# Questions Asked onMarch 8, 2019

1. ## Life orientation

Four ways which sports can detract nation building

2. ## Math

if sin theta =1/2 and cos theta= √(3)/2. find tha values of tan θ, cot θ, sec θ and cscθ.

3. ## Math

1. Function Q and function R are both linear functions. Function Q has an x-intercept at (4,0), and the slope is 1/4. Function R is represented by the table. x y -4 14 3 0 5 -4 Which statement is true? A. Function Q has a larger y-intercept and a less

4. ## Geography

Look at the map. Click on the two areas that made it possible for people in these ecosystems to use the trans-Saharan trade route. there is dessert rain forest savanna sahel

5. ## Geometry

Which figures will always be similar to each other? 1. Two rectangles 2. Two hexagons 3. Two trapezoids 4. Two equalitarel triangles*** I think its D

6. ## English

First read this poem to answer 1-9 ROSE POGONIAS 1. A saturated meadow, 2. Sun-shaped and jewel small, 3. A circle scarcely wider 4. Than the tress around were tall 5. Where the winds were quite excluded 6. And the air was stifling sweet 7. With the breath

7. ## Social studies

How were Kush and Axum alike? A. both were commercial and trade centers B. both were ruled by the caste system C. both utilized the trans-Saharan trade route D. both were significantly influenced by Islam

8. ## Math

What is the term for data that are grouped closely together? A. outlier B. linear C. positive D. clustering

9. ## Algebra

find the second and third term of the arithmetic sequence –7 __ __ –22 –27 I think the answer is D A. -12, -15 B. -17, -12 C. -10, -17 D. -12, -17

11. ## Math

A passenger is an airplane at an altitude of a=20 kilometers sees two towns directly to the east of the plane. the angles of depression to the towns are 28 degrees and 55 degrees. how far apart are the towns

12. ## History

Which of the following established a limited self-government to the Puerto Ricans by the United States? A. Platt Amendment B. Foraker Act C. Sherman Act D. Roosevelt Corollary

13. ## English

I don't know if my answer is right, so I came here for someone to correct me if im wrong. After the race, Squeaky and Gretchen smile at one another. What do you predict about their future? (A) they will continue not speaking to each other. (B) They will

14. ## English

What is the poetic form of “Concrete Cat”? A. concrete B. limerick C. haiku D. like a cat I think that A is correct.

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15. ## Language Arts:

Hello. I don't need you to help me cheat, I swear that's not what I'm trying to do, but if you could help me out that would be a blessing. When Scrooge tells Marley that Marley was always “a good man of business,” in Act 1, Scene 3 of A Christmas

16. ## Social Studies

How did illegal smuggling affect the portuguese empire? A. The Portuguese rulers profited from it. B. It caused a war between Spain and Portugal. C. It caused economic hardship in the empire. D. It led Portugal to expand its colonies. I believe the answer

17. ## History

why do scientists believe the discovery of the Clovis spear points in Washington is significant A. They are the only evidence of ancient humans in the pacific northwest *my answer* B. They prove that ancient farmers were also great hunter's C. They show

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18. ## Math

the table shows the wind pressure on a structure at different heights in pa. using linear interpolation, estimate the pressure at a height of 17 ft. 6 in the table is below: height(ft) pressure(pa) 13 254 14 269 15 278 16 287 17 296 18 311 19 319 20 326

19. ## math

The box-and-whisker plot below shows the numbers of text messages received in one day by students in the seventh and eighth grades at Lincoln Middle School. Two box and whisker plots are shown above a number line. The number line is scaled from 2 to 38 by

20. ## Math

1. The table shows the number of soccer clubs and the population densities of different cities in a state. City Pop. per square mile Clubs 1 160 6 2 173 8 3 254 7 4 284 11 5 315 9 6 322 10 7 459 14 8 487 20 Based on this information, which statement is

21. ## Math

2x − 5y + 3z = 8 3x − y + 4z = 7 x + 3y + 2z = −3 Can I multiple the 2nd equation by 3 and the 3rd by 3? Or should I take care of 1&3 and then deal with 2. since both of them can be multiplied by three and five

22. ## Social Studies

Can someone check my answer? Russia lost power in the 1900s due to... A: Unrest among the poor B: Catherine l's cruelty C: The rise of Romanov's*** D: Religious Conflict

23. ## math

A math teacher is comparing math project scores from two classes. She wants to compare the medians and ranges of the scores from both sets of data. Which display should the math teacher use? scatter plots dot plots histograms box plots Is it dot plots

24. ## English

Which of the following passages from the tes best supports the story’s theme of perseverance? A) “ I followed father’s orders faithfully.” B) “ And like father she was not afraid to talk to me like an equal. “ C) I wrote several drafts of it

25. ## Science

Which of the following types of pollution cannot be attributed to car and truck emissions? A Acid rain B Sedimentation C Ozone D Photochemical smog I need help ASAP. I think the answer is B. Thanks to whoever could help me!

26. ## precalculus

A weight is attached to a spring that is oscillating up and down it takes 6 sec for the spring to complete one cycle and the distance from the highest to lowest point is 7 in what equation models the position of the weight at time t seconds. a. y = 7sin (

27. ## Algebra

which expression gives the solutions of –5 + 2x^2 = –6x?

28. ## math

Wilson reads an article that says students who eat blueberries the morning of a test tend to have higher test scores. The article claims that eating blueberries causes an improvement in test scores. Which of the following statements is most likely correct

Click on the word to complete this sentence. The squirrels have _____ some nuts. A cracked B searched C cured D sing

30. ## Math

I don't want the answer. I just need the first couple of steps to help me solve. Please. A coin tossed. If heads appears, a spinner that can land on any number from 1 to 4 is spun. If tails appears, a second coin is tossed instead of spinning the spinner.

31. ## Social Studies

Which of the following is one legacy from the empires of Mali and Songhai? A. The hajj was established as an Islamic tradition. B. The languages they established are still spoken today. C. Most West African nations have oral laws. D. Christianity has

32. ## English

Which of the following passages from the tes best supports the story’s theme of perseverance? A) “ I followed father’s orders faithfully.” B) “ And like father she was not afraid to talk to me like an equal. “ C) I wrote several drafts of it

33. ## Algebra

The equation f (x) = 4x^2 - 12x + 13 is written as the equivalent function f (x) (2x-3)^2 + k. What is the vale of k? I got an answer from someone else, and I'm not quote sure if I understood their answer clearly, but I got 9? Is it correct? This is very

34. ## Algebra

The following graph models the height of a model rocket in feet measured over time in seconds. a graph of a downward opening parabola. The x axis is labeled Time in seconds. The Y axis is labeled Height in feet. Points on the graph include starting point

35. ## information system

is video conferencing really a viable green alternative to travel for most companies

36. ## English

What is the main message of “Miracles” A. Cities have wondrous qualities B.The ocean is a mysterious essence C.Nature is wonderful D.All of life is wondrous*** Just checking if I’m right on this one thanks!

37. ## Algebra

Write a recursive formula for the sequence 5, 18, 31, 44, 57, ... Then find the next term. I’m thinking that the answer is A. A. a1=-8; an=an-1+13. The next term is 70 B. a1=5; an=an-1+13. The next term is 70 C. a1=5; an=an-1-13. The next term is 83 D.

38. ## Math

Carla had 2 liters of juice to share. She and her 3 friends each drank an equal amount of the juice. How many milliliters of juice did each friend have?

39. ## English

Read the following lines from the text. "I’ve never seen a kite like that,” she said finally. "This model of glider take man into sky,” Father said. "Oh, go on.” The demon girl shook her head. “I wasn’t born yesterday.” What do these lines

40. ## Math

The table shows the number of windows and the number of panes of glass in the windows. Jim predicts that for 15 windows there are 75 panes. Is Jim’s prediction is correct or incorrect

41. ## Math

A recipe calls for 6 cups of water and 4 cups of flour. a. If the recipe is increased to use 6 cups of flour, how much flour should be used? Example. b. If the recipe is decreased to 2 cups of water, how much flour should be used? Example.

Click on the word to complete this sentence. Early people _____ wild animals for food. A call B play C talk D hunted

43. ## math

The radius of a cylinder is 3.5 ft. The height is 14 ft. Find the surface area and volume of the cylinder to the nearest tenth of a foot. Show your work.

44. ## Math

if sin theta =1/2 and cos theta= √(3)/2. find tha values of tan theta, cot theta and csc. This question didn't ask for sec, but i am just curious what the answer for sec, can someone show me the answer for sec

45. ## Science

If a forest ecosystem is removed through clear-cutting, many species of organisms that lived in that ecosystem disappear. Their loss is due to ________________________. Habitat destruction 15.When fossil fuels are burned, they produce ________________, the

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46. ## history

mark each statement if it describes one of the problems experienced by most of Rome's common people in the early days of republic? A. a commoner who could not repay what he owed became a victim of debt bondage. B. commoners had no rights at all and the

47. ## math

the question is find the sum of the first eight terms in the series 3-12+48-192+... is 1)-13,107 2)-21,845 3)-39,321 4)-65,535 I got that a1 is 3 and a8 was -49152. I wanted to make sure this was a geometric sequence with a r of -4 and tat the + didn't

48. ## history

give two geographic reasons why cities grew up on rivers DO IT QUICK NEED IT

49. ## English

Why does Squeaky not know at first who has won the race in "Raymonds Run"? A. Raymond has climbed a fence*** B. The may pole gets in the way C. The finish is very close D. Mr. Person speaks to softly

50. ## Algebra

Make a table with the domain of {2,3,4,5,6} and draw a graph of the absolute value function y = 2|x-4| + 3.

51. ## English

1. I have to defecate. 2. I got to defecate. 3. I gotta defecate. 4. I have got to defecate. 5. I need to defecate. 6. I have to urinate. 7. I got to urinate 8. I gotta urinate. 9. I have got to urinate. 10. I need to urinate. [Are they all grammatical and

52. ## Math

Arley’s Bakery makes fat-free cookies that cost \$1.60 each. Arley expects 25% of the cookies to fall apart and break. Assume that Arley can sell the broken cookies for \$1.50 each. Arley wants a 55% markup on cost and produces 200 cookies. What price

53. ## Math

Barbara can walk 3,200 meters in 24 minutes. Who walks at a faster rate of speed? Explain the steps you take to solve the problem. Use 1 m=3.28 feet or 1 ft = 0.305 ft.

54. ## Algebra

The water level, w, in feet, of a river after a rainstorm is a function of the time, t, in hours, since the storm began. The table below shows the water level readings collected at different times. Hours Since Storm Began (t) Water Level (w) 1 18.7 1.5

55. ## math

kids have 2 tickets alduts have 5 tickes. Easy add

56. ## Financial Literacy

Okay...So out of all the tax questions and problems I have been doing there is this question I am stumped on. Can anyone help? I'm thinking maybe on the phone or on the computer for the answer? How is most financial planning currently done? a. on paper b.

57. ## civic education

enumerate and discuss five local civic problem s. critically discuss five global civic problems

58. ## math

In which of the following situations is there most likely to be correlation without causation? the number of people who work in an office building and the number of desks in the office building the number of cars in a city and the number of police officers

59. ## Math

Could someone please explain this for me? Solve the equation: log(2x - 3) = log(3 - x) - 2.

Click on the word that tells the meaning of the underlined word. The narrator held our attention for a long time. A listener B child C speaker D train

From the molecular equation find the overall ionic and net ionic: Molecular: H3PO4 (aq) + 3NaOH (aq) --> Na3PO4 (aq) + 3H2O (l)

62. ## English

My phone is dead because I forgot to plug it in last night. Complex sentence The lead in my pencil broke, but i can use this pen. Compound sentence You need to take a shower before you go to bed tonight. Complex Sentence Could someone tell me if I have

63. ## Math

Ivan saves 20% of his monthly paycheck for music equipment. He earned \$335 last month. a. How much did he save for music equipment? Explain. b. If he uses \$20.10 of what he earned to buy sheet music, what percent of his earnings is this amount? Explain.

Click on the word that tells the meaning of the underlined word. Each fall the farmer harvested the vegetables that were ripe. A watered B cooked C planted D picked

65. ## Math

A new clerk in your office is to earn 450 per week. If she works 30.5 hours each week, what is her hourly rate?

66. ## Science

Can someone help me with this, at least help by explaining a bit what is going on? question: What is going on in the diagram? Picture: It's a boat floating on water, but another one on the ocean floor. A. the waves are pointing

67. ## Math

convert feet and inches to only feet. a) 17 ft 6 in

68. ## health

Kids have 129 flu shots. Aldults have 278 flu shots. How many is for dogs? Easy. subtraction

69. ## Algebra

A person takes 200 milligrams of an antibiotic. Each hour, the remaining dosage in the person's blood stream decreases by 1/3. Demitri and Kendal are trying to figure out how many milligrams are left in the person's bloodstream after 5 hours. Demitri says

70. ## math

Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? Kathleen invited 28 people to her party. She plans to seat 8 people at the dining room table. She will put the rest at round tables with 4 people at each table. What is the fewest number of round tables

71. ## Life orietation

Evaluate any 3 disadvantanges of a student to study at the institutions of higher education through NSFAS

72. ## math

Mrs. Sue Mrs. Sue!!!!!!!!! Pls help!!!! I am not good at this. Pls help me figure this out. And, PLs dont give a link. Thank You. P.s I dont even have an estimate. The radius of a cylinder is 3.5 ft. The height is 14 ft. Find the surface area and volume of

73. ## Math

Find the area of the given circle. Round to the nearest tenth. 3.5cm o-----------| A) 22.0 cm B) 38.5 cm C) 11.0 cm D) 42.8 cm

74. ## Algebra

Alvin throws the football to a receiver who jumps up to catch the ball. The height of the ball over time can be represented by the quadratic equation -4.9t^2 + 7.5t + 1.8 = 2.1 . This equation is based on the acceleration of gravity -4.9 m/s^2, the

75. ## social studies

how did the english over come the spanish armoda

76. ## mATH

Find the distance between the two points. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary. (-3, 16) and (15, -8)

77. ## math

Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? Colin invited 31 people to the picnic. He can fit 10 people at his picnic table and the rest will sit on blankets. Each blanket can hold 3 people. How many blankets does Colin need so that everyone has

78. ## Chemistry

I was able to get the balanced molecular equation but I am having a hard time getting the net ionic and oxidation half- reaction. Below is what I got for the balanced molecular equation: Al (s) + 3AgNO3 (aq) --> Al (NO3)3 (aq) + 3 Ag (s)

79. ## Math

Last year the company you work for did 232000 in business. This year you anticipate an increase of 7%. How much business do you expect to do this year?

80. ## math

Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? The candle factory made 1,200 candles per month in June and July and 1,345 candles per month in August and September. What is the total number of candles they made in four months? Choose all answers that

81. ## math

How do I find the quotient of x/2y and (2xy)^2/9xy^3

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83. ## Math

Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? A county fair plans to have 24 pigs in its pig exhibit area. Eight pigs can fit in a large circular pen. The rest of the pigs will be put into square pens that can each fit 2 pigs. What is the fewest

84. ## Science

Why do constellations appear to change during the seasons? Choose the two correct answers. A. The constellations change positions relative to each other. B. Some constellations disappear from view since they're in the sky during the day. C. The angle of

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85. ## Geometry

In quadrilateral AND, m/ACD=2×+4 and m/ACB=5×-2. For what value of x is AND a rhombus?

86. ## Geometry

A camper attaches a rope from the top of her tent 4 feet above the ground to give it more support if she steaks to rope to the ground 6 feet from the middle of her tent about how long is the rope from the ground to her tent

87. ## math

A diver is on the diving platform at Wonder Mountain in Canada’s Wonderland. She jumps up and dives into the water at the base of the mountain. The equation is d = -3t^2 + 6t + 45 At what time is she 36 m above the water? When is she less than 21 m from

88. ## Math

Mr. bobby brought 50 shares at \$60 and 2 months letter purchased 25 share a \$56 at what price should he purchased 25 additional share in order to have an average price\$58 per share

89. ## history

As the american population grew between 1820 and 1850, the percentage of americans living on farms also grew. A.ture B.false

90. ## math

Which strategies can be used to solve this problem? Kathleen invited 28 people to her party. She plans to seat 8 people at the dining room table. She will put the rest at round tables with 4 people at each table. What is the fewest number of round tables