# Posts by Rica

Total # Posts: 20

**Math**

Ten times increased by 12 is 32.find the number

**trigonometry**

a motor boat moves in the direction of N 38° E for 3 hrs at 20 mph. How far north and how far east does it travel?

**math**

a boat weighs 1500lb more than its motor and 1900 lb more than its trailer. Together the boat and motor weigh five times as much as the trailer. how much does the boat weigh?

**math**

a 2000 l.tank containing 550 l. of water is being filled with the water at the rate of 75 l. per minute from a full 1600 l tank. How long will it be before the two tanks the same amount of water?

**math**

what is 1000 [?] 81 [?] 190 = 10

**math**

choose the correct operation to make this statement true;10^3[?]9^2[?]190=10

**math**

could be plus,minus,multiplication or divided

**math**

what is 10^3 ( )9^2 ( )190 = 10. i try to work it out;( 1000 - 190 ) divided by 190 = 10 But when i think about BODMAS then i do not know how to choose the correct operation to make this statment true,can u help me please ,thanks

**wRITINg**

This experience has been more than fulfilling; it has shown me the road to something greater than responsibility, time management and responsibility. Children are the future and we impact the hope of the future today by our showing the many qualities that have been shown to us...

**WRITing**

please tell me if Im off topic “The price of greatness is responsibility” – Winston Churchill. Responsibility is a duty or obligation to satisfactorily perform a task that one must complete and should be able to accept the consequences if failed. It is ...

**psychology**

If you had to argue that either genetics (nature) or environment (nurture) has the greater impact on human development, which would you pick and why?

**chemistry-atom**

why does splitting a nucleus create a tremendous amount of energy?

**science**

what is a group of atoms having a net electrical charge

**Math**

what are you trying to figure out?

**chemisrty**

how can you calculate the net charge of an ion if you know the number of protons, neutrons, and electrons it contains?

**chemistry**

who said that each element was composed of extremely small particles democritus lavoisier proust dalton

**trig**

find the remaining 5 trigometric functions of x cos x = 1/5, x in quadrant 1

**trig**

find sin s when cot s= -1/3, s in quadrant 4

**math**

world without measurements

**Math essay**

I was a little ♥ about when i learn geometry i was nervous>I feel dizzy