Questions Asked on
December 15, 2016

  1. Science

    What do bone marrow and epidermis have in common. A.they are both sites of new cell information B.they both contain structures that assist the body in cooling down if overheating occurs. C.they both contain or are associated with sensory neorons D.they are

    asked by Anonymous
  2. Math Help

    Math unit test. (1) write the fraction 1/8 as a percent. round to the nearest hundredth of a percent where necessary. 12.50% 37.50%**** 62.50% 80.00%

    asked by Jimmy
  3. Social Studies

    Use the image to answer the question. This image shows a crowd in Boston protesting the return of an enslave person to Virginia. What opinion did members of this crowd most likely share? a) They supported slavery in Virginia b) They believed slavery shoukd

    asked by Betta Fish
  4. Conditional Probability

    A certain virus infects one in every 400 people. A test used to detect the virus in a person is positive 90% of the time if the person has the virus and 10% of the time if the person does not have the virus. Let A be the event "the person is infected" and

    asked by Devin
  5. math

    leslie decides to join a gym . she must pay a monthly fee plus a one -time fee to open a membership. This situation can be modeled by the expression 55x + 80 . explain how each number and letter in the expression relates to the problem .

    asked by mika
  6. Algebra

    For the data in the table, does y vary directly with x? If it does, write an equation for the direct variation. 8|13 16|26 24|39 A:yes;y=5x B:yes;y=10x*** C:yes;y=1.625x D:no;y does not vary directly with x

    asked by Anon
  7. Business Math

    The proceeds of a $9,500.00, 10 percent simple discounted note for 95 days is?

    asked by TheRealPrincess
  8. history

    2. How did the Supreme Court decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford increase sectionalism? (1 point) It defined the rights of slave and free states. It expanded the geographical size of the nation. It kept the number of slave and free states even. It would

    asked by Hi
  9. Algebra II

    The volume of a gas in cubic centimeters, V, varies inversely with the pressure of the gas in liters per square centimeter, p. When the volume of the gas is 16 cm3, its pressure is 20 L/cm2. Find the volume of the gas when the pressure is 2.2 L/cm2.

    asked by kristy
  10. math

    The scatterplot shows the number of minutes spent reading (x) and the number of pages read (y) by each of seven students last night. Use the labeled points to create a linear model that predicts the number of pages that a typical student reads in x

    asked by maddie
  11. Physics- Car moving with speed of 22 m/s...

    A car is moving with a speed of 22 m/s. The driver then brakes, and the car comes to a halt after 6.5 s. What is the distance covered by the car after the driver brakes, until it comes to a stop? a. 36 m b. 72 m c. 140 m d. 219 m

    asked by MM
  12. Math

    In a study of 800 men,diastolic blood pressure was found to be approximately normally distributed, with a mean of 84 millimeters (mm) of mercury and standard deviation of 10 millimeters. Use the 68-95-99.7% rule to determine what percentage of the test

    asked by Joe
  13. Social Studies

    Graph URL: h t t p : / / b i t . l y / 2 h p N N F 6 Which of the following best explains the difference between Tennessee and Mississippi on this graph? a) Mississippi had more battles because it was on the coast. b) Mississippi had fewer battles because

    asked by Betta Fish
  14. Physics

    Problem: A person has a reasonable chance of surviving an automobile crash if the deceleration is no more than 30 "g's. Part A: Calculate the magnitude of the force on a 71-kg person accelerating at this rate. Answer=> F= 2.09x10^4 N Part B: What distance

    asked by Ashley
  15. Math 1

    In a study of 500 men, diastolic blood pressure was found to be approximately normally distributed, with a mean of 82 millimeters (mm) of mercury and standard deviation of 10 millimeters. Use the 68-95-99.7% rule to determine what percentage of the test

    asked by Amy
  16. Maths

    It takes for three gardeners 90 minutes to weed a garden. If the job is to be done in only 15 minutes, how many more gardeners need to be put on the jobs?

    asked by Sadaf
  17. MATH HELP PLEASE

    Find the digit that makes _1,258 divisible by 9? List all the factors of the number 30? Find the prime factorization of the number 168?

    asked by bler
  18. chemistry

    PLEASEEEE HELP Write the balanced equation for the reaction between zinc and acetic acid. The equation has been written you just have to balance. ___Zn + ___HC2H3O2 → ___Zn(CH3COO)2 + ___H2

    asked by Bre
  19. social studies

    "we have come after these long thousands of years to experience the agony of ten years for foreign oppression with every loss to the right to live, every restriction of the freedom thought..." 10.which of these judgments would the Koreans most likely make

    asked by hi me
  20. algebra 2

    Danielle needs to walk 2.5 miles. If she wants to reach her destination in 30 minutes ( hour), how fast does she need to walk?

    asked by kristy
  21. Physics

    A cardboard box of unknown mass is sliding upon a mythical frictionless surface. The box has a velocity of 4.56 m/s when it encounters a bit of friction. After sliding 0.700m, the box has a velocity of 3.33 m/s. What is the coefficient of friction of the

    asked by Grace
  22. Calc

    The graph of f ′(x) is continuous and increasing with an x-intercept at x = 0. Which of the following statements is false? The graph of f is always concave up. The graph of f has an inflection point at x = 0. The graph of f has a relative minimum at x =

    asked by Muhammad Ahmed
  23. Math

    A coyote can run up to 43 miles per hour while a rabbit can run up to 35 miles per hour. Write two equivalent expressions and then find how many more miles a coyote can run in six hours than a rabbit at these rates

    asked by Ashlee
  24. Health

    1. In a soccer game, the coach of the home team realizes her players are not as highly skilled as the other team and she wishes to avoid a high scoring game which she believes her team will not win. How can she apply coaching tactics to give her team the

    asked by Carly
  25. algebra 2

    An object's height varies directly with the length of its shadow. A person who is 5 feet tall casts an 8-foot shadow. How long is the shadow of a 20-foot tree?

    asked by kristy
  26. ST KYLINS

    I have 9 digits. My ten millions digit is a 0 and is 8 less than my hundreds digit. My hundred millions digit is 1 less than my thousands digit, 8 more than my millions digit, twice my ten thousands digit, and 4 times my hundred thousand digit. My digits

    asked by LEAH
  27. Math

    Compatible numbers to find two estimates that the quotient is between 2,593÷6

    asked by Mickies
  28. Pre geometry

    The cross country bike trail follows a straight line where it crossess 350th and 360th streets. The twonstreets are parallell to each other. What is the measure of the larger angle formed at the intersection of the bike trail and 360th street. explain only

    asked by marie
  29. physics

    A brick is dropped (zero initial speed) from the roof of a building. The brick strikes the ground in 3.05 s. You may ignore air resistance, so the brick is in free fall. (a) How tall, in meters, is the building? (b) What is the magnitude of the brick's

    asked by kylie
  30. Math

    in the figure given below, area of parallelogram ABCD is 29 square centimeters.calculate the height of parallelogram ABEF if AB=5.8.

    asked by Farhan khan
  31. Algebra

    A conic section has the equation x2 + y2 + 10x + 8y = 40. Determine the following: type of conic, domain and range, axes of symmetry, and center. Show your work.

    asked by Aaron
  32. MATH 2

    It is found that the number of raisins in a box of a popular cereal is normally distributed, with a mean of 133 raisins per box and a standard deviation of 10 raisins. My cereal box has 147 raisins. What is the z-score for this box of cereal?

    asked by James
  33. Math

    Statistical questions will have. A)Only one correct answer**** B)A variety of answers C)Fewer than three answers D)No answers

    asked by Anon
  34. Math

    PLEASE CHACK MY ANSWER!!! Discussion for Applications of Linear Systems When solving a system of equations, how do you determine which method to use? My answer: I determine which method to use by looking at the equations. If both equations are in

    asked by Matthew
  35. Math

    Emily has 5u game cards. John has 8/3 fewer cards than Emily. Find the average number of game cards that Emily and John have in all in terms of u.

    asked by Anonymous
  36. physics hw

    Determine the stopping distances for a car with an initial speed of 87 km/h and human reaction time of 2.0 s for the following accelerations. (a) a = -4.0 m/s2 (b) a = -8.0 m/s2

    asked by kylie
  37. Social Studies

    How do labor unions affect the economy? They decrease demand by opposing low prices. They increase supply by keeping workers healthy*** They decrease supply by increasing worker wages They increase demand by ensuring ethical production

    asked by Jeb
  38. Sis plz help one question thx asap

    What examples are given of a limited government and an unlimited government in the section? How did each type of government affect its citizens

    asked by Lexi;)
  39. history

    scientific invention that revolutionised food preservation during the 19th century

    asked by Gerald
  40. English

    1. I want some friends to play soccer with. 2. I want some friends that I can play soccer with. 3. I want some friends that I will play soccer with. 4. I want some friends that I want to play soccer with. ------------------------------ Does #1 mean #2,3,

    asked by rfvv
  41. Algebra

    The price of products may increase due to inflation and decrease due to depreciation. Derek is studying the change in the price of two products, A and B, over time. The price f(x), in dollars, of product A after x years is represented by the function

    asked by help please with algebra
  42. AP Chemistry!!!

    If 5.6 g of aluminum at 65.2 °C is placed in a calorimeter that contains water at 23.5 °C and the temperature of the water after the heat exchange occurs is 24.7 °C, then identify how much water is in the calorimeter. I know this has something to do

    asked by Callie
  43. Physics- Energy Released In Chemical Reaction

    The reaction between two hydrogen isotopes is shown below: 2H + 3H → 4He + n + energy released The energy released in this reaction is: a.equal to that in a fission reaction b.equal to that in a chemical reaction. c.less than that in a chemical reaction.

    asked by MM
  44. Business Math

    3.) The demand equation for a certain product is q=500-40p+p^2 here p is the price per unit (in dollars) and q is the quantity of units demanded (in thousands). Find the point elasticity of demand when p = 15. If this price of 15 is increased by 1/2%, what

    asked by pypski
  45. Physics

    A model rocket has a mass of 0.435 kg. It is mounted vertically and launches directly up with a thrust force of 13.1 N. a) What is the weight of the rocket? b) Determine the net force on the rocket as it is launched. c) What is the acceleration of the

    asked by Tom
  46. math

    Emily has 5u game cards. John has 8/13 fewer game cards than Emily. Find the average number of game cards that Emily and John have in all in terms of u.

    asked by Anonymous
  47. Math grade 6, ratio

    Mr. Lynch bought some oranges and pears.after giving away 10 oranges, he had twice as many pears as oranges left.if he had 24 pears in the end,what was the ratio of the number of oranges to the number of pears he had at first?

    asked by Peachie
  48. ms.sue

    who is ms.sue? i've seen her a lot on the answers and she's EVERYWHERE!! is there only 1 ms.sue?

    asked by a
  49. Maths

    find the points of intersection of (a) the tangents to the graph of y=2+2x-x^2 at the points where the graph meets the x-axis. (b) the normals to the graph at these points. (c) find the area of the triangle created from the two intersections and the point

    asked by John B
  50. Plz check

    1. Blood type in humans is controlled by ____ alleles with an additional Rh factor that determines _________ . one; color two; positive or negative charge three; shape of blood cells four; phenotype 2. If two people are heterozygous for cystic fibrosis,

    asked by Help
  51. science

    If your rock sample has 10 grams, how many grams of quartz does it contain

    asked by hunter
  52. Math algebra

    The radioactive decay of a substance is expressed by A=A^0 e^ -kt, where the initial amount A^0, decays to an amount A after t years. The positive constant k differs for each substance. Strontium 90 decays such that k=.028. Find out how much of 1,000 mg of

    asked by Emily
  53. Social Studies

    What did Frederick Douglass believe that prevented Americans from living up to the Constitution? a) manifest destiny b) abolition c) popular sovereignty (my answer) d) slavery

    asked by Betta Fish
  54. MATH

    Freddy paid w dollars for a camera and $120 for an additional camera lens. If the sales tax is 8%, how much did Freddy pay for the camera and lens, including the sales tax?

    asked by Anonymous
  55. Agents Of SHIELD

    I have to write an essay and for my topic I chose the show Marvel's Agents of SHIELD. Anyways, all I need to know is, was Daisy's birthday and what episode did she find out her real name? I know they told her but I don't remember what it was. Sorry if this

    asked by Director Cae
  56. physics

    An ore car of mass 41000 kg starts from rest and rolls downhill on tracks from a mine. At the end of the tracks, 29 m lower vertically, is a horizontally situated spring with constant 4.1 × 105 N/m. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Ignore

    asked by miguel ocampo
  57. Chemistry

    What is the likely identity of a substance (see Table 10-1) if a sample has a mass of 16.0 g when measured in air and an apparent mass of 15.2 g when submerged in water? Which of the following is it? -copper -gold -lead -aluminum -iron or steal -concrete

    asked by Dominick
  58. Math

    I'm really confused on how to do this, Can someone help walk me through? An object is placed in front of a concave mirror as shown in the diagram below. A. Draw at least two rays that demonstrate how this mirror produces an image. (4 points) Image B.

    asked by Mailbox-Kun
  59. maths calculas part

    A man who has 144m of fencing material wishes to enclose a rectangular garden.Find the maximum area he encloses

    asked by aarati
  60. Chemistry

    A gas is collected by water displacement at 25 degrees celsius.(the vapor pressure of water at that temperature is 24mmhg.if the atmospheric pressure is 800mmhg.what is pressure of the dry ice

    asked by Carol
  61. Calculus

    Determine the open intervals on which the graph of f(x) = -7x^2 + 8x + 1 is concave downward or concave upward. The second derivative is just -14, so I don't know what to do with that.

    asked by Anonymous
  62. English

    1. I would rather die than surrender. 2. I would rather fail than cheat. 3. I would rather play games than study. 4. I would rather walk to work than go to work by car. ------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Do we have to use the base

    asked by rfvv
  63. Math

    A movie theater charges $11 for each adult and $6 for each ticket. one day, they sold 163 tickets and made $1578. How many of each ticket did they sell?

    asked by ------------
  64. math

    Find the coordinates of the image of the point p(4,6)under the reflection about the line x=3 followed by the reflection about the line y=x.

    asked by nimdiki
  65. PHYSICS HELP

    A pilot wants to fly a plane east at a velocity of 400.0 km/hr with respect to the ground. A 50.0 km/hr wind is blowing southward. With respect to the air, what velocity must the pilot maintain?

    asked by Anjela
  66. Check Answer!!

    Compute the probability that a person who tests positive actually has the disease. A certain disease has an incidence rate of 0.3%. If the false negative rate is 4% and the false positive rate is 1%, compute the probability that a person who tests positive

    asked by Anonymous
  67. uchs

    Emma's school plans to build a rectangular basketball court with an area of 150+175t square feet. The length of the basketball court is 25 feet as shown in the following diagram.

    asked by janet
  68. 9th grade physical science

    I'm really confused on how to do this, Can someone help walk me through? An object is placed in front of a concave mirror as shown in the diagram below. A. Draw at least two rays that demonstrate how this mirror produces an image. (4 points) Image B.

    asked by Mailbox-Kun
  69. algebra 1

    The base of a triangle is 3 cm greater than the height. The area is 27 cm squared. Find the height and base of the triangle.

    asked by jerry
  70. Maths

    The average of three numbers is twice the fourth.if the average of these four numbers is 28,find the fourth number?

    asked by Shruti
  71. Geometry

    A circle with center O has a radius of 4 feet. Points A and B are placed on the circle so that . Find the length of the intercepted . Use 3.14 for , and round your answer to the nearest tenth. A. 1.1 feet B. 1.2 feet C. 1.4 feet D. 2.1 feet

    asked by Melody
  72. science

    i just some science questions but there not for school. 1. five volcanic eruptions and what are the locations of these eruptions. Did they occur in the middle of a plate or near a plate boundary? What were the effects of these eruptions on the surrounding

    asked by please help
  73. Algebra

    The length of a shadow of a building is 27 meters. The distance from the top of the building to the tip of the shadow is 38 meters. what is the height of the building?

    asked by William McKeithan
  74. Maths

    Find the equation, Centre, vertices, co-vertices, foci, equations of assymptotes and eccentricity of the hyperbola traced by the points that moves so that the differences of its distance from (-4,4) and (-4,6) is 6.

    asked by Yesuf
  75. English

    1. He said, "Where do you live?" 2. He asked where I lived. 3. He asked where we lived. 4. He asked where he lived. 4. He asked where she lived. 5. He asked where they lived. ----------------------------- Does #1 usually mean #2? What about the others? In

    asked by rfvv
  76. p[hysics

    A soccer ball was kicked off a cliff that was h = 8.4 m above the ground. The ball was kicked at a speed of 25 m s-1 and an angle of 20 to the horizon. What is magnitude of the horizontal displacement of the ball? Use g = 9.8 m s-2.

    asked by physics
  77. Math

    Ms Rowe needs to make a box to hold 729 cm^3. She needs the box to have a lid. What are the dimensions of the box that would minimise the surface area?

    asked by Kate
  78. Need guidance on how to solve Michaelis Menten

    The question is below. If someone could at least give me an idea of where to start, or some steps of how I should go about solving this problem, I would be so extremely grateful. Thank you! You isolate an enzyme from teddy bear liver. The enzyme catalyzes

    asked by Student
  79. Science

    How much energy is needed to convert 10kg of ice at -15 degrees centigrade to 125 degrees centigrade of steam? Express your answer in joules.

    asked by Paeng
  80. English

    1. Can you finish the work by next Monday? 2. Can you finish the work till next Monday? (Is #2 incorrect?) 3. Can you wait for me till/untill seven p.m.? 4. Can you wait for me by seven p.m.? (Is #4 incorrect?)

    asked by rfvv
  81. Engish

    1. She must have been rich. 2. She cannot have been rich. 3. You should/ought to have come earlier. 4. He may have found the glasses. 5. He might have found the glasses. (They are all grammatical and talk about the past, right? By the way, what is the

    asked by rfvv
  82. Maths

    The diagonals of a rhombus are in the ratio 3:4. If its perimeter is 40 cm, find the lengths of the sides and diagonals of the rhombus

    asked by Anonymous
  83. English

    1. I had rather starve to death than steal. 2. I would rather starve to death than steal. 3. I had rather starve to death. 4. I would rather starve to death. 5. I had better starve to death than steal. 6. I had better starve to death.

    asked by rfvv
  84. Homework

    A poll was taken of 10,439 working adults aged 40-70 to determine their level of education. The participants were classified by sex and by level of education. The results are shown below. Education Level Male Female Total High School or Less 2023 3264 5287

    asked by Devin
  85. math algebriac expressions

    If 6 tablespoons are equivalent to 1 fluid ounce, how many fluid ounces are in (10t-4) tablespoons?

    asked by Anonymous
  86. PHYSICS HELP!!!!!

    A soccer ball was kicked off a cliff that was h = 8.4 m above the ground. The ball was kicked at a speed of 25 m s-1 and an angle of 20 to the horizon. What is magnitude of the horizontal displacement of the ball? Use g = 9.8 m s-2. proper equation and

    asked by physics
  87. PHYSICS

    Charlie now moved onto the next hole where he hit the ball with an initial speed of 30 m s-1 and at an angle of 60 degrees. This time the ball lands with a speed of 17.3 m s-1. Use g = 9.8 m s-2.

    asked by PHYSICS
  88. Gaussian Elimination Method

    Write the system of equations as an augmented matrix. Then solve for x and y. -3x-y=11 -9x-2y=34 Solution =

    asked by Devin
  89. Math

    the half-life of iodine-131 is 8 days. how much iodine-131 will be left After 35 grams sample after 32 days?

    asked by Tony
  90. algebra

    Please evaluate the expression and show the answer in scientific notation. (4.2*10^2)(4.2*10^5) Thank you

    asked by Jack
  91. Math

    Bob is twice as old as chuck, and susie is 10 years younger than bob. If the sum of their age is 100 years, how old is susie?

    asked by Anonymous
  92. Sets

    Suppose Set B contains 69 elements and the total number elements in either Set A or Set B is 107. If the Sets A and B have 13 elements in common, how many elements are contained in set A?

    asked by Anonymous
  93. HELP SCIENCE

    Luis created a clay model of earth and the sun to show how earth rotates, Luis wants to use a toothpick to represent earths axis of rotation Where should he put the toothpick A - horizontally through earth in the direction earth is traveling B - vertically

    asked by Unicorn
  94. Chemistry

    A cube of solid reactant with sides of 1.00 cm² is submerged in a liquid and reacts to form a gas product at an initial rate of 20 mL/s. The solid-liquid interface is 6.0cm² of surface area. If you sliced this cube (like a block of cheese) into 10

    asked by Anonymous
  95. physics

    A. how long will it take for a 55.0 kg steel brick to fall 75 meters on earth. A. how far from the base will a 55.o kg steel brick to land,(horizontally) if it dropped a vertical distance of 75 meters on earth, and what is its velocity just before it hits

    asked by grace
  96. Maths science his french

    Critical angle of a material to air is 30 degree then the refractive index of material will be

    asked by Manasi
  97. physics

    A car starts from rest and travels for 5.0 s with a uniform acceleration of +2.5 m/s2. The driver then applies the brakes, causing a uniform negative acceleration of -3.0 m/s2. If the brakes are applied for 2.0 s, how fast is the car going at the end of

    asked by kylie
  98. precalculus

    Is my answer correct? Which of the following shows the correct first step to prove the following by mathematical induction? 3 + 11 + 19 + 27 + … + (8n - 5) = n(4n - 1) ________________________________________ 3 + 11 + 19 + 27 + … + (8 • 1 - 5) = 1(4

    asked by sally
  99. physics

    A train travelling at 30km/h stops when it's brakes are applied. The train suffers a deceleration our 2m/s. @. How long does the train take to come to rest? b) what is its final velocity?

    asked by vicky
  100. Math grade 6, ratio

    The number of tim's stamps is 3/4 the number of david's stamps.if tim gives 1/2 of his stamps to david,what will be the ratio of the number of tim's stamps to the number of david's stamps?

    asked by Peachie
  101. precalculus

    Can you check my answers? 1.Which of the following shows the best next step to prove the following by mathematical induction? 3^n>n*2^n, n≥1 1.When n=1, the formula is valid because 3^1 1*2^1 3>2 2.Assuming that 3^k>k*2^k a.3^k+1>k+1*2^k+1

    asked by sally
  102. algebra

    Please show me how to simplify these expressions:1) (-x)^2(-x)^5 2) (-3m^3)^2 3) (x/y)^-3 Thanks very much for your consideration.

    asked by Jack
  103. Physics

    1.7 m long pendulum is setup from a 3 m ceiling so that it is at its peak (h=.65 m), it is then released. At the bottom of the swing the string is cut (assume no engery loss during the cutting process) 1.) what is vertical velocity right before it hits the

    asked by marfil
  104. Gauss-Jordan elimination

    Write the system of equations as an augmented matrix. Then solve for x and y. -3x+3y=-21 3x+2y=-4

    asked by Anonymous
  105. bio

    what is a trophic level how does the amount of energy change as you go from one trophic level to another

    asked by lamisha
  106. precalculus

    Can you check my answers? 1.Which of the following shows the best next step to prove the following by mathematical induction? 3^n>n*2^n, n≥1 1.When n=1, the formula is valid because 3^1 1*2^1 3>2 2.Assuming that 3^k>k*2^k a.3^k+1>k+1*2^k+1

    asked by sally
  107. precalculus

    can you check my answer? 2.Which of the following shows the best next step to prove the following by mathematical induction? n!>2^n, n≥4 1. When n=1 the formula is valid because 4!>2^4 24>16 2.Assuming that k!>2^k show that (k+1)!>2^k+1 (k+1)!=k!(k+1)

    asked by sally
  108. physics

    a circular wheel rotate 200 nos. of revolution in 30 seconds. find its angular velocity

    asked by prem
  109. Math

    (Round to the nearest 10) The average person eats 60 hots dogs. Rota is 86 years old. How many hot dogs would she have eaten in her life time

    asked by Sis
  110. precalculus

    Is my answer correct? Find Pk + 1 if Pk = 7 + 13 + 19 + ...+[6(k - 1)+1] + (6k + 1) ________________________________________ 7 + 13 + 19 + …+[6(k - 1) + 1] + (6k + 1) + [6(k + 1) + 1] 8 + 14 + 20 + …+[7(k - 1) + 1] + (7k + 1) 7 + 13 + 19 + …+(6k + 1)

    asked by sally
  111. Calculus

    Given that f(x)=x^3+ax^2+bx has critical points at x=1 and x=5, find a and b and classify the critical points as maxima, minima, or neither.

    asked by Krissy
  112. math

    given tat F(x)=x^3+ax^2+bx has critical points at x=1 and x=5 find a and b and classify the critical points as max, min, or neither.

    asked by Krissy
  113. Maths

    Find the equation, Centre, vertices, co-vertices, foci, equations of assymptotes and eccentricity of the hyperbola traced by the points that moves so that the differences of its distance from (-4,4) and (-4,6) is 6.

    asked by Yesuf
  114. math

    The smallest of three consecutive integers is added to twice the largest, the result so obtained is fifteen less than four times the middle integer. Find the integer s.

    asked by kamal
  115. algebra

    Please show the following numbers in standard form. 6.548*10^-3 5.854*10^1 2.25*10^6 Thank you for your help.

    asked by Jack
  116. Math grade 6, ratio

    The ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in a school choir is 4:3.there are 6 more boys than girls.if another 2 girls join the choir, what will be the new ratio of the number of boys to the number of girls in the school choir?

    asked by Peachie
  117. Social Studies

    1. What was the landscape of the country prior to Imperialism? 2. What kind of resources made the country a commodity to the colonizers? 2. Who lived there? What was their daily life like? 4. What kind of leadership and hierarchy did the civilization

    asked by Joel
  118. Zee school , math subject.

    From a rectangular sheet of tin,of size 100cm by 80cm,are cut four squares of side 10cm from each corner.Find the area of the remaining sheet.

    asked by Kushitha
  119. PHYSICS

    Terry hit his 26 g golf ball so that it has an initial velocity of 33 m s-1 travelling at an angle of 26 to the horizon. If the ball lands at the same height it was struck, how far will it travel? Use g = 9.8 m s-2.

    asked by PHYSICS
  120. Math

    Jason earns &10.59 per hour. He works 5.75 hours Saturday how much money does he earn Saturday? I know the answer is $60.89 but there's two answer so I don't know if you round 60.89

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  121. math

    please help me im really confused i keep changing my answer and i have no clue what the answer is write a rule for the function represented by the table input (x) 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, output (y) 3, 6, 9, 12, 15,

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  122. precalculus

    Can you check my answer? Which of the following shows the best next step to prove the following by mathematical induction? 1+4+7+10 + + (3n-2)=n/2(3n-1) 1.When n=1, the formula is valid because (3*1-2)=1/2(3*1-1) (3-2)=1/2(3-1) 1=1/2(2) 1=1 A. You must

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  123. Algebra

    Can you please help with this question: The cheerleaders are having a bake sale to raise funds for new uniforms. The group sell cupcakes for $3 each and make a profit of $840 from the sales. If X represents the number of cupcakes the cheerleaders sold and

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  124. Algebra

    Can you please advise if I worked this problem correctly: 11 + x = -15y 2x - 5y = 48 15y = 11+x y = .73 + 15x 2x (.73 + 15X) - 48 2x -3.65 -75x = 48 -73x - 3.65 = 48 x = 51.65 x = -.70

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  125. Math 4th Grade

    example teacher has on sheet is: 400 = 10 x h 40 =10 x 4 400 = 10 x 40 So, h = 40 so how does my grandson do this problem the same way? 280 = 2 x m This grandma has no idea. Thanks for you help.

    asked by Robin
  126. Health

    At the mall, John and three of his friends are waiting for the movie to start. One of his friends has an older brother who says he can get them all into the movie for free if they go around to the back of the building and come in through the employee

    asked by Carly
  127. explore career

    If john got paid $12.00 an hour and he worked 40 hours, how much is his gross pay?

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  128. English

    1. He said to me, "You will fail in the exam." -direct narration- 2. He told me that I should fail in the exam. -indirect narration- 3. He told me that I would fail in the exam. -indirect narration- --------------------------------- #1 can be changed into

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  129. calc

    Determine the values of a and b to make the following function continuous at every value of x.? f(x)= { e^(x^2-x+a) if x < 1 , (4^x-x^2)) if 1

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  130. science

    i just some science questions but there not for school. 1. five volcanic eruptions and what are the locations of these eruptions. Did they occur in the middle of a plate or near a plate boundary? What were the effects of these eruptions on the surrounding

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  131. algebra

    Please evaluate this expression with the answer in scientific notation. (2.5*10^-2)^4 I certainly would appreciate help.Thank you.

    asked by Jack
  132. English

    1. If I had a lot of money, I could buy a car. 2. If I could buy a house, I would be happy. 3. If I were a rich person, I could buy a smart phone. 3-2. If I " was" a rich person, I could buy a smart phone. -------------------------------- Are they all

    asked by rfvv
  133. physics

    What is the angle between A and B vectors for which A+B=A-B ?

    asked by khan da
  134. Math

    Two fractions with different denominators have a sum of 11/12 what are two possible addends that result in the sum?

    asked by Andrea
  135. MATH :(

    In one version of equations i cant get... Its really messing me up!

    asked by WHY
  136. history

    What are the comparisons between herodotus and thucydides

    asked by Anonymous
  137. history

    What are the uses of history

    asked by halphan
  138. Math

    4×5 1/8

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  139. Math

    11x+55=

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  140. precalculus

    Is my answer correct, I am confused by this question? Find the second difference for the sequence. 7, 6, 7, 10, 15, 22, …. 1 2 3 5 answer: 2

    asked by sally
  141. calculus

    A rectangle has an area of A. Find the dimensions that minimize the perimeter. Show that it really is a minimum.

    asked by Obie
  142. History

    I need to make an "Apples to Apples" Project and I really don't know what to write. It's about the Revolutionary war. I have one green card with a title and three red cards and I have to choose three events that are related to it. I also have to explain

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  143. English

    1. I said to her, "Will you close the door?" -direct narration- 2. I told her that she would close the door. -indirect narration- 3. I asked/begged her to close the door? -indirect narration- --------------------------------- #1 can be changed into #3.

    asked by rfvv
  144. Math

    A bag is full of marbles. 10 blue, 11 red, 3 green, 16 yellow. What percentage of marbles are yellow

    asked by Caleb
  145. Math

    Simplify 4 (n-6)

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  146. math

    A restaurant has tables that can seat either 4 or 7 persons. there are 12 four seaters and 8 seven seater tables. a) what is the largest number of persons that can be seated if all the four seater tables only are occupied? b) 83 persons are to be seated

    asked by indira
  147. algebra

    Am I allowed to post 3 related questions? I'll try. Please write these scientific notation answers in standard form showing complete work. 1.764*10^8 3.90625*10^-7 3.0*10^3 Thank you.

    asked by Jack
  148. physics

    A soccer ball was kicked off a cliff that was h = 8.4 m above the ground. The ball was kicked at a speed of 25 m s-1 and an angle of 20 to the horizon. What is magnitude of the horizontal displacement of the ball? Use g = 9.8 m s-2.

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  149. math

    46 + 2d = 10 + 5d How would i do this problem step by step. I need these notes for the future

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  150. Physics

    A football is kicked at ground level with a speed of 17.7 m/s at an angle of 39.8 ∘ to the horizontal. How much later does it hit the ground? Answer=> t=_____ s Express your answer using three significant figures and include the appropriate units.

    asked by Jacob
  151. physics

    Charlie now moved onto the next hole where he hit the ball with an initial speed of 30 m s-1 and at an angle of 60 degrees. This time the ball lands with a speed of 17.3 m s-1. Use g = 9.8 m s-2.

    asked by qwdsadasd
  152. English

    How do you do MLA In-Text Citations?

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  153. physics

    A soccer ball was kicked off a cliff that was h = 8.4 m above the ground. The ball was kicked at a speed of 25 m s-1 and an angle of 20 to the horizon. What is magnitude of the horizontal displacement of the ball? Use g = 9.8 m s-2. proper equation and

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  154. math

    sharon's onions cost $2.75/200g and Arnold's Onions cost $3.00/1/4kg a) Which of the vendors is selling onions more expensive/ b) How much would 1kg of onions cost?

    asked by indira
  155. math

    Fariza gave .3 of her flowers to her sister, 4/7 of the remainder to her brother. Fariza remained with 45 flowers. a) Calculate the percentage of flowers Fariza kept for herself. b) How many flowers Fariza had at the begining? c) Calculate how many more

    asked by indira
  156. History

    How do economic opportunities lead to social impact? Can you give an example? Maybe education or...? Thank you!

    asked by Sammy
  157. calc

    Find the tangent line to the curve (x^2/16)-(y^2/9)=1 at the point (4sqrt2,3)

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  158. algerbra

    an object is projected upward at a rate of 96 feet per second. find the time when it is 144 feet above the ground

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  159. Algebra

    Please help me with this problem: A basketball team scored 50 times in their previous game. The team earned points from making two-point field goals (baskets) and one point free throws. If the team scored 87 points in their last game,how many two-point

    asked by Leroy
  160. Measurement/math

    A wheel rotates 35 times going 100 feet. How big around is the wheel? I don't know where to start....

    asked by Rochelle
  161. math

    the temperature dropped 14 degrees in 3.5 hours

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  162. augmented matrix

    Write the system of equations as an augmented matrix. Then solve for x and y. 3x+y=-11 -9x-3y=33

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  163. Physics-Uncertainty Principle

    On the subatomic level, the uncertainty principle creates situations in which ___________ does not apply.

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  164. Calc

    Find the set of points that the following function is continuous at them. f(x)= { √(5-x) -2 if x < 1 , (2x-1 + In(x)) / (x-25) if x>1, -1/24 if x=0

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  165. Math

    My son has the numbers 1-12. In a square all sides must add up to 25. Each number can only be used once apart from the corners as they will be used twice to form the square pleaseee hellpppp

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  166. algebra

    I still need help! Please show a complete evaluation with the answer in scientific notation. 9.6*10^2/3.2*10^5 Thanks very much.

    asked by Jack
  167. Government

    How do political cleavages shape people's opinions?

    asked by Amy
  168. Math

    109 miles at 1.99 a gallon how much is amount of paid mileage

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