Questions Asked on
January 7, 2018

science: plz help Mrs. Sue
Which of the following is a behavioral adaptation of a spider? a. poisonus venom b. web spinning c. eight legs d. body color My answer is a. plz check.
asked by robux sweet robux 
English
1. Which of the following sentences is punctuated correctly? a. The ladiess’s hates were all purple: they looked so pretty. b. We sat down to eat our meal outside; the night was beautiful. c. The string heavyset fighter won his first fight, and he was
asked by Ray 
History
What was the most significant political effect of Reconstruction plans on Texas? Texas rejoined the United States Carpetbaggers shaped politics in Texas Texas was overseen by many different governors Two main Unionist groups which different viewpoints
asked by M 
jkr school , physics
a stone drops from the edge of a roof. it passes a window 2 mtr high in 0.01 sec . how far is the roof above the top of the window?
asked by psp 
History
What caused the Radical Republicans to reject Presidential Reconstruction? It kept the Southern states separate from the Union for too long It provided too much government assistance to African Americas It was too easy on the Southern secessionists It was
asked by M 
English
The basket (that she is holding) is made from palm fronds. independent clause adjective clause adverb clause noun clause If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. simple complex compound compoundcomplex John was late to dinner and I was late to the movies.
asked by Person 
Chemistry
Write an equilibrium reaction equation for each of the following buffer mixtures: a)NH3(aq) and NH4Cl(aq) b)HC7H5O2(aq) and NaC7H5O2(aq)
asked by Anonymous 
math
a fertilizer covers 5/6 square foot in 1/2 unit rate
asked by bob 
physics
Two slits are 0.158 mm apart. A mixture of red light ( wavelength = 65 nm) and yellow green light (wavelength = 565 nm)falls on the slits. A flat observation screen is located 2.24 m away. What's the distance on the screen between the third order red
asked by tom 
algebra
A ball is thrown into the air with an upward velocity of 40 feet per second. Its height, h, in feet after t seconds is given by the function h(t)=16t^2+40t+10. a. What is the ball’s maximum height? 35Ft b. When the ball hits the ground, how many seconds
asked by Hannah 
Math
Please help solve and explain this question, it's pretty tricky. Nick, Ryan, Simon and James from the band Dandelion sang a few songs at their first concert. Always three of them were singing, and one was playing the guitar in accompaniment. James sang the
asked by Jake Adams 
math
Vernon Wells hits a baseball that travels for 142m before it lands. The flight of the ball can be modeled by a quadratic function in which x is the horizontal distance the ball has traveled away from Vernon, and h(x) is the height of the ball at that
asked by emily 
Math 6A
3. Find the discount on a $225 cell phone that is on sale for 35% off. A) $78.75 B) $7.88 C) $146.25 D) $67.50 My answer is A. 4. Find the discount on a $44 sweater that is on sale for 25% off. A) $33.00 B) $11.00 C) $10.80 D) $8.80 My answer is B.
asked by Connexus 
mathematics
a town has a population of 8400 in 1990. Fifteen years later, it's population had grown to 12 500. Assuming that the population continues to grow at the same exponential rate, when will the population reach 20 000? Please help im trying to answer this
asked by david 
math
TO EARN MORE MONEY HIS PARENTS LET HIM WEED THE GARDEN FOR $6.55 WHAT IS KYLE WEEKLY ALLOWANC IF HE ENDED WITH $11.01 SHOW ALL YOUR WORK A $8.90 B $8.91 C $8.92 D $8.93 E $8.94 F $8.95 G $8.96 H $8.97 I $8.98 J $8.99
asked by hannah 
physics
Two small loudspeakers emit sound waves of the same amplitude and frequency in phase with each other. The waves produce an interference pattern such that the distance from the right bisector to a point P on the third nodal line is x3. The wavelength of the
asked by tom 
math
Kendra is using 27 blue patches and some white patches to make a quilt. The quilt has a total area of 540 square inches. Each patch has an area of 5 square inches. How much of the area of the quilt is white? Explain.
asked by DJ 
Physics
A doubleslit experiment using violet light of wavelength 400 nm produces a spacing of (triangle x). what is expected spacing if red light of wavelength 600 nm used? a) 2/3 (triangle x) b) (triangle x) c) 1.5 (triangle x) d) 3 (triangle x)
asked by Jessey 
math
can somebody help me with this math problem? I don't understand what i'm supposed to do, so a few links to tutorials or an explanation would be really helpful! "sam recorded how many pounds he gained each month for four months and recorded the results as
asked by min yoonghy 
Busines Math
Pls heLp me..you decided to join the partnership of August and April . August has a capital of 50 pesos , while April puts up a capital of 75 pesos . the three of you decided that your profit and loss ratio would be 1:2:3 for August , April and yourself,
asked by Kenneth 
physics
Two point sources produce waves in phase with the same amplitude and wavelength. The sources are a distance d apart. The distance from the right bisector to a point on the second nodal line is x2. The distance between the sources is cut in half. What is
asked by tom 
Physics
which statement is true concerning the interference pattern from a double slit experiment? a) the dark fringes appear equally spaced b) the dark fringes increase spacing farther from the center line. c) the spacing of the bright fringes is twice that of
asked by April 
Probability
In a university, 30% of the students major in Business management, 25% major in mathematics and 10% major in both business management and mathematics. A student from this university is selected at random. A) what is the probability that the student majors
asked by Ange 
Biology genetics
In the summer squash, fruits may be white, yellow, or green. In one case, the cross of yellow X white produced an F1 of all whitefruited plants that, when selfed, gave an F2 segregating 12 white: 3 yellow: 1 green. (a) suggest gnotypes for the white,
asked by Happy 
math
it cost 660 to put on the school play. how many tickets must be sold at 6 piece in order to make a profit?
asked by Paige 
Probability
In a university, 30% of the students major in Business management, 25% major in mathematics and 10% major in both business management and mathematics. A student from this university is selected at random. A) what is the probability that the student majors
asked by Angel 
English
please can u check my work. Thank you. example of a passive sentence: Macaws eat nuts and berries. Nuts and berries are eaten by the Macaw. 1) Capuchin monkeys eat fruit, insects, leaves, small birds and frogs. my answer: Frogs, small birds, leaves,
asked by aaron 
Algebra
A chemist made 50 ounces of an acidic solution by mixing two different concentrations of the solution. He mixed x ounces of acidic solution with an 80% concentration and an acidic solution with 90% concentration. Which equation can be used to determine the
asked by Joe 
maths
What is the meaning of probability in maths
asked by ann 
mathematics
The solution below corresponds to an inequality involving a quartic function. Write a possible quartic polynomial inequality that matches the solution. Prove that your inequality matches the solution. x < 4 and x > 7
asked by mack 
math
it cost 660 dollars to put on the school play. how many tickets must be sold at 6 dollars piece in order to make a profit?
asked by Paige 
Mathematics
Use f(x) = 2x + 5 and g(x) = x^21 to determine the following( simplified where possible): (g * f)(3)
asked by dean 
Economics
Explain the concept of isoquant and work on it's function
asked by Emma lekule 
NEED G+HELP ASAP
a +1/3 = 6/7 1. 1 3/21 2. 5/10 3. 7/10 4. 11/21 EXPLAIN PLEASE
asked by bob 
Algebra
What is the vertex of this equation? y=x^26x+4. Please show the steps on how you got the answer so i can understand it better.
asked by Hannah 
Math
Your test average is 86 after taking three tests. You remember that two of your scores were 88 and 83. What was your score on the third test? show your work.
asked by Hannah 
Physics
Does the elasticity of a ball change with successive bounces?
asked by Anonymous 
arithmetic mean
the average age of 30 children in a class is 9 years if the teacher 's age is included, the average age becomes 10 years find the teacher's age
asked by vijay