Questions Asked on
March 28, 2019

  1. Science

    What features would suggest that a sample of scientific writing reflects scientific thinking? (Select all that apply) A. Shows evidence of inductive reasoning B. Makes arguments based on empirical data C. Shows evidence of deductive reasoning D. Makes an

    asked by Choji
  2. physics

    the minimum distance that required to stop a car moving at 35.0 mi/h is 40 ft. (a) express this speed and distance in km/h. (b) what is the minimum stoping distance of a car moving at 70 mi/h,assuming the same rate of acceleration?express your answer in

    asked by Thapelo
  3. Math

    A bicycle tire rim has a diameter of 24.5 inches, and the tire is 2.25 inches thick. Find the circumference of the outside of the tire.

    asked by Anonymous
  4. Math

    Suzanne is making a frame for an 8-inch by 10-inch photo. How much wood does she need for the frame?

    asked by Anonymous
  5. Math

    The formula V = Bh, where B represents the area of the base, can be used to find the volume of a rectangular prism. Which formula is equivalent to V = Bh when finding the rectangular prism's volume? A) V = l · w B) V = l · w · h C) V = 1 3 (l · w · h)

    asked by ღCrxmbZღ
  6. Math

    The monthly revenue R (in thousands of dollars) from the sales of a digital picture frame is approximated by R(p) = −10p^2 + 1480p, where p is the price per unit (in dollars). a) Find the unit price that will yield a maximum monthly revenue. b) What is

    asked by anonymous
  7. Music

    What is one difference between Baroque and Classical period music? A) Baroque music was simpler, compared to Classical. B) Classical period music focused on electronic instruments. C) Classical period music was more simple and balanced, compared to

    asked by emaN tsriF
  8. Physics

    A copper block of mass 0.5kg is hung from the thread and suspended in water. if the density of copper = 9*10^3kg/m^3 density of water =1*10^3kg/m^3. calculate the tension in the thread.

    asked by Victory
  9. math

    Use the binomial expression (p+q)n to calculate a binomial distribution with n = 5 and p = 0.3.

    asked by ghff
  10. Physics

    Using a scale of 1 cm to represent 10 N,find the size and direction of the resultant force for 30 N north and 40 N west .(make sure you have a grid paper and a protractor to do this question)

    asked by Idali
  11. math

    a circular tablecloth has a radius of 2.5 feet. kyle is sewing a piece of ribbon around the edge of the tablecloth. if kyle has exactly enough ribbon, which measurement is closest to the length of the piece of ribbon in feet? a. 19.63 ft b. 15.7 ft c. 7.85

    asked by lily
  12. Math

    The radius of a tire is 1.2 feet. How far will you travel after ten complete rotations of the tire?

    asked by Anonymous
  13. World History

    How did the policies of the Napoleonic Empire change Europe? Napoleon’s expansion policies led to a desire for self-rule throughout Europe. Napoleonic policies gave rise to the merchant class that went on to promote economic growth through innovation.

    asked by Jay
  14. Stat

    Is the total number of fish continuous random variable or discrete variable

    asked by Linda
  15. Algebra

    A ball is thrown from the top of a 50-ft building with an upward velocity of 24 ft/s. When will it reach its maximum height? How far above the ground will it be? Use the equation h(t)= -16t^2 + 24t + 50

    asked by Connor Steelwood
  16. Science

    The diver has the least potential energy at position.

    asked by Help
  17. geography

    Which of the following is true of the people of Papua New Guinea?

    asked by Anonymous
  18. chemistry

    Fe2O3(s) + 3 CO(g) −→ 2 Fe(s) + 3 CO2(g) Given: 2 Fe2O3(s) −→ 4 Fe(s) + 3 O2(g) ∆H = 1616.6 kJ/mol CO(g) −→ C(s) + 1 2 O2(g) ∆H = 110.5 kJ/mol C(s) + O2(g) −→ CO2(g) ∆H = −393.5 kJ/mol Answer in units of kJ/mol.

    asked by jane
  19. pre-algebra

    the square root of 40 estimating it to the nearest integer

    asked by Destiny
  20. Entrepreneurship

    A major argument of the podcast is that corporations have the power to change their employee's behaviors and even how they see the world, and that's how they can achieve social change- at a grassroots level. How does this relate to your own understanding

    asked by one question
  21. Grammar

    Is the sentence below correct? I would be grateful for any potential summer pharmacy internship opportunities that you are aware of.

    asked by Natasha
  22. math

    write an expression to represent: six more than the qoutient of four and a number x

    asked by smartish
  23. math

    If a number is chosen at random from the numbers 1 to 20 inclusive, what is the probability that:

    asked by idk
  24. Math

    You toss a coin 3 times. Find these probabilities: P(all 3 are heads) P(exactly 2 T's) P(exactly 2 T's given that first toss is T)

    asked by William Marand
  25. Math

    If each unit cube has edges 3/4 foot long, what is the volume of the blue outlined prism? (I can't post links on here, so, if you know this question, please answer it!) A) 5 ft3 B) 8.4 ft3 C) 10 ft3 D) 15 ft3

    asked by ღCrxmbZღ
  26. Science

    What is an example of a stable system how were you able to determine whether or not the system is stable? Would a sea saw be a stable system because the output is under control and it returns back

    asked by Need help
  27. World History

    What roles did colonies play in the global economy? Select all that apply Colonies provided resources for making manufactured goods in industrialized countries. Colonies provided imperial powers with more culturally diverse citizens. Colonies established

    asked by Jay
  28. World History

    How did the Enlightenment influence the American and French Revolutions? Notions of full social equality caused the slave populations to rise up and overthrow their masters in favor of a democratic system. Enlightenment philosophers published pamphlets in

    asked by Jay
  29. Math

    What is the composite figure? There is this trapezoid that has a triangle on the side. the base of the trapezoid is 17cm and the base of the triangle is 19cm, the height of trapezoid is 22 cm and 10cm on the other side, and the top of the trapezoid is

    asked by Kaitlyn
  30. chemistry

    The standard molar heat of vaporization for water is 40.79 kJ/mol. How much energy would be required to vaporize 2.00 mol of water? Answer in units of kJ.

    asked by jane
  31. Math

    In triangle XYZ, angle X is 100°, angle Y is 30°, and angle Z is 50°. Side XZ is 6.3 cm. Side XY is 9.C5 cm.

    asked by Anonymous
  32. math

    I am really stuck on my geometry and measurement unit test

    asked by UNknown!!
  33. math

    For you to have a positive self-concept, it is most important that A. you think positively about yourself. B. your friends think positively about you. C. your grandparents think positively about you. D. your parents or guardians think positively about you.

    asked by LORR
  34. Social Studies

    Which of the following is an example of how the United States countered Soviet influence in Asia and Africa? A) established new democratic colonies in those area B) enacted a boycott to any area wanting communism C) sent aid to the colonial power to fight

    asked by Halp! Please!
  35. chemistry


    asked by etienne
  36. Career Exploration

    Ok so im in Connectins academy, and i have a portfolio assignment that I would like help on. Here are the questions: (I did number one but I would like help with different ones) 2. What disturbing trends in leadership did Torres notice while studying what

    asked by Outlaw
  37. Career guidance

    what kind of work can i get when i`m doing maths lit,geography,life sciences,agricultural sciences

    asked by nyiko
  38. poetry

    What is a limerick?

    asked by Lillian
  39. Language Arts

    Part A: In act 2 scene 3 of a Christmas carol Scrooge and Marley what is Scrooge's first reaction on seeing Cratchit's family? A: He Thinks Cratchit has too many children B: He is afraid Tiny Tim will not live. C: He is touched that Cratchit toasts him. D:

    asked by Pls Help
  40. Math

    Find the surface area of the prism, The right side length is 5m the bottom side lenght is 6m and the actual bottom is 13m. Answers are, A 48 to the second power. B 346 to the second power. C 780 to the second power. D 195 to the second power. ** Please

    asked by Likewhat?!
  41. math

    sin inverse (3 sin x-4 sin cube x)

    asked by dadu
  42. math

    what does g mean in the equation -6g +36 =12

    asked by lexi alissa
  43. Utah state history

    The mining boom changed the land by causing? A:towns to spring up overnight B:people to become more migratory C:railroad expansion around profitable mines** D:all of the above

    asked by Hep
  44. life orientation

    critically discuss six ways in which individuals ,group and the broader south african community can be influenced by human rights violation.

    asked by granny
  45. american history

    What was the impact of the Chesapeake affair? the passage of the Non-Intercourse Act the signing of the Treaty of Ghent American support of a war with Great Britain the end of impressment by the Royal Navy can someone give me a link to look at?

    asked by dianni
  46. american history

    This is for a project i need to find information for this. Can you send me some links i could use. Describe the events that led the 13 colonies from a newly independent nation to a transcontinental country by examining selected documents involving the

    asked by dianni
  47. Chemistry

    A metal that can extracted using eletrolytic process

    asked by God'swill
  48. Math

    You go shopping for shoes. The store carries 4 colors: green, blue, indigo, violet. and 3 brands: Brian Atwood Christian Louboutin Gucci You desire two different colors, but have no restrictions as to brand. 1)How many ways can you pick the two colors?

    asked by William Marand
  49. Math

    We spin a roulette wheel 720 times. Find the following expectations: # of greens # of reds # of spins that show 7, 14, 21, or 28

    asked by William Marand
  50. Math

    We are seating 5 people for dinner: A, B, C, D, E If the chairs are placed in a circle: How many seating arrangements are possible? How many if A and B MUST be next to each other?

    asked by William Marand
  51. Math

    We are seating 5 people for dinner: A, B, C, D, E If the chairs are placed in a straight line: How many seating arrangements are possible? How many if A and B MUST be next to each other?

    asked by William Marand
  52. Math

    3 factories produce and ship reclining chairs. Factory % of chairs produced by this factory % of production that is faulty A 20% 10% B 30% 20% C 50% 10% You order a chair and when you receive it, you see that it is faulty. Determine: P(chair came from

    asked by William Marand
  53. Math

    A safety deposit box contains three ancient Roman coins: #1 both sides are silver #2 both sides are gold #3 one side is silver, the other gold You are blindfolded, then you pick a coin, then toss it so that it lands on the floor. At this point, the sample

    asked by William Marand
  54. Math

    We have a class of 31 students. Set A is the set of people who ate an Apple at breakfast. Set A contains 20 students. Set B is the set of people who ate a Banana at breakfast. Set B contains 10 students. The number of students in {A ∩ B} is 2. Assign

    asked by William Marand
  55. Math

    The formula V = Bh, where B represents the area of the base, can be used to find the volume of a cylinder. Which formula is equivalent to V = Bh when finding the cylinder's volume? A) V = (l · w) B) V = (l · w · h) C) V = πr2h D) V = 2πr Please help!

    asked by ღCrxmbZღ
  56. social studies pls asap

    Please check & correct asap!! My answers of when the events happened are after the ~'s Find the year for each event. Place it after each event. You will use this information to complete the Timeline on the next page. 1. West Africans make iron tools ~ 500

    asked by Shima❗●ᴥ●
  57. algebra

    The expression (x^3 )(x^(-17) ) is equivalent to (x^n). What is the value of n?

    asked by jacob
  58. math

    Leanne is getting a puppy. Her parents are building a play area to give the puppy a place to run. The play area will be in the shape of a rectangle with length of 25 feet and a width of 15 feet. If the total cost of the fence is $1,440, what is the unit

    asked by gabe
  59. History

    Why was it difficult for settlers to take bulky furniture or heavy household goods with them on the journey west? - please help i read the assigned reading but it doesn't have anything to do with this.

    asked by coolkidneedshelp
  60. History

    why would settlers choose to use oxen to pull wagons rather than mules? A) mules were thought to be bad tempered B) mules were not as fast as oxen C) mules were prone to injury D) mules would not forage off the land

    asked by helplololololol
  61. History

    In Response To Puplic Demand Of Its Citizenz, Following The Defeat At Adwa The Government Of Italy Was Forced To:- A____ B_____ C_____ D _____

    asked by History
  62. Science

    I was assigned a portfolio from connexus, and this is what it is and what it says, i need help with the Design part only though, I have a good idea, and i DONT want this done for me, thank you for reading this, here it is: Describe, using specific details,

    asked by LQSx MTH
  63. Accounting

    Find the amount of money gain from man investment of birr 800 for 3years at 8% per anum compound interest?

    asked by Mumme Ahmad
  64. history

    in addition to good farmland, what did an early settler in the pacific northwest look for when staking his claim? a) scenic mountain rails b) proximity to rivers and harbors c) good schools d) well-established towns nearby

    asked by help plz
  65. social studies

    Which of the following is an example of the impact trade had on the people of Southern and Eastern Africa? A. Eastern Africans practiced the same religion as their ancestors. B. Those living in Southern Africa were isolated from the rest of the world. C.

    asked by Ynw Melly
  66. History

    How did settlers travel the correct route to the Pacific Northwest? A) They used the best guess they could make. B) They followed the signs along the trail. C) They watched for landmarks along the way. D) They followed the Columbia River. I think its D

    asked by helplololololol
  67. social studies

    Why did European nations colonize Africa? A. They wanted to adopt African cultures. B. They wanted to convert to African religions. C. They wanted the natural resources in Africa. D. They were afraid African nations would invade Europe.

    asked by Ynw
  68. African History

    Which factors led to the downfall of Ghana? Select all that apply. A. Ghana was engaged in conflict with people to the north. B. Ghana lacked nearby water resources. C. Ghana was unwilling to participate in trade. D. Ghana's large population began

    asked by Zillakami
  69. Science

    I'll ask again because everyone keeps looking over my question. What features would suggest that a sample of scientific writing reflects scientific thinking? (Select all that apply) A. Shows evidence of inductive reasoning B. Makes arguments based on

    asked by Choji
  70. math

    Mario cut a pizza into 9 equal slices. He put a slice on each of 5 plates. What is the measure for the angle of the slices that are left?

    asked by James
  71. Algebra 2

    Hi, I jjust did this problem, but i forgot if i have to square the number first by x or if I square it after multiplying the coefficient by x. Please help. 3x^2 + 2x - 1 ×= -3 3(-3)^2 + 2(-3) - 1 -9^2 -6 -1 81 - 7 =74

    asked by Spring
  72. English

    Can you help me make this sentence more detail? Ralph put on warm clothing before he went out into the storm.

    asked by Vernice
  73. history

    why did setters in the washington area request the formation of the northern territory separate from the oregon territory ? a) they felt the oregon territory was too big b) oregons territorial government was strictly regulating trade c) they objected to

    asked by anonymouschicken
  74. Social Studies

    NEED HELP FAST TEST STUDY GUIDE!!! Social Studies 7B – Unit 4 Lesson 8 Test Review – Postwar America Unit Test (All page numbers are based on the online textbook.) 1. How did the United States counter Soviet influence in Asia and Africa? (Topic 15 –

    asked by anonymous
  75. Algebra

    Find the value of two numbers if their sum is 12 and their difference is 4

    asked by Taylor
  76. Algebra

    The difference of two numbers is 3. Their sum is 13. Find the numbers.

    asked by Taylor
  77. math

    n angle theta satisfies the relation (CSC theta)(cos theta)=-1 Give an example of information needed to determine a unique value for theta If sec theta is known to be negative, what is the CSC theta value of theta?

    asked by ibsa
  78. History

    what might have been some of the effects of increased cotton production in the southern states?

    asked by Tr0ller6000
  79. geomery and algebra 1

    One exterior angle of a regular polygon measures 97°. What is the measure of one interior angle?

    asked by shantia
  80. Math

    What is the total length of weather stripping needed for 12 windows that each measure 90 cm by 12 cm?

    asked by Anonymous
  81. Algebra

    Graph the quadratic equation y = x^2 + x – 2. Identify the axis of symmetry and the vertex.

    asked by Connor Steelwood
  82. Career guidance

    which course can I do and where must I do it

    asked by sibusiso
  83. Math

    Can a reflection image have a measure that is different from the measure of the original angle? Explain.

    asked by Sydnee
  84. chemistry

    Calculate ∆H0 for the reaction 2 N2(g) + 5 O2(g) −→ 2 N2O5(g) given the data H2(g) + 1 2 O2(g) −→ H2O(ℓ) ∆H0 f = −283 kJ/mol N2O5(g) + H2O(ℓ) −→ 2 HNO3(ℓ) ∆H0 = −78.7 kJ/mol 1 2 N2(g) + 3 2 O2(g) + 1 2 H2(g) −→ HNO3(ℓ)

    asked by jane
  85. chemistry

    What mass of steam is required to release 3.15×105 kJ of heat energy on condensation? Answer in units of g.

    asked by jane
  86. chemistry

    Find the mass of liquid water required to absorb 4.73×104 kJ of heat energy on boiling. Answer in units of g.

    asked by jane
  87. chemistry

    Use the given heat-of-formation data to calculate the heat of reaction for each of the following. Solve each by combining the known thermochemical equations. Verify each result by using the general equation for finding heats of reaction from heats of

    asked by jane
  88. chemistry

    Ca(OH)2(s) −→ CaO(s) + H2O(g) Given: Ca(OH)2(s) −→ Ca(s) + O2(g) + H2(g) ∆H = 973.3 kJ/mol 2 Ca(s) + O2(g) −→ 2 CaO(s) ∆H = −1269.8 kJ/mol 2 H2(g) + O2(g) −→ 2 H2O(g) ∆H = −483.6 kJ/mol Answer in units of kJ/mol.

    asked by jane
  89. chemistry

    A piece of metal of mass 25 g at 94◦C is placed in a calorimeter containing 57.4 g of water at 24◦C. The final temperature of the mixture is 34.2 ◦C. What is the specific heat capacity of the metal? Assume that there is no energy lost to the

    asked by jane
  90. chemistry

    What would be the final temperature of the system if 28.4 g of lead at 99.5 ◦C is dropped into 14.0 g of water at 8.61 ◦C in an insulated container? The specific heat of lead is 0.128 J/g◦C.

    asked by jane
  91. Algebra

    Can someone help me factor: 4u^3+3u^2-9u+2 I don’t understand how to factor 4 terms problems.

    asked by P
  92. Math

    I am struggling with absolute value functions, especially equations. I need help with these questions: 1. |x^2 - 2x - 3| - 4 2. | x^2 - 2x| = 1

    asked by Anonymous
  93. english

    What is specific and concrete imagery?

    asked by Anonymous
  94. math

    you have a final price of 36 dollars after you discount 50% off. what is the sale price? Please help me

    asked by nfKBJadk
  95. MATH

    Find the values of b such that the function has the given maximum value. f(x) = −x^2 + bx − 14; Maximum value: 107 (smaller value): b= (larger value): b=

    asked by anonymous
  96. us history

    Prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, the United States was very much divided about entry into World War II. Many isolationists opposed U.S. involvement, while others felt we had a responsibility to act in the face of such aggression. You will be writing an

    asked by reneae
  97. Chemistry

    A student had 50.0 grams of frozen alcohol and placed it in a beaker on a hot plate. The student noted that for the first two minutes, the temperature of the alcohol in the beaker did not change. By the end of the two minutes most of the alcohol was in the

    asked by Sam
  98. Maths

    Show that Cos 22.5=√2+√2/2

    asked by Ande2
  99. Language Arts

    Chose the verb that correctly completes the sentence. 1. Andy and Sara _____ nearly every night A. dream B. dreams C. dream's D. dreams' Answer: A 2. Chose the verb that correctly completes the sentence. They ________ going to the farm. A. is B. was C. are

    asked by Anonymous
  100. Physics 195

    When calculating delta T sample why 100 degrees Celsius taken as initial temperature

    asked by Khethiwe mpungose
  101. Civics

    List four limitation of human right

    asked by haruna
  102. Algebra

    Which set of ordered pairs represents a function? A {(22, 5), (23, 10), (22, 7), (23, 5)} B {(22, 5), (26, 10), (23, 7), (23, 5)} C {(22, 10), (23, 10), (24, 7), (25, 5)} D {(24, 10), (23, 6), (22, 7), (24, 5)}

    asked by E
  103. Math

    Problem: if input is (x)7 and out put (y)? Rule is x25=5 pls check my answer

    asked by HeLp mE ✍🏼
  104. Career guidance

    What career field can I go into with these subjects Pure maths, life science, CAT, business studies

    asked by Noluthando
  105. math

    If x = 8 and y = 6 then what is 11x + 10y

    asked by jamie