Questions Asked on
July 5, 2007

  1. English

    I don't understand E.L. Doctorow's essay "Why We Are Infidels". Please help me understand it, because I have to compare and contrast this essay with Salman Rushdie's "Imagine There's No Heaven." Thanks for the help!

    asked by Anonymous
  2. Math

    A man walks a certain distance at a certain speed. If he walks 1/2 an hour faster than his usual speed, he will take one hour less to reach his destination. But if he walks 1 km an hour slower than his usual speed, he will take 3hours more to reach his

    asked by Anne
  3. Physics II

    Three identical resistors are connected in series. When a certain potential difference is applied across the combination, the total power dissipated is 18.0 W. What power would be dissipated if the three resistors were connected in parallel across the same

    asked by Tifani
  4. Geometry

    Prove that the tangents to a circle at the endpoints of a diameter are parallel. State what is given, what is to be proved, and your plan of proof. Then write a two-column proof. Hint draw a DIAGRAM with the points labeled. Can some one please check for me

    asked by DANIELLE
  5. Language...Grammar

    1. If they had tried their best, they would have succeeded in the interview. (subjunctive mood) 2. As they didn't do their best, they didn't succeed in the interview. 3. As they didn't do their best, they wouldn't succeed in the interview. 4. As they

    asked by John
  6. Languate...Grammar

    Hello. 1. I wish he were a bird. 2. I wish he was a bird. 3. I wish I were a doctor. I think #1 is correct. What about #2? Is it OK? And what about #3? Numbers 1 and 3 are correct; 2 is incorrect. Read about the use of subjunctive mood in English:

    asked by John
  7. Algebra

    Trapezoid. Height is 16m, one base is 2 20m, and the area is 224 m what is the length of the other base? The dimensions of area are m^2, not m. I assume that your entry of "2" was a mistake, and that you meant 20m for one of the base lengths. Trapezoid

    asked by Misty
  8. stats

    if you randomly answer a t/f test and want to figure the possibililty of gettng at least an 80......how do you start and then once you have done this, what if you want to try it 4 more times? HELP Let N be the number of questions. You are asking for the

    asked by holly
  9. accounting

    discuss the four financial statements and explain the different components of the statements as well as what the statements tell about a business What four financial statements? What different components? Please note that we don't do students' homework for

    asked by Janet
  10. Math

    John's present age is five years more than thrice the present age of his son. Five Years hence, John's age will be fifteen years more than twice the age of his son at that time. Find the present age of John and his son. J=3*S +5 J+5=15+2*(S+5) Find J

    asked by Norman
  11. science

    What are the four states of matter? http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=four+states+matter

    asked by al
  12. stats again

    ok I get it, so once I get the prob figred for one person, how do I figure it if additional attempts are made and the question is about the prob of at least one of the additional attempts say n = 6 getting the same results as the first Once you have the

    asked by holly
  13. science

    what are the four states of matter? five states: Plasma, gas, solid, liquid, Bose-Einstein condensate. There is a sixth state you can explore called fermionic condensate,it is not widely known or understood yet, at least here in Texas.

    asked by al
  14. math

    can anyone please help me with this problem. thanks Each week, Florida Citrus, Inc., uses a single machine for 150 hours to distill orange and grapefruit juice into concentrates that are then stored in two separate 1000-gallon tanks before being frozen.

    asked by Kevin
  15. Statistics

    What is the probability of rolling a 10 with three dices. There are 6^3 = 216 possible permutations of throwing 3 dice. Of those possibilities, 27 add up to ten. They are: 1,3,6; 1,4,5; 1,5,4; 1,6,3; 2,2,6; 2,3,5; etc. up to ...6,2,2; 6,3,1 The probability

    asked by Niraj
  16. Algebra

    A=1/2h(B+b)(for b) multiply both sides by 2/h Then, subtract B from both sides.

    asked by Misty
  17. human services

    why is the community code of ethics in human services necessary? The Human Services Profession has earned a well deserved sleezy reputation: of violating clients trust, of misleading them or worse (ill informing) them on working conditions and rights, of

    asked by Anonymous
  18. human services

    What does the code of ethics tell about the relationship between ethics and the law? (Broken Link Removed) Read it. It is not long. It references the law.

    asked by Anonymous
  19. communication

    It’s hard to believe that a woman her age could accomplish so much. Inclusive Language—Making Language Nonracist and Nonagist. How can I do that. This is my one out of 10 it has me stump. woman, or person? Why not just drop the "her age" words? It's

    asked by marie
  20. eth 125

    list three characteristics of orientalism We have a great search engine at Jiskha, in the Search window above. http://www.jiskha.com/search/search.cgi?query=ist+three+characteristics+of+orientalism

    asked by Delma
  21. science

    After reading about the Malaria problem in North Borneo and the subsequent attempts to eliminate it, do you believe the beneficial effects of spraying pesticides on Sabah outweighed the resulting unexpected and harmful effects? It depends on the value you

    asked by sarah
  22. psychology

    how do peer medaiation programs work and what type of stragies do the use. Also how can you engage students in constructive class conflicts. http://www.kellybear.com/TeacherArticles/TeacherTip13.html I am not so keen on using peers to work in disciplinary

    asked by LATUNJA JONES
  23. psychology

    What are the three c of Johnson and Johnson described doe a safe productive school. What link that research have found between agression and students conflict. What are the effects of teasing a student Is there a chance this can be translated to standard

    asked by LATUNJA JONES
  24. Simple Algebra

    (2n+1)(2n-1)(n+5) I'm a little confused on how to do this one. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks. Thank you!!! What are you trying to do? Multiply? The first terms will make a difference of squares (a-b)(a+b)=a^2 - b^2 (4n^2-1)(n+5) Now

    asked by Chelsea
  25. Algebra

    (2n+1)(2n-1)(n+5) I'm a little confused on how to do this one. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!! Thanks. see the other post. see the other post. Hi Chelsea: You are given three binomials which are to be multiplied. Were you asked to multiply three

    asked by Chelsea
  26. English I

    What is the difference between a noun and a verb? Ebone, a noun is the name of something - a person, a place, an idea. The verb is what that "something" does. It is the action or being that affects the noun. These are some good sites on Nouns and Verbs

    asked by Ebone
  27. Financial Management

    If you make an extra $50.00 principal payment per month, what are the opportunity cost considerations? The sites listed below should be of help to you. 4 Financial Statements http://www.quickmba.com/accounting/fin/statements/ Beginners' Guide to Financial

    asked by T