# Posts by Annika

Total # Posts: 56

**Chemistry Help**

For the reaction 2HI(g) <----> H2(g) + I2(g), Kc = 0.0198 at 721K. What is the HI concentration at 721K if [H2] = 0.120 M and [I2] = 0.0150 M? I'm getting .303 M but that's not one of the options.

**Math**

A car travels 168.75 km in 12.5 litres of petrol . Find the distance travelled by the car in 15 litres

**Math**

Solve and prove the identity (tan x+ cot (-x))/ (tan x - cot(-x))= 1-2cos^2(x)

**Math**

A rectangle made of square tiles measures 8 tiles wide and 10 tiles long. What is the length in tiles of a similar rectangle 12 tiles wide?

**math**

two joggers used a 2 km circular road for their training. if they start together from the same place and jog in opposite directions, they meet after 15 minutes. However, if they jog in the same direction at the end of one hour and 15 minutes, the faster jogger would have gone ...

**Language Arts**

told ya

**Language Arts**

Ms.Sue no but I’m on it too

**Language Arts**

I’m also on it too weird lol

**Language Arts**

Okay thanks so I’m guessing 2. D? and 3. B?

**Science**

Ugh! I got 3/5 and my origional answers were RIGHT. I only trust bobpursley, Ms. Sue, and writeteacher from now on.

**Science**

Please respond.

**Science**

Is 2. A and 5. C?

**Science**

Are my answers right or wrong?

**Science**

1. A pea plant with yellow seeds is crossed with a pea plant with green seeds. All of the offspring have yellow seeds. The allele for yellow seeds is A. dominant because all of the offspring has yellow seeds** B. recessive because all of the offspring has yellow seeds C. ...

**Math**

Express the following as a logarithm and simplify. 1. log(3x^2 + 11x - 20) - log(3x - 4) 2. 1/6 log3 27 + log3 18 - log3 2 3. log5 cube root of 625 4. 2loga x^3 + 3loga y + 4loga z - 3logz w

**Math**

Express the following as a logarithm and simplify. 1. log(3x^2 + 11x - 20) - log(3x - 4) 2. 1/6 log3 27 + log3 18 - log3 2 3. log5 cube root of 625 4. 2loga x^3 + 3loga y + 4loga z - 3logz w

**Math**

Why is zero not in the doamin of the logarithmic functions y= log3 x and y = log5 x?

**Physics**

1. Give 3 reasons why it is important to know the nature and properties of waves. 2. Aside from crossing the street, identify one scenario in practicing road safety and explain how it is realted to Doppler Effect.

**Math**

Why is it 3 and 4?

**Math**

If the graph is decreasing from left to right, which of the following equations may be represented by it. 1. y = 2^x + 1 2. y = -2^-x + 1 3. y = 2^-x – 1 4. y = 2^-x + 1

**Math**

Thank you very much. I got it now.

**Math**

A rectangular lawn is 60meters by 80meters. A part of the lawn is torn out to install a pool, leaving a strip of lawn of uniform width around the pool. The area of the poolnis 1/6 of the old lawn area. How wide is the strip of lawn?

**Math**

A gardenervhas 100 meters of fencing to enclose two adjacent rectangular gardens. The gardener wants the enclosed area to be 400 sq meters. What dimensions should the gardener use to obtain this area?

**Math**

1. A gardener has 30 feet by 20 feet rectangular plot of ground. He wants to build a brick of walkway of uniform width on the border of the plot. If the gardener wants to have 400 square feet of ground left for planting, how wide should he build the walkway? 2. A rectangular ...

**Math**

Thank you so much Reiny. I clearly understood it.

**Math**

1. The quadratic equation -3x^2 – x = 10 has two real solutions. (true or False) Justify your answer. 2. If (2x – 3) (x + 5) = 8, then either 2x – 3 = 8 or x + 5 = 8. (True or False) Justify your answer.

**Physics**

We have a projectile launched upward with an initial horizontal velocity of 20 m/s and an initial vertical velocity of 30 m/s. 1. What is the actual initial speed of the projectile? 2. What happens to the horizontal component of the velocity as the projectile flies through the...

**Math**

Hi Steve! So with your explanation, am I correct in saying that the error in the above given is (a - b)^2 = (b - a)^2?

**Math**

Encircle the error in the following "proof" that the two arbitrary numbers are equal to each other. Let a and b the arbitrary numbers such that a is not equal to b. Then, (a - b)^2 = a^2 - 2ab + b^2 = b^2 - 2ab + a^2 (a - b)^2 = (b - a)^2 a - b = b - a 2a = 2b a = b

**Math**

Thank you so very much

**Math**

Consider the general quadratic equation ax^2 + bx + c = 0, where a is not equal to 0. Solve for x by completing the square.

**Math**

Find the 12th term of the arithmetic sequence 2, 6, 10, … .

**Math**

Solve for the 101st term of the sequence whose 1st term is x-y and d=2x+y-3.

**Math**

Okay. I think I get it. Thanks for the help.

**Math**

1. Find the 12th term of the arithmetic sequence 2, 6, 10, … . 2. Solve for the 101st term of the sequence whose 1st term is x-y and d=2x+y-3. 3. In the sequence 2, 6, 10, … , what term has a value of 106?

**Math**

Solve for the 101st term of the sequence: 6-p, 4+p, 2+3p, 5p, … .

**Math**

Solve for the 1st term of the arithmetic sequence whose 33rd term is -2p and whose 61st term is 26p.

**Math**

Find one solution for each equation. 1. cos 4theta = sin theta 2. tan 4theta = cot (20^0 + 20) Write the function sin (B + 35^0) in terms of its cofunction.

**math - trig**

Suppose ABC is a right triangle with sides of lengths a, b, and c and right angle at C. Find the unknown side length using the Pythagorean Theorem and find the following trigonometric functions of the indicated angle. Given: a = 4 and b = 7 Find: sin A, cot B, sec A, tan B

**Science-Chemistry**

List materials that are commonly found at home or in school that have: a. Different structures and exhibit different properties b. The same chemical make-up (composition) but with different structures, hence, different properties c. The same properties but with different ...

**Science - Chemistr++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++**

List materials that are commonly found at home or in school that have: a. Different structures and exhibit different properties b. The same chemical make-up (composition) but with different structures, hence, different properties c. The same properties but with different ...

**science**

The atomic mass of lithium is 6.94, the naturally occurring isotopes are 6Li = 6.015121 amu, and 7Li = 7.016003 amu. Determine the percent abundance of each isotope.

**math - trig**

1. Find csc A, cos A and tan A of an angle A whose terminal side contains (– 12, – 5). 2. Find sin X, sec X and cot X of an angle X whose terminal side contains (– 3, 5).

**Math**

What is the measure of the side of a cube if the volume is 27000cm3?

**Math**

how do i solve B) though?

**Math**

A rectangular prism has a volume of 960cm. It's width, length, and height are in the ratio 3:5:8. A) Determine the dimensions of the prism B) What is the ratio of the left side to the front to the top of the prism by surface area? C) Calculate the surface area of the prism.

**physics**

Star Z has 1/5 the radius of Earth and 1000 times the Earth's mass. If a mass weighs 1.0 N on Earth, what does it weight on Star Z?

**physics**

Star Z has 1/5 the radius of Earth and 1000 times the Earth's mass. If a mass weighs 1.0 N on Earth, what does it weight on Star Z?

**clothing and textile**

the method of removing fullness is basically stiching a garment to suite the wearer's shape and style.there are four basic ways of removing fullness which are:PLEATS TUCKS DARTS GATHERING

**horoscopes**

on which site can you find out about all the new horoscopes 2009?

**4th grade math**

lets do this

**english word**

thankyou!!! but what about 'cinqued'?? cinqe is an old english word for 5, isn't it?

**english word**

If 'quartered' means the object has been divided into four, which word do we use for an object that's been divided into 5?

**english**

I'm trying to study satire. I found this poem online Now if you take an orange And hold it in your hand, It isn't really there at all - Or so I understand. A sensationalist will prove to you That though you know it's there, It's only just sensations Of which ...

**english milton**

oh i have one last doubt!!! The words Oreb and Sinai are biblical places. I don't know how to pronounce them... which syllables are stressed? is it OReb and SInai or oREB and siNAI???

**English**

I have to write a concise precis of a short story that I read, consisting of 130 words. What is a 'precis'?