Critical Thinking/Math

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  1. College Algebra

    Penelope is playing a number game with her sister June. Penelope is thinking of a number and wants June to guess it. Five more thank three times a number is between 23 and 32. Write a compound inequality that shows the range of numbers that Penelope might
  2. calculus

    I've posted this question before and think I've made some progress but it some part of the second answer I got is wrong I've done the first question but I cannot get any farther. I'm so stuck. Please explain or just help me to figure out the next steps. A
  3. order of magnitude estimate

    Which of the following is the best order of magnitude estimate in meters of the height of a mountain? a) 1 m b) 10 m c) 100 m d) 1000 m And your thinking is...? We will be happy to critique your thinking or work. I perosnally think that it is d is that
  4. Algebra

    Penelope is playing a number game with her sister June. Penelope is thinking of a number and wants June to guess it. Five more thank three times a number is between 23 and 32. Write a compound inequality that shows the range of numbers that Penelope might
  5. Math

    Do you know of a good website that can help me with word problems? I want to be able to type in the word problem, get an answer with an explanation of the problem and hoe they got the answer. Sorry! The Internet is wonderful -- but it doesn't do our
  6. sci.

    keeping osmosis in mind, would it be better to soak wilted flowers in distilled water or normal tap water? I was thinking tap but I`m not sure why I`m thinking that. Maybe because tap water has a higher solute concentration that than distilled. i`m not
  7. statistics

    Determine the critical region and the critical values used to test the following null hypotheses: a. Ho: μ = 55 (≥), Ha: μ < 55, α = 0.02 b. Ho: μ = −86 (≥), Ha: μ < −86, α = 0.01 c. Ho: μ =
  8. College Algebra

    Penelope is playing a number game with her sister June. Penelope is thinking of a number and wants June to guess it. Five more than two times a number is between 1717 and 2121. Write a compound inequality that shows the range of numbers that Penelope might
  9. physics

    A 10-kilogram body is constrained to move along the x-axis. The potential energy U of the body in joules is given as a function of its position x in meters by: U(x) = 6x^2 - 4x + 3 The force on the particle at x=3 meters is? Here was my thinking.... U=-W.
  10. statistics

    5. A teacher wishes to compare two different groups of students with respect to their mean time to complete a standardized test. The time required is determined for each group. The data summary is given below. Test the claim at = 0.10, that there is no
  11. chemistry

    Sketch the phase diagram of argon, Ar, from the following information: Normal melting point = –187°C Normal boiling point = ‒186°C Triple point = ‒189°C, 0.68 atm Critical point = ‒122°C, 48 atm Label the triple point, critical
  12. crt 205

    Final Project: Comprehensive Argument Analysis The Opposing Viewpoints Resource Center database at the University Library provides a wealth of arguments to which you can apply your critical thinking skills. Find this database by logging into to the Library
  13. Math

    f(x)=x−9x^(1/3) I need help finding where function increases and decreases. I found the critical numbers which are -3sqrt(3), 3sqrt(3), and 0.
  14. Statistics

    A research center claims that 50% of people believe that drivers should be allowed to use cellular phones with hands free devices while driving. In a random sample of 150 U.S. adults 58% say that drivers should be allowed to use cellular phones with hands
  15. Math

    Find the critical numbers of the function f(x)=x^(1/6)−x^(−5/6)
  16. Math

    Which shapes have more than one line of symmetry? Explain your thinking
  17. math

    how could thinking about 90 tens help you find 1901-297?
  18. math

    Algebra write a mixed number for p so that 3 1/4 x p is more than 3 1/4= I was not sure I was thinking 2 2/3?
  19. Math

    Twice a number c is at least -8. Write it as an inequality. I'm thinking its 2c≥-8 Am I right?
  20. math

    multiplying mixed numbers 4 3/5 x 2/3= 23/5 x 2/3= 46/15? I am not sure it this is right I know that I can't simplify it, so I am thinking that it is 46/15
  21. math

    which expression mean "3 times a number h"? A. 3 x h B. 3 - h C. 3 + h D. 3 divided h I am thinking it is A but not sure?
  22. Math

    Find each sum or difference -1/2 - 3/4 A.-1/6 B.-1/3 C.2/3 D.1/6 Im thinking D. but can someone check for me
  23. Math

    If 4x + y = h then x is equal to? I will be happy to critique your thinking or work.
  24. math

    using comparative thinking which equations are true a.50+64=62+48 b.50+64=62+62 c.50+64=124+52 d.50+64=66+52
  25. math

    I'm thinking of a number, multiply it by itself and then add 6 to the result
  26. Math

    I am thinking of a number When I subtract 15 and multiply the answer by 6, I get 48
  27. Math

    Sorry I was thinking about 10x4 is for the correct answer is 1,000.00
  28. math

    I though 1 doesnt count for odd or am I thinking of another rule
  29. math

    I am thinking of two numbers.What will my number be if their sum is 5 and their product is 6?
  30. math

    how could thinking about 90 tens help you find 1,901 - 297 ?
  31. English

    Read the conversation at a peer review for Ben’s short story. “It seems your central character has a really cool power: being able to hear what others are thinking,” Tom said. “Actually, I think it was more of a jinx,” replied Ben. “Being able
  32. Geometry

    Arpit is thinking of a 2-digit number where the tens digit is twice the ones digit. How many different numbers can Arpit be thinking of?
  33. Math HELP!

    Consider the function y = 3x5 – 25x3 + 60x + 1. Use the first or second derivative test to test the critical points. How many relative maxima did you find? 0 1 2 <--- 3 4
  34. Art Appreciation

    Identify the step of the Critical Process that will require attentive observation as you explore attributes such as lines, color, and symmetry. A) Iconography/Subject Matter B) Medium and Technique C) Form D) Context and Which step of the Critical Process
  35. Math

    Find the critical points, and the points of inflection y= (x+1)^2/x Help me please!!!
  36. psycholog

    When Mitch was learning to drive, he couldn’t imagine how he’d ever remember to steer the wheel, flip on the turn signal, step on the gas pedal, and still manage to keep the car on the road. Now that he has been driving for three years, Mitch’s
  37. critical thinking

    Officials are considering placing the sturgeon on the endangered species list. If such an action is taken, ships, including those that carry goods and produce, will not be allowed to travel on the large rivers in our region that serve as breeding grounds
  38. critical thinking

    Officials are considering placing the sturgeon on the endangered species list. If such an action is taken, ships, including those that carry goods and produce, will not be allowed to travel on the large rivers in our region that serve as breeding grounds
  39. Math

    Find the Pythagorean triple with the following equations: m=2, n=3... I'm thinking its a no solution?
  40. math

    I'm thinking of TWO numbers between 1 and 4 and so are you, what are the odds that we will have ATLEAST 1 number in common?
  41. math

    if x =3 and y = -4, find the value of 8x -10y I will be happy to critique your work/ or thinking on this.
  42. 4th grade math

    how can thinking about 90 tens help you with 1901-297?
  43. Math

    A music CD has a diameter of 4 inches. What is the radius? Explain your thinking.
  44. Math

    Determine the next term of sequence 3,11,19,27,35 is my line of thinking correct 43?
  45. Math

    - square root of 63 is closest to which integer? I'm thinking it would be -8 but that would be -64 is it okay if it surpasses 63 by one?
  46. Math

    Determine which ordered pair is not a solution of y=-5x-4. A (10, -52) B (7, -39) C (-7, 31) D (8, -44) I'm thinking its A but I'm not 100% sure
  47. Federalism

    Which of the following cost clearly illustrates federalism? a.an absolute conarchy b.lappointing Supreme Court justices c.amending the Constitutio d.setting utility rates http://www.answers.com/federalism What do you think? Someone here will critique your
  48. Business

    Assignment for week 5 Given the following information, draw the project network. Compute the early, late and slack times for the project network. which activities are on the critical path have only the start or finish of the activity on the critical path?
  49. Preschool Creative Thinking

    A creative teacher should encourage and accept non-conformist behavior as long as it: a. constructive b. joyful c. age-appropriate d. inoffensive I thinking c, but the word encourage mad me think it might be a, because one should always encourage
  50. Math 110

    Find intervals of increase/decrease and classify all critical points of (a)g(x)=cos(􏰀x/(x2 +9)) (b) f(x)=x5/3 −x2/3
  51. English -critical thinking

    Officials are considering placing the sturgeon on the endangered species list. If such an action is taken, ships, including those that carry goods and produce, will not be allowed to travel on the large rivers in our region that serve as breeding grounds
  52. critical thinking

    Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this Identify and name any rhetorical devices used by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. Identify and name any fallacies used by the
  53. critical thinking

    What would be some good sources to look for these things: rhetorical devices, examples of bias, fallacies, or faulty reasoning, argument good/bad, valid/invalid, or strong/weak and non-factual issues addressed, moral, legal or aesthetic reasoning.
  54. Art Question

    When children draw cross-sections of plants, they are: 1. intergrating science and art (Or) 2. intergrating mathematics and science Lordy. Surely you have some thinking on this, this question hardly stimulates the cerebral cortex. Did you mean integrating?
  55. Critical Thinking

    Since it is the very nature of terrorism not only to cause immediate damage but also to strike fear in the hearts of the population under attack, one might say that the terrorist were extraordinarily successful, not just as a result of their own efforts
  56. Math

    I skakeboard 5 blocks west abd 8 miles north to get to my friend's house. Each block is 1/8 in length. How far does it take me to travel in a round trip to my friend's house? A mile is 5,280 feet and 1/8 mile is 660 feet. I am thinking 8 x 660 =5,280 or 1
  57. Math

    Find the critical numbers of the function. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list. If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) f(x)=x^(4/5)(x − 6)^2
  58. Critical thinking

    Evaluate the following argument. In your evaluation you should address whether each premise is acceptable or unacceptable, providing the condition of premise acceptability/unacceptability, indicate the nature of each inference (deductive or inductive), and
  59. math

    Explain mentally which fraction would be the larger. Use two different types of thinking for each problem. A. 4/5 or 8/9 B. 3/5 or 3/8
  60. math

    Prove that the limit as n approaches infinity of ((n!)^2)/(2n)! is 0. I'm thinking that you have to use the squeeze theorem, but I'm not quite sure how. help please?
  61. Math Help

    How is this problem done? it's not coming out right for me. solve for c: x = p(1/a + m/c) cax=pc+ ma c(ax-p)=ma then divide by ax-p check my thinking.
  62. math

    Select the approximate values of x that are solutions to f(x) = 0, where f(x) = -5x2 + 7x + 4. a.{–0.44, 1.84} b.{-5, 7} c.{–1.40, –0.80} d.{–1.25, 1.75} For some reason, I am thinking it is -5,7
  63. Math

    Simplify p^-4+m p^2m)^-4 --------------- (p^-4)^-m I was thinking that you multiply exponents here and I came up with 2 possible answers. Any help is appreciated. Thanks p-16m + 16 p-8m – 4
  64. Math

    I need help finding the greatest common factor between these two expressions 3u^3x^5y^8 and 21u^6x^5 I was thinking 7u^3y^8
  65. math

    did perimeter and area of rectangles change in the same way it does for squares explain your thinking
  66. Math

    If two trapezoids have the same area, do they always have the same perimeter? Explain your thinking with words and diagrams.
  67. Math

    Is it possible to differentiate (60-x)/1.2? I'm thinking the answer would be 1/0 which is not possible but I just want to make sure. No problem. Just do a little algebra first. f(x)= (60-x)/1.2 = 50 - (5/6) x The derivative is df/dx = -5/6 How did you get
  68. math

    write as an algebraic expression five trips of x mileseach, plus another 5.8 miles. i am thinking 5 x + 5.8
  69. math

    write as an algebraic expression five trips of x mileseach, plus another 5.8 miles. i am thinking 5 x + 5.8
  70. Maths I NEED AN ANSWER ! THE 6 IS ALL I KNOW!!!

    Angel is thinking of a number. All its digit are even numbers. The sum of its digit is 18. The digit 6 stands for sixty. The smallest of the three digits is in the tenths place. The greatest of the three digit is in the ones place. What number is Angel
  71. Sociology

    I'm trying to double check my answers. These are the answers I believe to be correct. Please let me know if I am right or wrong. Thank you. . Networking has (Points : 1) a) Increased in importance b) Rely upon electronic communication c) Rely upon personal
  72. Meical Office procedures

    I don't know if anyone is familiar with this or not, but i just need someones opinion. I have a critical thinking question and if a patient paid the office $125 for a bill; however the office then realized the insurance already paid $112 dollars. When the
  73. Calculus

    Consider a differentiable function f having domain all positive real numbers, and for which it is known that f'(x)=(4-x)x^-3 for x>0. A. Find the x-coordinate of the critical point of f. Determine whether the point is a relative maximum, a relative
  74. maths

    evaluate; square root of 0.25 x 10 neg.6 I will be happy to critique your thinking. Is this a test question? I will be happy to critique your thinking. Is this a test question? yes
  75. english

    The world we have created Read the saying by Albert Einstein. How do you understand its meaning? Write 100-120 words of explanation. You may also refer to what the other participants write and agree or disagree with their opinion. You may score up to 15
  76. SAT's and ACT's

    How to pass the SAT's and ACT'S for the John Hopkins Talent Search? Here are the grade chart. Awards Ceremony Eligibility Chart (valid for students who tested by June 30, 2011) SAT Grade 7 Math >=550 or Critical Reading >=550 ACT Grade 7 Math >=21
  77. math

    Solve. 15x – 2(6x – 0.865) = 2x + 0.365 We will be happy to critique your work or thinking.
  78. Math

    Ok I am lost I need help. Describe how you can use a generic rectangle to multiply two numbers. Give an example. I'm just thinking of 22×35
  79. math

    A person who looks at a sequence of 14, 12, 10, 8 and decides that the next two terms are 6 and 4 is doing deductive thinking. True False
  80. hca 415

    U.S. Health Care System Critical Issues The size, scope, and complexity of the U.S. health system makes it difficult to deliver quality care to all of its citizens. What do you believe are the three most critical issues facing the health care system in the
  81. Math

    Find the critical values of P(x) p(x)= (28+x)(8-x/4) the answer was p=244-7x+8x-x^2/4 p=-x^2/4 + x + 244 p'= -x/2 +1 = 0 X=2 My question is, I do not understand how they got -7x + 8x at the beginning. I know (28)(8)=244 but I do not get the rest.
  82. Math-Calc

    f(r)=r/(10r^2+7) find the critical numbers. I found the derivative to be -10r^2+7/(10r^2+7)^2 and now I am stuck. What do I do next?
  83. Chemistry

    2. You have a sugar solution (solution A) with concentration x. You pour one-fourth of this solution into a beaker, and add an equivalent volume of water (solution B). a) What is the ratio of sugar in solutions A and B? b) Compare the volumes of soutions A
  84. statistics

    what is a critical value
  85. critical thinking

    how can a person distinguish between the prejudicial and nonprejudicial use of rhetorical devices? Please check these previous answers to this question. http://www.jiskha.com/search/search.cgi?query=rhetorical+device How can a person distinguish between
  86. Math

    Find the critical numbers of the functions: F(x) = x^(4/5)(x-4)^2 f(θ) = 2cosθ +sin^2(θ)
  87. English

    I'm writing a comparison paper on artworks and I'm just thinking either to write about two women painting (European/modern women) OR two churches Gothic/Romanesque). Which one do you think will have more visual/background information? I was thinking to
  88. Calculus

    Give an example of a function with a critical point that is neither a maximum nor a minimum. Specify the relevant point(s). This is what I have and this is what I got wrong... A function with a critical point that is neither a maximum nor a minimum would
  89. Math

    I need a real life example for Domain and rang I was thinking like A heart beat machine but how would I explain it....
  90. math

    If a line whose x- and y- intercepts are equal does not pass through the origin, then its slope must be A. 0 B. 1 C. -1 D. undefined I'm thinking it's 0, I don't know though.
  91. Math

    I am thinking of a numbet. If you add 3, then subtract 6, then divide by 2, and finally multiply by 4, the result is -8. What is the number
  92. math

    If a line whose x- and y- intercepts are equal does not pass through the origin, then its slope must be A. 0 B. 1 C. -1 D. undefined I'm thinking it's 0, I don't know though.
  93. crithical thinking

    Critical Analysis Forms Fill out one form for each source. Source 1 Title and Citation: 1 Identify the principal issue presented by the source. 2 Identify any examples of bias presented by the author. If none exist, explain how you determined this. 3
  94. English

    Why does Douglass state that “education and slavery were incompatible with each other”? There wasn’t time for slaves to go to school; they had too much work to do Being educated meant that slaves might question their existence and try to escape
  95. Please check my Calculus

    1. Find all critical values for f(x)=(9-x^2)^⅗ A. 0 B. 3 C. -3,3 D. -3, 0, 3 E. none of these I got D. I found the derivative and solved for critical numbers. 2. Find all intervals on which the graph of f(x)=(x-1)/(x+3) is concave upward A. (negative
  96. Speech

    Hi so I have a speech and we have to create a hand gesture and come up with a definition for it. I chose the word fire, but I'm having issues thinking about when it could be applicable in everyday life. I was thinking about if there is a fire and someone
  97. Calculus

    Consider the function g(x) = sinxcosx. a. Find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of g at (pi/3, sqrt3/4). b. Find the critical number(s) of g on the interval [0, 2pi]. Does the function have a relative minimum, relative maximum, or neither at
  98. Critical Thinking

    I am in week 7 and after week 5 and 6 am doubting my self on my homework that is due tommorrwo can you look to see if this is actually an argument the conclusion indicators were not as apparent in this reading this week. In fact, well after it was
  99. critical thinking

    Hi Everyone! Please post a substantive response to the following discussion questions by clicking on Reply: Euphemisms: seek to mute the disagreeable aspects of something or to emphasize its agreeable aspects Advertisers, even the media, will use
  100. Gr 11 Math Problem

    Bob got the following marks in each category for his math test. Knowledge: 15/15 Application 8/9 Thinking 5/7 Communication 3.5/4 Given that Knowledge is weighted as 35%, while the others are 15% what was his total mark? (Average)