# Posts by SB

Total # Posts: 40

**Math**

Given the data 12, 39, 21, 18, 24, 17, 12, 25

**sci**

If a boy hears sound of a car after 2 sec find how far he's from the car if the speed of sound in air is 335m/s

**Language**

It's 1)b 2)b 3)d 4)a

**ss**

The answers are 1 b, 2 c, and 3 d if connexus

**Solar Energy Please Help**

When adding the photon flux of A and half of the photon flux of B I come to 1.55E+17 photons/cm2. This gives a short-circuit current density of 16.12mA/cm2 which is wrong. Where is my mistake???

**mitx 8.01x Classical Mechanics**

Please help with this question!!

**Quantum physics**

1) 10/36 some help for Q3?

**Quantum physics**

what is the answer of 3?

**7th Grade Social Studies**

what is your really name ms sue

**english**

it's the Climax

**Ms that**

A B C D

**Chemistry :(**

what formula did u use? my values are different!

**math**

ugh it's 3/16 so 3 7/16divided by 3/16 = 55/16 x 16/3 = 55/3 or 18 1/3 potatoes. That must be wrong! This is my daughter's 6th grade homework and it's been so long since I have done this math! She is totally confused and so am I!

**math**

This is such a cool site! Thanks for your help

**math**

A bag of potatoes weighs 3 7/16 pounds. if the average potato weighs 3/16 pound, about how many potatoes are in the bag? Do I divide 3 7/16 by 3/16 therefore 3 7/16 X 16/1 55/16 X 16/1 = 55 potatoes?

**math**

a mufffin recipe calls for 1 3/4 cups of sugar. How many cups of sugar are needed if only 1/4 of the recipe is being made?

**math**

thanks

**math**

Sally is making cookies. To make a dozen cookies, she needs 1/4 cup brown sugar. How many cups of brown sugar does Selena need to make 4 2/3 dozen cookies?

**12**

A factory’s worker productivity is normally distributed. One worker (worker 1) produces an average of 75 units per day with a standard deviation of 20. Another worker (worker 2) produces at an average rate of 65 per day with a standard deviation of 21. What is the ...

**algebra**

at the airport the new run way will be parallel to a highway. on the scale drawing of the airport the equation that represents the highway is 6y=8x-11. what is the equation for the runway

**math**

inventory puposes, a manufacturing company assigns a 3 charcter code to each differnt item produced. the first character of the code must be aleter from the 26 letter english alphabet. the second and third characters must each be a digit from 0-9. how many 3 digit character ...

**college algebra**

f(x)=x^2-8x+15 x=4 f(4)=(4^2)-8(4)+15 f(4)=(16)-8(4)+15 f(4)=16-32+15 f(4)=-16+15 f(4)= -1 f(x)=x^2-8x+15 x=6 f(6)=(6)^2-8(6)+15 f(6)=(36)-8(6)+15 f(6)=36-48+15 f(6)= -12+15 f(6)=3

**HCR/230**

This essay will focus on the positive and negative implications of the Welfare Reform Act. The essay will touch point explaining if it caused existing Medicaid beneficiaries to lose necessary coverage. Also do the eligible Medicaid candidates sometimes remain un-enrolled even ...

**Physics**

The deepest point in the ocean is 11km below sea level, deeper than Mt. Everest is tall.What is the pressure in atmospheres at this depth?

**Physics**

A cargo barge is loaded in a saltwater harbor for a trip up a freshwater river.If the rectangular barge is 3.00m by 20.0m and sits 0.900m deep in the harbor, how deep will it sit in the river? answer in meters

**Physics**

60 cm^3 of gasoline are mixed with 55 cm^3 of water. What is the average density of the mixture? the density of gasoline: 680

**Physics**

60 cm^3 of gasoline are mixed with 55 cm^3 of water. What is the average density of the mixture? the density of gasoline: 680

**Physics**

oh i figured that...thanks again

**Physics**

Sorry, I meant you are the BEST

**Physics**

you's the best

**Physics**

The highest that George can suck water up a very long straw is 2.0 m. (This is a typical value.) What is the lowest pressure that he can maintain in his mouth?

**ART paper**

i have an object that depicts a funeral scene so i chose the word "narration" because it is telling story i hope i make scene

**Physics**

What are the three longest wavelengths for standing sound waves in a 124-cm-long tube that is (a) open at both ends and (b) open at one end, closed at the other? I did 340/(4*1.24)=68.54 3*340/(4*1.24)=205.64 but i am confused

**Physic**

now i am confused ...dont know where to begin

**Physic**

part A i used the equation n*(lambda/2)=length, for n- 1,2, and 3. this is coming back as incorrect

**Physic**

how do i go from degree to meter...answer is required in m.

**Physic**

What are the three longest wavelengths for standing sound waves in a 124-cm-long tube that is (a) open at both ends and (b) open at one end, closed at the other?

**Biology**

What plasmodium is more serious? vivax malariae falciparum ovale

**maths**

John is making cakes with nuts. He can choose between 4 flavors of cakes, 3 colors of frosting, and 2 kinds of nuts. He chooses one flavor, one color and one kind of nut. How many different cupcakes could be made?

**economics**

Could you please clarify how did you derive the answer for (a) supply schedule = 500+ 50P? Thanks, SB