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April 20, 2014

April 20, 2014

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**algebra II**

A set of input values is sometimes referred to as the replacement set for the independent variables. Evaluate each function for the given replacement set. f(x)=3x-6;{-3.5,-1,1/4,2,11}

**algebra II**

A set of input values is sometimes referred to as the replacement set for the independent variables. Evaluate each function for the given replacement set. f(x)=3x-6;{-3.5,-1,1/4,2,11}

**algebra II**

A set of input values is sometimes referred to as the replacement set for the independent variables. Evaluate each function for the given replacement set. f(x)=3x-6;{-3.5,-1,1/4,2,11} f(x)=x(1-2x);{-8,2/3,1,9,4}

**Science-please help**

What could you say if a rock had large crystals? Explain. What could you say if a rock layer had a folding? Explain.

**history**

what were the resolutions that Lucretia Mott came up with?

**history**

what started first wave feminism? what made women start fighting for their rights?

**History**

what would be a good idea for a video project on first wave feminism?

**Biology**

why do people conduct an experiment using pH? whats the purpose of the pH scale? why do we use it?

**Biology**

Whats the history/background on the pH Scale

**Health Research Project**

I am having trouble with this also. I think my brain is stuck at this point. How do you find the article E-5.07. When I search that it brings up a ton of articles. Thanks so much!

**Health Research Project**

I am having trouble with this also. I think my brain is stuck at this point. How do you find the article E-5.07. When I search that it brings up a ton of articles. Thanks so much!

**Science**

I have my carbon NMR spectra and my product should not have any N in it but there are peaks for N-H secondary amines...the only nitrogen used was in the catalyst...this should not show up on the spectra, right? If it should not have how would I explain the occurrence of these ...

**Chemistry**

I need help with getting started: 1.The crystal structure of an ionic compound consists of alternating cations and anions lying next to each other in three dimensions. If the cation radius is 55.1% of the anion radius and the distance between the cation nuclei is 587 pm, what ...

**chemistry**

i figured it out

**chemistry**

Write balanced half-cell reactions and equations for the following: Mo24O37(s) + MnO4-(aq) makes MoO3(s) + Mn+2(aq) (BASIC)

**English (CA)**

my teacher says we should replace the verb to be (is, are,was,were, has been) and there are a couple places in my essay where i cant figure out hiw to change them...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated - Another instance of symbolism in “The Most Dangerous Game...

**math**

solve for x x^2-x+8=0

**Math**

so what would the x-intercepts be? (SQRT3, SQRT-3) ?

**Precalc**

how do u find the zeros of x^3+13x^2-16x+8? w/o a calc?

**Math age problem**

A mother is thrice as old as her son.Six years from now,she will be forty-four yeras more than one-third her son will then be.How old is the mother now?

**Chemistry**

Yes, the 2nd reaction is the 1st reaction reversed. The book says when you have a reaction that is reversed, take the opposite sign of the ÄH... which should be -154 by that definition. I'm not sure if I am suppose to divide 154 by 2??

**Chemistry**

HELP!! I cannot find the value of ÄH, for the following reactions. A + 2B --> C + 3D , ÄH = 154 kJ 1/2C + 3/2D --> 1/2A + B, ÄH= ? I have tried the answers -302 and 154 and neither were correct. Have any suggestions?? Thank You!

**Chemistry**

It worked!! Thanks so much for your help!

**Chemistry**

I did not get the correct answer... Solve for MassSteel. Here is my work- masssteelx specific heat rod x (Tfinal-Tinitial) + massH2O x specific heat water x (Tfinal-Tinitial) = 0 MassSteel = -massH2O x specific heat water x (Tfinal-Tinitial)/ specific heat rod x (Tfinal-Tiniti...

**Chemistry**

I need help! I found the change in Temp= -.9 degree C. I don't know what to do next...? What value from this problem do I use as my q(heat capacity) to plug into the equation q= m X Cs X change T? The question states: 120mL of H2O is intially @ room temp (22 degree C). A c...

**Pre-Calculus**

SMALL-SAMPLE CONFIDENCE INTERVAL FOR A POPLATION MEAN 90% Confidence Interval = x-bar +/- 1.65 * s/SQRT(n) n = NUMBER OF SAMPLES [3] Cumulative Distribution Function Student's t distribution with 3 DF x P( X <= x ) 1.65 0.901247

**algebra - Help!**

The local fish market is having a sale on whole fish. the prices are as follows: You can buy an albacore and a barracuda for$21 You can buy a barracuda and a carp for $32 You can buy a carp and a dogfish for $32 You can buy a dogfish and an eel for $37 You can buy an eel and f...

**rudcing fractions**

how would i reduce 45/108 or make it a mix numberb

**Dividing fractions**

and how do you reduce fractions isnt it dive the bottom number by the top

**Dividing fractions**

thank you very very much

**Dividing fractions**

how do i do 3 and 3/4 divided by 12 and 1/2 plz help

**Math pizzaz pre algraba**

What magic tricj dies Mr.Utterbunk perform ever evening

**calc**

calculate the critical points of f(x)=xe^-x i plugged in zero in the derivative, and i got: e^-0*0e^-0 = 0 1*0= 0 so is the critical point zero then???

**math!**

f(x)=x^3-6x+1 find the critical points, where the function is increasing or decreasing and explain the shape of the graph using the derivative and algebra. i found the derivative to be 3x^2-6. So the critical points are -1.4 and 1.4. The derivative is decreasing until (0,6) an...

**college calculus**

yes, i feel like such an idiot, but it makes sense now. thank you!!!

**college calculus**

find a and b so that f(x)=x^2+ax+b has a local min at (6,-5) i found the derivative: f'=2x+a then i found a 0=2x+a 0=2(6)+a 0=12+a a=-12 but i can't seem to get the correct value for b. i plugged -5 into the original function, but my book says the answer is b=31. how d...

**french**

oops sorry, chemise is shirt, not blouse

**french**

Au bazar de la ville,- at the village market/bazar il choisit un pantalon rose - he chose pink pants une chemise a pois-a polka dot blouse et des bottes-and some boots en lezard! - not sure what lezard means, je suis desolee.

** 9th grade english**

you are as unique as an m and m You as sweet as an m an m

** 9th grade english**

isnt a metaphoring comparing to things using like or as

**social studies**

like how he says he wants to give the taxes or somthing like that to other people

**social studies**

his fault like as in raising the taxes or distrapution

**social studies**

I need help making a political cartoon. It needs to be about obama any help is greatly apreciated

**english**

Well M and m are all diffrent colors and since all the m and m arent the same color it means there uniquine and people arnt all the same we are all unique do you get what i am saying

**english**

what do you mean like an M and m candy

**calc I**

how do i find the critical points of the function g(x)=xe^-x i think the derivative is xe^-x*-x^2e???

**calc I**

f(x)=x^3-6x+1 find the critical points, where the function is increasing or decreasing and explain the shape of the graph using the derivative and algebra. i found the derivative to be 3x^2-6. So the critical points are -1.4 and 1.4. The derivative is decreasing until (0,6) an...

**calculus I**

find a and b so that f(x)=x^2+ax+b has a local min at (6,-5) i found the derivative: f'=2x+a then i found a 0=2x+a 0=2(6)+a 0=12+a a=-12 but i can't seem to get the correct value for b. i plugged -5 into the original function, but my book says the answer is b=31.

**english**

thank you!

**english**

what exactly does this phrase mean.... such discourse facilitates the praxis of hope??? i think it means that discussion facilitates the practice of hope...but i looked up the definition of praxis and i'm not sure which one fits the context of this sentence.

**Chemistry**

How do I convert the atmospheric pressure = 30.17in to mmHg? also how do I convert to mm H2O?

**ap biology**

what are two examples of roles of predation in population control (tundra biome)

**college biology**

why is autophagy not considered endocyctosis?

**Pre-calculus**

This is a right triangle. Therefore the Pythagorean Law applies. 150^2+300^2= Distance^2 22500+90000=D^2 112500=D^2 335.41=D Rounded to the nearest tenth, D=335.4 feet

**Biology**

What is an adenosine triphosphate? I don't understand the fancy definitions. Can some one please simplify it for me? Thanks!

**6th grade**

They are lines that run next to each other, but can go on forever and never meet or intersect.

**Current events**

Does anyone know pakistan's current position on russia/georgia, the environment,and the status of permanent refugees?

**Math**

Can you explain that?

**Math**

what is the answer if, for example, the base number is 8 and the exponent is 0?

**Math**

S = 11 + 18 + 27 + 38 + 51 + 65 + 82 + .........+Tn S = 11 + 18 + 27 + 38 + 51 + 65 + ................ + Tn --------------------------------------... 0 = 11 + (7 + 9 + 11 + 13 + ....(n-1).terms.................) - Tn 0 = 11 + (n - 1)/2 [14 + 2(n - 2)] = 11 + (n - 1)(n + 5) - T...

**math**

Determine if there exists a real number that is exactly one less than its cube. If so, find the value of the number. (Hint: IVT)

**Science**

A girl is pulling a sled up a hill with a force of 5N. The wind is blowing at her back (uphill) with a force of 15N. The force of gravitity is 20N and friction between her boots and the snow is 5N. What is the net force, including direction, of this situation?

**Math**

You have 84 coins, in dimes or nickles that equal $7.15, how many dimes and nickles

**Science**

A car is driving up a hill with a force of 40N. The wind is blowing downhill with a force of 10N. Gravity is affecting th car with a force of 20N. The force of friction is 9N. What is the net force, including direction, of this situation?

**Pre-calculus**

x = r cos(45) ...(1) y = r sin(45) ...(2) Dividing (2) by (1): y / x = tan(45) = 1 y = x.

**math**

WHAT EVER YOU DO TO ONE SIDE YOU DO TO THE OTHER SIDE

**math**

-10h-6=24 +6 +6 10h 30 _--- _----- 10 10 h=3 SADS =same sings add different subtract

**math**

can you put patterning questions up on your website like youdidfor algebra an arthemitics?

**Philosophy - Logic**

I keep getting different answers from different sources on these questions... I'm still not sure. Anyone else who can lend their opinion? #1 I need to know if this is a real or apparent argument. A: I saw Bob with Mary last night. B: You saw Frank, Bob's identical twin...

**LOGIC**

Oops. In the first set of statements, both statements should read "Mary."

**LOGIC**

I keep getting different answers from different sources on these questions... I'm still not sure. Anyone else who can lend their opinion? #1 I need to know if this is a real or apparent argument. A: I saw Bob with Mary last night. B: You saw Frank, Bob's identical twin...

**Philosophy - Logic**

#1 I'm having trouble understanding why you say it is not a real arguement. Person A is stating that he saw Bob and person B is saying that person A really saw Frank. How is it possible for the two statements to both be true and thus inconsistent? #2. Can't person A TH...

**Philosophy - Logic**

I have a few logic questions that I am having difficult with and would be greatful for any insight... #1 I need to know if this is a real or apparent argument. A: I saw Bob with Mary last night. B: You saw Frank, Bob's identical twin, with Marsha last night. I'm thinki...

**Math/Calculus**

Find k so that the following function is continuous on any interval: f(x)= kx 0 (less than or equal to) x (less than) 2 3x^2 2 (less than or equal to x) i know the answer is 12 but i don't know how to arrive at that. could you please walk me through the steps? thanks.

**HELP! MATH**

cold yam is put into a hot oven, the temperature of the yam begins to rise. The rate R in degrees per minute at which the temperature rises is governed by Newton's Law of Heating, which says that the rate is proportional to the temperature different between the yam and the...

**Math**

A cold yam is put into a hot oven, the temperature of the yam begins to rise. The rate R in degrees per minute at which the temperature rises is governed by Newton's Law of Heating, which says that the rate is proportional to the temperature different between the yam and t...

**Calculus**

A cold yam is put into a hot oven, the temperature of the yam begins to rise. The rate R in degrees per minute at which the temperature rises is governed by Newton's Law of Heating, which says that the rate is proportional to the temperature different between the yam and t...

**French**

1. j'ai un ordinateur. 2. vous n'avez pas de chaise. forms of avoir j'ai tu as il/elle a nous avons vous avez elles/ils ont

**earth science**

how does radioactive decay provide heat energy within the earth

**Algebra**

A guy wire reaches from the top of a 24 ft. pole to a point on the ground 8 ft. from the pole. Find the length of the wire.

**geometry**

i didn't understand the concept of symmetry in maths ? what is its use in the field of mathematics? what is tha aplication of symmetry of symmetry in various fields. somevdy please answer

**Spanish 2**

Write correct preterite forms of the verbs ir and estar to complete conversatin. Claudia y yo ______a comprar sellos; _______ en el correo por quince minutos. Elías _________ a cobrar un cheque; ______ en el banco por veinte minutos. Irene y Marcos ______ a comprar unos...

**civics**

what amendment number restricts the president in regards to treason, bribes, and being impeached?

**Italian**

How do you say "twin town" in Italain. I know its "Une ville jumelle" in french. A.s.a.p X

**science**

How is sickle cell anemia maintained in our world (why doesn't it eradicate itself)?

**science**

can someone help me answer this question? How is the sickle anemia gene maintained (why doesn't it destroy itself)?

**science**

I dont understand what this question is asking (what does it mean by physiology) Explain the physiology of sickle cell anemia.

**french**

Ok thank-you! I also have a question: I said the address was 34, rue.... and that still is the address. Should I use the imparfait for that or is it o.k.? Nous sommes allées au Musée des Tissus et des Arts Décoratifs à onze heures. L’adresse a ...

**french**

CAn someone proof read this? Nous sommes allées au Musée des Tissus et des Arts Décoratifs à onze heures. L’adresse a été 34, rue de la Charité, Lyon, France 69002. Nous avons vu des textiles du dix-huitième si&egrav...

**english**

nevermind

**english**

how can i use the word caustic in a sentence that relates to the book "A Separate Peace"

**science**

I do not understand this question. I tried to answer it but I am completely at a loss. Can someone help? Describe how the number of antibodies produced and time it takes to produce such antibodies differs between first time exposures and all subsequent exposures.

**Pre-Algebra**

I am having problems with graphing inequalities how do you do them for example x + y < 3 or x> -2

**Organic Chemistry**

I just wanted to get these checked. I think 1 is b, 2 is a, 3 is d, 4 is c, 5 is e and 6 is a

**Organic Chemistry**

I got some multiple choice questions to practice and I'm not sure of how to get the answers... 1). Which of the following corresponds to the COC bond angle in dimethyl ether?-94 degrees, 110degrees, 180 degrees, 122 degrees, or 60 (i think it's 110 2). classify the rea...

**chemistry**

Yup! Thank you!

**chemistry**

I'm reviewing for a test tomorrow, and I was wondering about this question. Convert 55 mi/gal to meters/liter. I'm not sure how to go about it, though when I tried it I got 89000.0m/4L. But, I'm not sure if that is right.

**chemistry**

Okay, good. I think I'm all set then. Thank you!

**chemistry**

I was thinking that if, for example, two different pressures were given, two different volumes were given, two different temperatures were given and only one mole, then you use P1V1/n1T1...etc to find the missing mole. But, if only one pressure, one volume, and one temperature...

**chemistry**

I know how to use the equations pv=nrt and P1xV1/n1xT1 = P2xV2/n2xT2, but I don't understand when to use them. I have a test tomorrow and I'm going over some word problems, but I can't figure out how decide which formula you need to use. Is there a specific way to ...

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