Friday

April 29, 2016
Total # Posts: 172

**art 101**

No the answer is D, relative size
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

In art the term scale refers to: a. range of colors used b. the texture of a surface c. the weight of a sculpture d. relative size
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

A shape placed in two-dimensional surface establishes a a. sense of realism b. figure ground relationship c. color d. linear perspective
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

A shape can set off from its surroundings using changes in: a. Value [lightness or darkness] b. color [chroma or hue] c. texture d. all of the above
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

yes it was d.
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

Two kinds of shapes that are created when an object is placed in a picture plane are: a. right and left b. high and low c. light and dark d. positive and negative I think it is positive and negative. Is that right?
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

Can you change the relationship between object and background by changing their colors? What happens?
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

how does the contrast between an object and the background in a picture affect the appearance of depth? a. The greater the contrast, the flatter the appearance b. The more objects there are, the more contrast there will be. c. The closer in tone, the flatter the appearance d. ...
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

No the answer is movement
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

a linear composition often has a: a. solidity b. color c. movement d. all of the above
*April 12, 2010*

**art 101**

what are vanishing points used for?
*April 10, 2010*

**art 101**

What is a vanishing point?
*April 9, 2010*

**math**

determine wether the following lines are parallel, perpendicular or neither. y=20x+45 and y=-1/20x+81 they are perpendicular right?
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

Write an equation of the line satisfying the given conditions. A line perpendicular to y=2+3x
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

Ok I see how you worked it and I understand it but I have multiple choice as a. slope= 5; y-intercept (0, 3) c. Slope=-5; y-intercept (0, 3) b. slope=3; y-intercept (0, -5) d. slope=3; y-intercept (0, 5) and the slope that you and I got is -3 with an intercept of (0, -5), but ...
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

Without graphing, identify the slope and the y-intercept. x-5/3=y/3 first you set it up as y=mx+b -y/3=x+5/3 how do you get rid of the 3's?
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

ok once I have the plots do I use the formula m=y2-y1/x2-x1 and then what?
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

Solve. The total sales made by a salesperson were $25,000 after 3, months and $68000 after 23 months. Predict the total sales after 42 months. 25000=3months 68000=23 months x=42 months how do I do this?
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

ok I still do not understand this is what I got so far from the word problem above. 784=-16(0t^2)+s 784=-16+s 784+16=t^2+s 800 and the square root of 800 is 28 am I doing this right?
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

the height, in feet, of a free-falling object t seconds after being dropped from an initial height s can be found using h=-16t^2+s. An object is dropped from a helicopter 784 feet above the ground. How long will it take the object to land on the ground? how do you know where ...
*February 22, 2010*

**math**

Nope never mind I made a minor mistake it is -14.
*February 21, 2010*

**math**

I can the answer would be -4. But I have a multiple choice answer and -4 is not one of them. the choices are a. -14 b. 16 c. -16 d. 14 so then how would you find the answer?
*February 21, 2010*

**math**

how do you solve this linear equation? x/3-1/3=-5 I do not understand this with fractions. Can anyone help?
*February 21, 2010*

**math**

Yup, I think I got it
*February 19, 2010*

**math**

Ostrich 1 Ostrich 2 Ostrich 3 Weight of Mother 120 lbs. 160 lbs. 180 lbs. Weight of Egg 2.4 lbs 3.2 lbs 3.6 lbs Sorry about that.
*February 19, 2010*

**math**

The Egg Problem. A certain zoo kept records of the relationship between the weight of a mother ostrich and the weight of her egg. Data for three birds is shown in the next table. a. Estimate the weight of an egg from a mother ostrich weighing 175 lbs. b. How much would you ...
*February 19, 2010*

**math**

Identify the slope and the y-intercept for the line associated with the equation. 5x+20y=60 20y=-5x+60 -20=-5x+60-20 y=-5x+40 is that the right equation?
*February 19, 2010*

**Math**

Give the equation of the circle with the given center and radius: Center at (1, 2) Radius is 1/2 I know that you are to use either (x-h)^2+(y-k)^2=r^2 or x^2+y^2=r^2, but I do not know how to do this? Can anyone help
*February 19, 2010*

**Math**

do you have any sites that explain this as well?
*February 19, 2010*

**Math**

Garden Area Problem. A designer created a garden from two concentric circles whose equations are as follows: (x+2)^2+(y-6)^2=16 and (x+2)^2+(y-6)^2=81 The area between the circles will be covered with grass. What is the area of that section? How do you do this?
*February 19, 2010*

**math**

thanks now I know exactly what the situation is.
*February 19, 2010*

**math**

What happens to the value obtained for the slope if the coordinates of the two ordered pairs aren't subtracted in the same order? what is an example. All I know is that you would get the wrong slope for the ordered pairs, I do not know why. Can anyone help?
*February 19, 2010*

**measurements**

Describe the figure or polygon produced by interpreting the symbol {8/4} would that be a octegon?
*February 10, 2010*

**measurements**

The great pyramid of Giza was built around 2560 BC. It was originally 481ft high with a square base measuring 751 ft on each side. It's slant height was 611 ft. Find the lateral surface area of the great pyramid, round your answer to the four-significant digits? How do I ...
*February 9, 2010*

**measurements**

A cone and a cylinder have the same volume and the same base radius. If you are given only the height of the cylinder, is it possible to figure out the height of the cone? If so, how would you figure it out? Am thinking yes, because if they are the same in volume then the ...
*February 7, 2010*

**Measurements**

What is the measure of the point angle for a star-shaped polygon with 8 points and a dent angle of 130 degrees? How do you solve this?
*February 7, 2010*

**measurements**

At $2.70 per cubic feet, how much will it cost to fill an ice chest with dimensions of 8 ft by 7 1/2 ft by 12 ft?
*February 7, 2010*

**measurements**

Which is the following is the best deal? A: six small grapefruits for a $1 B: four medium grapefruits for a $1 C: Three large grapefruits for a $1 Assume that all the grapefruits are spherical, that the small grapefruits have a diameter of 3inches, the medium grapefruits have ...
*February 7, 2010*

**measurements**

How much will it cost to carpet a 13 ft by 18 ft room if carpeting costs $14.50 per square yard? I know you either find the perimeter or the area. and when I figure both of them I get P=2(13+18) P=62 62*14.50= 899 or A=13*18 A=234 234*14.50 3393 But I dont know which one it is...
*February 7, 2010*

**measurements**

In the formula for the volume of a pyramid, the height h, is the distance measured along one faces of the pyramid to the base. Is that true?
*February 7, 2010*

**Measurements**

how do you solve this Area of a polygon: A=1/2aP Perimeter: P=ns It is a hexagon (6 sides) the sides measure 8cm therefore I have a perimeter measuring P=6(8)=48 RIGHT? and for the area I have A=1/2 the apothem= 4 square root of 3 and the P= 48 so, A=1/2(4 square root of 3)48...
*February 5, 2010*

**Measurements**

Is 2m 300mm the same as 230cm?
*February 5, 2010*

**math**

A. Describe the different types of symmetry and axes of symmetry of a regular octahedron. B. How many planes and axes of symmetry does a regualr octahedron have? For B I know that it has 5 planes but I do not know the rest can anyone shed some light?
*January 29, 2010*

**geometry**

How does the Eulers formula hold true for the right pentagonal prism? I know that it has 7 faces 10 vertices and 14 edges, but all this does not fit the formula to equal to 2 7+10-14 is not 2 am I missing something
*January 29, 2010*

**Geometry**

What is a quadrilateral that has both reflectional and rotational symmetry?
*January 29, 2010*

**geometry **

What is a quadrilteral that has rotational symmetry but no line of symmetry?
*January 29, 2010*

**geometry**

What is a quadrilateral that has a line of symmetry but no rotational symmetry? Would that be trapezoid?
*January 29, 2010*

**math**

License plates are made using 3 letters followed by 3 digits. How many plates can be made if repetition of letters and digits is allowed?
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

At the first tri-city meeting there are 8 people from town A, 7 people from town b and 5 people from town c. If a council consisting of 5 people is randomly selected, find the probability that 3 are from town A and 2 from town b. I know that the probability for town A is 3/8 ...
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

A physical fitness association is including the mile run in its secondary-school fitness test. The time for this event for boys in secondary school is known to posses a normal distribution with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds. Find the probability ...
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

how many ways can an IRS auditor select 3 of 11 tax returns for an audit? would that be 1331
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

Two helicopters leave Springfield, IL at the same time. One travles north at 27 miles per hour and the other travels west at 120 miles per hour. How far apart are they after 3 hrs? (Hint: Use d=rt to find the distance traveled by each helicopter.) I know that d=27*3, d=81 and ...
*January 27, 2010*

**Geometry**

Suppose that a given quadrilateral is a kite with no right angles. Which of the following is possible? a. the quadrilateral is a trapezoid b. the quadrilateral has congruent diagonals c. the quadrilateral is a rhombus d. none of the above I think it is b. but I need to make ...
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

oh ok... thanks
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

How many 4-digit numbers can be formed using the digits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 if repetition of digits is allowed? Would that be 840
*January 27, 2010*

**math**

Assume that the weight loss for the first tow months of a diet program has a uniform distribution over the interval 6 to 12 pounds. Find the probability that a person on this diet loses more than 11 pounds in the fisrt two months. How do you do this, is there a formula that is...
*January 27, 2010*

**Math**

A race track tote board has the odds for a horse listed as 5 to 3. Tote boards list the odds that a horse will lose the race. If this is the case, what is the probability of the horse winning the race? how do you start this?
*January 27, 2010*

**Math**

What is the expected value of one of 700 tickets in a raffle for a price of $1400? Would that be 2 dollars
*January 27, 2010*

**Geometry**

State a generalization about a rectangle that isn’t true for a parallelogram.
*January 22, 2010*

**Geometry**

The legs of an ironing board are equal in length and bisect each other at the point where they cross. What generalization about parallelograms ensures that the ironing board will always be parallel to the floor, regardless of the height of the board above the floor?
*January 22, 2010*

**Geometry**

Ok I have not done any trig, but I think I kind of understand what you mean.. thank you.
*January 22, 2010*

**Geometry**

The shorter leg of a 30 degree - 60 degree - 90 degree triangle is 10. What are the lengths of the longer leg and the hypotenuse, to the nearest tenth. I do not understand these triangles can anyone help??
*January 22, 2010*

**Geometry**

if angle 1= 4x+10 and angle 7= 6x+4 what are the measures of angles 1 and 7, when we know that angle 3= 52 degrees? Angle 1= 10.5 Angle 2= 128 Angle 3= 52 Angle 4= 128 Angle 5= 10.5 Angle 6= 128 Angle 7= 20.6 Are all these angles right?
*January 22, 2010*

**math**

Sam bought 1 of 250 tickets selling for $2 in a game with a grand prize of $400. Was $2 a fair price to pay for a ticket to play this game? no
*January 17, 2010*

**math**

On a T.v. game show a contestant is asked to select a door and then is rewarded with the prize behind the door selected. If the doors can be selected with equal probability what is the expected value of the selection if the three doors behind them have $40000 foreign car, a $3...
*January 17, 2010*

**math**

What are the odds in favor of getting at least one head in three successive flips of a coin? would those be 2/3?
*January 17, 2010*

**math 157**

Yes sorry about that
*January 17, 2010*

**math 157**

What are the odds in favor of drawing a spade and a heart? Would the odds be 2
*January 17, 2010*

**math**

Consider the experiment of selecting a card from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards and determine the probability of the stated event. A black 10 or 7 is drawn. WOuld that be 1/26
*January 10, 2010*

**math**

How do you find the Standard Deviation of 2, 5, 47, 11, 13, 48, 39, 36
*January 10, 2010*

**math**

What is the ratio of English and Science majors to Math and History majors, when you know that there are 400 students majoring in English and 150 students majoring in Science and 200 students majoring in Math and 300 students majoring in History?
*January 10, 2010*

**math**

If there are 300 students majoring in History and 150 majoring in English what is the percentage of that? How do you turn students to percents?
*January 10, 2010*

**math**

thank you
*January 10, 2010*

**math**

How do you find the number of people who live in condos when you know that there is 16% of them livinging in condos now and that the total population is 53800 people altogether?? Can anyone help?
*January 10, 2010*

**Science**

A parent's chance of passing a rare inherited disease on to a child is 0.15. What is the probability that, in a family of three children, none of the children inherits the disease from the parent? How does that work?
*January 9, 2010*

**math 157**

A box contains three black balls and two golden balls. A ball is selected at random, it's color is recorded and it is then replaced. A second ball is selected at random, it's color is recorded it is then replaced. The outcome is associated with this type of selection ...
*January 9, 2010*

**math 157**

in a subdivision, 67 perecent of the homes have detached garages, 32 perecent have a patio, and 13 percent have both. What is the probability that a house has a patio if you know that it has a detached garage? would it be 32/67?
*January 9, 2010*

**math 157**

in a subdivision, 67 perecent of the homes have detached garages, 32 perecent have a patio, and 13 percent have both. What is the probability that a house has a patio if you know that it has a detached garage? would it be 32/67?
*January 9, 2010*

**math 157**

three cards are drawn without replacement from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. What is the pronanility that the third card is a spade if the first two cards were not spades? How do I even start this?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

How many three-symbol codes (letter, letter, number) can be made from the letters S, P, Y and one digit fro the set {0, 1, 2,...9} without repitition? What and how do I get started?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

That P(B) should not be there???
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

That P(A)= P(A and B)
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

If P(A)= 1/2, P(B)= 1/6 and P(A and B)= 1/2, what can you say about P(A and B)? I dont understand?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Alright I think I got it P(A)= 1/4 P(B)= 2/5 P(C)= 5/14 RIght?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

So say I got x=1/4 would I substitute it in for P(A through C)?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

What do you mean?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

An experiment has three possible outcomes: A, B, and C. If P(A)= P(B)and P(C)= 2P(A), what is the probability of each? Can anyone help me get started?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Oh.... I understand and see that now.
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

so, because there are the same amount of even and odds wouldnt that make it a 1?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Would they both be 1/2?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Consider the experiment involving rolling a single die once. What is P(even and Prime)? I do not know how to start this can anyone help?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

thanks for your help
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Suppose that P(A)= x. The probability of the complementary event B is 0.7, what is the value of x. would it be 0.3
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Ok so then, A. would be 10/13 B. would be 4/13 RIGHT?? :-)
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

A. yes there are 4 seven cards included in the 40 non-face cards, what does that mean do I divide 40 by 52?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

A. Ok there are 40 non-face cards and 4 seven cards, what do you mean do I add them and then divide by 52? B. I think the answer is 4/13, is that right?
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

Consider the experiment of selecting a card from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards and determine the probibility of the stated event. A. A nonface card or a 7 is drawn B. A card that is not a king and not a spade is drawn. For A a nonface card is 10/13 and for a 7 it is 1/...
*January 8, 2010*

**math 157**

If a single letter is drawn from the set {m, a, t, h}, what is the probability that the letter drawn is a member of the set {m, a, t, h, e, i, c, s}? would it be 4/8 which then equals to 1/2
*January 7, 2010*

**FINANCE 200**

An aggressive working capital policy would have which of following characteristics? A. A low ratio of short-term debt to fixed assets. B. A high ratio of short-term debt to long-term sources of funds. C. A short average collection period. D. A high ratio of long-term debt to ...
*December 13, 2009*