanks
August 31, 2007
Could anyone explaint to me what role the Binomial Theory plays in statistics and probability? Using statistics, we can make statements about a population based on sample data. Probability helps us make those statements. The binomial theory can be used to determine ...
March 6, 2007
proof by induction
proof by mathmatical induction that the sum of the first n natural numbers is equal n(n+1)/2 It's true for n = 1. Assume that it is true for some n. Then the sum of the first n+1 natural integers can be obtained by dding the last number n+1 to n(n+1)/2. So, the assumption ...
March 4, 2007
Find the percent of 42377 books i dont understand how to find percents You don't have enough information to calculate percent. If we had a total of 42,377 books and we sold some of them %books sold=(# books sold/42,377)x100 the question says: For 1980, find the percent of ...
January 17, 2007