Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

algebra
Driving down a mountain, Tom finds that he has descended 1800 ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the nearest hundredth. Here what I have 1800
asked by Amanda on April 6, 2007 
Algebra 1
Driving down a mountain, Tom finds that he has descended 1800 ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the nearest hundredth. slope=
asked by Julie on February 3, 2007 
algebra
Driving down a mountain, Tom finds that he has descended 1800 ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the nearest hundredth. I put the numbers into
asked by Lindz on July 26, 2007 
math
Driving down a mountain, torn finds that he has descended 1800 ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the nearest hundredth. 2,175
asked by stacy on February 14, 2007 
Math
While Driving down a mountain, top finds that he has descended 1800 ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. find the slope of his decent to the nearest hundredth. I am not sure
asked by Russell on April 19, 2007 
I need help.,math
Is this correct or wrong? Technology. Driving down a mountain, Tom finds that he has descended 1800ft in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the
asked by jasmine20 on January 15, 2007 
Algebra I
Driving down a mountain, Tom finds that he has descended 1800 ft. in elevation by the time he is 3.25 mi horizontally away from the top of the mountain. Find the slope of his descent to the nearest hundredth. slope is descent
asked by Sally on August 21, 2007 
physics
A basketball star covers 2.70 m horizontally in a jump to dunk the ball (see figure). His motion through space can be modeled as that of a particle at a point called his center of mass (which we shall define in Chapter 9). His
asked by eric on February 18, 2011 
math
The launch site for trigon balloon co. is 250 ft above sea level. A hot air balloon is launched from the site and begins to rise at a rate of 110 ft/min. At the same time, another balloon 2200 ft above sea level begins to descend
asked by sean on September 12, 2013 
Math
At 6:00 A.M. the temperature was 33Â°F. By noon the temperature had increased by 10Â°F and by 3:00 P.M. it had increased another 12Â°F. If at 10:00 P.M. the temperature had decreased by 15Â°F, how much does the temperature
asked by Maddie on February 20, 2018