# Posts by savannah

Total # Posts: 251

**math**

9/8 which =1 1/8

**math**

what is half of 2 1/4

**math**

4,000

**math**

my bad how many mLis 4 liters

**math**

how many mL is 4 litters

**math**

35 cookies

**math**

if albert baked 60 cookies and gave 7/12 away how many cookies does he have left

**English**

I lied! It's actually: Whether a message is effective

**English**

OCR: Intended Audience

**algebre II**

Factor and solve: 4x^3-32=0 Please so work so I can finish on my own with an example problem. Thanks! <3

**math**

Factor the expression on the left side of each equation. Then solve the equation. 64x^3-1=0

**math**

Sorry, I was letting someone use my computer, and their name showed up on the last post, but it was me that posted it.

**math**

Factor the expression on the lift side of each equation. Then solce the equation: 8xcubed-27=0... also please show work so I understand how you got the answer.

**English**

Who said this quote? "If you are alone, I'll be your shadow. If you want to cry, I'll be your shoulder. If you need to be happy, I'll be your smile. But anytime you need a friend, I'll just be me."

**science**

friction

**math**

It's asking for you're opinion only you know the answer to that. It's different for everyone.

**Chem**

Explain why chemists might want to prepare substituted hydrocarbons. Give two examples of possible substitutions.

**social studies**

i have to choose a location for a theme park , how would geography affect my choice

**science**

how did organic compounds get this name?

**math**

it means equal to, or the same as.

**Science**

3/200,000 and when you divide you get 66,667.

**6th grade**

how do you change a fraction into a mixed number?

**6th grade**

what did egyptian pharoahs of old kingdoms build for their tombs?

**world history**

Enlightenment philosophers and reformers criticized the great inequalities that existed in society and believed that thought reason, a better society was possible. They called for social equality, abolition of slavery, prision reform, and improvements in education. What ...

**physical science**

What mass of NaCl do you need to make 71g of Cl2?

**Geography**

money invested to build and support new businesses bazaar fellaheen capital

**science**

Why cant you something one centimeter long with the microscope?

**Physics**

A = Vf - Vi ------- Tf - Ti

**International Business**

Describe the driving business forces in both the foreign and domestic environment. In what ways do they operate differently? Why? Provide an example.

**Biochemistry**

It's just showing the substrate concentration and reaction velocity relationship in a way that makes everything come out to straight lines

**World Cultures grade 7**

Please help me asap! I have an essay due tommarow and I need to find out the 10 criterias a country has to follow in order to be considered a civilization! I have 5 minutes! Please help

**scince**

what about the hair wat is that caled

**scince**

waht is the name of the hair in side your ear that vibrats so you can heah

**9th grade**

Is each equation a direct variation? If it is, find the constant of variation. y+8=(negative)4

**Pre-Algebra - 7th Grade**

How do you add a negative number and a positive number. For example: -9 + 7 = ?

**pre-algebra**

1/4y - 2/3 = 1/2

**Chemistry**

What are some examples of homogeneous and heterogeneous substances?

**Bibliography Cards**

how many quotes can you put on each bib card?

**scince**

what is 8 cm in inches?

**Scince**

HOW BIG WOULD A PIECE OF PAPER BE IF IT IS 8 CM LOND?

**Algebra**

How do I find distrbutions?

**Science**

1000 years

**romeo and juliet**

Hi. I have a question. Wasn't the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare based off of a poem by Arthur Brooke? This is what I was taught in school and have read on several websites, but someone else told me that what I know is completely wrong, but instead ...

**Literature**

I know this is a homework board, but I really was wondering if anyone could help me with a book I'm reading... it's a classic [The Picture of Dorian Gray], so I thought I'd give it a shot. Could anyone explain to me what Lord Henry and the Duchess of Monmouth are ...

**English.**

I have an English project on Julius Caesar. I'm a sophomore in high school, by the way. I have to have a quote from act five of the play and connect it to something that happened in the last fifty years. I have absolutely no idea what to do and I have to have the quote ...

**Physics/Math**

The normal force and the centripetal *force need to equal eachother if the car is to remain grounded, so N=mV^2/r or mg=mV^2/r and then the masses cancel and we have g=V^2/r or v^2=gr.

**English**

I don't quite understand what's suppose to be the ideal point.

**Chemistry**

Which of the following are free to drift in metals? a. neutrons b. electrons c. pions d. cations e. protons

**social studies**

how do we really know if the stuff in the S.S book is really real.we don't know because we wasn't there Most of it is true. Resercher and other have worked many years and by using technonly and other eveidence have figured out how people lived and ect. So don't ...

**science**

information on forces and motion yikes! This is a huge topic! Do you have any specific questions? yo mama is so gay Your post does not indicate exactly what information you are seeking. Also I cannot open the post of DanH, so I don't know if I might be repeating his ...

**Physics**

A car with good tires on a dry road can decelerate at about 5.0m/s/s when braking. If the car is traveling at 55miles/hour, how much time does it take the car to stop? 55 mph = 80.7 ft/s = 24.6 m/s Divide the initial speed by the deceleration rate to get the time required. (24...