Questions Asked on
July 23, 2016

  1. Probability

    A customer at Cavallaro’s Fruit Stand picks a sample of 3 oranges at random from a crate containing 60 oranges, of which 4 are rotten. What is the probability that the sample contains 1 or more rotten oranges?

    asked by Brandon
  2. Physical Science

    Green light has a frequency of about 5.3Hz×1014Hz. Using the relationship c=fλ, find its wavelength in air.

    asked by Hannah
  3. Algebra

    The ratio of the areas of two squares is 32/63. After rationalizing the denominator, the ratio of their side lengths can be expressed in the simplified form (a*sqrt b)/c where a, b, and c are integers. What is the value of the sum a + b + c?

    asked by Martin
  4. math

    An organizational psychologist measures levels of job satisfaction in a sample of 30 participants. To measure the variance of job satisfaction, it is calculated that the SS = 120 for this sample. What are the degrees of freedom for the variance? Compute

    asked by Misunderstood - Please help.
  5. physic

    A 2000 kg car is traveling at 20.0 m/s. Then, it puts on the brakes and comes to a complete stop. The heat generated due to the stopping heats up the brakes. The mass of the brake system is 20.0 kg and it has a specific heat of 0.200 kcal/kg °C. What is

    asked by aina
  6. Help me anyone - Pre-Calc

    A farmer uses an irrigation sprinkler system that pivots about the center of a circular field. Determine the length of the sprinkler if an area of 2340 square feet is watered after a pivot of 20°. P.S: The formula is A=1/2 theta r^2 Please help me. Thank

    asked by chizoba
  7. Grammar

    An introduction must contain a thesis statement. 1. True 2. False I answered true. Please check my work

    asked by Tim
  8. Grammar

    Topic sentences in body paragraphs should usually show some relationship to an idea from the introduction or thesis statement. 1. True 2. False I answered true. Check my answer for me and thanks.

    asked by Tim
  9. Small Business Management

    You've arrived at the Pecan Shellers conference—your first networking opportunity. Naturally, you're feeling nervous, but to avoid seeming insecure or uncertain, you've decided to A. square your shoulders before entering the room. B. hold an empowered

    asked by Queen B
  10. Business Management

    Which in of the following approaches would make it easier to network with new business contacts at a social gathering? A- talking only to those you think can help you B- keeping your drink in your left hand C- always introducing yourself in the same

    asked by French Fries
  11. math

    on average , exante express trains are 50km/h faster than Paral passenger trains. A paral train requires 60% more time than an exante train to travel 1800 km from matsay to rawindi calculate the average speed of each train calculate the time it takes each

    asked by rosa
  12. mathematics

    the 10th term of an arithmetic sequence is equal to the sum of 40 and 5th term.If the 15th term is 127 what is its common difference?what is its first term?what is the sum of the first 30 terms.

    asked by krishna
  13. math

    find the capacity of an oil tank if an addition of 15 gallons raises the reading from 1/4 full to 5/8 full

    asked by sh
  14. Math

    The amount of active ingredient of medicine ingested by the body, A in milligrams, is a function of time, t, in hours, given by A(t)=5/8(12t-t^2). a)Determine the average rate of change of the amount of medicine ingested during each of the intervals below

    asked by ba
  15. Math

    Jessica bought an antique candle holder for $300. The antique appreciates in value by 5.5% per year. When will the value of the candle holder by $3000? Round the answer to the nearest tenth.

    asked by ba
  16. Math

    Solve the equation using exact values. Check for any extraneous roots. 9^2x+4(9^x)=21.

    asked by andre
  17. math

    two employees X and Y are paid a total of rs. 550 per week by their employer. if X is paid 120 percent of the amount paid to Y, how much is Y paid per week

    asked by sh
  18. English

    Which word is the subject and verbs in the sentence. Jamie's dog and his cat are good friends, most of the time. subject: dog and cat verb: are Is this correct?

    asked by Kimmy
  19. Grammar

    A thesis statement clarifies the main point an essay will make. 1. True 2. False I answered true. Please check my work.

    asked by Tim
  20. chemistry

    You can temporarily receive relief from acid indigestion by using an antacid that contains a base. Why is it not a good idea to use an antacid routinely? (2 reasons)

    asked by Lara
  21. math


    asked by Anonymous
  22. math

    SAC held a spring fling. SAC provides the following formulas about the spring fling. 1. The number, N, of people who attend the park is a function of price, p, in dollars: 𝑁(𝑝) = −(𝑝 + 5)(𝑝 − 17) assuming the minimum ticket price is $12. 2.

    asked by Sherry
  23. Math

    For a certain day, the depth of water, h, in metres in Tofino, B.C at time t, in hours, is given by the formula: h(t)=7.8+3.5sin[pi/6(t-3)], tE[0,24]. Assume t=0 represents midnight. Provide an algebraic solution to determine the time(s) of day, the water

    asked by Aidan
  24. Math

    Two software companies are developing new android apps. The average profit per x hundred downloads earned by each company can be modelled by the rational functions below, where x > or equal to 0. Trance Media: G(x)=80x+150/x Ellen's incorporated:

    asked by angelina

    when 3 times a certain number is subtracted from 14 , the result is 2 more than R. which of the following equations expresses the value of R.

    asked by USAMA
  26. physics

    A 16.0-g bullet is shot into a wooden block at rest with mass 4550 g on a frictionless surface. The bullet strikes and is lodged in the block, causing is to slide at a speed of 1.20 m/s. Find the speed of the bullet (in m/s) before striking the block.

    asked by Matt
  27. Busines

    You've arrived at the Pecan Shellers conference—your first networking opportunity. Naturally, you're feeling nervous, but to avoid seeming insecure or uncertain, you've decided to F. square your shoulders before entering the room. G. hold an empowered

    asked by Jay jay
  28. physics

    Ball A with a mass of 0.500 kg is moving east at a velocity of 0.800 m/s. It strikes ball B, also of mass 0.500 kg, which is stationary. Ball A glances off B at an angle of 40.0° north of its original path. Ball B is pushed along a path perpendicular to

    asked by Matt
  29. math

    the length of a rectangle is increased by 25%. by what percentage should the width be decreased so that the area of the rectangle remains unchanged

    asked by sh
  30. math

    on a radio tower, a red light flashes every 6 seconds and a blue light flashes every 10 seconds. if both lights flash together at a certain time, how many seconds later will both lights flash together the next time

    asked by sh
  31. physics

    if an 80 meter high object placed 2 meter from a convex lens forms an image whose distance from the object is 2 meter; show with the aid of a diagram with appropriate scale the height of the image formed and confirm your answer using mirror law formula?

    asked by amara
  32. math

    after reducing the price by 20%, a calculators new price is $10. the original selling price of the calculator was?

    asked by sh
  33. Calculus

    A 20m ladder is leaning against a wall. Top of ladder is sliding down at 3m per second and the bottom is sliding away from the wall at 4m per second. How high is the top of the ladder and far is the bottom of the ladder from the wall.

    asked by Erica
  34. math

    a certain store sells two types of pen: one type for rs. 2 per pen and the other type for rs. 3 per pen. if a customer can spend up to rs. 25 to buy pens at the store, what is the greatest number of pens the customer can buy

    asked by sh
  35. Math

    solve these questions using distributive property 30% Of 10= 30% of 20= 30% of 30=

    asked by James
  36. Calculus - Differentials

    The diameter of a shpere is measured to be 6 inches with a possible error of 0.05 inches. Use differentials to estimate the maximum error in the calculated surface area. I've gotten this far: A=4pir^2 dA=8(pi)(r)(dr) Since the problem gives me the diameter

    asked by Brad
  37. English

    Identify each sentence as declarative, imperative, interrogative or exclamatory. Add the proper punctuation. 1. Try to name another American inventor. I added a period and called it imperative. Is this correct? 2. Imagine the traffic problems we'd have

    asked by Kimmy
  38. Maths

    If X=loga(n), y=logc(n) where nis not equal to one . Prove that x-y/x+y=logb(c)-logb(a)/logb(c)+logb(a)

    asked by Joel
  39. English

    Identify each sentence with declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory and add punctuation. 1. Be thankful that George Eastman invented the film for your camera. Answer: declarative 2. How easy is it to take pictures today? Answer: interrogative

    asked by Kimmy
  40. Math

    In a two-digit number ,the digit at the units place is douale the digit in the tens place. The number exceeds the sum of digits by18.find the number.

    asked by Krishna v
  41. chemistry

    Vanadium is an environmental pollutant originating from some types of steel, but also from the combustion of fossil fuels. The amount of V2+ in an unknown sample is determined by potentiometric titration by 7.62 mM permanganate ion, MnO4 - . 25.00 mL of

    asked by siri
  42. Math

    What 12 times 20

    asked by Jasmin
  43. Math

    Solve the equation X + 24 = 36; x =

    asked by Daniel
  44. math:age

    salima's current age is half that of her uncle.9 years ago the age of salima was 1/3 the current age of her uncle. Find the current age of Salima

    asked by kelvin
  45. Linear equations in 1 variable

    There are x no of 5 rupee coins and the no. of 2 rupee coins is 3 times more than the no of 5 rupee coins. Their total sum=₹77. Find the number of ₹2 coins and ₹5 coins.

    asked by Sailikhit
  46. Physics

    A weight suspended from an ideal spring oscillates up and down with a period T. If the amplitude of the oscillation is doubled, the period will be ? A. 1.5 T B. 2T C. T/2 D. T E. 4T

    asked by SAGAR
  47. English

    You wil soon turn 16 and your parents have arranged a special birthday party for you.write an invitation card to your favourite teacher whom you want to deliver a message of support and motivation to you on this special do i write it?

    asked by Mbaly nkosy
  48. Maths

    How would you solve the equation: 15 = 2x + y

    asked by Jen
  49. Math

    A watch loses five seconds every one hour How many minutes will it loss in two days

    asked by Isaac
  50. Maths

    The sum of the first and third terms of a 7/3 and the sum of the second and fourth term is 7/4.Fin the first and the common difference

    asked by Efa
  51. Physics

    A car takes up from west and accelerate uniformly at the rate of 4m/s square until it reaches a velocity of 10m/s. It then maintains this speed for 5secs and later decelerate at the rate of 2m/s square till it reaches its destination a) draw the velocity

    asked by Alif
  52. math

    the sum of two numbers is 25. the second number is 5 more than the other one. find the numbers.

    asked by joshua
  53. Math

    One side of a rectangle is 2cm longer than the other side .its area is 195cmsquare .find its perimeter

    asked by Abdullah
  54. physics

    A man walked 10 m north, then 5 m south. What distance did he walk? What is his final displacement?

    asked by Face off
  55. Grammar

    Each sentence in a paragraph should relate to the idea that the topic sentence introduces. 1. True 2. False I answered true. Please check my answer and Thank you for your help.

    asked by Tim