# Posts by moby

Total # Posts: 156

**Math**

Dick

**Coordinates Help asap?**

thank you!

**Coordinates Help asap?**

Here they are. Are they correct?? A(1,4) -> A'(1,-4) B(3,-2) -> B'(3,2) C(4,1) -> C'(4,-2)

**Coordinates Help asap?**

:(( I just lost my answers now. And didn't paste from my notes. help please????

**Coordinates Help asap?**

Triangle ABC has coordinates A(1, 4); B(3, –2); and C(4, 2). Find the coordinates of the image A'B'C' after a reflection over the x-axis. (3 point) Are these right? If not can you help solve step by step??

**science**

I feel the same way. I keep telling the school this. but the teacher redesigned it this way. It was my favorite class two years agoo. Now I hate science. Connections Academy.

**math 6 probaility**

Can you delete m questions today?

**math 6 probaility**

I am writing what you wrote Damon in my math note book. Thanks.

**math 6 probaility**

Thank I am really trying really hard to understand. I got other ones I haven't posted here. I just ask for the ones I tried over and over again. Thank you.

**math 6 probaility**

Ok sorry. :(

**math 6 probaility**

max flipped a pair of coins 60 times. On 24 occasaions, heads appeared on both coins. How is this outcome different from the expected outcome? It occurred 9 more times than expected. It occurred 4 more times than expected. It occurred 6 fewer times than expected It occurred ...

**math 6 probability**

Ok I get it thanks. Each play he makes 75% of his passes. I don't do enough probability to know it well. It is a small very small quick section at school. And it is rushed through. :( I need your help on others if you don't mind?

**math 6 probability**

Rick plays football. He makes 75% of his passes. He will be attempting two passes. Rick makes the first one. What is the probability that Rick makes the second pass? 25% 75% 100% 50% I think it's %50 ?

**math 6 probability**

Ok so out of 5. And 5 x 225 times it landed on the red section. Thank you! Can you delete this question?

**math 6 probability**

Eric has a spinner that is divided into different colored sections that are the same size and shape. On any spin the theoretical probability of the arrow landing on the red section is 1/5. When Eric spun the arrow x number of times, the arrow landed on the red section 225 ...

**Math 6 solve X**

Can some one delete this question? I don't want some one to cheat off me. Thanks:) If you can. Unless this helps them reading the steps and understanding I am ok with leaving it.

**Math 6 solve X**

I got it!! 200!! I was writing it wrong. Thanks!! I need another help if you can on another.

**Math 6 solve X**

ok I will thank you:))

**Math 6 solve X**

I cam out with too large of a number. 7200 My answer choices are 25 200 540 130

**Math 6 solve X**

Ok I will thank you

**Math 6 meters help**

Thank you!! Damon. I really appreciate you guys being here. I am writing this in my notes. Thank you again.

**Math 6 meters help**

What am I doing wrong? it throws me off when it says, 4 meters longer than it is wide.

**Math 6 meters help**

A fence encloses a rectangular field. The field is 4 meters longer that it is wide. The total length of the fence is 144 meters. What is the area in square meters of the enclosed field? Choices 1,192 1296 1292 1440 I have tried dividing but getting know where. :( Help with ...

**Math 6. Correct?**

Thank you, thank you. I thought I was forgotten :(

**Math 6. Correct?**

The choices are that one or 3 foot tall mail box is represented by an 18 inch tall drawing or the 29.5 foot wide play ground answer

**Math 6. Correct?**

Amy is making scale drawings of different things in her neighborhood. One house she drew is 30 feet wide. Her scale drawing of the house is 5 inches wide. Which of the following uses the same scale Amy used to draw this house? Is this right my answer below? 29.5 foot wide play...

**Math 6 scale math**

119 feet by 63 feet. because I had to get feet to inches right?

**Math 6 scale math**

3.5 feet by 18 feet Is this right?

**Math 6 scale math**

A model of a rail road station has a scale of 1 inch equals 3.5 feet. The dimensions of the model railroad are 34 inches by 18 inches. What are the dimensions of the actual railroad station? 3.5 feet by 18 feet 34 feet by 63 feet 102 feet by 63 feet 119 feet by 63 feet How do ...

**math 6 algebra**

Yeah!!:))))) Thanks guys!

**math 6 algebra**

Ok so will it look like this then? y = 30 + 80 y= 48 + 80 And the answer would be $18?

**math 6 algebra**

Mikayla wrote the equation below to calculate y, the total amount of money in dollars she will have saved after she has been saving for x weeks. y = 6x + 80 How much more money will Mikayla have saved after 8 weeks compared to 5 weeks? $8 $18 $98 $128 How do i do this?

**Math 6 properties label**

yeah:)! thank you

**Math 6 properties label**

43 + (57+69) (43+57)+69 Are these associative,Commutative, Identity, Inverse property of addition? I feel it is Associative Property of addition.

**Math 6 proportion**

Ohh yeah of course because obviously I am not trying to figure out the birds. oops! Thanks!

**Math 6 proportion**

One more quick question? is 62/7 opposite is -62/7 ?

**Math 6 proportion**

In a zoo, 21%of the animals are reptiles, 11% are birds. There are a total of 1,500 animals in the zoo. Which proportion can be solved for r, the number of reptiles in the zoo. Is this the correct proportion that I wrote to solve? 11/21 = r/1,500 I chose. :)

**Math 6 proportion**

oops I mean 11/21 = r/1,500 I chose. :)

**Math 6 proportion**

hi Ms. Sue. It is not to solve but how I am suppose to write out to solve. the choices were; 11/21 = r 1,500 ***** this is the one I chose. 11/100 = r /1,500 21/100 = r/1,500

**Math 6 proportion**

21% reptiles, 11% are birds. There are a total of 1,500 animals in the zoo. Is this the correct proportion that I wrote to solve? 11/21 = r/1,500

**math 6 rule pattern**

oops! You are right it was suppose to be 3 7 sorry and big thanks!

**math 6 rule pattern**

The same rule is used on each of these number column A to get the numbers in Column B. COlumn A B -3 -5 0 1 3 3 6 13 Which could be the rule? Multiply by 2, then add 1 add 1 Subtract 2 Multiply by 3, then add 4 I picked that last one, But I know I am wrong. Help?

**Math 6 gemoetery**

Thanks guys that makes sense now. And especially thank you because you explained it in detail not just giving me the answer so i can really understand. :)) You guys are awesome:) Hope I can ask another question later if needed.

**Math 6 gemoetery**

A business owner wants to have a rectangular parking lot resurfaced. The lot is 93 feet long by 58 feet wide. Basesd on a cost of $2.47 per square foot, the owner incorrectly estimated that it would cost $12,000 to have the lot resurfaced. Which could be used to get an ...

**Math7 Am I right?**

Below are the results of tossing a number cube 8 times. Find the experimental probability of tossing an even number. 3,4,1,2,5,1,6,5 3/8 right?

**math 7Probability help**

Thanks guys!

**math 7Probability help**

Yeah so I was correct Ms. Sue? 1/2 ?

**math 7"MS Sue"**

help ?

**math 7Probability help**

two numbers rolled can be added to get a sum. Find P(sum is even) is it 1/4 ? or 1/2? I think it is 1/4

**Leaf and Plot**

The stem-and-leaf plot shows the heights in centimeters of Teddy Bear sunflowers grown in two different types of soil. Soil A Soil B 5 | 9 5 2 1 1| 6 | 39 510 | 7 | 023678 21| 8 | 3 0| 9

**Math7 help??**

I really need help with it.

**Math7**

The stem-and-leaf plot shows the heights in centimeters of Teddy Bear sunflowers grown in two different types of soil. Soil A Soil B 5 | 9 5 2 1 1| 6 | 39 510 | 7 | 023678 21| 8 | 3 0| 9 Key: 9|6 means 69,Key: 5|8 means 58 a) Describe the overlap of the two sets of data. b) ...

**Math "Ms Sue"**

The stem-and-leaf plot shows the heights in centimeters of Teddy Bear sunflowers grown in two different types of soil. Soil A Soil B 5 | 9 5 2 1 1| 6 | 39 510 | 7 | 023678 21| 8 | 3 0| 9 Key: 9|6 means 69,Key: 5|8 means 58 a) Describe the overlap of the two sets of data. b) ...

**Math**

ok thanks

**Math "Ms Sue"**

Carrie found the mean hourly wage of employees at his company using the data in the table. In a report he stated, " The typical salary at the company is about $23.00 per hour. How is this misleading?

**Data math help 7th**

Yes that does make sense! I was wayyy off. Glad I asked. Thank you Ms. Sue.

**Data math help 7th**

My choices are : 200 450 750 1,000 I calculated, if I am right, 200.

**Data math help 7th**

Jeri asked 40 random students at his school to name their favorite ice cream flavor. Of the 40 students he asked, 25 of them preferred chocolate. Based on Barry's results, how many ff the 1200 students in the school most likely prefer chocolate ice cream?

**Geometery help**

Thank you!That made sense :)

**Geometery help"Steve"**

rectangle

**Geometery help**

Rectangle

**Geometery help**

The vertices are (4,5),(9,10),(9,5) what are the coordinates of the the fourth vertex? (5,10) ?

**Math7**

Thank you!

**Math7**

Which ordered pair is not a solution of y = 4x -9 (-9, 27) (3, -21) (-6, 15)I think this one? (5, -28)

**math**

I found out what I was doing wrong. I was not multiplying 1.06 to the power of 3.5. And that through me off. Wayyyy off.

**math**

I understand, but now that answer isn't one of my choices? $3932.50 $3985.23 $4752.00 $5200.00

**math**

Jose invests $3, 250 at 6% interest compounded annually. What will be the balance in the account after 3.5 years?

**7 th Math**

ok thanks ! I got 50.94 is this right? SO 52 years?

**7 th Math**

50 yrs?

**7 th Math**

Do minus 176-.08 then divide it by 125 or??

**7 th Math**

Can you show me the equation??

**7 th Math**

During exercise, the recommended maximum heart rate in beats per minute is modeled by the formula, M = 176 – 0.8A, where M is the maximum heart rate and A is the person’s age. Solve the formula for A. At what age would you have a recommended maximum heart rate in ...

**integer Math**

It was 7

**integer Math**

hHat is the question exactly on my home work ??

**integer Math**

Estimate the value of integer 52 to the nearest whole number

**Geometery**

If angle MNO is congruent to angle SQR which of the following is true? angle O congruent to angle Q angle M congruent to angle S angle MN (with a line of above it) congruent to ange SR (line above SR also) NO (line above the letters) congruent RS (line above)

**Verb question**

Which of the following sentences does not use smell as a linking verb? The rotten eggs left in the fridge smell horrible. or The chocolate chip cookies baking in the oven smell delicious.

**probability**

red, white brown black - scarves black, brown red - gloves white, red - hats

**probability "Ms Sue"**

Tamara likes to mix and mathc her 4 scarves, 3 pairs of gloves, and 2 hats. The colors are on the table. On Monday, she randomly picks out a scarf, hat and a pair of gloves. What is the probability of Tamara choosing a pair of brown gloves and a red hat ? 1/6 or 1/12 , 2/3 or ...

**math 7**

You roll a number cube 20 times. The number 4 is rolled 8 times.What is the experimental probability of rolling a 4? steps on how to figure this out?

**Math help on profit/loss**

This has been a tough one.

**Math help on profit/loss**

Just said to figure profit and losses. And figure out the median and mean of the losses. What do I do?

**Math help on profit/loss**

That is what I thought Ms. Sue, but all of them in the chart have the income more than the expenses. 1.Identify the mean profit and median profit for the year. 2.Identify the mean loss and median loss for the year. I did #1, but how can I do #2 when there are no losses?? Are ...

**Math help on profit/loss**

Please help? DId I find the amount of profit or loss of each month? I see I only found the loss. Please help. January - Income $40,520 Expenses $35,080 = Profit/Loss $5,440 How do I figure the profit?

**math help**

Ok I I got it it's a closed circle < = 10. Thank you Bob.

**math help**

I think it includes 10. What confused me with their question was it said most 10. So I wrote r less or equal to 10 you think?

**math help**

oh wait just making sure. Open circle? And you put =? I have r < 10 open circle at 10 going left. Is it all right???

**math help**

oh wait just making sure. Open circle? And you put =? I have r , 10 open circle at 10 going left. Is it all right???

**math help**

Yeah I got it right! thanks. I wasn't sure if I understood it or not. I did. Thanks!!

**math help**

How do I write this in inequality? The value of r is at most 10 and would it be an open or closed on the number line? I think open?

**Equation help?**

From midnight to 6:00 am, the temperature rose 8°C. At 6:00 am, the temperature was –20°C. What was the temperature at midnight. I know it's -20-8 = -28 C temp at 12am, but how do I write it an equation?

**Equation HELP Ms Sue?**

Help?

**Equation Ms Sue?**

From midnight to 6:00 am, the temperature rose 8°C. At 6:00 am, the temperature was –20°C. What was the temperature at midnight. I know it's -20-8 = -28 C temp at 12am, but how do I write it an equation?

**History**

ok, so crazy or huge ego's right? Sounds like North Korea person.

**History**

In World War 2 why did the dictors think they could take over Europe and other places??

**Interger confusion**

Awesome! Guess I wasn't confused.Thanks.

**Interger confusion**

What explains how to model -5+ 3 on a number line? Is it start at zero tehn move left five times then right three times to end at -2 ?

**Integer**

Is -32 or -27 greater than -24? I say, -32. Right?

**Math help? right??**

Needs 2 more quarts?? I feel this is right

**Math help?**

I am stuck. Mike's truck engine holds 1 1/4 gallons of oil. If there are 3 quarts of oil in the engine now, how many more quarts of oil does Mike need to add to fill the engine to capacity? Having trouble on do I subtract or?? what do I do