Questions Asked on
May 24, 2017

  1. English

    The sun rose before I got up. Please tell me error in this sentence. Help me in the use of preposition how i improve it.any notes of English so i can improve for tests.

    asked by ABC
  2. Math

    Consider Mr. Smith has an apple orchard. He hires his daughter, Lucy, to pick apples and offers her two payment options: Option A: $1.50 per bushel of apples picked Option B: 1¢ cent for picking one bushel, 3¢ cents for picking two bushels, 9¢ cents for

    asked by Anonymous
  3. Math

    A biology class has 12 boys and 18 girls .what fraction of the class are boys? Solution. 12/30=2/5 Please tell me this correct or not.

    asked by ABC
  4. Math

    The pedals of a bicycle are mounted on a bracket whose centre is 29.0 cm above the ground. Each pedal is 16.5 the bracket The bicycle is pedalled at the rate of 12 cycles per minute. a) Write an equation for the height of one pedal at time t, in seconds,

    asked by Grace Stone
  5. Physics

    A 263-g block is dropped onto a vertical spring with force constant k = 2.52N/cm. The block sticks to the spring, and the spring compress 11.8 cm before coming momentarily to rest. while the spring is being compressed, how much work is done: (a) By the

    asked by Kampamba Nsofu
  6. World History

    The u.s. declaration of independence and the french declaration of rights of man both drew on which enlightenment idea? 1 Citizens must demonstrate their ability to rule themselves. 2 Nations should fight to prove their right to independence. 3 People are

    asked by Bubbles
  7. Health (Ms. Sue Check Please)

    1.Kori's doctor says her muscular strength and endurance are excellent, but he worries about Kori's cardiovascular health. Kori enjoys weightlifting, softball, basketball, and bowling. Increasing the frequency of which activity will best improve Kori's

    asked by Bobby Newberry
  8. Imperialism and World War I

    what effect did john hay's open door policy letter have on the imperial powers of britain france germany russia and japan? A) It provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States. B) It caused the imperial powers to restrict trade in their

    asked by ....
  9. LA

    #1: The Straw, a play by Eugene O'Neill, is set in a factory town in Connecticut around the year 1910. At the opening of the play, Bill Carmody is waiting for Doctor Gaynor to finish examining Carmody's daughter Eileen. Carmody, a widower, called the

    asked by Reeses
  10. ELA

    Use clues from the novel to form a prediction about the mystery sal's missing mother. What do you think is the reason she will not be returning to sal and her father? What text clues lead you to draw this conclusion?

    asked by Help I need somebody not just anybody
  11. math

    A man travels 12km due north, then 5km due east and then back to the starting point on a straight road. What is the total distance traveled?

    asked by Josh
  12. Spanish

    I need help on some Spanish questions. I'm not good at Spanish.. 6. Algun dia tu _____ a visitor mi pueblo. A. Veniras B. Vendras

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  13. Language

    Which element of the story "the greatest summer job" best helps the reader understand why Sargon is grown?

    asked by help!!
  14. History

    How did the Crimean War change life in Russia? a. Russia's defeat in the war sparked calls for political and social reform. ********* b. Russia's investment of wealth and the loss of lives in the war led to a crippling depression. c. Russia's proven

    asked by Sonya
  15. World history

    Which of the following was one reason that World War II alliances broke down following the end of the conflict? Britain refused to impose reparations on Germany and other aggressor nations France refused to permit socialist parties to participate in

    asked by Bubbles
  16. maths

    A plane flies northwards for a speed of 430km. It then flies Eastwards for 380km . how far is it from its starting point.(ignore its height above the ground.) Use Pythagoras rule.

    asked by tunmi
  17. Civics

    Elena wishes to join a major political party. She strongly supports new government programs and restrictions on businesses to protect the environment. Which political party would Elena most likely join? A. The Republican Party of the United States B. The

    asked by Carla
  18. math

    The equation $y = -6t^2 + 43t$ describes the height (in feet) of a projectile $t$ seconds after it is launched from the surface of Mars at 43 feet per second. In how many seconds will the projectile first reach 77 feet in height? Express your answer as a

    asked by yeet
  19. Physics

    In the qualifying round of the 50-yd freestyle in the sectional swimming championship, Dugan got an early lead by finishing the first 25.00 yd in 10.01 seconds. Dugan finished the return leg (25.00 yd distance) in 10.22 seconds. a. Determine Dugan's

    asked by Bedell
  20. i need help with mah

    the frequency table below shows the hourly wages of 22 factory workers. how many are paid $10.50 per hour or more?

    asked by lil
  21. math

    The table shows the drink preferences of 50 shoppers at the mall. What is the probability that one shopper, selected at random from the 50 surveyed, preferred either Drink B or Drink A? 8/25 3/10 11/25 7/25***

    asked by I NEED HELP PLZ
  22. Math

    If John has p hours of homework and has worked for r hours, what part of his homework is yetc to be done? Solution:(p-r)/p or1-r/p am I correct?

    asked by ABC
  23. Civics

    A company decided to pass a policy banning cell phones on their property. A group of employees collected signatures to protest. Many of the co-workers who signed the petition were later fired because the petition was deemed disruptive. A. The employees

    asked by Carla
  24. Mathematics

    In a group of girls, 20 play volleyball, 21 play badminton and 18 play table tennis; 7 play volleyball only; 9 play badminton only; 6 play volleyball and badminton only and 2 play badminton and table-tennis only. a)How many play all three games? b)How many

    asked by Moiz
  25. Algebra 1

    You draw 2 marbles from a bag containing 3 blue marbles, 2 green marbles, and 5 red marbles without replacement. What is the probability of drawing a red marble and then a green marble? 1/10 1/9 1/2 13/18

    asked by Fading
  26. maths

    A 60m long bridge has an opening in the middle and both sides open up to let boats pass underneath. The two parts of the bridge floor rise up to a height of 18 m. Through what angle do they move?

    asked by Jacob
  27. math

    Task 2 (6 points) Suppose you’re having a birthday party at the local bowling alley. 1. You’re trying to figure out how many people you can afford to invite. The number of guests you can invite to your party varies inversely with the price per bowler

    asked by Carl Wheezer
  28. physics

    an air craft has a takeoff velocity of 180km/h. what length of runway is needed? the accelaration of aircraft along the runway is 2.5 m/s^2

    asked by anandik
  29. Physics

    A beaker of water placed on a scale produces a reading of 0.910kg. An object of mass 0.27kg and volume 9.40 x 10^-5m^3 is lowered into the water by a string. By how much will the reading on scale change?

    asked by Tina
  30. Civics

    A political communication that shows preference towards a particular belief or attitude contains _________. A. bias B. media C. propaganda D. symbolism My answer is: C. propaganda

    asked by Carla
  31. Social Studies

    How did the Crimean War change life in Russia? a. Russia's defeat in the war sparked calls for political and social reform. ********* b. Russia's investment of wealth and the loss of lives in the war led to a crippling depression. c. Russia's proven

    asked by Sonya
  32. Math, Inequalities

    Prove the following inequalities. Then state for which values the LHS equals RHS. 1) a^2 + b^2 ≥ 2(a-b-1) 2) Given a + b = 1, prove the inequality a^2 + b^2 ≥ 1/2 Please explain how you solved it. Thanks.

    asked by Anne
  33. Geography

    I need to write a compare and contrast essay on global conflicts specifically Xinjiang, Chechnya, and Quebec, I have read so many articles and I still don't get it.

    asked by Dude
  34. Math

    One day at ABC high school, 1/12 of the students were absent,and 1/5 of those present went on field trip.if the number of the students staying in school that day was 704,h0w many students are enrolled at ABC high?

    asked by ABC
  35. Math

    If a man's weekly salary is x and he saves y dollars, what part of his weekly salary does he spend?

    asked by ABC
  36. Civics

    Which of the following best describes the differences between propaganda and bias? A. Propaganda is used by organizations that are speaking truthfully, whereas biased articles may be true or false. B. Propaganda is intended to be persuasive, while bias

    asked by Carla
  37. math

    Which function grows the fastest for large values of x? f(x)=1.5x f(x)=8x f(x)=3x f(x)=4x2+3

    asked by Jay
  38. Civics

    Lord Acton, a British historian, was famous for saying, "All power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely." He believed that any individual or group having too much power was a bad thing. With which statement regarding systems of government would

    asked by Carla
  39. scence

    which one of the following insects does not undergo the stage of egg,larva,pupa and adult? A.Wasp B. Locust C. Bee D. Moth

    asked by paul
  40. Civics

    Man is the only creature that consumes without producing. He does not give milk, he does not lay eggs, he is too weak to pull the plow, he cannot run fast enough to catch rabbits. Yet he is lord of all the animals. He sets them to work, he gives back to

    asked by Carla
  41. Math

    Highest temperature was 58degree c and lowest temperature was -88 degree c.what is the temperature deference?

    asked by ABC
  42. Social Studies

    3 questions that need revising :) "Communism is over in Russia. Democracy will always prevail in the end." How does this statement most reflect a particular bias? A. It shows prejudice against Communism. B. It shows support for democratic ideals {my

    asked by Maura Hal
  43. English

    1. She admitted that she had made a mistake. 2. She admitted making a mistake. ----------------------- Are both the same in meaning?

    asked by rfvv
  44. Math

    An automobile dealership uses CODE = 1 for new automobiles, CODE = 2 for used automobiles, and CODE = 3 for separate accessories. A salesman’s commissions are as follows: on new automobile, 3% of the selling price but a maximum of $300; on used

    asked by Mia
  45. Social Studies

    Which resource makes up a quarter of Chile's exports? A:Fruit B:Fish C:Copper*** D:Silver Chilean produce is free of many common plant pests because most farming regions are protected by? A:Atacama Desert*** B:Andes Mountains C:Amazon River D:Strait of

    asked by Anonymous
  46. English

    1. I like swimming in the river. 2. I like to swim in the river. ------------------------------ Are both the same in meaning? 3. I like swimming in the river. 4. I like to swim in the river now. (#3 means 'generally I like swimming in the river.' #4 means

    asked by rfvv
  47. Math for IT

    There are 2000 students in a course. They wrote a mathematics test which was scored out of 40 and then converted to percentage. 1. Draw a flowchart that reads the name, sex and score of each student, and outputs the names of the female students that scored

    asked by binjamini zahuna
  48. Math

    When 300 pupils are in a lecture hall,only 2/3 of the seats are occupied. How many seats are there?

    asked by ABC
  49. math

    if i were to ask all my classmates their favorite color, what type of data im i collecting?

    asked by bonnie the horse
  50. Civics

    Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein were Washington Post journalists whose reports during the Watergate affair led to the resignation of Richard Nixon as president. What did their role demonstrate? A. Media's role as watchdog B. Judicial review C. Media bias

    asked by Carla
  51. Civics

    "Washington lobbyists are working in Congress to block the rural reforms you (small farms) need," Obama said. "Rather than investing in rural opportunity, our government is handing out subsidies (money) to corporate mega-farms. Over the past decade, our

    asked by Carla
  52. Civics

    Which of the following is a bank required to do in the United States? A. Avoid lending money to people who want to start a business B. Invest money in the stock market C. Keep a portion of the money deposited available to account holders D. Lend money to

    asked by Carla
  53. Civics

    Why would you expect most people in Canada to settle near the United States border? A. Because northern Canada is much colder and less habitable. B. Many Canadians work at jobs on American farms. C. Cost of living is lower closer to the United States

    asked by Carla

    Alex ate 2/3 of 1/2 of a pie, how much pie did he eat?

    asked by Lilitwan Doesn't Understand
  55. Chemistry

    Crystallization occurs on_____________ Melting point Boiling point Cooling Freezing point

    asked by Sodiq
  56. Chemistry

    Crystallization process is restricted to_____________ Gas Liquids Solids Colloids

    asked by Sodiq
  57. History

    Why was Defense secretary McNamara Gloomy ?

    asked by Aria
  58. Chemistry

    Calculate the number of mile contained in a solution of sulphuric acid, if the title value on titration against 20cm3, 0.5M sodium carbonate is 20. 24cm3 0.02mol 0.01mol 0.04mol 0.15mol

    asked by Sodiq
  59. Math help Ms,Sue Please!!!

    Note: Your teacher will grade your responses to questions 18 and 19 to ensure that you receive proper credit for your answers. 18. You are surveying students to find out their opinion of the quality of food served in the school cafeteria. You decide to

    asked by
  60. Physics

    two blocks aA and B are placed as in figure, and connected by ropes to block C. Blocks A and B weigh 20 N each and the coefficient of kinetic friction between each block and surface is .40. Block C descends with an acceleration of 2 m/s2... A. Find the

    asked by Anonymous
  61. Math

    The list below gives the number of patrons per day over a 30-day period during July at a theatre. 127 126 125 132 128 122 156 172 183 171 160 140 154 160 122 187 185 158 112 145 168 187 117 120 171 171 156 163 168 162 a) Find the mean and standard

    asked by Joe
  62. Physics

    A 5kg object placed on a friction-less, horizontal table connected to a string that passes over a pulley and then is fastened to a hanging 9kg object. (A) Draw a free body diagram of both the objects. (B) The Coefficient of kinetic friction between the

    asked by Kampamba Nsofu
  63. algebra

    Find the second, fourth, and tenth terms of the sequence described the the rule. A(n)=4+(n-1)(8)

    asked by ellie
  64. math-precalculus

    tan^3(θ)=3tan(θ) solve for all solutions.. please provide steps so I can follow

    asked by Anonymous
  65. Civics

    Which statement about officials found in various forms of government is least accurate? A. A confederation would likely have several states with powerful state senators. B. A parliamentary government would likely have a prime minister elected by the

    asked by Carla
  66. Science

    Write balanced chemical reaction of the following- Stem is passed over heated iron to form magnetic oxide of iron and hydrogen.

    asked by Shivani
  67. Calculus

    Use the Comparison Theorem to determine whether the following integral is convergent or divergent. S= integral sign b=infinity and a=1 S(9(cosx^2))/ (1+x^2) dx

    asked by Anonymous
  68. math-precalculus

    sin(6x)cos(11x)+cos(6x)sin(11x)=-0.1 solve for all solutions and provide steps so I can follow.. thank you

    asked by Anonymous
  69. Chemistry

    What formula would you use to solve this problem? I'm stuck. You have prepared a solution by diluting 12.00mL of 0.790M copper(II) nitrate to a total volume of 50.00mL. What is the concentration of Cu2+ ions in the resulting solution? Report your answer to

    asked by Micah
  70. math

    Cashew nuts are sold at $15.00/kg. Walnuts are sold at $12.00/kg. What quantities of each nut would a store owner put into a 100-kg barrel so that it could be sold for $13.20/kg? ---------------- 15.00c+12.00w= 31.20 C+w= 100 Are these equations right?

    asked by jenn
  71. math

    solve y=0.04x^2+8.3x+4.3

    asked by math
  72. Photojournalism

    What exactly is Photojournalism? Of course I have googled it but I don't exactly have a good idea of how it would be like as a high school class? Does anyone have an idea on what we would be doing in that class?

    asked by Anonymous
  73. Algebra

    Line n passes through points (7, 12) and (4, 15). What is the slope of a line that is perpendicular to line n?

    asked by Fading
  74. Algebra 2

    Use the values of a_1( 1 is below the a) and s_n (n is below also) to find the value of a_23. A_1=10, s_23=2760, find the value of a_23 Please help, I really need help. Thanks.

    asked by Jacob
  75. math

    The ratio of male fish to female fish in a aquarium is 21:20. If there are 123 fish how many are male?

    asked by Tina
  76. Chemistry-ksp and kb

    We were given a 0.1 M KOH solution.25cm3 of that solution is taken and 5g of MX precipitate is added to that.X- is an anion of a strong acid. Kb for MOH=2*(10)^-5 Ksp for MX= 3*(10)^-6 M 1)find the [M+] in the solution 2)Find the [X-] concentration and pH

    asked by Shenaya
  77. science

    State a suitable hypothesis for this investigation

    asked by NtoshieMM
  78. English

    1. He didn't bother to let me know where she lived. 2. He didn't bother letting me know where she lived. ----------------------------- Are both OK? Do we use both a to infinitive and a gerund after 'bother'?

    asked by rfvv
  79. math

    The table shows the drink preferences of 50 shoppers at the mall. What is the probability that one shopper, selected at random from the 50 surveyed, preferred either Drink B or Drink A?

    asked by I NEED HELP PLZ
  80. physics

    A car is moving down the road with a constant velocity of 20m/s. The car passes by a big billboard. There is a police officer ( motorcycle) at rest behind the billboard. It takes one second to start the motorcycle and start chasing the car. The motorcycle

    asked by abigail
  81. English/history

    -what role/impact/issues did it have on society in Spain and England ? -any connections with US history? -what occurred during that time? -what was her goal/purpose/intentions from the speech?

    asked by Hayley
  82. Calculus

    k(x) = f(x^4). Which of the following is k''(x)? a. 2xf''(x^2) b. 4x^2f''(x^2) c. (4x^2+2x)(f''(x^2)) d. 4x^2f''(x^2)+2f'(x^2) e. 4x^2f''(x^2)+2xf'(x^2)

    asked by Anonymous
  83. Math

    Sana was born in 20 Bc and died in AD 42 (or CE).how old was she when she died?

    asked by ABC
  84. algebra

    What is the first step to solving the equation: 4(x + 4) = 24 Add 4 to both sides, subtract 4 from both sides, or distribute 4 times x + 4?

    asked by Mudz
  85. Math

    Lily was born in 100Bc and was 56 years old when she died .in what year did she die?

    asked by ABC
  86. algebra

    Distribute: -4(x - 6) 1) -4x + 24 2) -4x -10 3) -4x -2 It's not -4x - 24.

    asked by Mudz
  87. accounting

    The following are the transaction of s company will in branch for 2(two) year they follow periodic inventory system. 1. Beginning inventory balance with in birr 10000 2. S company shipped merchandise is birr costing 80000 cash 20000 3. Birr sold

    asked by medu
  88. Precal

    How many different sums of money are possible using at least 3 coins from a collection consisting of one penny, one nickel, one dime, on quarter and one loonie?

    asked by Nahom
  89. maths

    In a class 2/5 of the pupils wear sprctacles.(a)What fraction of the pupils do not wear spectacles? (b)If 16 pupils wear spectacles, how many pupils are there altogether?

    asked by Su
  90. Maths

    A woman is seven times as old as her son. In five years time, she will be five times as old as him. How old are they now?

    asked by Jonathan
  91. Maths / Physics (uni level)

    Say I have a centre of rotation at C(x, y, 1

    asked by Lianne
  92. English

    Can someone check my answers? Which line from William Blake's "The Tyger" contains the clearest example of symbolism? A. "In the forests of the night..." B. "Dare its deadly terrors clasp?" C. "And when thy heart began to beat..." D. "Did he who made the

    asked by Sistar
  93. chemistry

    Lab: Determining the Quantity of Vitamin C in Fruit Juice Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, is commonly found in commercial fruit juices and drinks. In this activity you will analyze data collected from a titration analysis of a fruit juice. The

    asked by Anonymous
  94. History

    How many officers were considered not guilty for the Rodney king beating

    asked by Young Trippy Lil G
  95. math

    Alana picked p peaches. Michelle picked 18 times as many peaches as Alana. Write an expression that shows how many peaches Michelle picked.

    asked by karla
  96. Algebra

    why can you NOT combine 3x and 5x^2?

    asked by Stu
  97. math

    As part of a school science project, Jacob bought some bulbs for a total of $18. The cost of each bulb was $3. How many bulbs did Jacob buy? Write an equation with a variable and state what the variable represents.

    asked by D
  98. Math

    The average noon temperature in Sydney in january is 32 degree c .the average midnight temperature in bostone in January is -12 degree c.what is the temperature difference between two cities?

    asked by ABC
  99. math

    how many feet of wallpaper border are needed to go around the walls of a rectangular room that measures 3 1/2 yd by 4 yd?

    asked by graci
  100. English (one question)

    3. Which of the following parenthetical citations is placed and punctuated correctly? a. William Shakespeare's original Globe Theater was built in 1599 (Ferguson 25). b.William Shakespeare's original Globe Theater was built in 1599. (Ferguson 25) c.William

    asked by Catalena
  101. ELA

    What details could support a prediction that Gretchen will win the race?

    asked by Cierraa
  102. math

    how many feet of wallpaper border are needed to go around the walls of a rectangular room that measures 3 1/2 yd by 4 yd

    asked by graci
  103. maths

    Why the product of all zeroes is -c

    asked by vansh
  104. math

    Kevin had $15 with him. His mother gave him $10 and his father also gave him some money. After this, he had a total of $37 with him. How much money did his father give him? Write an equation with a variable and state what the variable represents.

    asked by D
  105. Math

    One lap around a track is one-eighth of a mile. A horse ran a distance of 11 laps in 3 minutes and 30 seconds. What was the horse's average speed in miles per minute?

    asked by Adriana
  106. biostatistics

    Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic disease that affects synovial joints. About 1% of the world population suffers from this disease. A synovial test for the presence of the anti-citrullinated protein antibodies is commonly used when rheumatoid

    asked by J
  107. math

    The volume of two similar rectangular prisms are 64cm^3 and 1000cm^3. The surface area of the smaller figure is 112cm^2. What is the surface area in square centimeters of the

    asked by Anonymous
  108. Mathematics -binomial theorem

    How do we find the value of(1.01)^5 approximately up to three decimals,only with the use of the Binomial theorem?

    asked by Shenaya
  109. English Language Arts

    Think about the work you completed in your reading role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Walk Two Moons. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed

    asked by Jalon
  110. math

    Thomas is thinking of a number, if he doubles his number and subtracts 27, he gets 407. Whats his number?

    asked by sarah
  111. algebra

    find the zeros: x^2 - 2x + 8

    asked by ty
  112. ELA connexus

    how would I go about writing "The straw a play by Eugene O'neill is set in a factory town in connecticut around the year 1910. At the opening of the play, Bill Carmody is waiting for doctor Gaynor to finish examining Carmody's daughter Eileen. Carmody a

    asked by kid from connexus
  113. Civics

    The Federal Reserve has a number of ways to influence the supply of money. The Federal Reserve can influence the interest rate that people pay on their loans, regardless of what bank they are using. How might the Fed adjust the interest rate if it wanted

    asked by Carla
  114. math

    A horse worth $900 is sold by A to B at 10% loss and B sells the horse back to A at 10% profit, then the result is--- A.A loss $9 B.B loss $9 C.neither loss nor gain D.none The answer in the book in the answer key is (a) but I keep getting 171 as the loss

    asked by Mr. Someone
  115. Chemistry

    A method of separation useful for purification and isolation is________ Decantation Crystallization Evaporation Filtration

    asked by Sodiq
  116. Civics

    Which would you most likely find a smaller amount of in a government budget than in a personal or household budget? A. The percent of total income that goes towards national defense and health care B. The percentage of people affected by the budget who are

    asked by Carla
  117. math

    Jimmy began deriving the quadratic formula as shown. ax² +bx +c = 0 x² +b/ax+c/a=0 x² +b/ax=−c/a x² +b/ax+(b/2a)² =−c/a+(b/2a)² What should Jimmy do next? Subtract x² from each side. Factor the trinomial. Add x² to each side. Subtract b2a from

    asked by Jay
  118. Civics

    For what reason might the United States government raise taxes instead of borrowing money to pay for a new government service? A. To avoid increasing the flow of money in the economy B. To avoid having to change the federal interest rate C. To demonstrate

    asked by Carla
  119. math

    Complete the indirect proof. Given: Rectangle JKLM has an area of 36 square centimeters. Side is at least 4 centimeters long. Prove: KL ≤ 9 centimeters Assume that a. ____. Then the area of rectangle JKLM is greater than b. _____ , which contradicts the

    asked by chloe
  120. Civics

    What term refers to the total amount of a good or service that is available for purchase? A. Demand B. Supply C. Scarcity D. Opportunity cost My answer is B.

    asked by Carla