# Posts by Patrick

Total # Posts: 751

**physics**

solve this physics problem for me a vehicle has a mass of 1200kg and four wheels of area 0.06m2 calculate pressure on one wheel

**Math**

Hello Ms. Sue. Okay. That does make sense I did not think about it that way. Thank you for your help

**Math**

Describe the range of data and how it helps you understand the data set. How many pets does each student have? 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2, 3, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4 The range is 4-0=4 I am not sure of how can range help you understand the data set?

**Math**

Determine whether the question is a statistical question. If it is a statistical question, identify the units for the answer. An antique collector wants to know the age of a particular chair in a shop. I do not feel that this is a statistical question. Am I correct on this?

**Math**

Determine whether the question is a statistical question. If it is a statistical question, identify the units for the answer How tall is Sam? I do not believe this is a statistical question. Am I correct?

**Math**

Determine whether the question is a statistical question. If it is a statistical question, identify the units for the answer. How tall is Sam? This is not a statistical question. Am I correct?

**Chemistry**

what is the balanced equation for Sodium Hydroxide and Water

**chemistry**

What equation is formed when HCl is titrated against Na2CO3 using methyl orange as indicator

**Math**

Thank you for checking on this. I hope I am not wrong.

**Math**

Tyrone makes a cup of hot tea. He records the temperature of the tea right after making it. He also measures the temperature of the tea every few minutes as the tea cools. Fill in the blanks with the words below: The _____ depends on the _______. This means that time is the ...

**Math**

Yay so I got my second answer right then. 2x + 3=21 Because x=9 Thank you Ms. Sue.

**Math**

Would my answer be this instead: 2x + 3=21

**Math**

Write an equation and solve for x: Three more than twice x when x=9 1. Write the equation 2. Solve the equation My answer: 2x + 3 = 9 Would this answer be correct?

**Algebra**

Jane's sweet shop mixes candy worth 80 cents per pound with candy worth 2 dollars per pound to make 20 pounds of a mixture worth 1.60 per pound. How many pounds of each kind of candy does the store use?

**Math**

Hello Reiny I am not sure and confused on how you want me to do this with letters.

**Math**

Then can I just use the formula A=lxw?

**Math**

Then if one side is already 7cm as the width then make the other side into 7cm and add to make 14 cm?

**Math**

Can I just make the entire figure into a rectangle and then add 18cm as my length and extend the 12 cm at the bottom to also make it into a length of 18cm and those two numbers together. 18cm + 18cm=36 cm as the length

**Math**

There is a width of 7 cm There is an entire length of 18cm part of a length at the bottom of 12cm and on the left hand side of the figure half or diagnol line with 10cm

**Math**

I have to find the area of the trapezoid and the parallelogram by composing into rectangles or decomposing into triangles or shapes as needed. Show your work neatly and completely. The numbers are:18cm, 7 cm, 12cm and 10cm I am not sure how I can do this. Is there any way I ...

**Math**

Actually would my answer be: h (less than or equal to sign) 40?

**Math**

Hello everyone. I have a math problem that I need a bit of help with please. Ava wants to ride the Rip Ride Rocket roller coaster at Universal Studios. She knows that she has to be at least 40 inches tall. If h represents the height of the children that CANNOT ride the coaster...

**Chemistry**

One mole of an ideal gas is allowed to expand isothermally at -29. 3degrees celcious from a volume of 4. 0L and apressure of 5. 0atm to avolume of 10. 0L and apressure of 2. 0atm. i. Draw a p-v diagram for the process. ii. Determine the work done by the fasduring expansion.

**Math**

Can someone please help me find my maximum height. I have my distance which is 80ft and my angle of elevation is 70ft. PLEASE HELP ME!!

**Math**

Hello Judith, I already figured out the answers. Thank you

**Math**

Use the circle graph to determine how many hours per day Becky spends on each activity. School=25% Eating=10% Sleep=40% Homework=10% Freetime=15% I think my answer would be 25/100=x/1 4 hours Can you please check my answer,Please help me I am a little lost.

**Maths**

If 1/2 and 3/4 of my money is 12 how much money do I have ??

**Science**

In an experiment ti determine the density of a liquid the following pieces of information were obtained. Mass of empty bottle=50g Mass of bottle and liquid=85g Volume of liquid=100cm^3 Use the information to determine the density of the liquid

**Math**

Kaylee,a residential builder,is working on a paint bugit for a custom designed home she's building.A gallon of paint costs $38.50,and its label says it covers about 350 square feet. A. Explain how to calculate the cost of paint per square foot.find this value.show your ...

**Writing**

In the sentence, "Some man has left his rain coat." What is the simple subject?

**statistics**

A population of N = 10 scores has a mean of μ = 24. If one person with a score of X = 42 is removed from the population, what will be the value for the new mean?

**Calc**

h(x) = {k cos x 0 ≤ x ≤ 9π {13 − x 9π < x So far I've set it up to be 13 - 5π = k cos 5π but I'm completely stuck now. I tried to solve it and got (cos^-1 (13-5π)) / 5π but i know I messed up somewhere. Can anyone help?

**Math**

How do you divide 54 by 6.75

**Math**

I don't understand how did you get 4-1?

**Math**

Is it 1 23/10?

**Math**

Eva wants to make two pieces of pottery.She needs 3/5 pound of clay for one piece and 7/10 pound of clay for the other piece.She has three bags of clay that weigh 4/5 pound each.How many bags of clay will Eva need to make both pieces of pottery?How many pounds of clay will she...

**Math Please Help Me**

An art teacher has 1 1/2 pounds of red clay and 3/4 pound of yellow clay. The teacher mixes the red clay and yellow clay together. Each student in the class needs 1/8 pound of the clay mixture to finish the assigned art project for the class. How many students can enough clay ...

**Math Help**

How did you get 6/10? Where did you come up with 6/10?

**Math Help**

I am having a lot of difficulty please help. Eva wants to make two pieces of pottery. She needs 3/5 pound of clay for one piece and 7/10 pound of clay for the other piece. She has three bags of clay that weigh 4/5 pound each. How many bags of clay will Eva need to make both ...

**Math**

I am also having trouble figuring out the below: Eva wants to make two pieces of pottery. She needs 3/5 pound of clay one piece and 7/10 pound of clay for the other piece. She has three bags of clay that weigh 4/5 pound each. How many bags of clay will Eva need to make both ...

**Math**

Now I am really confused. The problem is as follows: An art teacher has 1 1/2 pounds of red clay and 3/4 pound of yellow clay. The teacher mixes the red clay and yellow clay together. Each student in the class needs 1/8 pound of the clay mixture to finish the assigned art ...

**Math**

For problem number two how did you get 1 2/4?

**Math**

For problem number one how did you get 2 2/4?

**Math**

I don't understand your answer? Which one is it pertaining to? Can you walk me through this step by step for problem number one please?

**Math**

I am very confused on how to even begin figuring out the below problems: 1. Naomi has earned $54.00 mowing lawns the past two days. She worked 2 1/2 hours yesterday and 4 1/4 hours today. If Naomi is paid the same amount for every hour she works, how much does she earn per ...

**World History**

Than you very much for everything and I hope we meet again :)

**World History**

Anther impression is that many of the survivors may have thought that their loved ones were save and rescued? Would this be correct?

**World History**

Ms. Sue would another good impression be serious loss of life?

**World History**

I have a set of Photo Analysis Questions which are as follows: 1. Who are the people in the photo and what do they look like? 2. What is the relationship between he different people in the photo? 3. What are the people doing in the photo? 4 What is the photographer trying to ...

**Reading**

I am having big trouble with this. I will make two lists how you suggested and compare them. I will also look at the summary which you just sent. Can you help me with this a bit more?

**Reading**

I am reading a book called SCAT by Carl Hiassen and I have to write an essay about this. One of the major themes of the book is related to environmental conservation and preservation. How is this theme developed in the book?-This is what I am stuck on being able to answer this...

**Measurements and applications**

Given that 50mm on a map represents 4km on the groun. A.Calculate the distance in km between two villages which are represented on the map by points 75mm apart. B.Express the scale of the map in the form 1:n C.Calculate in mm squared the area of the map which represents a ...

**mubende cp**

from point on horizontal ground a surveyor measures the angle of elevation of the top of a flagpole as18 degrees 40feets he moves 50meters nearer to the flagpole and measures the angle of elevation as degrees26 22feets.determine the height the height of the flagpole

**chem II**

I need help getting the net ionic equations for the equilibrium of sodium cyanide and water and calcium nitrate and water

**Math: Personal Finance**

reply Henry there is no interest rate in your calculation

**art**

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**Engineering science**

total distance =ave velocity *7 34.3/2 *7 =17.15* 7 =120.05 m

**College Physics (need help asap)**

a delivery truck is 5km away from a car. The two started at the same time and headed towards the same direction. the delivery truck accelerates at 3m/s^2. If the car should overtake the truck in ten minutes, what should be the acceleration of the car?

**College Physics**

A car moving at constant velocity of 14 m/s passes a gasoline station. two seconds later, another car leaves the gasoline station and accelerates at the constant rate of 2m/s^2. How soon will the second car overtake the first?

**College Physics**

a delivery truck is 5km away from a car. The two started at the same time and headed towards the same direction. the delivery truck accelerates at 3m/s^2. If the car should overtake the truck in ten minutes, what should be the acceleration of the car?

**algebra**

can you please show me how to graph 6y+5x=-18 I know the x-intercept is (-18/5,0) and the y-intercept is (0,-3)

**I REALLY NEED HELP WITH THIS SCIENCE**

The three things you can sort them into are: Executive branch, Legislative branch, and Judicial branch. Things you can sort are: crafts bills, directs military, interprets laws, declares wars, decides court cases, can impeach president, vetoes bills, decides if laws are ...

**Math**

What equation would I write for this problem. Please help. On Tuesday at noon there were 4 inches of snow on the ground. Then it snowed at a rate of x inches per hour for 7 hours. By Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. there were 25 inches of snow on the ground.

**Business studies,Geography,Tourism,Economics,lit**

Business and geography.

**Maths**

A flay pole is placed at the top of a tower.the angle of elevation of the bottom and top of the flay pole from a point on the ground 10M away and 40 degrees and 50degrees respectively.find the length of the flay pole.

**Math**

When you have the following problems 2 divided by 1/4 and 1/7 divided by 3 my question on this is the following: The first example would you do 2/1 x 1/4 or would you do 1/2 x 1/4 The second example would you 1/7 x 3/1 or 1/7 x 1/3? Please explain?

**Math**

Ok.

**Math**

So to simply the second answer it would be 2 1/4. Would that be correct?

**Math**

Ten cousins share 3 pizzas equally. What fraction of a pizza does each cousin get? Answer: 3/10 Four boys share 9 yards of fishing wire equally. How many yards of fishing wire does each boy get? Answer:9/4 Please check on the above answers.

**Math**

Thank you

**Math**

1. Three student share 5 peaches equally. How many peaches does each student get? Answer: 1 2/3 2. Six friends share 4 sandwiches equally. What fraction of a sandwich does each friend get? Answer: 2/3 Please check the above two answers. Thank you

**Math**

Thank you for checking this one.

**Math**

Would it be 1/40? Please let me know if I am correct? Thank you

**Math**

Would number two be 5/8?

**Math**

3 divided by 1/2=6 1/8 divided by 5=1/4 1/9 divided by 3= 1/27 Please let me know if the above are correct. Thank you

**Math**

Sorry I messed up. It is 2 divided by 1/4=1/2 Is that the correct answer? Thank you

**Math**

Yes 4/4=1 but the math problem is 2 divided by 1/4 so I am confused how you come up with only 2

**Math**

Would the answer for number one be 1/2? Please advise? Thank you

**Math**

2 divided by 4/4=8 2. 1/7 divided by 3=1/21 3. 4 divided by 1/5=20 Can you please double check the above.

**Language Arts**

If hardly is considered a negative in this sentence then how can I possibly change that word?

**Language Arts**

Rewrite each sentence below correcting the double negative. 1. The shoppers looked for bargains at the store, but there weren't none. Answer: The shoppers looked for bargains at the store, but there were none. 2. She couldn't hardly say her own name. Answer: Do not ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you Ms. Sue for checking this.

**Language Arts**

Rewrite each sentence below correcting the double negative. 1. He can't talk nicely to nobody. 2.The lady won't never find her lost cat. Answer: The lady won't ever find her lost cat. 3. There aren't no pictures in that book. Answer: There are no pictures in ...

**Math**

Kenya, Matt, Tia and Justin live on the same street. Their houses are gray, green, blue and white, but not necessarily in that order. Justin lives next door to the grey house. Matt and Justin live across the street from the green house. Tia's house is blue. Circle the one ...

**Math**

Please explain how 3/5=6/10

**Math**

Eli's Dad made him a birthday cake, but forgot to buy candles. He could only find a few. But Eli was smart in math, so his Dad said "The ratio of candles to years is 3 to 5" That gave him the right number. How old was Eli? I am very confused on how to even begin ...

**Math**

Thank you. Ms. Sue. I posted two other math problems that I really need help with and Steve got me very confused.

**Math**

In the month of April 9.45 inches of rain fell in Tallaassee. During the month of May, 9.6 inches of rainfall fell. Which month had the most rainfall, and what was the total for the two months? Answer: May had the most; the total was 19.05 inches Can you please let me know if ...

**Math**

Ok. Let me ask you Ms. Sue how do you go about multiplying 18 x 2/3? Where did Steve get 1.06 from? Would I put 18/1 x 2/3 and then try to multiply? What do you multiply first?

**Math**

What are you supposed to do with the numbers in parentheses?

**Math**

Jennifer bought a blender for her mother. The blender was on sale for 1/3 off the marked price. The regular price of the blender was $18.00. How much will she pay for the blender, including sales tax of 6% Can you please help me figure this out because I don't know where ...

**Math**

I will definitely review this site however I am confused on how to begin solving this particular problem and what do I need to do with all those fractions?

**Math**

I am still confused on this even more by how you explained it.

**Math**

You have me very confused.

**Math**

1. Big Al has a set of non-metric wrenches that have these numbers on the end: 7/16, 1/4, 9/16, 3/8, 5/16, 1/2 Which of these wrenches fits the largest nut? Which fits the smallest nut? I am very confused on how to figure this out. Please help.

**Language Arts**

I understand this a little bit better now on what they are actually asking. Thank you

**Language Arts**

Directions: Circle the correct form of negative to complete each sentence. 1. I decided that there wasn't (no, any) point in finishing the project. Answer: Circle any 2. I could name (none, any) of the singers we heard. Answer: Circle any 3. The woman left the store ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you

**Language Arts**

Read each sentence. Circle the contraction or contractions in each sentence below: 1. He's going to show me how to prepare dinner. Answer: Circle He's 2. Can you tell if she's your friend or enemy? Answer: Circle she's 3.We'll have to empty out our garage ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you Ms. Sue now I understand the difference