Questions Asked on
September 11, 2017

  1. Language Arts

    1. Which of the following would most likely appear in a feature article, but not in a news article, about Hurricane Katrina? (1 point) A) a map showing meteorological data about the storm, such as total rainfall and top wind speeds B) a sidebar containing

    asked by LoyaltyIsFake
  2. language arts

    after which type of assessment will you be asked to set goals for yourself? A quick check B sample work C unit test D pretest

    asked by JACKSEPTICFAN!!!
  3. social studies

    Do political scientist consider the society described here to be a country?

    asked by Erica McDonnell
  4. PHYSIC

    A bus moving at a constant speed of 5.00 m/s passes you. When the rear of the bus is 12.0 m past you, you run toward it with acceleration of 0.96 m/s^2. How far would you have to run before you catch up with the rear of the bus, and how fast must be

    asked by AH
  5. pre- algebrea

    1. What is the value of 14 – a 2 given a = –3? (1 point) 23 11 8 5

    asked by somebody
  6. Calculus

    A mineral deposit along a strip of length 8 cm has density s(x)=0.07x(8−x) g/cm for 0≤x≤8. Calculate the total mass of the deposit. Your answer must include units.

    asked by Melany
  7. Opt. Math

    (1+sec 2A) (1+sec4A) (1+sec8A) = tan8AcotA

    asked by Binod
  8. physical

    a ball that was projected up at an angle of θ degrees with the horizontal has a flight time of 5.0s and covers a range of 49.0 m. find (a) the time it took to reach maximum height, (b) the horizontal and vertical components of its initial velocity, (c)

    asked by john
  9. world history

    What were the purposes of the earthworks built by cultures of eastern North America? SELECT THREE . A.as burial mounds B.as temple platforms C.as astronomical observatories D.as defensive structures E.as fields for athletic competition select 3 answers one

    asked by help please
  10. Algebra

    A cashier has 26 bills consisting of three times as many ones as fives, one less ten than fives, and the rest twenties. If the value is $120, find how many of each she has.

    asked by Judith
  11. science

    if a scale of the solar system was built where 1mm equaled 1 mile, could the model be practically built in a city? yes or no I suppose the answer would be no because that is a really small diameter is 742 billion mm I just wanted to check with someone

    asked by Rose
  12. Calculus

    Calculate the population within a 6 mile radius of the city center if the radial population density is ρ(r) = 6(5+r2)1/3 (in thousands per square mile). (Use decimal notation. Give your answer to two decimal places.)

    asked by Arnold
  13. Calculus

    Breathing is cyclic and a full respiratory cycle from the beginning of inhalation to the end of exhalation takes about 5 seconds. The maximum rate of air flow into the lungs is about 0.5 L/s. This explains, in part, why the function f(t)=1/2sin(2pi t/5)

    asked by Corey
  14. English

    1. He admitted breaking the window. 2. He admitted having broken the window. 3. He broke the window before, and he admitted it later. (Does #1 mean #2? Are they the same in meaning? Do #1 and #2 mean #3?)

    asked by rfvv
  15. Algebra

    Which of these numbers is not rational? A. 3 squared B. .25 C. 1/5 D. 9 squared

    asked by ethan
  16. physics

    Ann is driving down a street at 62 km/h. Suddenly a child runs into the street. If it takes Ann 0.728 s to react and apply the brakes, how far will she have moved before she begins to slow down? Answer in units of m.

    asked by Anonymous
  17. physical

    staring from rest, a 3.5 kg object is acted upon by an unbalanced force and acquires a speed of 14.0 m/s after moving a distance of 35 m. find (a) the acceleration of the object, (b) the unbalanced force acting on the object, and (c) the time it takes for

    asked by john
  18. math

    Part 1:Is it possible for a composite number to have more than one prime factorization? Is it possible for a number to have no prime factors? Why? I think it is possible for a composite to have more then one prime factorization Part 2: Give an example of

    asked by Luna
  19. Algebra

    A rain gutter is made from sheets of aluminum that are 11 inches wide. As shown in the figure the edges are turned up to form right angles. Determine the depth of the gutter that will allow a cross-sectional area of 10 in.². Show that there are two

    asked by Katy
  20. SS

    According to the map, how did people first arrive in North America?

    asked by AlexaBliss<3
  21. Science

    if an atom has 17 electrons and its mass number is 35, calculate the following: number of protons, atomic number, and number of neutrons. i think there would be: an atomic number of 17, there would be 17 protons, and there would be 18 neutrons. am i

    asked by Sam
  22. Texas History

    True or False. Out of all the explorers discussed in this unit, Cabaza de Vaca had the best relations with the American Indians.

    asked by swimmer girl
  23. Physics

    two small, identical conducting spheres A and B are a distance R apart; each carries the same charge Q. (a) What is the force sphere B exerts on sphere A? (b) An identical sphere with zero charge, sphere C, makes contact with sphere B and is then moved

    asked by Yumato
  24. physics rotational acceleration - I am confused

    A gyroscope slows from an initial rate of 32.0 rad/s at a rate of 0.700 rad/seconds squared. How many revolutions does it make before stopping? If only I could find the angular velocity first, in radians/second... I'm assuming 0.700 rad/second squared is

    asked by anonymous
  25. Graphic Design

    Jesse creates a self-portrait using painted canvas. Under which of the following categories does Jesse's art fall? A.applied art B.fashion art C.fine art D.Visual Art

    asked by Abel
  26. algebra

    If Ron put $1000 of his money into a bank account that earns a 2.3% annual interest rate, how much will he earn after 10 years if the interest is compounded A. yearly, B monthly? C. continuously?

    asked by matthew
  27. Algebra

    A cashier has 26 bills consisting of three times as many ones as fives, one less ten than fives, and the rest twenties. If the value is $120, find how many of each she has.

    asked by Anonymous
  28. Math

    write 2.3 x 10^3 in standard form

    asked by Timothy
  29. science

    connexus academy make a project about Mitosis and Meiosis

    asked by Erica McDonnell
  30. stats

    In 1997, the U.S. population was approximately 266,572,000 people. At the rate of 440 prisoners per 100,000 population, about how many prisoners were in the system? (Round answer to the whole number.) prisoners

    asked by jakira
  31. Science

    Alice and Marge are studying the properties of matter. The girls cut some silver-colored magnesium sheets into 3-inch long strips and then put one strip each into test tubes: one containing water and one containing acid. Nothing happened when they added

    asked by SAM
  32. math

    the sales tax in the town where amanda lives is 7%.amanda paid $35 in sales tax on a new stereo.what was the price of the stereo?

    asked by andrew
  33. Geometry

    PB is a line segment on a number line. It has endpoints at -2 and 12. What is the coordinate of its midpoint?

    asked by Kayla
  34. Math

    I am a decimal number my thousandths digit is more than my tenths digit

    asked by Charity
  35. Math

    Solve the following system using elimination (aka linear combination) attach an extra sheet, if needed. { 3x+2y+4z=11 { 2x-y+3z=4 { 5x-3y+5z=-1

    asked by Kayla
  36. English

    1. The chance that he will win the game is slim. 2. The possibility that he will win the game is slim. 3. The fact that he died is unbelievable. (thank you for your help. Isn't the that clause an appositive clause?)

    asked by rfvv
  37. Math

    There are 4 odd functions and 3 even functions in the gallery of the 12 basic functions. After multiplying these functions together pairwise in different combinations and exploring their graphs, make a conjecture about the summetry of: A) a product of 2

    asked by Anonymous
  38. chemistry

    malia24 Which answer choice lists a physical property that can be used to separate the substances in mixtures? (Select all that apply. size of particles half-life points strength of bonds boiling point ia it a and b

    asked by check answer please
  39. math

    in a marathon, Hamish had to run a total distance of 11/12. he ran 4/5 of the distance. how many miles did he run

    asked by Anonymous
  40. math

    Beth leaves her home on her bike, traveling down a long country road, at the rate of 8 mph. Her brother, Brandon, left 15 minutes after Beth on his golf cart along the same country road, traveling 12 mph. How long will it take Brandon to catch up with

    asked by noah
  41. geography

    which of the following statements about earths atmoshere is true

    asked by hailey
  42. Calculus

    Find the volume of the solid formed by rotating the region inside the first quadrant enclosed by y = x^3 y = 16 x about the x-axis.

    asked by Corey
  43. history

    Lesson 3: Becoming a Territory connectin academy assesment help

    asked by katrina lancellotti
  44. Math

    The population in a town of 40,000 is growing by 12% per year. How long will it take the population to grow to 230,000? Round to the nearest year.

    asked by Ehab
  45. Art

    What are the three main purposes of art? I think it's communication, efficiency, and appeal Am I right Please help fast

    asked by Anonymous
  46. ss .

    Why does investment in capital goods like factories and machinery help to increase a country’s gross domestic product (GDP)? a; it makes workers less productive b; it makes workers more comfortable c; it makes workers productive *** d; it makes workers

    asked by ricaa .
  47. Legislation

    fact that compares and contrasts the 50 state legislatures. We know that no two legislatures are the same, so they differ in many ways. The information you bring can be in a chart, in text or any format that shows the distinctions. Examples could include

    asked by Susan
  48. English

    Look at those people on TV. They are all red. Oh, my gosh! - Are they hurt? No. They are having fun. It's a tomato festival. ---------------------------- In this dialogue, what does 'It' refer to? Is it Situation it, which doesn't refer to any specific

    asked by rfvv
  49. English

    1. He didn't bother to let me know the fact. 2. He didn't bother letting me know the fact. (Are both grammatical?) 3. Why didn't you bother to care for the boy? 4. Why didn't you bother caring for the boy? (Are both grammatical? Can we use 'to do' or 'ing'

    asked by rfvv
  50. English

    1. He observed the thief open the lock of the door. 2. He observed that the thief opened the lock of the door. (does #1 mean #2?) 3. He observed the thief opening the lock of the door. 4. He observed that the thief was opening the lock of the door. (Does

    asked by rfvv
  51. Scince

    Which of the following describes scientific inquuary

    asked by Black Hawk
  52. algebra

    solve the following equation x^2+16=0

    asked by christina
  53. Math

    When subtracted together, two fractions are equaled to 2/3. What are those fractions?

    asked by Anonymous
  54. Science

    If the buoyancy exerted by water on the stone is 2N.What is the weight of the stone on dipping it in saline water?

    asked by Sreejs
  55. algebra

    the second and fifth terms of an arithmetic sequence are 5 and 38 respectively. Find the explicit formula for the sequence

    asked by matthew
  56. algebra

    find a quadratic model and term number the last given for 10,12,16,22,30,40,....516

    asked by matthew
  57. Algebra

    I'm really confused and I just don't understand what to do. Please help! Simplify each expression by combining like terms -8(n - 5) + 4(n + 1) = ? Please help!

    asked by Samantha
  58. math

    a class has 40 children. 1÷5 are absent how many are absent

    asked by IYA
  59. Math

    George wants to fence his square garden, which has a side of 20 feet, with two rows of bulb wire. The store sold bulb wire by te meter at 12/meter.How much does george need to buy the bulb wire needed to fence his garden?

    asked by Anonymous
  60. Math

    George wants to fence his square garden, which has a side of 20 feet, with two rows of bulb wire. The store sold bulb wire by te meter at 12/meter.How much does george need to buy the bulb wire needed to fence his garden?

    asked by Anonymous
  61. Math

    The larger number of 2 numbers is 3 more than twice the smaller. The difference of the larger in the smaller number is 8

    asked by Anonymous
  62. chemistry

    What is a saturated solution?

    asked by lydia
  63. Federic Chopin School

    For what values of n will the sum n+3 be less than 50?

    asked by Anonymous
  64. 5th grade LA

    4.Which sentence uses commas correctly? A. The teacher read Home of the Brave, before the class went to lunch. B. The teacher, read Home of the Brave before the class went to lunch. C. The teacher read Home of the Brave before the class went to lunch.***

    asked by Jared
  65. English

    1. Depending on their social class, they did different kinds of work. 2. According to their social class, they did different kinds of work. 3. Based on their social class, they did different kinds of work. --------------------------------------- What is

    asked by rfvv
  66. Calculus

    Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region enclosed by the curves y= 1/x and y= 6-x about the x-axis. (Use symbolic notation and fractions where needed.)

    asked by Michael
  67. Geography

    Transformation, inner space and body's grace From the eastern belt, Beauty mesmerizes the complete space Compilation between 200 bce and 200 CE was my base Name me if you can: I am a feeling , a joy and a beautiful place Hint : three breaks

    asked by Shubham
  68. philosophy

    Determine if the following arguments are propositional or categorical. 1. Doctors are exposed to agents that cause ailments. Jane is a doctor. Hence, she is exposed to agents that cause ailments. answer:propositional 2.All carrots are vegetables full of

    asked by PATRIS
  69. Pre calculus- help!

    find (gof)(x) when f(x) = √x+1 and g(x) = x^2+3/x

    asked by Ky
  70. algebra

    I can't find any good videos but does anybody here know how to do something like sin 65° by hand

    asked by Xavier
  71. algrebra

    find g^4(x) and the domain and range of g(x) and g^4(x) 1. g(x) = 9 - x^2, x< 0 2. g(x) = (x - 1)^2 +1, x

    asked by christina
  72. Geometry

    what are all of the properties of a parallelogram

    asked by Anonymous
  73. geomatry

    point a (-10,-6)and b (6,2) are the endpoints of ab

    asked by jasmine
  74. maths

    An auditorium ha s4200 seats.In a particular concet,1400 seats were vacant.What percent of the seats wereoccupied?

    asked by juveriya fatima
  75. science

    What step of the scientific method dose it involve clinical trails?

    asked by Anonymous
  76. Math

    How many hundreths are equal to1.3tents

    asked by Charity
  77. English

    1. He had a chance to study in high school again. 2. He had a chance that he could study in high school again. (Is the 'that clause' in apposition with 'a chance' in Sentence 2? what about in #1?)

    asked by rfvv