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May 25, 2013

# Posts by katherine

Total # Posts: 464

math
So I've been having trouble solving some problems. Mainly problems that look like this 5-(t+3)=-1+2(t-3) what causes problems is the 5- part. I asked my teacher for help, and he gave me a hint, which is to distribute a -1 like 5+(-1)(t)+(-1)(3) But I still don't get it...

US History
oops. "Gave *Spain"

US History
The question is "How might Juan Cabrillo's explorations affect later settlements in CA?" In the book there's only a little sentence talking about him.. "Cabrillo sailed 1,200 miles along the coast of what is now California. Cabrillo failed to find wealth...

math
3 is the numbers of the fewest number of flip u made HTHTHT FLIP 2,3 HHTTHT FLIP 3,4 HHHHHT FLIP 4,5 HHHTTT flip 2 and 3 is flip 1 flip 3 and 4 is flip 2 flip 4 and 5 is flip 3 thats how we get three...the only thing i want to know is if we did it right with the flippping

math
HTHTHT FLIP 2,3 HHTTHT FLIP 3,4 HHHHHT FLIP 4,5 HHHTTT yeah me 2 i got 3..lolzzz

math
hehehe...anyways what did u get for ur answer

math
Place six coins on the table in the arrangement shown in the first row below... Start like this...head tales head tales head tales Your task is to produce the second arrangement shown by flipping coins according to thsi rule: you must flip two adjacent coins at a time. End up...

algebra
I figured out number 5. I'm still having problems with the other one though.

algebra
I need help showing me how to do some problems.. 5. 28-0.3y = 0.7y-12 I got 10/400 or 0.025.. and 3c-4c+1=5c+2+3 I ended up getting c=1 but the book says it's wrong too.. What am I doing wrong?

math
thats all...how did u get it...were u just playing with it to get teh answers

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