math
 👍
 👎
 👁

 👍
 👎
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

prealgebra
Figure B is the image of Figure A. Which description explains how Figure A was transformed to create figure B. A. Figure A was Reflected across a horizontal line of reflection to create Figure B. B. Figure A was rotated 180 °

algebra
What is the slope of a line through (5,2) and (6,7) in the standard(x,y) coordinate plane? Sorry, I forgot the choices F.9 G.5 H.5 J. 5/11 K. 5/11 The main reason i can't figure this out is because I can't remember the slope

Chemistry
How many molecules of BrF2 form when 384g Br2 react with excess F2? equation: Br2 + 5F2 > 2BrF5 I really just need the guidelines to figure out the problem, i can figure out the rest from there. Please and thank you.

Math
I cannot remember how to figure out this problem. "Ten friends share 3 pizzas equally. What fraction of a whole pizza does each friend get?" Would it be 3/10? Not looking for the actual answer but really how i can figure it out.

mathematics (Please answer :))
What is the measure of the smallest angle in the figure? The figure is not drawn to scale. In this problem my test shows a 90 degree angle, and then for the other two angles, there are algebraic problems. Here are the problems. 6x

chemistry
This question I really don't get it. I tried tried tried to figure out how to start solve the problem but still couldn't figure out. So can you help me with one question PLEASE? If so, can you please explain to me how you get the

statistics
in a classic study of problem solving, katona demonstrated that people whoa re required to figure out a problem on their own will learn more than people who are given the solution. One group of participants is presented with a

Statistics
I need help with this problem. I think I have some of the answers right but I'm not sure. There is a data set consisting of 33 wholenumber observations. Its five number summary is (16, 20, 22, 30, 46) 1. How many observations are

College Physics 1 (Algebrabased)
Calculate the force required of the "deltoid" muscle, Fm, to hold up the outstretched arm shown in the figure below. The total mass of the arm is 3.31kg. Assume that alpha = 15.2°, d = 12.0 cm and D = 24.0 cm. Figure: tinyurl

Algebra
I have never had algebra and cannot figure out how to work through the problem below [(x + 1)²  (2x + 1)]1/2 + 2x  6 = 0 Can you show me the steps for solving the problem?

Chemistry
Been stumped on this problem for a day now. 2KClO3>2KCl+3O2 a) If 53.0g of potassium chlorate breaks down, what volume of oxygen is produced? For this one I got: 14.6L O2 b) How many grams of potassium chloride are produced from

math
Problem of the Week Alternate Dimensions The four shapes to the right are each drawn with a horizontal base and a vertical height. Figure A is a rightangled triangle, Figure B is an isosceles triangle, Figure C is a square, and
You can view more similar questions or ask a new question.