# 9th Grade

**8th grade**

can afsedrniru be unscrambled into a noun? :)

**8th grade**

what is 117 put in simplest form

**8th grade**

4 1/5 / 5 2/3 = ? how do I divide 5 2/3 like that because 2/3 is 66.6 repeating ?

**12th grade - Math**

P(x) = 3x^3 - 7x^2 - 4x + 2 P(1 + √ 3) =

**6th grade**

how does respectfulness relate to being safe and responsible

**3rd grade**

what are the facts of 3,5,8

**9th E.L.A.**

I am having a discussion in clas about the film Big Fish By Tim Burton. My topic question is this- The film Big Fish explores the metaphor of the big-fish-in-a-small-pond by examining the impact Ed Bloom has had on lives he's touched throughout his life and travels. Discuss ...

**8th Grade Algebra**

3m - 10 = 2(4m -5)

**6th grade**

what is a controlled varible

**5th grade**

96,050*1,000m3

**9 th grade geomitry**

how do you do 19= n - 9 ??????

**2nd grade**

Why does the sun always shine in space?

**2nd grade**

problem solving reasonableness

**5th grade**

what number is 10,000 less than 337,676?

**5th grade**

c+3c=32

**7th grade**

What are some of the common functions of a structure?

**7th grade math**

what are consecutive whole numbers?

**6th grade**

civics

**12th Grade Maths**

express in as simple a form as posible?? (2x^3y^-1)^3

**pre algebra 7th grade**

Please explain this problem (r.r) (r.r)

**10th grade**

how do i solve X2 +4X-60 (the 2 after the x is supposed to stand for squared.)

**8th grade**

2/5 divided by 5/6

**12th grade maths factorising expressions**

make the subject (u) p=5t-u/u

**12th grade**

2x^2+6x-16 and 14x^2-3x-2

**12th grade**

make the subject (p) p+3=(pq+r)/2

**3rd grade**

Synonyms of to imagine

**10th grade**

for which value of n will the function 4/9 and n/27 be equivalent?

**7th grade**

what to do if the unit rate have a reminder

**10th grade math**

how do i solve for y in the equation -5y(6y - 6) - y = -4(y - 5)

**6th grade**

Simplify the following expression: 84/7(4-1)

**5th grade**

What are compatible numbers?

**7th grade**

What is the least common multiple of 35, 70, 140

**Math - 4th grade**

Draw and label the segment RT. Then what is another name for RT?

**7th grade**

list 10 carees in home economics

**algebra 8th grade**

20÷ 4 ? 3/4 ÷ (1/2) use this <> and =

**4th grade**

what part of speech is batteries

**8th grade**

What are the Five Themes Of Geography?

**12th grade - Math**

1.) Explain why |8-15i| = 17

**5th grade**

what is 1/6h = 9 and h=?

**math 5th grade**

12r - 4r = 48 what does r equal

**3rd grade**

What is the standard form of 734

**8th grade science**

an information on crop production

**english 3rd grade**

example of big ideas

**3rd grade**

how I can make a spelling word pyramid

**2nd grade**

how do i make a riddle with the word glad?

**4th grade**

What is the independent variable?

**8th grade**

graph each realation on cordanant system

**7th grade**

I trying to help my son answer this question. 1/4y for y = 16

**10th grade**

3x-2-x=7-x

**8th grade**

4+6x-9x=3x

**5th grade**

what is the analogy to height:inches:weight?

**5th grade**

what is the sequence to 1/2,0.5,50%,1/7,0.143,

**5th grade**

what si 1.05 + 1.50

**4th grade**

what is value of the number 7 in 700,000

**8th grade math**

how 8 over 6 to its lowest from

**8th grade**

express 3.84 as a fraction in simplest form

**8th grade**

what is a root word

**3rd grade**

I do I find the sum of a digit?

**3rd grade**

What is the Predicate of a Sentence

**10th grade**

I need help with this problem. (b+7)(b+1) .

**11th grade**

how much space does 150 g of mercury occupy

**math**

From a base elevation of 6300 ft. a mountain peak rises to a summit elvation of 14366 ft. over a horizontal distance of 15844 ft. Find the grade of the peak. The grade of the peak is ?%I do not even know where to begin with this. Does the 6300 ft.get subtracted from 14366 and ...

**12th grade**

RS=7a,ST=12a,RS=28

**1st grade**

Is this a sentence? The fox sits.

**6th grade MATH**

WHAT IS A COMPOSITE NUMBER AND WHY?

**6th grade**

what can i unsramble form itvbarnoeso

**8th grade**

What is the buoyancy force on a 15 g object which displaces 60 ml of water?

**english**

how do you make a timeline for a sixth grade reading assignment

**8th grade**

what's the answer to this equation? 5+4 times (8-6) to the second power.

**5th grade**

what does situation & equation mean in math? thank you

**10th grade**

i need help asap w. number patterns

**5th grade**

how do i slove 4243*821213=

**12 grade**

20*49*39*90*56*34*100=

**5th grade**

123%45=

**grade 12 math**

determine the inverse of y=2(3)^x+1

**6th grade**

How do you do reverse division on prime factorization?

**7th grade**

what is the origin of pi? where does it come from? How is it used?

**6th grade**

63728 divided by 9

**11th grade**

summary of discovering tut the saga continues

**7th grade**

How do you interview a character in a book?

**12th grade**

3X+3=3

**MATH**

DOES ANYONE KNOW HOW TO DO THE GRATEST COMMON FACTOR IN THE 8TH GRADE?

**1st grade**

consonants initial middle and final

**10th grade**

can anyone write an article on topic-education for all?

**Statistics**

In your biology class, your final grade is based on several things: a lab score, score on two major tests, and your score on the final exam. There are 100 points available for each score. However, the lab score is worth 25% of your total grade, each major test is worth 22.5%, ...

**grade 9 algerbra**

6=2/5(n-1) any help would be appreciated.

**math grade 9**

6=2/5 (n-1)

**grade 9 math**

X+6 ~ 5 = -2

**7th grade**

graph each line: slope=-1 -- ; y-intercept at 3. 3

**8th grade**

How Do you do Factorising? Thankyou -Jess

**11th grade**

if f(x)=-8x + 8 and g(x)= x-9,what is (f,g)(18)?

**10th grade**

in caesar how do the workman celebrate as the play begins

**6th grade**

how do you determine an interval in a set of data?

**12th grade**

How did the Revolution affect religion in America?

**4th grade math**

fractional parts: ¨”1/2 of 24¨• = ¨”24¡2=12¨• so, ¨”2/3 of 18¨• = ?

**11th grade**

If m<A = 45, AB = 10, and BC = 8, the greatest number of distinct triangles that can be constructed is: 1) 1 2) 2 3) 3 4) 0

**English**

I'm reading a book , and I don't understand this small phrase. Could you please tell me what it means, thanks. ~Or they'll be so horrified by my mother's newly-found 'lifestyle' that they'll slowly start ignoring me. In tenth grade—at least in Vienna, Virginia—this is the ...

**12th grade**

what tool hellps you create a database

**3rd grade**

What can I write about the heart?

**7th grade**

what's the opposite of a professional eater