# Questions Asked onFebruary 28, 2017

1. ## Language Arts

The play is The Straw by Eugene O' Neil (scene 1-45) 1. Part B Which line of dialogue is the best evidence for the answer to Part A? A. No, your kind never realizes things till the crash comes... B. A majority of the most influential men of this city are

2. ## Math

A manufacturer uses a mold to make a part in the shape of a triangular prism. The dimensions of the part are shown below. Dimensions - a-14.4 mm b-8.25 mm c-7.5 mm h-2.1 mm Which estimate is closest to the volume in cubic millimeters in the part? A)625

3. ## Math

Jack broke apart 5 x 216 as (5 x 200) + (5 x 16)to multiply mentally.What strategy did Jack use

4. ## stats

Based on data from a statistical abstract, only about 10% of senior citizens (65 years old or older) get the flu each year. However, about 27% of the people under 65 years old get the flu each year. In the general population, there are 15% senior citizens

5. ## Language Arts

Can someone give me some easier questions that can simplify exactly what I am supposed to be answering in this question? The title "Another Evening at the Club" is close in meaning to "Just Another Evening at the Club." Given the events of the story, what

6. ## english

I want to write a letter to my class teacher inviting him to my birthday party

7. ## Social studies

Please help!! Are any of my answers correct? 1, which reason best explains the motivation for American expansion? It would be important to maintain political influence in developing countries A US naval presence around the world would decrease the chance

8. ## physics newton's third law

Two blocks are attached to opposite ends of a massless rope that goes over a massless, frictionless, stationary pulley. One of the blocks, with a mass of 4.5 kg accelerates downward at 34g.

9. ## Algebra 1

The area of a rectangular pool is given by the trinomial 2y^2+5y-42 . What are the possible dimensions of the pool? Use factoring. a. 2y+7 and y-6*** b. 2y-2 and y+6 c. -2y-7 and -y-6 d. 2y-7 and y+6 tbh im guessing. i have no clue. can someone help

10. ## Math

At an animal shelter,there are 15 dogs, 12 cats, 3 snakes, and 3 parakeets. A.what percent of the number of cats is the number of dogs? B.what percent less parakeets are there than dogs? C.what percent less parakeets are there than dogs? D.which animal has

11. ## homework

i dont get this question pliss help it says a pond is 36m long a duck swims 4 lengths of the pond each day how far does the duck swim in four weeks?

12. ## math

Identify and give all the appropriate names for three different quadrilaterals or other geometric figures in this Navajo eye­ dazzler design.

13. ## Math

True or false (check) A. All integers are natural numbers FALSE B. All rational numbers are integers TRUE C. All natural numbers are whole numbers TRUE D. All rational numbers are roots FALSE

14. ## Math - Linear Approximation

Use a linear approximation to estimate the number (27.07)^(2/3)

15. ## algebra

What is the closed linear form for this sequence given a1 = -15 and an + 1 = an - 8? A) an = 7 - 8n B) an = -7 + 8n C) an = -7 - 8n D) an = -15 - 8n my best answer is C

16. ## social studies

which statement best explains the concept of separation of power

17. ## Physics

A plane travels 3 km due north, then 5 km due northeast. Represent these two displacements graphically and determine the resultant displacement by finding is magnitude and direction.

18. ## Social Studies

What Canadian landform covers about half of the country? A.the Interior Plains B.the Canadian Shield C.the St. Lawrence Lowlands D.the Yukon Territory

19. ## Chemistry

Tooth enamel consist mainly of hydroxyapatite (Ca5(PO4)3(OH). When tine (II) Flouride is added to toothpaste it reacts with the enamel to product a more decay-resistant material fluorapatite (Ca(PO4)3F. The by-products of this reaction are tin (II) oxide

20. ## chemistry

THE QUESTION ASKS TO CALCULATE THE AMOUNT (IN GRAMS) OF CARBON DIOXIDE FROM THE AMOUNT OF SODIUM BICARBONATE THAT YOU USED IN THE REACTION Run 1. The reaction of citric acid and sodium bicarbonate is written as H3C6H5O7(aq) + 3 NaHCO3(aq) → Na3C6H5O7(aq)

21. ## Geometry

4. Name a pair of alternate interior angles. pretend this (

22. ## math

A school debate team has 4 girls and 6 boys. A total of 4 of the team members will be chosen to participate in the district debate. What is the probability that 2 girls and 2 boys will be selected? A.3/7 B.4/10 C.1/14 D.1/210

23. ## Math Plz help ASAP

In football, a field goal is worth 3 points. Which function rule relates the number of field goals, f, and the number of points, p? A) f=3p B) p=3f C) 3+f D) p=3+f Which function rule is represented by the table? X[0,1,2,3 Y[3,5,7,9 A)y=x+3 B)y=x+6

24. ## Social Studies

Which of the following indicates a rise in racial tensions in the 1920s? A. increased enlistment of African American men into the military B. movement of many African Americans to the South C. passage of several federal laws to end Jim Crow practices D.

25. ## Math

Does anyone have the answers for the Penn Foster Math for Business and Finance proctored exam? 060497

26. ## Science

A pendulum is made with a bowling ball as the bob and a wire attached to the ceiling, as shown in the illustration below. The person in the illustration pulls the bowling ball back until it touches his nose, then releases the bowling ball. Assume that he

27. ## physics

Find the length of a pendulum that oscillates with a frequency of 0.25 Hz

28. ## calculus

The base of a certain solid is the triangle with vertices at (−6,3), (3,3), and the origin. Cross-sections perpendicular to the y-axis are squares. Then the volume of the solid?

29. ## maths

A person has R200,000 invested, part at 9% and part at 8%. If the total yearly income from the two investments is R17200, how much is invested at 9% and how much at 8%?

30. ## Related Rates

A street light is at the top of a 10.5 ft. tall pole. A man 5.4 ft tall walks away from the pole with a speed of 3.5 feet/sec along a straight path. How fast is the tip of his shadow moving when he is 47 feet from the pole?

31. ## Science

The weight of an object is the product of its mass, m, and the acceleration of gravity, g (where g=9.8 m/s2). If an object’s mass is m=58.5 grams, what is its weight? Same goes to 45.93 grams. If you could answer as soon as possible that would be great!

32. ## Maths

A commitee consists of six men and four women.A randomly chosen subcommittee is made up of three of the committee members.What is the probability that (a) they are all women (b) two of them are men

33. ## chemistry

what is the net ionic equation for AlBr3(aq) + 3LiOH(aq)

34. ## Math

write the ratio as a fraction in lowest terms. Compare in inches 3 feet to 28 inches

35. ## Chemistry (Urgent)

Ksp of PbI2 at 25 degrees celcius and 15 degrees celcius is 7.5×10^-8 and 7.5×10^-9 respectively. (Pb=207 I=127) 1) write an expression for the equilibrium of PbI2 2)write an equation for the Ksp of PbI2 3)calculate the solubility of PbI2 at 25 degrees

36. ## computer programming

Design the logic for a program that allows a user to enter any amount of numbers up to 10 or until a sentinal value of -1 is entered. Then the program displays the count of the numbers entered and numeric average of the numbers (not including the -1 of

37. ## physics

A student in the fitness center lifts a weight with m = kg from the floor to a height of meters in a time of seconds. Find the average power exerted by the student during this time. Give your answer in watts (W) and with 3 significant figures.

38. ## science

why dos buying food that is grown in your local area help prevent loss of biodiversity ??????

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39. ## Math

Find the area for the circle (use 3.1 for pi) Round to the nearest tenth The circles radius is 23 yd.. My answer is 1666

40. ## Math

Find the function Rule. x= -2 -1 0 1 2 y= 9 4 -1 -6 -11 It's hard for me to find the answer. Please help me!

53. ## CHEMISTRY: HESS'S LAW need help!

I'm just overly confused on how to begin this especially with the fractions... please show step by step if you could. Quiz very Soon! Example A: H2(g)+1/2 O2 (g) ----> H2O(l) ... ΔH= -285.8 kJ N2O5(g) + H2O(l) -----> 2HNO3(l) ΔH= -76.56 kJ 1/2 N2(g) +

54. ## Math grade 6

3 rectangular metal blocks,8 cm long, 6 cm wide & 5 cm high, were placed in an empty rectangular glass tank.water was then poured in until it reached a height of 10 cm. Another 5 similar blocks were put into the water so that it reached the brim of the

55. ## Physics

A light wave strikes a lake at an angle of incidence of 65.4 degrees. At what angle of refraction will this wave travel through the lake? (The index of refraction of water is 1.33 and the index of refraction of air is 1.00)

56. ## Science

A pendulum is made with a bowling ball as the bob and a wire attached to the ceiling, as shown in the illustration below. The person in the illustration pulls the bowling ball back until it touches his nose, then releases the bowling ball. Assume that he

57. ## Calculus

Consider the given function and the given interval. f(x) = (x − 3)^2, [2, 5] (a) Find the average value fave of f on the given interval. fave = (b) Find c such that fave = f(c). c = (smaller value) c= (larger value)

58. ## Physics

A wave with an amplitude of 31 mm interferes with another wave that has the same wavelength, an amplitude of 13 mm. a) What is the maximum amplitude of the resultant wave if the two waves are in phase? b) What is the maximum amplitude of the resultant wave

59. ## Math

Jose decided to make a vegetable garden in his rectangular backyard. The garden will be 25 ft. long and 12 ft wide. how many feet of fencing material will he need to surround the garden with a fence?

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60. ## English

1. I don't like pears, either. 2. I like pears, too. 3. I also like pears. 4. I like pears as well. 5. I also don't like pears. 6. I don't also like pears. 7. I don't like pears as well. --------------------------------- Are they all grammatical? Can we

61. ## Maths

The ratio of the number of girls to the number of boys in a sports club is 3:6. There are 15 more boys than girls in the club. How many pupils are in the club altogether?

62. ## Math

Four students share 6 oranges equally. How many oranges does each student get?

63. ## math

You flip a fair coin 10,000 times. Approximate the probability that the di fference between the number of heads and number of tails is at most 100.

119. ## math

A circular pie was cut into 6 equal slices. Calculate the angle formed by each slice.

120. ## math

Fifteen oranges cost $6.00. a) How much will Anna have to pay for 32 oranges? b) How many oranges can she buy with$32.00?

121. ## maths

A two digit number is k times the sum of the digit. By interchanging the digits, Find the number is how many times its sum of the digits. Explain method

122. ## P.P.savani subject-scince

A long magnet is broken into 10 piece?How many north pole will form

123. ## English

1. We are on the school baseball team. 2. We are in the school baseball team. (Do we have to use 'on' in this sentence? What about "in"?) 3. Don't be angry with me. 4. Don't be angry at me. (Are both OK? Can we use both prepositions?)

124. ## Chemistry

Calculate the wavelength of nitrogen molecule travelling with a speed of 500 m/s

125. ## act

The equation we are given (−at2+bt+c) is a parabola and we are told to describe what happens when we change c (the y-intercept).

147. ## History

Was James Bevel the one who founded the Children's Crusade in 1963?

148. ## math

it cost a company 15,000 per day to operate a plant no matter how much product they produce. in addition, it cost 75 per unit produced. write an equation that represents the total cost to operate the plant each day. use the variable x to represent the

149. ## math 1

9x-4y=-3 8x-3y=-1

150. ## math 1

6x + 8y=4 8x -3y=19 I did elimination. 82y=-82

151. ## Math

Scott is attempting to approximate the value of √110. The two whole numbers that √110 will fall between are?

152. ## Math

A. The cube roots of -27 are 3 B. The fourth roots of 81 are 3 C. 3√-1000=-√1000 D. 4√-16=-4√16 Which of the following statements are true 1. B and C only 2. A, B and C only 3. A,B,C and D 4. Some other combination of A, B, C and D

153. ## Math grade 2

Max,Noel, Cindy and Dan shared 36 candies equally. How many sweets did each if them get?

154. ## Math

Suppose a total of 3572 seats were sold for a performance.How many seats in the theater would be empty that evening. Explain how you found your answer