Questions Asked on
May 4, 2018

  1. Health

    What is a common result in teen alcohol use? A. better test scores after drinking B. improved judgment skills C. long term memory problems D. quicker reflexes while driving a car My answer is C. long term memory problems. Ms. Sue may you please check

    asked by btshook
  2. Language Arts

    In ''The Diary of Anne Frank'' Act 2 science 3, Mr.Frank says ''We don't need the Nazis to destroy us, we are destroying ourselves'' what does he mean by this support your answer with details from the play. Can someone help me plz!

    asked by that emo girl!
  3. History

    Why did iranians take 53 Americans hostage at the American embassy in Iran? A. To force the United Statesvto loft to oil ban B. Because the US government allowed the shah to travel to the United States for medical treatment *********? C. because Atatollah

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  4. math

    1. Point M(4, 3) is translated according to the rule (x, y) (x+2,y-5). What are the coordinates of of M? (1 point) A.(2,-2) B.(6,8) C.(2,8) D.(6,-2) 2. Point A is translated left 3 units and up 2 units. What rule describes this translations? (1 Point)

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  5. math:^]

    Which of the following are also representations of (2.5, 135 degrees)? Select all that apply. [2 answers] a. (2.5, -225 degrees) b. (-2.5, -225 degrees) c. (-2.5, 45 degrees) d. (-2.5, -45 degrees) e. (-2.5, 315 degrees)

    asked by mynameisundefined
  6. Chemistry

    Nitrogen reacts with powdered aluminum according to the reaction: 2Al(s)+N2(g)→2AlN(s) How many liters of N2 gas, measured at 892 torr and 98 ∘C, are required to completely react with 17.8 g of Al?

    asked by Leslie
  7. science

    Read the scenario. A lizard is at an initial position of 2 m and walks to a position of 10 m in 4 s. What is the lizard’s average velocity? 3 m/s 2 m/s 2.5 m/s -3 m/s B?

    asked by Bri
  8. science

    When scientists present research findings to the general public, what should they do? (Select all that apply) publish in scientific journals make sure the information is very specific and detailed avoid technical jargon as much as possible use interesting

    asked by Bri
  9. science

    Which options accurately identify a characteristic that describes scientific journals? (Select all that apply) peer reviewed found mainly in university libraries generally given out for free to any interested person published on a regular basis A,D?

    asked by Bri
  10. Calculus

    Show that f(x) = x^3 and g(x) = 200x^3 grow at the same rate.

    asked by George
  11. Statistics

    The correct size of a nickel is 21.21 millimeters. Based on that, the data can be summarized into the following table: Too Small-Too Large- Total Low Income 11 29 40 High Income 26 9 35 Total 37 38 75 Based on this data: (give your answers to parts a-c as

    asked by Chi
  12. Physics

    Two charges each of 40 microcoulomb are placed at a distance of 0.4 M. calculate the potential at the midpoint. Dielectric constant of the medium is 2.

    asked by Prapti
  13. math algebra 1

    just need a little help Task 2 John, Rick, and Molli paint a room together. a. Pick a reasonable amount of time in which the three friends can paint the room together. Also pick a reasonable amount of time in which John can paint the room alone and a

    asked by Soji
  14. ELA

    Volcano Forms New Pacific Island Angela Antrim 1NORTHERN PACIFIC OCEAN—Scientists have discovered a new, currently unnamed island in the northern Pacific Ocean. The small island is located in an isolated area between Hawaii and the Marshall Islands.

    asked by I am 13
  15. science

    Which option accurately describes a scenario in which a car experiences a displacement of 10 m north? A car starts at a position of 2 m south. It moves 4 m east, 2 m west, and then 2 m north. A car starts at a position of 0 m. It moves 10 m west, 10 m

    asked by Bri
  16. Finance Math

    Rhonda Brennan found her first job after graduating from college through the classifieds of the Miami Herald. She was delighted when the offer came through at $22.00 per hour. She completed her W-4 stating that she is married with a child and claims an

    asked by Heyhi
  17. ELA

    Which revision changes this sentence from passive voice to active voice? While Jessica hurried down the crowded sidewalk, the money was stolen right out of her purse. A) While the sidewalk was crowded, Jessica had her money stolen by a thief right out of

    asked by I am 13
  18. Finance Math

    Maggie Vitteta, single, works 40 hours per week at $13 an hour. How much is taken out for federal income tax with one withholding exemption? (Assume the overtime for each employee is a time-and-a-half rate after 40 hours.) (Round your answer to the nearest

    asked by Heyhi
  19. Social Studies

    Which of the following were the cost of mining? Choose all that apply. A. Streams that were polluted and forests cut down B. permanent settlements began C. foreign miners were treated unfairly D. lawlessness and disorder were rampant I kinda don't really

    asked by Jordan
  20. Social Studies

    19. Select a new deal program that helped improve the lives of South Carolinians. explain what the program improved and how it helped the people of South Carolina. 20. Explain how rationing affected the people on the home front during World War II. How did

    asked by a person
  21. Biology

    Calculate the molality and molarity of 16% aqouos methanol by volume density 0.9g/ml

    asked by PREET
  22. Math

    7. Find the mean, median, and mode of the data set. Explain which measure of central tendency best describes the data. pages of homework: 2 2 2 5 3 9 7 3 5 2 8. You are training for a marathon. On the first three days of training, you run for 2, 4, and 5

    asked by Jo
  23. algebra 1

    Decide which part of the quadratic formula tells you whether the quadratic equation can be solved by factoring. −b b2 − 4ac 2a Use the part of the quadratic formula that you chose above and find its value, given the following quadratic equation: 4x^2 +

    asked by Macy
  24. Bose gases, quantum physics.

    A hypothetical gas consists of four indistinguishable particles. Each particle may sit in one of five allowed quantum states, with energies ε,3ε,5ε,7ε and 9ε. Assume that the total energy of the gas is fixed at 16ε. (a) If the particles are bosons:

    asked by Anon
  25. physics

    Calculate the total energy of 2.0 kg object moving horizontally at 10 m/s 50meters above the surface.

    asked by Anonymous
  26. Algebra 1

    1.18x^2 + 6 + 4x - 15x^2 - 4 + 13x 2. 2x^2 + 8 - 4x + 3x - 6x^2 + 7

    asked by Mr.SisterFister
  27. ELA

    Identify the gerund phrase. A) Flying a kite can be fun. a kite can be fun is underlined B) Flying a kite can be fun. flying a kite is underlined C) Flying a kite can be fun. flying a kite can be underlined D) Flying a kite can be fun. can be fun is

    asked by I am 13
  28. science

    When scientists present research findings to other scientists, what should they do? (Select all that apply) use technical jargon to ensure descriptions are precise present information in a very wordy fashion describe the materials and methods used in

    asked by Bri
  29. science

    Which option accurately describes scientific theories? (Select all that apply.) have withstood the testing of a number of scientists through a number of investigations are descriptions of phenomena that can be observed to consistently happen over and over

    asked by Bri
  30. Physics

    A block of mass M is hanging from a string of length L at velocity vb1. A bullet (mass b) is shot at the block. It passes through the block with a velocity of vb2. As a result, the block swings upwards and comes to a stop at an angle of α above the

    asked by orange
  31. english

    Do you think that Orwell's use of allegory rhetorically is successful? Answer:a. I think that Orwell’s use of allegory rhetorically is successful because Animal Farm is a figurative representation of the Russian Revolution depicting what went wrong when

    asked by sue
  32. computer

    With a word processor, you can create all of the following EXCEPT __________. a brochure a book manuscript a database a letter C?

    asked by Bri
  33. Language Arts

    "President Lincoln's Declaration of Emancipation, January 1, 1863 by Frances E. W. Harper It shall flash through coming ages, It shall light the distant years; And eyes now dim with sorrow Shall be brighter through their tears It shall flush the mountain

    asked by Camd3n
  34. math

    Data and Graphs Unit Test The list below shows the number of magazines a bookstore sold each day during one week. 5, 6, 8, 9, 6, 10, 7 What is the median number of magazines sold during the week? (1 point) 6 7 9 10

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  35. computer

    Creating, editing, and printing documents is the function of __________. a database program all computer applications a keyboard a word processor program A?

    asked by Bri
  36. english

    How is Orwell's Animal Farm an allegory? Answer: Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegory because there are two political overtones within this story. On the surface you have a story that depicts a tale of a society of animals that shape into a dictatorial

    asked by sue
  37. english

    what are the rhetorical components of the allegory in Animal Farm? Answer:a. The rhetorical components of this allegory consist of ethos, which deals with beliefs, morals, and credibility. Another rhetorical components deals with logos which can be seen in

    asked by sue
  38. Business math

    Debts of $500 due two months ago and $900 due in nine months are to be settled by two equal payments, one at the end of three months and another at the end of six months. Find the size of the payment using a) the present as the focal date, b) the end of

    asked by melon
  39. finance

    You have a credit card with an APR of 24%. The minimum payment is 5% of the outstanding balance (but no less than $20). Suppose you have $2000 on the card and you decide to stop charging and pay it off using the minimum payment each month. Use a

    asked by Diane
  40. Social Studies

    How did the location of Constantinople help it grow wealthy and prosperous?

    asked by Susan
  41. Geometry

    A rectangle is 15 inches long and 6 inches wide. What is the area of the rectangle?

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  42. Physic (gravity acceleration and angular velocity)

    Question Four A simple pendulum is used in a physics laboratory experiment to obtain an experimental value for the gravitational acceleration, g . A student measures the length of the pendulum to be 0.510 meters, displaces it 10 o from the equilibrium

    asked by Jay Peels
  43. math

    In the first quarter of a year, a company’s records showed that 68% of its sales employees missed no work and 76% of its sales employees made their sales quota for the quarter. Of the sales employees who missed no work, 87% made their sales quota for the

    asked by Evans
  44. english

    What are the rhetorical components of this allegory? Answer:a. The rhetorical components of this allegory consist of ethos, which deals with beliefs, morals, and credibility. Another rhetorical components deals with logos which can be seen in the story

    asked by sue
  45. stasticstics

    Blue Nile University recently conducted a survey of undergraduate students in order to gather information about the usage of the library. The population for this study included all 4000 undergraduate students enrolled in the university. The library

    asked by kuba
  46. science

    Which options accurately identify an issue that could arise if no ethical guidelines were in place to guide the way research studies are presented to the public? (Select all that apply) The publishers of journals could charge whatever fee they wanted for

    asked by Bri
  47. science

    Read the scenario. In order to present a documentary about the safety of genetically modified organisms and their use in food, a television crew plans to devote an equal amount of time to filming two aspects of this issue: scientists and their research on

    asked by Bri
  48. earth science

    An atom of element A has 75 protons. What would the element's atomic number be?

    asked by laura
  49. earth science

    If the mass of a material is 76 grams and the volume of the material is 23 cm3, what would the density of the material be?

    asked by laura
  50. Math

    I am reposting a problem, I wrote it wrong A rectangular prism has a volume of 6.84m 3 cubed and a height of 1.2m . What is the area of the base of the prism? Do I divide 6.84 by 1.2? If so 5.7 the correct answer Or am I doing wrong????

    asked by Cheyenne
  51. math

    Solve the inequality. d - 6> -4

    asked by Puppy
  52. finance

    4. Alternatively you decide the most you can afford in a monthly payment for a home is $750. You plan on taking out a 30 year loan for 4%. How much can you borrow? What is the total amount of home you can afford? (assume the $20000 down payment listed

    asked by Diane
  53. finance

    You would like to buy a Mazda Miata Convertible for a purchase price of $27,500. You will take out a loan for the entire amount. a. You have excellent credit so you can secure a loan at 5% APR for 3 years. What is your monthly payment? How much will you

    asked by Diane
  54. science

    Which option correctly describes scientific rationalism? Natural wonders can be explained by using logical physical explanations. Natural wonders are not worth using scientific principles to test. Natural wonders lie outside the realm of science. Some

    asked by Bri
  55. Business math

    A man borrowed $1,000 on May 1,1999 and agreed to repay the money plus 8% interest in six months. Two months after the money was borrowed, the creditor agreed to settle the debt by discounting it at the simple interest rate of 9%. How much did the creditor

    asked by melon
  56. math

    The average mass of a man in an office is 85 kg with standard deviation 12 kg. The average mass of a woman in the office is 68 kg with standard deviation 8 kg. The empty lift has a mass of 500 kg. What is the expectation and standard deviation of the total

    asked by Anonymous
  57. math

    Jolie pedometer that shows she has walked 1 428 350 paces so far this year. Her average pace length is 0.84 metres. How many kilometres has Joliet walked so far this year?

    asked by Pam
  58. spanish

    Llena el blanco con el pretérito simple, pretérito perfecto e imperfecto progresivo en modo indicativo del verbo que está en paréntesis. ¿ _____ (haber + comer) ya?

    asked by Anonymous
  59. Math

    Diane asked her dad to buy 18 bottles of soft drink. Each bottle contained 5/4 litres. The glasses they had for the party could hold 1/5 of a litre. How many glasses could be filled from the 18 bottles of soft drink?

    asked by Lea
  60. science

    Which option best defines the way scientists think? They acquire knowledge through a process of critical thinking. They acquire knowledge by confirming known theories. They acquire knowledge through formal debate. They acquire knowledge through consulting

    asked by Bri
  61. english

    How is Orwell's Animal Farm an allegory? Answer:a. Orwell’s Animal Farm is an allegory because there are two political overtones within this story. On the surface you have a story that depicts a tale of a society of animals that shape into a dictatorial

    asked by sue
  62. math

    A debt of $3,000 due six months ago and another $5,000 due in 18 months are to be settled by two equal payments, one at the end of four months and the other at the end of ten months. Find the size of the payments using a) the present as the focal date, b)

    asked by Lula
  63. math

    If the lengths of an object are measured in feet, then the area of the object will be measured in which of the following units of measurement?

    asked by Elita
  64. science

    Which options correctly identify a major method scientists use to make their work known to others? (Select all that apply) presentations at conferences articles in peer-reviewed journals university seminars television and radio appearances C,D?

    asked by Bri
  65. Math

    A rectangular prism has a volume of 6.84m cubed and a height of 1.2 m. What is the area of the base of the prism? Is my answer 5.7 or am I wrong

    asked by Cheyenne
  66. finance

    8. Suppose your Master Card Charges an APR of 16.5%. Your previous statement showed a balance of $600, you made a payment of $200. You then bought $350 worth of electronics, which you charged on your Master Card. Let’s make a spreadsheet a. Suppose in

    asked by Diane
  67. Math

    A woman borrows $1,000 on 1 January 2002 at 16% per annum simple interest. She pays $350 on 12 April 2002, $200 on 10 August 2002 and $400 on 3 October 2002. What is the balance due on 1 January 2003?

    asked by Lula
  68. science

    An element's atomic number is 52. How many electrons would an atom of this element have?

    asked by jessica
  69. History

    Lesson 1: Illinois History Illinois was discovered by Louis Jolliet and Jacques Marquette in the year 1673. 2. Illinois is named after a(n) comes from the tribe of Native Americans living there when the area was first explored by Europeans. 3. Illinois

    asked by JImmy
  70. Math

    A loan of $1,000 is due in 1 year with simple interest at 14 ½% per annum. The debtor pays $200 in 3 months and $400 in 7 months. Find the balance due in 1 year to repay the loan.

    asked by Lula
  71. science

    Define inductive reasoning. using general theories or principals to make predictions about more specific situations answering questions by analyzing specific observations and using them to come to a more general understanding doubting or not accepting

    asked by Bri
  72. History

    how did people react to the great depression

    asked by Marcus
  73. math

    How long will it take $500 to accumulate to $850 at 12% compounded monthly? I got 4.4 Pls do check whether I got it right. Btw is the answer in years or months....I'm confused. Thanks in advance

    asked by melon
  74. Personal Finance-1 question

    Hi, I have a question about personal finance. So I know that a liquid investment is an investment that is easy to turn into cash, and an illiquid investment is one that is hard to turn into cash. But I need an example of a partially-liquid investment. I

    asked by Daniella
  75. earth science

    An element's atomic number is 52. How many electrons would an atom of this element have?

    asked by laura
  76. English/science

    Does it make sense to say the stratosphere is the limit? My group is working on a story for our weather balloon that we're gonna launch next week

    asked by Mariah
  77. math

    Rozilan needs $6,000 in three years’ time. Now, he saves $3,000 in an account that pay 7% per annum simple interest. Find the amount that he must save two years from now so that he can accumulate the $6,000.

    asked by melon