# Questions Asked onFebruary 14, 2019

Help me on this assignment Find the missing angle measure. Then classify the triangle by its angles (45' on the top left 105' on the middle bottom x on the bottom right) a.35' right b.35' obtuse c.35' scalene d.35' acute I think its c but I don't know

2. ## Math

what is the factored form of q^2-12q+36 I need all the answers to algebra b unit 3 lesson 7 test

3. ## Social Studies

In the late 1900s, conflict broke out in Central American countries such as Guatemala and Nicaragua as people fought to overthrow ... A.colonial rulers B.dictatorships C.monarchies D.liberal governments

4. ## math

Andrea drew triangle JKL as shown if angle JKL is 110, which statement is true for KLJ and LJK

5. ## Algebra

Both primary and secondary succession begin with pioneer species that- A.change the area and make it safer from predatory organisms*** B.invade the area so that new organisms cannot be established. C.modify the area and allow larger and more complex

6. ## Social Studies

1:Which type of economies do all African countries have? A: Traditional B: Mixed C: Market*** D: Command 2:Nigeria’s economy is almost entirely dependent upon ___? A: Energy Production B: Agriculture*** C: Service Industries D: Manufacturing Cheak my

7. ## Math

Find the missing length. Round to the nearest tenth of necessary. It is a right triangle with side a being 8 ft and side b being 21ft what is the length of the 3rd side? A 441 B 22.5 C 64 D 19.4* Am I right and please explain I am a little confused.

8. ## I Need Help! :'(

Drag the reasons why Rome was able to expand into the box. a.The maniple was a flexible military unit. b.The Romans stayed isolated from others. c.The Roman soldiers built roads and bridges. d.Rome would give citizenship to loyal allies. Reasons Why Rome

9. ## Social Studies

1:How have people in North Africa modified the environment to make it more suitable for farming? arming? A. They have constructed terraces on mountainsides to create more farmland. B. They have used slash-and-burn agriculture to enrich the soil. C. They

10. ## History

Why were products, ideas, and technologies exchanged in Alexandria? A. Learning and scholarship was prohibited there. B. It was said to be the place where the Greek gods lived. C. It was the center of trade for Europe, Africa, and Asia. D.

11. ## science

A cabinet weighing 100 N is placed on a floor. The amount of contact area between the cabinet and the floor is 0.5 m2. How much pressure does the cabinet exert on the floor? 200 Pa 50 Pa 100.5 Pa 0.005 Pa I believe It is the third one. Is this correct?

12. ## science

A person exerts 80,000 Pa of pressure on the ground while standing on both feet. What would happen to the pressure if the person then stood on only foot, decreasing the area in contact with the floor to half the original? 1. The person would exert twice as

13. ## Life Orientation

Recommend FOUR ways in which a person should approach conflict resolution in order to sustain healthy relationships

14. ## Spanish

4. Which of the following statements about hacienda homes is not true? Also can someone plz put all ansewrs so I can check mine plz.

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15. ## math

please help out 7. Figures that are Congruent or Similar just check if my answers are correct. What is the correct way to classify the figures shown below? Two triangles are shown. Triangle A B C has edge A C measuring 4 units, edge B C measuring 6 units,

16. ## science

The pressure on a fluid at rest in a pipe increases by 20 Pa. How does this change in pressure affect the pressure on the fluid in the rest of the pipe? 1. The pressure in the rest of the fluid stays the same because the pressure only increased in one area

17. ## SS

Which impact did Enlightenment ideas have on the Spanish colonies? A. Many colonists called for independence from Spain.****** B. Some mestizos argued that the Spanish crown should have more power. C. Father Miguel Hidalgo called for harsher slave codes.

a bag contains 4 white, 3 blues, and 5 reds marbles 1. find the probability of choosing a red marble, then white marbles if the marbles are being replaced. 1/12 5/36 5/6 5/12 **** 2.find the probability of choosing 3 blue marbles in a row if the marbles

19. ## Social Studies

1:Which type of economies do all African countries have? A: Traditional B: Mixed C: Market D: Command A or C 2:Nigeria’s economy is almost entirely dependent upon ___? A: Energy Production B: Agriculture C: Service Industries D: Manufacturing B or D

20. ## History

Which is a primary argument of the opponents of the global warming theory? A. Solar winds blow heated air from the upper atmosphere. B. Earth’s rising temperatures are part of a recurring cycle. C. Global warming advocates have no background in science.

21. ## chemistry

calculate the percentage by mass of silicon tetrachloride

22. ## Social studies

How did President Hoover’s approach toward the economy compare with Calvin coolidge approach

23. ## Social studies

Why did direct democracy work in Athens? A• Athens had a large number of citizens. B• Athens had a large number of slaves.*** C• Athens allowed women to participate in government. D• Athens had a small number of citizens.

24. ## Science (HELP ASAP!!)

1. (Blank) are the basic units of structure and function in living things. 2. A (Blank) is a group of similar cells that perform a specific function in an organism. 3. (Blank) are nerve cells that carry response information to muscles and organs. 4. Carbon

25. ## math

order the numbers from least to greatest 0.4, 4/9,40.5,11/25

26. ## social studies

What were some characteristics of the Yamato culture? Select all that apply. A. It was a very weak empire with little knowledge of trade. B. It believed its people were descended from their kami, the Sun Goddess. C. It allowed women to hold positions of

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27. ## History/Social Studies

Drag and drop the historic figures to complete the sentences. You will not use all the answer choices. During Roman rule of Egypt, studied astronomy, geography, optics, and mathematics. Elsewhere in the empire, the Roman physician studied anatomy and

28. ## history

Which of the following did the first schools established during the Middle Ages provide? A. training for the priesthood B. training for trades C. training for government leadership D. training for medicine

29. ## Physics

A uniform meter stick with a mass of 210 g is supported horizontally by two vertical strings, one at the 0 cm mark and the other at the 90 cm mark (Fig. 9-57). (a) What is the tension in the string at 0 cm? (b) What is the tension in the string at 90 cm?

30. ## Math

If a stick of gum costed 5 Cents, for every piece. how many Cents would you need to get 120 Sticks of gum?

31. ## History -- Repost for anonomous

This was reposted because it was originally posted on another student's thread. CAN YOU GIES HELP ME UNDERSTAND THIS? After reading the article “The Land Blew Away,” reflect back on the accounts of the people who witnessed the Dust Bowl. Write a

32. ## Calculus

Determine if the Mean Value Theorem FOR INTEGRALS applies to the function f(x) = x3 − 4x on the interval [−1, 1]. If so, find the x-coordinates of the point(s) guaranteed to exist by the theorem. THANK YOU VERY MUCH

33. ## SS

In the late 1900s, conflict broke out in Central American countries such as Guatemala and Nicaragua as people fought to overthrow A. colonial rulers*** B. dictatorships C. monarchies D. liberal governments

34. ## ss

What factor most explains why the majority of Russians live in the western part of the country? A. government regulations B. climate C. language D. natural resources_________________ Which of the following is the major religion in Russia? A.

35. ## Math

An angle measures 53°. What are the measures of the angle's complement and supplement? A) complement, 37°, supplement, 137°. B) complement, 127°, supplement,47° C) complement, 37°, supplement, 127°

36. ## history

explain how agriculture and textile factories impacted the economic development of South Carolina.

37. ## art

What insight do the details of this artwork provide about the importance of organ preservation in Egyptian culture? Given the Egyptians’ belief in the afterlife, why do you think they preserved the organs in this way? Why do you think Pharaohs and other

38. ## Math (HELP me Mrs.Sue)

which of the following statements best describes a healthy diet? A healthy diet consist of foods that are consistently from the same food group A healthy diet consist of only organic compounds and nutrients A healthy diet consist of only inorganic

39. ## World History Grade 6

Can someone please help me with this question Just give me an example not a website. This my first time on this site so I'm not sure if people reply back to me but I really need this done. Also I'm in FCA. How did the Aztecs apply their engineering skills

40. ## Calculus

The base of a solid in the xy-plane is the first-quadrant region bounded y = x and y = x^2. Cross sections of the solid perpendicular to the x-axis are equilateral triangles. What is the volume, in cubic units, of the solid? May I have all the explanation

41. ## history

"…will be deemed pirates and dealt with as such, being citizens of no nation presently at war with the Republic and fighting under no recognized flag." The quote above was most likely utilized to justify the post-battle actions undertaken by the victors

42. ## Social Studies

What factor most explains why the majority of Russians live in the western part of the country? A. government regulations B. climate C. language D. natural resources Which of the following is the major religion in Russia? A. Christianity B. Judaism C.

43. ## Math

Find the value of X. _________________ \ 60° 80° . \ . \ 128 x . ___________________ Can you help me? .

44. ## PLZ HELP Math!

1. Estimate the measure of the angle. Graphic 90° 85° 102° 78° 2. Which figure is NOT a polygon? Graphic Graphic Graphic Graphic 3. Which pair of angles are vertical? Graphic ∠b and ∠c ∠b and ∠e ∠b and ∠d ∠b and ∠f 4. Which statement is

45. ## Math ASP

Simplify and write in standard form. Then, classify the polynomial by degree and number of terms. (5x3 + 3x2  7x + 10)  (3x3  x2 + 4x  1) Simplify and write in standard form. Then, classify the polynomial by degree and number of terms. (5x3 +

46. ## Algebra

Write a polynomial to represent the volume of the rectangular prism Sides are (1/2x-3)(x-4)(x+5)

47. ## history

How did the Mexican-American War ignite a conflict over slavery between the North and the South?

I need a essay one page essay on: A trip to san Diego The description has to be a trip to san Diego and meeting cousins for the first time, and going to sea world and going to the beach with 3 other families. Winter break vacation trip with 3 other

49. ## math

Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. Use the circle graph shown below to answer the question. If 210 people said football was their favorite sport to watch, how many people were surveyed?

50. ## history

“The Constitution of the United States was formed by the sanction of the States, given by each in its sovereign capacity….The States, then… in their sovereign capacity, it follows of necessity that there can be no tribunal above their authority…”

51. ## science

Proteins are large molecules. They enter cells through A. passive transport B. active transport C.diffusion D.osmosis

52. ## social studies

Which statement best describes the Louisiana Purchase?

53. ## SS

1. What was the Peloponnesian war? A. a conflict between Greece and Persia B. a conflict between Athens and Sparta C. a conflict between Greece and Macedonia*** D. a conflict between Macedonia and Athens 2. What is the name for a government ruled by a

54. ## science

Which is one advantage of external fertilization? A. The offspring are genetically identical to the parents. B. More eggs can be fertilized at one time. C. More sperm can be released at one time. D. More protection is available for developing zygotes.

55. ## science

What is the function of courtship behavior for an animal? A. to mark its territory B. to get a good supply of food C. to protect itself from predators D. to attract a mate of the same species

56. ## science

Budding is a form of A. gestation. B. fertilization. C. asexual reproduction. D. sexual reproduction.

57. ## Life oreiantation

Explain in detail five socioeconomic factors that can influence your study and choices and your future career

58. ## Economics

A demand curve is a straight line sloping downwards at an angle of 45 degrees. We can conclude that its price elasticity is _____. a)variable b)constant c)0.5 d)1.0

59. ## Algebra

a small (fictional) country had a population of 2,254,000 people in the year 2000. If the population grows steadily at a rate of 3.5% each year, what is the expected population of this country in the year 2015 to the nearest 1000?

60. ## science

Calculate the height of the atmosphere at the point where the pressure is one tenth of atmospheric pressure. Assume a constant temperature of 491.76 °R and assume that the ideal gas law applies. For atmospheric pressure on the surface of the earth, use

61. ## lang

What is a musical feel of a poem? Also, how does alliteration, onomatopoeia, rhythm, and rhyme contribute to the musical feel of a poem?

62. ## Language Art

Identify whether the underlined phrase is a gerund phrase, an infinitive phrase, or a participial phrase. (Having graduated) summa laude from Princeton, Patrick was ready to start. A. gerund B. infinitive C. participial ** My answer is A. gerund **

63. ## Social studies 6th grade

Why did the Spartan need the helots?

64. ## Science

Explain how convection's currents move in terms of temperature and density and how this causes Earth’s plates to move continuously.

65. ## math

Two flat, circular plates are placed on a circular table top. The diameter of each plate is equal to the radius of the table top. Approximately how many square feet of the tabletop or not covered by the plates? Show or explain your work. Use 3.14 for pi

66. ## social studies

Who brought Islam to India? A. Turks from central Asia B. Mongols from eastern Asia C. Chola from southern India D. Persians from southwestern Asia

67. ## math

Find an equation in standard form for the hyperbola that satisfies the given conditions. Center at​ (0,0) a=4​, e=2​, horizontal focal axis

68. ## Organic Chemistry

"Cabbage leaves are coated with a hydrocarbon of molecular formula C29H60. What purpose might this hydrocarbon coating serve?" This is a question from a textbook. Anything helps!!

69. ## science gravity

which of the following would happen to the moon if gravity no longer affected it ? a) the moon would continue to move on it's orbital path b) the moon stop moving all together c) the moon would move in a spiral toward earth d) the moon would move in a

70. ## physics

A rock is dropped from a tree of height 25m into a lake of 5m depth below, the rock then sinks to the bottom of the lake with constant speed of 1.5m/s. What is the total elapsed time?

71. ## u.s. history

Do the same possibilities for illegal gains for politicians that existed in the Gilded Age still exist today? I am having trouble answering this question. I know that in the Gilded Age Ulysses S. Grant was the president and that he gave high-level jobs to

72. ## Algebra

Carmen invests a total of \$5200. Some of the money is invested at 8%. The rest is invested at 10%. If Carmen earned \$496 of interest in one year, how much did she invest at each rate?

73. ## Social studies 6th grade

How were juries chosen in Ancient Greek?

74. ## science

A 1030 kg car travelling on a road that runs straight up a hill reaches the rounded crest at 10.4 m/s. If the hill at that point has a radius of curvature (in a vertical plane) of 59.0 m, what is the effective weight of the car at the instant it is

Please help me, its emergency!!! i really don't know how to do please help me. The 10 numbers will be collected from the keypad using a loop. If the number entered is a prime number (Prime number is a number that is divisible by itself and by one only),

76. ## life science

which two statements explains how a earthworms organ system help provide its cells with oxygen? a. the nervous system removes oxygen from the body **b. the curatorial system carries oxygen to different parts of the body. **c. the respiratory system brings

77. ## economics

2. The equation for a demand curve has been estimated to be Q = 100 - 10 P + 0.5 Y, where Q is quantity, P is price, and K is income. Assume P = 7 and Y = 50. a. Interpret the equation. b. At a price of 7, what is price elasticity? c. At an income level of

78. ## Algebra

Compute the following: Let g(x)=3x, and h(x)=x^2+1. h(3) Please show work & help me understand.

79. ## Algebra

A butcher has supplies of lean beef containing 15% fat, and fat trim containing 100% fat. How many kg of lean beef and fat trim are needed to make 50 kg of hamburger containing 25% fat? (round your answers to 1 decimal place.)

80. ## English

Can someone help me compare “Full Fathom Five” by William Shakespeare and “Shane” by Jack Schaefer One is a poem one is a book they are about to different things if someone has read them and can help me pls help me. I can contrast the two but can

81. ## lang

What is a musical feel of a poem? I don't quite know what it is or it's purpose.

82. ## Math

The committee to plant more trees has raised 40% of their goal. They want to raise 3,000. How much more money do they need to raise to meet their goal?

83. ## life orientation

write down three strategies to build confidence in your self and others

84. ## java/programming

Please help me, its emergency!!! The 10 numbers will be collected from the keypad using a loop. If the number entered is a prime only, that number will be added. How do I write a Java program to input 10 prime numbers and print the sum?

85. ## 😻 English 😻

😻 Valentine's Day 😻 I have to write a paper about Valentine's Day history and pretend I am part of when Valentine's Day was created. Does anybody have any information of sources that I can use and send to NoodleTools?

86. ## History

What are some things that Alfred Thayer and Eugene Debs would agree on? Regarding the American Foregin Policy

87. ## Algebra

from his paper route, andy collected \$5.55 in nickels and dimes. The number of nickels was 6 more than the number of dimes. How many nickels and dimes were there?

88. ## Math

3. \$1 for 3 pounds of bananas 5. \$1.69 for 12 muffins I'm really confused by this. I just started working on ratios and I'm really good with them, but these are the only ones I don't know how to solve. Please help me.

89. ## l.o

For organization/agencies that work to address human right violations?

90. ## Math

(0,0); y= 4/7 x +5 The equation of the line is y= ___?

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are x=~(A(+)B) and x = (~A)(B)+(A)(~B) the same??

92. ## Algebra

Compute the following: Let g(x)=3x, and h(x)=x^2+1. g(-1) Need help with understanding, please show what you did.

93. ## math

A lot measures 75 ft by 100 ft. It is all lawn except for the house on the lot. The house measures 30 ft by 50 ft. What is the area of the lawn?

94. ## science

if a ball that is freely falling has a change of velocity of 19.6 meters after 2 seconds what is its velocity later

95. ## Math

(x^3)^-5 A. 1/x^15 B. x^15 C. x^8 D. 1/x^8 I'm probably writing something wrong because I haven't gotten any one of these answers.. Can someone explain?

96. ## math

While playing one day, Megan decided to build cubes out of a box of individual sugar cubes. Megan emptied the box onto the floor and using the sugar cubes as building blocks, Megan made three solid cubes with no sugar cubes left over. Each of the cubes

97. ## English

Does this sentence sound good? The negative effect cyberbullying has on children is inconvenient.

98. ## Trig

Jenny is standing 400 feet from an 800 foot tall building. Jenny walks away from the building to a point where the angle of elevation to the top of the building is 22°. What is the angle of elevation to the top of the building from Jenny’s original

99. ## geography

my teacher says i should add more to this paragraph in my essay, so far i have: , "Buddhism is a non-theistic religion which means they do not believe in a God. Christians believe in the holy trinity, “Father, Son and the Holy Spirit”. Buddhist believe

100. ## math

Two friends are playing a variation of MasterMind where one friend tries to guess the three digit number that the other friend is thinking of. The rules of the game are as follows: -Digits can be repeated -Zero cannot be the first number, but zero can be

101. ## Fundamental of Electrical engineering

If the current flowing through an element is given by: I(t) =3t A, 0≤t

102. ## geometry

Each time Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park erupts, rangers can estimate the height of the geyser by comparing it to the height of a tree. First the rangers locate a tree of the same height. The shadow of the tree is 93 ft at the same time that the

103. ## ict

list and explain the types of output devices

104. ## history

The first area that Hitler "unified" with Germany? Austria? or also Czechoslovakia?

105. ## math

cos x ^sin x^cos x^sin x^cos x..........=2+2 sec^2 x*tan^2 x-sec^4 x- tan^4 x find x

106. ## science

witch soil layers contains the most humans

107. ## history

Who thwarted Hitler's plan to invade Britain? FDR

108. ## math

(1+x)^20 + x(1+x)^19 + x^2 (1+x)^18 +....+ x^18 (1+x). prove that the coefficient of x^18 is 1330

109. ## Algebra

a small (fictional) country had a population of 2,254,000 people in the year 2000.

110. ## science just curious

Why at certain times can you see both the moon and the sun? I am just wondering what the answer is.

111. ## Science

How many neutrons does an atom of Xenon have in its nucleus?

112. ## Social Studies

What happened to the White House and theCapitol during the invasion of Washington?

113. ## Geography

How did new technologies change the way people bought goods?

114. ## Science

What is the reason of carbon dioxide emitting when hot water is added to dry ice?