1. Life orientation

1 .Choose three examples of human rights violation /discrimination and give reasons for your choice 2.from your research ,describe each of the three ways of human rights violation/discrimination mentioned in the question above and give at least ,two

2. Math

Mia goes for a jog every morning. The line plot shows the number of hours she jogged for five days. 2/4=xx 3/4=xx 1=x Number of hours How many total hours did she jog for those five days? possible answer: 5/4; 10/4; 11/4; 14/4 hours.

3. Social Studies

1. What current states did New Mexico Territory include in the 1800s? 2. Where did the Santa Fe start and end? Why was it important? 3. How were Native Americans treated by the Spanish and the Mexicans? 4. Why did James K. Polk want war with Mexico? How

4. Calculus

Find the range of the function F(x)=integral from 0 to x of √(4-t^2) dt a) [0,4π] b) [0,π] c) [-4,0] d) [0,4]

5. science

A rectangular block of wood floats in water with two-third of it's volume immersed .when placed placed in another liquid ,it floats with half of it's volume immersed .calculate the relative density of a liduid.

6. Chemistry

What pressure (in atm) is exerted by a column of mercury 1.10 m high? The density of mercury is 13.5951 g/cm3.

7. Science

State three example of human right violation/discrimination and give reasons for your choice

8. Life orientation

Make six suggestion on how to address the examples of human rights violation

9. math

If there are 2 yellow, 3 purple, 1 pink, 2 orange, and 2 black marbles in a bag, find the probability of randomly selecting a pink and a black marble.

10. Math

A school Tours is taking a group of 32 students and 6 adults on a tour of historical sites in the city. Each School Tours van will hold 9 passengers. What is the least number of vans that are needed to take all of the students and adults? My answer is 4?

11. Algebra

Each student in Mr. Johns class donated \$15 to a charity. There are 25 students in a class. Which expression could have been used to calculate the total amount donated?

12. Calculus

Which of the following functions of x can be integrated with respect to x without integration by parts, and purely using integration by u-substitution and the knowledge of the antiderivative of the tangent function? a) x^2tan(x^2) b) xtan^2(x) c) x^2tan(x)

13. Math

A small cone has a vertex touching the base of a large cone. The base of the small cone is parallel to the base of the larger cone. a.) Find h and r so that the smaller cone has a maximum volume. b.) State the maximum volume c.) explain how you know

14. Civics

Why don't we do civics for 7th grade on Jiskha??

15. Science

what was the name of 1st monkey born on genetic technology?

16. government

How does due process limit the power of states? A. Due process sets term limits for state judges and other court officials. B. Due process ensures that every defendant will have access to a lawyer. C. Due process guarantees the right to vote in any state

17. math

two boats a and left a port c at the same time on different route b travelled on a bearing of 150 and a travelled on the north side of b when a had travelled 8km and b travelled 10km the distance between the two boats was found to be 12km calculate the

18. Biology

How many chromosome do human have? How many chromosomes do each person give?

19. algebra

Sam is playing songs on her mp3 player. She has 7 hip-hop songs, 9 rock songs, and 7 pop songs. If she has the mp3 player play the songs at random without repeating, what is the probability that the first song will be a rock song and the second song will

20. direct and indirect guidance

Appropriate limits encourage children to develop A. multiculturalism. B. control within themselves. C. emotional dependence. D. an external focus of control. my answer is D.

21. government

How did Brown v. Board of Education overturn Plessy v. Ferguson? A. The Court ruled that the Plessy ruling applied only to private schools. B. The Court ruled that separate white and black school systems were inherently unequal. C. The Court ruled that

22. gym

Do you think lesbians in sports today are free to be out? I feel like society is more accepting of it. What about sports ? Say someone did come out would their be consequences? Like would endorsements be stripped?

23. math

Jess has 1/8 of a week's worth of pay in a wallet and 3/8 of a week's of pay in the bank. How many more weeks of pay does Jess have stored in the bank?

24. Physics

Given a plastic rod and fur, how would you charge the electroscope

25. computers

If you need to erase the data on a specialized memory chip, and it requires ultraviolet light to do so, what type of chip should be used? A.EPROM , B. PROM, C. ROM, Do. EEPROM

26. algebra

A bush cricket jumps from the ground into the air with an initial vertical velocity of 4 feet per second. Write an equation that gives the cricket’s height (in feet) as a function of the time (in seconds) since it left the ground. After how many seconds

27. L.O

What are six suggestion on how to adress the examples of human rights violation

28. physics

a body weighs 400N in water.if the upthrust force is 20n.calculate its weight in air.

29. Life Orientation

Identity 3human rights violation and explain an introductory paragraph why you choose the specifio human Rights violation

30. Calculus

If the integral of 9x-2 /(x-3)(2x-1)dx= (A)Ln|x – 3| + (B)Ln|2x – 1| + constant, then what is the value of A – B? a. 3 b. 4.5 c. 5.5 d. 4

31. What subject?

methods of controlling fullness

32. math

This square sheet of paper P QRS measures 40 cm × 40 cm. The top-left corner P is folded down to meet M, the midpoint of the bottom side RS, making a single straight crease. Where does the crease cross QR, the right-hand side of the sheet of paper?

33. math

find the values of c if a striaght line y = 2x + c, is tangent to the ellipse: (x^2)/9 + (y^2)/4 = 1

34. Life Orientation

Define and describe Xenophobia

35. English

1. Kevin checked out an invention book because ---------had a lot of information. 2. I said, "Show--------the book." 3. Maggie typed up the notes- -------wrote about the invention 5. Ms. Jones said -----was proud of the students' hard work. 6. After

36. Physics

You are a traffic accident investigator. You have arrived at the scene of an accident. Two trucks of equal mass(3,000 kg each) were involved in a rear-end accident at a stop sign. here is what you know: Truck 1 approched the intersection from the top of a

37. government

Which powers did Congress use to justify the Civil Rights Act of 1965? A. equal protection clause B. establishment clause C. due process clause D. Tenth Amendment is it A?

38. Calculus

Evaluate exactly the value of the integral from negative 1 to 0 of the product of the cube of quantity 2 times x to the 5th power plus 6 times x and 5 times x to the 4th power plus 3, dx. Your work must include the use of substitution and the

39. Calculus

What are the solutions from 0 to 360 degrees? 2 sin^2 x - 1 = 0

40. Physics

A bucket of weight 72 N is lifted from a well by the wheel and axle system shown below: If the diameter of the circle of the crank handle (diameter of the wheel) is 120 cm and the diameter of the shaft that the rope is wrapped around (diameter of the axle)

41. Physics

By how much will a 2.05 kg object stretch a spring that is suspended vertically if the spring constant is 126 N/m?

42. Physical education

Did social class impact Althea Gibson life and career? How?

43. math

A group of people was surveyed about whether the council should collect recycling once a week instead of once a fortnight. Two-thirds of the people said ‘Yes’, and one-third said ‘No’. A year later the same group of people was surveyed again and

44. MATH

there are 120 question, 1 mark for a correct answer, - 1/2 Mark for wrong answer, - 1/4 Mark for unattempted question. Of 5 mark will get, then how many are incorrect answer.

45. Physics

The efficient of a single fixed pulley is 80% find its mechanical advantage

46. math

-3.5(2-3n)-2.5N expression

47. maths

[x^2/2 -x 1/2] [1/x -1]?

48. mathematics

Three step P,Q and R are at a see. the bearing of P from R is 300° if (PQ)=8km (PR)=11km. (1).illustrate on a diagram (2).find the distance Q and R (3).find bearing of R from Q

50. physics

the charges 1C and 5C are separated by a distance 20cm.what will be the ratio of electrostatic force acting on them?

51. dynamic

A truck traveling along a straight road at 20km/h increase its speed to 120km/h in 15s.if its acceleration is constant. Determine the distance traveled.

52. Java

Can somebody explain this to me? ``` if( (j & 1) == 0) ```

53. Math

how can i solve -10x+y=4?? i think it is impossible with one answer

54. English

1. My father drives me to school. 2. I go to school in my father's car. 3. I go to school by my father's car. [Can we use 'by' in the sentence?] 4. I go to school by car. 5. I drive a car to school. 6. I drive my car to school. [Does #4 mean #5 or #6? When