Questions Asked on
August 30, 2018

  1. Social studies

    Which statement best describes the relationship between the Tudor and parliament

    asked by Why
  2. S.S

    What was the name of the illegal land deal in which Georgia legislators accepted bribes from land companies in exchange for the right to purchase millions of acres of Georgia territory? A.the Georgia Land Grab B.the Trail of Tears* C.the Yazoo land fraud

    asked by Joseph
  3. Algebra

    If the price of an item increases from p1 to p2 over a period of n years, the annual rate of inflation can be modeled by i = (p2/p1)^1/n -1 In 1945, the average value of a home was $3000. In 2012 the average value was $200,000. What was the rate of

    asked by anonymous
  4. social studies

    1: Which term refers to the type of buying and selling that takes place within a country? A. free trade B. international trade C. productivity D. domestic trade 2: Why do countries trade goods and services? A. because they want to reduce interdependence B.

    asked by BlackWeb
  5. physics

    A student places her 500 g physics book on a frictionless table. She pushes the book against a spring, compressing the spring by 4.0 cm, then releases the book. What is the book’s speed as it slides away? The spring constant is 1250 N/m. 1

    asked by anonymus
  6. physical education

    the way in which your emotions affect your physical overall health is part of ?

    asked by tyanna
  7. physics

    A 44-kg girl stands on a 7-kg wagon holding two 15.0-kg weights. She throws the weights horizontally off the back of the wagon at a speed of 9.5 m/s relative to herself. Assuming that the wagon was at rest initially, what is the speed of the girl after she

    asked by anonymus
  8. Math

    If Gasp cigarettes have 5 mG tar and 0.4 mG nicotine per cigarette and there are 20 cigarettes per pack, how many packs of cigarettes would have to be smoked to coat your lungs with 8 oz of tar? How many packs would you have to smoke to coat you lungs with

    asked by FireTruck
  9. Social Studies

    How are equal-area projections of Earth inaccurate? A. There are distortions near the center of the map. B. Directions and the shapes of the landmasses are distorted. C. This projection does not show true sizes. D. Areas close to the poles are

    asked by hi
  10. S.S

    Which of the following was an event leading to the removal of Creeks and Cherokees in Georgia? (Choose all that apply.) A.the Treaty of Washington B.the Treaty of Ghent C.the Treaty of New Echota D.the addition of Florida as a U.S. territory* I think it is

    asked by Joseph
  11. science

    A car has a kinetic energy of 1.9 × 103 joules. If the velocity of the car is decreased by half, what is its kinetic energy?

    asked by Anonymous
  12. Science

    if abby wants to tell her friend to meet her somewhere, what theme of geography would she need to know?

    asked by die
  13. life orientation

    how the fraud and corruption affected the offenders career

    asked by lebo
  14. economic

    give the demand curve of the monopolist Q=30-.3p and function:C=2Q²+20Q+10,find the profit maximizing level of output & price

    asked by sintayehu
  15. physics

    An archer fires an arrow, which produces a muffled "thwok" sound after it hits a target. The archer hears the "thwok" exactly 3.0 s after firing the arrow and the average speed of the arrow is 32 m/s. Find the distance sepa­rating the archer and the

    asked by dakota
  16. Geography (7th)

    Drag the word to the description it matches. What is the difference between climate and weather? day-to-day conditions, long-term conditions, average rainfall, current rainfall, annual snowfall, today's snowfall. Climate Day to Day Conditions, Long Term

    asked by Oof
  17. chemistry

    1. the diameter of a carbon atom is 0.000 000 000 000 154 m. what is the number expressed in the scientific notation? a) 1.54x10^12m b) 1.54x10^-12m c) 1.54x10^10 d) 1.54x10^-10 2. what is the result of multiplying 2.5x10^10 by 3.5x10^-7 a) 8.75x10^-3 b)

    asked by david
  18. Math

    Consider the monomials 15x^2, y^2, and 6x^3 a. Factor the monomials. b. What factors of these monomials are common factors? c. Find the greatest common factor of 15x^2, y^2, and 6x^3

    asked by Cam
  19. Math

    The shot used in men’s shot put has a volume of about 905 cubic centimeters. With V = (4/3) pi r^3 i need help to find the radius of the shot with the formula. is the shape supposed to be a cylinder ?

    asked by anonymous
  20. physics

    A brick mason is on a steep roof repairing a chimney and drops a brick. If the brick slides down the roof and leaves the edge of the roof with the velocity v = (1.00 m/s)î − [(6.00 m/s) + (9.80 m/s2)t]ĵ, determine the displacement of the brick from the

    asked by Anonymous
  21. Science

    which of the following is a valid reason why a scientist might reject a scientific theory A: some people disagree with it B: it covers to board a topic C: new evidence contains it D: it is too old

    asked by Anonymous
  22. math

    How can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern?

    asked by erica
  23. Math

    You are making balloon arrangements for a birthday party. There are 16 white balloons and 24 red balloons. Each arrangement must be identical. What is the greatest number of arrangements you can make using every balloon?

    asked by Jovi
  24. social studies

    Which term refers to the type of buying and selling that takes place within a country a free trade b international trade c productivity d domestic trade

    asked by l\ol
  25. Math please help

    Determine the sign of your answer then find the sum or difference. (-10)+1 A.-9 B.-11 C.9 D.11

    asked by Avery
  26. Social Studies

    There are eight features that civilizations all have in common. Pretend there is a public works project to be done, such as a road to be built or wall to protect the city. How might four other features of civilization be involved in this public works

    asked by kaleb
  27. Math

    The Mega Middle School cafeteria has small square tables that seat one person on each side. How many of these tables must be pushed together to make one long table that seats 18 people?

    asked by BAM
  28. social studies

    which factors affect the price of a smartphone app

    asked by Anonymous
  29. Geometry

    A circle has a centre at (3,5). The point (3,8) is on the circle. What is the circumference of the circle to the nearest tenth?

    asked by Help...
  30. Math

    Which fraction equals a repeating decimal? a) 5/80 b) 11/88 c) 17/85 d) 18/81

    asked by Denise
  31. Algebra

    A driver averaged 60 miles per hour on a road trip from Santa Cruz to Los Angeles which is nearly 300 miles away. The average speed for going was x and the average speed for returning was y. (Hint: a 600 mile trip averaging 60 miles per hour means 10 total

    asked by anonymous
  32. maths

    Rebecca need 10 1/2 yard to make a quilt of fabric that is 2 1/2 yards and another piece of fabric that is 4 1/4 yard how many more yard of fabric does Rebecca need to make the quilt

    asked by isaac
  33. Algebra

    A woman has a total of $7,000 to invest. She invests part of the money in an account that pays 7% per year and the rest in an account that pays 12% per year. If the interest earned in the first year is $640, how much did she invest in each account?

    asked by Keonn'a Tarvin
  34. Geometry

    A circle has a centre at (3,5). The point (3,8) is on the circle. What is the circumference of the circle to the nearest tenth?

    asked by Help...
  35. physics

    Two 21.0 kg ice sleds are placed a short distance apart, one directly behind the other, as shown in the figure. A 3.42 kg cat, initially standing on sled 1, jumps across to sled 2 and then jumps back to sled 1. Both jumps are made at a horizontal speed of

    asked by anonymus
  36. Algebra

    3ab^2 3a^2 b -------------- * ------------- 4ab 4a

    asked by James
  37. Math

    A mechanic's ruler uses decimal parts of an inch instead of fractions. The ruler reads decimals to the ten-thousandths place. What decimal would the mechanic look for on the ruler to see if a part was 3/8 inch in diameter?

    asked by Desmond
  38. physics

    Niagara Falls are 50m high. Calculate the potential energy of 5kg of water at the top,relative to the bottom. What is the kinetic energy of this water just before it reaches the bottom, and what happens to the bottom, and what to the energy after the

    asked by Princewill
  39. Math

    A piece of ribbon 25m long is cut into pieces of equal length.Is it possible to get a piece with irrational length?Explain.

    asked by Mark Anthony
  40. Calc

    As I solve this problem, it is undefined. Can you explain how you get 3 or 0. One of this is the answer but I'm not sure. lim as y approaches 0 6x^2 (cot y) (csc2y): A. 3 B. 0

    asked by Dina
  41. chemistry

    n order to determine the concentration of bivalent nickel in environmental samples we can use the complexometric titration. A 100 mL sample containing Ni2 + was treated with 50 mL of 0.02 mol / L EDTA solution complexing all Ni2 + solution and leaving an

    asked by wallace
  42. physics

    A radioactive nucleus of uranium-235 (mU = 235 u) decays spontaneously to thorium-231 by emitting an alpha particle (nucleus of a helium atom, symbolised α). The α particle (mα = 4.00 u) has kinetic energy 4.60 MeV. What is the kinetic energy of the

    asked by anonymus
  43. Life orientation

    Define inhumane farming methods

    asked by Ndzalama Rekotso
  44. physics

    wo blocks with masses m1 = 1.4 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are at rest on a frictionless surface with a compressed spring between them. The spring is initially compressed by 60.0 cm and has negligible mass. When both blocks are released simultaneously and the

    asked by anonymus
  45. Math

    3ab^2/4ab , 3a^2 b /4a can someone write these in simplest form?

    asked by James
  46. texas history

    How does sequencing events on a timeline help historians? It allows them to consider events with specific dates. It helps them consider events outside of their time periods. ***It helps them understand the places where events occurred.

    asked by Doni bobes
  47. chemistry

    Calculate the amount of hydrogen atoms in 0.75 mol of water molecules

    asked by wallace
  48. Physics

    Two force meters connected to each other and one end of them is fixed to the wall. The free end of them is pulled horizontally with a force of 10 N. What is the magnitude of the force on each meter? A. The pulled one show 0 N the other 10 N. B. Both read 5

    asked by Yonas
  49. physics

    An aircraft uses a rocket-assisted takeoff unit (RATO) that is capable of discharging 49.0 kg of gas in 15.0 s with an exhaust velocity of 1300 m/s. The 3000 kg aircraft, on an ordinary takeoff without RATO, requires a distance of 440 m to reach a lift-off

    asked by anonymus
  50. Physics

    A car slows down uniformly from a speed of 29.0 m/s to rest in 8.00s. How far does it travel in that time. - - I know that the equation is X = X0 + V0(t) + .5(at^2) I cant remeber where to put what numbers though. Thanks for the help!

    asked by olive
  51. physics

    wo blocks with masses m1 = 1.4 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are at rest on a frictionless surface with a compressed spring between them. The spring is initially compressed by 60.0 cm and has negligible mass. When both blocks are released simultaneously and the

    asked by anonymus
  52. physics

    A 22.0-kg body is moving in the direction of the positive x axis with a speed of 359 m/s when, owing to an internal explosion, it breaks into three pieces. One part, whose mass is 6.5 kg, moves away from the point of explosion with a speed of 387 m/s along

    asked by anonymus
  53. physics

    n aircraft uses a rocket-assisted takeoff unit (RATO) that is capable of discharging 49.0 kg of gas in 15.0 s with an exhaust velocity of 1300 m/s. The 3000 kg aircraft, on an ordinary takeoff without RATO, requires a distance of 440 m to reach a lift-off

    asked by anonymus
  54. Math

    Write an expression to represent 4 more than the product of 3 and a number X

    asked by Jenna
  55. American Government

    What was the significance of the Magna Carta?

    asked by Mya
  56. Algebra

    You playing a board game. All even numbers are positive, and all odd numbers are negative.a positive number indicates forward movement and a negative number indicates backward movement. During your last 10 turns you have gone back 90 spaces.if you spun the

    asked by Kaito
  57. physics

    A bullet of mass m = 0.025 kg is fired with a speed of vi = 94.00 m/s and hits a block of mass M = 2.10 kg supported by two massless strings. The bullet emerges from the right side of the block with a speed of vf = 47.00 m/s. Find the height to which the

    asked by anonymus
  58. math

    list some equivalent forms of -x+3/6x-11 please helpppppppp!!!!!!! :(

    asked by Andrea
  59. Biology

    Which one of the following processes requires free forms of thymine containing nucleotides? A. DNA replication B. RNA synthesis C. Protein synthesis D. Starch synthesis E. Cellulose synthesis

    asked by Yonas
  60. Human Anatomy

    Which ones are odd numbered organs in the human excretory system? A. Bladder and urethra B. Ureter, bladder and urethra C. Only the urethra D. Bladder and ureter E. Ureter and urethra

    asked by Yonas
  61. 11th Grade Earth and Life Science

    PLEASE,elaborate John Dalton's statement,"all living things are made up of cells".

    asked by Shiela
  62. Algebra

    Identify the pattern and find the next number in the pattern -48,-24,-12,-6 answers are -3, 0, 2, 3

    asked by Random girl
  63. chemistry

    the mass of anhydrous copper two sulfate is 7.9g. if one mole weighs 159.5g, how many moles of the compound are present?

    asked by Dominick
  64. english

    identify the climax a boy sees a snake lying still in the road. he bends close to look at it. suddenly, the snake moves. the boy jumps back.

    asked by Anonymous
  65. Math

    A construction company employs technicians and artisans. One a certain day 4 technicians and artisans were hired and paid a total of sh 9000. On another day the firm hired 4 technicians and 1 artisans and paid a total of sh 9500. Calculate the cost of

    asked by Kd
  66. science

    what does H2O stand for?

    asked by chriss
  67. Math

    0 Seventy minus the product of 8 and a number is 86. Write the verbal sentence as an equation. Then solve the equation

    asked by Jess
  68. algebra

    A woman owns a small, cash-only business in a state that requires her to charge 7% sales tax on each item she sells. At the beginning of the day, she has $210 in the cash register. At the end of the day, she has $1,173.00 in the register. How much money

    asked by Keonn'a
  69. chemistry

    1. the diameter of a carbon atom is 0.000 000 000 000 154 m. what is the number expressed in the scientific notation? a) 1.54x10^12m b) 1.54x10^-12m c) 1.54x10^10 d) 1.54x10^-10 2. what is the result of multiplying 2.5x10^10 by 3.5x10^-7 a) 8.75x10^-3 b)

    asked by david
  70. Math

    √√2-1/√2+1

    asked by Anonymous
  71. Math

    (-1.15) • 3.5 need help how I got it

    asked by Help
  72. Algebra

    what is two ways to simplify the two problems? problem 1: (-4m^2 n^2)^3 * (2m^3 n)^-1 solution 1: -(32n^5/m^9) Solution 2: ? problem 2: (x^-(1/2) y^3)^-2/ xy^(1/3) * x^2 y^-4 solution 1: 1/x^2y^(7/2) solution 2: ?

    asked by anonymous
  73. math

    the charge for telephone call ,t,partly constant and partly varies with the number n of call. the bill for 420 units of call is 806,while the bill for 200units is 410 A)calculate the charge for 460 unit of electricity B)find a formula for T

    asked by moshoodibrahim
  74. physics

    Two blocks with masses m1 = 1.4 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are at rest on a frictionless surface with a compressed spring between them. The spring is initially compressed by 60.0 cm and has negligible mass. When both blocks are released simultaneously and the

    asked by anonymus
  75. Math

    what rational expression will fit each of the descriptions? a. Contains 2 vertical asymptotes. b. Contains a Horizontal asymptote of 3. c. Contains no vertical asymptotes but has a hole at x=2. d. Contains a horizontal asymptote of 1, vertical asymptotes

    asked by anonymous
  76. Math

    The education of a curve is given as y = 2x^3 -9/2 x^2 -15x + 3. Find the value of y when x = 2

    asked by Kd
  77. Human Anatomy

    Which one is the anatomical blind spot? A. It is an area for acuity vision. B. It is an area where rods are located. C. It is an area where cones are located. D. It is an area where blood vessels and the optic nerve pierces the retina. E. It is the

    asked by Yonas
  78. math

    A set M=(1,2,......100) is divided into seven subsets with no number in 2 or more subsets. Show that at least one subset either contains four numbers a,b,c, and d such that a+b = c+d or three number p,q and r such that p+q=2r

    asked by Anonymous
  79. Math

    What is the sum of the first 16 terms of the AS 11,15,15,33...? Find the last term of the general term and S16. A. An B. General term C. S16

    asked by Mila
  80. life orientation

    what are the factors in which harmful substances could contaminate food

    asked by Archibold Zele
  81. Algebra

    5. What property is being shown? 5+(6+3)=(5+6)+3

    asked by Untold Secrets </3
  82. Algebra

    5. What property is being shown? 5+(6+3)=(5+6)+3

    asked by Untold Secrets </3
  83. english

    where in julius Caesar does brutus say he joined the conspiracy for rome?

    asked by T
  84. math

    (-1.15) * 3.2 Please help me I have to use steps also

    asked by Leyla
  85. chemistry

    Acids that react with metals and examples

    asked by Anolyne
  86. chemistry

    Acids that react with metals and examples

    asked by Anolyne
  87. chemistry

    Acids that react with metals and examples

    asked by Anolyne
  88. chemistry

    Acids that react with metals and examples

    asked by Anolyne
  89. Math

    Decide whether the numbers are relatively prime. If not, find the greatest common factor. 19, 299

    asked by Nora
  90. math

    A set M=(1,2,......100) is divided into seven subsets with no number in 2 or more subsets. Show that at least one subset either contains four numbers a,b,c, and d such that a+b = c+d or three number p,q and r such that p+q=2r

    asked by Anonymous
  91. Science

    A scientist hypothesis must be A: correct B: able to be manipulated C: able to be controlled D: able to be tested

    asked by Anonymous