Questions Asked on
October 4, 2018

  1. social studies

    Why do Jewish people study the Talmud and Hebrew Bible? A. Studying sacred writings is one of the Ten Commandments. B. These works were handed down from Moses. C. These works describe the history of Judaism to the present day. D. These works are the basis

  2. Social studies

    Help

  3. English

    1. Choose the answer that best matches the word in italics. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the word, if necessary. The decorations were reminiscent of autumn leaves. (1 point) leftovers made reminders symbolic 2. Choose the answer that best

  4. World History

    Drag the geographical features that helped Rome flourish to the box. 2.mountains plateaus 3.plains 1.rivers desert

  5. geography

    which field of research answers questions about how people lived in different places at different times by focusing on human development and culture? a. archaeology b. anthropology* c. geology d. history

  6. History

    What was one way the Inca unified their empire? A) They built a powerful army to defend the empire. B) They allowed conquered people to elect rulers. C) They forced conquered people to use their language. D) they forced their religion on conquered people.

  7. Math

    Which is another name for 23 ten thousands?

  8. biology

    Why can’t the producers in some ecosystems make an unlimited supply of organic material? Temperatures are too hot for photosynthesis Too many carnivores eat the producers Energy needed to make organic material is lost as heat One or more utrients is in

  9. Chemistry

    Why alkyl chloride is not friendly to environment

  10. Physics

    If a person weighs 818 N on earth and 5320 N on the surface of a nearby planet, what is the acceleration due to gravity on that planet? A. 55.4 m/s^2 B. 46.5 m/s^2 C. 63.7 m/s^2 D. 73.3 m/s^2 Help!!

  11. Physics

    If a cow's mass is 391 kg and a car's mass is 425 kg. what is the difference of their weight? A. 340 N B. 325 N C. 318 N D. 333 N

  12. math

    After being exposed to an electromagnetic shrinking machine, Joe's height decreased by 120 cm over 1.5 seconds. His height decreased by the same amount each second. How much did Joe's height change each second?

  13. Algebra

    Solving compound inequality 4x-9

  14. math

    Tommy had a bag of 100 balloons.he took out 2 red balloons and 1 blue balloon for each party favor.He created 12 party favors how many balloons did Tommy have left

  15. math

    517.3 km = __ m.

  16. Geography

    21. what is the role of the government in a mixed economy? 22.how does the tilt of the earths axis and it’s movement around the sun play a part in the changing of the seasons in the northern hemisphere?

  17. Social Studies

    1.What was the initial purpose of the constitutional conversation A. To write the constitution B. To Amend the constitution C.to amend the articles of confederation D. To ratify the constitution My answer C 2. What fundamental problem did Noah Webster see

  18. social studies

    which of the following were advantages of the British in the revolutionary war? select all that apply. 1)knowledge of local geography 2)large quantities of supplies 3)a large navy 4)efficient communication

  19. Science

    Science matter and energy unit test conections academy please help

  20. Finance

    Rita Gonzales won the $62 million lottery. She is to receive $2.8 million a year for the next 20 years plus an additional lump sum payment of $6 million after 20 years. The discount rate is 14 percent. What is the current value of her winnings?

  21. Physics

    1. If a cat's mass is 1.20 kg, what is its weight in earth? A. 11.9 N B. 12.1 N C. 12.2 N D. 11.8 N Is it D? 2. If a car weighs 6310 N on earth, what is its mass? A. 625 kg B. 663 kg C. 682 kg D. 644 kg Help!!

  22. maths

    A and B entered into partnership with capitals in the ratio 4: 5. After 3 months, A withdrew ¼ of his capital and B withdrew 1/5 of his capital. The gain at the end of 10 months was Rs. 760. A's share in this profit is:

  23. Health

    ______ nutrients that are needed for growth and repair body tissues Carbohydrates Fats Fiber Protein

  24. Physics

    If a rock weighs 783 N on earth, what is its mass? A. 87.0 B. 79.9 C. 78.6 D.77.5 Is it B?

  25. science

    which of these describes a chemical reaction? a. Atoms are created by elements b. Atoms combine to form elements c. Atoms of two or more elements repel each other d. Atoms of two or more elements bond to each other** I’m not sure but i think it’s D

  26. Maths

    The angles of a cyclic quadrilateral are the consecutive terms of arithmetic sequence and one of the angle is 45(degree) What are the measures of other 3 angles

  27. Biology

    The main greenhouse gas is___ A. Carbon Dioxide (My answer) B. Nitrous oxide C. Oxygen D. Methane

  28. physics

    A fireman d = 35.0 m away from a burning building directs a stream of water from a ground-level fire hose at an angle of θi = 28.0° above the horizontal. If the speed of the stream as it leaves the hose is vi = 40.0 m/s, at what height will the stream of

  29. Health

    ______ nutrients that are needed for growth and repair body tissues Carbohydrates Fats Fiber Protein

  30. Physics

    A truck travels up a hill. With a 6.5 incline the truck has a constant speed of 17 m/s what is the horizontal component of the trucks velocity

  31. Trigonometry

    A railroad track is laid along side the arc of a circle of radius 1800 ft. The circular part of the track subtends a central angle of 40 degrees. How long (in seconds) will it take a point on the front of a train traveling 30 mph to go around this portion

  32. Science

    The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram below shows how the brightness, surface temperature, and color of stars are related.Which of these observations of Barnard’s Star is most likely accurate? * 1 point Captionless Image A Barnard’s Star is less bright than

  33. Pre algebra

    A town clock has the minute hand that is 1.5 m long and an hour and that is 1.2 m long what is the approximate distance in meters between the ends of the hand at 9 o’clock/////plz help

  34. Math

    Sound travels about 340 m/s The function d(t)= 340 t gives the distance d(t) in meters that sound travels t seconds how far does sound travel in 40 s

  35. College Physics

    Vector B~ has x, y, and z components of 8.2, 1.8, and 9.6 units, respectively. Calculate the magnitude of B~ .

  36. Social Studies

    How did the Ancient Puebloans adapt to their physical environment? Plz help.

  37. Psychology

    which of the following can help you better remember your experiences Looking at your belongings Asking friends and relatives viewing old photos All of the these**

  38. Social Studies

    Two ways you can amend the Constitution... HELP!!!!!!

  39. biology

    Which is an example of how biotic and abiotic factors interact? a. sunlight increases the temperature of pond water b. water and soil mix together to make mud **** c. tree roots split apart rocks in the ground d. humidity in the air forms

  40. Social Studies

    1.Which of the following was the Catholic Church's response to the development of Protestantism? A. It launched the Reformation. B. It removed the pope as head of the church. C. Its leaders began the Counter-Reformation.** D. It eliminated the Inquisition.

  41. history

    “Here, they are become men: in Europe, they were as so many useless plants...They withered, and were mowed down by want, hunger, and war; but now by the power of transplantation, like all other plants they have taken root.” – from a letter written in

  42. U.S. History

    Which best describes a significant event that occurred during the American Revolutionary War? The Emancipation Proclamation declared the freedom of 3.1 million slaves. James Madison wrote the first 10 amendments of the Constitution, known as the Bill of

  43. Calculus

    Hello, I have a problem that says 'graph the level curve of f(x,y) = sqrt(4 - x^2 - y^2) at c = 0, 1, and 2.' I graphed these and checked my work with the answer in the back of the book. For c=0, I had a circle centered at the origin with radius 2, which I

  44. Math

    Question... what are lower quartiles, inquartile range, and upper quartiles? (Aka Q1, IQR, and Q3.)

  45. Physics

    If a car's mass is 439 kg, what is the weight on earth? A. 4390 N B. 4350 N C. 4300 N D. 4360 N Help! Is it A?

  46. Social Studies

    1.Which artist was associated not only with painting but also with engineering? A. Michelangelo B. Jan van Eyck C. Pieter Bruegel D. Leonardo da Vinci ***

  47. Social Studies

    1.What was the original goal of the leaders of the Reformation? A. to found new Protestant churches*** B. to defend and spread Church teachings throughout the world C. to create a theocracy based on Christian teachings D. to fix corruption and problems in

  48. math

    If m

  49. physics

    A swimmer is capable of swimming at 1.4m/s in still water. Calculate the following. i. How far downstream will he land if he swims directly across 180m wide river? ii. How long will it take him to the other side.

  50. math

    Anna has N300 and ojo has N1860. if Anna saves N50 a day and ojo spends N70 a day, after how many days will they have equal amount?

  51. Algebra

    7x + 2 = 28 + 5x

  52. Social Studies

    How did the Louisiana purchase affect the united states a. it led to war between the united states and Mexico **** b. decreased the size of the united states c. it provided alternative trading routes across the country d. it passed the Indian removal act I

  53. Art

    So I'm doing a Project in Art but I don't know how to describe, Analyze ,Interpret, and Judge my painting. I am not very good at art, also its 8th grade art.

  54. English

    Choose the letter of the word or phrase that best matches the word in italics Tsunamis are less (prevalent) in the Indian Ocean than in the Pacific. A. Mild B. Harmful C. Severe D. Common *My Answer*

  55. English

    1. He enjoys jogging in the morning. 2. He enjoys jogging in Monday morning. 3. He enjoys jogging on Monday morning. [Do we have to use #1 or #3? What about #2?]

  56. English

    1. What did you do on Easter Day? 2. What did you do at Easter? 3. What did you do on Easter? [Don'w we use #3?] 4. We ater turkey on Thanksgiving Day. 5. We ater turkey at Thanksgiving. 6. We ater turkey on Thanksgiving. [What about these sentences? Which

  57. Social studies

    Please help, I need the answers asap 1. How does the natural world control where people settle and how they live? 2. How did Emperor Asoka's achievements reflect the ideals of Buddhism? 3.What are some different ideas about how to run an empire

  58. math(pls help)

    Most giraffe's have a tail that is 36inches long a leopard's tail is usually 3 inches shorter than a giraffe's tail an Asian elephant's tail is 5 inches longer than a leopard's tail how long is the elephant's tail?

  59. Social studies

    1. Witch of the following was a outcone of the russian revolution My awnser: A the bolchevics siezed power 1. How might germany react to the pease agreement during ww I My awnser:A and E 3. Illistrate reasons for conflict between superpowers by dragging

  60. English

    1. We'll see you in the morning on Tuesday, July 14. 2. We'll see you on Tuesday morning, July 14. [Are both okay?] 3. On Christmas, we share love with our family and friends. 4. At Christmas, we share love with our family and friends. 5. On Christmas eve,

  61. Songs

    What are the ABC?

  62. Algebra /Math

    1.3=? Is it 3.97

  63. English

    1. The boys are now at school. 2. The boys are now in class. 3. The boys are now in school. 4. The boys are now learning in class. [Does #1 and #2 and #4 the same in meaning? What about #3? Is #2 the same as #4?]

  64. Math

    An equilateral triangle of side 20cm is inscribed in a circle. Calculate the distance of a side of the triangle from the center of the circle.

  65. Math

    Please someone explain mean absolute deviation and give an example because I have to solve this one question that asks of me to find the mean absolute deviation of 49, 55, 52, 46, 47, 42, and 38 and I don't understand what it is.

  66. Math

    A triangle T with vertices A (2,4), B(6,2), and C(4,8) is mapped onto Triangle T’ with vertices A’(10,0), B’(8,-4) and C’(14,-2) by a rotation. Determine the center and angle of rotation that maps T onto T’.

  67. Physics

    You are in a car that is traveling along a highway at a constant speed of 16 m/s. Suddenly you see a truck also traveling at a constant speed (3.0 m/s) that is on a track to cross your lane from an alley on the right and is moving into your lane (which you

  68. Texas History

    ____________________ contributed to the growth and prosperity of Texas, and helped make the United States a leading oil producer in the world. A.Agriculture B.Explorers (C).Spindletop D.Climate

  69. Geography

    in the article "orphans give couple will to live" mr and mrs Paramesvaran have sixteen children living in their home because A. Three of their children died in the tsunami B. They did not lose a single child to the tsunami C. Their children died they

  70. Chemistry

    When the name of an anion that is part of an acid ends in -ite, the acid name includes the suffix _____. A. -ous B. -ic *** C. -ate D. -ite Can someone please, please check my answer?

  71. Physics - Compton Scattering

    X rays of wavelength 0.0166 nm are directed in the positive direction of an x axis onto a target containing loosely bound electrons. For Compton scattering from one of those electrons, at an angle of 169°, what are (a) the Compton shift, (b) the

  72. science

    scientists ______ a hypothesis by doing one or more of these steps: designing a ________, making a ________, gathering and _________ evidence, __________ data, or recording observations.

  73. spanish!!!

    Which of the following is a common translation of -ito? tasty big funny little is it little?

  74. maths

    The first three terms of a geometric progression are 2^n, 2^n+1, 2^n+2. Find n. ( Answer is 0.5)

  75. Science

    A ball of mass 200g fall freely from 78.4m height on a hard floor and bounce back with the same velocity.calculate the change in linear momentum.

  76. U.S. History

    Explain four principles on which the Constitution is founded. How does the Constitution incorporate these principles into a plan for government? How do you see these principles at work in government today?

  77. Math

    Use properties of multiplication and division to help classify each problem under its answer. 3/5 (3/6-1/2) 1/2x2/3 - 2/3x1/2 6/5/6/5 / 6/5+1/6 14/3-( 1 11/3) 1/2x2/3x3/4 / 1/4 6(2/3-1/2) 4/3x3/2 -1 the catagories you put them under are zero and one

  78. Algebra

    Find the y-intercept and the slope of the line -2x+6y=5

  79. History

    What is the order in which the caste system has changed in India? . . . 1. Castes are rigid and inflexible; people are born into a caste and cannot leave it. 2. Discrimination based on caste is determined to be illegal. 3. A system of social classes based

  80. History

    I was doing notes on the Battle on Long Island as make up work because I was absent when my class was doing it, and I couldn't seem to find out the answer to the question "What did one British soldier say the Patriots did not have?" Its pretty hard because

  81. history

    Which explains the decline of Japan’s isolationism? Limited natural resources on the islands of Japan led to the end of isolationism and allowed for the rise of Japanese industrialization. The elimination of isolationist policies in Japan was caused by

  82. World languages

    রহস্য পরিবার বেশ অস্বাভাবিক ছিল। তারা এম্পোরিয়ায় এক বিশিষ্ট গোষ্ঠীর অন্তর্ভুক্ত।

  83. math

    i cant seem to figure out this question 11 × (–3) × (–5)

  84. Math?

    8.5ka 5,6,9

  85. Social Studies

    How does someone become a member of the supreme court? A. By popular selection and senate approval*** B. By judicial appointment and presidential approval C. By presidential appointment and senate approval D. By senatorial appointment and judicial approval

  86. Math

    Simplify: (6 x 10^5) x (3 x 10^4

  87. chemistry

    A fictitious element X is composed of 70.0 percent of the isotope X^45, 20.0 percent of the isotope X^ 46, and 10.0 percent of the isotope X^47. Calculate the weighted atomic mass of element X to the nearest tenth. pls show all work

  88. MAth

    3/4 of the students in a school were girls and the rest were boys. 2/3 of the firls and 12 of the boys attended the school carnvial. Find the toalt number of students in the school if 330 students did not attend the carnival

  89. maths

    A and B entered into partnership with capitals in the ratio 4: 5. After 3 months, A withdrew ¼ of his capital and B withdrew 1/5 of his capital. The gain at the end of 10 months was Rs. 760.Find A's share in this profit ?

  90. Chemistry

    50.0mL of .10 silver nitrate is added to 50.0mL of .20M calcium chloride. A white precipitate forms. After the reaction is complete, calculate the amount of precipitate that formed.

  91. Math

    The rate of bacteria growth in a laboratory experiment was measured at 14% per hour. If this experiment is repeated and begins with 7 grams of bacteria, how much bacteria should be expected after 15 hours? Round to the nearest tenth of a gram.

  92. Algebra

    -11 + x = 9 + 3x and 4 + 3x = -22 + x

  93. ss

    why has entrepreneurship increased in some parts of africa plz help its a closed book question

  94. Physics

    Calculate the gravitational force between the Sun and an object. The mass of the Sun is 1.99×10^30 kg. The mass of the object is 868 ×10^3 kg. The distance between the object and the Sun is 1.496×1011 m.

  95. Physics

    Calculate the speed of a satellite moving in a circular orbit about the Earth at a height of 2700×10^3 m. The mass of the Earth is 5.98×10^24 kg and the mass of the satellite is 1400 kg.

  96. Math

    What is the expend from of 0.326

  97. Civics

    In 2002, one U.S. dollar could be exchanged for 133 Japanese yen, and in 2011, a U.S. dollar was worth 77 yen. Based on this information, which statement is true? Demand for the yen increased between 2002 and 2011, and demand for U.S. the dollar decreased.