# Posts by bella

Total # Posts: 781

**History**

ok so is D correct then.

**History**

How did the Nullification Crisis reflect Andrew Jackson's policies? Jackson refused to support laws that would set up a national bank. Jackson supported a strong central government to enforce federal laws. Jackson thought states should not use federal government funds. ...

**math**

the stem-and-leaf plot shows the height, in inches, of the players on two different basketball teams. How many players on each team are less than 70 inches tall? Heights of Players In inches Austin College Barton College Leaf Stem Leaf 6 7 8 8 9 6 4 6 8 1 1 2 6 7 1 1 1 3 4 5 1...

**English**

oh okay thank you

**English**

I can't come up with an acrostic word for it

**English**

Help i need to write an acrostic poem about my hopes and dreams for high school

**math**

Different sizes of ribbon need to be cut to go around various shapes. All of the following sizes are in inches. ?3 2?3 ?5 (a) Without using your calculator, approximate the decimal equivalent of each number to the nearest tenth. (b) Order the ribbon sizes from least to greatest

**History**

How were literature and authors connected to the transcendentalist movement?

**math**

what is 14 percent of 100

**History**

What is an example of a organization or law that exists today because of the children in poverty reform movement in the 1800s?

**History**

I picked A and it was correct. Thanks

**History**

Which of these values was central to the Transcendentalist writers? Connection with nature Connection with urban life Patriotism for the United States Charity for the poor (I'm thinking either A or C)

**Walk Two Moons (Chapters 9-11)**

D A C I know I got 100

**Math**

-3+-8

**History**

Thank you!

**History**

I forgot to add...I think removal of large tracts of trees is the answer.

**History**

What were the environmental consequences of industrialization in the American Northeast? Destruction of citrus crops Spread of malaria Pollution of the Pacific Ocean Removal of large tracts of trees

**social studies**

what can be inferred about how elizabeth cady stanton's personal qualities affected the women's suffrage movement?

**algebra**

28

**algebra**

28

**math**

Consider these two tables for Line 1 and Line 2. Line 1: x | y 0 1 3 4 Line 2: x | y 0 0 2 4 (a) Graph Line 1 (already did this) (b) Graph Line 2 on the same graph (already did this) (c) What is the solution to the system? Use graphing to solve. Explain your answer.

**Calculus **

A rectangle trough is 8 meters long, 2 meters across at the top, and 4 meters deep. If water flows in at the rate of 2 cubic meters per minute, how fast is the surface rising when the water is 1 meter deep? Need help on this

**physics**

A 25-kg child sits at the top of a 4-meter slide. After sliding down, the child is traveling at 5 m/s. How much PE does he start with? How much KE does he end with? How much energy is lost to friction? if you push a box across the floor with a force of 30 N you push it 15 ...

**English**

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**English**

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**English**

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**English**

One of the two “voices” of verbs (see also active voice). A verb is in the passive voice when the subject of the sentence is acted on by the verb. For example, in “The ball was thrown by the pitcher,” the ball (the subject) receives the action of the verb, ...

**english**

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**English**

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**History/Government**

Why has there been a decline in freedom in the world over the last 10 years? Any thoughts? I was thinking along the lines of terrorism and the pressure for the world to gain a democratic state.

**Math**

Robert wants to build a square sandbox that has an area of 25 feet

**Maths**

A speed camera takes two photographs of a car. Photo 2 was taken 0.5 seconds after Photo 1. Marks on the road are 0.8 meters apart. Calculate the average speed of the car in m/s.

**math**

Find the number of terms in an AP given that its first and last terms are A and 37A respectively and that its common difference is 4A?

**Algebra 2**

Select Yes or No to state whether each data set is likely to be normally distributed. the numbers on the jerseys of the players in a basketball league my answer:yes the heights of the players in a basketball league my answer:yes the lengths of the basketball courts in a ...

**Algebra 2**

how do I use that ?

**Algebra 2**

Times for an ambulance to respond to a medical emergency in a certain town are normally distributed with a mean of 450 seconds and a standard deviation of 50 seconds. Suppose there are 160 emergencies in that town. In about how many emergencies are the response times expected ...

**Please Help!! (Connexus)**

How do you find your ID number? I'm new to online schooling, and I really need to find it asap. Thank you

**Chemistry**

Do I calculate the moles of KSCN and the moles of AgNO3 . Moles reacted: moles AgNO3 - moles KSCN Then say : C =mols reacted/volume(the 10 ml volume x 10 to the minus 3) Then multiple mol/L by g/mol then convert to g/ml

**Chemistry**

Help please. Am doing a past exam paper and I hit a road block with this question: Chloride in a brine solution is determined by a precipitation titration. A 10.00 mL aliquot of the solution is titrated with 15.00mL of standard 0.1182 M AgNO3 solution. The excess silver is ...

**math**

The diameter of Sheree's bicycle wheel is 0.705 m. Caculate how many turns the bicycle wheel will make if she rides the bicycle 1 km. So far I've found out that the circumference of the wheel is C=?d =3.14(0.705) =2.2137 m

**math**

9*1+2*(1/10)+6*(1/100) in standard form

**Physics**

A block of metal, mass m kg, is placed on a horizontal frictionless surface. It is then acted upon by a force equal to half its weight in a direction parallel to the surface. What's the acceleration it experience?

**physics**

The large quadriceps muscle in the upper leg terminates at its lower end in a tendon attached to the upper end of the tibia (see figure (a)). The forces on the lower leg when the leg is extended are modeled as in figure (b), where vector T is the force of tension in the tendon...

**English**

i think it A

**English**

Ms. Sue if you paid any attention you would know that many people post one or two questions to there test and people will respond with all the answers to the test because they know what test they are doing, why make people post every question when they can just get the answer ...

**English**

@Ms. Sue I think you were wrong for banning my sister EmberShy, she didn't do anything wrong that many people don't do anyway. I've seen many people post answers to questions not asked and they were never banned. So why are you banning her for doing something that ...

**math**

How many different single-scooped ice-cream you can have, if there is 6 flavors and 3 different cones?

**maths**

A cyclist who is travelling directly to the East at 8 kilometres per hour finds that the wind appears to blow directly from the North. She then continues to travel East but she doubles her speed to 16 kilometers per hour and the wind then appears to blow from the North-East. ...

**Government**

1. B 2. A 3. B 4. A

**Math**

Is it..... 21?

**Physics**

A horizontal force of 150 N is used to push a 40.5-kg packing crate a distance of 5.05 m on a rough horizontal surface. If the crate moves at constant speed, find each of the following. (a) the work done by the 150-N force (b) the coefficient of kinetic friction between the ...

**History help plz not ms.sure or writeacher**

What was George Washington asking the continental congress to do?

**History help**

Was he asking them to join the army

**History help**

The contiential troops

**History help**

They died

**History help**

Your asking way to many questions at once

**History help**

Yeah I didn't find anything

**History help**

? That was no help 😑😑

**History help**

What was George Washington asking the continental congress to do?

**History**

Someone else help me plz

**History**

Is the answer too the second question the army was barely trained and unequipped.?

**History**

I don't have any answers b. 🙄🙄

**History**

I am convinced that our system of temporary enlistments have prolonged war.we may expect everything from ours that a milita is capable of, but we must not expect... Service for which regulars alone are fit. The late battle of Camden is a sad comment upon this doctrine. The ...

**mathematics**

one number is one less than two times another. if their sum is increased by two, the result is 13. find the numbers .

**Math**

I believe you'd have to get the LCM and GCF by prime factorization to get the answer somehow? Even if you were to get the right answer your quiz is over just wait till you get it back and ask your teacher about it so you can learn from your mistake.

**algerbra help plzzz**

Select all of the expressions that are equivalent to 1/3(−5x−6/2)−7/8 . A.−20x−45/24 B.−5x−6/6−7/8 C.−8x/24+21/24 D.5x−6−21/12

**algerbra help plzzz**

Select all of the expressions that are equivalent to 1/3(−5x−6/2)−7/8 . A.−20x−45/24 B.−5x−6/6−7/8 C.−8x/24+21/24 D.5x−6−21/12

**Algerbra**

its c

**Algerbra**

so c

**Algebra**

lol this is funny your names Edward and im Bella

**Math**

they have 25 feet of fencing to build the compost bin what is the area of the largest bin they can build? what are the dimensions of the bin with the largest area

**math**

14 ? 2 ? 7 ? 3 ? 9 = 10 Either insert +, -, x or /

**Math**

Insert +, -, x, or + symbols to make each statement true 17?2?3?8=3 33?3?2?5=1

**signals and systems**

Q. Consider the signal h[n] = [( 1/2 )^n−1]{u[n + 3] − u[n − 10]} Express A and B in terms of n so that the following equation holds: h[n − k] ={( 1/2 )^(n-k−1), A<k<B 0, elsewhere}

**Physics**

Two resistors of 2.0 ohm and 3.0 ohm are connected a) in series b) in parallel, with a battery of 6.0V and negligible internal resistance. For each case draw a circuit diagram and calculate the current through the battery

**Calculus**

A box with square base and rectangular sides is being designed. The material for the sides costs 20 cents per square inch and that for the too and bottom costs 10 cents per square inch. The box is to hold 150 cubic inches. What dimension of the box will minimize the cost?

**Math**

Find the function of the sequence. 1.) -1,1,3,5,7 2.)8,-1,-10

**Math**

Please help me now this is my homework which I really had a hard time dealing with it. Find the function of the sequence. 1.) -1,1,3,5,7 2.) 8,-1,-10 Please, please help me now!

**LA walk two moons**

B B C

**LA walk two moons**

B. These are the right answer I B promise C

**Adding and subtracting mixed numbers**

Thank you Ms Sue. But how did you get 9 11/8 I'm stuck on that last step

**Adding and subtracting mixed numbers**

I am trying to help my son with his homework but I have no Idea on how to solve the problem. If you can please explain step by step how to solve it. (Simplify (4 1/8 + 6 1/4) - 2 1/2 I am lost when it tells me to rename if possible.

**Math**

The pressure P of a gas varies inversely with its volume, V. Pressure is measured in units of Pa. Suppose that A particular amount of a gas is initially at a pressure of 104 Pa at a volume of 108 L. If the volume is expanded to 432 L , what will the new pressure be ?

**math**

You roll a number cube twice. Find the probability of the event. Rolling a number less than 2 and then a number more than 6 Rolling an odd number then an even number Rolling a 7 then a 5

**Algebra**

The width of a rectangle is 10 inches less then it's length if the perimeter of the rectangle is 36 inches what is its Width in inches?

**Math**

There are 8 slices of pizza. Joey ate 2 slices. Chris ate 3. What is the fraction of the pizza they ate.

**Pre Algebra (Math)**

32 because you multiply 0.40 (decimal form of 40%) by 80

**Geography**

I need help writing a four paragraph essay on why the stamp act was unfair.

**Math**

3+3=-+2

**Math**

You have a cake that was cut into 18 pieces. At the end of the party one half of the cake was left. Then you friend took 5 pieces home for her family. What fraction of the cake do you still have?

**life orientation**

human dignity

**Geography help plz due tommorrow**

If colonial boundaries have produced a large number of problems for Aftican countries, could the continenta people revert to the boundaries that existed before European colonialism? What other solutions might there be to the problems created by Aftica's borders? Plz help ...

**5th grade math**

Two pails of different sizes contain 34.5 liters of water altogether. When 0.68 liter of water is poured from the bigger pail into the smaller pail, the amount of water in the bigger pail is 9 times that in the smaller pail. How much water was there in each pail at first?

**5th grade math**

kate drank 42.5 gals of milk in jan and feb. if she drank 5.3 gal more in feb. how much did she drink in feb?

**Chemistry**

An impure sample of (COOH)2 · 2 H2O that has a mass of 2.9 g was dissolved in water and titrated with standard NaOH solution. The titration required 32.4 mL of 0.144 mo- lar NaOH solution. Calculate the percent (COOH)2 · 2 H2O in the sample.

**Math**

Thank you very much Ms. Sue I greatly appreciate your help. I am glad I came across this site, I will visit it frequently. It will defiantly help my Daughter and myself to further assist her with these math problems.

**Math**

Thank you Ms. Sue. I am Bella's Father, I also found it strange that they would post this type of a question for my 8 year old. Quick question does this one sound right for her grade. I tried to help her solve it, but my Daughter seemed confused. A rectangular room is 20 ...

**Math**

I am in 3rd grade, we are not multiplying by 3 digits that is why i tried the second one. I think it is the 2nd one. after adding both answers??

**Math**

Johnson's house was $112.00 per square meter to build. The house is 12 meters wide and 18 meters long. How much did it cost to build the house? 12x18=216 $112x216=24,192 or $112x12=1,344 $112x18=2,016 Add=$3,360 to build the house??

**Math**

Victoria has a 2-pound package of flour. she uses 2/5 of the flour to make a pizza. She then uses 3/10 of the remaining flour to make bread. Find the weight of the package of flour that she has left. Express your answer in decimal