# Posts by bunny

Total # Posts: 38

**Algebra 1B**

solve #27 page 669 (4a^2-6+3a)/(7+4a) my answer is 4a^2+3a*6 over 4a+7 but I need to use long division please help

**Algebra 1 B Unit 6: Rational Expressions and Func**

1. Solve. (-18x^3+17x+6)/(3x+2) A. -6x^2+4x+3 B. 6x^2+4x-3 C. -6x^2+4x-3 Dx^2-4x+3

**MATH HELP ASAP**

1.C 2.C 3.A 4.A 5.B 6.D These are 100% correct I would never post incorrect answers. Good Luck!

**Social Studies (please check Ms. Sue)**

1.A 2.C 3.D 4.D These are 100% correct!!

**Social Studies**

CherriesAreGood is correct! 1.B 2.D 3.C 4.B

**Math**

Hello, I'm Bunny and I'm not sure about my answers to these questions. 1. Which angles are adjacent angles? My answer to this was C. <XBG & <FBC A. <GBM & <FBC B. <CBX & <FBC C. <XBG & <FBC D. <MBY & <FBC I searched up what adjacent angles...

**Equations and Inequalities Unit Test**

yes could someone please quick post the answers to Lesson 10: Quadratic Functions and Equations Unit Test CE 2015 Algebra 1 B Unit 4: Quadratic Functions and Equations

**English help please**

1.C 2.C 3.B 4.Not giving up 5.Higly respected 6.Graceful 7.Depressing 8.Threatening 9.B 10.A 11.D 12.A 13.A 14.B 15.C 16.A 17.D 18.B 19.A 20.Essay question

**Language Arts**

The answer is A

**White Collar Crime**

the answer is actually in ur book. as i myself is doing the same essay at the moment. the three major costs: physical/environmental cost, economic/financial cost, and social cost.

**physics**

You actually would take √(2gh) and put in √(2)(9.8)(4.4-1.7) and get about 7.27. The speed of the boxes is the same because you don't need mass! :D And good job on getting the ratio! I had a hard time figuring out that you just divided the masses.

**Social Studies**

1.A 2.C 3.C 4.B These are 100% correct! Trust me!

**algebera**

the answers to Unit 2 Lesson 3: 3-D Figures and Nets are: 1.B 2.A 3.A 4.A 5.B These are 100% right I would NEVER give wrong answers, because were all here for the same reason, Good Luck!!

**Math**

1.B- 644 in 2.C- about 302m 3.B- 2,413 ft 4.D- 904 yd 5.A- 184 cm 100% right, i will NEVER post incorrect answers Good Luck!!

**math**

72 pieces of toy train track

**algebra1**

Has got any answers?

**algebra**

An advertising agency conducted a survey and found that the number of units sold, N, is related to the amount a spent on advertising (in dollars) by the following formula: N = 3,500 + 200 ln a (a ≥ 1) How many units are sold after spending $1,000? (Round your answer to ...

**math**

trish bought 3,000 shares of stock for 59 dollars per share six months laters she sold 3,000 shares for 75 dollars per share if the commission 975 how much did she profit

**math**

Greg and Verena both work for the Spelling Company. Greg earns $18.60 per hour as an assembler, and Verena earns $12.20 per hour as a technician. Last week Greg worked es031-1.jpg hours and Verena worked es031-2.jpg hours. What was their combined earnings for the week?

**math**

The wholesale cost of a video game is $459.45. The original markup was 51% based on selling price. Find the final sale price after the following series of price changes: a markup of 24%, a markup of 17%, and a markdown of 10%.

**math**

The wholesale cost of a video game is $459.45. The original markup was 51% based on selling price. Find the final sale price after the following series of price changes: a markup of 24%, a markup of 17%, and a markdown of 10%.

**math**

Thanks a lot, Kat! NOT! Kat is wrong. If you're an eighth grader in CA then the RIGHT answers are: 1. B 2. A 3. C 4. D 5. B 6. D 7. C 8. A 9. A 10. C 11. Translate the figure 2 units to the right, 6 units up

**English**

Thank You!

**English**

5. Which of the following sentences from the article is an example of hyperbole? (1 point) A.They had proved something amazing: Ivory-billed woodpeckers still graced the planet. B. According to experts, they need large areas of old-growth forest, ...

**Algebra**

For SC Connections students as of 4/6/17 the answers are 1.C 2.B 3.C 4.C 5.D I will NEVER give incorrect answers these were all right for me. Good Luck!

**statistics**

The average electric bill in a residential area is $72 for the month of May. The standard deviation is $6. If the amounts of electric bills are normally distributed, find the probability that the mean of the bill for 15 residents will be less thatn $75

**Chemistry**

I tried it myself but I'm not sure it is the right steps...please check 1st - I used 0.050 mol/1 L x .012 L to get .00060 mol Cl2 2nd - To get the Ca(OCl)2 grams I used the 1:2 ratio and figured that there is .00030 mol Ca(OCl)2. I multiplied it with 142.98 g molar mass ...

**Chemistry**

Ca(OCl)2 + 2NaCl + 2H2SO4 <=> 2Cl2 + CaSO4 + NaSO4 + 2H2O [We have to prepare 12 ml of 0.050 M Cl2 (Chlorine water) ] [We are given "solid Ca(OCl)2" , "0.20 M NaCl" and "0.50 M H2SO4" and "D-I water"] What is the required quantity ...

**Physics**

What type of spectrum is produced by a hydrogen gas when a high potential difference is applied to it? a visible spectrum emission spectrum absorption spectrum a continuous spectrum I've been all through my notes and cant figure this one out :/

**algebra/trig help please**

is this graphable??? y=x^2-4x-2

**pronouns**

I have the same question

**Physics**

Could a simple machine such as a lever, a pulley system or a hydraulic jack be considered a heat engine? Explain your answer. I feel that its the hydraulic jack because if friction is created, heat is also created. I'm not sure though.

**Physics**

You could also make an equation with the 3.8(10^7). You take that minus the newtons multiplied by the meters.

**physics**

For c, you find the average of 199 and 263, then you multiply it by 14.2! Hope that helps!

**physics**

First you multiply 199 with 14.2 to get a. Then you multiply 263 with 14.2 to get b. I haven't figured out c yet but i'll let you know!

**economics 503**

a bowed production possibilities curve PPC indicates, a. trade off between the 2 goods is not constant b. inefficient production c. only 1 good is always being produced d. changing technology. which one?????

**physics**

Thanks

**physics**

Could someone tell me if this is right? The voltage across a 10-ohm resistor carrying 3 amps must be E=I*R == E=3*10= 30 volts