# Questions Asked onJune 7, 2018

1. ## Math

Burton Bush wants to retire in Arizona when he is 80 years of age. Burton, who is now 55, believes he will need \$400,000 to retire comfortably. To date, he has set aside no retirement money. If he gets an interest rate of 6% compounded annually, he will

2. ## Statistics

Solve this statistic question? A survey of 250 lobster fishermen found that they catch an average of 32.0 pounds of lobster per day with a standard deviation of 4.0 pounds. If a random sample of 36 lobster fishermen is selected, what is the probability

3. ## physics

what will be the resistance of a metal wire of length 2m and area of cross section 1.55×10 power -6 m square is the resistivity is the metal be 2.8×10 power -8 ohm m

4. ## Statistics

Retired workers and disabled workers both receive Social Security benefits. What information would we need to test the claim that the difference in monthly benefits between the two groups is greater than \$30 at the 0.05 level of significance? Write out the

5. ## chemistry

Carbon disulfide (CS2) undergoes a single displacement reaction with O2 to form CO2. If 100 grams of CS2 reacts with 38 grams of O2, what will the limiting reagent be? CS2 + O2 CO2 + 2S carbon disulfide (CS2) carbon dioxide (CO2) oxygen (O2) sulfur (S)

6. ## Chemistry

Quantum numbers arise naturally from the mathematics used to describe the possible states of an electron in an atom. The four quantum numbers, the principal quantum number (n), the angular momentum quantum number (ℓ), the magnetic quantum number (mℓ),

7. ## world history

Why did Germany and Japan place the blame on other countries for their economic downturns during the Great Depression, and how did this inevitably lead to the Second World War?

8. ## Algebra

The sale price of apples at a local grocery store is \$1.35 for the first kind and \$1.10 for each additional pound. Which function rule shows how the cost of apples,y, depends on the number of pounds, x?

9. ## algebra

Task 2: Non-Linear System of Equations Create a system of equations that includes one linear equation and one quadratic equation. Part 1: Show all work to solving your system of equations algebraically. Part 2: Graph your system of equations, and show the

10. ## chemistry 2

CaCl2, NaCl, and sugar derived from beet juice are all commonly used in winter to melt ice on streets. At the same molality, which of these would be most effective at this task and why?

11. ## science

In astronomy the term perihelion refers to the point in the orbit of an asteroid, comet, or planet when it is closest to the sun. Aphelion refers to the point when the object is farthest away from the sun. research facts about the dwarf planet Ceres.

12. ## History

How did the argument between the eastern orthodox church and the roman catholic church end? PLZ HELP!!

13. ## Science

one of the properties of matter is density. density is defined as the mass per unit of volume of a substance. a substance that is more dense than another has more mass for the same volume than the other substance. Density of gases : chlorine-3.21,

14. ## History

how did catholic mission school negatively impacted native Americans. pls give me like one or two sentences or explain pls

15. ## Statistics

There are several advantages of using a paired t-test. Since the same subjects are being tested in each of the varying conditions, those subjects serve as their own control. This is a major advantage as you need not consider potential differences between

16. ## Math

The effective rate of a 25,000 Non-interest-bearing simple discount 10% 90-day Note is A) 10.26% B)10.62% c)10.8% d)10%

17. ## chemistry

Some radioactive nuclides have very short half-lives, for example, I-31 has a half-life of approximately 8 days. Pu-234, by comparison has a half-life of 24,000 years. Explain why both of these examples are dangerous, even though their half-lives are very

18. ## Physics

If the bat emits a sound at a frequency of 80.0 kHz and hears it reflected at a frequency of 83.3 kHz while traveling at a speed of 3.9 m/s , calculate the speed of the insect. So using the doppler effect I got that 1.04=(344+3.9)/(344-vbug) This is

19. ## English

1. Do you have a blue pen, Tom? 2. Sure, I have a lot of them. [Is #2 correct? Does 'them' refer to 'blue pens'? 3. Do you like the color blue? 4. Do you like blue? 5. Do you like the blue color? [Which one is not grammatical of the three?]

20. ## math

At your school, the building is 20 feet tall, a tree's height is 252 inches, and the flagpole is 6 yards high. Which of the three objects casts the longest shadow?

21. ## English

Five things considered as media in journalism?

22. ## Vectors

How much work is done by the orderly pushing a 85 kg person up a 5 m ramp inclined at an angle of 15° to the horizontal? I did W = (85)(9.8)(5)cos15, but to get the correct answer you are supposed to use (85)(9.8)(5)sin15 instead. Why do we have to use

23. ## Math

The percentage method aids in calculating a)SUTA B)FICA C)FUTA D)FIT

24. ## Social Studies

8.Which of the following best describes changes in the population of Washington over the last 200 years? Cultural diversity has increased due to migration and immigration. A.The Native American population has not changed locations. B.Immigration from

25. ## Maths

In how many ways can a comittee of 3 women and 4 men be chosen from 8 women and 7 men if two particular women refuse to serve on the committe together? Answer is 1750 but I have no clue how to get to it

26. ## Algebra

\$3000 invested at an apr of 5% for 7 years

27. ## Maths

A 4 digit number is to be selected at random from the numbers 0 to 9 with no repetition of digits. How many arrangements can there be? I keep getting 5040 by doing 10 x 9 x 8 x 7 but the answers say 4536 ways. I dont know what I am doing wrong.

28. ## Social Studies

3. How did the grand coulee dam change economic activity in Washington? A. it encouraged the growth of new, water-intensive farming. B. it promoted a shift away from manufacturing toward extractive industries. C.it reduced the amount of arable land

29. ## chemistry

which is a better cleansing agent, a 70% alcohol or a 40% alcohol?

30. ## English

1. She is busy from Monday to Friday. 2. She is busy Monday to Friday. [Are both okay? Can we use #2?]

31. ## math

Write each polar equation in rectangular form if possible, or describe its shape in words if an equation is impossible. theta = 210 degrees

32. ## math

if a man jobs 3 1/2 miles in 3/4 of an hour, how far can he jog in one hour?

33. ## Chemistry

Potassium chlorate decomposes according to the following equation: 2KCIO3(s)= 2KCl(s) + 3O2(g) what volume of a gas can be produced by the decomposition of 12.6g of potassium chlorate measured under the following conditions? a) at STP b) at SATP

34. ## physics

A large bar magnet (mass of 0.4 kg) exerts a 5 N force on a small bar magnet (mass of 0.1 kg) located 20 cm away. Calculate the force exerted by the small bar magnet on the large one.

35. ## Maths

A string of beads is made up of 5 orange and 5 black beads. If they are randomly arranged around the necklace, how many possible combinations are there? These questions always get me. Anyway thanks to anyone who helps

36. ## Social Studies

What Washington industries have experienced the most growth in recent decades because of technological innovation? Select all that apply. (4 po coal mining video games computer software fish hatcheries food canning genetic engineering grape farming lumber

37. ## Maths

How can 15 chocolates be divided among 6 members equally ??

38. ## chem

A student uses (2.1000x10^-1) grams of oxalic acid dihydrate. Her titration required (2.63x10^1) mL of NaOH to reach the endpoint. What is the M of her NaOH solution. Put in scientific notation w/ 3 sig figs. How would you do this through dimensional

39. ## Ethics

What would be an example of Involuntary euthanasia?

40. ## English

I have to find a problem with this argument if there is one. Is there a problem with the argument? : Dr. Jack Kevorkian helped people that were terminally ill. He helped them by ending their suffering by ending their lives the way the patients wanted. The

41. ## physics

One coulomb of charge passes through a point in an electric circuit every ten seconds. What is the current of the circuit?

42. ## science

What is the difference between Light and Sound and what are the same. write sentences

43. ## Math

solve simultaneous equation,* *4m=(9-n)²* *4n=(3-m)²* Show workings

44. ## Social Studies

7. Which of the following is a way that Native Americans in Washington have become more economically self-sufficient? 1.canoe journeys from Vancouver Island **** 2.relocation of reservations near urban centers 3.fishing and gaming operations, such as

45. ## math

How to pick lottery nos

46. ## English

1. She will stay up late studying hard. 2. She will stay up till late studying hard. 3. She will stay up until late studying hard. 4. She will stay up late while studying hard. 5. She will stay up late while she study hard. 6. She will stay up late while

47. ## English

1. He is eating too much. What will happen to him? 2. He will vomit everything he ate. 3. He will throw up what he ate. 4. He will go to the bathroom to take a dump. 5. He will go to the bathroom to take a !@#\$%^&. 6. He will go to the bathroom to

48. ## English

What will the club do at the school festival next month? 1. It will perform at the school festival. 2. They will perform at the school festival. [Which answer is correct? Do we have to use 'it' or 'they' in this case?]

49. ## math

find the first and the 15 ters of an arithmetic sequence whose fifth term is -1 and ninth term is 11.

50. ## Geometry

Hello! I am just wondering the steps to solve this equation? Given sin α = n/m where n = 12 inches and m = 16 inches, solve for α to the nearest degree. So it would be Sin(a) = 12/16, however, I'm unsure on how to solve for the degree a. Any help is

51. ## Chemistry

How many miles of solute are required to make 90 liters of a 9.0 M solution? A).010 mol B)81 mol C) 100mol D) 91 Mol

52. ## Chemistry

What is the concentration of salt in some optical saline solution if 4.0 miles of sodium chloride, NaCl, are dissolved in a total of 3 liters of solution? A) 98 M B) 81 M C) 2M D) 6M

53. ## math

55. there are 3.75 pounds of tomatoes. the one you plan to buy is \$3.79/lb.  How much will it cost?

54. ## English

For once I finished early. A. subject–verb B. subject–verb–direct object *** C. subject–verb–indirect object–direct object Am i correct?