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Physics
Imagine that if you drop an apple from a certain height, its final speed is 20 m/s when it reaches the ground. If you throw the apple vertically downward from the same height with an initial speed of 20 m/s, what will be its final speed? I tried 2mgh=1/2mv^2 so that the mass ...
October 7, 2013 by Maddie

math
Anthony plans to ride 175 km on his bike and Samanta plans to ride 250km. They both plan to complete their journeys in a whole number of days. How many kilometres could each person travel if they both ride the same number of kilometres each day. How many days will each person ...
October 3, 2011 by Anonymous

math
in one smowstorm there was 3 2/5 inches of snow ,on the ground. In a second strom, 5.65 inches were added to what was already on the ground . How much total snow was on the ground if none melted between storms? a) 2.25 in b) 9.05 in c) 1.66 in d) 5.21 in
December 1, 2015 by anna

science
This year for my science fair project I will be testing to see if music affects a person's blood pressure. I will have a participant get relaxed (for 5 minutes). After he/she is relaxed, I will take his/her blood pressure with a digital sphygmomanometer (instrument used to ...
November 2, 2014 by Meylin

science
This year for my science fair project I will be testing to see if music affects a person's blood pressure. I will have a participant get relaxed (for 5 minutes). After he/she is relaxed, I will take his/her blood pressure with a digital sphygmomanometer (instrument used to ...
November 2, 2014 by Anonymous

physical
Problem 1 A goalkeeper kicks a ball of mass 400 g in the air, and reaches a position of height 15.9 m above the ground corresponding to a horizontal distance 19.7 m from its initial position. During its flight, the ball experiences a horizontal friction force of 3 N from a ...
December 8, 2011 by sumi

physical
Problem 1 A goalkeeper kicks a ball of mass 400 g in the air, and reaches a position of height 15.9 m above the ground corresponding to a horizontal distance 19.7 m from its initial position. During its flight, the ball experiences a horizontal friction force of 3 N from a ...
December 8, 2011 by sumi

Physics
1. A 55.0 kg pole vaulter running at 11.0 m/s vaults over the bar. Assuming that the vaulter's horizontal component of velocity over the bar is 1.0 m/s and disregarding air resistance, how high was the jump (include units)? 2. A 71 kg person rolls on a 2 kg skateboard with a ...
December 7, 2015 by Help!!!!

MAth
help me please Many people are interested in losing weight through exercise. An important fact to consider is that a person needs to burn off 3,500 calories more than he or she takes in to lose 1 pound, according to the American Dietetic Association. The following table shows ...
July 2, 2008 by dawn

physics
An airplane has a velocity relative to the air of 181 m/s in a westerly direction. If the wind has a speed relative to the ground of 53 m/s directed to the north, what is the speed of the plane relative to the ground?
February 11, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
An airplane has a velocity relative to the air of 192 m/s in the westerly direction. If the wind has a speed relative to the ground of 59 m/s directed to the north, what is the speed of the plane relative to the ground?
September 19, 2011 by A

physics
An airplane is flying NW with a ground speed of 600 Km/h. If a 125 Km/h wind from the W suddenly hits the airplane, find the airplane's new speed and direction relative to the ground.
March 7, 2012 by Brent

French help please!!!
Match the correct form of the ver être with the subject pronoun. A. sont B. êtes C. es D. suis E. est F. sommes 1. nous 2. tu 3. vous 4. ils 5. on 6. je 24. Nous sommes intelligents. This sentence tells us: I am smart. He is smart. We are smart. You are smart. 25. La femme est...
December 7, 2012 by BaileyBubble

Physics (Algebra-based)
A block starts at rest and slides down a frictionless track except for a small rough area on a horizontal section of the track.It leaves the track horizontally, flies through the air, and subsequently strikes the ground. gravity= 9.81 m/s^2. height1=4.1m---- is initially ...
April 6, 2013 by Becky

physics
The two hot air balloons in the drawing are 48.2 and h = 63.0 m above the ground. A person in the left balloon observes that the right balloon is è = 11.3° above the horzontal. What is the horizontal distance x between the two balloons?
August 24, 2012 by morton

physics
A mass is dropped from a height of 30m, and at the same time from ground level (and directly beneath the dropped mass), and another mass is thrown straight up with a speed of 15 m/s. a) How far apart are the two masses after 0.5 s? b) Will the massses ever meet or pass each ...
August 31, 2006 by Sarah

Physics
A stone is dropped from the root of a building. A person in the building observes that the stone crosses his window that is 2 meters tall in a time of 0.2 second. How far is the roof from the top of the window?
June 30, 2016 by Joe

physics
A person standing at the edge of a seaside cliff kicks a stone over the edge with a speed of vi = 11 m/s. The cliff is h = 47 m above the water's surface, as shown below.
September 27, 2009 by steph

physics help please!!!
From what maximum height can a 61 kg person jump without breaking the lower leg bone of either leg? Ignore air resistance and assume the CM of the person moves a distance of 0.65 m from the standing to the seated position (that is, in breaking the fall). Assume the breaking ...
March 14, 2010 by Anonymous

Physics
Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient of kinetic friction ...
March 8, 2016 by tom

Physics
Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient of kinetic friction ...
March 8, 2016 by tom

physics
Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient of kinetic friction ...
March 8, 2016 by vanessa

math
recall that the acceleartion due to earth's gravity is 32 ft/sec^2. from ground level, a projectile is fired straight upward with velocity 90 feet per second. a. what is its velocity after 3 seconds b. when does it hit the ground c. when it hits the ground, what's the net ...
January 6, 2008 by kaley

algebra
To balance a seesaw, the distance, in feet, a person is from the fulcrum is inversely proportional to the person's weight, in pounds. Peter, who weighs 150 pounds, is sitting 3 feet away from the fulcrum. If Joey weighs 90 pounds, how far from the fulcrum should he sit to ...
April 7, 2013 by Alice

physics
In the high jump, the kinetic energy of an athlete is transformed into gravitational potential energy without the aid of a pole. With what minimum speed must the athlete leave the ground in order to lift his center of mass 2.00 m and cross the bar with a speed of 0.71 m/s?
October 12, 2009 by will

Physics
In the high jump, the kinetic energy of an athlete is transformed into gravitational potential energy without the aid of a pole. With what minimum speed must the athlete leave the ground in order to lift his center of mass 1.75 m and cross the bar with a speed of 0.63 m/s?
November 18, 2009 by katie

physics
In the high jump, Fran's kinetic energy is transformed into gravitational potential energy without the aid of a pole. With what minimum speed must Fran leave the ground in order to lift her center of mass 1.95 m and cross the bar with a speed of 0.70 m/s?
March 3, 2010 by Justin

physics
In the high jump, the kinetic energy of an athlete is transformed into gravitational potential energy without the aid of a pole. With what minimum speed must the athlete leave the ground in order to lift his center of mass 1.65 m and cross the bar with a speed of 0.75 m/s?
March 1, 2011 by Matt

Chemistry
If a person has a mass of 62 kg, how many pounds of water does she have in her body? And it gives the typical adult body containing 51% water
September 19, 2010 by TT

Chemistry
The intravenous dosage of mannitol is 1.5g/kg, administered as a 15% mv solution. How many ml of the solution should be administered to a person with a body mass of 85kg?
February 21, 2011 by Mike

chemistry
A typical adult body contains 55 \% water. If a person has a mass of 61.0kg , how many pounds of water does she have in her body?
September 14, 2012 by Anonymous

math
Two swimmers competed in a 20 mile race. Person 1 swam at a rate of 4 miles every 25 minutes. Person 2 swam at a rate of 3 miles every 20 minutes, Who won and what was each swimmers time?
October 27, 2012 by lynn

Physics
A ball dropped from rest on to horizontal ground 20m between rebounds with 3/4 of the velocity with which it hits the ground find time that elapses between the first and second in part of the ball with the ground
October 2, 2011 by Anonymous

language art
1.Chris was being OBNOXIOUS when he -told Mrs.Kelly it was a great day for a race. -insulted Gina's new haircut. -kept the little kids' ball from going into the street. -returned Mr.Cho's keys. 2.If something is STATELY, it is -impressive -informal -common -tacky 3.To NEEDLE a...
December 18, 2013 by Chrissy

Physics
A race car starts from rest in the pit area and accelerates at a uniform rate to a speed of 35 m/s in 11s, moving on a circular track of radius 500 m. Determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net force excreted on the car(by the ground) when it's speed is 15 ...
May 19, 2013 by Martin

Physics
A person walks 3.0847x10^1 m East, then turns around and walks 8.677x10^0 m West. The total time to walk this distance was 7.8624x10^2 s. What is the speed of the walker, expressed to 3 significant figures? please help me im so confused
October 11, 2010 by annonomus

bio
A typical adult body contains 55 \% water. If a person has a mass of 70.0 kg, how many pounds of water does she have in her body?
June 10, 2010 by andy

chemistry
A typical adult body contains 55 water. If a person has a mass of 61 , how many pounds of water does she have in her body?
September 6, 2012 by courtney

calculus
a key is dropped from a height of 30 m , If its distance from the ground at t seconds after the release is given by the position function d (t) = 30-5t², find a.its height velocity and acceleration after 1 second. b. the time it reached the ground. c. its position after 1 second
August 11, 2011 by Anonymous

Physics
A stone is thrown downward with a speed of 12 m/s from a height of 20 m. (acceleration due to gravity: 9.81 m/s2) a) What is the speed (in m/s) of the stone just before it hits the ground? b) How long does it take (in seconds) for the stone to hit the ground?
October 21, 2014 by Adub

physics, doppler effect
"A source of sound of frequency f0 moves horizontally at constant speed u in the x direction at a distance h above the ground. An observer is situated on the ground at the point x=0 (the source passes over this point at t=0). Show that the signal received at any time Tr at the...
April 27, 2015 by doppler effect

Math
to determine the number of catfish in a pond, a game warden catches 131 catfish, tags them and throws them back into the pond. later, 20 catfish are caught, 10 of them are tagged. How many catfish would the game warden expect to be in the pond? 131/10 20/x
June 15, 2015 by Kayla

Law
"A person who has both rights and duties" is a concept that defines the most basic concept of the law. In U.S. law, a person is defined as having all of the rights specified in the first 10 amendments to the U.S. Constitution (the Bill of Rights), plus many rights that are not...
November 4, 2011 by Colby

physics
The sweeping second hand on your wall clock is 24cm long. a)What is the rotational speed of the second hand? b)Find the translational speed of the tip of the second hand. c)Find the rotational acceleration of the second hand.
March 5, 2015 by help me please

physics
You throw a 20-N rock vertically into the air from ground level. You observe that when it is 15.0 m above the ground, it is travelling at 25.0 m/s upward. Use the work-energy theorem to find a) its speed just as it left the ground; b) its maximum height.
February 21, 2010 by anton

physics
imagine a flat, lightweight wheeled cart that's low to the ground and has well-oiled bearings. what would happen if you approached the cart, stepped onto it, and walked along its length at a constant speed? it would a) remain nearly stationary b) advance along with you c) move...
April 10, 2011 by sw

physics
imagine a flat, lightweight wheeled cart that's low to the ground and has well-oiled bearings. what would happen if you approached the cart, stepped onto it, and walked along its length at a constant speed? it would a) remain nearly stationary b) advance along with you c) move...
April 10, 2011 by g

physics
A person of mass M lies on the floor doing leg raises. His leg is 0.85m long and pivots at the hip. Treat his legs (including feet) as uniform cylinders, with both legs comprising 34.5% of body mass, and the rest of his body as a uniform cylinder comprising the rest of his ...
February 25, 2014 by blake

physics
A truck of mass 1.0 tonne moving at 4.0 m/s catches up and collides with a truck of mass 2.0 tonne moving at 3.0m/s in the same direction. The trucks become coupled together. Calculate their common velocity
January 20, 2014 by lalala

algebra
The question I have is to solve the problem. A model rocket is launched from the ground with an initial speed of 50 feet per second. The equation that models its height, h feet, off the ground t seconds after it was fired is h=-16ft^2+50t a)How high is the rocket 1 seconds ...
May 21, 2013 by Ressie

physics
The 20kg object is dropped from a height of 2 meters. Find its speed when it hits the ground. Give your answer in meters per second.
February 26, 2012 by Darcie

stats.
In a transportation study of 20 large cities, it was found that the mean of the number of cars per person was 0.504. (Some of the people in the city are children.) The study also stated that the standard deviation s was 0.123. Find a 95 % confidence interval for the true mean ...
April 4, 2013 by chris

Physics
A small boy of mass 0.2kg moves uniformly in a circle on a horizontal frictionless surface, attached by a cord 0.2m long to a pin set in the surface. If the body makes two complete revolutions per second, find the force P exterted on it by the cord. The speed of the boy is V...
April 12, 2007 by Febby

physics
a person jumps from a window 15m above a safety net. The survivor stretches the net 1.0 m before coming to rest. What was the average deceleration experienced by the person when they were slowed to rest by the net? I do know the answer is -150m/s2,but I don't know how the ...
September 10, 2006 by Pat Battaglia

statistics
A basketball player makes 60% of the free throws that he attempts, except that if he has just tried and missed a free throw then his chances of making a second one go down to only 30%. Suppose he has just been awarded two free throws. Find the probability that he makes both. ...
July 16, 2016 by john

Physics
Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about V=150 V/m which points downward. Two identical balls with mass m= 0.550 kg are dropped from a height of 2.30 m, but one of the balls is positively charged with q1= 800 microCoulombs , and the second is ...
February 7, 2010 by Ambrie

Physics
Near the surface of the Earth there is an electric field of about V=150 V/m which points downward. Two identical balls with mass m= 0.550 kg are dropped from a height of 2.30 m, but one of the balls is positively charged with q1= 800 microCoulombs , and the second is ...
February 7, 2010 by Ambrie

physics
A basketball of mass 0.602 kg is passed to a player of mass 83.0 kg who jumps off the floor while catching the ball. The player's center of mass is instantaneously at rest just before he catches the ball, which is initially moving at a velocity of 11.5 m/s, directed 30.0° ...
November 29, 2012 by Anthony

physics!
Wildlife biologists fire 22g rubber bullets to stop a rhinoceros charging at 0.84 m/s. The bullets strike the rhino and drop vertically to the ground. The biologists' gun fires 15 bullets each second, at 72 m/s, and it takes 36 s to stop the rhino. What impulse does each ...
March 23, 2012 by Eliana

physics
While standing on a bridge 15.0 m above the ground, you drop a stone from rest. When the stone has fallen 3.10 m, you throw a second stone straight down. What initial velocity must you give the second stone if they are both to reach the ground at the same instant? Take the ...
January 31, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
While standing on a bridge 15.0 m above the ground, you drop a stone from rest. When the stone has fallen 3.10 m, you throw a second stone straight down. What initial velocity must you give the second stone if they are both to reach the ground at the same instant? Take the ...
January 31, 2010 by brittany

physics
While standing on a bridge 15.0 m above the ground, you drop a stone from rest. When the stone has fallen 5.00 m, you throw a second stone straight down. What initial velocity must you give the second stone if they are both to reach the ground at the same instant? Take the ...
September 9, 2010 by bethany

physics
While standing on a bridge 30.0 m above the ground, you drop a stone from rest. When the stone has fallen 3.20 m, you throw a second stone straight down. What initial velocity must you give the second stone if they are both to reach the ground at the same instant? Take the ...
January 26, 2013 by brizett

Physical science.
A skydiver who jumps out of a plane that has a forward velocity of 40 m/s. That means that the skydiver has a forward velocity of 40m/s. Ignore the air resistance. The questions: What difference is there between the downward velocities of the skydiver who jumped out of the ...
September 28, 2012 by Hannah

Stats
A basketball player makes 80% of her free throws. Recently during a very close game, she shot 5 free throws near the end of the game and missed 3 of them. The fans booed. What is the probability of her missing 3 (or more) free throws out of 5? Set up and conduct a simulation (...
February 8, 2015 by Maddie

physics
the most common reasons for rear - end collisions are too short a following distance, speeding and failing brakes. car A of mass 1000 kg, stationary at a traffic light, is hit from behind by car B of mass 1200kg, travelling at 18m.s. immediately after the collision car A moves...
April 26, 2011 by anonymous

Khudu secondary
Car A of mass 1 000 kg,stationary at a traffic light,is hit from behind by car B of mass 1 200 kg,traveling at 18 m.s-1. Immediately after the collision car A moves forward at 12 m.s-1. 1. Assume that linear momentum is conserved during this collision. Calculate the speed of ...
March 10, 2013 by Antony

Math
One person can complete a piece of work in 8 days while other person can complete the same work in 4 days(if both works 10 hours per day). how many hours are required to complete the same work if both persons do it combined?
January 6, 2016 by Tehseen

Physical science
ONE SECOND after ball A is projected upwards with a velocity of 16 m/s, a second ball, B, is thrown vertically downwards at a velocity of 9 m/s from a balcony 30 m above the ground. 1.Calculate how high above the ground ball A will be at the instant the two balls pass each other?
March 27, 2016 by Khutso

English
I left out a few things. Thank you very much for helping me. 1) Amnesty works by collecting information. When it has a proof that a person is a 'Prisoner of Conscience', then a person's case is handed over to a local group. Question: Amnesty gathers information a) to determine...
April 14, 2012 by Matthew

Physics
a major league outfielder throws a baseball horizontally with a velocity of 22 m/s, released from a height of 1.8m. how far does it go before it hits the ground ?
November 1, 2012 by Tavani

linear equations in two variable
A person going at a rate of 5 km/hr in still water,takes thrice as much time in going 40km upstream as in going downstream. Find the speed of the stream.
July 2, 2015 by pankaj khanna

Physics
A person with a mass of 110 kg is standing on a scale that reads weight in newtons inside of an elevator. If the elevator accelerates upward at 3.4 m/s2 , what does the scale read?
October 30, 2011 by UD

Health
What does the U.S. government use to estimate a person’s body weight status? A. Scale B. Ruler C. Body mass index D. Health related illnesses c?
August 30, 2012 by Sam

health
What does the U.S. government use to estimate a person’s body weight status? A. Health related illnesses B. Body mass index C. Scale D. Ruler
October 30, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A car of mass 1390 kg rests on a hydraulic lift with a piston of radius 0.26 m that is connected to a second piston of radius 0.033 m. If the car is just barely lifted off the ground, what is the force at the second piston? I Tried F1/F2 = r1^2 / r2^2 ==> 1390x10 / F2 = 0....
November 20, 2015 by Noel

Physics
I have a quick question, If a ballplayer catches a ball 3.0s after throwing it vertically upward. With what speed did he throw it, and what height did it reach?
September 13, 2010 by Jenna

physics
A person walks first at a constant speed of 4.50 m/s along a straight line from point A to point B and then back along the line from B to A at a constant speed of 3.00 m/s. (a) What is her average speed over the entire (b) What is her average velocity over the entire trip? trip?
February 7, 2010 by babidi

Math
If a person was locked in a perfectly insulated room 8ft by 8ft by 10ft, how long would it take the room temperature to increase from 75 degree Farenheit to 100 degree Farenheit? The density of air is 1.2 Kg/Cubic meter and 1 watt sec is its specific heat. A person's body heat...
February 27, 2011 by Anonymus

Physics
Two groups of canoeists meet in the middle of a lake. After a brief visit, a person in canoe 1 pushes on canoe 2 to separate the canoes. Suppose the speeds of the two canoes after they are pushed apart are 0.65 m/s for canoe 1 and 0.47 m/s for canoe 2. If the mass of canoe 1 ...
October 23, 2012 by RoCu

math
A person flying a kite holds the string 4 feet above ground level. The string of the kite is taut and makes an angle of 60° with the horizontal (see the figure). Approximate the height of the kite above level ground if 700 feet of string is payed out. (Round your answer to one...
September 28, 2011 by STEPHANIE

AP Physics
A hot air balloon is ascending at the rate of 13 m/s and is 75 m above the ground when a package is dropped over the side. How long does the package take to reach the ground? With what speed does it hit the ground?
September 9, 2007 by Kristen

physics
A hot air balloon is ascending at the rate of 13 m/s and is 75 m above the ground when a package is dropped over the side. How long does the package take to reach the ground? With what speed does it hit the ground?
September 9, 2007 by Kristen

physics
A hot-air balloon is ascending at the rate of 13 m/s and is 73 m above the ground when a package is dropped over the side. (a) How long does the package take to reach the ground? (b) With what speed does it hit the ground?
November 26, 2009 by john

Physics
A hot-air balloon is ascending at the rate of 13 m/s and is 62 m above the ground when a package is dropped over the side. (a) How long does the package take to reach the ground? (b) With what speed does it hit the ground?
January 16, 2011 by Ethan

physics
A hot-air balloon is ascending at the rate of 11 m/s and is 51 m above the ground when a package is dropped over the side. (a) How long does the package take to reach the ground? (b) With what speed does it hit the ground?
March 10, 2011 by gemmma

calculus
a light sitting on the ground is shining onto a wall 20 feet away from the light. if a 5 foot person is walking toward the light at 4 ft/sec., how fast is the shadow moving up or down the wall when he is 15 feet from the wall?
December 4, 2011 by Anonymous

Religions of the World
I need some help. for my finial project which is due in 6 weeks I am to pick a religion and write about it as well as find a person from that religion and conduct an online or in person interview with. In this interview I am to ask questions such as What do they believe is ...
January 20, 2008 by Trish

physics gr 12
A flower pot is dropped from the balconey of an apartment 28.5 metres above the ground. At a time of 1 second after the pot is dropped a ball is thrown vertically downwards from the balconey one story below 26 metres above the ground. The initial velocity of the ball is 12 ...
February 21, 2011 by just wondering

physics
An airplane of mass 1.5x10^4kg is moving at 60m/s. The pilot then revs up the engine so that the forward thrust of the propeller becomes 7.5x10^4 N, find the speed of airplane after it has traveled 500m. Assume that the airplane is in level flight through this motion.
October 28, 2007 by Anonymous

Physics
A person on horseback moves according to the velocity-versus-time graph shown in Figure 2-32. (The vertical axis is marked in increments of 1 m/s and the horizontal axis is marked in increments of 7 s.) Find the displacement of the person for each of the segments A, B, and C. ...
October 12, 2009 by Robert C

Math 134
A single person could expect to pay $4,760 in income taxes on an adjusted gross income of $34,000 how much more tax should the person expect to pay if her adjusted gross income increased by $2,000, knowing that this owuld not move her into the higher tax bracket
March 16, 2014 by In need of help

Statistics
A certain disease occurs in 4% of the population. A blood test for this disease shows a false positive 12% of the time. That means a test will show positive given that the person does not have the disease. What is the probability that a person tests positive but does not have ...
May 25, 2016 by Ashley

psychology 220
1.74 (1 pts.) You are a therapist and one of your clients has just told you that he is planning to murder his neighbor. Based on the principle of "duty to warn" what is the primary thing you should do? A) Ignore your client's threat. B) Notify the potential victim's family. C...
December 10, 2012 by G. KAY

Spanish: PLEASE HELP
Please help. Thank You. 1. The stem-changers in the current section are similar to those in the previous section except these stem-change "o" to "oe." *A.) true B.) false 2. Of the following, which is not a stem-changing verb? A.) almorzar *B.) comer C.) volver D.) contar E.) ...
February 26, 2013 by James

math
If x represents the total number of bags a person checks and each person checks more than two bags, the equation below can be used to determine C, the total fee for all the bags. 20 + 25 + 50(x - 2) = C Arianna paid a total of $145 to check all her bags on a flight. How many ...
July 12, 2011 by Kelvin

Algebra
A person riding a Ferris wheel with a diameter of 64 feet travels once around the wheel in 25 seconds. What is the average speed of the rider in miles per hour? (Round your answer to one decimal place.)
March 27, 2015 by Vicki

English
Tell what person, what type, and how you know. Mr. Morton knew the students were running out of time, but he felt that he needed to give an example of the activity, so he did. One of his students raised his hand. "Yes?" Mr. Morton asked. "I know I'm going to have problems with...
April 7, 2014 by Anonymous

mathhhhh
For a person of height h (in inches), a healthy weight W (in pounds) is one that satisfies this system of inequalities: W is greater than or equal to (19h^2)/703 and W is less than or equal to (25h^2)/703 Graph the system for 0 is less than or equal to h which is less than or ...
April 25, 2012 by cheyanne marie

math
Two restaurants have rooms to rent for dinner parties. One restaurant charges $100 to rent a room and $20 per person. The other restaurant charges $25 to rent the room and $25 per person. Which of the following is the number of people for which the cost of a dinner party would...
July 13, 2014 by Roberta

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