Tuesday

July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

Total # Posts: 192

**Math**

How do I measure the circumference of a circle without the given radius/diameter? How do I measure the actual distance between Grande Prairie and Medicine Hat? Map Scale: 1:18,300,000

**Biology**

Describe how a monomer is the basic unit of all macromolecules.

**math**

Can u please make an equation for this? : the club members need 686 cm of denim for rag dolls. They need 438 cm of denim for bean bags. How much denim is needed in all?

**Dynamics**

What is the minimum spring compression delta necessary to cause m2 to leave the floor after m1 suddenly released with zero velocity? Measure delta from the unstretched length of the spring and assume that all the motion is in vertical direction

**Science**

What is the composition of the A horizon ? a. topsoil b. subsoil c. bedrock d. water Either b or d? ^^

**Early Childhood Education**

In speaking to William, the classroom teacher said, "Bill can climb the hill." Then she said to the class, "See? I made a rhyme!" The teacher's goal was to: A. train the children to differentiate human speech patterns. B. develop the children's soun...

**math**

estimate the copier size factor used.Give your answer as a percent

**Science**

HAHAHA everybody from connexus goes here and openstudy

**math**

Sam opened a money-market account that pays 2% simple interest. He started the account with $7,000 and made no further deposits. When he closed the account, he had earned $560 in interest. How long did he keep his account open?

**Geography**

For this question, you need to apply what you learned about temperature controls to two locations on Earth. Discuss how the 5 factors influencing temperature patterns effect St. Louis, Missouri (38°39' N, 90°W; elevation 535 ft) and Singapore (1°24'N, 103&d...

**physics**

A car starts from rest and travels for 7.5 s with a uniform acceleration of +1.9 m/s2 The driver then applies the brakes, causing a uniform deceleration of 1.1 m/s2 If the brakes are applied for 2.9 s, how fast is the car going at the end of the braking period? Answer in unit...

**Math**

Angela measured 2 trees in her front yard.Tree A is 5m. Tree B is 200 cm taller than tree A. How tall is tree B

**chemistry**

Write the equations describing the electrode reactions and the net cell reaction for this electrochemical cell containing indium and cadmium: This is what I have so far: anode: In(s) --> In^3+ + 3e- cathode: Cd^2+ + 2e- --> Cd (s) Need help writing the balanced net react...

**geometry**

in the diagram below of quadrilateral abcd ac is a diagonal that biscets <bad and <bcd which statment can be used to prove that riangle abc is congruent to triangle adc

**Physics**

Mars has a mass of about 6.09x10^23 kg and it's moon Phobos has a mass of about 9.4 x10^15N how far apart are mars and Phobos? The value of the grav constant is 6.673 x10^-11 answer in units of N

**math**

Yes

**Math**

A pizza was cut into 6 slices. Ben ate 1/3 of the pizza. How many slices did he eat?

**Math**

A pizza was cut into 6 slices. Ben ate 1/3 of the pizza. How many slices did he eat?

**Math**

A pizza was cut into 6 slices. Ben ate 1/3 of the pizza. How many slices did he eat?

**english**

thats the last question I have.

**english**

can u help me?

**english**

ohh okay thanks. what about this one? Sometimes leaders have to make difficult decisions. Scott chose to pursue his goal of reaching the South Pole despite very dangerous weather conditions. What did he have to consider when making his decision? Why do you think he made the ch...

**english**

I also need help with that one and this one: Answer the following question about the poem “Fable for When There’s No Way Out.” How does this line from the poem help explain the outcome of the chick’s struggle?

**english**

Thanks so much!! Answer the following question about the essay “Escaping.” Give an example of one internal and one external conflict from the selection

**english**

Yes, Im talking about this question Which of the following is an example of Scott’s achievements as an explorer? (1 point) He has been the subject of many poems, songs, and books. He starred in Scott of the Antarctic. In 1901 he sailed farther south than anyone else had e...

**english**

I really dont know about that one.. could you help me?

**english**

what about the second one?

**english**

i think it is B. and I also need help with this one Which of the following is an example of Scott’s achievements as an explorer? (1 point) He has been the subject of many poems, songs, and books. He starred in Scott of the Antarctic. In 1901 he sailed farther south than a...

**english**

i think it is B. and I also need help with this one Which of the following is an example of Scott’s achievements as an explorer? (1 point) He has been the subject of many poems, songs, and books. He starred in Scott of the Antarctic. In 1901 he sailed farther south than a...

**english**

“In the snow” is repeated three times in “Scott’s Goodbye.” What meaning might the writer have hoped to convey by repeating this phrase? (1 point) The snow was breathtakingly beautiful. The snow and cold were inescapable. The snow was melting away. The...

**Physics University**

Thank you so much!!! This problem gave me a headache!

**Physics University**

I get: VecA=40m/s VecB=62.2m/s VecC=33.4m/s VecD=199.3m/s all at E of S of the radius Then VecE=27.8m/s at N of W And VecF=101.1m/s in a linear spiral Final= 1.87m Which of my vectors are wrong?

**Physics University**

If a completely cylindrical bar with a mass of 5000kg is flung into a wall with a surface area of 500un^2 and is morphed into a square at 50NMC/m at 40 degrees tangent to the area of initial impact. What is the length of the sides?

**ALGERBRA,PLEASE HELP!!!!!!**

This is easy ppl it is c,b,a,c

**statistics**

suppose x is a uniform random variable with c=30 and d=80 find the probability that a randomly selected observation exceeds 50 this is the direct question, i have no idea how to work this problem, please help

**MATH 4TH GRADE**

60 if your question is whats 12times5

**santaluces**

m<1+m<3=180 m<2+m<3=180 m<1+m<3+m<2+m<3 m<3=m<3 m<1=m<2 <1=<2

**Physics**

Grating #2 must give a second order maximum. Both gratings must also give second order maxima. It is possible that neither grating gives a second order maximum. Grating #1 must give a second order maximum.

**Physics **

Diffraction grating #1 has half the lines/cm that diffraction grating #2 does. When used with a certain wavelength of light, both gratings give first order maxima. Which of the following statements is true for the same wavelength of light.

**Algebra**

Two hundred tickets for the school play were sold. Tickets cost $2 for students and $3 for adults. The total amount collected $490. How many student tickets were sold?

**Geometry Please Help With One Multiple Choice **

Write the ratios for sin A and cos A. {picture is of a right triangle, ABC. segment AC is 8, segment AB is 17, and segment CB is 15.} sin A=15/17, cos A=8/17 sin A=15/8, cos A=8/17 sin A=15/17, cos A=8/15 sin A=8/17, cos A=15/17

**Geometry One multiple choice question!**

Write the ratios for sin A and cos A. {picture is of a right triangle, ABC. segment AC is 8, segment AB is 17, and segment CB is 15.} sin A=15/17, cos A=8/17 sin A=15/8, cos A=8/17 sin A=15/17, cos A=8/15 sin A=8/17, cos A=15/17

**ENGLISH**

What form of the word in parenthesis would make sense? Clara (go) for the doctor in plenty of time.

**Calculus **

Work out the problem and explain your steps as you go please! 1. Find the limit by numerical evidence of limx -->4 x3+4x2-7x-5 2. Find the limit of limx-->-9 x2-81x+9. 3. Find the limit of each of the following: a. limx-->0 x+4x-2x b. limx-->0 x3+51 x2-17 c. limn--...

**math**

In an 8 inch by 12 inch rectangular photograph, the image of a building is 5 inches high. If the photograph is magnified until its perimeter is 720 inches, what is the height, in inches, of the image of the building in the larger photograph?

**Geometry**

If DE = 4x+5 and GJ = 3x+25 what is DE? DE is the midpoint of the triangle.

**Math- PLEASE HELP!**

Sarita works 2 days each week. If her office is open 7 days each week, use pascal's triangle to find the probability that she will be scheduled for Wednesday and Saturday next week. A. 2/7 B. 1/14 C. 1/21 D. 1/42

**math**

A 4 1/2ft ribbon is cut into 6 equal-length pieces.How long is each piece?

**science**

how does running water contribute to weathering, erosion, and deposion?

**World History **

I would like to know anything about the hollocoust and world war 2!

**geometry**

i believe the answer to be D.

**geometry**

An angle bisector of a triangle divides the opposite side of the triangle into segments 6 cm and 5 cm long. A second side of the triangle is 6.9 cm long. Find the longest and shortest possible lengths of the third side of the triangle. Round answers to the nearest tenth of a c...

**Geometry**

thank you ms sue.. i askeed my dad and he was like i dont see why u dont understand this blah blah blah... u r so much help =)

**Geometry**

x= 15?

**Geometry**

9 over x = 15 over 25 what is x?

**Geom**

solve for the value of x. C:\Users\Emily Shae\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Low\Content.IE5\3J5934JU\paint[1].jpg please help me.. i dont want the answer just how to solve

**chem**

The fact that ice is less dense than water is related to the fact that ____. the molecular structure of ice is much less orderly than that of water the molecules of ice are held to each other by covalent bonding ice has a molecular structure in which water molecules are arrang...

**CHEM.**

How does the surface tension of water compare with the surface tensions of most other liquids? a.)It is lower. b.)It is about the same. c.)It is higher. d.)It is higher when a surfactant is added. i think its C or D.

**English**

Example 1...(Many people use bamboo screens) that roll up and down. Is the part in parentheses a subordinate clause?

**english**

The majority of Robert Frost’s poems concern life in the city. true false i think its true

**english**

It is the neighbor who believes that good fences make good neighbors, not the speaker. true false

**English**

Why don’t the narrator and the other man want to hold Edward for ransom? Is their motivation internal or external? in “I, Too, Sing America”

**English**

The speaker in “I, Too, Sing America” survives adversity because he feels what? 1.)faith that he will one day be affirmed by white America. 2.)he has uncovered the hypocrisy around him. 3.)he is better than the people who are oppressing him. 4.)hope that he can one d...

**math**

rounding fractions to 0, 0.5, or 1. where would 0.599 lay? Can you round fractions down?

**english**

Look up a few on youtube... pretty interesting.

**English**

Thank ya kindly Ms. Sue =)

**English**

Can you explain what idiomatic is ?

**English**

I have no idea thats the way it is on the lesson... I think the answer is idiomatic.

**English**

A girl tells her mother she is volunteering at an animal shelter because it makes her feel good, but the truth is that she has been offered extra credit in one of her classes to do so. Her motivation is 1.)a lie 2.)external 3.)idiomatic 4.)idiomatic

**english**

What is the one thing Countee Cullens finds to be God’s strangest “mistake”? a.)creating a black poet b.)making moles blind c.)that people must all die d.)that the Greek king Tantalus must be punished for all eternity

**Geom**

write a similarity statement and the postulate or theorem you used. What does this mean??

**geometr**

Given the proportion a/b=8/15, what ratio completes the equivalent proportion a/8= what/what ?

**geometry**

What is the solution of the proportion? 3y-8 y ---- = --- 12 5

**Geometry**

Given A (-6,4) and M(-1, -1) find B.

**English**

I go to connections

**Science**

You notice green scum floating on the surface of a pond. How can you tell whether these organsims are plants?

**Geom**

If m<AOC = 49°, m<BOC = 2x°+10°, and m<AOB = 4x°–15° find the degree measure of BOC and AOB. mBOC = 18°; mAOB = 31° mBOC = 28°; mAOB = 21° mBOC = 21°; mAOB = 28° mBOC = 31°; mAOB = 18°

**geometry**

I get it omg thank you!

**geometry**

Two sides of a triangle have lengths 8 and 17. Which inequalities represent the possible lengths for the third side, x? a) 9 < x < 25 b) 9 < x < 17 c) 9 < x < 8 d) 8 < x < 17

**Physics**

You are at a furniture store and notice that a Grandfather clock has its time regulated by a physical pendulum that consists of a rod with a movable weight on it. When the weight is moved downward, the pendulum slows down; when it is moved upward, the pendulum swings faster. I...

**Algebra**

I am not sure how to do this question

**Algebra**

The dosage in milligrams D of a heartworm prevention for dog who weighs x pounds is given by D(x)=136/25x. What is proper dose for dog that weighs 29 pounds?

**algebra**

2x^2-8x+2=0

**physics**

A 3.60 kg block is pushed along the ceiling with an constant applied force of F = 75.5 N that acts at an angle θ = 61° with the horizontal, as in the figure below. The block accelerates to the right at 5.76 m/s2. Determine the coefficient of kinetic friction between t...

**algebra1**

Yes!

**algebra**

(a-2sqrt:ab+b)/(a-b)

**English**

The second one. In the first sentence, the verb tenses do not agree (Past/future).

**English**

The first dialogue can be in the paragraph it is coming from, but when the kid responds, it should start a new paragraph every time.

**algebra**

s-2

**Physics**

A 10N block is attached to the wall by a rope on a frictionless surface. If the lower surface makes an angle of 30 degrees with the horizontal, calculate the (a) normal force (b) tension on the rope.

**geometry**

-2

**Algebra**

3x^7-5x^5-27^2+45

**Math**

Let L be the line whose equation is Re(z) + Im(z) = 2. Find the equation of the inversion of L, expressed in terms of a complex variable z. Thanks so much! Lexi

**Math**

How do you factor 84-2c-2c^2 ?

**Math**

Hello, im in 6th grade and im trying to find out the least common multiple of a number and the greatest common factor of a number. I dont know what they are. thanks

**physics**

A boy walks 13 km in 2.0 h. What is his speed in km/h and m/s. Show work.

**Graphing Method**

y=4x+3 y=x-5

**chemistry**

carbonate*

**chemistry**

When performing a titration, 23.65 mL of 1.25 M calcium carbonste was used to neutralize 9.68 mL of HCl. What is the concentration of the HCl solution? (Create a balanced equation first)

**chemistry**

what is the new concentration of a NaOH solution that was made from 75 mL of a 5.5 M NaOH solution and diluted it to 250 mL?