# Questions Asked onOctober 14, 2019

1. ## History

According to stories in the Vedas, scholars believe that the Indo-Aryans first lived as what? A Farmers B Herders C Hunters (i think its this one but im not sure) D Gatherers

2. ## English

These questions are from "Science and the Sense of Wonder" 1. Which word is the best definition of exultantly? a. joyfully*** b. timidly c. quickly d. sadly 2. What does Asimov predict will happen to Earth in billions of years? a. It will be burned up by

3. ## Science

What conclusion did the researchers from University of California San Diego reach regarding the best type of material to use for beach nourishment? Sandy areas of a beach should alternate with cement areas to prevent erosion. Large, coarse grains of sand

4. ## Science

Which of the following can be expected to occur as climate change continues on Earth?

5. ## History

Which most accurately describes how the Agricultural Revolution impacted the evolution of human society? The Agricultural Revolution led people to consume more protein and fewer grains. The Agricultural Revolution eliminated the need for animal husbandry

6. ## math

The point-slope form of the equation of the line that passes through (–5, –1) and (10, –7) is y plus 7 equals negative StartFraction 2 over 5 EndFraction left-parenthesis x minus 10 right-parenthesis.. What is the standard form of the equation for

7. ## Math

Ski Market sells snowboards. Ski Market knows that the most people will pay for the snowboards is \$129.99. Ski Market is convinced that it needs a 45% markup based on cost. The most that Ski Market can pay to its supplier for the snowboards is:

8. ## Math

Which statement explains how you can use a number line to determine the number that is 4 more than –9? A. Go to –9 on the number line and then move 4 units to the left. B. Go to –9 on the number line and then move 4 units to the right>>>. C. Go to 4

9. ## Math

Which statement about the sum of two additive inverses is true? Select all that apply. A. The sum is 1. B. The sum is zero. C. The sum must be a positive number. D. The sum must be a negative number. E. The addends are the same number with opposite signs.

10. ## History

1. What did Alexis Tocqueville observe on his visit to the United States that reflected changes that were happening in the country during Jackson's administration? A. a strict divide between rich and poor B. a growing spirit of democracy and equality

11. ## English

sentence 1: Everything I know about gardening I learned from my good friend sandy. sentence 5: When she showed me her big, healthy vegetable garden and offered me some gardening tips, I decided to listen hard. sentence 7: Then she taught me how to

12. ## Algebra

The sides of a square are increased by a scale factor of 7. The perimeter of the smaller square is 16 ft. What is the perimeter of the larger square? 4 ft 28 ft 56 ft****** 112 ft

13. ## Civics

Which of the following is a law passed by congress? common law constitutional law*** natural law statutory law Which is the only crime defined in the constitution? treason bank robbery murder*** arson Which of the following happens if a conflict occurs

14. ## Social Studies

Can anybody help me, I really don't understand this question. If there are like any links to qualified websites or something I can use please link them: "What information about ancient India have scholars learned from the Vedas? Do you think the Vedas are

15. ## English

(1)Everything I know about gardening I learned from my good friend Sandy.(2)When I first moved from Iowa to Georgia last May, I tried planting a vegetable garden right away.(3)As I happily weeded the ground I thought to myself, "My garden's produce will be

16. ## physics

An Alaskan rescue plane traveling 49 m/s drops a package of emergency rations from a height of 177 m to a stranded party of explorers. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . Where does the package strike the ground relative to the point directly below

17. ## History

According to stories in the Vedas, scholars believe that the Indo-Aryans first lived as what? A. farmers B. herders C. hunters D. gatherers

18. ## Social Studies

Drag and drop each statement into the box with the economy it best reflects. [ Command economy ] [ Market economy ] Choices; Business owners make decisions about how to run their companies. The government decides how much of an item should be produced.

19. ## history

How did the development of the trust change the way businesses operated? A. Managers were prevented from taking advantage of workers within their companies. B. Companies were held to higher standards and prevented from acting illegally. C. A small group of

20. ## Math

A trail mix recipe calls for 3/4 a cup of raisins for every 5/8 of a cup of peanuts. How many peanuts are needed for 3 cups of raisins?

21. ## Careers

Which job opportunity does this subjects have Maths lit, history, geography and tourism

22. ## Math

Which point is located on the x axis? (-1,-1) (-4,0) (0,5) (3,3)

23. ## Math

Write a number sentence to represent the model. Explain how you determined the number sentence. (+) (+) (+) (+) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)

24. ## Math

Identify all of the following that are prime numbers 2 97 11 27 31 42 59 63 72 81

25. ## English

What makes "I Am a Native of North America" a reflective essay? A. The author shares his ideas and experiences about living in two cultures. B. The author reveals how the white culture harms the earth. C. The author expresses the importance of living

26. ## English

What does Asimov do to convince readers that understanding science increases appreciation of nature's beauty? a. He describes advanced college classes. b. He provides vivid descriptions. c. He tells about famous scientists. d. He criticizes all nature

27. ## Math

Explain how you can determine the sign of the sum of two integers if one integer is positive and the other integer is negative.

28. ## math

This problem below is missing information. The coldest surface temperature on the Moon is 57 degrees colder than twice the coldest surface temperature on Earth. What is the coldest surface temperature on Earth? What information is needed in order to solve

29. ## Math

Write a number sentence to represent the model. Explain how you determined the number sentence. (+) (+) (+) (+) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-)

30. ## Social Studies

Mongolia, Japan, and the Koreas are largely BLANK1 , with large majority ethnic groups. However, the BLANK2 make up a small minority group on the Japanese island of Hokkaido. China’s largest ethnic group are the Han, but the large country has many

32. ## social studies

plz guys i really need help Why did the British decide to tax the colonists? a. to discourage colonists from fighting for independence b. to punish colonists for fighting against them in the french and indian war c. to ease tensions between the european

33. ## math

HELP ME PLEASSE I am so confused Note: Enter your answer and show all the steps that you use to solve this problem in the space provided. At the Last Chance Filling Station, gas costs \$1.60 a gallon. Trevor paid \$32.00 to fill his tank. How many gallons of

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34. ## History

Which of the following statements best summarizes how Baron de Montesquieu felt about power? A. Power should remain in the hands of the upper class since they are educated B. People with power tend to abuse it, so power should be kept in check C.

35. ## Science

Which of the following statements about line graphs is true. A. The dependent variable is on the horizontal axis. B. Line graphs are always straight lines. C. Every data point should be shown on a line graph. D. There is a maximum number of data points

36. ## World History A

In which political system does the government own all businesses and control the economy? A.feudalism B.socialism C.communism D. capitalism Feudalism is a hierarchy and not a socialist idea. And capitalism is owned by private owners. So is it D?

37. ## Physics

An Alaskan rescue plane traveling 49 m/s drops a package of emergency rations from a height of 177 m to a stranded party of explorers. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . Where does the package strike the ground relative to the point directly below

38. ## history

Constantine was the first Roman emperor to embrace Christianity (1), and he issued an edict that protected Christians (2). This officially ended the persecution of Christians and granted them the freedom to worship (3). But the edict failed and Christians

39. ## physics

A basketballer is trying to make a shot in an international game from the 3 point line (6.75 m away from the hoop). The basketball hoop is 3.05 m above the floor, the basketballer’s hands are 1.95 m above the floor when they release the ball at an angle

40. ## science

laws differ from theories because laws do not provide a) hypothesis b)description c)explanation d) statement

41. ## math

Find each quotient 1.1/4 divided by 3/8 2.1/3 Divided by 5/6

42. ## Math

1. When adding √9 and -7, which type of number is the sum? A.irrational B.whole number*** C.radical D.integer I think it is a whole number, but I'm not sure because someone tells me it is radical but the question is √9+(-7) which equals -4 so there for

43. ## History

Use the passage to answer the following question: "I can see no reason to doubt but the imposition of taxes, whether on trade, or on land, or houses, or ships, on real or personal, fixed ort floating property, in the colonies is absolutely irreconcilable

44. ## physics

a stone is attached to the end of an inelastic string and whirled in a circular path of radius of 30cm if the stone makes 9complete revolution in 3 seconds find the angular and linear velocities during the period

45. ## math

Write a number sentence to represent the model. Explain how you determined the number sentence. (+) (+) (+) (+) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) (-) pls

46. ## physics

A football kicker lines up to kick a game winning kick. The goalpost is 30m away and the ball must clear the 3.3m high cross-bar. If the kick leaves his foot at an angle of 35 degrees, how fast must the kick be to be good?

47. ## Mathematics

Solve the proportion. Where necessary, round to the nearest hundredth. 9/10 = x/10 9****** 90 10 100 My educated guess is 9 because 9/10 is equal to 9/10, am i correct?

48. ## History

GUILLOTINE How does this image relate to the Jacobins? A. The Jacobins invented this machine, which began the Industrial Revolution. B. The Jacobins used this machine to scare and execute those who supported the king. C. "The Jacobins used this machine to

49. ## Physics

One strategy in a snowball fight is to throw a snowball at a high angle over level ground. While your opponent is watching this first snowball, you throw a second snowball at a low angle and time it to arrive at the same time as the first. Assume both

50. ## Algebra

A carpenter is cutting a 2 by 4 for the framing of a roof. The length needs to be 5 feet. He allows 0.1-foot possible variation for the length of the cut. What values of l represent the acceptable lengths for the board, in feet? Could this be correct?

51. ## Social Studies

How do the origins of the Romance languages and Germanic languages differ? Why has the Jewish population fallen in Europe? I read the given text for this, but I can't figure them out

52. ## Math

You are saving money to buy a new bicycle that costs \$155.75. You have \$30 and plan to save \$5 each week. Your aunt decided to give you an additional \$10 each week. How many weeks will you have to save until you have enough money to buy the bicycle?

53. ## Math

What is the domain and range of f-1(x) = -6 + or - squareroot of x+75/2

54. ## English

“Compare and contrast or independent reading selection with one or two other selections you read this unit. Support your response and at least two pieces of evidence from your independent reading selection. Be sure to give the title and author of your

55. ## Math

a spring is 3 in. long with no weight suspended from it. For each ounce of weight, the spring stretches 0.2 in. Unitl it reaches its maximum lenght of 9 in. How much weight must be added for the spring to reach its maximum length? algebra

56. ## Calculus

Graph the curve r(t)=(sin(3t),sin(2t),sin(3t)) At how many points on the curve does t appear that the curvature has a local or absolute maximum? I don't know how to graph this by hand or calculator. Any suggest.

57. ## math

Luke is keeping track of the total number of hours he exercises. He started the summer having already put in 15 hours, and he then exercises 7 hours each week. The function to keep track of his exercise is f(x) = 7x + 15. What do the f(x) and x represent

58. ## History

This not really a question but I need something to put I don't have any place cause I alr live there lol . If you could choose to live in any of the regions of South Carolina, which would you choose to live in? Describe the physical, cultural, and economic

59. ## Math

What is the hypotenuse when the 2 legs are 9 and 12 ?

60. ## Math

Walter and Brian each have a cd collection what is x the number of cds in Walters collections

61. ## physics

Can someone help with this question please, The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter is orbiting the moon in a circular polar orbit at a height of 1.00×105 m above the surface. It has a mass of 2379 kg. What is the change of momentum in the orbiter from when it passes

62. ## Math

The sum of the first and second terms of an A.P us 4 and the 10th term is 19. Find the sum of the 5th and 6th terms.

63. ## Science

Betelgeuse is a red, giant star that guided caravans across the deserts of Arabia in the coolness of night. Betelgeuse is considered a _________. A. hot star. B. cooler star.

64. ## physics

A man can throw a ball a maximum horizontal distance of 142 m. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s 2 . How far can he throw the same ball vertically upward with the same initial speed? Answer in units of m.

65. ## Math

A farmer has 4 cartons of specialty eggs for sale. Each carton contains 12 eggs. If 2/3 of the eggs are brown eggs, what is the total number of brown eggs he has for sale?

66. ## Science

Maria and Sam are studying about cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems in the human body. This is a picture of the human digestive system. Each part is a different color. Each part does something different during the process of digestion. Even though

67. ## Chemistry

What kind of reaction is for the following equation: CO2 + CaCO3 + H2O = Ca(HCO3)2 (ie is it a DDR, SDR, Synthesis, etc)

68. ## English

How does the historical era in which each boy lives effect his conflict? use events and details from passages to support your ideas.

69. ## health

When loading a sterilizer, which of the following is incorrect? Question 18 options: Paper/plastic pouches should lie in their edge. Metal basins should be placed on their bottoms. Chamber walls should be free from packages. Space is necessary for steam

70. ## physics

Which would take the larger force to accelerate at a particular rate, a sports car or a moving van full of furniture? Why? A moving van full of furniture would take a larger force because a heavy truck would accelerate less than the sports car?

71. ## Programming

Question : Write a Java program to read integer data set(size of n

72. ## Social

draw a picture that demonstrates Spanish treatment of the Taino natives and consider this question what did Columbus do with many of the natives

73. ## science

What occurs durring meiosis that does not occur durring mitosis? a) Chromosones are passed to offspring b) A cell divides in half c) The chromosone number is divided in half d) Two sex cells combine

74. ## algebra

yes, i typed it wrong it should be: simplify: √͞ 12x^20 y^8 is the answer 2 √͞ 3x^10y^4 i ask bec i checked a radical calculator but it said 2y^4 x^10 √͞ 3 can you explain the steps if I am wrong thank you

75. ## Math

Mrs. Adam walks between 2/5 and 4/5 mile every day. Which is the best estimate of the number of miles she will walk in 30 days?

76. ## Math

Write an inequality that represents the fact that while making your product you can’t exceed this spending limit. I will create a “Bring Your Own Item” painting job where people give me shoes, shirts, phone cases, etc; and I paint them. I am willing

77. ## Math

When building a staircase you need to be concerned with the height of the riser and the depth of the Trent so people can go up and down the stairs comfortably one roll of them used to determine proper arise and thread depth and the sum of the tread depth

78. ## Math

Find all solutions of the equation. x^4 + 3x^3 − 13x^2 − 9x + 30 = 0

79. ## history

How does South Carolina's subtropical climate benefit its economy?

80. ## English

(This is long so use an app or website that will read it to you) Ok. So I know you are stressing. Yes, I know. You wish this schoolwork will end already... I know, I feel ya.. But just know.. That one day, you can change the world! If you are in middle or

81. ## Maths

The sum of 11 of an a.p is 891 find the 28 and 45 if the common difference is 15

82. ## psychology

how would you describe the the collective unconscious archetypes: God, Devil, Hero

83. ## algebra

12x^20 y^8 is the answer 2 √͞ 3x^10y^4 i ask bec i checked a radical calculator but it said 2y^4 x^10 √͞ 3 cab you explain the steps if I am wrong thank you

84. ## geometry

find b on AC such that AN is 2/3 of AC and A is located on (-6,1) and C is located on (6,-8)

85. ## World History A

What similarities does ancient Rome’s government share with today’s modern governments? A.religious and cultural tolerance B.universal suffrage for women C.civil law, citizens’ rights, and the legal process D.monarchies based on heredity I know its

86. ## algebra

List all possible rational zeros of the polynomial and then show that the equation has no rational root. x^5 − 8x^3 + 6x^2 + x − 2 = 0

87. ## Science

Which of the following is not a function of the circulatory system

88. ## social studies

which of the following was not a sign of the breakdown of royal government in georgia? a.) sending delegates to the first continental congress b.) refusal of the commons house to meet when asked by the governor c.) violent demonstrations d.) formation of

89. ## math

Explain patterns in the placement of the decimal point when multiplying 5 by 10^2, 10^1, and 10^0 and when dividing 5 by 10^1, 10^2, and 10^3. state the products of 5*10^2, 5*10^1, and 5*10^0 state the quotients of 5/10^1, 5/10^2, 5/10^3

90. ## math

a ladder is 53 inches tall. How tall is it in feet and inches

91. ## Calculus

QA: “The Softmax/Hockey Stick question”: Functions with these shapes are useful in applications where something had been roughly constant but then starts growing linearly, or vice versa, or has some other piecewise-linear behavior. Examples include the

92. ## math

1. Identify the graph(s) whose line may have the given slope. Then, describe your strategy for matching the graphs to the given slopes. a.1/4 b.0 c.5/4 d.-3

93. ## Algebra

Write an inequality that represents the fact that while making your product you can’t exceed this spending limit. I will create a “Bring Your Own Item” painting job where people give me shoes, shirts, phone cases, etc; and I paint them. I am willing

94. ## Science

(PLEASE CORRECT IF WRONG) A white dwarf star has a surface temperature of about _______ degrees Celsius. A. 3,000 B. 5,000 to 10,000*** C. 20,000 to 50,000 A bright star will have a negative number for its absolute magnitude (brightness) A. true*** B.

95. ## Math

if a distribution has a mean of 50 and a standard deviation of five what value would be -1 standard deviation from the mean

96. ## Math

Can someone solve the questions below?I have no idea how to do them. Only two questions btw... 1.A rectangle has a sides of length (2 + √8)cm and (7 - √2)cm. Find the area of the rectangle. Express your answer in the form a + b √2 ,where a and b are

97. ## Social Studies

Why are the economies of some Southeast Asian nations growing so quickly? A. They all practice a traditional economy. B. They use a command economy with central governmental control. C. They have a mixed economy dominated by markets. D. They have a

98. ## Physics

A jet airliner moving initially at 598 mph (with respect to the ground) to the east moves into a region where the wind is blowing at 548 mph in a direction 62◦ north of east. What is the new speed of the aircraft with respect to the ground?

99. ## English

PLEASE HELP ME!!! a-re-na (uh RE nuh) n.1. a central area used for sports or other forms of entertainment and surrounded by seats for spectators 2. a field of competition or activity adj. taking place in an arena, as in arena football [From the Latin

100. ## Social studies

Which of the following was an outcome of the Russian Revolution? A. The Bolsheviks seized power. B. The czar regained the throne. C. Russia developed a democracy.** D. Russian dictatorship came to an end.

101. ## Managerial economics

Q=50-2p let p=1birr ,is elastic or inelastic?

102. ## math

Production costs for lollies strawberry \$9.55, orange \$8.70, grape \$9.99, bubblegum \$6.30. The packaging is the same for all flavours and costs \$5.00 per lolly. Business like to make a 25% mark up on their stock Business rent a table at flea market every

103. ## Physics

Calculate the electric field intensity 30cm from a point of charge 20C

104. ## Math

if the measure of angle 1 + the measure of angle 2 = 180 and the measure of angle2 + the measure of angle 3 = 180 , then angle 2 is equivilent to angle 3 what property justifies the statement?

105. ## Physics

To win the game, a place kicker must kick a football from a point 30 m (32.808 yd) from the goal, and the ball must clear the crossbar, which is 3.05 m high. When kicked, the ball leaves the ground with a speed of 19 m/s at an angle of 38.1 ◦ from the

106. ## Math

During a one-hour soccer practice the scrimmage portion lasted 15 minutes longer than 4 times the warmup portion. What amount of time was spent on warm ups during soccer practice?

107. ## Physics

A cat chases a mouse across a 1.5 m high table. The mouse steps out of the way, and the cat slides off the table and strikes the floor 2.6 m from the edge of the table. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s 2 . What was the cat’s speed when it slid off

108. ## math

whats 4 x 6+2= A 26 B 25 C 64 D 62

109. ## Physics

Two speakers are 2m apart. An observer is 3m Infront of one speaker. a) if both are driven by a single oscillator at 300Hz, what is the phase difference at the observer b) what is the frequency closest to 300Hz for which the observer hear minimal

110. ## Genetics

If the chromatids involved in each of two crossovers are independent, what is the expected ratio of two-strand : three-strand : four-strand doubles?

111. ## physics

What happens to the motion of a skydiver when they reach terminal velocity? Please help! I can't find anything to help me answer this.

112. ## English

Why Myra never said goodbye?

113. ## Probability

It has been found that 80% of all printers used operate correctly at the time of installation. A seller sells 10 units during a month. 1)find the prob.that at least 9 of the printers operate correctly at the time of installation. 2)Consider 5 months in

114. ## Geometry

Chose which property justifies the statement: If GH=FD and FD=JR, then GH=JR a. Reflexive b. Symmetric c. Transitive d. Def. of Segments

115. ## Engineering science

A boat start sailing on Monday 10:00 at harbour A and sails 600km due north. Later it turns east for a further 420km to reach harbour B on Tuesday at 12:00.a)find total displacement from A-B average. b)speed of the trip.c)average velocity

116. ## math

ANDY IS BUILDING A SANDBOX FOR HIS SON. IT IS 36 INCHES WIDE AND 48 INCHES LONG. HE MEASURED THE DIAGONAL AND FOUND IT WAS 62 INCHES. IS HIS SON’S SANDBOX SQUARE?

117. ## Math

82 feet below sea level ascends 19 feet what integer represents the new dept

118. ## Science

(please correct if i am wrong) A bright star will have a negative number for its absolute magnitude (brightness) A. true B. false

119. ## Physics

A person standing at the edge of a seaside cliff kicks a stone, horizontally over the edge with a velocity of 18 m/s. The cliff is 52 m above the waters surface A. How long does it take for the stone to fall to the water B. What is the vertical velocity

120. ## math

y=sinx for -360 °≤ x≤ 360° on a cartesian plane

121. ## math

(p+3)5 HEPL!!!

122. ## Math

HELP!! The Transamerica Pyramid building shown in the photograph has four faces shaped like isosceles triangles. The measure of a base angle of one of these triangles is about 85 degrees. What is the approximate measure of the vertex angle of the triangle?

123. ## algebra

Write the quadratic equation whose roots are 2 and −5, and whose leading coefficient is 3.

2x+3y=12

125. ## Algebra

The sum of the squares of the lengths of both legs is the same as the square of the length of the hypotenuse. Can someone explain this to me it doesn't make sense the way its worded

126. ## Physics

A man at the back of the crowd watches a parade by holding a plane mirror just above his head. The parade passes 6m behind his head and the mirror is 0.25 in front of the man. How far does the image in the mirror appear to be from the man

127. ## chemisty

Which of the following apply to diffusion

128. ## Physics

Two speakers are 2m apart. An observer is 3m Infront of one speaker. a) if both are driven by a single oscillator at 300Hz, what is the phase difference at the observer b) what is the frequency closest to 300Hz for which the observer hear minimal sound?

129. ## Math

I have to phase as a rate and unit rate and round to the nearest hundredths 4 inches of snow in 4 hours please help me

130. ## Biology

Testosterone is a hormone which activates the transcription of genes. How does this happen ?