Questions Asked on
June 29, 2017

  1. math

    from a 12 metres long piece of cloth a shopkeeper cuts pieces 3/4 metre long how many pieces will he get

    asked by japjeet
  2. Economic

    give one example to show that wants arise and grow .

    asked by Ravi sukla
  3. math

    A pail holds 2 3/4 gallons of water. How much is this in cups?

    asked by Anonymous
  4. math

    the clock face in a famous clock tower has a radius of about 4 meters what is the area of the clock face to the nearest

    asked by june
  5. Algebra

    Two angles are supplementary if their sum is 180 degrees the larger angle measures 6 degrees more than twice the measure of the smaller angle if x represents the measure of the smaller angle and these two angles angles are supplementary find the measure of

    asked by Anonymous
  6. Science

    A force of 750 N keeps a 70-kg pilot in circular motion if he is flying a small plane at 35m/s in a circular path.What is the radius of the circular path?

    asked by Ailyn
  7. English

    1. We should arrive before dark. 2. I should have finished the book by Friday. [In the Oxford dictionary, I saw the two sentences. They mean 'guessing.' What is the similar expression for #3 in American English? Would you check the following?] 3. I would

    asked by rfvv
  8. business math

    Shantel and Kwamie are planning to buy their first home. Although they are excited about the prospect of being homeowners, they are also a little frightened. A mortgage payment for the next 30 years sounds like a huge commitment. They visited a few new

    asked by felix
  9. math

    a company's monthly sales, in thousands, is given by s(x,y)=9x^.8y^.5. where x is the amount spent on newspaper advertising per month in thousands of dollars and y is the amount spent on radio advertising per month in thousands of dollars. Suppose the

    asked by PL
  10. geometry

    construct quadrilateral AB=4CM BC=4.5CM AD=5CM angleA=80degree.Diagonal AC bisects angle A .

    asked by DIP
  11. Math

    If the places of the last two digits of a three digit number are interchanged,a new number greater than the original number by 45 is obtained.what is the difference between the last two digits?

    asked by Praveenreddy
  12. English

    1. If I had had a lot of money, I would have bought the car. 1-2. As(=Because) I didn't have a lot of money, I didn't buy the car. 2. If I had had a lot of money, I could have bought the car. 2-2. As I didn't have a lot of money, I couldn't buy the car. 3.

    asked by rfvv
  13. Mah

    The area of a circle depends on the radius. Use the equation A(r) = 3.14 r2 to compute A(8). Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.

    asked by Njp
  14. Math

    When Maggie goes on birding watching trips, she sees at least 45 birds. She has taken 12 birds watching trips a year over the past 16 years. Hoe many birds has Maggie seen? Fill in the blanks: 12 X 16 = 192 192 X 45= 192 X ( ___ + ___) =(192 X ___) + (192

    asked by Cons
  15. Math

    When Maggie goes on birding watching trips, she sees at least 45 birds. She has taken 12 bird watching trips a year over the past 16 years. How many birds has Maggie seen?

    asked by Cons
  16. math

    How many minutes are there between 11:40 night and 8:10 morning? please help me out

    asked by kelvin
  17. English

    1. He must have bought the bike. 2. He would have bought the bike. 3. He could have bought the bike. 4. He may have bought the bike. 5. He might have bought the bike. * 6. He will have bought the bike. * 7. He can have bought the bike.

    asked by rfvv
  18. Simple Science

    Are there independent and dependent variables in observational studies?

    asked by Elizabeth
  19. Math

    When Maggie goes on birding watching trips, she sees at least 45 birds. She has taken 12 bird watching trips a year over the past 16 years. How many birds has Maggie seen? Write the missing numbers: 12*16 = 192 192* 45 = 192 x (____ + ____) = (192

    asked by Cons
  20. English

    1. He will have finished the work by the time you come. 2. He will have gone to Japan next week. 2-2. He will have gone to Japan by next week. 3. He will have read the book three times if he reads it again. 4. He will have lived in Chicago for ten years

    asked by rfvv
  21. science

    for a particle executing simple harmonic motion the displacement is 8 cm at the instant the velocity is 6cm\sec and the displacement is 6 cm at the instant the velocity is 8 cm\sec calculate the amplitude?

    asked by tisha
  22. math

    16 persons need 56 kg of rice in 1 week. How much rice will be needed by 24 persons in four weeks? ^please anyone over here ryt now may you help me to arrive to the final answer^ 24×(56/16)× 4 math - kelvin today at 2:22pm i had the this idea but i

    asked by kelvin
  23. math

    Two simmers are swimming in a lake. Swimmer A starts swimming at a speed of 1m/sec towards the shore from a distance of 30 m. Swimmer B starts swimming towards the shore from 10m behind swimmer A but he swims at 1.5m/sec. Which swimmer will arrive at the

    asked by Mark
  24. Math

    Sum of two integers is -278 of one of the integers is -156,find the other.

    asked by Shivangi priya
  25. Math - Calc 2

    How would you go about integrating x^2/sqrt(4-x^2)?

    asked by Anonymous
  26. Math - Calc 2/Algebra

    I'm trying to find the partial fraction decomposition of: 10x^2+2x-2/x^2(x+1) I already found B=-2 and C=6 Plugging in the numbers, I get: 10x^2+2x-2=Ax(x+1)+(-2)(x+1)+(6)x^2 How do I solve this for A? Maybe this is just some algebra that I'm rusty on. But

    asked by Anonymous
  27. math

    16 persons need 56 kg of rice in 1 week. How much rice will be needed by 24 persons in four weeks? ^please anyone over here ryt now may you help me to arrive to the final answe^

    asked by kelvin
  28. Chemistry

    How to identify anions

    asked by Sylvia
  29. Physics

    What is the final temperature when 8.1 x 105 J are added to 1.50 kg of ice at 0.0 °C?

    asked by Anonymous
  30. math

    A number round off to 4000. The digit in the hundreds place is twice the digit in the tens place. The sum of the digits is 12. The numbers uses only two different digits. Find the number.

    asked by Anonymous
  31. history

    what is the bloodline of most winning fighting chicken in the world.

    asked by Anonymous
  32. English

    Thank you for your help. 1. He will have gone to Germany this Sunday. 2. He will have gone to Germany by this Monday. (Do you mean both are grammatical?) 3. You will have lost the ring this July. 4. You will have lost the ring by this July. (Are both

    asked by rfvv
  33. Maths

    Please help. I completed 1-6 but these 4 are hard; the wording confusing. 1) Jane is playing a game of Monopoly, if she throws six on her next turn she will land on community chest. If she throws eight she will land on Mayfair with a hotel (owned by

    asked by Barry
  34. English grammar

    They __________ home from school by 7p.m. a) will be returning b) would have returned Can someone help with this question? Is the answer b? Thanks.

    asked by chimingbell
  35. Chemistry

    With which of the following AgNO3 makes a precipitate quickly? And what would be the reason? 1) C6H5Br 2)C6H5-CH2Br 3)(CH3)3-C-Br 4)C6H5-CH2-CHBr-C(triple bond)H 5)C6H5-CH2Br-CH=CH-CH3 I feel like that 1st one is most probably,not the answer as it is not

    asked by Shenaya
  36. Maths

    How do I solve harmonically sin(x+67.4)=7/13

    asked by Edwas
  37. Civics

    Do you think elections in a democratic country like India are free and fair ???

    asked by Please help!!!
  38. maths

    what is 6n-12=24

    asked by abdalla
  39. Mechanical Engineering

    The equation for flow in a circular pipe for a special kind of fluid, called a "power-law" fluid is given by v=(delP/2mL)^1/n * (n/n+1)*[R^(n+1/n) - r^(n+1/n)] where m and n are constants of the fluid, and delP/L is the change in pressure per unit length

    asked by Phil
  40. math

    square root of c^2

    asked by edi
  41. English

    1. I will have thought Spanish for ten years by 2018. 2. I will have thought Spanish for ten years in 2018. (Can we use both prepositions?) 3. He will have gone to Rome when you come next month. 4. He will have gone to Rome if you come next month. 5. He

    asked by rfvv
  42. English

    Thank you. I corrected errors. 1. I will have taught Spanish for ten years by 2018. 2. I will have taught Spanish for ten years in 2018. (Can we use both prepositions?) 3. Why is he late? He would have overslept. 4. Why is he late? He could have overslept.

    asked by rfvv
  43. Number Theory

    Find some integers having 10 divisors.

    asked by Gie
  44. Simple Science

    In science, what is the meaning of the phrase "respective implication"?

    asked by Elizabeth
  45. Accounting

    What is the value of a company stock if it grows at a supernormal rate of 18% for the first four years, and then slows down to a constant growth rate of 10%. The company just paid annual dividend of $2.00/share, and the rate of return on common stock (rcs)

    asked by Lyra
  46. Chemistry

    Calculate the number of moles of solute in 497.2 L of 0.815 M sodium cyanide?

    asked by Aly