# Posts by brady

Total # Posts: 939

**Statistics**

A certain university has 7 vehicles available for use by faculty and staff. Five of these are vans and 2 are cars. On a particular day, only two requests for vehicles have been made. Suppose that the two vehicles to be assigned are chosen in a completely random fashion from ...

**algebra**

thank you so much

**algebra**

The width of rectangle A is half of its height write an algebraic expression for the width of rectangle a

**English**

Thank you, Ms. Sue. There may be a few more, but I'm not sure yet.

**English**

Hello, can someone please check my answer? Which sentence best expresses the meaning of the following aphorism? Fools rush in where Angels fear to tread. - Alexander Pope A. Angels and fools are never seen together. B. When angels know to stay clear, fools come rushing in. C. ...

**Math**

Okay, thanks again!

**Math**

Julie withdraws $175.00 from her bank account. This amount is 25% of her total savings. How much did she have in her account originally? I think that I multiply 175.00 by 4 which is 700.

**Math**

The answer is 2. Thank you Ms. Sue!

**Math**

A salad dressing is 40% peanut oil. Greg wants to make 5 cups of dressing. How much peanut oil does he need?

**English**

Nevermind, I think I got it. Thanks to anyone who tried.

**English**

Can you also explain how?

**English**

Are you talking about what the quoted part means, or you talking about "crossing the common?"

**English**

Do you need more information on the assignment? I'm not at my best when it comes to the Transcendentalists. American Romanticism is just not my thing.

**English**

The question before was asking me if I found seeing the world in different ways was true. For example, a sad person will see a cold, empty world, while a happier person will see a wonderful world. I have found this to be true. Then, it goes to that question. I believe it's...

**English**

The full question is: "How does this idea affect the meaning of the preceding description of Emerson's experience crossing the common?"

**English**

Hello, can someone please help me? I have to do an assignment, and one of the questions ends in a phrase that I don't understand. The words are "crossing the common." Thanks if anyone can help. I've been stuck ever since I got to it, and the online results ...

**math**

38/57 simplified

**math**

1. A is correct. 2. I believe C is correct. 3. C is also correct. 4. B is correct. 5. D is correct. I hope this helps!

**Math**

Cool! Thank you Bob. :)

**Math**

Hello, can anyone help me with this one question? What are the two solutions of x^2 – 2x – 4 = –3x + 9? A. the y-coordinates of the y-intercepts of the graphs of y = x^2 – 2x – 4 and y = –3x + 9 B. the x-coordinates of the x-intercepts of the ...

**Math**

Luis has $10.25 in change in his piggy bank. The number of nickles is three times the number of dimes. The number of quaters is 1 more than four times the number of dimes. How many of each kind of coin does he have.

**Math**

This is a question regarding quadratic equations. I think I have to use the quadratic formula but I'm not sure and because the question provides the base I think I'm wrong. Here is the question|: During a hurricane, parabolic waves on the ocean can exceed a height of ...

**Language Arts - Please Check Answer**

Cool. Thank you again, Ms. Sue. :) That's all that I need help with for now. However, I may need more help later.

**Language Arts - Please Check Answer**

Here's the other question: ____________ is the literary device that provides clues or hints to suggest what will occur later in a story. Would Foreshadowing be the answer? Thank you for checking this one as well.

**Language Arts - Please Check Answer**

Thank you for checking Ms. Sue. :) Also, can you please check another one?

**Language Arts - Please Check Answer**

Please help me with the following question: A paradox is a literary device often used to A. emphasize or make readers think about important ideas. B. provide hints or clues about events that occur later in a story. C. explain a character’s reason for doing or saying ...

**Language Arts - Please Check Answers**

Cool, thank you Reed! I really appreciate it! :)

**Language Arts - Please Check Answers**

Please help me with the following questions: 1. Read the excerpt from Act II, scene v of Romeo and Juliet. Friar Laurence: These violent delights have violent ends, And in their triumph die, like fire and powder, Which, as they kiss consume: the sweetest honey Is loathsome in ...

**math**

Jim used 6 white cubes to make a rectangular prism. He painted the whole outside blue. If Jim separates the cubes, how many will have more blue faces than white. How many will have an equal number of blue and white faces

**Math**

Well, each friend has 2/5 of a bag of peanuts left. 1 friend = 2/5 of a bag of peanuts left - 0.4 left The goal here is to figure out how many people with that amount equal 2 for the amounts of peanuts. So, we'll go one at a time. 2 friends = 4/5 of a bag of peanuts left ...

**English*Checking Answers***

Yes, C is the answer for the first question. Most likely the speaker is Black Hawk, who is an "Indian" (or a Native American, respectively). However, there are key clues to show that C is the answer. These clues are in the last paragraph of the passage. When the ...

**math**

Or as Ms. Sue said, "52.3 = 52 3/10". Sorry that I didn't see your post before me, Ms. Sue.

**math**

You're welcome Ms. Sue. Kalyn, 52.3 can be simplified, by turning it into a mixed fraction. However, you can of course, leave it as 52.3. The first thing you can do is to figure out the place value of the 3. The 3 is in the tenths place, so moving the decimal to the right ...

**math**

Oops, I mean Kalyn. Also, sorry that I posted in a weird spot for my post before this one. I didn't see your last post.

**math**

You're welcome, Kaylyn. :)

**math**

She got 34.2 because she changed 1/5 to a decimal. Then, she added 0.2 to 34 to get 34.2, which is the same thing as 34 1/5. 1/5 = 0.2 1/2 = 0.5 In order to do this, just divide the top and bottom. So, for 1/5, just divide 1 by 5 to get 0.2. I hope this helps? :)

**Language Arts - Romeo and Juliet - Please Check**

Okay, I understand. I was actually tied between both A and B at first, but my sister said to pick B. That's why I posted it on here to be checked. So, thank you for checking my answers, that's all that I needed help with for right now. :)

**Language Arts - Romeo and Juliet - Please Check**

I was just waiting for you to reply. Anyway, here's the last one that I need checked. Read this line from the prologue of Romeo and Juliet. "Is now the two hours’ traffick of our stage;" Which best paraphrases "two hours’ traffick”? A. ...

**Language Arts - Romeo and Juliet - Please Check**

Thank you, Ms. Sue. :) Is there any chance that you could check another one, please?

**Language Arts - Romeo and Juliet - Please Check**

I need help with the following: 11. Read these lines from the prologue of Romeo and Juliet. "Two households, both alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where we lay our scene, From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, Where civil blood makes civil hands unclean." What is ...

**Earth Science - Please Check My Answer**

Thank you Ms. Sue. :)

**Earth Science - Please Check My Answer**

Please help with the following: How does sleet differ from snow? A. It is not a form of precipitation. B. It is liquid and not ice. C. It starts as rain and freezes in the air. D. It starts as water vapor and changes to a solid. I know that answer is not D because I got it ...

**algebra**

The answer should be 3(x - 2)(x + 1). GCF is 3 Factor out 3. 3(x^2 - x - 2) Numbers that add up to -1 and -2 are -2 and 1. 3(x - 2)(x + 1) I hope this helps! :)

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

It's pretty easy, it's just that you have to remember the order, and formula to use(including the Pythagorean Theorem), Callie. Once you remember those, it can help you with other problems like it. Also, it took me a while to make the above post, so I am sorry if I ...

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

You don't need to do division. You may be getting confused with the square root sign. Well, 3.14*8(8+√49+64) is correct. However, you don't need to combine the numbers outside the parentheses just yet. This is because Parentheses comes first in PEMDAS. You must ...

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

A=πr(r+(√h^2+r^2)) Square root line continues at the top of h^2 through r^2. r is radius and h is height for this problem. Now substitute numbers for the variables. A=π8(8+(√7^2+8^2)) Now solve. The rest I will leave up to you. I hope this helps! :)

**Philosophy**

C is incorrect. The quote is actually by David Hume. The whole quote is: "But setting aside some metaphysicians of this kind, I may venture to affirm of the rest of mankind, that they are nothing but a bundle or collection of different perceptions, which succeed each ...

**Philosophy**

False is correct. "When asked about the existence of a self, the Buddha often refused to answer. Instead, he pointed out the drawbacks of thinking in terms of existence and non-existence." ~ Wiki-pedia I hope this helps! :)

**Philosophy**

You're welcome, TayB. :) I have been trying to help with the others as well, but that's all that I can do for now. Right now, I need to log off of my computer, so I can't help you with what's left. Right now, all that I can say is good luck with the rest! :)

**Philosophy**

First off, there may be an error with your question here. Most results when you look up "Prince and the Cobbler", it says that John Locke wrote it. Think about the word, counterexample. What does it mean? Well, the definition is: "An example that refutes or ...

**Computer Applications - Microsoft Office Word 2007**

Well, I know about the cursor, but I think the arrow indicator has something to do with the Show/Hide formatting button. Thank you guys for trying to help though, I do appreciate it! :)

**Computer Applications - Microsoft Office Word 2007**

I have a quick question about Microsoft Office Word. What is the arrow indicator in Microsoft Office Word? I am really confused about this. I have tried looking it up, but I had no luck finding information about the arrow indicator. If anyone knows what it is in the program, ...

**math**

You're welcome Angelina. :)

**math**

There are four quarters and one dime. Quarter = 25 cents = 0.25 Dime = 10 cents = 0.10 0.25 + 0.25 + 0.25 + 0.25 = $1.00 1.00 + 0.10 = $1.10 So again, there is four quarters and one dime. I hope this helps! :)

**science**

B is correct. The cardiac muscle can also be called the heart muscle. "Coordinated contractions of cardiac muscle cells in the heart propel blood out of the atria and ventricles to the blood vessels of the left/body/systemic and right/lungs/pulmonary circulatory systems.&...

**math**

Using normal math, it should be 19. Most of the time, this is just part of an internet joke. So, if you looked up "what is 9 + 10", you will mainly get search results saying that this is a joke and it being from a Vine. However, the Google calculator should appear, ...

**Math**

It doesn't come out even, but you can round to get your answer. So, 16.428571428571428571428571428571 would round to 16. I hope this helps! :)

**Math**

Well, since the shape is not given, I am guessing it is a cone, based off of other problems with the same wording and answer selection. The equation to use is the Pythagorean Theorem. For this, you forgot to do something for it. In order to use this equation, I believe you ...

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

You're welcome Callie! :) I've been trying to figure it out for a long time since you posted it, so sorry for the late replies. Also, I do have to go because my mom and sister are calling me off. So, I guess I will help you another time.

**math help!!!!! Thanks**

Have you tried doing other surface area equations for prisms? I posted on your first post to this problem, and I got the surface area for a rectangular prism to work. I got B as the answer. I never got any of the answers until I tried: SA = 2ab + 2bc + 2ac. If you plug in 14 ...

**Math**

9 + (2*(11-6)^2 Parentheses: 11-6 = (5) 2*(5) = (10) Do the Exponent: (10)^2 = 100 Now add: 9 + 100 = 109 So, 109 is correct. I hope this helps! :)

**Math**

You're welcome! :)

**Math**

Yes, 26 is correct. If you solve in the order of PEMDAS, you'll usually get the correct answer.

**Algebra**

You're welcome McCormick. Ms Sue's way is a lot easier, I was just doing it the way that I would have double-checked it.

**Algebra**

Honestly, I think you are right. nickels = 5 cents dimes = 10 cents 23 x 5 = 115 - Or this could be $1.15 There are 17 remaining coins. These are dimes. 17 x 10 = 170 - Or this could be $1.70 Add the total dollar amounts: $1.15 + $1.70 = $2.85 So, I think you are correct. I ...

**Math**

Also, you make a good point, Reiny.

**Math**

I have tried many surface area equations, and this is the only one that worked. SA = 2ab + 2bc + 2ac - (a is 14, b is 10, and c is 8.) = (2*14*10) + (2*10*8) + (2*14*8) = 280 + 160 + 224 = 664 The equation that I used is for a rectangular prism. I was only doing equations for ...

**Math**

You're welcome, Amy. :)

**Math**

(3^2 + (8/4 + 4^2)) Parenthesis first: (8/4 + 4^2) 8/4 = 2 4^2 = 16 Now add the totals. (2 + 16) = (18) Now you should have: (3^2 + (18)) Now solve 3^2: 3^2 = 9 Now you should have: (9 + (18)) Now add the two numbers. 9 + 18 = 27 So, 27 is the answer. I hope this helps! :)

**Math - Absolute Value Inequalities**

Thank you Steve!! I was stuck on this one for so long! I have such a hard time with these, so it's going to happen for me. :)

**Math - Absolute Value Inequalities**

Please help me with the following: Which of the following expressions is equivalent to |x – 2| < 3? A. –3 > x – 2 < 3 B. –3 < x – 2 < 3 C. x – 2 < 3 and x – 2 < –3 D. x – 2 < 3 or x – 2 < –3 I ...

**fundamental concepts**

You're welcome Daniela.

**fundamental concepts**

Since A seems to make the most sense, I would think that A is correct as well. I hope this helps! :)

**algebra 1**

For 4 hours, the train traveled at 54 miles per hour. This is: 4 x 54 = 216 For 3 hours, the rain traveled at 48 miles per hour. 3 x 48 = 144 Now, add the two totals: 144 + 216 = 360 I hope this helps? P.S. I don't know if I didn't it right, but see if this helps.

**Language Arts**

C is correct. Definition of jostling from Google: verb gerund or present participle: jostling push, elbow, or bump against (someone) roughly, typically in a crowd. We know that A is out because it sounds like you are the only one on the beach. For B, you don't usually bump...

**Science**

0.72 x 318,968,000 = 229,656,960 229,656,960 x 10 = 2,296,569,600 2,296,569,600 + 318,968,000 = 2,615,537,600 I hope this helps? :) P.S. I am not sure I did it right, but please see if this helps.

**URGET!!**

You're welcome! :) I am glad you got the answers for the other two as well.

**URGET!!**

1. I do not know. Are you finding three terms, before the 30 in the sequence? -(This would be: 54, 46,38) Or, are you finding the next three terms of the sequence? -(This would be: -2, -10, -18) 2. It is basically multiplying each term by 2 to get the next term. 2 x 4 = 8 2 x ...

**Earth Science**

You're welcome, Ms. Sue. :)

**Earth Science**

B is correct. Atoms are made up of Protons, Neutrons, and electrons. I know this off the top of my head. I hope this helps! :) P.S. Please look at the post with your diamond question and scientific notation question.

**Earth Science**

I posted to help clarify things for you a few minutes ago. Ms. Sue was talking about your diamond question being correct at the beginning. Also, your answer to the scientific notation question is correct. I hope this helps! :)

**Earth Science**

Also, Ms. Sue was talking about your question with diamonds being correct.

**Earth Science**

For your second question, B is correct. I assume you meant: A. 31.34 × 10^9 B. 3.134 × 10^9 C. 3.143 × 10^45 D. 3.143 × 10^9 If you do the math for each, B is the only one that equals 3,134,000,000. So, you are correct. I hope this helps! :)

**math**

Well, it is $20 per meter, so it is kind of like a multiple-step equation. 20m x $20 = $400 25m x $25 = $500 $400 + $500 = $900 So, it costs $900 to paint all of the room. I hope this helps? :) P.S. I think I did it right, but I am not sure.

**Science**

C is correct. You can also look at the second Related Question below. I hope this helps! :)

**Science**

True is correct. You can also look at the first and third Related Question below. I hope this helps! :)

**Math**

You're welcome Amy! :) It messed up a bit, but I am glad you could understand it. I actually was meaning to do: x + 4 = 13 ___-4__-4 ____x = 9 And: 9 + 4 = 13 ___13 = 13

**Math**

Here's how: x + 4 = 13 - 4 -4 - (What you do to one side, you must do to the other side.) x = 9 Double-Check: 9 + 4 = 13 13 = 13 I hope this helps! :)

**Language Arts**

Sorry if that didn't sound so great, but that's as good as I could explain it. I tried coming up with better ways, but they didn't work. Well, I guess I have to go since my mom is calling me off. So I guess I will help you another time. So Bye! :)

**Language Arts**

Okay, cool. I was just posting to double-check what other people said including you, Reed, Lucina, and Sandy.

**Language Arts**

Honestly, A seems to be the best answer. If you go to thesaurus .(COM), light is listed as an antonym for ponderous. So, I agree with you, Lucina, and Sandy. I hope this helps! :)

**social studies**

What do you think is the answer?

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

Maddie, sometimes you justhave to be patient with this website and it's tutors. Just like what the website says when you are going to post a question: "Please be patient. All tutors are volunteers, and sometimes a tutor may not be immediately available. Please be ...

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

Cool! Thank you! I will probably look into Sparknotes for translations. At some point, I know I going to need some English translations, so Sparknotes should work.

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

Also, I forgot to ask, are E and F the only answers? Or is there any others that I am going to need to figure out?

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

Thank you Ms. Sue, for your help! :) I'm having to read Shakespeare this semester for school, so it's going to be hard for me to understand some things that deal with his writing.

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

After reading the website a few times, and trying to match the lines up with the "da Dum" pattern, I think E and F are the answers. E seems to have more of the "da DUM" pattern than B, so I think B is out. I also think that F is still one of the answers ...

**Language Arts - Iambic Pentameter**

Please help me with the following: Which lines are written in iambic pentameter? Check all that apply. A. The smoke of my own breath B. And what I assume you shall assume C. I never saw a moor D. Yet certain am I of the spot E. And summer's lease hath all too short a date ...

**MATH**

You're welcome SkatingDJ! :) I had to do these for some of my lessons too, and they were one of the easiest things for me(Especially if you substitute.).

**MATH**

I believe that C is correct. -2 is x, and 6 is y. First equation: y = -3x Substitute -2 for x, and 6 for y. 6 = -3 x -2 6 = 6 So that is correct. Second equation: 3x + 2y = 6 Substitute -2 for x, and 6 for y. (3 x -2) + (2 x 6) = 6 Multiply. -6 + 12 = 6 Add. 6 = 6 That is also...