1. math: permutations

    Hi, I need your help. I just cant figure out how to solve this problem. Question: There are two rows of chairs. The first row has two chairs and the second row has four chairs. In how many ways can six people be seated if a couple from the group must sit in the same row? *** ...
  2. Social Studies

    why did president Roosevelt begin the Good Neighbor Policy? A. He hoped to discourage B. He believed it would end the Depression C. He knew it would be highly popular in the United States D. He wanted to strengthen relations with Latin America in a time of international danger
  3. COM 140

    What kind of unwanted reactions might you encounter when trying to convince the business committee to accept your proposal for a new service? What steps can you take to ensure you convey the purpose of your messageto the audience?
  4. History

    All the following were causes of the U.S. isolationism in the 1930's except A:The economic troubles of the Great Depression B:The findings of the Nye Committee C:The passage of the Neutrality Acts*** D:The rise of totalitarian regimes in Europe Is this correct?
  5. Math

    If a committee of 3 is to be selected from a group of 15 students and 6 teachers, then the number of different possible committees that have at most 1 teacher is... I got 1260 by doing (6C1)(15C1)(14C1), but the correct answer is supposed to be 1085. How did they get this?
  6. Social Studies

    Which of these factors MOST shaped American identity? A: The United States is located in North America. B: Aristocratic royal governors oversaw the earliest British colonies. C: Early colonists grew cash crops and replied on natural resources to survive. D: The Pilgrims came ...
  7. American Government HELP

    Recall the scenario for this lesson’s discussion: You are the CEO of a powerful and politically connected corporation in your area. You have lunch once a month at your club with other business leaders of influential conglomerates to see where your interests might intersect. ...
  8. math

    Which should be used a permutation or combination? Determine the number of different ways in which a committee of four can be chosen from a group of twelve members? please check my answer = combination
  9. Advanced Algebra

    • In how many ways can a chairman, a vice chairman, a secretary, and a treasurer be selected from a committee of ten people? Is it right that i used the equation 10!/4! ? I don't know if the answer 151200 is correct. Can someone help me? Thanks!
  10. math

    The united states emitted 19.5 million of nitrog3en oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric ton (1) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of No were emitted to the atmosphere in the United States during 1987?
  11. math

    The united states emitted 19.5 million of nitrogen oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. ONe metric ton (1) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of no were emitted to the atmosphere in the united states during 1987?
  12. math

    The United States emitted 19.5 million t of nitrogen oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric ton (1 t) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of NO were emitted to the atmosphere in the United States during 1987?
  13. math

    the united states emitted 19.5 million of nitrogen oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric ton (1t) equals 1,000kg. How many kilograms of NO were emitted to the atmosphere in the united states during 1987?
  14. Math

    The United States emitted 19.5 million t of nitrogen oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric ton (1 t) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of NO were emitted to the atmosphere in the United States during 1987?
  15. History

    Explain how the views of President Roosevelt and President Reagan are different. Also, Explain which leader’s views, if followed, would bring about more prosperity and a better life style for the American people. Can someone help me with this? Either help me find some ...
  16. Math 115

    The United States emitted 19.5 million t of nitrogen oxides (NO) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric ton (1 t) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of NO were emitted to the atmosphere in the United States during 1987?
  17. Algebra word problem

    I have no idea how to start this problem can some one explain to me am i suppose to divid 1/10 by 1/4 which i get 4 but i feel i am missing some thing am i am Fungicides account for 1/10 of the pesticides used in the United States. Insecticides account for 1/4 of all the ...
  18. reading

    Fill in the blank 1-2. Although Jenny chose the songs from her __ that she knew best, she wasn't complacent about being prepared. Afraid she would __ the night of the concert, she practiced the songs over and over. 3-4. The __ of the lecture was that although the United States...
  19. math

    The United States emitted 19.5 million t of nitrogen oxides (No) into the atmosphere in 1987. One metric to (1t) equals 1,000 kg. How many kilograms of NO were emitted to the atmosphere in the United States during 1987?
  20. language

    Select the word or words that the italicized phrase modifies or describes. According to this map, the smallest region in the UNITED STATES IS NEW ENGLAND. a) map b) smallest c) region d) United States
  21. English

    Identify prepositions and prepositional phrases. The geographic center of the United States is in Kansas. Preposition is of/ prepositional phrase is in Kansas. Standard time was adopted in the United States in 1884. prepositions are in and in.
  22. 8th grade math

    According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 2009 men comprised an estimated 93.2% of the veterans in the United States. What is the number of women veterans in the United States in 2009? Express your answer to the nearest whole number.
  23. social studies

    Please check: 1. North Korea became a communist country by following the example set by Cuba (FALSE) 2. Congress set up a NASA in response to the Soviet blockade of Berlin (FALSE) 3. President Johnson tried to stop China from becoming a communist country. (FALSE) 4. The United...
  24. Social Studies help

    What made the United States a transcontinental power in 1819? A. Adams-Onis Treaty B. Louisiana purchase C. Monroe Doctrine D. War of 1812 Is the answer A?
  25. English 10

    How do you identify the speaker’s purpose? A.by listening to the third line of each speaker’s speech B.by evaluating each speaker’s questions and responses C.by asking a teacher or peer to identify the purpose for you D.by determining the speaker’s syntax and diction I...
  26. English

    Type the prepositional phrases in the boxes. In 1647 the first tax-supported schools were established by law in the United States. i think it (tax-supported)(by law)in the (united states)
  27. Reading

    Can you help me with the following sentences? 1-2. Although Jenny chose the songs from her __ that she knew best, she wasn't complacent about being prepared. Afraid she would __ the night of the concert, she practiced the song over and over. 3-4. The __ of the lecture was that...
  28. Social Studies

    1. In a typical rural village in Mexico, you might expect to find that most people living on farms get their food by a. growing their own. b. buying what they need at large supermarkets. c. buying what they need at small supermarkets. d. gathering nuts and wild berries. 2. ...
  29. US History

    7. Which of the following was an advantage the North had over the South? a. more experienced generals b. military support from Britain c. more money to spend on war d. full support of all its citizens C? 8. In their Reconstruction, policies, both President Lincoln and ...
  30. Civics

    what is a website I can go to to find information for a report related to government Here are a few: http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/constitution.overview.html http://www.whitehouse.gov/ http://www.senate.gov/ http://www.house.gov/ http://www.supremecourtus.gov/ If you...
  31. History

    Four major candidates ran in the 1824 election, all under the "Democratic-Republican" name. One of the candidates, Andrew Jackson, was already famous. In the 1780s, he earned the right to practice law and served in various offices of the state government, including senator. He...
  32. Soc Stud

    Why was the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 necessary? A.The legislation setting immigration policy had expired. B.Too many immigrants were coming to the United States each year. C.Existing American immigration policies were discriminatory. D.The United States did not ...
  33. Math

    What are 2 ways to arrange 300 chairs so that there are the same number of chairs in each row?
  34. algebra 2

    Of the 400 doctors, 240 practice family medicine and 130 were from countries outside the United States. What is the probability that a doctor does not practice family medicine or is from the United States?
  35. Geography

    Why do the United States, Iceland, and Japan have geysers? My answer: The United States, Iceland, and Japan possess geysers because these countries are located near volcanic areas.
  36. Imperialism and World War I

    what effect did john hay's open door policy letter have on the imperial powers of britain france germany russia and japan? A) It provoked the imperial powers to declare war on the United States. B) It caused the imperial powers to restrict trade in their trade with China.*** C...
  37. Language Studies

    Practice One: Speaker 1: Was there a fiddler at the bar last night? Speaker 2: There was a man scraping a bow across a violin. Implicature:__________________________ Speaker 1: Do you like my new carpet? Speaker 2: The wallpaper's not bad. Implicature:__________________________
  38. Math

    Plz give me solution The c.p of 13 chairs is the same as the s.p of 18 chairs.find the gain or loss %
  39. Social Studies

    1. Which of the following helped to increase the populations of northeastern cities? (1 point) more diversity successful cotton crops growth of factories and trade building of the Erie Canal 2. A boundary was set between Canada and the United States as a result of (1 point) ...
  40. history

    what was america's response about joining the league of nations (after ww1)? a- the public thought that america should lead the league of nations b- the public generally supported the idea but wanted to play a smaller role c- it supported the president and actively took part ...
  41. Social Studies

    Which of the following was among President Wilson’s Fourteen Points? A disarm all major powers B form a league of nations ** C create an alliance with Germany D make all European country learn their lesson What was the main purpose of President Wilson’s Fourteen Points? A ...
  42. History

    What is "constitutional power?" I have to write a response to this statement (either agreeing/disagreeing): "The Prime Minister of Canada has more constitutional power than the President of the United States." So I don't quite understand what constitutional power is =/
  43. Social Studies--Check My Answers Please--

    Are my answers are correct? Please check them! 1. Which of the following helped to increase the populations of northeastern cities? A) More diversity B) successful cotton crops C) growth of factories and trade***** D) building of the Erie Canal 2. A boundary was set between ...
  44. history

    please check these which of the following is a reason the United States became involved in affairs in the Middle East following World War II? a. to limit Jewish immigration into the region b. to prevent oil-rich Arab nations from falling under Soviet influence c. to discourage...
  45. Civics

    The executive department with the most important role in foreign policy is the A.Senate B.Ambassador C.House of Representatives D.U.S. Department of State i think it is U.S. Department of State
  46. math

    in the auditorium there are 24 rows of seats. the first second rows have 8 chairs and the third and fourth rows have 10 chairs.if this pattern continues.how many chairs are in the auditorium?
  47. English

    Can you please check if everything is OK? Thank you. 1)At the time of the signing the US consisted of 13 colonies under the rule of England’s King George III. There was growing unrest concerning the taxes which had to be paid to England. 2) This was commonly referred to as...
  48. government

    voters select government officials during the a. convention b. general election c. primary election d. political action committee c
  49. Math- Probability

    A committee of five people is to be formed from six lawyers and seven teachers. Find the probability that none are lawyers.
  50. government

    which of the following is NOT an argument for direct popular election of the president? a. The winner would always be the majority choice. b. Direct popular election would be a simple easily understood process. c. The small States would gain an advantage in a direct election ...
  51. civics

    Until the 1900s, the United States tried to stay out of foreign wars and mostly avoided working with other countries except for trading. Which term best fits this description of United States foreign policy prior to the 20th century? (3 points) A. Imperialism B. Capitalism C. ...
  52. Social studies

    Why was the cuban missile crisis significant? Cuba threatened to invade the united states It came close to starting a full scale nuclear war The United States almost fell under communist rule It promoted nuclear research in the soviet union Please help this is for lesson 5 ...
  53. History

    Imagine you are living in Los Angeles in 1944 and have just read about the case of Korematsu v. the United States. Write a letter to the editor of the Los Angeles Times telling which opinion in the case (majority or dissenting) you support and explain why. Help please? I have ...
  54. US History

    Which of the following statements was true about the Confederate States of America? A. They adopted the “stars and bars” as their flag. B. They believed secession was unconstitutional. C. They elected James Buchanan as their president. D. They elected Jefferson Davis as ...
  55. government

    which of the following is an example of checks and balance? the u.s supreme court declares a law uconstitutional, power is shared between state and federal governments, congress passes a law, the senate devolps rules for its internal processes. i think its c
  56. Math

    Eight people are put into pairs and enter a room with a large table with four pairs of chairs (2 chairs and a lot of space then 2 more chairs and a lot of space and so on) Though they could sit anywhere they had to sit with there assigned partner. In How Many ways could the ...
  57. math

    A department contains 13 men and 20 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
  58. Calculus

    A club has 45 members and its membership committee has 7 members. How many different membership committees are possible? I keep getting 1.6336632e10, but I know its not right somehow
  59. office management

    an office management committee is focused on a.instructing employees on proper ergonomics b.preparing for disaster or emergency situations my answer is b
  60. business

    What kinds of unwanted reactions might you encounter when trying to convince the business committee to accept your proposal for a new service? What steps can you take to ensure you convey the purpose of your message to the audience?
  61. Social Studies, are they all right?

    1. In a typical rural village in Mexico, you might expect to find that most people living on farms get their food by a. growing their own. b. buying what they need at large supermarkets. c. buying what they need at small supermarkets. d. gathering nuts and wild berries. 2. ...
  62. social studies (grade 9)

    How are relations between the EU (European Union) and the US (United States)? The relationship between the EU and the United States is one of friendly competition. The EU is probably our strongest political ally, but we compete with each other economically. Since we invaded ...
  63. Managerial Economics

    . Remox Corporation is a British firm that sells high-fashion sportswear in the United States. Congress is currently considering the imposition of a protective tariff on imported textiles. Remox is considering the possibility of moving 50 percent of its production to the ...
  64. Language Arts

    What impact did your Independent Reading selection have on you as a reader? Would you recommend your selection to a friend? Why or why not? Support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from your Independent Reading selection. Be sure to give the title and author ...
  65. American Government

    What statement is true about the legislative branch? A. It is divided into a senate and a house of representatives B. Members are selected for life C. It has no real authority D. It is more powerful than any other branch of government.
  66. 8th grade

    (a)on july 15,2007 , the national debt of the united states of americawas a little more than 8.8 trillion dollars. at that time, the population of the united states was a little more than 300 million. approximately how much money would each of the 300 million people living in ...
  67. us history

    why did united states policy makers feel the need to secure new markets abroad in the late 1800s? what risks did the united states take in attepting to find new foreign markets? why did the american public favor war with spain what impact did teddy roosevelt have on the office...
  68. statistics

    Suppose that a department contains 8 men and 20 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
  69. math

    Suppose that a department contains 11 men and 19 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
  70. Finite Math

    A student dance committee is to be formed consisting of 3 boys and 4 girls. If the membership is to be chosen from 7 boys and 6 girls, how many different committees are possible?
  71. math

    there are 15 boys and 10 girls in your class. a faur member committee is to befromedfrom the student of your class. in how many ways this can be done if the comittee consists at least three girls
  72. math

    there are 8 people in a committee. each time they meet they shake hands with each other so that each person shakes everyones hand once each time they meet how many handshakes are there
  73. Permutations

    A 3-member executive committee is to be formed from a 11-member board of directors. In how many ways can it be formed? ​ 6 170 165 33 990 Please explain this to me. thank you
  74. english

    spelling rule V exercise: Which word is out of the place in each line? and why? a. equipped, preferred, controlled, committed, committee b. tonnage, stoppage, occurrence, recurrence, deferred, acquittal c. deterrent, different, installment, recurrent, intermittent
  75. Math

    How many seating arrangements can be made with 9 students and 14 chairs?
  76. History

    Thanks for all your help. This is my last question that I have. Promise. How this section of the 14th amendment significant during Reconstruction. Section 4. The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of ...
  77. Influential Ideas and Events Quiz( Check Answers)

    (The sign "*" means that's my answer I chose for the question) Part A What is the basic independent unit of world politics? a) country b) province c) nation* d) organization Part B Which of the following groups is an example of the basic unit you selected in the previous ...
  78. HISTORY

    Which answer best describes President Johnson's role in Reconstruction? Johnson wanted to forgive the Southern states and restore order by granting equal rights to the former slaves. Johnson wanted to fine the Southern states for starting the Civil War and readmit them to the ...
  79. Cultural Deversity

    What information about race and ethnicity in the United States has helped people in the United States better understand or relate to specific minority groups? Have people learned something new about there own cultural history in the last few years? Trends in immigration will ...
  80. English

    1. He went to the teachers' room. There were many teachers, and he was able to see some students scolded by a teacher. 2. The native speaker has his office. In the teacher's office, we talked with the foreign speaker. 3. The teacher's room is a little small, so only 15 ...
  81. social studies

    Compare and contrast how the United States and Canada achieved independence. Why do you think the United States has 10 times more people than Canada? Explain one way that ethnic groups in the U.S. and Canada are similar and one way that they are different.
  82. civics

    The united states supreme court case United States v. Nixon led to A. gaining executive privilege B. limits to executive privilege C. Nixon keeping the tapes private D. Nixon losing his re-election I think its A but need some help
  83. government

    Accorditn to Article V of the constitution, no amendment may a. deprive a state of its equal representation in the Senate. b. abolish the protections guaranteed in the Bill of Rights. c. deny the people the right to vote because of race, color, or gender. d. reestablish ...
  84. world history

    Rome was considered a republic because? A.)citizens voted for some of there officials B.)patricians had the power to veto bad legislation C.)plebeians supervised the business of government D.)the emperor appointed representatives to the senate I really need help with this ...
  85. English

    What does this Mean? This question asks about your Independent Reading selection. You may use your reading selection to help you answer the question. Compare and contrast your Independent Reading selection with one or two other selections you have read in this unit. Support ...
  86. Social Studies (Check, Please!)

    1. Why does Truman believe that communism is not a danger to the United States? A: Truman believes that communism is not a danger to the United States because he believes that the country is strong enough to resist and overcome all forces of communism. 2. Why does Whittaker ...
  87. Algebra II-Please check

    How many ways can a teacher arrange 10 students in a front row if there are 60 students I think I do 60!/50! = 2.74 *10^17 How many ways can you choose committee of 7 from a total of 20 (20 nCr7) = 77520
  88. math

    There are 6 boys and 8 girls in a group of students. Calculate the number of ways that a committee of 3 students which has at least 1 girl can be selected from the group. Please show your work.
  89. discrete math

    Suppose that a department contains 10 men and 17 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
  90. discrete math

    Suppose that a department contains 10 men and 17 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men?
  91. Discreate Math

    Suppose that a department contains 13 men and 19 women. How many ways are there to form a committee with 6 members if it must have strictly more women than men
  92. English

    Identify all the descriptions Whitman uses to compare Lincoln to a ship’s captain. What kind of leader does the speaker consider Lincoln?
  93. literature

    umm, i need possibly a little help. This question asks about your Independent Reading selection. You may use your reading selection to help you answer the question. What impact did your Independent Reading selection have on you as a reader? Would you recommend your selection ...
  94. math

    how many different committees can be formed from 6 teachers and 31 students if the committee consists of 4 teachers and 4 students?
  95. CHILD DEVELOPMENT

    Which of the following budget items is usually given the lowest priority in running a child care facility? A. CLASSROOM MATERIALS B. SALARIES and BENEFITS C. MAINTENANCE D. SCHOOL EQUIPMENT salaries and benefits Since this is not my area of expertise, I searched Google under ...
  96. assignment

    According to research and news reports within the past 2 years, what are some of the changes the United States has made to policies concerning the treatment of Muslim and Arabic members of society?
  97. Ethnics

    According to research and news reports within the past 2 years, what are some of the changes the United States has made to policies concerning the treatment of Muslim and Arabic members of society
  98. government

    what is an example of checks and balances? A) the u.s supreme court declares a law unconstitutional B)power is shared between state and federal government C) congress passes a law D) the senate devolops rules for its internal processes.
  99. Math

    In 2016 there were ab out 135 million households in the United States. 36.5% of the households own at least one dog. On average, these households have 1.6 dogs. How many millions of pet dogs were in the United States. Round to the nearest tenth of a million. Please help.
  100. marketing

    ABC Technologies manufactures computer accessories, such as modems and network cards. Even though the company has several purchasing managers, the company president has final authority on all purchases over $500, including the selection of the supplier. In the typical buying ...
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