# Posts by Canyon

Total # Posts: 13

**Algebra**

Thank you

**Algebra**

I got W+(-8/3)=4 W=4+8/3 W=20/3= W=6 2/3 Is my way still OK? I went the extra step to simplify. This is 8th grade algebra

**Algebra**

W-8/3=4

**7th grade algebra**

Find the area of the circle with the given circumference C Use 3.14 for pi C=37.68

**7th grade algebra**

[(-5)^2]^5=(-5)^10 Tell whether the product of powers property, the power of the power property, or the power of the product property can be used to simplify the expression???

**7th grade algebra**

I am supposed to match the function with its possible range. y=2x-1 is the probrem The ranges include -7,-4,-1,2,5,8 or -5,-3,-1,1,3 or 11,6,1,-4,-9,-14 or 4,3,2,1,0 Can you teach me how to figure this out???

**7th grade algebra**

Thank you

**7th grade algebra**

I am supposed to match the function with its possible range. y=2x-1 is the probrem The ranges include -7,-4,-1,2,5,8 or -5,-3,-1,1,3 or 11,6,1,-4,-9,-14 or 4,3,2,1,0 Can you teach me how to figure this out???

**7th grade algebra**

-7/8 + 5 1/2 x 11/15 In order of operations do I do 5 1/2 x 11/15 and then add the -7/8?

**7th grade algebra**

Cliff diver jump from a height of 85 to 115 feet above the water. After t seconds the diver has fallen 16tto the 2nd power feet. does the diver jumping from 85 feet reach the surface of the water within 2 seconds- why or why not.

**6th grade math word problem**

Mrs. Silva has 24 lillies to arrange in equal rows. Name all the possible of number of lillies she could have in each row.

**Math**

2.25

**6th grade math**

Which numbers use only 2's and 5's as prime factors. The numbers are 3,4,7,8,12,13,15,16,20,25,28,30,36,40,45,and 48.