Questions Asked on
August 20, 2019

  1. US History

    Which was a direct cause of increased voter participation in the early nineteenth century? A. The expansion of voting rights among African Americans for white men** B. The elimination of property requirements for white men C. The popularity of the

    asked by Anonymous
  2. Science

    How can scientists use diamonds to understand conditions inside Earth? A. They can use diamonds to observe how seismic waves travel through different materials. B. They can use diamonds to cut through layers of Earth's crust. C. They can use diamonds to

    asked by delilah:)
  3. History

    How were the Qin Empire and the Han dynasty similar and different? A. yes Both the Qin and Han were ruled by a powerful emperor, but the Qin believed in the Mandate of Heaven, whereas the Han believed in legalism. B. Both the Qin and Han used the Silk Road

    asked by lil baby
  4. History

    Which statements accurately describe the Silk Road? Select the two correct answers. A. yes It was created to help protect China from invaders. B. It was used mainly for trade. C. It was similar to the Great Wall in both distance and direction. D. yes Its

    asked by lil baby
  5. Science

    An unknown mineral specimen is not scratched by a penny and does not exhibit cleavage. The mineral is most likely to be: obsidian halite fluorite I think it's either obsidian or fluorite!

    asked by delilah:)
  6. Social Studies

    Select the words to make the statements true. After the French and Indian War, 1.the British Proclamation of 1763 barred** / expanded colonial settlement west of the Appalachian Mountains. 2.The Proclamation Line angered / emboldened American colonists,

    asked by anonymous's mom
  7. Earth Science🌍

    1. How can earths layers be defined? Select the two correct answers A. By their physical properties B. But their asthenospheres*** C. By their chemical compositions D. By their amounts of land area*** E. By there Proxmities to the core If I got both wrong

    asked by Nichole
  8. Math

    The New Mexico Division of Fish and Wildlife keeps track of the silvery minnow population in the Rio Grande River. They tagged 54 silvery minnows and released them. A week later, they captured 62 silvery minnows, including 12 tagged silvery minnows. What

    asked by Bonnie
  9. home economics

    list and explain 10 subject related to home economics

    asked by dave
  10. Math

    Connor earns money walking dogs. He made a graph showing the amounts, in dollars, he has earned for different lengths of time, in hours he walked the dogs. What is the amount Connor earns in 1 hour? Pwease help

    asked by Mans In Need
  11. Math

    Nina shops at two different stores, Fran’s Foods and Diane’s Deli. She compares the prices in the two stores to determine which one has the better buy on the items she needs. Use the table to select the correct answers for Blank A, Blank B, and Blank

    asked by Anonymous
  12. History

    What is a major achievement associated with the Shang dynasty? A. the development of a writing system B. yes the construction of the Great Wall C. the invention of paper D. the technique of rice farming

    asked by lil baby
  13. English

    A man had two daughters, the one married to a gardener, and the other to a tile-maker. After a time he went to the daughter who had married the gardener, and inquired how she was and how all things went with her. She said, "All things are prospering with

    asked by KirbyLove
  14. Literature

    Which of the following were characteristics of ancient Greek literature? Select the two correct answers. A. Epic poems reflected the belief that the Gods controlled humans' lives. B. Lyric poetry was sung about topics like war, politics, and emotions. C.

    asked by n0
  15. Math

    determine the area of the shaded region.use 3 for pi. picture shows three circles two small circles inside of one big circle both of the circle are 7 in. A.196 square inches B.294 square inches C.462 square inches D.588 square inches

    asked by Halp
  16. physics

    A 17-car train standing on the siding is started in motion by the train’s engine. 4 cm slack is between each of the cars, which are 9 m long. The engine is tightly connected to the first car and moves at a constant speed of 25 cm/s. How much time is

    asked by Jessie
  17. social studies

    Which feature of Greece’s geography explains the ancient Greeks’ need for trade? A. the mountainous landscape B. the dry summer climate C. the location along the seacoast D. the location along the boundary between Asia and Europe i think the answer is

    asked by help:)
  18. math

    An art collector had 66 6 6 paintings and then bought a new painting for $100,000\$100{,}000 $100,000 dollar sign, 100, comma, 000 . The value of the original paintings6\blueD{\text{original $6$ paintings}} original 6 paintings start color blueD, o, r, i,

    asked by peggy
  19. Chemistry

    When 157 grams of caso4 are dissolved in enough water to yield a volume of 7.24×10^2 milliliter of solution the molarity of the solution will be?

    asked by Black mamba
  20. math

    The bottom 30% of students failed an end of semester examination. The mean for the test was 120 and the standard deviation was 17. What was the passing score?

    asked by Anjani
  21. Calculus

    Find a nonzero vector orthogonal to the plane through the points P, Q, and R.? Consider the points below. P(0,-3,0), Q(4,1,-3), R(5,3,1)

    asked by #1
  22. citizenship education

    fifteen relationship between constitution and constitutionalism

    asked by Anonymous
  23. Maths

    find the number of ways of choosing a school team of 5 pupils from 6 boys and 8 girls if 3 of the boys are cousins are either on the team or all not in the team.

    asked by Raj
  24. English

    The instructions on a box of microwave popcorn are as follows: Center bag on turntable of microwave. Set power on high for three minutes. Stop microwave when popping begins to slow down. Bag will be hot; therefore, exercise caution. Which of these is the

    asked by KirbyLove
  25. Math

    The New Mexico Division of Fish and Wildlife keeps track of the silvery minnow population in the Rio Grande River. They tagged 54 silvery minnows and released them. A week later, they captured 62 silvery minnows, including 12 tagged silvery minnows. What

    asked by Bonnie
  26. Government Philosophies

    Which statement BEST describes a social contract? A. an implied agreement between citizens and government in which citizens release some liberty to government for the good of society B. a contract between local residents and providers of basic services

    asked by angie
  27. Science

    Commonly Eaten Foods List Group Commonly Eaten Foods A squids, crabs, lobsters B branches, barks, twigs, roots C insects, leaves, nuts, bird eggs D vegetables, fish, grains, fruits Which groups contain both primary and secondary consumers? Help me please!

    asked by Jay
  28. Maths

    Using a scale of 1:250,draw an accurate plan of a rectangular garden measuring 25m×15m

    asked by Metse
  29. science

    According to the trend shown by the graph, 750 ml of water should take approximately 20 minutes to boil. true or false I think false

    asked by ice cream
  30. science

    According to the trend shown by the graph, 750 ml of water should take approximately 20 minutes to boil. true or false I think false

    asked by julius
  31. Maths

    If 8, x, y and 27 are four consecutive terms of a GP, find the values of x and y.

    asked by Ethel
  32. history

    Now, you will conduct Internet research to collect information about the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Find one primary source and one secondary source on the topic. Then, you will complete a graphic organizer that includes the following items: a

    asked by fiel
  33. Algebra I

    Good afternoon, I need some help please on the following: Which of the following is a true statement? A. -9 is a whole number B. The square root of 25 is a an irrational number C. 0 is a natural number D. 2/3 is a rational number I believe the correct

    asked by Patrick
  34. Algebra 1

    Good afternoon, Below is another question that I have for Algebra 1. Which of the following statements is false? A. All real numbers are rational numbers. B. Every integer is a rational number. C. All natural numbers are integers. D. Every whole number is

    asked by Patrick
  35. Physical Science

    A basketball or a soccer ball must be inflated properly to work well. Sometimes this is affected by the weather, especially in Arizona. Write a question about how changing the temperature of the air inside a sports ball might affect the gas inside.

    asked by Dannie
  36. algebra

    Is the equation true, false, or open? 4x-3=19 A.True; the expressions are the same for all values of the variables. B.False; the expressions are never the same. C. Open; there is a variable.

    asked by Thomas
  37. Maths

    an aeroplane flies from kubwa(lat 15 ,long 18w) to another town ,bako at the same latitude for 8hrs at long 23E .it then changed course and travelled for a distance 4785km due south of bako to kanji at kanji on the same latitude, travelled for 5hrs at a

    asked by Black mamba
  38. math

    Josie bought a 4 ounce bag of candy and she shared equally among her two friends. How many pounds will each friend get?

    asked by alison
  39. Math

    What's equivalent to 6/8? A 2/3 B 3/6 C 3/4

    asked by Joey
  40. Math- Algebra 2

    Use the identity (x^2+y^2)^2=(x^2−y^2)^2+(2xy)^2 to determine the sum of the squares of two numbers if the difference of the squares of the numbers is 5 and the product of the numbers is 6. Is it 169?

    asked by Victoria
  41. Economics

    Explain the profit maximization condition of multi plant monopolist?

    asked by Ferhiwot
  42. Algebra

    Is the equation true, false, or open? -7+9=-9+7 A.True; the expressions are the same for all values of the variables. B.False; the expressions are never the same. C. Open; there is a variable.

    asked by Thomas
  43. Science

    A man who weight 90kgf is balanced by a small boy 30kgf who sits metres from the fulcrum of a seesaw. At what distance on the fulcrum is the man sitting

    asked by Faith
  44. science

    what does the s and g stand for in 4Fe( )s 3O2 g( ) + 2Fe2O3 s( ) → + energy

    asked by kelly
  45. science

    Two crates , one with mass 4.00 kg and the other with 6.00 kg, sit on the frictionless surface of a frozen pond, connected by a light rope. A woman wearing golf shoes(so she can get traction on the ice)pulls horizontally on the 6.00-kg crate with a force F

    asked by Fidelis
  46. Math

    The diameter of a cylinder is 3 yd. The height is 4 yd. Find the volume of the cylinder in terms of pi

    asked by Anonymous
  47. Science

    A girl who sat 2.5 metres away from the fulcrum of a seesaw is balanced by her aunt weight 65kg sitting 1.5 metres from the fulcrum find the weight of the girl

    asked by Faith
  48. Physics

    Can someone help with this question at the following link? jiskha.com/questions/1799606/Let-G-be-the-center-of-gravity-of-a-uniform-solid-rectangular-parallelepiped-with Please add www. and necessary terms accordingly, as I can't post links within a

    asked by Ashley
  49. art, music and movement

    2. Why might too little instruction or structure for a creative activity cause problems for students? A. Students won’t have enough guidance to find the general path they should follow. B. Students won’t become absorbed in the creative process. C.

    asked by Anonymous
  50. Chemistry

    How many milliliter of 4m of naoH must be added to 100ml of 0.2000m H2S04 solution to completely neutralise the acid .the balance chemical equation is H2S04+NaoH........Na2S04+2H20?

    asked by Black mamba
  51. Math

    By using the formula cos (A+B) = cos A cos B - sin A sin B , prove that cos A - cos 3A = 4 sin^2 A cos A

    asked by Arissa
  52. economics

    If money is used as a mechanism to hold purchasing power for a period of time, it is functioning as a

    asked by sophs
  53. Business English

    what are some words that could describe writing? how can I prewrite and plan the paragraph? how would I write my paragraph in APA format?

    asked by jennifer
  54. Math

    I don’t know what 2- 2 +١ص"@ othermind

    asked by Camille Renn
  55. Algebra

    7 + 2 • 3² – 4

    asked by Clark Davis
  56. Math

    23+15+73-12

    asked by Clark Davis