# Questions Asked onAugust 5, 2019

1. ## Life orientation

The impact of risky behaviour in social, emotional, physical and spiritual

2. ## math

Find the number of different ways that an instructor can choose 7 students from a class of 35 students for a field trip.

3. ## math

random sample of size 36 is taken from a population with mean 50 and standard deviation 5. Find P( x¯ < 51.5).

Can someone please help? Identify the correct sentence. Question 24 options: A) Not far from the studio is an Italian restaurant, a gas station, and a park that has a running path. b) Not far from the studio are an Italian restaurant, a gas station, and a

5. ## Chemistry

We mix 119 grams of oxygen gas with 176 grams of argon in a volume of 520 mL at 116 Celsius. What will be the final pressure of the gas mixture? Answer in units of atm.

6. ## Math

Natalie puts down \$800 on a car. Natalie still owes 90% of the purchase price. What was the price she bought the car for? (Round to the nearest hundredth or hundredth percent as needed.) A. \$12,000 B. \$720 C. \$8,000 D. \$6,000 My answer is A.

7. ## English

There are five boys ________ A) whom two were beaten B) of which two were beaten C) two of whom were beaten D) of whom two were beaten 2. This is the man _____ told me the news A) who I said B) said that he C) whom I said D) who I said he Am not an English

8. ## Maths

Three boys play a game of luck in which their respective chances of winning are 1/2 1/3 and 1/4.What is the probability that one and only one of the boys wins the game?

9. ## life orientation

examine the impacts of risky behavior on the different spheres of well being

10. ## LO

Four types of risky behaviour amongst youth and explain by giving examples

11. ## Physics

The velocity of a train is reduced uniformly from 40km/sec to 30km/sec travelling a distance of 100km. A. Calculate the retardation B. How much farther will it travel before coming to rest, assuming the same retardation.

12. ## Civics

There is a public debate between the three candidates for the U.S. Senate. During the debate, the topics of oil and energy are addressed. Each candidate expressed their view on the issue: Edgar Eisenhower: "We need to cut our dependence on foreign oil.

13. ## Maths

Two numbers are chosen at random from three numbers 1,3,5.Find the probability that the sum of the two is not odd?

14. ## Math

Mohave Community College reimburses faculty members \$.298 cents per mile to go to a workshop. Professor Boes submitted her travel log for a total of 650.11 miles. What reimbursement can Professor Boes expect? (Round to the nearest cent.) A. \$193.71 B.

15. ## Physics

What is the magnitude of the resultant velocity for a bird flying first at a speed of 10m/s North East and then flying to south at a speed of 8m/s?

16. ## probability

Let X and Y be independent continuous random variables that are uniformly distributed on (0,1). Let H=(X+2)Y. Find the probability P(lnH≥z) where z is a given number that satisfies ez

17. ## Calculus

What is the equation of the parabola, given the following equation: Directrix is the y-axis and focus at (3,5)

18. ## Math

The sum of a number times 7 and 28 is greater than 30

19. ## Calculus

The Earth's orbit is an ellipse with the sun at one focus. The length of the major axi is 186,000,000 miles and the accentricity is 0.0167. Find the distance from the ends of the major axis to the sun. These are the greatest and least distances from the

20. ## Life Orientation

Examples of inhumane farming methods

21. ## Life orientation

Effectiveness and ineffectiveness of traffic fines to reduce road accidents

22. ## Life Orientation

Describe any six risky situation young people are exposed to

23. ## maths

If a boy standing on the assembly ground looks at tje school flag from an angle of 32°and the length of the pole is 90cm.find the distance of the pole from the boy,to the nearest signifant figures using elevation and depression method

24. ## Statistics

1)A quiz consists of 8 multiple choice questions, each with 5 possible answers. If random guesses are made for all 8 questions, find the probability that a student will answer exactly 5 correctly. A. 0.999 B. 0.009 C. 0.990 D. There is not enough

Margaret Hillman invested ​\$3,000 at 1% compounded quarterly for one year. Find the future value and the interest earned for the year.

26. ## math

Given the vector a= Find the unit vector in the same direction in component form

27. ## Science

A lorry with a mass of 210 has a tractive resistance of 280N/t at a speed of 72km/h .calculate the distance covered in 36s and the power required for that speed

29. ## Physics

Find gravitational force between sun and naptune

30. ## English

Replace to possessive noun of Racing bikes belonging to Fred Smith

31. ## Physics

A net force of 2×10⁴N is used to move a motorboat at a constant speed of 2.8m/s.how much power is develop?

32. ## Math

Average of 12,43,37,40

33. ## Calculus

(y+5)^2/169 + (x-5)^2/49 =1 What are the coordinates of the foci, the ends of the major and minor axes and the end of each latus rectum. I already had the; V1(18,-5);V2(-8,-5) B1(5,2);B2(5,-12) F1(15.95,-5);F2(-15.95,-5) I cabt find out the latus rectum

34. ## Calculus

Hi. My teachers gave it as a assignment without teaching it nicely, can you please help me. Writing the equation of ellipse. 1.) Center(0,0), one vertex (3,0) one minor axis (0,2) 2.) F(-4,2) and (4,2), major axis 10. 3.) V(-5,0) and (5,0) length of LR is

35. ## Life orientation

Factors of unemployment and crime and violence discuss the impact of social issues

36. ## Maths

If x,y can take values from the set (1,2,3,4),find the probability that the product of x and y is not greater than 6?

37. ## Life orientation

Assess the extent to which bad road use has a direct impact on the physical emotional, social and economic aspects to the family,the community and country

38. ## Maths

The probability of an event P is 3/4 while that of another event Q is 1/6.If the probability of both P and Q is 1/2.What is the probability of either P or Q?

39. ## LO

How do you write a interviews conducting the different spheres of well being

40. ## Life orientation

Why it is important for the youth to investigate and be knowledgeable about it

41. ## Life orientation

Provide 5 facts in yur community and in the country are affected by poverty

42. ## probability

1) Let X and Y be independent continuous random variables that are uniformly distributed on (0,1) . Let H=(X+2)Y . Find the probability P(lnH≥z) where z is a given number that satisfies e^z

43. ## AP English

what is the tone of "The Ash Guy" by Thomas Beller

44. ## Life orientation

Critically discuss six ways in which unequal access to water affects the local communities

45. ## Physics

A ball of mass 8kg falls from rest height of 100meters neglecting the air resistance calculate its total energy after falling a distance of 40meters

46. ## math

170% converted to a fraction equals A. 70⁄100. B. 170⁄1000 C. 17⁄10. D. 7⁄10. my answer is C

47. ## Statistics

. A grocery story recorded amount of time that 20 randomly selected shoppers waited checkout lines. The mean was 322 seconds (5 minutes, 22 seconds) and the standard deviation was 48 seconds. Construct a 95% confidence interval for the mean wait time for

48. ## Statistics

1)A quiz consists of 8 multiple choice questions, each with 5 possible answers. a. If a student guesses on all 8 of the questions, do the number of questions answered correctly form a binomial distribution? A. Yes B. No b. If "yes", give the mean (µ) and

49. ## MATH

The weights of black bears are normally distributed with a mean of 264 kg and a standard deviation of 38 kg. Let X be the weight of a randomly selected black bear. Use this information for exercises 2 and 3. 2. If P(a < X < 264) = 0.1139, find the value of

50. ## math stats

When 100 students at UCF were given a calculus problem that required the use of integration by parts, 95 were able to solve it. When 100 FAU students were given the same problem, 68 were able to solve it. What is the test statistic associated with the

51. ## probability

Problem 2. Continuous Random Variables 2 points possible (graded, results hidden) Let 𝑋 and 𝑌 be independent continuous random variables that are uniformly distributed on (0,1) . Let 𝐻=(𝑋+2)𝑌 . Find the probability 𝐏(ln𝐻≥𝑧) where

52. ## math

Anika's checking account had a balance of \$3,100.55 on July 1. After looking at her bank statement, she noticed an NSF for \$60.50, a service charge of \$12.55, and a note collected for \$600. There was one deposit in transit for \$400 and no checks

53. ## Math

Sharon drove 188.3 miles to see a softball game. If she was driving for 3 1/2 hours,what was her average rate of speed?

54. ## stats

I need help. I am so so lost and need the answers and step by step if possible. I have tried everything but I think I'm just.. having a huge brainfart. I need the answers and the step by step please A quiz consists of 8 multiple choice questions, each with

55. ## Math

I got the answers already and correct me if I am wrong. I just need help finding the mean and standard deviation for section B. A quiz consists of 8 multiple choice questions, each with 5 possible answers. a. If a student guesses on all 8 of the questions,

56. ## science

calculate the enthalpy change for the allotropic transformation of sulphur in the monoclinic form to sulphur in the rhombic form from the following data's 1.S+oxygen gives sulphurdioxide,Delta H is equal to-295.1KJ 2.sulphur +oxygen gives

57. ## English

What does the following statement mean? "Late fee becomes due when rent is not received by the end of the 4th day of the rental period." Does this mean that, for example, if the monthly rental period is from September 1 to September 30, the late fee is due