# Posts by ryan

Total # Posts: 1,348

**Geometry**

The midpoint of PQ is M=2,?1 One endpoint is P=7,6. Find the coordinates of the other endpoint, Q.

**english**

Which of the following is important for an introduction in formal or academic writing? Entertaining the audience Establishing the key point the piece of writing will make Discussing your opinion on the topic for at least three sentences Providing all of the references that ...

**english**

True or False: the following sentence demonstrates parallelism: Cameron is an actor, a writer, and former model. true

**english**

Identify the subject, object, and verb in this sentence: Paralegals need strong ethics. need is verb paralegals is subject strong is object am i right

**english**

A writer creates unity when topic sentences in an essay each relate to a main idea from an introduction or thesis statement. i pick true

**English**

A thesis statement clarifies the main point an essay will make. I say true

**Sociology**

Well this website is stupid then

**Sociology**

I want the questions answered by someone that knows the subject

**Sociology **

Analyze the functions of the family by addressing the ideal family structure as it compares to real family structures. In essence, compare the ideal and real culture of the American family.

**Sociology **

Do you feel there are there systemic consequences in our society from the polarizing of our genders? Explain your point of view and offer examples for support.

**Sociology**

I dont understand

**english**

i pick (d)

**english**

no i am not

**english**

Question 1 Of the choices below, which sentence demonstrates parallelism? a. Sydney slept late on Saturday. b. Clint made a cake for dessert and had milk with it. c. To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic American novel about a young girl's journey to understanding society ...

**english**

i am working on it, it is hard.

**english**

but i do not know how to re write it correctly i have tried many times

**english**

i cant figure this out please help me

**english**

PART TWO: Revise the paragraph below based on the errors you found above. "Whenever I’m getting reading to eat my cat is always at my feet at the stove I am always tripping over him and swearing at him nevertheless he is such a funny creature how many cats can eat ...

**english**

great thank you i will get started on this can i re upload when i am done for you to over look.

**english**

I found misspelled words and different punctuation errors. but I do not know how to go about actually showing what is wrong can you please help me

**english**

PART ONE: Read the paragraph and identify the spelling and grammar errors. "Whenever I’m getting reading to eat my cat is always at my feet at the stove I am always tripping over him and swearing at him nevertheless he is such a funny creature how many cats can eat ...

**Math**

$349,119.27

**Pre-Calculus 12**

what do I do next?

**Pre-Calculus 12**

How do I solve the following question: sin(5x)cos(3x) - cos(5x)sin(3x) = 1 So far I got this: sin (8x) = 1 Please help

**Physics**

The spring of a spring gun is compressed a distance (d) of 3.2 cm from its relaxed state, and a ball of mass m = 12 g is put in the barrel. With what speed will the ball leave the barrel once the gun is fired? The spring constant is 7.5 N/cm. Assume no friction and a ...

**Physics**

Two metal sphere, suspended by vertical cords, initially touch. Sphere 1, with mass 30 g is pulled to the left to a height 8.0 cm and then released. After swinging down, it undergoes and elastic collision with sphere 2 whose mass is 75 g. a) What is the velocity of the sphere ...

**physics**

Two skaters collide an embrace, in a completely inelastic collision. That is, they stick together after impact. The origin is placed at the point of collision. Alfred, whose mass is 83 kg, is originally moving east with speed 6.2 km/h. Barbara, whose mass is 55 kg, is ...

**English**

Does does analogy make sense? being is a good student is similar to a multilayered cake. There are several different factors or ingredients that effect the final outcome.

**English**

could u help me finish this sentence please. Enjoying to learn creates an atmosphere where students..

**English**

a good student requires three essential characteristics; they must have a positive attitude towards learning, are willing to make mistakes, and possess good work habits. I would like a couple paragraph idea starters

**Spanish**

In this unit, you learned about several states that border Mexico. Write a short paragraph that describes at least two similarities and two differences between those states

**Calculus**

I really don't get this question :( What is 2+2? a. 3 b. 7 c. 4 d. -4 I really need help!!!

**ALGEBRA**

A rectangular room is 1.2 times as long as it is wide, and its perimeter is 25 meters. Find the dimension of the room rounded to the nearest tenth. The length is: The Width is:

**Precal 12**

What is the value of k in the function f(x) = (2-k)/(5x+k) if its graph passes through the point (3, -2/19) A. -19/2 B. 4 C. -10 D. No such k exists I think its D, but I am not sure. Please help quickly.

**Pre-Calculus 12**

Thanks

**Pre-Calculus 12**

how to solve 3^(x-2) = 5^x

**Precal12**

Thanks!!

**Precal12**

If (n+1)C(n-1) = 28, find the value of n C stands for Combinations

**precalc 12**

Imagine that you have ten small light bulbs, of which three are burned out a) in how many ways can you randomly select 4 of the light bulb b) in how many ways can you select two good light bulbs and two burned out light bulbs? Hel needed Urgently

**Social Studies**

Uh... some of those links you posted are really sketchy, Ms. Sue. There is one about cross dressing and drag queen lifestyle. I can't write a class paper on that kind of stuff!

**Social Studies**

I know how to use Google. That is not helpful. Who was our first Transgender president?

**Social Studies**

I need to write a paper on a transgender role model. It can be someone in the field of art, science, math, or business leadership. Any suggestions?

**Physics 11**

I cannot paste the link to the image.

**Physics 11**

The diagram shows a collision between a 4.0 kg toy car and a stationary 8.0 kg toy truck. After the collision, the car bounces back at 1.0 m/s while the truck goes forward at 2.0 m/s. Based on these values, are momentum and kinetic energy conserved? Image at bottom of the page...

**Physics 11**

A 15 kg block is sitting on a level surface. The coefficient of friction between the block and the surface is 0.32. A horizontal force of 25 N is then applied to the block. What is the acceleration of the block while the horizontal force is being applied?

**Physics 11**

A 15 kg block i

**Physics 11**

Thanks

**Physics 11**

A 4.00 kg block is accelerated along a level surface at 3.00 m/s^2. The applied force is 20.0 N. What is the coefficient of friction between the block and the surface?

**Physics !! Help Needed UrGeNtLy!!**

A toddler applies a 25.0 N force to a chair over a distance of 2.5 m, the chair is being pushed across a smooth floor against a force of friction (10.0 N resistance). How much work is being done?

**Chemistry**

10*=? There is not enough information for me to solve, but you can use this formula to solve. mass(1.00x10*kg) / molar mass of (NH4)2SO4 x molar mass of NH3

**Grade 12 Trigonometry**

a) cos(a)cos(b) + sin(a)sin(b) find sin ratio: use pythagorus (5^2) - (-3^2) = #. Sin = y/r = #/r. then solve a)

**Physics**

The answer says 62 J not 25

**Physics**

A toddler applies a 25.0 N force to a chair over a distance of 2.5 m, the chair is being pushed across a smooth floor against a force of friction (10.0 N resistance). How much work is being done?

**Math **

A van leaves town x at 6:45am and travels towards town y ,400km away at an average speed of 80km/hr.At 8:00am a truck left y for x at an average speed of 60 km/hr.at what time will the two meet.

**Pre-Calculus 12**

Are there specific steps to graphing this equation or do you just plot points?

**Pre-Calculus 12**

I am refering to the question posted on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 8:26pm. "how to graph y= (x^2-3x-10)/(x-2)" This is the reply I got: Pre-Calculus 12 - Damon, Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 9:21pm (x-5)(x+2)/(x-2) well we know it is 0 at x = 5 and at x = -2 and we know it ...

**Pre-Calculus 12**

I don't understand what you mean "it is 0 at x=5 and at x=-2"?

**Pre-Calculus 12**

how to graph y= (x^2-3x-10)/(x-2)

**Math**

Use the FOIL method Farthest: Multiply the 3b variables together. Outside: Multiply the outside 2 variables together. Inside: Multiply the inside 2 variables together. Left: Multiply the 2 variables on the left side toghether.

**Pre-Calculus 12**

Write the following expression as a single logarithm: 4 log 3 + 2

**algebra 1 **

find the sum: (-5) + (-5) + (+7) + (-2) please help its due tomorrow thanks

**algebra 1 **

tom has read 3/8 of the 480 pages in the book. how many pages are left to read? what is the ratio of pages read to pages not yet read? please help! due tomorrow

**algebra 1 **

how far will a migrating duck fly in 7 hours at the speed of 21 mph?

**algebra 1 **

the ratio of right handed to left handed students in the school was 3 to 14. if the total number in both categories was 714 how many right handed students were in the school? please help its due tomorrow! i totally forgot about the extra homework my teacher assigned.

**Chemistry**

Perpare 500ml of 1M HCl solution from a bottle of concentrated 37%(W/W) HCL stock with a density of 1.19g/ml. 37%= 37/100 x 100 therefore mass is 37g molarity = mol/vol 1= mol/0.5 mol=0.5 mass of Hcl needed = molxmr mass = 0.5 x 36.5 mass = 18.25g

**Physics**

What happens to a current-carrying wire that is located in a magnetic field? Does the orientation (angle) of the wire make a difference? Explain.

**Physics**

A wasp accumulates 1.0x10^-14C of charge while flying perpendicular to the earth's magnetic field of 4.0X10^-5T. How fast is the wasp flying if the magnetic force acting on it is 3.0x 10^-16N?

**Physics**

Evelyn wears glasses whose wire frames are shaped like to circles, each with an area of 8.0x10^-4 m^2. The horizontal component of the earths' magnetic field in Evelyn's hometown is 3.9x10^-5 T. If Evelyn turns her head back and forth, rotating it through 90degrees ...

**Math**

Ok 8 -8 and 4 - 8 then 4x = -4 Ok The answer is C thank you for the help!!

**Math**

That is not a answer choice though

**Math**

I need help solving the problem not the answer. (Multiple Choice) The steps below show the incomplete solution to find the value of x for the equation 7x + 8 ? 3x = ?6 + 10: Step 1: 7x + 8 ? 3x = ?6 + 10 Step 2: 7x + 8 ? 3x = 4 Step 3: 4x + 8 = 4 Which of these is most likely ...

**Math**

Just stop it Anonymous. The answer is 93939328247593821

**Mathematics**

The eighth term of an arithmetic series is twice the third term. The sum of the first eight terms are 39.Calculate the first term. Please help i've been stuck for hours on this question

**Maths**

The eighth term of an arithmetic series is twice the third term. The sum of the first eight terms are 39.Calculate the first term. Please help

**physics**

i got it bob thanks lol should be 490J!!

**physics**

122.5J ? when your saying work is equal to the PE gained. does that mean its 490j??

**physics**

so would it look like this 490= f x 2.0 245J ??

**physics**

a box with a mass of 25kg is lifted (without acceleration) through a height of 2.0m, in order to place it upon the shelf of a closet. The value of acceleration due to gravity g= 9.8ms^2 How much work is required to lift the box to this position? i figured out the potential ...

**english **

What are (desire lines) according to tim cresswell place?

**Vectors**

Write a second symmetric equation for the following line, given the point on the line A(0, 5, -1/2) (x-2)/4= (y-4)/-2 = z Would it not be x/4 = (x-5)/-2 = z+1/2

**Math**

How long will it take to fill 6 similar tanks completely with water? Give your answer in hours and minutes

**Trig**

It looks like a communication question

**Trig**

Let n be a fixed positive integer. Describe all solutions of sin(n theta) = 1/2 I know that the solutions would be (?/6)/n+(2?x)/n and (5?/6)/n+(2?x)/n ? How do I 'describe'

**Math**

Parallelogram ABCD is inscribed in a circle. Then, the measure of angle A must be 90?

**Math**

Julie has 8 more than three times as many quarters as dimes. The total value of the coins is $12.20. How many of each kind of coin does she have?

**Social Studies**

Dang if i knew this i would give u the anwsers

**math**

what is the strategy of 12 were bought by Logan 1/3 was choc.chip 1/3 was sugar 1/3 was peanut butter how many of each kind of cookie did logan buy

**math**

Alex Hurry Guys what strategy was used

**MATH**

Logan bought 12 cookies 1/3 was choc chip 1/3 was sugar and 1/3 was peanut butter How many of each kind of cookie did Logan buy

**Algebra**

The difference between 5 times a number and 20 equals the sum of the number and 40. Find the number

**Stoichiometry**

Suppose you wanted to add just enough 0.40M calcium chloride solution to 75.0mL of 0.60M of sodium carbonate solution for all of the sodium carbonate and calcium chloride to react. B) what mass of calcium carbonate would be produced (assuming a 100% yield)

**Stoichiometry**

B) what mass of calcium carbonate would be produced assuming a 100% yield?

**Stoichiometry**

Thanks

**Stoichiometry**

Suppose you wanted to add just enough 0.40M calcium chloride solution to 75.0mL of 0.60M of sodium carbonate solution for all of the sodium carbonate and calcium chloride to react. a) What volume of 0.40M calcium chloride solution would be required?

**Algebra 1 A**

$0.20x + $2.30y - $1.00z < $100

**Stoichiometry**

How do I find theoretical amount that should have formed or CaCl2?

**Stoichiometry**

It would be CaCl2

**Stoichiometry**

Which one is the limiting reactant if 0.0453 moles of sodium carbonate was used and 0.0216 moles of calcium choloride was used? Balanced Eq. Na2CO3 + CaCl2 = CaCO3 + 2NaCl

**Chemistry**

Carbohydrates (such as C6H12O6) undergo combustion with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. Living things use this reaction (a process called respiration) to produce energy. Determine the mass of carbohydrates consumed for every 0.300 mol of oxygen gas consumed during ...

**Chemistry**

Carbohydrates (such as C6H12O6) undergo combustion with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water. Living things use this reaction (a process called respiration) to produce energy. Determine the mass of carbohydrates consumed for every 0.300 mol of oxygen gas consumed during ...