Questions Asked on
January 12, 2018

  1. Trig

    a ship leaves port at 12:00 noon sailing at a bearing 193° measured clockwise from north. if the ship sails 20 knots, how many nautical miles south and how many nautical miles west will the ship have traveled by 6:00pm?

    asked by Fred
  2. maths

    300 gm of water at 25°c is added to 100 gm of ice at 0°c.the temperature of the mixture is?

    asked by RAJESH
  3. English

    1. Which event did your school hold? 2. Our school held a fund-rasing event for poor children. [Is 'for poor children' an adjective phrase in this case?] 3. Why did your school hold a fund-raising event? 4. Our school held a fund-raising event for poor

    asked by rfvv
  4. Science

    Explain the reaction (iron sulpide) using the Big Idea of Energy?

    asked by Nick
  5. Math

    5/8 + 1 7/9 +3. Simplify the expression A) 4 29/72 B) 4 12/17 C) 5 7/18 D) 5 29/72

    asked by Mae
  6. Chemistry

    How are intermolecular forces different from the forces that bond atoms together into molecules? How are they similar?

    asked by Carlos
  7. Math

    A restaurant has two fish tanks on display. One tank holds 625 liters of water while the other holds 312.5 liters. The smaller tank makes up which of the following percents of the larger tank? A) 5% B) 20% C) 50% D) 200%

    asked by Kaye
  8. math

    A boy is cycling such that the wheels of the cycle are revoloving 140 times per minute.if the diameter of the wheel is 60 cm,calculate the speed per hour with which the boy is cycling. Find answer in km per hour

    asked by anuj
  9. Math

    Solve for the unknown quantity in each proportion

    asked by Johnny
  10. maths

    The sides of an equilateral triangle are 3a+2, 3b-a and b+3 respectively. what is the value of a and b and find the perimeter of the triangle

    asked by uzoma
  11. Chemistry

    How many grams of CO2 does a plant use to make 100.0 g of sugar(C12H22O11)?

    asked by Manuel
  12. English

    Why would you choose to do a poem in Audio Component?

    asked by Josue
  13. maths

    the perimeter of an isosceles triangle is 28, the sides are 4b, 6b-2a+1 and a+2b respectively. find the values of a and b hence state the lenghts of the sides of the triangle

    asked by uzoma
  14. math - bearings

    Been working on this question for a while. Have drawn a diagram (looks like a tilted trapezium, correct me if i'm wrong), but I still can't find any right angles to calculate the distance. Help would be appreciated, thanks. Question: A plane flies on a

    asked by anonymous
  15. chemistry

    What separatation method used to separate silver chloride (solid))and sodium trioxonitrate

    asked by ruth
  16. math

    Andy has 5 pots each pot can hold 3/8 pound of soil how much soil does he need to fill all the pots? a. 13 1/3 b 4 5/8 c 2 5/8 d 1 7/8

    asked by mr. e
  17. English

    In "from The Diary of Samuel Pepy's" what conclusion can you draw about Samuel Pepys from his account of the Great Fire of London? A:He maintained relations with all social strata?*** B:He became a spokesperson of aristocracy. C:He felt responsible for

    asked by Anonymous
  18. math

    4 2/3 * 3 3/4 A.8 5/12 B.15 C.12 1/2 D.17 1/2

    asked by mr. e
  19. Physics

    A squirrel sees a BIG acorn being thrown from a tree by a chipmunk and attempts to snatch it. The acorn is thrown from a 10.0 m high branch and with a horizontal velocity of 1.1 m/s. The squirrel on the ground is 5.0 m from the base of the tree. What is

    asked by |-/
  20. Math

    can someone please give me a chart of triangles and what there called like scalene right or equilateral obtuse

    asked by heeeeeeelp
  21. social studies

    Why did the United States become involved in Mexico's civil war? Select all that apply. 1)Relations had weakened between the United States and the new government. 2)Mexico was unable to end the war without U.S. intervention. 3)The United States provided

    asked by anon
  22. S.S.

    What was the main message of the gettysburg address?

    asked by noodle
  23. Math

    solve the equation for c c/3 =4 A. 1 1/3 B. 1/12 C. 12 D. 3/4

    asked by help
  24. math - bearings

    If the bearing of A from O is θ°T, then what is the bearing of O from A: a. if 0° < θ° < 180° b. if 180° < θ° < 360°? I don't quite understand what the question is trying to ask, need some insight, thanks.

    asked by anonymous
  25. math

    13. solve the equation 4 2/5x = 12 1/10 A.7 7/10 B.2 3/4-My Answer C.2 1/2 D.4/11 Please help!!!

    asked by math
  26. math

    it took 12 gallons of gas to fill the family car this is 5/6 the amount that the tank can hold how much gas can the tank hold? A.10 Gallons B.14 2/5 Gallons C.12 5/6 Gallons D.13 5/6 Gallons-My Answer Please check thanks:)

    asked by math
  27. Math

    A large pizza has a total diameter of 14 inches and a cross that is 1 inch wide. What is the area of the crust? Round to the nearest tenth.

    asked by Jennifer
  28. Fashion design

    Read the sentence. When black and white are mixed together to add to a color, it is called _[blank]_. Which option correctly completes the sentence? a tint a tone a shade a hue C?

    asked by Bri
  29. math

    mikes truck engine holds 1 1/4 gallons of oil if there are 3 quarts of oil in the engine now how many more quarts of oil does mike need to add to fill the engine capacity? -(hint i gallon is 4 quarts)

    asked by math
  30. math - bearings

    Starting from their base in the national park, a group of bushwalkers travel 1.5 km at a true bearing of 030°, then 3.5 km at a true bearing of 160°, and then 6.25 km at a true bearing of 300°. How far, and at what true bearing, should the group walk to

    asked by anonymous
  31. Physics

    An 85kg person bounces on a bathroom scale having a force constant of 1.50*10^6 N/m. The amplitude of the bounce is 0.200 cm. What is the maximum energy stored in the spring? I use the formula mg = kx, solved for x, and got 5.55333 * 10^-4. Then I added

    asked by anonymous
  32. Math

    Calculate the sum of the infinite series 72 + 60 + 50 + 125/3 + ... 489 432 360 307 Can someone please help me with this one? I can never solve these on my own:(

    asked by Max
  33. Science

    My first in van but not in pan

    asked by Aqsa
  34. physics question

    A 2kg mass is attached to a 5.50m long string. The mass is pulled 30 degrees from its lowest point and then released. What is the initial height of the pendulum above its lowest point? I think I should be solving for Lcos(theta), where L = 5.50 and theta =

    asked by anonymous
  35. Math

    Calculate the missing terms of the geometric sequence ..., 2048, ?, ?, ?, 8, ... Select all that apply. 1,538, 1,028, 518 ***** 1,534, 1,020, 514 512, 128, 32 -512, 128, -32 -1,534, 1,020, -514 -1,538, 1,028, -518 I have to pick 2 options. I know the first

    asked by Max
  36. Calculus

    Find the instantaneous rate of change when x = 3 given the function g(x) = 5x^2 + 6x. My answer: g'(x) = 10x + 6 10(3)+6 = 36

    asked by Anonymous
  37. Physics

    Two gliders on an air track collide in a perfectly elastic collision. Glider A has mass 1.1 kg and is initially travelling at a velocity of 2.7 m/s [E]. It collides head-on with glider B with mass 2.4 kg, travelling at a velocity of 1.9 m/s [W]. Determine

    asked by Anonymous
  38. geometry

    in triangle ABC, PandQ are points on BC such that BQ=CP and AP=AQ.show thatAB=AC

    asked by DEE
  39. Math

    Calculate S(68) for the arithmetic sequence a(n) = (2/3)n + 1/6 87/2 273/6 139/3 4,726/3

    asked by Max
  40. Math

    Write the first five terms of the sequence defined by the recursive formula a(n) = 2*(a(n - 1)) + 5 with a(1) = -3 -3, -10, -24, -43, -81 -3, -1, 3, 11, 27 -3, 2, 7, 12, 17 -3, 4, 18, 46, 102 I'm trying to do this the way I've always done them (and gotten

    asked by Max
  41. Math

    I swear, last question! Calculate S(31) for the arithmetic sequence in which a(9) = 17 and the common difference is d = -2.1 -46 -29.2 32.7 71.3 Usually, I can figure these out but I'm stuck:(

    asked by Max
  42. Algebra II

    How many real solutions does the function shown on the graph have? a) no real solutions b) one real solution c) two real solutions d) cannot be determined ___________________________ y = (x+2)^2 + 3 is shown on the graph. I am having trouble figuring this

    asked by Anonymous
  43. Math

    A house was valued at $364,000. Over several years, the value decreased by 7%, giving the house a new value.

    asked by Brwnsga Money