Friday

February 12, 2016
Number of results: 36

**math214**

x/2+y/3=1 4y-3x=2
*December 8, 2010 by Anonymous*

**math214**

Find 28° 29 46 - 16° 48 59
*March 11, 2010 by Anonymous*

**math214**

A student asks what exactly Euclidean geometry is. How do you answer?
*February 16, 2010 by alicia *

**math214**

In right triangle ABC, point O is the incenter; CX 5 2; AC 5 8; AB 5 10. Find y.
*February 26, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

In right triangle ABC, point O is the in center; CX 2; AC 8; AB 10; Find y.
*February 28, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

a) Find 28° 29 46 - 16° 48 59 (b) Express 5.4° in terms of - degrees - minutes - seconds
*March 8, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

15) (a) Find 28° 29 46 - 16° 48 59 (b) Express 5.4° in terms of - degrees - minutes - seconds
*March 9, 2010 by Amiyah*

**math214**

Find the coordinates of the image for each of the following points under the translation defined by (x, y) S (x 1 3, y 2 4): a. (0, 0) b. (23, 4) c. (26, 29) d. (7, 14) e. (h, k)
*February 26, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Maggie claims that to make the measure of an angle greater, you just extend the rays. How do you respond?
*February 16, 2010 by alicia *

**math214**

Describe objects that have each of the following types of symmetry. Line, Point, Plane, 90° rotational
*February 23, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

. A furniture company gives an estimate for moving based upon the size of the rooms in an apartment. Write a rationale for why this is feasible. What assumptions are being made?
*March 2, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Please help me with this I do not understand this at all Find each of the following: 113°57 + 18°14, 84°139- 27°45, 113°57 + 18.4°, 0.75° in degrees, minutes, and seconds
*February 17, 2010 by alicia *

**MATH214**

Solve each of the following systems, if possible. Indicate whether the system has a unique solution, infinitely many solutions or no solution. (a) 3y = x 10 y = x 2 (b)x + y = 5 3x + 3y = 15
*March 9, 2010 by Rebecca*

**MATH214**

Solve each of the following systems, if possible. Indicate whether the system has a unique solution, infinitely many solutions or no solution. x- 2y=3 4y- 2x=0
*March 9, 2010 by Rebecca*

**math214**

If possible, describe a geometric figure that can be transformed into itself by each of the following: Reflection, Rotation, Translation, Glide Reflection
*February 23, 2010 by alicia*

**MATH214**

Find the surface area of a right circular cone topped with a hemisphere. the height of the cone is 8cm, the radius is 4cm.
*March 2, 2010 by Rebecca*

**MATH214**

Find the surface area of a right circular cone topped with a hemisphere. the height of the cone is 8cm, the radius is 4cm.
*March 2, 2010 by Rebecca*

**math214**

Joes baseball team sold 200 chances to win a $250 set of golf clubs. What is the expected value of a single chance if only one chance wins?
*March 9, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Joes baseball team sold 200 chances to win a $250 set of golf clubs. What is the expected value of a single chance if only one chance wins?
*March 9, 2010 by Sonya*

**math214**

I need help I have not done math work over 15 years In the figure, L is parallel to m, and m(<∠1) = 60°. Find each of the following: m(<∠3), (∠<6), m(∠<8)
*February 17, 2010 by alicia *

**math214**

If you have a jar of 1000 jelly beans and you know that P(blue) =4/5 and P(red) = 1/8, list several things you can say about the beans in the jar
*February 25, 2010 by Anonymous*

**math214**

There were seven nominees for president and four nominees for vice president. In how many ways can the state be chosen?
*March 8, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Complete the following: (a) 1400 ft2 = _________ yd2 (b) 1/9 yd3 = _________ ft3 (c) 4.5 lb = _________ oz (d) 32 °C = _________ °F
*March 9, 2010 by tonya*

**math214**

One student says My sisters high school geometry book talked about equal angles. Why dont we use the term equal angels instead of congruent angles? How do you reply?
*February 16, 2010 by alicia *

**MATH214**

If is a line whose equation is y = 2x - 1, find the equation of the image of under each of the following translations: a. (x, y) → (x, y - 2) b. (x, y) → (x +3, y) c. (x, y) → (x - 3, y + 2)
*March 4, 2010 by Rebecca*

**math214**

A student read about Volkswagen-packing in the 1960s. She asked about the maximum number of students that might have fit into a Volkswagen. How would you help her estimate an answer in a reasonable way?
*March 1, 2010 by alicia*

**MATH214**

A tennis ball can in the shape of a cylinder holds three tennis balls snugly. If the radius of a tennis ball is 3.5 cm, what percentage of the tennis ball can is occupied by air?
*March 3, 2010 by Rebecca*

**math214**

Given three buildings A, B, and C, utility centers for electricity (E), gas (G), and water (W), determine whether it is possible to connect each of the three buildings to each of the three utility centers without crossing lines.
*February 16, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

I have no clue how to answer this question. A farmer has a square plot of land. An irrigation system can be installed with the option of one large circular sprinkler, or nine small sprinklers. The farmer wants to know which plan will provide water to the greatest percentage ...
*March 1, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Classify the following as true or false. If false, tell why. _______ (a) A parallelogram has four acute angles. _______ (b) A line segment contains an infinite number of points. _______ (c) The union of two rays is always a line. _______ (d) Every equilateral triangle is a ...
*March 9, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

A student asks whether a polygon whose sides are congruent is necessarily a regular polygon and whether a polygon with all angles congruent is necessarily a regular polygon. How do you answer?
*February 16, 2010 by alicia *

**math214**

Following are the mens gold-medal times for the 100 m run in the Olympic games from 1896 to 2003, rounded tothe nearest tenth. Construct an ordered stem and leaf plot for the data. Year Time (sec), (rounded) 1896 12.0 1900 11.0 1904 11.0 1908 10.8 1912 10.8 1920 10.8 1924 10....
*September 25, 2011 by darcel78*

**math214**

3-D Shape Assignment Build a three dimensional shape and prepare a set of questions to be presented to the class for problem solving. Questions should encourage students to cover the concepts of perimeter, volume, surface area, number of vertices, faces, and edges associated ...
*March 4, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

A box contains four red marbles, seven white marbles and five blue marbles. If one marble is drawn at random, find the probability for each of the following: (a) A blue marble drawn. _____________ (b) A red or a blue marble is drawn. _____________ (c) Neither a red nor a blue ...
*March 8, 2010 by alicia*

**math214**

Use the following data to justify the amount of time that you expect to assign for weekly homework to classes in grades K4 and grades 58. National Survey of Teachers Concerning the Amount of Homework Assigned per Week k-4 (percentages) 58 (percentages) 030 min 48 8 3160 ...
*September 25, 2011 by darcel78*

**Math214**

Jane has two tennis serves, a hard serve and a soft serve.Her hard serve is in (a good serve) 50% of the time, and her soft serve is in (good) 75% of the time. If her hard serve is in, she wins 75% of her points. If her soft serve is in, she wins 50% of her points. Since she ...
*February 13, 2010 by alicia*

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