# Posts by ROSE

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**Educational Technology & Online Learning**

thank you :)

**Educational Technology & Online Learning**

2. Why is it important to know how much time you spend on tasks? (A)so you can provide enough time for studying---- (B)so you won't be late to meals (C)so your Learning Coach knows your schedule (D)so your Learning Coach won't be late

**Educational Technology**

1. Why is it important to have good study skills? (A)You will sleep better (B)You will learn more efficiently---- (C)You will have less free time (D)You will impress your parents 2. Why is it important to know how much time you spend on tasks? (A)so you can provide enough time...

**Math**

kay

**Math**

... my name's also rose? I'm just trying to get math help man

**Math**

who are you and why are you using my name?

**Math **

Solve the function 2(9^x) - 5(3^×) = 12 So what I did So far is changed it into log functions: 2(9^x) = 12 9^x = 6 Log9(6) = x And then 5(3^x) = 12 3^x = 12/5 Log3(12/5) = x So then I don't know how to subtract them because they have different bases :/

**Math**

thanks! your the best! :)

**Math**

0.06 * 500 =030.00=30 0.08 * 300 =024.00=24 24+30=54 54 commission

**Math**

15. 800-500=300 6% commission

**Math**

thanks I understand now

**Math**

15. 800-500=300 now what? 14.thank you 12. wouldn't I do 100%-15%=85% then what do I do with $40 and the 85%

**Math**

12. no, it does not make sense Help me understand. 13. thank you 14. what did I do wrong? 15. I don't know how to solve this. Help me understand.

**Math **

12. Your neighbor pays $40 to have her lawn mowed and always adds a 15% tip. You and your friend decide to mow the lawn together and split the earning evenly. How much will each of you make? 15*40=500 500+40=540 540/2=270 You and your friend will each make $270. 13. Hannah has...

**Math **

9. Out of 45 students, 29 go on a field trip. Which best represents the percent of the students who do not go on the trip? A.16% B.36% C.64%--- D.84% How do I solve this?

**Math**

what is the inequality for number 10

**Math**

thank you

**Math **

7. Jim has 38 bottles of water in 9 of x bottles and one pack that contains only 2 bottles. What is the value of x? (Hint: Set up a two-step equation.) I don't know how to solve this. Help. 10. Addison read 25 pages of the book the first day. She continued to read 20 pages...

**Math **

7. Jim has 38 bottles of water in 9 of x bottles and one pack that contains only 2 bottles. What is the value of x? (Hint: Set up a two-step equation.) I don't know how to solve this. Help. 10. Addison read 25 pages of the book the first day. She continued to read 20 pages...

**Math**

not all of my questions were answered

**Math **

1. Lois is making applesauce. Each batch she makes yields 3.25 quarts of applesauce. Lois already has 1.5 quarts. She would like to have a total of 14.5 quarts before she is finished for the day. How many batches of applesauce does Lois need to make? First I subtracted 14.5-1....

**Math**

thank you

**Math **

1. Lois is making applesauce. Each batch she makes yields 3.25 quarts of applesauce. Lois already has 1.5 quarts. She would like to have a total of 14.5 quarts before she is finished for the day. How many batches of applesauce does Lois need to make? First I subtracted 14.5-1....

**Math**

thank you both for the help and being nice

**Math**

11. Solve for x: 12:x=8:6 I don't understand what I need to do. Help.

**Math**

thank you so much

**Math**

can you help me put this into words? so far i have: When finding out which store gives the bigger percent discount the answer is the second store. First you need to find

**Math**

thank you

**Math**

so the second store has a bigger discount

**Math **

24. two stores carry a similar stereo for the same original price of $573. one store offers a 16% discount and the second store sells the stereo for 458.40. which store gives the bigger percent discount? Justify your answer. ( 4 points) I don't understand how to solve this.

**English**

thanks for the help :)

**English**

1.D 2.C

**English**

What does Thrid-Person limited and Thrid-Person omniscient mean? 2.c

**English**

Read the following sentences adapted from p. 129 of The Watsons Go to Birmingham-1963. The boys got into bed. Byron was up in his top bunk and Kenny was down in the bottom. Kenny was so excited that he was talking a mile a minute-although he realized that he was probably just ...

**English**

thanks writeacher and thanks for being nice

**English**

this question asks about your work in your reading character role. you may use your novel to help you answer the question. Think about the work you completed in your reading role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about The Watsons...

**Algebra 2**

Thank you! Sorry for the confusion of the way I typed it.

**Algebra 2**

4* 4^x/2 =1024 Where do you begin since it is expoential? Is it 2^2+ 4(^2(^x/2) = 2^10.Then simplifying ?

**Algebra **

What is the exponential growth or decay. Of this function and the constant percentage? 20(.876)^x Would the percentage be expressed a decimal? I know it is decay ,so would you just add a negative to whatever percentage you get?

**Chemistry**

In the reaction Al2S3(s) + 6HCl(aq) --> 2AlCl3(aq) + 3H2S(g), how many moles of HCl are used for each mole of AlCl3 formed? A.0 B.2 C.3 D.1 E.1.5 where do you start and how do you figure it out?

**Chemistry**

Which ones of they statements our true? And which ones are false? I. Coefficients can be fractions. II. Subscripts can be fractions. III. Coefficients represent the relative masses of the reactants and/or products. IV. Changing the subscripts to balance an equation can only ...

**Chemistry**

Okay thank you I was confused by the last part.

**Chemistry**

The equation below could be best read as _____. H2(g) + Cl2(g) --> 2HCl(g)

**English (Literature)**

What does it mean by "How the Author writes"? I have to write how the author writes for my paragraph about my book

**Chemistry**

A 1.80-g sample of water contains _____ mole(s) of hydrogen atoms.

**Math**

While 3/8 is .375. This multiplied by 100% is 37.5%. So you could round up and get 38%, but if your explaining why it is wrong then 38% isn't specific enough for what the problem is asking. The actual percent is 37.5%. Hope this helps.

**Chemistry**

Is a mole of marshmallows is 6.022 X 10^23 true or false? I think it is false but I'm not sure.

**Math**

ok, so the radius is separate from the transformations. They got to the radius squared by .5^2.

**Math**

yes, so what are the actual transformations of the circle ? I know that it moves up 7 units and to the right 3. Does the radius/diameter of it have any separate transformation? And shouldn't the radius be .25/2? Not multiplied by 2? How is it not an equation? I was ...

**Math**

?3-(x-6)^2 + 15 What are the transformations in this? Confused by the three. (x -3)^2 + (y - 7)^2 =.25 Is there a transformation on the radius? Or just the center?

**Math**

Would the one above this one be a reflect over y-axis, right 88 up 76?

**Math**

Also what about this question? y = .2 sin ( -8x + 50) + 37 Would this be a vertical compression 0.2, horizontal compression -8, horizontal shift 50, and vertical up 37?

**Math**

What would be the transformations in this equation? y = (-x -88) + 76

**Math**

What is the parent function of x=2?If y=2 is a constant.So f(x)=a. would be the parent function of y=2. Would x=2 also be a constant since it is just going vertical instead of horizontal?

**Math**

What would be the transformations in this function y= -x+14? Would it reflect over the y or x -axis? It is also vert. up 14.

**Math**

What is the parent function of x=2?If y=2 is a constant.So f(x)=a. would be the parent function of y=2. Would x=2 also be a constant since it is just going vertical instead of horizontal?

**Math**

And the radius would also not be considered a separate translation? Such a a stretch?

**Math**

(x-3)^2+(y-3)^2=8.75 What would be the transformations on this circle? I know the center is (3,3) so would it be vert. 3 up and horizontal 3 to the right? Or is it be different since it has a diameter.

**Pre Algebra **

A spoke on the bike wheel is about 12 inches long. The diameter of the wheel is about how many inches?

**math**

I apologize. I'm having a rough day today. :( I'm so very sorry Ms. Sue. please forgive me.

**math**

Please help. I've been asking about these questions for the past 1 and 30 min. I'm really confused Simplify Please: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5)

**Mathematics**

I'm struggling with these! Please help! :) Simplify: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5)

**Mathematics**

I'm struggling with these! Please help! :) Simplify: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5)

**Mathematics**

Simplify: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5)

**character education**

Oh I apologize, I had thought maybe you accidentally reposted the question. Please forgive me. :) My mistake

**character education**

Ms. Sue already answered your question

**Mathematics**

I'm still confused

**Mathematics**

Simplify: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5)

**Pre Algebra **

Simplify: 1: (-12xy2z)(3xy) 2: -12xy2z divided by 3xy 3: 2x(2x - 5) 4: -2x(2x-5) Please help!

**English**

Gansberg is very precise in this article, especially in his references to time, address, and ages.Why?

**Pre Algebra**

Thank you so much!!! :)

**Pre Algebra **

1: Expand 4 (x + 2y + 3) 2: Factor 6x + 3y Please help!!! :)

**Mathematics**

1: Expand 4 (x + 2y + 3) 2: Factor 6x + 3y I really am having trouble understanding these

**Math**

Two forces are simultaneously acting on a 4.0 kg object on top of a frictionless surface. The forces are 12 N upward and 16 N to the right, yielding a net force as shown in the figure. What is the magnitude of the net force F?

**Algebra**

Is the equation true, false or open 4y+8=6y+3

**Language Arts**

Thank you Reed! There need to be more people like you in this world. Not people like Ms. Sue and Da Flash.

**Language Arts**

No one asked u for your opinions. Ms Sue pleas help

**Language Arts**

Write an essay in which you analyze the importance of plot events and characters’ actions to the development of a story’s theme. Review and evaluate a story from the unit that has a clearly identifiable theme. You might choose “Raymond’s Run” by Toni ...

**Algebra**

so is it b

**Algebra**

Solve the equation 4(x-b)=x a.b=4/3 x b. b=3/4 x c. x 4/3 b d. x= 3/4 b

**Mathematics**

A rectangle has vertices at (6,2,), (6, -6,), (-1, 2). Write the coordinates of the fourth vertex and find the area and perimeter of the rectangle (Please help, I'm really confused by these.)

**Mathematics**

expand 5(x+3) Factor 6x-10y

**math**

oops I apologize. :o

**math**

5. Your looking with the number with the most of the same number.

**Mathematics**

A rectangle has vertices at (6,2,), (6, -6,), (-1, 2). Write the coordinates of the fourth vertex and find the area and perimeter of the rectangle (Please help, I'm really confused by these.)

**Math**

Your welcome :)

**Math**

7+2=2+7. All your doing is changing the order of operations. :) Here's an example. 5+6=6=5.

**Mathematics**

factor 5x + 35

**Mathematics**

thank you :)

**Mathematics**

expand 3(x+7)

**Math**

what answer?

**Mathematics**

The triathlete swam 2 miles in 56 minutes. Then, he rode his bicycle 100 miles in 5 hours. Finally, he ran 20 miles in 106 minutes. How many minutes did it take him to complete the course? During which portion of the race did he have the greatest average speed?

**Mathematics**

thank you Ms. Sue so much :)

**Mathematics**

Ms. Sue, so there's 1 1/2 into 1? :)

**Mathematics**

thank you so much! I understand now! :)

**Mathematics**

how many 2/3 are in 1? This is confusing to me. Please help :)

**Mathematics**

Thank you so much Ms. Sue! :)

**Mathematics**

I think it 0, -2, -1.5, 1/3, 0.3, 3? Sorry if I'm wrong, I'm just confused.

**Mathematics**

arrange from least to greatest 0,-2, 1/3, 0.3, 3, -1.5