Questions Asked on
June 5, 2015

  1. algebra

    A soccer field has an area of 312 square yards. Its length is 2 yards longer than twice its width. Find the width of the soccer field.

    asked by tiffany
  2. Math

    In Triangle ABC, medians BE and CD are produced respectively to points X and Y such that CD=DX and BE=EY as shown in the figure. Show that the points X, A and Y are collinear. Also show that A is the mid point of XY

    asked by Somanna
  3. science

    Calculate the volume of solution that has a vapour pressure of 25.8 mbar and contains 200.3 g of galactose, C6H12O6, at a temperature of 22.0 °C. The vapour pressure of pure water at 22 °C is 26.40 mbar, the density of water is 1.00 g mL-1, and assume no

    asked by Jane Smith
  4. Math

    A bag contains 3 apples and 2 oranges. Another bag contains 2 apples and 4 oranges . A bag and a fruit are picked at random. The probability that the fruit will be apple is

    asked by Uroosa
  5. science

    A NEGLIGIBLY SMALL current is passed through a wire of length 15 m and of uniform cross-section 60x 10^7 m2 and its resistance is measured to be 50.what is the restivity of the material at the temperature of the experiment.

    asked by sarita
  6. Math of class -10

    Prove that 2/ square root 12is irrational

    asked by Anonymous
  7. Calculus

    Describe the solid whose volume is represented by the following definite integrals. The integral of 2pi(x-1)e^x from 2 to 7.

    asked by Alex
  8. Math of class-10

    Show that 4/ root 3 is irrational number

    asked by Anonymous
  9. Chemistry

    energy required for ionisation of 0.02 gram atom of magnesium is x Kj .the amount of energy required to ionise 1 atom of magnesium is

    asked by sam
  10. Physics

    3 objects with masses m1=5kg, m2=10kg and m3=15kg are attached by massless string over two frictionless pulleys. The horizontal surface is frictionless and system is released from rest. Using energy concept calculate m3 speed after it has moved down 0.4m

    asked by Akosua
  11. chemistry

    Calculate the volume of solution that has a vapour pressure of 25.8 mbar and contains 200.3 g of galactose, C6H12O6, at a temperature of 22.0 °C. The vapour pressure of pure water at 22 °C is 26.40 mbar, the density of water is 1.00 g mL-1, and assume no

    asked by Jane Smith
  12. english confused

    Is this a VALID or INVALID argument? Animals should be in cages Did this person use DEDUCTIVE or INDUCTIVE reasoning? What types of appeals did the person rely on (ethos, logos, pathos)? Do you detect any BIAS in their response? could i get help figuring

    asked by yamean
  13. Physics

    I did a lab about Standing waves on a string and it asked me the following qeuestions: Discuss any errors arising from the method used to establish the standing wave pattern. - I think air resistance, linear density of string is non uniform, tension of the

    asked by Anna
  14. Math

    What are the factors of 12c^2 + cd - d^2? F. (4c + 3d) (3c - 2d) G. (4c - 3d) (3c + 2d) H. (6c + d) (2c - 6d) J. 6(2c - d) (c + d) K. 6(2c + d) (c - d)

    asked by Anonymous
  15. Math

    How much larger than the sum of -1, -2, and 5 is the sum of the squares of these same integers? A. 18 B. 20 C. 22 D. 28 E. 32

    asked by Anonymous
  16. math

    The smith family drinks 1 4/5 liters of apple juice each day. the apple juice comes in a 2 liter bottle. How many bottles does mrs. smith need to buy every week?

    asked by anonymous
  17. English/ L.A.

    Which of the following word pairs best shows the differences between the American town and the Tang town? seedy vs. proud dingy vs. colorful disorderly vs. calm prosperous vs. impoverished 2. Which of the following quotes from Windrider best shows how he

    asked by Anyone from connexus?
  18. math

    Lily uses 1 3/4 meters of ribbon to make a knot. She wants to make 9 similar knots for her cousins. How many meters of ribbon does Lily need ? Round your answer to the nearest meter.

    asked by anonymous
  19. 6th Grade Probability

    The probability of winning a game is 25%. How many times should you expect to win if you play 36 times? A. 3 times B. 7 times C. 9 times (I think it's the answer) D. 11 times Please help me! If I'm wrong can someone please explain to me why and the correct

    asked by MusicLover14
  20. History

    What was the effect of this cartoon in 1867? It demonstrated the weakness of the veto power. It showed that the president was well equipped for his job. It emphasized the authority of the U.S. Constitution. It validated the need for more control of the

    asked by Kiki
  21. Language Arts

    Which of the following is likely to cause lethargy? A.too little food B.bad weather C.lack of sleep D.a lack of heat

    asked by Alina
  22. Physics

    A physicist converted 2 kg of water at 37 degrees celcius to steam at 100 degrees celcius. Assuming no heat is lost, calculate the amount of energy needed to heat to 100 degrees celcius.

    asked by i need help
  23. PSYCH

    In the latter part of the 1880s, psychiatrists and neurologists tended to believe that madness was caused by __________. Less severe syndromes like hysteria were __________.   A. biological troubles in the brain, also caused by biological troubles in the

    asked by MAE
  24. geometry

    In triangle ABC, X and Y are the midpoints of BC and AC, respectively. The perpendicular bisectors of BC and AC intersect at a point O inside the triangle. If angle C = 47 degrees, then find the measure of angle XOY?

    asked by Julie
  25. Algebra help

    You are building a concrete deck around a rectangular swimming pool. The pool is three times as long as it is wide. The deck will have a constant width of four feet. In order to have enough concrete, you have calculated the area of the deck to be 832

    asked by Josd324life
  26. Diversity

    For children who are learning English as a second language, context embedded activities enhance: a. written language b. child-child socialization c. vocabulary development d. assimilation into mainstream culture.

    asked by nikki
  27. Diversity

    The process of learning "code-switching" is meant to: a. foster social fluency. b.teach a student the approprite use of Standard English and his/her own dialet.c. encourage one to change grammatical markers d. focus the child on mastering use of Standard

    asked by nikki
  28. geometry

    two round fountains are similar. one measures 4'6 across and the other measures 9'7 across. find the scale factor from the small one to the large one

    asked by bobbie
  29. 6th Grade Probability

    From a barrel of colored marbles, you randomly select 4 blue, 5 yellow, 6 red, 2 green, and 5 purple. Find the experimental probability of randomly selecting a marble that is NOT blue. A. 6/13 B. 1/2 C. 9/11 D. 3/8 Please help me fast! I have no clue how

    asked by MusicLover14
  30. physics

    A stationary motion detector sends sound waves of frequency 0.0953 MHz toward a truck approaching at a speed of 42.6 m/s. What is the frequency of the waves reflected back to the detector? (Take the speed of sound to be 343 m/s.)

    asked by Anonymous
  31. Math

    Convert the polar equation to rectangular form: r = -2cosø - 2sinø

    asked by James
  32. math

    A ice cream seller sells five flavours of ice creams. How many combinations of 3 scoops of cones are possible. Hint repition of flavours is allowed

    asked by Anonymous
  33. History

    Who wrote the constitution?

    asked by Jennifer
  34. Basic Differential Equation

    Hi all. I need help understanding something my book dosn't go over well. For example dy/dx=-4y is a given solution and I need to find the differential equation. I simply isolate y then integrate. Getting y=e^(-4x) which is correct. My question is for

    asked by Joe
  35. ECONCMIC

    Suppose that the price elasticity of demand for wheat is known to be -0.75. Will a good wheat crop (which increases the supply of wheat) be likely to increase or decrease farmers’ revenues?

    asked by JIM
  36. ECONOMIC

    Suppose that the demand for oranges increases. Carefully explain how the rationing function of price will restore market equilibrium

    asked by JIM
  37. ECONOMIC

    The income elasticity for most staple foods, such as wheat, is known to be between zero and one. As incomes rise over time, what will happen to the demand for wheat? What will happen to the quantity of wheat purchased by consumers? What will happen to the

    asked by JIM
  38. ECONOMIC

    Describe the market structure of the beverage industry.

    asked by JIM
  39. ECONOMIC

    What economic factors are relevant in managerial decision making?

    asked by JIM
  40. ELA

      An antonym is a word that's  A. defined in a thesaurus. B. opposite in meaning. C. pronounced the same. D. the same in meaning. B?

    asked by Brooklyn
  41. 6th Grade World History Help Please!

    What was the role of the Roman Assembly? A. It consisted of eight judges who enforced the law B. It formed the executive branch in the Roman Republic C. It allowed plebeians to have a voice in government D. It expanded the role of the Roman noblemen I

    asked by MusicLover14
  42. Math

    In simplified form, 24x^4z^-2 --------- = ? 8x^-3z A. 3x --- z B. 16x^7 ----- z C. 3x^7 ---- z^3 D. 16xz E. 3x^7z^3

    asked by Anonymous
  43. Language Arts

    Can someone please check these answers I cant risk getting a bad grade at this point. These are from the book "The Giver" 1. At the beginning of the novel, Jonas describes himself as apprehensive. Why is he apprehensive? A. An unknown plane is flying

    asked by Nick
  44. English

    Has anyone on here read Dragonwings by Laurence Yep and could look over some of my answers to homework questions?

    asked by Anyone from connexus?
  45. Geometry

    In triangle ABC, BC = 20sqrt3 and angle C = 30 degrees. Let the perpendicular bisector of BC intersect BC and AC at D and E respectively. Find the length of E.

    asked by JulieJones
  46. language arts

    Which of the following statements best illustrates California's social and political climate during the early 1900s? A)The economy was strong, and cities were expanding with growing populations. B)Finding employment was relatively easy because the railroad

    asked by Im confused please help
  47. chemistry

    10 mL of 0.0100 M HCl are added to 25.0 mL of a buffer solution that is 0.010 M HC2H3O2 and 0.1 M C2H3O2-. What is the pH of the resulting solution?

    asked by Renata
  48. Math- algebra

    An experiment stain of bacteria is being used to treat an oil spill. A colony of 2^13 cells will be sufficient to ocean up the spill. If the colony is started with a single cell, and cells increase in number by splitting every 15 minutes, in how many hours

    asked by Bill
  49. math

    12. Which function is a quadratic function? A. y=3x^2+x B. y=2x-1 C. y=3/x D. y= -|x| Which function rule represents the data in the table? x -3, -2, -1, 0, 1 y 1, -2, -5, -8, -11 A. y=-3x-8 B. y=1/3x -8 C. y=1/3x+8 D. y=3x+8

    asked by Anonymous
  50. Algebra

    Okemos has an average yearly temperature of 22.84 degrees. The average yearly temperature in another city is 28.36 degrees. Use rounding to estimate the difference in average yearly temperature between the two cities. I got -5.25 but I think it might be

    asked by Peach
  51. Algebra

    Estimate 63.4/8.4 using compatible numbers I need help finding the answer...

    asked by Peach
  52. Algebra

    What is the best measure of central tendency for the data? What answer do you get using this measure? (if applicable) Donald, Lester, Tool, Lee, Lester, Donald, Lester, Lee, Lester I need help finding the answer. I don't understand how to do this because

    asked by Peach
  53. math

    how many lines of symmetry does a hexagon have i think its 8 or 16 i think its 8 @ms.sue

    asked by anonymous
  54. Algebra

    How do I estimate a salary? I tried but I think it might be wrong Someone earns $389 a week I have to estimate the salary in 6 months which is 26 weeks. I multiplied 389 by 26 and got 10,114 Did I do this right?

    asked by Anonymous
  55. math

    you can rent a car for the day from company A for $26 plus $0.12 a mile company B charges $24.00 plus $ 0.19 a mile. Find the number of miles m (to the nearest mile) per day for which it is cheaper to rent from company A

    asked by Jasmine
  56. Science

    A species of flowering plant produces vibrant blue flowers. The flowers attract both pollinators that spread the plant's pollen and herbivores that feed on the plant. An adaptation occurred through several generations of plant species, and the plant is now

    asked by Anonymous
  57. Algebra

    You want to buy 8 books for $19.68 each, estimate the total cost show your work. I did 19.68 x 8 and got 157.44 then rounded the answer and got 157 am I right? Or The second time I tried I estimated 19.68 and got 20 so then I did 20 x 8 and got 160 Is this

    asked by Anonymous
  58. informal Logic

    Cornel West claims that humans ought to focus on death in order to more adequately understand their existence. (Points : 1) True False

    asked by christopher
  59. informal Logic

    The Dove beauty video about beauty creation indicates that: (Points : 1) All people can be beautiful Conceptions of beauty are based on false examples of reality It is enjoyable to undergo a makeover It doesn’t take much to make certain people beautiful

    asked by christopher
  60. Literature

    An author of a detective novel is most likely to use figurative language to? A. entertain the reader. B. suggest hidden meanings. C. mislead the reader. D. help the reader visualize a character. I think it is C or D, but I can't choose between either. I

    asked by Anonymous
  61. English

    Please help need help with a thesis on Personal Philosophy of human nature. Thank you would appreciated very much

    asked by Edgar
  62. Stats

    Daily water intake (including water used in drinks such as coffee, tea and juice) for Canadian adults follows a normal distribution with mean $\var{mu}$ litres and standard deviation $\var{sigma}$ litres. a) What is the probability that the mean daily

    asked by Hui
  63. Civics

    Why might it be better to save up some money and buy something later than to buy it on credit now? You may get protection for purchases that are lost, damaged, or stolen. Buying anything on credit will damage your credit rating. Paying for things on credit

    asked by melani
  64. finance

    Joanne and Ed Greenwood built a new barn with an attached arena. To finance the loan, they paid $1,315 interest on $40,000 at 5%. What was the time, using exact interest? (Do not round intermediate calculations. Round up your answer to the nearest day.)

    asked by Anonymous
  65. math

    three more than the product of 19 and Victoria's age

    asked by zhara
  66. Civics

    Which best describes how factors such as natural resources, physical characteristics, and the relative location of North American nations may have helped prevent war between them? (3 points) North American nations are similar in climate. Nations with

    asked by melani