Questions Asked on
June 20, 2019

  1. biology

    biotic community in Nigeria

    asked by auwal
  2. math

    The three clubs participating in a food drive decided that one club will be randomly picked to write about the food drive for the school paper. The chance to win is proportional to the number of cans collected by each club. If the selection is done by

    asked by damian
  3. math

    there are 5 red marbles, 8 blue marbles, and 12 green marbles in a bag. what is the theoretical probability of randomly drawing either a red marble or a blue marble?

    asked by clare
  4. algerbra

    Polygon ABCD is dilated by a scale factor of 2 with the center of dilation at the origin to create polygon A′B′C′D′. If the endpoints of are located at (0, -7) and (8, 8), what is the length of ? Use the distance formula to help you decide:

    asked by Anonymous
  5. Physics

    A light fixture that weighs 82.2 N is hung symmetrically by three cables that make an angle of 67.1 degrees with the horizontal. Determine the tension (in Newtons) in one of the cables.

    asked by No_pyz
  6. Algebra

    Four groups of students spun the same two-color spinner with the outcomes shown in the table. Which percentage is most likely to be the portion of the spinner painted green? Group 1: Green| 32|Blue|18 Group 2: Green|5|Blue|4 Group 3: Green|66|Blue|44 Group

    asked by Sarah
  7. math

    Travis is testing the effects of a new fertilizer on the growth of a plant. He had 30 plants that were randomly split into two groups. Group 1 was given no fertilizer, and in Group 2 each plant was given a cup of fertilizer. Two weeks later, the height of

    asked by damian
  8. math

    Two baseball teams are tied for first place at the end of the season. According to tie breaking rules, one of the teams will be designated as "Team X" and the other as "Team Y." Team X will then choose between two scenarios. Scenario 1: The tied teams will

    asked by Sarah
  9. Basic programming

    write output of the segment of program below 10 A$ = "ONE O" 20 B$ = "ONE " 30 D$ = " " 40 C$ = A$ & D$ & B$ 50 PRINT C$

    asked by damilous
  10. Algebra

    Tammy bought a bag of bite-sized candies. A serving of 4 pieces of candy is 165 calories. Part 1 Which equation represents the number of calories, c, in x pieces of candy? A. c=4/165x B. c=165/4x C. c=165x+4 D. c=4x+165 Part 2 How many pieces of candy are

    asked by Sarah
  11. history

    what did native americans have to deal with?

    asked by clare
  12. Algebra

    Which demonstrates statistical inference? A. If the outlet mall’s capacity is 6% of the town’s population, 4% to 8% of the town’s population shop at the mall. B. All people are citizens of some country. Mimi is a person. Therefore, Mimi is a citizen

    asked by Sarah
  13. math

    A health and wellness coach is planning an experiment in order to find out if standing instead of sitting improves memory. Some of her twenty participants will memorize as many words from a list as possible while sitting, and the rest will do the same

    asked by damian
  14. Algebra

    Select the functions whose average rate of change over the interval -1 to 2 is 2. Select all that apply: A. 1+4x/2 B.x^2-x C.x^2 D.x^2+x I think its B and D but idk

    asked by damian
  15. history

    How should I study for a history quiz on anthropology and sociology of the united states?

    asked by clare
  16. Algebra

    While on a camping trip, Walter is thinking about riding his bike to one of the two hills. There are some chances of rain and it is possible that the roads to the hills are blocked after the recent storm. Walter is willing to attempt a ride to a hill if

    asked by Sarah
  17. Algebra

    Mrs. Herby bought some carrots. She put 2/5 of them on a platter and the rest in a plastic bag. If there were 8 carrots on the platter, how many carrots were there in the plastic bag?

    asked by Alex
  18. math

    Jeff thinks that to improve one’s success at solving geometry problems accompanied with a drawing, the solver should study the drawing for 30 seconds, turn it upside-down and study it for another 30 seconds, and only then should the solver proceed to

    asked by damian
  19. Basic programming

    WRITE OUTPUT OF THE SEGMENT PROGRAMS BELOW 2 READ score 4 DATA 60 6 IF score = 50 AND score=60 and score

    asked by damilous
  20. Algebra

    Tammy bought a bag of bite-sized candies. A serving of 4 pieces of candy is 165 calories. Part 1 Which equation represents the number of calories, c, in x pieces of candy? A. c=4/165x B. c=165/4x C. c=165x+4 D. c=4x+165 Part 2 How many pieces of candy are

    asked by Sarah
  21. math

    There are 5 red marbles, 8blue marbles, and 12 green marbles in a bag. What is the theoretical probability of randomly drawing a red marble?

    asked by ana
  22. algebra

    How would you be able to determine the asymptotes for this particular problem? Please help me with this f(x) = 1/[1+2^(1/x)]

    asked by Chris
  23. Geometry

    Unclear if the area of the base is diameter or radius. Thank you. The area of the base of a cylinder is 46 square inches and its height is 11 inches. A cone has the same area for its base and the same height. What is the cone's volume?

    asked by Diane
  24. Algebra

    (I know I already posted this but I forgot to say what I thought the answer was) While on a camping trip, Walter is thinking about riding his bike to one of the two hills. There are some chances of rain and it is possible that the roads to the hills are

    asked by Sarah
  25. physics

    An object with a kinetic energy of 50 J is stopped in a distance of 0.01 m. The average force that stops the object is??

    asked by mssailormouth
  26. maths

    1-37+2.51 divided by 13

    asked by bello
  27. Maths

    A big ball contains 3 red,2 white identical balls. If 2 balls are picked at random from the bag,one after the other and with replacement, find the probability that they are different colour?

    asked by Jackson allies
  28. chemistry

    52,g of octance burns in oxygen

    asked by alwaan
  29. English

    What tone does Henry Gilbert create in lines 11-24 of the excerpt of King Arthur’s Knights?

    asked by Jazmine
  30. Algebra

    Which demonstrates statistical inference? A. If the outlet mall’s capacity is 6% of the town’s population, 4% to 8% of the town’s population shop at the mall. B. All people are citizens of some country. Mimi is a person. Therefore, Mimi is a citizen

    asked by Sarah
  31. Math

    F=mango, banana, guyabano, orange

    asked by Princess
  32. English

    Do these words evoke emotions? If so how? “impossible to predict”, “extreme panic attacks and high anxiety”, “risk of dependence”, aggravate anxiety”, “lethargic.”

    asked by A
  33. Math

    20×2_4-8+7

    asked by Lynlynn
  34. science

    what are the science elements of weather ?

    asked by clare
  35. Math

    If something falls in 255th place out of 313 total places, what percentile would it fall under?

    asked by Jake
  36. Physics

    A 8.6 kg bird is flying 81 m above the ground at a speed of 4.9 m/s. Calculate the KE, PE, and momentum of the bird. KE = J PE = J p = kg∙m/s

    asked by Britney
  37. Algebra

    Kyle's Functions Mr. Hawkins gave Kyle two quadratic functions to compare. Function 1 f(x) = -(x-1)^2+9 Function 2 (Its a Table) x | g(x) -1 | 0 -0.5 | 3.75 0 | 6 0.5 | 6.75 1 | 6 1.5 | 3.75 2 | 0 QUESTIONS: Part 1 from "Kyle's Functions" What is the

    asked by Sarah
  38. maths

    -3+(-21)+18

    asked by olabisi
  39. Trignometry

    5sin thita +12cos theta=13 then find the value of 5cos thita -12sin theta

    asked by MOHD SIKANDAR
  40. Physics

    Calculate the gravitational force between the Sun and Neptune. The mass of the Sun is 1.99×1030 kg. The mass of Neptune is 1020×1023 kg. The distance between them is 450×1010 m.

    asked by Britney
  41. mathematics

    simplify of 24 + of 18 - of 21

    asked by olabisi
  42. maths

    a stick is 1.25m long, how long would 83 sticks be if placed end to end?

    asked by oshoke
  43. Math

    factor 3y^2+20y-7/ 5y +35 / (3y-1)

    asked by c
  44. Algebra

    The motion of an object can be described by the following formula, where u = initial velocity, v = final velocity, a = acceleration, and s = distance traveled. v2 = u2 + 2as What is the equivalent equation solved for u, when u > 0? A. u=/v^2+2as B.

    asked by Sarah
  45. Mathematics

    In A Class Containing 32 Student A Student Can Either 2 Govement Or History Or Both If 16 Student Do Govement 18 Do History And Three Do Non Of The Subject

    asked by Abdulhamid Hammajam
  46. psychology

    psychology is a science but not pseudo_psychology.pseudo psychologies are unreliable approaches which do not use the scientific methode. list and discuss in depth various types of pseudo_psychologies

    asked by yusuf
  47. precalculus

    solve each system of equations 6x^2+3y^2-111x-y+128=0 3x-y=1

    asked by Anonymous
  48. Physics

    If the speed of a car is doubled, the work to stop the car changes by a factor of so it's 4....but I cannot think of how I know it is double. Any explaination?

    asked by mssailormouth
  49. precalculus

    solve each system of equations 2x^2-y^2+6x+y+4=0 -2x+y-3=0

    asked by Anonymous
  50. maths

    1. solve for x in the equation 4(x+3)=x+6 2 a baby bus 2 years 10 months 2 weeks and 4 days old, what is the nearest approximate age of the baby

    asked by olabisi
  51. Math

    For Mary’s party, she asked her dad to buy 18 bottles of soft drink. Each bottle contained 1 1/4 litres. The glasses they had for the party could hold 1/5 of a litre. How many glasses could be filled from the 18 bottles of soft drink?

    asked by Dan