Questions Asked on
September 15, 2019

  1. stats

    Which of the following variables for data about a track team is a discrete variable? C would be the discrete variable?? The height of a team member A The weight of a team member B The number of times that a team member finished first in a race C The time

    asked by Anonymous
  2. Science

    In 3-5 sentences, Identify and describe the fossil evidence Wegener used to support the theories of continental drift and plate tectonics.

    asked by Help
  3. math

    The distance (d) in meters that an ant can travel varies directly with the amount of time (t) in hours it spends walking. Assume that an ant’s constant of proportionality is 18. If an ant walks for 10 minutes, how far will it travel in meters? If an ant

    asked by lucy
  4. science

    At which type of plate boundary would a string of small volcanic islands most likely form? convergent ocean-land boundary**** convergent ocean-ocean boundary transverse boundary divergent ocean-ocean boundary

    asked by katy
  5. Physics

    1. To find the height of an overhead power line, you throw a ball straight upward. The ball passes the line on the way up after 0.90 s, and passes it again on the way down 1.4 s after it was tossed. (a) What is the height of the power line? m (b) What is

    asked by Naomi Onye
  6. repost: stats

    The traffic engineer for a large city is conducting a study on traffic flow at a certain intersection near the city administration building. The engineer will collect data on different variables related to the intersection each day for ten days. Of the

    asked by Anonymous
  7. Algebra

    Organizers for a local race plan to provide 4 water bottles for each runner, 328 people have signed up to run in the race which of the following equations represent the this situation and what does the variable x represent A) 328/x=4, x=number of water

    asked by James
  8. physics

    A motorist with an expired license tag travels at a constant speed of 17.2 m/s down a street, and a policeman on a motorcycle, taking another 4.08 s to finish his donut, gives chase at an acceleration of 2.71 m/s2.

    asked by Jade
  9. physics

    A jet lands at 60.2 m/s, the pilot applying the brakes 2.28 s after landing. Find the acceleration needed to stop the jet within 5.83 102 m after touchdown. Acceleration answered in (m/s2)

    asked by Anonymous
  10. English

    Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase and adverb 1. A couple of months ago, Juana and I finally decided to buy a houseplant for the kitchen. 2. The large ones we saw were too expensive for us. 3. “Let’s buy some seeds and

    asked by Hayden
  11. Math

    Each point on this coordinate gird makes a right triangle with the origin, A, and the x-axis. determine the indicated trigonometric ratio in each triangle. A= (0,0) P= (-4,3) 1) Sin A and point P

    asked by anonymous
  12. physics

    Last question from me Suppose the driver in this example is now moving with speed 39.6 m/s, and slams on the brakes, stopping the car in 4.1 s. (a) Find the acceleration assuming the acceleration is constant. m/s2 (b) Find the distance the car travels,

    asked by Jade
  13. Physics

    Suppose a soccer player kicks the ball from a distance 15 m toward the goal. Find the initial speed of the ball if it just passes over the goal, 2.4 m above the ground, given the initial direction to be 35° above the horizontal.

    asked by Nicol
  14. Geometry

    Find the area of the rectangle with the given base and height. 11ft, 3 in I think answer is 33 ft squared but not sure if it isn't please tell me the correct answer and how you got it

    asked by Leah
  15. Algebra

    what is the solution to 5q=-75? A) q=-25 B)q=-15 C)q=25 D)q=15

    asked by James
  16. English

    Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase and adverb 1. A couple of months ago, Juana and I finally decided to buy a houseplant for the kitchen. 2. The large ones we saw were too expensive for us. 3. Suddenly, Juana had a

    asked by Hayden
  17. Precalculus

    Outside temperature over a day can be modeled as a sinusoidal function. Suppose you know the temperature is 55 degrees at midnight and the high and low temperature during the day are 62 and 48 degrees, respectively. Assuming t is the number of hours since

    asked by HAHA
  18. chemistry

    A student is given a 5.000g sample to analyze composed of tin metal with a small amount of a zinc impurity. The student dissolves the metal in concentrated nitric acid, allows the reaction to continue to completion, and heats the mixture to leave 6.341g of

    asked by elijah
  19. English

    Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase and adverb 1.Birds, bats, and bugs fly effortlessly. 2.During the eighteenth century, a few creatures involuntarily entered the skies. 3.In 1783, an unpiloted balloon was tested, and a

    asked by Ryan
  20. Chemistry

    Calculate the number of oxygen molecules required to convert 7.50dm^3 of SO2 measured at s.t.p to SO3( molar volume of gas = 22.4dm^3, avogadros number = 6.02× 10^23)

    asked by ONYEMA-DIKE VERONICA
  21. English

    Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase and adverb 1. The immensely long wagon train started out from Denver, Colorado. 2. Both oxen and mules were used to pull unusually large wagons. 3. Even in good weather, the long trail

    asked by Hayden
  22. probability

    Suppose you flip an unfair coin, where 𝑝(ℎ𝑒𝑎𝑑𝑠)=0.65. A) What is the probability of getting AT MOST 7 heads on 10 flips? B) What is the probability of getting at least 6 heads on 10 flips? It's the "At most" that is messing me up. Anyone?

    asked by Susan
  23. physics

    A projectile is launched straight up at 54.5 m/s from a height of 88 m, at the edge of a sheer cliff. The projectile falls, just missing the cliff and hitting the ground below. (a) Find the maximum height of the projectile above the point of firing. 151.5

    asked by Anonymous
  24. Calculus

    Suppose in January, 𝑡=1 , a lake is covered by 2 square meters of algae. Every month, the area covered by algae doubles. (Assume that the growth occurs continuously.) Find the growth rate as a function of time with units square meters per month. Enter t

    asked by Brett
  25. math

    Tamra is having difficulty deciding whether to put her savings in the Albina Community Bank or in the Umpqua Bank. Albina offers a 12% rate compounded quarterly, and Umpqua offers 14% compounded semiannually. Tamra has $40,000 to invest and expects to

    asked by Diana
  26. Calculus

    Evaluate the derivatives by implicit differentiation. Assume all letters represent constants, except for the independent and dependent variables occurring in the derivative. 𝑃𝑉^𝑐=𝑛𝑅𝑇

    asked by Brett
  27. geography

    What caused Nordic countries to become more continental in the 1300s? increased trade the development of democracies industrialization new social classes

    asked by hello
  28. geometry

    Line segment AB with the length ais divided by points P and Q into three line segments: AP , PQ , and QB , such that AP = 2PQ = 2QB. Find: (1) The distance between point A and the midpoint of segment QB ; (2) The distance between the midpoints of the

    asked by You reposted in the wrong neighborhood
  29. Math

    How do you write the standard form of 4 hundreds+17 tens + 4 ones ?

    asked by Anonymous
  30. Math

    80 students are going on a field trip to the history Museum. The total cost includes to bus rentals and $10 per student for lunch. What is a total cost per student? Please show work!

    asked by Emily
  31. chemistry

    0.222g of a divalent metal is deposited when a current of 0.45ampere is passed through a solution of its salt for 25min using appropriate electrodes calculate the relative atomic mass of the metal

    asked by favour
  32. math

    In 2001 Windsor Ontario will receive its maximum amount of sunlight 15.28 hrs on Jun 21 and its least amount of sunlight 9.08 hrs on Dec 21? a. Due to the earth's revolution about the sun, the hours of daylight function is periodic. Determine an equation

    asked by A
  33. algebra

    add 3.6 x 10^7 + 5.1 x 10^7 and write your answer in scientific notation

    asked by BabyJ
  34. Math

    How do i determine if this function (x-4)(x+3)(2x-1) is even or odd?

    asked by David
  35. geography

    The Northwestern European Plain is used mainly for agriculture. true or false. i think its false

    asked by hello
  36. Math

    I do not understand how to do this please help. The distance (d) in meters that an ant can travel varies directly with the amount of time (t) in hours it spends walking. Assume that an ant’s constant of proportionality is 18. Write an equation to

    asked by lucy
  37. Math

    a) (root 3 + i )to the 8th power b) (1-i) to the seventh power

    asked by Keke
  38. English

    Identify the subject, verb, compliment, adj and prepositional phrase and adverb 1. The immensely long wagon train started out from Denver, Colorado. 2. Both oxen and mules were used to pull unusually large wagons. 3. Even in good weather, the long trail

    asked by Hayden
  39. Geometry

    The area of an 12​-cm-wide rectangle is 252 cmsquared. What is its​ length? please show steps on how you get the answer I dont even understand where to start

    asked by Cassie
  40. Calculus

    Find the linear approximation of 𝑓(𝑥)=√(𝑎+𝑏𝑥) at 𝑥=0 . (Here 𝑎 and 𝑏 are constants; assume 𝑎>0 .)

    asked by Brett
  41. Literature

    Which word is the transitive verb in the sentence Molly hammer the final now

    asked by Gia
  42. physics

    I guess this is my last question really don't understand what im writing in wrong when it goes to the quadratic equation. Below is the question: A car traveling at a constant speed of 26.7 m/s passes a trooper hidden behind a billboard, as in the figure.

    asked by Jade
  43. Math

    Tiffany put a 30% deposit on a cake for her wedding. If her deposit was $120, how much more money does she owe for her wedding cake?

    asked by Sarag
  44. Career guidance

    can i become a lawyer doing tourism, history, geography and mathematical Literacy?

    asked by Karabelo
  45. Math

    Prove that 2sec²∅=3-tan²∅

    asked by Okezie
  46. Algebra

    A wire is stretched from the ground to the top of an antenna tower. The wire is 15 feet long. The height of the tower is 3 feet greater than the distance d from the tower's base to the end of the wire. Find the distance d and the height of the tower.

    asked by S
  47. math

    3/4 of the students in a school were girls and the rest were boys. 2/3 of the girls and 1/2 of the boys attended the school carnivel. Find the total number of students in the school if 330 students did not attend the carnivel.

    asked by Anonymous
  48. science

    A load of400N is raised 2M by a machine in which an effort of 200N moves 5M. Culculate the efficient of the machine.

    asked by Amani
  49. history

    how is home economic relate to history

    asked by Esther
  50. Math

    Choice 1: Payments of $ 2650 now, $ 3100 a year from now, and $ 3610 two years from now. Choice 2: Three yearly payments of $ 3100 starting now. Assume interest is compounded continuously. What is the interest rate that would make both choices equally

    asked by Clarence
  51. physics

    1) A certain aircraft has a liftoff speed of 111 km/h. (a) What minimum constant acceleration does the aircraft require if it is to be airborne after a takeoff run of 206 m? (b) How long does it take the aircraft to become airborne? 2) A ball is thrown

    asked by anon
  52. Algebra

    There are 8 boys on the school dance team. These 8 boys make up 16% of the dance team. How many students are on the dance team?

    asked by Sarah
  53. Civics

    impact of the contemporary social issue

    asked by Lucky
  54. Math

    The domain of any linear relationship never has restrictions true or false?

    asked by R
  55. management

    Team process does not consist of: a) Development b) Trust c) Value d) Cohesiveness I find value to be pretty odd in this list and think it should be the answer, but I am very confused since I feel teams generate something of value. What would be the

    asked by herlock
  56. math

    Setting a price on perishable items does not include calculating a. a selling price per dozen b. the total cost c. the total selling price d. a selling price per day. my answer is D.

    asked by Diana
  57. Math

    Guzie's cookie recipe it says to use 2 ⅓ cups of flour to ¼ cup of brown sugar. How much brown sugar would you use per cup of flour?

    asked by Alex
  58. Math

    Joanna received a check for $125. She saved 28% of her check. How much money did she save? A: 12 B: 50 C: 35 D:46

    asked by Sarah
  59. Math

    2. A factory manufactures two products each requiring the use of three machines. The machine A can be used at most 70 hours; the machine B at most 50 hours; and the machine C at most 90 hours. The first product requires 2 hours on machine A, 4 hours on

    asked by Reynaldo Mayo
  60. Science

    The curved surface area of a cylinder is 1760cm^2 and its volume is 12320cm^3. Find radius

    asked by Rocking ABHI
  61. geography

    The sphere of influence of a clinic

    asked by Rolivhuwa Muthude
  62. Maths

    Sabastin ran 60m distance in 6.34s Steven ran 100m distance in 10.23s Smith ran 150m distance in 14.98s Who is the fastest sprinter? Justify answers

    asked by Nirmala
  63. Math

    If 164= 126745 285= 238956 Then 316=?

    asked by Anonymous
  64. science

    what are super absorbent polymers?

    asked by dhinakaran
  65. math

    please help me guys Find the sum of all even numbers between -10 and 10

    asked by kelvin
  66. Mathematics

    John is 10 years old. In 5 years time Mary will be twice as old as John will be? How ild is Mary now?

    asked by Dillon