Posts by Jerald

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  1. Math

    Cindi wants to cover the top and sides of this box with glass tiles that are 1 cm square. How many tiles will she need if the box has a length of 20 width of 15 and height of 9
  2. Math

    236 inches of paper?
  3. Math

    Victor wrapped a gift box with no overlaps How much paper did he use if the length is 8 inches the width is 6 inches and the height is 5 inches
  4. Math

    Find the surface area of rectangular pyramids 1. Length= 1.15ft Width=0.82 ft Height of the slanted face =3.17ft Surface Area=7.1879ft^2 Formula for Rectangular Pyramid Surface Area : B+1/2pl B=area of base p=perimeter of base l=height of slanted face
  5. Science

    Work or no work? Work=ForcexDistance 1. A person holding a box of potatoes. No work 2. A batter holds his bat at his side while waiting for his turn to play. No work 3. Your sister carries home her books from school. No work 4. You push a box from point A to point B along the ...
  6. Science

    Asexual reproduction results in A.more diversity in their offspring B.less diversity in their offspring C. variation and diversity in the offspring D. a species adapting to its changing environment Answer : B Sexual reproduction results in A: offspring that can adapt to ...
  7. Science

    Which is not a plant adaptation found in grasslands A.long roots B. narrow leaves/grass C.wind and animal seed dispersion D.rumen in bison Answer : D Which is not an animal adaptation found in grasslands? A. long legs B.burrowing animals C.transpiration through stomata D.Rumen...
  8. Science

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  9. Science

    Which contains only abiotic factors? A.firewood wind and fish B. water wind and soil C. rocks soil and grass D. water grass and firewood Answer : b Which is not a type of grassland Savanna Plains prairie sahara Answer : sahara Which is not a characteristic of grasslsnds A. dry...
  10. Math

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  11. Math

    Danny needs to buy sand for this box. He wants to nearly fill the box leaving only 6 inches empty at the top. How much sand does Danny need if the length is 12 feet the width is 2 feet and the height is 3 feet. I first found the volume which was 72 feet and since 1 ft=12 ...
  12. Math

    375000 liters?
  13. Math

    Wrong name. I meant to just put math
  14. Math Multiplying Fractions

    A swimming pool in the shape of a rectangular prism is 50 meters long 25 meters wide and 3 meters deep. A liter is the same as 0.001 cubic meters. How many liters of water are needed to completely fill the pool? I know how to find the volume which is 3750 but how do I convert ...
  15. Science

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  16. Science

    Which contains only biotic factors? A. grass water and rocks B. soil ants and fish C. flower tree and firewood D. dog fish and wind Answer : B Moving of sediments or materials from its original location? erosion What is the depositing of eroded sediments or materials in a new ...
  17. math

    What is the maximum number of cubes with a side length of 2 inches that can fit in a box that has a length of 6, a width of 2, and a height of 4? 6 cubes?
  18. Math

    A hole shaped like a rectangular prism is 3 feet wide, 5 feet long, and 3 feet deep. If the hole is made 2 feet deeper, how much will the volume of the hole increase? V=45+2= 47
  19. Math

    Trapezoid with base lengths 3 inches and 7 inches and height 12 inches Find the area. Formula : A=1/2(base 1 + base 2)h A=81.6in?
  20. Science

    Relationship between heredity and traits
  21. Math

    A rectangular piece of metal with 4 equally sized circular holes have a diameter of 12 cm cut from it. Calculate the area of metal after the holes have been cut out 4060.88cm ??
  22. Math

    A rectangular piece of metal with 4 equally sized circular holes have a diameter of 12 cm cut from it. Calculate the area of metal after the holes have been cut out 339.12cm squared Rectangle formula : l x w Circle : π × r2
  23. Math

    Thank you
  24. Math

    15-75x=13-50x I combine like terms first 75x-50x?
  25. Math

    The local school district has made a scale model of the campus of ENgels Middle School including a proposed new building. The scale of the model is 1inch=3 feet. The new building is 22.5 inches from the gym in the model. What will be the actual distance from the gymnasium to ...
  26. Math

    143/12
  27. Math

    I divide 23 5/6 by 2 since 23 5/6 is my sum?
  28. Math

    Ed recorded the following 2 distances in feet for 2 attempts by Carla at the long jump : 12 2/3 and 11 1/6. What was Carla's average distance in feet for the 2 attempts?
  29. English (advertisements)

    "This city of 200,000 has over 400 restaurants" Is that an unfinished claim? Unfinished claim-When you make a comparison, you state two things that are compared (for ex I am taller than you) Advertisers may intentionally not finish the comparison "this battery ...
  30. Math

    y=9x-6 9(8)-6=66 x=8 y=66 9(7)-6=57 x=7 y=57 9(5)-6=39 x=5 y=39 9(-7)-6=-69 x=-7 y=-69 9(2)-6=12 x=2 y=12
  31. Math

    y=8x-9 8(1)-9=1 x=1 y=-1 8(-8)-9=-73 x=-8 y=-73 8(3)-9=13 x=3 y=13 8(-4)-9=-41 x=-4 y=-41 8(-2)-9=-25 x=-2 y=-25
  32. Math

    2x+1=y 2(-1)+1=-3 x=-1 y=-3 2(0)+1=1 x=0 y=1 2(-2)+1=-5 x=-2 y=-5 2(1)+1=3 x=1 y=3 2(4)+1=9 x=4 y=9
  33. Math

    Thank you.
  34. Math

    x-8=y 4-8=-4 x=4 y=-4 8-8=0 x=8 y=0 0-8=-8 x=0 y=-8 6-8=-2 x=6 y=-2 -1-8=-9 x=-1 y=-9
  35. Math

    x-3=y -1-3=-4 x=-1 y=-4 -6-3=-9 x=-6 y=-9 2-3=-1 x=2 y=-1 7-3=4 x=7 y=4 -5-3=8 x=-5 y=8
  36. Math

    -8(8)=-64 x=8 y=-64 -8(-7)=56 x=-7 y=56
  37. Math

    -8x=y -8(7)=-56 x=7 y=-56 -8(-6)=48 x=-6 y=48 -8(-8)=64 x=-8 y=64 8(-8)=-64 x=8 y=-64 -7(=8)=56 x=-7 y=56
  38. Math

    Thank you
  39. Math

    x+4=y 8+4=12 x=8 y=12 7+4=11 x=7 y=11 5+4=9 x=5 y=9 -7+4=-3 x=-7 y=-3 2+4=6 x=2 y=6
  40. Math

    4x=y 4(3)=12 x=3 y=12 4(-7)=-28 x=-7 y=-28
  41. Math

    We have to plug in x as a number. 4x=y is the equation we use to do that
  42. Math

    4x=y 4(7)=28 x=7 y=28 4(-5)=-20 x=-5 y=-20 4(-3)=-12 x=-3 y=-12
  43. History

    What was the Cordova Rebellion? Was it a group of Tejanos and Indians or a group of Nacogdoches? The group was led by a local politican named Vicente Cordova.
  44. Math

    After getting approval to do additional fundraising Chris and Lacey decided to participate in a walkathon to raise money for the shelter. Chris walked 5 miles less than twice the number of miles that Lacey walked. The students will collect $18 in pledges for every mile that ...
  45. Math

    Write and solve an equation to answer the question How many miles did Lacey walk if Chris collected $450 in pledges? 18(x)=450 x=25 How many miles did Chris walk 25
  46. Math

    After getting approval to do additional fundraising Chris and Lacey decided to participate in a walkathon to raise money for the shelter. Chris walked 5 miles less than twice the number of miles that Lacey walked. The students will collect $18 in pledges for every mile that ...
  47. Math

    Ricardo spends $3.50 for lunch each day. Write and solve an equation to find how long it takes him to spend $21.00 3.50x=21.00 3.50(6)=21.00 6. A spiral toy that can bounce down a flight of stairs is made from 80 feet of wire. Write and solve an equation to find how many of ...
  48. Math

    3. Kay and SImon bought mugs at the gift shop. Simon bought 6 more mugs than Kay. Together they bought 32 mugs. Write an expression for each of them. Kay: x Simon: x + 6 Use an equation to find the number of mugs Kay bought and the number of mugs Simon bought x+6+x=32 ^combine...
  49. Math

    Thank you all :)
  50. Math

    1. Lucita works at a fitness center and earns $5.50. per hour. She worked 3 hours on Friday and x hours on Saturday. Write an expression to represent her total wages earned. 5.50(3)+5.50x 2. You and your friend spend a total of $15 on lunch. Your friend's lunch cost $3 ...
  51. Math

    Thank you.
  52. Math

    Henry is building a front door. The height of the door is one foot more than twice its width. If the door is seven feet high, what is its width? Am I suppose to use proportions
  53. Math

    w+6=3(w+6) w=-6 9. 4(x-3)=4 x=4 10. 3(3x+4)-2=9x+10 x=1
  54. Math

    Is it 1/3
  55. Math

    How do you do 5 which is 3p=4-9p
  56. Math

    6. 6(m-2)=12 m=4 7. 4(k-6)=6(k+2) k=18 8. w+6=3(w+6) w=3
  57. Math

    3. 5c+9=8c c=3 5. 3p=4 - 9p p=-3
  58. Math

    1. -7h - 5 = 4 - 4h h= -3 2. m+2m+1=7 m=2 4. 6z+5=4z-7 6
  59. Math

    Harmony just negotiated a new deal with Purple Parrot Records. She will be paid a monthly base salary of $3900 plus a commission of $5 per CD sold. Melody is trying to decide if this is a better deal than her monthly base salary of $4250 plus a commission of $2 per CD sold/ ...
  60. Math

    Who do you think has a better deal Melody or Harmony? Explain. Harmony because her income is more in total and her money she gets for each CD is more
  61. Math

    50 CDs Melody 100 Harmony 250 100 CDs Melody 200 Harmony 500 150 CDs Melody 300 Harmony 750 200 CDs Melody 400 Harmony 1000 250 CDs Melody 500 Harmony 1250
  62. Math

    Complete the table below to show the income for melody and Harmony with the given number of CDs sold. 0 CDs Melody 0 Harmony 0 50 CDs Melody 100 Harmony 500 Am I starting that off correctly since Melody gets paid $2 per CD and Harmony gets paid $5 per CD so I multiply 50x2 and...
  63. Math

    Harmony just negotiated a new deal with Purple Parrot Records. She will be paid a monthly base salary of $3900 plus a commission of $5 per CD sold. Melody is trying to decide if this is a better deal than her monthly base salary of $4250 plus a commission of $2 per CD sold/ 21...
  64. Math

    12g-6=7g How do I solve this one because I have to find g by itself
  65. Math

    Or would the answer be 10a because 8a 5a and 3a are all like terms
  66. Math

    8a+5a=13a=3a=10a Divide 102/10?
  67. Math

    102=8a+5a-3a I add 8a and 5a first to get 13 and then add 3?
  68. Math (Proportions)

    Oh, okay. And How would you solve an expression that had exponents too? For example 7d^2 - 5d
  69. Math

    What does it mean if possible by combining like terms?
  70. Math

    4c-8c Would it be a negative
  71. Math

    Didn't mean for it to be proportions as my school subject.
  72. Math (Proportions)

    Simplify each expression if possible by combining like terms. If not possible, write simplified 2x+9x I don't understand what to do
  73. Math

    Thank you
  74. Math

    6m-3=21 m=4 g/4+7=10 How do I solve this one g/4 is suppose to be a fraction 3+2x=17 7
  75. Math

    Thank you
  76. Math

    1c. -8=2x+4 x=-6 1d. 2w - 3=-9 w=-3
  77. Math

    Solve and check each equation 1a. 12n=36 n=3 1b. n-5=8 n=13
  78. Math

    x=2 the product of 4 and 3 times x 12x x increased by 2 x+2 the quotient of x and 2 x/2 7 increased by x x+7 the quotient of 6 and x x/6 5 times x divided by 2 5x/2
  79. Math

    x=2 half of x x/2 twice x 2x the difference between x and 1 x-1 the sum of x and 5 5+x 1 more than half of x 2/x+1
  80. Math

    Thank you.
  81. Math

    x decreased by 1 x-1 half of x 2/x twice x increased by 3 1 less than 3 times x 3x-1 the difference between 3 and x 3-x the difference between 2 and x 2-x the product of 4 and x 4x the sum of 6 and twice x 2x+6
  82. Math

    x increased by 3 x+3 the quotient of twice x and 2 2x/2 1 more than x x+1 the product of 3 and x 3x
  83. Math

    1 less than twice x 2x-1=3 6 more than x x+6
  84. Math

    Write an algebraic expression for each word phrase on the board. Evaluate each expression for x=2 3 times x=6 Expression: 3x
  85. Math

    To get a job as a receptionist you have to be able to type 60 words per minute. Trevor wanted to work as a receptionist for the summer so he was working on building up his typing speed. He made the following table to track his progress. Week 0 20 words/min Week 1 26 words/min ...
  86. Math

    Thank you
  87. Math

    Sorry, I meant How many words per minute will be able to type in 6 weeks
  88. Math

    To get a job as a receptionist you have to be able to type 60 words per minute. Trevor wanted to work as a receptionist for the summer so he was working on building up his typing speed. He made the following table to track his progress. Week 0 20 words/min Week 1 26 words/min ...
  89. Math

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  90. Math

    On a blueprint/ the distance between the family room and kitchen is 3 inches. If 1/4 inch represents 1 foot on the blueprint, what is the actual distance from the family room to the kitchen? How do I solve it?
  91. Math

    Mark and Sandy are participating in a Bike-a-Thon for charity. Mark oversleeps, so Sandy gets a one hour head start and bikes at a speed of 12 miles per hour. To catch up to Sandy, Mark decides that he needs to bike at a speed of 15 miles per hour. 3.An expression that ...
  92. Math

    But didn't she have a one hour head start so she would have had an extra 12 m?
  93. Math

    Thank you. 2. WRite an expression that represents Sandy's journey. Be sure to define your variables t=hour 12t + 12
  94. Math

    Mark and Sandy are participating in a Bike-a-Thon for charity. Mark oversleeps, so Sandy gets a one hour head start and bikes at a speed of 12 miles per hour. To catch up to Sandy, Mark decides that he needs to bike at a speed of 15 miles per hour. 1. Make a chart that shows ...
  95. Math

    Describe in words, a situation involving this equation that could be represented 4t+8=3(3.5t). t= miles Mark and Sandy wanted to have a race. Mark has an 8 mile head start and goes 4 miles per hour. Sandy decides to go 3 times as fast and goes 3.5 miles per hour.
  96. Math

    Janice and Patricia each want to buy a new DVD player. They go to the Hot Electronics and find a DVD player for $75. Hot Electronics offers a different payment plan. Janice is going to pay $15 now, and then $7.50 per month. Patricia is going to pay $12.50 per month How much ...
  97. Math

    Janice and Patricia each want to buy a new DVD player. They go to the Hot Electronics and find a DVD player for $75. Hot Electronics offers a different payment plan. Janice is going to pay $15 now, and then $7.50 per month. Patricia is going to pay $12.50 per month How much ...
  98. Math

    How should I solve 16? If she could make 2 outfits per day it would be 9 days to get 18 outfits. But how would I do it since it is 2 1/4? When they add mixed numbers to the problem it messes me up. ;/
  99. Math

    16. Mrs. Hamway is making outfits for the school dance team. She can make 2 1/4 outfits per day. How many days should it take her to make 18 outfits? A. 7 1/2 B. 8 C. 8 1/2 D. 9 C 17. Howard uses 2 /5 of a bag of flour to make a sheet cake. How many bags of flour would he need...
  100. Math

    I did 2^3 first and got 8. Than I divided 96 and 3 and got 32 and then I multiplied 32 and 8 and got 256+12= 268
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