# Posts by maritza

Total # Posts: 15

**Math**

Mariah builds a tablet using square tiles. there are 12 rows of tiles and 30 tiles in each row. how many tiles does Mariah use.

**Math**

To purchase a computer for the student activities office, the freshman class decides to raise 1/4 of the money, and sophomore class decides to raise 2/3 of the money. The student government association agrees to contribute the rest, which amounted to $200. What was the cost of...

**math**

In how many ways can 6 students be seated in a row of 6 chairs if Shane insists on sitting in the first chair?

**science**

Speed is a measure of how fast something moves in a specific direction

**math**

how do you solve this problem (m-5)^4+36=13(m-5)^2 algebraically

**math**

Tell what operation you would to write each expression 6 more than 13

**math**

I don't understand how you turned 5/6 to 1/6

**Physics**

An electric field is generated by a charge imbalance and the field is expressed by Coulomb’s Law. What is the value (and UNITS) of the proportionality constant in Coulomb’s law?

**Physics**

If a 75-kg skater starts his skate at 8.0m, at his lowest point (height = 0), what is his velocity?

**Physics**

Wow, thank you! I was off then, I thought it was 0 N since the maximum friction is 150 N and I thought that is how much you needed to move the box. Thank you once again bobpursley

**Physics**

If you are pushing a box with 100 N of force and the maximum friction is 150 N. What is the net force of the box?

**calculus**

find the positive roots of the equation 2x^3-5x^2+6=0 and evaluate the function y=500x^6 at each root. round you answers to the nearest integer, but only in the final step.

**Calculus**

find the positive roots of the equation 2x^3-5x^2+6=0 and evaluate the function y=500x^6 at each root. round you answers to the nearest integer, but only in the final step.

**english**

What do you think the poor old man may symbolize? (The Pardoner's Tale)

**writing assignment**

What are some famous landmarks?

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