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October 10, 2015
Total # Posts: 1,610

**spanish(foriegn language)**

i really need help with these spanish words.i just started my first spanish class, so those who have already had spanish, it shouldnt be to hard.translate the following please: aqui,tengo(not tango.lol),te llamas,soy,eres,yo,tu,? de donde?,de, ?eres tu de,and finally tengo ...
*August 29, 2006*

**Advanced Algebra**

In the definition of intercepts, it says THE y-intercept, but AN x-intercept. Sketch a graph which shows that a function could have more than one x-intercept. Explain why a fuction could not have more than one y-intercept. How about the x-axis? If it had two y intercepts then ...
*August 29, 2006*

**chemistry**

I have two Chemistry related questions that were in my AP Chem summer packet. The first has to do with Stoichiometry. It says, "Calculate the number of moles, molecules, and atoms in 60.0 g of boron triflouride. I calculated that there are .885 moles, and 5.33 x 10^23 ...
*August 28, 2006*

**algebra**

what would a graph look like if.. y= (3/4)x + 2 and the domain is... x = {-8,-4,0,4,8} would it be discrete or continous? Kelly you should be able to see that the first equation is a line. You should be able to determine the slope and intercept as well. Since the domain is a ...
*August 27, 2006*

**Math!!!!**

13.75 is the same as 12.5 plus a fraction of 12.5. What is the fraction? HELP. THANK YOU!! I would do this. 13.75 - 12.5 = 1.25 difference. 1.25 is 1-1/4 (one and one-fourth) and that is the same as 5/4. So 13.75 = 12.5 + 5/4. Check this out. 6=7\3=14
*August 23, 2006*

**orientalism of muslim and arab american**

Hahahahahahahahhaha, UOP. Me too.
*August 6, 2006*

**business and economics**

any one know the definition of: inelastic supply? core concepts? contestable? timebased pricing?
*June 30, 2006*

**critical thinking**

does anyone know where i can find the defintions of principles! http://www.onelook.com/?w=principle&ls=a the defintion of they're
*June 28, 2006*

**math logic correction !!**

What comes next in the sequence? st, nd, rd, th, __, __. Sorry about typos in previous question. th, th These are the two-letter endings to "ordinal" numbers, starting with the "first". See http://www.janbrett.com/piggybacks/ordinal.htm Thanks for your ...
*September 4, 2005*

**math logic??**

What cones nest in the sequence? st,nd,rd,th,___, ____. See my answer to the same question, which you posted twice.
*September 4, 2005*