. Sarah wants to arrive at her friend’s wedding at 3:00. The distance from Sarah’s house to the wedding is 95 miles. Based on usual traffic patterns, Sarah predicts she can drive the first 15 miles at 60 miles per

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  1. mathematics

    Sarah holds a bond for 5 years that has a 5.7% percent coupon rate and a $1000 par value. How much interest does Sarah earn in 4 years? A- $285 B- $82 C- $258 D- $228

  2. Prob. Math

    Sarah draws a card from a deck of 52 cards. She receives 40 cents for a heart, 50 cents for an ace, and 90 cents for the ace of hearts. The cost of a draw is 15 cents. How much will Sarah lose if she plays this game?

  3. economics

    If Sarah opens a savings account that has a yearly simple interest rate of 15%, how much would Sarah have total if she deposits $1500 at the end of the year?

  4. physics

    Julie throws a ball to her friend Sarah. The ball leaves Julie's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground with an initial speed of 12 m/s at an angle 35 degrees; with respect to the horizontal. Sarah catches the ball 1.5 meters above the ground. 1)What

  5. statistics!

    1) Entry to a certain University is determined by a national test. The scores on this test are normally distributed with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 100. Tom wants to be admitted to this university and he knows that he must score better than

  6. Math

    Sarah holds a bond for 5 years that has a 5.7% percent coupon rate and a $100 par value. How much interest does Sarah earn in 4 years? $285 $82 $258 $228

  7. physics

    5) After catching the ball, Sarah throws it back to Julie. The ball leaves Sarah's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground, and is moving with a speed of 22.0 m/s when it reaches a maximum height of 9.0 m above the ground. What is the speed of the ball

  8. Math

    64 is 4 times the difference between Sarah's age, a, and 44. Assume Sarah is older than 44. Write an equation to determine Sarah's age (a)

  9. PHYSICS

    You ride your bike along a straight line from your house to a store 1030 m away. On your way back, you stop at a friend's house which is halfway between your house and the store. a) What is your displacement? b) What is the total distance traveled? c)

  10. Chemistry

    Sarah is ordering cheese pizza for a party of 10 people. She knows that each pizza has 8 slices. To figure out how many pizzas to order, Sarah needs to know the

  11. math

    semir, sarah and sung so decided to raise money for a local homeless shelter by working in a local deli. the deli agreed to donate to the shelter a portion of the profits from each meal the three sold. semir sold 3 times as many meals as sarah. sung sold 2

  12. Math (Please help)

    . Sarah wants to arrive at her friend’s wedding at 3:00. The distance from Sarah’s house to the wedding is 95 miles. Based on usual traffic patterns, Sarah predicts she can drive the first 15 miles at 60 miles per hour, the next 10 miles at 30 miles

  13. math

    David made a swing for his niece Sarah using ropes 2.4 m long, so that Sarah swings throuh an arc of length 1.2 m. Determine the angle through which Sarah swings, in both radians and degrees.

  14. College Algebra

    Sarah left on the interstate at a speed of 60 mph. Her sister followed her on the same route, leaving 2 hours later at a rate of 65 mph. How long will it take for Sarah's siter to catch up with Sarah?

  15. Trigonometry

    Sarah used her calculator to find sin125 degree. She wrote down sin125 degrees = -.57. How could Sarah recognize that her answer is incorrect?

  16. Math

    Sarah walked at a speed of 3 miles per hour. Beneta rode her bicycle at a speed of 9 miles per hour. They both traveled the same distance, but it took Sarah 4 more hours than it took Beneta. How many hours did it take Beneta? I am somewhat confused on

  17. mathematics

    Sarah is making her own costume for her role in the school play. The costume requires 2 and 5/8 yards of material. Select the number of yards needed for Sarah’s costume as an improper fraction.

  18. Math

    Sarah has about containing x ribbons and 4 extra ribbons. Jill's has 12 ribbons. Express the number of ribbons that Sarah has in terms of x. For what value of x will Sarah and Jill have the same number of ribbons?

  19. Math

    Sarah secured a bank loan of $200,000 for the purchase of a house. The mortgage is to be amortized through monthly payments for a term of 15 yr, with interest rate of 6%/year compounded monthly on the unpaid balance. She plans to sell her house in 5 yr.

  20. Math algebra

    Sarah’s two student loans totaled $12,000. One of her loans was at 6% simple interest and the other at 9%. After one year, Sarah owed $855 in interest. What was the amount of each loan?

  21. Math

    Sarah secured a bank loan of $155,000 for the purchase of a house. The mortgage is to be amortized through monthly payments for a term of 15 years, with an interest rate of 3%/year compounded monthly on the unpaid balance. She plans to sell her house in 5

  22. Math-word problem

    Sarah rents a car to take her to the airport in the morning and return her home that evening. Halfway to the airport, she picks up a friend who accompanies her to the airport. That night, she and her friend return to Sarah's home. The total cost is $20.00.

  23. pysics 1

    You ride your bike along a straight line from your house to a store 1030 m away. On your way back, you stop at a friend's house which is halfway between your house and the store. a) What is your displacement? Tries 0/5 b) What is the total distance

  24. math

    Karen and sarah have bank accounts. Karen has a starting balance of $125 and is deposited $20 each week. Sarah had a starting balance of $43 and is depositing $37 each week. when will the girls have the same amount of money? Karen: 20x + 125 and Sarah: 37x

  25. Math

    Sarah was trying to figure out her grades for her math course. She only knew the grade of 4 of the tests she had taken, however the class had taken 5 tests total. She scored a 94, 67, 83, and 93. If Sarah ended up with a grade of 90, what did she get on

  26. math

    Mr usher is 184cm tall and his sister sarah is 5/8 as tall as him. How tall is sarah

  27. ELA Please check my work

    Which of the following sentences contains a pronoun? A•My sister Sarah loves to cook B• She made dinner for the family last night C• When Sarah offered us seconds I was too full. D•Mom and dad make me do the dishes when Sarah cooks My answer is A

  28. Language Arts

    Which of the following sentences contains a pronoun in the possessive case? A. My sister Sarah loves to cook. B. She made dinner for the family last night. C. When Sarah offered us seconds, I was too full. D. Mom and Dad make me do the dishes when Sarah

  29. language arts

    Emily and Sarah are high-school students competing in a contest to design a playground. Emily knows that Sarah is receiving help from her uncle, a landscape architect, but she cannot prove it. Emily is torn between cheating herself or losing to someone who

  30. math

    Sarah and Felipe were playing video games. Sarah scored 21,456 points, and Felipe scored 9,087 points. About how many points did Sarah and Felipe score altogether?

  31. Arithmetic/Math

    Sarah uses balsa wood to build airplane models. After completing a model, she had a strip of balsa wood measuring 7/8 of a yard left over. Shawn the Weirdo wants to buy half of the strip from Sarah. If Sarah paid $2.00 for each yard, how much should she

  32. math

    to finance her community college education. Sarah takes out a loan for $2200. After a year Sarah decides to pay off the interest which is 4% of $2200. How much will she pay

  33. Math

    Emily and Sarah had a total of $80 dollars. After Sarah spent 1/3 of her money and emily spent $17, emily had twice as much money as sarah. How much more money did Emily have than sarah at first?

  34. English

    Which of the sentences below using direct address is punctuated correctly? (1 point) Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom, to pick Mom’s birthday present. Please come with me, Sarah and Tom to pick Mom’s birthday present. Please come with me, Sarah, and

  35. MATHS

    A pie is cut into two equal parts. The first part of the pie is shared between Abdul and Kate. Kate has 3 times as much as Abdul. The second part of the pie is shared between Sarah and Ron. Ron has 3/5 as much as Sarah. The mass of Sarah's share of the pie

  36. Language Arts

    7. In which of these sentences is the meaning of the word unethical best expressed? A: Sarah felt bad seeing the child cry, so she bought him a candy bar B: Brady didn't have time to finish his paper, so he had a friend do it for him *** C: Rachel wanted

  37. French: TO MS SUE OR ANY FRENCH HELPER

    Please check & correct my mistakes: In English: One day sarah went shopping. Then she walked to her house Unfortunately it started to rain Fortunately sarah had a jacket All of a sudden sarah fell down Finally sarah arrived at her house In French: Un jour

  38. Physics

    Julie throws a ball to her friend Sarah. The ball leaves Julie's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground with an initial speed of 17 m/s at an angle 34 degrees; with respect to the horizontal. Sarah catches the ball 1.5 meters above the ground. 1) what

  39. Philosophy

    Provide a premise that would permit the value-expressing conclusion "Sarah ought to tell the truth" from the descriptive premise "Sarah's son is asking if he's adopted." Sarah's son is asking if he's adopted. Sarah's son has access to his birth

  40. language arts

    Could you check my answer please..thank you Which of the following sentences contains a linking verb? A. Yesterday, Sarah experienced rock climbing for the first time.xxx B. Sarah seemed nervous at first. C. She climbed very well for a beginner. D. I think

  41. math - help me plz

    can you solve this equation by using simultaneous equations and can you write the method please? Sarah and Louise have a combined age of 24. Six years ago Sarah was triple Louise's age. What is Sarah and Louise's ages now. Let Sarah be x and Louise be y.

  42. math

    can you solve this equation by using simultaneous equations and can you write the method please? Sarah and Louise have a combined age of 24. Six years ago Sarah was triple Louise's age. What is Sarah and Louise's ages now. Let Sarah be x and Louise be y.

  43. Civics ASAP PLZ =:)

    Sarah opened a shoe shop in Los Angeles, California to sell the shoes she designs. Which of the following statements is an example of cultural diffusion related to Sarah's business? First-year profits for Sarah's Shoe Shop were 50 percent higher than

  44. ASAP language arts help like NOW PLZ

    11.) which of the following sentences contains a linking verb. A. yesterday sarah experienced rock climbing for the very first time. B. sarah seemed nervous at first. C.she climbed very good for a beginner. D.i think sarah likes rock climing. i chose A. am

  45. Statistics

    Sarah took a Statistics midterm which consisted of 13 multiple choice questions. Each question had 6 possible response options. Sarah answered 8 of the 13 questions correctly. Assume that Sarah had the same probability of getting each question correct.

  46. Physics

    Julie throws a ball to her friend Sarah. The ball leaves Julie's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground with an initial speed of 10 m/s at an angle 38 degrees; with respect to the horizontal. Sarah catches the ball 1.5 meters above the ground.

  47. Physics

    Julie throws a ball to her friend Sarah. The ball leaves Julie's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground with an initial speed of 22 m/s at an angle 63 degrees; with respect to the horizontal. Sarah catches the ball 1.5 meters above the ground.

  48. maths

    sarah, tom and johns were all friiends. sarah and john were surprised to know that tom didn't know how old they were. sarah: if you add athird of my age to three quartes of toms age you get, 30.5 tom: if you take my age and double it, you get six times the

  49. English

    Emily and Sarah are high-school students competing in a contest to design a playground. Emily knows that Sarah is receiving help from her uncle, a landscape architect, but she cannot prove it. Emily is torn between cheating herself or losing to someone who

  50. math

    Half of Sarah's wire is equal to 2/5 of Daniels. Chris has 3 times as much as Sarah. In all, their wire measures 6 ft. How long is Sarah's wire in feet?

  51. Physics

    Julie throws a ball to her friend Sarah. The ball leaves Julie's hand a distance 1.5 meters above the ground with an initial speed of 24 m/s at an angle 32 degrees; with respect to the horizontal. Sarah catches the ball 1.5 meters above the ground. What is

  52. math

    sarah drove at a constant rate of 50 mils per hour. The distance d that sarah drove in t hours is given by the equation d=50t

  53. Math

    Sarah starts at a point 26 miles from school and runs toward school at 6 miles per hour. Ryan starts from school 1.3 hours later and runs towards Sarah at 8 miles per hour. Let x be the number of hours Sarah has been running Write an expression in terms of

  54. Alegabra 1

    26 ÷ 23 Sarah is trying to solve the above expression. She takes the following steps: 1. Sarah checks to see that both numbers have the same base. Since they both have the same base, she decides to work with the exponents. 26 ÷ 23 2. Sarah now adds 6 and

  55. Math

    Sarah spends 2/5 of her monthly income on rent. Sarah's rent is $750. What is sarah's montly income? Write an equation to solve this problem.

  56. math 1

    Sarah calculated the points she earned on her test. Sarah thought she earned 95 points but the teacher told her she actually only scored 85 points. What was Sarah's percent error. Round to the nearest tenth.

  57. Math

    Sarah's mom made cookies for Sarah and her four friends. There's one cookie too many to divide evenly among the friends. Then two more friends showed up. Sarah gave her mom one cookie, which allowed Sarah to divide all the cookies evenly. How many cookies

  58. Physics

    Alfonso and Sarah like to go sky diving together. Alfonso has a mass of 86.0 kg and Sarah has a mass of 57.8 kg. While in free fall together (next to each other), Alfonso pushes Sarah horizontally with a force of 12.9 N. What is the magnitude of Alfonso's

  59. Algebra

    Working​ together, Sarah and Jeff can do a task in 6 hours. Jeff uses a motorized cart to do the​ task, whereas Sarah uses a pushcart. If each person does the task without the help of the​ other, it takes Sarah twice as long as it takes Jeff. How

  60. pre-algebra

    Sarah has been running a dog-walking business since 2010. She walks dogs twice a day, takes them to the park, and returns them to their homes. Each year, she has increased her fee by the same amount. The table shows what Sarah charged each customer for two

  61. Money

    Sarah and Billy are waiters at Jill's Grill. During the night shift, Sarah makes $86.00 in tips, while Billy makes $102.00. What percentage of Billy tips did Sarah make? (a) 82% (b) 84% (c) 86% (d) 88%

  62. Math

    In Saturday's 8 mile race Sarah's goal was to complete 1/2 of the run in 48 minutes. After that time had elapsed Sarah had run 2/3 of the total race. Which shoes how far ahead of Pace Sarah is? A.1/6 B.3/6 C.7/8 D.2/6 A? Before Chad shared his starburst

  63. Math

    Sarah throws rocks into a quarry lake from the top of a 67 foot high wall. The chart gives the horizontal distance, x (in feet), the rock has travled from Sarah and the height, y (in feet), of the rock above the lake. The chart is: |distance, x:|9| 19|

  64. math

    Sarah and Felipe were playing video games. Sarah scored 21,456 points, and Felipe scored 9,087 points. About how many points did Sarah and Felipe score altogether?

  65. Math

    Sarah is standing next to the flag pole waiting for her friends. The flagpole is 42.9 feet tall and casting a shadow of 253.1 feet long. There a sign by the flagpole challenging visitors to find the length of their shadows. Sarah is 5.4 feet tall. What is

  66. Algebra

    It’s the end of the semester, and sisters Sarah and Chelsea are eager to head home for the summer. It’s a long drive, and Sarah’s old car can manage an average speed of only 55 miles per hour, so she leaves early in the morning. An hour later,

  67. Algbra

    It’s the end of the semester, and sisters Sarah and Chelsea are eager to head home for the summer. It’s a long drive, and Sarah’s old car can manage an average speed of only 55 miles per hour, so she leaves early in the morning. An hour later,

  68. Math

    Sarah bought 1.4pounds of seed that costs 0.4 per pound. How much does Sarah pay for the seed? You are suppose to use a 10x10 decimal model

  69. Math

    Sarah is two-thirds as old as Jenny. Jenny is 7 years older than Sarah. Which system of equations could be used to find the girls’ ages? A. 3s – 2j = 0 j – 7 = s B. j = 2/3s s + 7 = j C. j – 2/3 = s j – s = 7 D. 2/3j = s j + 7 = s

  70. math

    Sarah ordered 4 pepperoni pizzas. She wanted to cut the pizza so each slice would be 1/6. how many pizza slices does Sarah have?

  71. Math

    sarah and isabel each has an equal amount of money. After sarah spent 18 and isabel spent 25, Sarah had twice as much as Isabel. How much did each of them have first.

  72. Math

    Sarah and Louise have a combined age of 24. Six years ago, Sarah was three times as old as Louise. Let Sarah be x years and Louise y years

  73. Math

    Avatar of bookishfairy73 Bookishfairy732026 pts Question HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 5+3 PTS Avatar of miraclegarland2 I need help. Semir, Sarah, and SungSo decided to raise money for a local homeless shelter by working in a local deli. The deli agreed to

  74. Language Arts

    What is the appositive in the sentence? Sarah's dog Buddy dug in the garden. a. Sarah's b. Buddy c. in d. the Please Help!

  75. GT LA

    What is the appositive in this sentence? Sarah's dog Buddy dug in the garden. A. Sarah's B. Buddy C. in D. the A or B

  76. 5th grade word problem

    jen,paula, and sarah spent the weekend decorating a neighbors house. They earned $500.00 between them. When it came to dividing the money, paula had worked three times harder than jen and sarah had worked twice as hard as paula. If the money was divided

  77. math

    THE NUMBER OF MILES SARAH WALKED ON A DAILY BASIS IS 2.5 MILES. THREE MONTHS LATER,SARAH IS WALKING 6 MILES EACH DAY. WHAT IS THE PERCENT INCREASE

  78. Math

    Sarah had got 40 out of 50 questions right. What is the percentage of questions Sarah got right? Explain and show your work.

  79. math

    Sarah was trying to figure out her grades for her math course. She only knew the grade of 4 tests she had taken, however the class had taken 5 tests total. She scored a 94, 67, 83 and 93. If Sarah ended up with a grade of 90, what did she get on the 5th

  80. Algebra

    The sum of brandon and Sarah's ages is thirty-six brandon is ten years younger than sarah how old is brandon?

  81. Math

    Sarah was trying to figure out her grades for her math course. she only knew the grade of 4 of the tests she had taken, However the class had taken 5 tests total. She scored a 94, 67, 83, and 93. If Sarah ended up with a grade of 90, what did she get on

  82. Language Arts (Please Check)

    1)Resilient people usually a)complain when they have bad luck b) bring good luck to others c)are able to deal with others** 2)when the someone refers to pausing to " enjoy the view of the trees and the flowers below," he really is talking about a) looking

  83. Language Art (Please Check...again)

    1)Resilient people usually a)complain when they have bad luck b) bring good luck to others c)are able to deal with others** 2)when the someone refers to pausing to " enjoy the view of the trees and the flowers below," he really is talking about a) looking

  84. Math

    Sarah made a square tablecloth and wants to put lace around the edges. The length of one side of the tablecloth is 56 inches. How much lace will Sarah need?

  85. math discrete

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  86. MATH HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  87. MATH HELP HELP HELP HELP HELP

    (a)Sarah wants to make a bracelet. She needs some beads and goes to a shop where they sell beads in exactly 100 different colours. i. How many ways can she pick 25 beads, each of a different colour? ii. How many ways can she pick any 25 beads? (b) Suppose

  88. Trig

    Sarah used her calculator to find sin125 degrees . She wrote down sin125 degrees = -.57. How could Sarah recognize that her answer is incorrect?

  89. Language Arts

    Which of the sentences below using direct address is punctuated correctly? (1 point) Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom, to pick Mom’s birthday present. Please come with me, Sarah and Tom to pick Mom’s birthday present. Please come with me, Sarah, and

  90. maths

    Russel, Sarah and Terry share money in the ratio 2:5:8. Sarah has £120. Workout how much Russel and Terry get.

  91. Economics

    Calculate the consumer surplus generated: 1.Sarah is willing to pay up to $10 for a shirt. He picks up one he likes for $8. 2.Josh goes to the store to to find a used vinyl for a max of $10.the store has one copy for $10 which he buys 3.After basketball

  92. intro to psychology

    Sarah Maguire has noticed at work that office meetings held in the late morning go more quickly than those scheduled after lunch. She tells her boss that she believes that if meetings are held at 11 a.m., the group will spend more time on the agenda and

  93. Language Arts ~CHECK MY ANSWERS~

    1.) Resilient people usually a. complain when they have bad luck. b. bring good luck to others. c. are able to deal with setbacks. • My Answer: (B- brings good luck to others.) 2.) When the speaker refers to pausing to “enjoy the view / of the trees

  94. History

    What heroic qualities did Sarah Bache possess? Do the heroic qualities mean like loyalty and generosity? My answer would be Sarah possessed kindness and loyalty showing that she didn’t just care about her well being but all of the people around hers well

  95. Math

    Sarah correctly answers 45 questions on her history test. There are 50 questions on the test Enter the percent of the questions sarah answered incorrectly

  96. Math

    Sanja is two yrs than sarah who is 5yrs old thsn sasha. Sasha and sanja makes up 31 how old is sarah

  97. English

    Which of the sentences below using direct address is punctuated correctly? A.Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom, to pick Mom’s birthday present. B.Please come with me, Sarah and Tom to pick Mom’s birthday present. C.Please come with me, Sarah, and Tom

  98. Psychology

    Sarah has noticed at work that office meetings held in the late morning go more quickly than those scheduled after lunch. She tells her boss she'll bet that, if he holds his meetings at 11a.m., the group will spend more time on the agenda and less

  99. math

    Sarah taking a 4 week holiday, Sarah received a payment of $2444. Which represented her holiday loading (17.5%) plus her usual pay over the 4 weeks. Calculate her yearly salary (excluding the 17.5% holiday loading)(1year=52 weeks)

  100. Geometry

    Sarah is filling a glass sphere with decorative sand. The radius of the sphere is 2 inches. Which is closest to the minimum amount of sand Sarah needs to completely fill the glass sphere?

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