# Questions Asked onApril 14, 2017

1. ## math

John is about to roll a six-sided, fair number cube 60 times. He wants to predict how many times the cube will land on an even number. He makes a prediction of 20 times. Is it a good prediction? What would your prediction be based on theoretical

2. ## English

Identify the sentence in which an adverb clause is underlined. A. (Although people live in the desert), they are still limited by its harsh climate.*** B. Much of the desert has a scattered, indigenous population, (which explorers sometimes encounter). C.

3. ## Algebra

In six years Jill will be twice as old as Amanda. One year ago Jill was nine times older than Amanda. How old is Jill now? I tried 6 + 2x = x because in six years Jill will be twice Amanda's age, but this doesn't work. I need a formula to work out but

Find the value of each factorial expression 4! I don't get it

5. ## Social Studies And Business

1. Which of the following incentives is a reward? Select all that apply. (2pts) (2 answers) Feeling like you're looking great Getting a lower grade than expected Being paid a bonus for good performance Being fired from a job for angering a customer Feeling

6. ## chem

Sulfuric acid can dissolve aluminum metal according to the following reaction. 2Al(s)+3H2SO4(aq)→Al2(SO4)3(aq)+3H2(g) Suppose you wanted to dissolve an aluminum block with a mass of 26.8 g . 1.What minimum amount of H2SO4 in grams would you need? 2.How

7. ## Mathematics

If triangle ABC and triangle XYZ,if angle A and angle X are acute angles such thay cosa=cosx then show that angle A=angle X?

1. Which of these is an example of a capital resource A. Workers B.iron ore C. Entrepreneurs D. Computers 2. How does scarcity affect customers A. Limited money forces consumers to make choices B. Limited time prevents customers from making decisions C.

9. ## Math

A shopkeeper has 500kgof potato he sells 45kg potato on each day find how much potatoes was left after the sellers of 8days

10. ## Math

Allie and Betty want to know how many 3-letter combinations, such as BMW or DDT, are possible. (Letters are allowed to repeat, as in DDT or BOB.) Allie thinks there can be 26+26+26 three-letter combinations, whereas Betty thinks the number is 26*26*26.

11. ## US History

How did the South reverse much of the Civil Rights Act of 1866? By electing African Americans By electing a Southern president By passing Black Codes** By passing blue laws C?

12. ## Algebra

Water coming out from a fountain is modeled by the function f(x) = −x2 + 8x + 2 where f(x) represents the height, in feet, of the water from the fountain at different times x, in seconds. What does the average rate of change of f(x) from x = 1 to x = 4

13. ## Science

20. If changing conditions lead to decreased oxygen levels in the stream, the carrying capacity of the stream for the trout will decrease. Oxygen level in water is therefore (an) ___________ with respect to the number of trout that a particular stream can

14. ## Chemistry

Could you show me where to start on solving this equation? The reaction in question will be carried out in a calorimeter. The volume of the chamber inside is 2.00 L. Experiment starts by evacuating the chamber to 0.00 kPa. Then oxygen gas is filled into

15. ## statistical reasoning

One hundred people are selected at random and tested for colorblindness to determine whether gender and colorblindness are independent. The following counts were observed. Colorblind Not Colorblind Total Male 7 53 60 Female 1 39 40 Total 8 92 100 State the

16. ## Social Studies

How did Rome unite its empire?

17. ## Linear Algebra

A population of 800 cheetahs decreases by 13% per year. How many cheetahs will there be in the population after 5 years? Round your answer to the nearest whole number. 1474 399 735 347 Answer D

18. ## statistical reasoning

One hundred people are selected at random and tested for colorblindness to determine whether gender and colorblindness are independent. The following counts were observed. Colorblind Not Colorblind Total Male 8 52 60 Female 2 38 40 Total 10 90 100 Find the

20. If changing conditions lead to decreased oxygen levels in the stream, the carrying capacity of the stream for the trout will decrease. Oxygen level in water is therefore (an) ___________ with respect to the number of trout that a particular stream can

20. ## Math

There are 50 small balls in a tub. Some balls are white and some are orange. Without being able to see into the tub, each student in a class of 25 is allowed to pick a ball out of the tub at random. The color of the ball is recorded and the ball is put

21. ## Maths

A cylinder has volume 12cm^3. What will be the volume of a cone with the same base area and perpendicular height?

22. ## Physics

Two figure skaters are coasting in the same direction, with the leading skater moving at 4.7 m/s and the trailing skater moving at 5.7 m/s. When the trailing skater catches up with the leading skater, he picks her up without applying any horizontal forces

23. ## Language Arts

Which sentence uses a participial phrase? A) The fence, which was broken and dirty, looked terrible. B) Shutting out their opponent, the other team celebrated in victory. C) Swimming in the pool all day is my favorite way to spend the summer. D) I am

24. ## US History

During the 1812 war, the Americans were most successful on a) sea b) Lake Champlain and Lake Erie c) on land

25. ## ELA

Which sentence contains a misplaced or dangling modifier? A) When will your family be going on vacation? B) Uncle Frasier's garden has both tomatoes and green peppers. C) The homecoming queen waved to the crowd riding in her convertible. D) Exhausted from

26. ## French

Write a paragraph in French of at least 10 sentences talking about a trip you hope to take in the future. What do you hope to do? Write in comp;ete sentences in French.

27. ## Math

Suppose you are 94 cm from a plane mirror. Part A What area of the mirror is used to reflect the rays entering one eye from a point on the tip of your nose if your pupil diameter is 4.8 mm ? Answer=_______m^2

28. ## Math

If the electric field in an EM wave in free space has a peak magnitude of 8.7×10−5V/m, what is the peak magnitude of the magnetic field strength? Answer:____T

29. ## Story section

Imagine you are an old ragged doll.You have just been thrown away by your owner.Tell the story of what happens to you. Please at least write 4 or 5 sentences to make a start Thank you

30. ## Math

The probability of getting a winning scratch off ticket is 4 out of 10. If Dan buys 25 tickets, how many of those would you expect to be winning tickets?

31. ## Calculus

Sketch the region in the first quadrant enclosed by y=8/x,y=4x and y=1/4x

32. ## physics

An electron is located at the origin. A proton is located at (2, 0). Find the electric field direction at (1, 1).

33. ## physics

What’s the direction of the electric field caused at the point (–2, 3) by an electron located at the origin?

34. ## physics

What’s the direction of the electric field caused at the point (–2, 3) by an electron located at the origin?

35. ## Math

Jim owns a small business. There was a loss of \$26 on Thursday and a loss of \$11 on Friday. on Saturday, there was a loss of \$9, and on Sunday there was a profit of \$13. Find the total profit or loss for the 4 days. A. \$33 loss B. \$59 profit C. \$19 loss D.

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36. ## Math

Solve each system algebraically Y=4x-9 and y=x-3 This is what I have done 4x-y-9=0 x-3+4x-9=0 3x=9+3 3x=12 X=4 Than I substituted x in one equation y=4-3 y=1 Please let me know if I am doing this correctly. Thx

37. ## programming

Describe use cases for a department store credit card system. Name at least two actors and four use cases. Do not do a diagram, just write it up by giving a name for each use case, a brief description of the use case and name the actors involved.

38. ## Calculus

Sketch the region in the first quadrant enclosed by y=8/x, y=4x, and y=1/4x. Decide whether to integrate with respect to x or y. Then find the area of the region. Can someone please help me out with showing the work and not giving me some BS speech.

39. ## biology

In order to maintain homeostasis, human cells must have a higher concentration of sodium ions outside the cell than inside the cell. In addition, the concentration of potassium ions must be higher inside the cell than outside the cell. Which of the

40. ## Math 120

Scores on the GRE​ (Graduate Record​ Examination) are normally distributed with a mean of 528 and a standard deviation of 135. Use the 68-95-99.7 Rule to find the percentage of people taking the test who score below 123.

41. ## physics

AN OCEAN WAVE TRAVELS 18.8 METERS IN 5.1 SECONDS. THE DISTANCE BETWEEN THE 2 NEAREST WAVE CREST IS 4.1 METER. WHAT IS THE FREQUENCY?

42. ## Biology

What is an artery?

43. ## Math

Which governor took the actions below? -Regained accreditation for Georgia's universities -Led the way for 18 year olds to have the right to vote -Established a board of corrections to oversee the prison system Ellis Arnall* Jimmy carter Richard Russell

44. ## Maths

If each sides of cube become half then volume of new cube becomes A. 1/16 B. 1/4 C. 8 times D. 1/8

45. ## Geography

In the 1920s Georgia was not affected by -Boll weevil's -A prolonged drought -A jump in cotton production and prices -The loss of thousands of working farms*

46. ## word problem

Ashton and molly start out 97.2 miles apart .They begin riding their bicycles toward each other with Aston riding three mph faster than Molly. If they meet in three hours, how fast was each person riding? Please help

47. ## che

the concetration of HCl in a commercial concetrated HCl solution is given as 37%(W/W). calculate the molarity., normality of HCl in the solution . prepare 100.ml of 1N solution of HCl

48. ## physics

A long, cylindrical conductor of radius R carries a current I as shown in the figure below. The current density J, however, is not uniform over the cross-section of the conductor but is a function of the radius according to J = 6br^4, where b is a

49. ## MAth

ria distributes sweets to three girls one by one . she gives half of the tofees to each girl. if she is left with three tofees in the end ,how manytofees she had in the beginning.

50. ## Science

During what phase of the moon can a lunar eclipse occur? New moon, full moon, first quarter or waxing gibbous? I think it's a full moon.

51. ## Math

The scores on the GRE are normally distributed with a mean of 541 and a standard deviation of 89. Use the 68-95-99.7 rule to find the percentage of people taking the test who score between 363 and 541

52. ## Language Arts

All of the following sentences are complex EXCEPT A) Even though acid rain can have damaging effects, few people know much about it. B) Acid rain has been studied as an environmental issue by the government since the 1970s. C) Since they erode statues and

53. ## algebra 2

the sum of 3 consecutive intergers is 90. find the largest interger if x is the smallest interger

54. ## History

Why was the Korean language invented? Apart from it being easier than Chinese

55. ## history

How was the appointment of two Consuls during the Roman Republic an example of a democratic principle? 1. One Consul represented patricians and one represented plebeians, so that all citizens had representation. 2. Each Consul had control over the same

56. ## History

How did English evolve so much?

57. ## Basic Geometry

Someone help me check my answers Dakota built a wall with bricks like this one: A=5 B=8 Look at Dakotaâ€™s wall: What is the length of the side of the brick labeled a? ____5__ inches______ What is the length of the side of the brick labeled b? ____8

58. ## Math (Integrals)

Find the indefinite integral in two ways. ∫(2x-1)^2 dx The first way I used was using the power rule and chain rule with substitution. Let u = 2x - 1 du = 2 dx (1/2)∫ u^2 du (Applying power rule) (1/2) * (u^3/3) + C =(2x-1)^3/6 + C What would be

59. ## tangential velocity physics

find the tangential velocity of earth and moon

60. ## Probability

Let Z be a nonnegative random variable that satisfies E[Z^4]=4. Apply the Markov inequality to the random variable Z^4 to find the tightest possible (given the available information) upper bound on P(Z≥2). P(Z>=2)

61. ## Cal 2

Sketch the region in the first quadrant enclosed by y=8/x,y=4x and y=1/4x