Posts by Jessica

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  1. Geometry

    Please help! I can’t figure this out, I’ve got the equation but that’s about as far as I can get. I have to find C sin24/77=sinC/162
  2. law

    so can someone rephrase for me please
  3. law

    'Administrative law involves decision making within the bases of a government organisation and deals with powers and functions of the administrative authorities, and the manner in which they form legislations to enforce legal obligations upon individuals.' does that ...
  4. Law

    Can someone please explain to me what is administrative law. (country: Australia)
  5. Math

    Which is an irrational number? A:0.12*** B:0.1257486 C:0.12121212 D: 0.11111 Please help ;-; Also it would be appreciated if someone gave all the answers to the quiz
  6. math

    In triangle XYZ, the length of side XY is 29 mm and the length of side YZ is 43 mm. Which of the following could be the length of side XZ?
  7. math

    Simplify logx(x/4)+3logx(2/5)-log21(2/25)
  8. Math

    List 12pt 3gal and 16c from least to greatest
  9. math

    Where did you get 6 from?
  10. math

    add all the diameters divided by the sum of the ages?
  11. math

    The table below shows the average diameter of a pupil in a person's eye as he or she gets older. age (years). Average Pupil Diameter (mm) 20 4.7 30 4.3 40 3.9 50 3.5 60 3.1 70 2.7 80 2.3 What is the average rate of change, in millimeters per year, of a person's pupil ...
  12. Math

    A parking garage charges a base rate of 3.50 for up to 2 hours, and an hourly rate for each additional hours. The sign below gives the prices for up to 5 hours of parking. Parking rates: 2hrs. $3.50 3hrs. $9.00 4hrs. $14.50 5hrs. $20 Which linear equations can be used to find ...
  13. General Chemistry II

    At a pressure of 1ATM, _____ KJ of heat is needed to vaporize a 32.3 g sample of liquid ethanol at its normal boiling point of 78.4 C. Boiling point (78.4 C), specific heat (2.46 J/g C), and Hvap(78.4 C)=38.6 KJ/mol are provided. Please include how to solve step by step so I ...
  14. Math

    Oh, I didn't understand what they meant. Now I do, thanks Anonymous and Ms. Sue!
  15. Math

    Evaluate 2/3 x for x=3/4 Hi, I don't know what they are asking me, can anyone help?
  16. math

    Evaluate (2.1 x 10^4) + (5.68 x 10^-2)Express the result in standard form. Can you explain your steps? I don't understand how to solve this with the negative 2
  17. Math

    1) Maria is 6 times as old as Tina. In twenty years, Maria will be only twice as old as Tina. How old is Maria now? Please explain how you got your answer. Thanks! 2) Rating. Relative speed of flow 10W. Half as fast as 5W 15W. Half as fast as 10W 20W. Half as fast as 15W 2) ...
  18. Math

    Savings-5% Others-25% Food- 10% Housing- 25% All taxes- 35% The pie chart above shows the Carson family's expenses for 1994. The Carsons had an income of $40,000 in 1994. In 1995 the Carsons income was $10,000 greater than in 1994. The family spent the same dollar amounts ...
  19. Algebra2A

    I am confused with this question: Find teh value of y for a given value of x, if y varies directly with x. If y = 6 when x = 2, what is y when x = 5?
  20. Algebra2A

    Thanks, can you help me with more?
  21. Algebra2A

    This is one of the questions on the semester exam, which is: Which algebraic expression represents the following phrase? 'The square of the sum of t and 6.' A. t^2 + 6 B. t + 6^2 C. (t + 6)^2 D. 2(t + 6) I do believe it is C, but I am not sure.
  22. Not math sorry. Science

  23. Not math sorry. Science

  24. Math

    Can you explain?
  25. Math

    The number of bonds an atom can form is represented by A pair of dots*** Unpaired dots Total number of dots One dot
  26. Science

    Which element is most stable? Chlorine Helium*** Silver Oxygen
  27. spanish

  28. spanish

    Thank you
  29. spanish

    change the verbs from the present tense to the present progressive Nosotros salimos de la escuela Answer: estamos saliendo
  30. Math

  31. Math

    A certain college had 5,000 applicants and 3/8 of thes applicants were female. The college admitted 40 percent of all applicants and an equal number of male and female applicants. What is the percentage of female applicants admitted to the college? What is the male applicants ...
  32. Math

  33. Math

    (k + 1/k) ^2 =36 what is k^2 + (1/k)^2 34?
  34. Math

    Why did you do 1^2 + ( 2+ radical3) ^2 Is that the Pythagorean theorem? If it is why did you do ( 2+ radical3) ^2 Wouldn't it be (Radical 3)^2 + EC = 2^2
  35. Math

    There is a picture of a square - BCAD, and then there is a triangle EAD. B. E C A. D FIGURE NOT DRAWN TO SCALE In the figure above, the perimeter of the equilateral triangle AED IS 6. What is the area of the rectangle ABCD? A) 6 B) 4 C) 4 radical 3 D) 3 radical 3 E) 2 radical 3
  36. Math

    If x^2 - x - 6 = 0 and x^2 + 5x+6=0, what is the value of x? A) -3 B) -2 C) 2 D) 3 E) it can't be determined from the information given. I got B. By plugging in the answers. Is there an another way to solve this?
  37. math

    There's this language called English. You should try it; Instead of whatever you were trying to do there.
  38. Math

    I got D, can you please check this?
  39. Math

    Which ordered pair could be removed to make a function? {(1,3) (2,4) (3,4) (3,6) (5,10) (6,3)} A) (2,4) B) (3,4) C (1,3) D) (6,3)
  40. Math

    Thank you!
  41. Math

    The planet Mercury is approximately 6 x 10^7 miles from the Sun. The distance between the Sun and Mars is approximately 2 x 10^8 miles. ABOUT how many times farther from the Sun is Mars than Mercury? 2 3 20 30 I got B? Can you please check? Thank you!!
  42. Math

    Due to the plate tectonics, the summit of Mount Everest moves about 4.5 X 10 ^-3 meter northeastwar in one year. About how many meters does the summit of Mount Everest move in 11 years? 4.09 x 10 ^-3 4.95 x 10 ^-3 4.09 x 10 ^-2 4.95 x 10 ^-2 Can you please check this? I got D...
  43. Math

    A camper attaches a rope from the top of her tent, 4 feet above the ground, to give it more support. If the rope is 8 feet long, about how far will the stake need to be from the middle of her tent?
  44. Geometry

    I was checking to see if my answers were right or not.
  45. Geometry

    What does that mean?
  46. Geometry

    8. The lateral area of a cone is 555?cm^2. The radius is 15.1 cm. What is the slant height to the nearest tenth of a centimeter? A. 36.8 cm B. 11.7 cm C. 83.8 cm*** D. 25.5 cm 10. What is the volume of the given prism? Round the answer to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. The...
  47. Geometry

    What do you mean?
  48. Geometry

    I have a few questions I am confused on. #4. Use formulas to find the lateral area and surface area of the given prism. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. The figure is not drawn to scale. A. 795 m^2; 809 m^2 B. 758 m^2; 849 m^2 C. 795 m^2; 822m^2 D. 758 m^2; 822 m^2
  49. Precal

    solve for x 7^x/2=5^1-x what i have so far is: (x/2)ln7=(1-x)ln5 im not sure where to go from there
  50. Algebra2

  51. Algebra2

    I am doing the Factoring Quadratic Expressions Quiz, has anyone done it? I am really stuck on it.
  52. Chemistry

    Periodic table
  53. History

    ok thank you so much Ms. Sue you were a big help! :D
  54. History

    Ms.Sue? are you there?
  55. History

    I would like to know if my answers are right or wrong 1. B 2. D are my answers right?
  56. History

    I think number one is B I think number two is D Am I wrong or right? Plz help.
  57. History

    1.Which event took place soon before The United States annexed Texas. A Sam Houston became president B Texas became a u.s. territory C James Polk became president D Texas wrote a new constitution 2.Which of the following images would be the best symbol of the turning point in ...
  58. Chemistry

    How many copper atoms are in a pure copper statue with a mass of 200 kg ?
  59. biochemistry

    ) If the loss of each electron represents the liberation of 1.875 x 10-19 J, calculate the number of kJ and Cal (kcal), of fructose and oleate in a 1.00 g sample. (Significant digits count.) Fructose kJ = _____________ Cal = _____________ oleate kJ = _____________ Cal = ...
  60. biochemistry

    The carbons in each molecule are being oxidized to carbon dioxide in aerobic respiration.
  61. biochemistry

    for the assignment he said we'll need these... Use these for this assignment NA = 6.022 x 1023 mol-1 1 Cal (kcal) = 4.184 kJ
  62. biochemistry

    Calculate the total number of electrons that are lost in 1.00 g samples of fructose and oleate. (Note: the number of electrons lost per carbon atom is equivalent to its increase in oxidation state.) No. e- lost in 1.00 g fructose = _______________ No. e- lost in 1.00 g oleate...
  63. Math

    We need the answers for d-f
  64. Math/calculus

    Prove Sin 8theta -sin 10theta= cot 9theta (cos 10theta - cos 8 theta)
  65. Math/calculus

    Thank you
  66. Math/calculus

    Tan 165° Use appropriate identity and evaluate
  67. Math/calculus

    Cos^2x-sin^2x/sin^4x-cos^4x Simplify
  68. Math helppp

    Thank you
  69. Math helppp

    Graph f (x) = 3cos (4pix -pi/2) -2
  70. Math/calculus

    Graph f (x) = 3cos (4pix -pi/2) -2
  71. Math/calculus

    Damon, why did you find the circumference when we already have the distance?
  72. Math/calculus

    Earth orbits the sun at an average distance of about 150 million kilometres every 365.2564 mean solar days, or one sidereal year. What is the linear velocity of th3 Earth in kilometres per hour?
  73. Math/calculus

    Thank you
  74. Math/calculus

    I don't understand how you got 125 and 120°
  75. Math/calculus

    A small plane leaves Victoria airport and flies at a compass heading of 330°. If the plane cruises at 125km/he for 90mins, how far north and how far west will the plane gave flown
  76. Math

    2a+b=11 and 4a^2 +b^2=101, what is the value of ab? A 4 B5 C12 D6 E20
  77. Math

    Okay.. I worked on The problem a little more, but I got D. Because the area of the squares would be 32(4) The area of the circles is 32pi So then wouldn’t the answer be 32(4-pi)
  78. Math

    Erica has 8 squares of felt, each with area 16. For a certain craft project she cuts the largest circle possible from each square felt. What is the combined area of the excess felt left over after cutting out all the circles? A) 4(4-pi) B) 8(4-pi) C) 8(pi-2) D) 32(4-pi) E) 16(...
  79. Math

  80. Math

  81. Math

  82. Math

    The average of four possible numbers is 15. The second number is 2 times the first number. The third number is twice the second. What is the largest number? Would these be consecutive integers? And then you find the median??
  83. Math

  84. Math

    D? I don’t know if this is correct... I filled in the variables D=R times T 500=60/T times x
  85. Math

    While driving on a 500-mile trip, Mr. Smith averages 60 miles per hour for the first t hours. In terms of t, where t<8, how many miles remained to be traveled? A) 60t-500 B) 500-60t C) 300,000 D) 500-60/t E) 500/60t
  86. Math

    By 7:00P.M., 1/3 or the junior class has arrived at a school dance. By 8:09PM., 30 more juniors had arrived, raised attendance to 1/2 of the juniors class. How many people are in the juniors class? I don’t understand.. can someone help? A 30 B90 C120 D180 E240
  87. Math

    Okay thank you!!
  88. Math

    And how can I contact her? Or will she answer here?
  89. Math

    Hi! I’m practicing for the SHSAT, and I am doing some math problems. I don’t want to take advantage of this website, so I decided to ask you guys first. Am I allowed to ask lots of math questions? But I will answer them(at least the ones I know) could you help me ...
  90. math

    Write a 2-column proof for each of the following. Given: QR|| TU , S is the midpoint of QT Prove: /\QSR =~ /\TSU /\ Is the triangle sign
  91. English

    Jules, thank-you! I used your answers to check mine, and they were correct!
  92. math

    Given: measured angle D =~ measured angle F; GE bisects DEF prove: DG =~ FG
  93. math

    Write a 2-column proof for each of the following. Given: QR|| TU , S is the midpoint of QT Prove: /\QSR =~ /\TSU /\ Is the triangle sign
  94. math

    Write a 2-column proof for each of the following Given:RS=~ TS , V is the midpoint of RT Prove: /\RSV=~/\TSV /\ is the sign that looks like a triangle.
  95. math

    Name the congruent angles and sides for the pair of congruent triangles. ?GKP=~? ?LMN that is the "congruent" sign
  96. Science

    Well, let's narrow this down, toothpaste obviously has more than one ingredient, leafy vegetables are not, made from anything, soda has more than one ingredient, like, sugar, corn syrup I think, You get the idea, so the answer has to be wine, right?
  97. Science

    Which of the following distinguishes living things from nonliving things? A) Living things are made up of cells;nonliving things are not B) Living things are made up of atoms;nonliving things are not. C) Living things are made up of elements;nonliving things are not D) Living ...
  98. Science (PLEASE ANSWER SOON)

    Most bacteria are: A) Unicellular eukaryotes B) Unicellular proaryotes C) Multicellular eukaryotes D) Multicellular proaryotes
  99. Chemistry

    Calculate the solubility of LaF3 in grams per liter in the following solutions. The Ksp of LaF3 is 2.01 e-19. 0.013 M KF Solution
  100. Math

    12,000 is compounded semiannually at a rate of % for 20 yrs
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