# Posts by Terrence

Total # Posts: 36

**World History**

Can you give us some suggestions?

**World History**

So... just walk about to random young black men and ask them how they feel about this topic?

**World History**

Sorry, it's a group project. I haven't found much on the topic that's helpful. Do you have any tips for how we can check our privilege?

**World History**

I have to write an essay on this topic: "What are some steps caucasians can take to check their privilege in society?" Any ideas for good resources or study tools I can go to to help answer this question?

**Social Studies**

Writeteacher, can you suggest any good resources for researching this topic? What is the evidence that President Taft was trans?

**Social Studies**

Thanks. Ryan and I are looking into it. It appears his mustache may have been fake, and he may have been a non binary person.

**Social Studies**

Thanks. My teacher said that there is some evidence that William Taft was transgender, or at least androgynous/nonbinary.

**math**

the picture shows 12 flowers. there are 6 daisies, one sunflower, and 5 tulips. What fraction of the flowers are daisies?

**Math**

Thank you!

**Math**

Peanuts, walnuts, and cashews are mixed by volume in the ratio 5:3:2, to make a party snack. The number of cups of walnuts needed to make 12 cups of party mix are between: a) 1 and 2 b) 2 and 3 c) 3 and 4 d) 4 and 5 Math - Ms. Sue, Monday, February 20, 2017 at 5:23pm What is ...

**Math**

I don't know? I think 4 or 5, but its a guess. I don't know how to actually figure it out?

**Math**

Peanuts, walnuts, and cashews are mixed by volume in the ratio 5:3:2, to make a party snack. The number of cups of walnuts needed to make 12 cups of party mix are between: a) 1 and 2 b) 2 and 3 c) 3 and 4 d) 4 and 5

**Math**

I think maybe 4 and 5, just not sure?

**Math**

Peanuts, walnuts, and cashews are mixed by volume in the ratio 5:3:2, to make a party snack. The number of cups of walnuts needed to make 12 cups of party mix are between: a) 1 and 2 b) 2 and 3 c) 3 and 4 d) 4 and 5

**math**

Q1.Plot three points with first coordinate equal to (-2.8) and join them.

**Social Science**

Hello, So tribunal is more of a judge or judges residing over but not charging suspects for war crimes. Terrence Thank You

**Social Science**

I am confused, what is the difference between basic tribunal and war crime tribunal. Thank You

**algebra**

what is the variance for the set of data 22,30,13,20,20

**Composition 155**

explain how purpose, audience, tone, and content impact academic writing. Be sure to use the three components of a good paragraph covered in this week’s readings. In addition, be sure to answer the following questions: What is the purpose of this topic? Who is your ...

**MATH**

STEVE MIXES TOGETHER 1 6/8 GALLONS OF APPLEJUCIE, 1 3/8 OF ORANGEJUCIE, AND 1 1/8 GALLONS OF CRANBERRYJUCIE. HOW MUCH FRUIT DOES HE MAKE?

**Calculus**

solid is formed by rotating the region bounded by the curve y=e−3x^2 and the x-axis between x=0 and x=1, around the x-axis. The volume of this solid is 3(1−e^−3). Assuming the solid has constant density , find x and y. I know that y bar must be 0. and I got ....

**Calculus**

solid is formed by rotating the region bounded by the curve y=e−3x^2 and the x-axis between x=0 and x=1, around the x-axis. The volume of this solid is 3(1−e^−3). Assuming the solid has constant density , find x and y. I know that y bar must be 0. and I got...

**Calculus**

A solid is formed by rotating the region bounded by the curve y=e−3x2 and the x-axis between x=0 and x=1, around the x-axis. The volume of this solid is 3(1−e−3). Assuming the solid has constant density , find x and y. I know that y bar must be 0. and I got ....

**chemistry**

Calculate the mass of solute required to make: 10.0 cm3 of 0.100 M Fe(NH4)2(SO4)2.6H20 Please explain how you did it and as well the status of the 6 waters there, are they considered solute or solvent or what? Thanks a bunch!

**chemistry**

I'm having a problem with the gas constant. This is it: In the question: Calculate the amount of moles of a gas if .455 occupies a volume of 250mL at 27 degrees Celsius and 772mmHg. I do all the correct steps using the R = 8.314 for the 772mmHg. I get .077 for this, which ...

**chem**

If an atom of carbon 12 has been assigned a relative mass of 24u, determine the average atomic mass of hydrogen relative to this mass.

**Geometry**

A 10-meter ladder, is resting against the top of a building. If the bottom of the ladder is 4 meters from the building, how many meters tall is the building

**Math**

Deborah deposits $200 into an account that pays simple interest at the rate of 7%. How much will she have at the end of 4 months?

**10GRADE HONOR WLD-HISTORY/ENGLISH**

How did the political and social ideas of the five philosophers John Locke, Thomas Hobbes, Voltaire, Baron de Montesquieu, and Denis Diderot, impact social equality, democracy, human rights, constitutionalism, and nationalism?

**Social Studies**

How did early explorers use natural resources?

**math**

tanya could not belive that she was on the phone this week a total of 15 hours!last week,she was on the phone for only three 3/8 of an hour less!how many hours was tanya on the phone last week?

**GENERAL CHEMISTRY**

pH IS 2.96

**physics**

what's the area under a force-vs-time curve: momentum, impulse, or velocity? Impulse. (It happens to equal the change in momentum, as well) i thought so.. thanks for the clarification.

**PHYSICS**

When the force F acting on a particle depends only on the particle's position coordinate x, and when the particle moves along the x-axis, then the work done by the force is the area under: a) F versus x curve b) F versus v curve (v is velocity) c) F versus a curve (a is ...

**PHYSICS**

The area under a force-versus-time curve is: a) momentum b) impulse c) velocity what's the area under a force-vs-time curve: momentum, impulse, or velocity?

**PHYSICS**

The acceleration of the center-of-mass point of a system of particles depends on: a) all the forces acting on the system b) only the external forces acting on the system c) only the internal forces acting on the system