# Posts by Patrick

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**Language Arts**

9. For a fraction of the cost you can buy a watermelon. 10. The boy tried to finish the race at any cost. 11. At noon we all went to lunch. 12.He is in jeopardy of not graduating. 9.Underline For a fraction 10. Underline at any cost 11. Underline at noon 12. Under in jeopardy ...

**Language Arts**

For number 5 the sentence actually reads-The girl looked behind the door for her friend. Would I just underline looked behind door? You somewhat confused me when you put plus one more.

**Language Arts**

Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below. 5. The girl look behind the door for her friend-I feel that behind the door would be the prepositional phrase 6. Don't leave without your coat. -Underline without your coat. 7. During lunch we had a basketball ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you Ms. Sue. I appreciate your help on this. This is something new we are learning in school.

**Language Arts**

On number 3 would the prepositional phrase be around the block? Please advise

**Language Arts**

On number one would over the hill be the prepositional phrase?

**Language Arts**

For number 2 is up the stairs the prepositional phrase?

**Language Arts**

Underline the prepositional phrase in each sentence below. 1. My dad was over the hill when he turned fifty-one years old. 2. We walked up the stairs. 3. My mom took walk around the block. 4. I looked under my bed.-I feel that under my bed is the prepositional phrase. Please ...

**Math**

Find the volume. 1. 2ft, 4ft, 5ft V= 2. 4cm, 4cm, 9cm v= 3. 6in, 6in, 6in V= 4. 4ft, 12ft, 4ft V= I need help on the above and do not know where to begin. Please help

**Language Arts**

Write a complete sentence using the past participle of the verb in ( ) with has or have. 1. Mr. Hancock (run) the museum for five years. Answer: Mr. Hancock has ran the museum for five years. 2. He (chose) May as membership drive month. Answer: He has chosen May as membership ...

**Language Arts**

Underline the verb or verb phrase in each sentence. Then identify the principle part used to form the verb. 1. I write a column for the school newspaper. -underline write and this is present 2. Gary waited half an hour for the bus. -underline waited and this is past 3.Karen is...

**Language Arts**

I am not too good at the language arts or math Ty Ms Sue for pointing out my mistake

**Language Arts**

Would I have to underline class studies and this would just be present?

**Language Arts**

Underline the main verb in each sentence. Write present, present participle, past, or past participle to label the main verbs. 1. Randy's class studies world history. - underlines class studies and this is present participle 2. The students are reading about the ...

**Math**

How are you able to compare the below: 45hg And. 4.5kg Please help

**Math**

I am having trouble figuring out the below problems. 1. 380 dm= m 2. 90.51L= cL 3. 450mg= g Please help me figure out the below

**Language Arts**

Write present, present participle, past, or past participle to identify the principal part of the underlined verb. 1. Yolanda borrowed a biography of Leonardo. Borrowed is underlined and this is past. 2. His inventions are functioning perfectly well today. Are functioning is ...

**Language Arts**

Ty for checking this for me

**Language Arts**

4. Past participle

**Language Arts**

Write present, present participle, past or past participle to identify the principal part of the underlined verb. 1. Genius sometimes slows productivity. Slows is underlined and this is present 2. Leonardo da Vinci possessed great genius. possessed is underlined and this is ...

**Language Arts**

So would 3 and 4 then be past participle.

**Language Arts**

6. The word improves is underlined 7. Is working is underlined

**Language Arts**

Write present, present participle, past or past participle to identify the form of the underlined verb. I need to know first what is present participle and what is past participle? 1. Machines existed in Leonardo's day. Existed is underlined so I am saying this is just ...

**Math**

That is the answer I got too. 1,000. Ty for helping me on this

**Math**

There are 60 minutes in 1 hour. I think 60,000 divided by 60

**Math**

60,000 min = Hr What is the best way to figure out the answer?

**Math**

Ok that makes a bit more sense now for me to figure out to go back to the start time. Thank you for helping me understand this

**Math**

Damon made it a bit confusing to understand

**Math-Ms Sue**

Ms Sue I found the answer for number one but am still confused on number two

**Math**

Find the start, elapsed, or end time. 1. Start time is 11:00am Elapsed time is 4 hours and 5 minutes How do you go about finding the end time? 2. Start time Elapsed time is 9 3/4 hours End time is 6:00pm I am really confused on how to begin finding the start time. Please help

**Chemistry Dr BOB**

A voltaic cell has one half-cell with a Cu bar in a 1.00 M Cu2+ salt and the other half-cell with a Cd bar in the same volume of a 1.00 M Cd2+ salt. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures. a)Find E degree cell, delta G degree , and K. b)As the cell ...

**chemistry Dr. BOB**

I am wondering if there is some sort of system error. Thank you for all your help this year , Dr Bob. This is my last assignment for chemistry, I graduate from college in 21 days, ( if I pass the final). Thanks again!

**chemistry Dr. BOB**

A voltaic cell has one half-cell with a Cu bar in a 1.00 M Cu2+ salt and the other half-cell with a Cd bar in the same volume of a 1.00 M Cd2+ salt. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures. a)Find E degree cell, delta G degree , and K. b)As the cell ...

**Chemistry Dr Bob**

I did the 1.85 x 10^-25,,,,the ^-25 was right but not the 1.85

**Chemistry Dr Bob**

A voltaic cell has one half-cell with a Cu bar in a 1.00 M Cu2+ salt and the other half-cell with a Cd bar in the same volume of a 1.00 M Cd2+ salt. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures. a)Find E degree cell, delta G degree , and K. b)As the cell ...

**Chemistry Dr BOB**

A voltaic cell has one half-cell with a Cu bar in a 1.00 M Cu2+ salt and the other half-cell with a Cd bar in the same volume of a 1.00 M Cd2+ salt. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures. a)Find E degree cell, delta G degree , and K. b)As the cell ...

**chemistry DR BOB**

1.852 x 10^-25 was marked wrong. Why?

**chemistry DR BOB**

A voltaic cell has one half-cell with a Cu bar in a 1.00 M Cu2+ salt and the other half-cell with a Cd bar in the same volume of a 1.00 M Cd2+ salt. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures. a)Find E degree cell, delta G degree , and K. b)As the cell ...

**math**

the base of an isosceles triangle is half as long as side of a square.Each of the legs of triangle is twice as long as a side of the square.How long is each side of the triangle if the sum of the perimeters is 34 m.

**Science**

What would be a good way using the terms mass and weight to explain how to measure gold so it's the same on earth and on the moon?

**Science**

Why would the weight of gold be less on earths moon than it would be on earth?

**Math Ms. Sue**

A carpenter is cutting towels from a piece of wood that is 10 inches long. How many half inch dowels can the carpenter cut? Please help me figure out how to solve this.

**Math**

Okay so you are saying then to multiply 1,000 x 2.5?

**Math**

How did you get the answer of 2500 grams? Is there a chart that I can use or look at?

**Math**

Paulina works out with a 2.5 kilogram mass. What is the mass of the 2.5 kilogram mass in grams? Please help to be able to figure out the answer.

**Math last two questions**

Ty for working with me step by step so that I can try and arrive at the answers

**Math last two questions**

3 feet

**Math last two questions**

I think I have it figured out. 324 inches divided by 3 feet = 108 108 divided by 36 inches equals 3 feet

**Math last two questions**

For some reason I am still stumped

**Math last two questions**

I will try and then post my answer

**Math last two questions**

It would be 36 inches left over but they are asking he many feet of fringe would be left over

**Math last two questions**

Ms Sue are you able to email me charts to my email address?

**Math last two questions**

Leslie needs 324 inches of fringe to put around the edge of a tablecloth. The fringe comes in lengths of 10 yards. If Leslie buys 1 package of fringe, how many feet of fringe will she have left over? I figured 1 yard is 3 feet 10 yards is 24 feet 10 feet is 120 inches 20 feet ...

**Math**

You are welcome

**Math**

Wow you are extremely smart Ms Sue. You truly make me learn and I figured out a lot of problems on my own but then got stuck on a few.

**Math**

Leah is buying curtains for her bedroom window. She wants the curtains to hang from the top of the window to the floor. The window is 4 feet high. The bottom of the window is 2 and a half feet above the floor. What curtain length in inches should she buy? I added 4 feet to 2 ...

**Math-Sue**

So then 45 divided by 3 =15 yards and that would be the answer

**Math-Sue**

Olivia ties 2.5 feet of ribbon onto one balloon. How many yards of ribbon does Olivia need for 18 balloons? What would be the process on figuring out the above?

**Math-Nick**

I don't see the response.

**Math-Nick**

A jar contains 26 fluid ounces of spaghetti sauce. How many cups of spaghetti sauce do 4 jars contain? How were you able to compute 13 cups?

**Math**

You are right about the tons. 1 ton is 2,000 pounds times 6 which is 12,0000. I understand that problem now

**Math**

I thought that one ton was 2,240 pounds. Where did you find what one ton is?

**Math**

Olivia ties 2.5 feet of ribbon onto one balloon. How many yards of ribbon does Olivia need for 18 balloons? I am confused on figuring out how to solve the above problem. 2. Darnell rented a moving truck. The weight of the empty truck was 7,860 pounds. When Darnell filled the ...

**Math**

That makes sense. Ty

**Math**

A farmer divides 20 acres of land into one fourth acre sections. Into how many sections does the farmer divide her land? Please let me know how do I go about figuring the above?

**Math**

That makes sense. I don't think I would have been able to figure this one out

**Math**

How did you arrive at the answer of 13 cups that is what I am trying to figure out and have tried it several ways

**Math**

For the question with the fringe they are asking to provide the answer in feet

**Math**

For the question with the jar they are wanting an answer in cups

**Math**

Leslie needs 324 inches of fringe to put around the edge of a tablecloth. The fringe comes in lengths of 10 yards. If Leslie buys 1 package of fringe, how many feet of fringe will she have left over? 2. A jar contains 26 fluid ounces of spaghetti sauce. How many cups of ...

**Math**

That makes sense. I was thinking of adding them I appreciate all of your help Ms. Sue

**Math**

Which of the following is the best estimate for the total weight of these cold meats: 1 and seven eights pounds of Bologna, one and a half pounds of ham, and seven eights pound of roast beef? How would I add these fractions? Please help

**Math**

For number two you would take 20 * 2=40 Then take 128-40=88

**Math**

Let me ask you when you put for number three 6/(3/4) does the slash mean division? Is there a certain number I have to remember to put in place somewhere?

**Math**

2 cups are expected to be drunk Then I am thinking 128 divided by 2 which is 64 but that is still not the correct answer

**Math**

So for number two it would be 1,760 divided by 440=4

**Math**

1. 8 gallons would be 128 cups which I figured out however I am stuck from there on that one

**Math**

1. There are 20 guests at a party. The host has 8 gallons of punch. He estimates that each will drink 2 cups of punch. If this estimate is correct, how much punch will be left over at the end of the party? 2. A typical lap around a track in the United States has a length of ...

**Math**

I am confused on how to use the chart that you sent

**Math**

My math assignment is conversion with weight. 1. 6 T= lb 2. 18lbs= oz 3. 3,200 oz= lb 4. 12T= lb 5. 9lb= oz 6. 7lb= oz 7. 100lb= oz 8. 60,000= T I need major help on the above. I do not know where to begin and need to know if there is some sort of chart I can use as well ...

**Math**

I think I figured it out .

**Math**

Let me ask you how did you figure 11 4/4?

**Math**

Jamal is making pancakes. He has 6 and three fourth cups of batter, but he needs a total of 12 cups. How much more batter does Jamal need? How do I go about figuring the above problem out?

**Math**

I am confused on how to compare 400pt. 100 gal How do I figure out which is greater or less than when it comes to pt and gallons?

**Math**

I am sorry I am a bit slow on this

**Math**

I am confused on number 8. 72 pt= Gal

**Math**

Number 6 10 qt = 40 cups 1 qt equals 4 cups So then 10*4=40 cups

**Math**

Let me think about what you just wrote to answer that correctly. For number 5 32 qt= 8 gal I am thinking in my mind 1 gal equals 4 qt So 32/8

**Math**

Number three I think in my mind that one cup is 8 fl oz so take 240/8=30

**Math**

So I think if I am not mistaken on number three 1 pint equals 2 cups but the math question is how 15 pints equal how many cups so 15*2=30 I am still confused on how to figure out always which operation?

**Math**

How would I do the above math problems?

**Math**

I have a bunch of math problems I desperately need help with. It is conversion. 1. 192 fl oz = pt 2. 15 pt= c 3. 240 fl oz= c 4. 32 qt = gal 5. 10 qt= c 6. 48 c = qt 7. 72 pt = gal 8. 128 fl oz= pt Please help me with the above. I do not know what I am doing. Teach me what is ...

**Math**

That was confusing. Thank you so very much for all your help

**Math**

Mckenzie works for a catering company. She is making iced tea for an upcoming event. For each container of tea, she uses 16 tea bags and 3 cups of sugar. If McKenzie uses 64 tea bags, how many cups of sugar will she use?

**Math**

Please help me to learn how to compare the below. 1. 23 in to 2 ft 2. 25 yd to 75 ft 3. 6,200 ft to 1 mi 900 ft 4. 100 in to 3 yd 1 ft 5. 1,000 ft to 300 yd 6. 500 in to 40 ft

**Math**

Why did you pick the number 12? That is what I am not understanding.

**Math**

Christy bought an 8 foot piece of lumber to trim a bookshelf. Altogether, she needs 100 inches of lumber for the trim. Did Christy buy enough lumber? Explain Please help on this problem

**Math**

Okay now I think I understand I will remember this now for good this operation. Thank you Ms. Sue

**Math**

When you are saying 3/8 times 48 do you put 48 at the bottom and what do you put at the top?

**Math**

Javier bought 48 sports cards at a yard sale. Of the cards, 3 over 8 were baseball cards. How many cards were baseball cards? How would I go about figuring out the answer? I am confused.