Questions Asked on
July 28, 2007

arithmetic
a stock clerk had 600 pads on hand. He then issued 3/8 of his supply of pads to division X,1/4 to division Y and 1/6 to division Z. The number of pads remaining in stock is? I don't get how to solve this problem. In arithmetic problems, the word "of"
asked by chrissy 
arithmetic
The wage rate in a certain trade is $8.60 and hour for a 40 hour work week and 1 1/2 times the base pay for overtime. An employee who works 48 hours in a week earns? The employee's gross pay (before taxes and other deductions): 8.6 x 40 = a 8.6 x 1.5 x 8 =
asked by chrissy 
Algebra 2(check pt 4)
1)Cramer's Rule is used to solve the system of equations:3m5n=12,4m+7n=5 Which determinant represents the numerator for n? answer=[12 5] [5 7] 2)Cramer's Rule is used to solve the system of equations:3xy+2z=17,4x+2y3z=10,and 2x+5y9z=6 Which
asked by erin 
economic analysis
suppose you are running the food concession at the athletic events for your college.you sell hot dogs,colas,and potato chips.What are your inputs of capital,labor and materials?if the demand for the hot dogs declines,what steps could you take to reduce
asked by naveed 
Math
I really really need help on this one. I have no clue on how to do it; here it is... Determine the maximum and minimum values of the following set of numbers. 3, 36/7, 1, 2/3, 5/4, 5, 26/9 Express the fractions as mixed numbers. For example, 26/9 = 2
asked by G. Torres 
Chemistry
Does sodium metal react with potassium hydroxide solution? No. It would be a displacement reaction and this only works if the metal is higher in the activity series than the one it wants to displace. Given that potassium is the highest ranked metal (sodium
asked by Fiona 
geometery
[1.04] If B is between A and C, AB=2x1, BC=3x+5 and AC=24, what is the value of x? Segment A C contains point B. *A=======B======*C If AC = 24; AB = 2x1 and BC = 3x+5, then AB + BC = AC. Solve for X. Post your work if you get stuck. (2x 1) + (3x +5) =
asked by K 
english
which is right...? Pollution, costs of living, and the threat of global warming IS rising. OR Pollution, costs of living, and the threat of global warming ARE rising. The subject is plural (pollution, costs of living, and the threat...), so the verb needs
asked by christina 
Visitor623
I could not find this site in the Search Engines index This is not a search engine. You can find it among the first 10 listed by Googling the words "homework help", with or without quotes.
asked by Visitor623 
lines
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asked by K 
distance
Find the distance between the points (1,4) and (2,9) (Distance)^2 = (y2  y1)^2 + (x2  x1)^2 = (13)^2 + (1)^2 = 170 Distance = sqrt 170 = 13.04 thank you
asked by Debra 
the third dimension
During what time frame did the notion that more than 3Dimensions may exist become accepted? At this site there is a history of dimensionality. http://scholar.uwinnipeg.ca/courses/38/4500.6001/Cosmology/dimensionality.htm
asked by Debra 
algebra 1
he slope of a line is negative twothirds. What is the slope of a line that is perpendicular to it? 3/2. The product of the two slopes must be 1, for perpendicular lines.
asked by Moxie 
Geometry
A is only parallel to B if and Only if they are cut by a transversal. I was wondering is this was a biconditional statement. It is a false statement. Lines to not have to be cut by a transversal to be parallel.
asked by Moxie 
slope
hat is the slope of the line that passes through the points (3,1) and (0, 5) formula for slope = y2y1/x2x1
asked by cassie 
proofs
ll in the missing information in this Algebraic proof. Please label your answers as a, b, c, ... Two lines intersect. Angle 1 equals left parentheses 3 times x + 20 right parentheses. Angle 2 = left parentheses 5 times x  16 right parentheses, Angles 1
asked by cassie 
Calculus  series
I'm getting this answer wrong, can someone please help show me what i'm missing?? thank you :) Infinity of the summation n=0: [(1)^n pi^(2n)] / [6^(2n) (2n)!] this is my work: [(1^0) pi^(2*0)] / [6^(2*0) (2*0)!] + [(1^1) pi^(2*1)] / [6^(2*1) (2*1)!] +
asked by COFFEE 
Calculus  Taylor
could you please help me with solving this problem? #1) Find the Taylor polynomial Tn(x) for the function 'f' at the number 'a'. f(x) = sqrt(3+x^2) ; a=1; n=2; my work so far: f (x) = sqrt(3+x^2) = (3+x^2)^(1/2) f ' (x) = (1/2)(3+x^2)^(1/2) f '' (x) =
asked by COFFEE 
Calculus  Taylor #2
Find the Taylor series for f(x) centered at the given value of 'a'. (Assume that 'f' has a power series expansion. Do not show that Rn(x)>0.) f(x) = x3, a = 1 and what i've done so far: f (x) = x^3 f ' (x) = 3x^2 f '' (x) = 6x^1 f ''' (x) = 6x f (1) =
asked by COFFEE 
Algebra2(check part 1)
1)Solve the matrix:[2x] [14]for x [3y]=[12] answer=7 2)V[3 1] [0 2] [4 5].The dimensions of matrix V. answer=3x2 3)The first row of T+U T[4 5 2] U[9 6 4] [8 1 3] [5 2 3] answer=[5 1 6] 4)The first row of VT. V[3 1] T[4 5 2] [0 2] [8 1 3] [4 5]
asked by erin 
Early Child Ed.
Would you please check these questions and my answers ? 1. Readiness skills: A. only involve reading B. involve reading and math C. begin in first grade D. include social,language,motor and cognitive skills. 2. Which one of the following will probably NOT
asked by Tamera 
Algebra(check pt 2)
1)The first row of 3T. T[4 5 2] [8 1 3] answer=[12 15 6] 2)The first row of 5PQ. P[3 1] Q[4 4] [4 0] [12 21] answer=[11 1] 3)The first row of TV. T[4 5 2] V[3 1] [8 1 3] [0 2] [4 5] answer=not possible 4)The inverse of matrix R. R[0 1/4] [1 3/4]
asked by erin 
Algebra(check pt 3)
1)The dimensions of ST. S[7/12 1/9] [1/3 1/9] T[4 5 2] [8 1 3] answer=2x3 2)The pair of matrices that are inverses. P[3 1] Q[4 4] R[0 1/4] [4 0] [12 21] [1 3/4] S[7/12 1/9] T[4 5 2] U[9 6 4] [1/3 1/9] [8 1 3] [5 2 3] V[3 1] [0 2] [4 5]
asked by erin 
english
what are the differences between... to wake and to awaken? AND to rouse and to arouse? Here are two discussions of the usage of these words. awake, awaken, wake (up): awake is usually an adjective: "I am awake." Awaken is always a verb, either transitive
asked by christina 
english
If a person's name ends with "the third," do you capitalize "third?" Yes, but it would be preferable to use the Roman numerals (III in this case) after the name. DrWLS is right. Here's an example: Richard III John Edward Jones III See?
asked by christina 
economic analysis
suppose you are running the food concession at the athletic events for your college.you sell hot dogs,colas,and potato chips.what are your inputs of capital,labor and materials? if the demand for the hot dogs declines, what steps could you take to reduce
asked by naveed 
math
How do you change a decimal to a fraction?? you change a fration to a decimal by diving the fraction right? HOW DO YOU CHANGE A FRACTION TO A PERCENTAGE? In order of your questions, the answers are: (1) yes, (2) yes (divide numerator by denmonimator) and
asked by I dunno 
math
what is an eay way to add 1/5 1/2 and 1/7. I have to find a number that they all go into for a similar denominator right? but how do I do that without taking forever. Multiply the denominators: 5 x 2 x 7 = ?? =) As Writeacher has noted, the common
asked by I dunno 
math
what is a gross? A gross is a dozen dozen ... or in other words, 12 x 12. =) One Gross is a measurement equal to 144 of something (a dozen dozen). The term is not often used today.
asked by I dunno 
Science/Math??
If object A has mass Ma and object B has mass Mb, then the force F on object A is directed toward object B and has magnitude of F = G Ma Mb / r2 That would be the correct gravitational force, and the direction IS directed toward object B. True
asked by Joey 
arithmetic
ok I don't know how to multiply 600x3/8 then subtract it. Could you please show me how. That math place doesnt realy help me. I get 1800/4800 right?? how do i break it down without it taking forever?
asked by chrissy 
??
why do you times 8.6x1.5x8? where does the 8 come from? You said the employee worked 48 hours in a week, right? 40 hours were paid at his regular rate ($8.60/hour or 8.6), and the extra 8 hours (overtime) were paid at time and a half (8.6 x 1.5). Once you
asked by chrissy 
Econ
Suppose that a borrower and a lender agree on the nominal interest rate to be paid on a loan. Then inflation turns out to be higher than they both expected. Does the lender gain or lose from this unexpectedly high inflation? Does the borrower gain or lose?
asked by Chloe 
previous post
has anyone read my 4 previous posts? I really need someone to check my answers. Please be patient, Erin. Our advanced math teachers are not online right now, it seems. =)
asked by erin 
one more
Im sorry i have one more a skier started a fire in the firplace. each log she put on burned for a half hour if she started with a supply of 10 logs for how many hours could the fire burn? how do i make that into a problem? never mind it is so obvious.
asked by chrissy 
english poetrywalt whitman
i cant remember the name of that whitman poem where he's in a classroom or something and walks out and says something about learning everything he needs to from the stars. its been a while since i've read it,but its imperative that i know the title! Is
asked by lisa 
math
Let A= [7 4 4] [4 5 0] [4 0 9] a) Orthogonally diagonalize A b) Use answer from a) to construct a spectral decomposition for A. c) Suppose that x=[1 2 1] and let u be the eigen vector from a) corresponding to the largest eigenvalue of A. If W=Span {u},
asked by V