I need help with the following translations from english to french: Ring- the trick is that its a crossword so the word has to fit. here are the blanks; _ A _ _ E B A G U E thank-you Can you answer another question: I need to know what a card with the picture of a boy hiding ...
February 18, 2007
Im not sure how to do this. (5q^3)(-12q^-4n^4) So far what i did was multiply 5 by -12 to get -60. Then q^3 by q^-4 to get q^-1. I dont know what to do after this. Maybe you could tell me what I should do and then I can solve it. I was taught exponent rules but I'm not ...
February 5, 2007
Why do people say that we should have a big breakfast and a small dinner? Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Think about your car and filling it up with gasoline, etc. before you take a long trip. You need energy to run on as you begin your day. During the day...
February 4, 2007
HOW WOULD I SOLVE SOMETHING LIKE THIS, IT IS AN EXAMPLE I MADE UP. ITS SIMILAR TO THE ONE I HAVE. I DONT GET IT. THERE ARE TWO UNKNOW VARILABLES AND SOME NUMBERS. HOW DO I POSSIBLE SOLVE THIS. MAYBE I DONT HAVE TO SOLVE ANYTHING THAT IS WHAT I WAS THINKING. QUESTION: 2x^2-10x/...
February 1, 2007
or I would think: -5/4 you think so??? I have complety forgotton how to turn a decimal into a fraction. i have to turn : -1.25 into a fraction -1 1/4 maybe??? thats what i thought at first but i like to confirm it yes i think thats it..awsome thanks no problem
January 28, 2007
50. In both monopolistic competition and non-price-discriminating monopoly, isn't the marginal revenue curve lies below the demand curve? 51. A monopolistically competitive firm is producing an output level where marginal revenue is greater than marginal cost. This firm ...
December 5, 2006
Among monopoly, oligopoly, Monopolistic competition, and perfect competition, how would you classify the markets for each of the following drinks? a. tap water b. bottled water c. cola d. beer I think it would be... a. Monopoly b. Oliopoly c. monopolistic competition d. ...
December 5, 2006
line BC is one side of a regular n-gon. The sides next to line BC are extended to meet at W. Find the measure of angle W in terms of n That's a triangle. Use the facts about the relationships between the angles. If the ngon is regular, then all sides are equal, and all ...
November 16, 2006
Algebra1!Plz help I have test 2morrow!!!
so would the new eqaution be... 2x+8=10 then.. 2x=2 x=1? We know that y = x + 8. So if x + y = 10, then x + x + 8 = 10. but what about the y?ANd what do I do afetr that? If you know what x equals, then you can calculate what y equals. Once you've solved for x and y, you ...
November 4, 2006
given S=piX(X+2Y) and V=piX^2Y show that dS/dX=pi(X-Y) when V is constant, and dV/dX=-piX(X-Y)when S is constant. Please HELP!! I have tried several times, and I dont get the result you asked for. If we're given S=piX(X+2Y), then dS/dx= piX(1+2Y')+pi(X+2Y)= pi(X+2XY...
October 5, 2006