# Posts by hayley

Total # Posts: 263

**Statistics **

Can someone please explain this to be, so that I can understand this problem? Select three different five-card combinations or five-card hands from your favorite card game that utilizes a standard 52-card deck containing four suits (clubs, hearts, diamonds, and spades), with ...

**English/history**

the speech she gave to the troops at tilbury

**English/history**

the Spanish Armada/queen Elizabeth I speech

**English/history**

-what role/impact/issues did it have on society in Spain and England ? -any connections with US history? -what occurred during that time? -what was her goal/purpose/intentions from the speech?

**english**

how the Spanish armada shaped society

**english**

what issues shaped society from the Spanish armada? queen Elizabeth I speech? any connections?

**french**

who is Georges Diderot from the novel Birth of a Bridge (Naissance d'un pont) there's a reference to him in my textbook that I dont understand and I can't seem to find out who he is.

**math question**

No this was the exact question in my textbook

**math question**

The area of an equilateral triangle is decreased to 9/16 of its original amount. How does its new area compare to its original area?

**Psychology**

I ment to put b implicit not a

**Psychology**

Is it A

**Math**

Allis drives 15 miles faster than diana. In the same time Diana travels 440 miles, Allie goes 560 miles. Find their speeds

**Chemistry**

Calculate the pH of a solution made by mixing 60.0 ml of 0.80 M N2H4 (a weak base) with 50.0 ml of 0.50 M HCl. (Kb for N2H4=1.7 x 10^-6) Can I use the Henderson Hasselbach equation here?

**SAT MATH**

In the xy-plane, line m passes through the origin and is perpendicular to the line 8x-3y=n, where n is a constant. If the two lines intersect at the point (r, r-2), what is the value of r?

**Math (SAT)**

The function f is defined by f(x)=2x^3-x^2+kx-6, where k is a constant. In the xy-plane, the graph of f intersects the x-axis at the three points (3,0), (-1/2,0), and (q,0). What is the value of k?

**Statistics**

A youth group has 7 boys and 5 girls. Experiment is select 5 people at random from the group. Let X be the number of boys in the selected 5 people. (a) Find the probability of exactly 1 boy, i.e., P([X = 1]). (b) Find the probability of exactly 2 boy, i.e., P([X = 2]). (c) ...

**Statistics**

Before a DVD player leaves the factory, it is given a quality-control check. The probability that a DVD player contains 0, 1, or 2 defectives are 0.90, 0.08, and 0.02, respectively. In a sample of 10 players, (a) Find the probability that 6 have 0 defects, 3 have 1 defect, ...

**Statistics**

Suppose that the probability that an item produced by a certain machine will be defective is 0.2. A sample of 12 items is chosen. Let X be the number of defectives among the selected 12 items. (a) Find the probability of at most 1 defective item. (b) Find the probability of at...

**Math**

What is 3÷3/4

**Chemistry**

I need help with this systhesis problem 1-propyne ----> 1.) 1 equivalent of NaNH2 2.)CH3CH2Br 3.) H2 Lindlar Catalyst 4.) HCl 5.)NaN3

**Orgo**

Draw a formula for the lowest molecular weight compound that contains C, H, and possibly O, N or S, is a chiral compound, contains ONLY one functional group, and is a chloroalkane.

**chemistry**

Draw the structures of the three primary (1°) amines with molecular formula C5H13N that contain five carbon atoms in a continuous chain.

**Chemistry**

Draw the structures of the three primary (1°) amines with molecular formula C5H13N that contain five carbon atoms in a continuous chain.

**chemistry**

What are the correct IUPAC names for triisopropylmethane and 2,2-dimethylcyclopentane?

**Chemistry**

What are the correct IUPAC names for triisopropylmethane and 2,2-dimethylcyclopentane?

**Honors Biology**

Elizabeth is married to John, and they have four children. Elizabeth has a straight nose (recessive) and is able to roll her tongue (dominant). John is also able to roll his tongue, but he has a convex (Roman) nose (dominant). Of their four children, Ellen is just like her ...

**Genetics/Bio**

In need of help for these two questions. Thank you in advance! Restriction Enzyme A has the recognition sequence 5′- CTGCAG -3′. Restriction Enzyme B has the recognition sequence 5′- GCGC -3′. Based on this information, you can infer that: A. Enzyme A ...

**Genetics/Bio**

In need of help for these two questions. Thank you in advance! Restriction Enzyme A has the recognition sequence 5′- CTGCAG -3′. Restriction Enzyme B has the recognition sequence 5′- GCGC -3′. Based on this information, you can infer that: A. Enzyme A ...

**Genetics/Bio**

RNA interference can repress proteins by all of the following mechanisms EXCEPT: a. promoting histone acetylation. b. promoting histone methylation. c. promoting mRNA degradation. d. blocking translation. The following are all examples of a histone modification EXCEPT: a. ...

**Algebra**

Sabrinia is building a rectangular raised flower bed. The boards on the two shorter sides are 6 inches thick, and the boards on the two longer sides are 4 inches thick. Sabrina wants the outer length of her bed to be 4 times its height and the outer width to be 2 times its ...

**Algebra 2**

To Find The Multiplier: 60•xˆ5=45 (Sixty multiplied by X to the Fifth power equals Forty-Five) xˆ5=45/60 (X to the Fifth power equals Forty-five over sixty) x=5?45/60 (X equals the Fifth root of Forty-five over sixty) x=0.944

**Genetics/Bio**

Thank you for the help and explanations, Sam! Very much appreciated.

**Genetics/Bio**

Having a hard time with these two questions. Processing of ribosomal RNA (rRNA) includes all of the following EXCEPT: 1. snoRNA-dependent trimming. 2. snoRNA-dependent nucleotide modification. 3. snoRNA-dependent splicing. 4. snoRNA-dependent cleavage. tRNA molecules: 1. are ...

**chemistry**

a balloon filled with helium gas occupies 2.50 L at 25C and 1.00 atm. When released, it rises to an altitude where the temperature is 20C and the pressure is only 0.30 atm. Calculate the new volume of the balloon.

**physical science**

= (0.310)(8)(9.8*1.5)

**English**

Write a sentence using the words incessant and brief. This is my last one and I'm having trouble. Does this one sound okay? I prefer the brief disturbance of thunder to the incessant dripping of our kitchen sink.

**English**

1. Write sentence using obscured and revealed. 2. Sentence using compulsory and optional. 1. Heavy brush had totally obscured the entrance until someone cut away the branches and the entrance was revealed. 2. If your child hasn't met the compulsory vaccination requirements...

**English**

1. Which word is antonym of incessant? failing, brief or filthy brief

**English**

Yes I"m suppose to use each pair of words in a sentence.

**English**

What is an example of a sentence using the following pair of antonyms. 1, deficiency and surplus 2. replenished and emptied 3. alleviate and increase

**physics**

A 130 cm length of string has a mass of 3.94 g. It is stretched with a tension of 8.60 N between fixed supports. What is the wave speed for this string?

**Chemistry**

Last question I'm having trouble with. Predict the oxidation # for astatine. Why?

**Chemistry**

What is the difference in a polyatomic ion that has its name end in (-ate) as compared to one with the same central element that ends in (-ite)

**Chemistry**

Why is it hard to use the periodic table to predict the oxidation #'s of the transition elements?

**chemistry**

sodium hydroxide and carbonic acid net ionic equation

**chemistry**

potassium hydroxide and perchloric acid net ionic question

**Math**

an object is thrown upward from a height of 70 feet. t second after it is released, the object is h=-16t^2+40t+70 feet above the ground. how many seconds does it take until the object hits the ground?

**Math Help**

The answer would be B. To find perimeter of a square, the formula is P=4s. p= perimeter. 4= the four sides of the square. and S= side. which in this case it would be P=4*7

**Physics**

A ball rolls without slipping down the track as shown in the figure below, starting from rest at a height h1 = 27 m as shown. The ball is traveling horizontally when it leaves the bottom of the track, which has a height h2 = 8.0 m.

**Physics**

A bush baby, an African primate, is capable of leaping vertically to the remarkable height of 2.3 m. To jump this high, the bush baby accelerates over a distance of 0.14m while extending the legs. The acceleration during the jump is approximately constant. 1)What is the ...

**physics**

If a compressive force of 3.2×104N is exerted on the end of a 16cm long bone of cross-sectional area 4.4cm2 , by how much does it shorten? Use Ebone=1.5×1010N/m2, tensile strength of bone = 1.3×108N/m2.

**English**

The opposite meaning of Incongruity. A. Symmetry B. Arrest c. Opponent D. Abundance A

**Math**

Okay thank you for the suggestions

**Math**

Someone please help me figure this problem Given: Triangles ABC and BCD are isosceles, m∠BDC = 30°, and m∠ABD = 155°. Find m∠ABC, m∠BAC, and m∠DBC.

**Language**

1. Conservative:Liberal:: A. quiet:unemotional B. loved:trusted c. special:ordinary d. frozen:unchanging 2. Extend:Offer:: A. adapt:change B. light:close C. walk:run D. disrupt:dismay Choose pair of words that has a similar relationship to first pair of words. 1.c 2. d

**please help me!! with this science!!!!!**

4 is actually b

**Early Childhood Education**

Thank you so much Ms. Sue!

**Early Childhood Education**

so would the second one be A? and the 3 one B?

**Early Childhood Education**

Karen asked, "Where does rain come from?" The best response for her teacher is: A. "The clouds." B. "I don't really know, Karen." C. "How could we find out where rain comes from?" D. "That's really hard to understand, Karen...

**Blankinship**

How does the speaker in Marlowe's poem compare to the speaker in Raleigh's poem? A. Marlowe's speaker is more disenchanted B. Marlowe's speaker is more impulsive C. Marlowe's speaker is more ironic I think the answer is A.

**English**

disinterest discontent disavowal

**English**

1. The teacher's ____ made her an ideal judge at the tryouts. disinterest,dissent,disavowal,disagreement 2. My ___ with the class was due to the poor grade I received. disrespect, disavowal, discontent, disbelief 3. I sense your ___ with the project, but things will ...

**English**

Mark or cut slightly _ _ _ atch Large irregular spot or stain _ _ otch

**Math**

How would you solve for these word problems in one variable applications? 1.The maximum speed is allowed on main street is 25 miles per hour. 2. applicants must have at least 5 years of experience. 3 Ten less than a number,x, is greater than 32.

**chemistry**

a student burns a peanut in a calorimeter. she places 10 ml of water in a test tube. she weighs a peanut before and after burning it. It weighs 3 grams before and 1 gram after burning. She determines that the temperature was at 20 degrees C before and 70 degrees C afterwards. ...

**Math**

The area of a rectangle is 128 square feet. Its height is twice its base. Find the length of the height and the length of the base.

**English**

1 The lack of a ___ system of measurement is an international problem. scanty, uniform, transient, instantaneous 2. Almost ____ communication kept the President up-to-the-minute with events at the conference. exponential, transient, instantaneous, nostalgic 1. uniform 2....

**English**

Which word has the most nearly opposite meaning of capitalized word? 1.FRACTION eon, portion, whole, moment 2. STATIC temporary, nostalgic, changeable, gradual 3. LINEAR straight, narrow, bright, crooked 4. HINDER progress, cripple, help, obstruct 5. QUANTITATIVE huge, abrupt...

**English**

1. THE _____ OF THE VARIOUS GROUPS IN THE CITY HELPED TO BUILD THE NEW PARK. A. COMPROMISE B. CONCOCTION C. CONTEXT D. COALITION 2. CONTEMPORARY:MODERN: A. EARLY:LATE B. CALM:RELAXED C. SMOOTH:ROUGH D. NEW:OLD 3. COMPLACENT:WORRIED: A. TIRED:OVERWORKED B. ABOVE:OVER C. CLOUDY:...

**english**

1. CONGRUENCE:DIFFERENCE: a. walk:stroll b. build:destroy c. talk:speak d. eat:consume 2. CONCOCTION:INGREDIENT a. oil:water b. car:boat c. molecule:atom d. soup:sandwich 3. CONCURRENT:SIMULTANEOUS a. shut:closed b. pretty:talented c. easy:difficult d. fast:slow 1.B 2.C 3.A

**Chemistry**

Sorry to post again but I'm really stuck on this one! I'm doing some post lab questions and I'm stuck on one. In lab we performed Tollens test, Fehlings test, and Jones Oxidation to differentiate our unknown between an aldehyde or a ketone. The question I'm ...

**Chemistry**

I'm doing some post lab questions and I'm stuck on one. In lab we performed Tollens test, Fehlings test, and Jones Oxidation to differentiate our unknown between an aldehyde or a ketone. The question I'm stuck on is " older bottles of benzaldehyde are often ...

**Chemistry**

We completed a lab and the conclusion write up asks us to describe the purity of the product. What are some things that determine the purity of the product?

**chemistry**

Calculate Kp at 298 K and 490 K for the reaction NO(g) + 1/2 O2(g) = NO2(g) assuming that Delta H(g) is constant over the interval 298 K - 600 K. Do you expect Kp to increase or decrease as the temperature is increased to 600 K?

**Chemistry**

Stuck on this because I haven't done chemistry in a while. Can someone guide me through it or help me out? Balance the reduction-oxidation chemical equation in base: MnO4- + HSO3- -> MnO2 + SO4^ 2-

**maths**

A cannon is placed on a hillside pointing up the hill, where the hill is at an angle a Pi/4 to the horizontal. The cannon points at an angle Pi/6 to the slope. and a shot is red uphill with initial speed v0. (i) Find the maximum value of the distance between the ...

**English**

It's suppose to be never. Sorry I guess we all make typo errors.

**English**

1. The distance to the finish line seemed (endless). 2. I have ever ran so (fast). 3. Eli ran a surprisingly (fast) time in the trial. 4. He walked (confidently) to the starting blocks. 5. Is the high jump the first (field) event? 6. We looked (exhausted), but we felt great! ...

**English**

1. I (hurridely) dressed in my uniform. 2. The runner beside me looked (serious). 3. The crowd cheered (enthusiastically) for all the runners. 4. Our team is so (excited) about the 400-meter relay. 5. Pedro jumped (easily) and cleared the bar. 6. Coach Williams (proudly) ...

**Language**

Are these correct now?

**Language**

1. adverb 2. adj 3. adv 4. adv 5. adj 6. adj

**Language**

3. adverb

**Language**

No I'm not guessing...I just get confused on these.

**Language**

2. adv 5. adj 6. adv

**Language**

5. adv 6. adv

**Language**

1. The distance to the finish line seemed (endless). 2. I have ever ran so (fast). 3. Eli ran a surprisingly (fast) time in the trial. 4. He walked (confidently) to the starting blocks. 5. Is the high jump the first (field) event? 6. We looked (exhausted), but we felt great! ...

**Language**

1. adj 6. adv 7. adj

**Language**

1. We arrived (late) for the track meet. 2. The locker room smelled (musty). 3. Will the first event begin (soon)? 4. The (anxious) participants filled the bleachers. 5. Can you line up (quickly)? 6. I can't believe I finished (first)! 7. Is the high jump the fist (field) ...

**Statistics**

A bag contains two blue, three purple, four yellow, two red, three green and one orange marbles.p> What is the conditional probability that, without replacement, the second marble is purple given that the first marble is green?

**math**

Thanks!!!

**social studies**

1. Did Benedict Arnold help the Americans or British when fighting for Independence? 2. Did Jorge Farragut help the Americans or British? 1. Both 2. Americans

**physics**

average speed is 10.3kmh 15km/h for ten hours is 150km 20km/h for 6 hours is 120km 10km/h for 5 hours is 50km 10hrs at rest 150+120+50=320km in 31hrs Speed average=total distance travelled/time taken 320/31= Average speed of the ship is 10.3km/h currently trying to work out ...

**physics**

This is what i did but i totally could of got it so wrong. this assignment is way harder then i thought it would be :) Landing craft mass=12000kg d=160m above moon surface Vi=15m/s g on earth=9.81m/s g on moon g/6 g on moon=1.635m/s Vf=0m/s Needed thrust=?? Assuming the crafts...

**Physics review**

In this example, sound waves are created in a tube. The tube is partially filled with water and the level of water is adjusted in the tube until there is a standing wave. Draw the lowest frequency standing wave for the two water levels in the drawing. The drawing has two tubes...

**Physics**

Two cars have identical horns, each emitting a frequency of f= 395 hz. One of the cars is moving with a speed of 12 m/s toward a bystander waiting at a corner, and the other car is parked. The speed of sound is 343 m/s. what is the beat frequency heard by the bystander?

**Physics review**

Add the accel+radius+ mass? I was a little unclear I need the moment of inertia for each individual object. Does what you said still apply?

**Physics review**

So I've already found/ was given the radius, hanging mass, and acceleration for three objects but I need to find the moment of inertia using all those three. What equation do I use or how do I incorporate all of them to find the moment of inertia?

**Physics**

Should the 1.4 that you used be 1.1?

**Physics**

Why does it have to be zero?

**Physics**

Sorry for the typos. It should say, "of length"