# Posts by oneirocritic

Total # Posts: 21

**algerbra 1**

5 + c = 7 c = 2

**5th Grade Math**

n + p = 16 3n = p 4n = 16; n = 4; p = 12

**basic Math**

also: 4*20 / 5

**Algebra**

@Dr Russ: that could be the answer ;)

**MATH**

The problem is that we don't know Sally's age. All we know is that she is x years old and x equals 12 + x/2. x = 12 + (1/2)x (1/2)x = 12 x = 24

**ALGERA**

as N/E = .25, N = .25 * E -> E = 60,800 as 15,200 = .25 * E as E/A = .40, E = .40 * A -> A = 152,000 as 60,800 = .40 * A as A - D = E, - D = E - A as - D = - 91,200, D = 91,200 -> D/A = 91,200 / 152,000 = .60

**Math**

3.6-7.6 = -4 (-8.3)-11.4 = -19.7

**9th Algebra**

2/5 - 7/8 = 2*8/5*8 - 7*5/8*5 = 16/40 - 35/40 = -19/40

**math**

or maybe not ... my calculator is broken

**math**

x = 0 x = -1 x = -6 ??

**Math**

Your thinking is absolutely right. I made the mistake of counting only 18 ways for 2nd and 3rd (18*6 = 108). Sry.

**Math**

No, it isn't. I think the answer is 108 ... but I'm not exactly sure.

**math**

@DrBob222: I think you mean "(19 + x)/2"

**math**

=> n*1024 = number of bytes]

**ALGEBRA 1**

one more time: 2(x + 1) + 2 = 3x - 4 2x + 2 + 6 = 3x 8 = x

**math**

two lines can be both congruent and parallel ... but most the time this isn't the case "_ |": congruent [I guess] but not parallel "| |" both congruent and parallel

**math**

So he'd have 190 pipe cleaners left.

**Math Pre-Calc.**

just one intersection is possible as well

**French**

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**math 7th grade**

P = 4*a = 76 mm A = a*a = ?? as 76/4 = 19, a = 19 as a = 19, A = 361 -> A = 361 mm²

**math**

Q1: ((-8) - (4 / 9)) / ((9 / 7) + (3 / 8)) = -5.08482676 = k Q2: x = - (b-d)/(a-c)