
 👍 0
 👎 0
posted by PsyDAG
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

computer
How does fractional employment differ from the traditional fulltime job model of today? A. Fractional employment demands complete mathematical skills. B. A work unit in fractional employment is a project or task, not a job. C.
asked by nabil on October 23, 2015 
Chemistry
(1) Why are fractional coefficients permitted in a balanced thermochemical equation? In thermochemical reactions, only small amounts of matter are considered. If fractional coefficients were not used, the scale of the reaction
asked by Zacky on May 12, 2010 
hectorr
Solve the fractional equation check yur solution 3[2x(x+7)]=5(x3)
asked by math HELP!! on May 27, 2014 
ALGEBRA 1!PLZ HELP!
Use the Substitution method to solve the system of equations. y  2x = 5 3y  x = 5 Solve the first equation for y. y = 2x5 Substitute that for y in the second equation and solve for x. Then use the value of x to substitute back
asked by SANDRO! on November 6, 2006 
Algebra
I have some problems that I am having trouble with and I have some that need checking please. Thanks! Solve the equation. 4. (x+7/4)=2(x1/6) Find all the value(s) of x that make thedenominator(s) zero. Then solve the equation. 6.
asked by Soly on August 21, 2007

Math
If you had a fractional stip of 12th's what fractional lengths could you make??? Thank You, ME!!
asked by Me on September 29, 2009 
MATH
I NEED TO SOLVE FOR Y AND X im getting rele confused on this. ok here is the prob. x+y=5 x2y=4 equation 1 x+y=5 equation 2 x2y=4 Multiply equation 1 by 1. Add equation 1 to equation 2. The x term cancels. Solve for y. THEN,
asked by Tony on December 17, 2006 
MAth
Malcom has 1/2 gallon of soup. He pours the same amount of soup into 8 bowls. which equation represents the fractional part of a gallon of soup, n, in each bowl? Please he;p solve with the letter n. thanks
asked by geo on May 14, 2014 
5th grade math
sue and dave shared 1/3 pound of cherries equally. What fractional part of a pound did each get? Molly wrote the following equation to solve the problem: (2 divided by 1/3) 2/1/3=n. Do you agree with Molly's equation? support your
asked by sara on February 25, 2014 
physics
A projectile of mass m moves to the right with a speed vi. The projectile strikes and sticks to the end of a stationary rod of mass M, of length d, that is pivoted about a frictionless axle through its center. (a) Find the angular
asked by jack on April 6, 2009