1. math

    three students are to be seated in a row of 10 chairs. What is the probability that they will be seated in adjacent seats
  2. Biology Research Paper

    'We are currently in an energy crisis. After food, fossil fuels are humanity's most important source of energy. These resources take millions of years to make. We are currently using the fuels that were made more than 300 million years ago, before the time
  3. Hisrory

    In Cooperative Federalism A. relations between the states and national government are characterized as hostile. B. there is a strict separation between the states and the national government. c. relations between the states and national government are
  4. Hamlet

    This question is in regards to Hamlets to be or not be speech. Historians have noted that some of the most effective leaders in recent history, including some recent Presidents, have not been considered to be especially intelligent. They have made quick
  5. Managerial Econ

    Mirk Labs is a British pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada, and the United States on Zatab (pronounced zay-tab), an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is: Qd=15.0-0.2P Where Qd is annual quantity
  6. English

    You've been put in charge of planning a one-day departmental training seminar with Dr. Melanie Dobler as your speaker. You must make travel arragements for the speaker, reserve a company room large enough for the number of people attending, and requisition
  7. English

    1. Salt Lake City, Utah's capital and largest city, was founded in 1847. 2. Janice and Carla spent the day at the mall. 3. Standard time was adopted in the United States in 1884. 4. The geographic center of the United States is in Kansas. 5. The first
  8. us history

    Robert Fulton's steamboat design had which of these effects on American society? It slowed down the settlement of the Louisiana Territory It produced a rapid increase in immigration from Europe. It made the early industrialization of New England possible.
  9. Math

    the jetstream is a strong wind current that flows across the united states. flying with the jetstream, a plane flew 3,000 miles in 5 hours. Against the same wind, the trip took 6 hours. Find the airspeed of the plane (the speed in still water). My answer:
  10. geology

    Can you answer this please? What kind of climate coincides with the old Cotton Belt in the United States? How would you characterize it? The U.S. Corn Belt coincides approximately with Dfa climate, which is assigned what name in the North American climate
  11. MATH - URGENT!!!

    There are 5 boys and 4 girls in my class. In how many ways can they be seated in a row of 9 chairs such that at least 3 girls are all next to each other?
  12. Algebra 1

    Can someone help me I really don't get this one The table shows the number of trolley buses in operation in the United States during certain years. Describe the rates of change in the number of buses during the time period. (Table) Year 1980 1985 1990 1995
  13. English

    Can you please help me rephrase this paragraph taken from Chapter 5 of Virginia Woolf's "To the Lighthouse"? 1) Mrs. Ramsay has James stand so she can measure a stocking she is knitting against his leg. 2) It is a stocking for the lighthouse keeper's
  14. US Gov

    The greatest source of presidential power is: a. the power to remove members of Congress from office for violating their oath of office. b. the power of referendum. c. politics and public opinion. d. the threat of a veto. e. the power to make political
  15. Help SS

    Which statement best explains the reasoning behind the 2003 Supreme Court decision that allowed a university to consider a applicants race? A.) The demographics of the United States education systems are rapidly changing B.) The increasing diversity in the
  16. history

    how did the expedition of Lewis and Clark influence john Astor. Astor saw a way to make a profit building trading along the route. Astor provided Lewis and Clark's maps to trappers for a large profit. Astor believed he could raise money by providing guides
  17. nullification

    i posted yesturday and the website i was directed to was for the 1800s. i need to know how nullification was still going on in the 1900s, but it can't be jury nullification Did you investigate the states rights' issues during the Civil Rights Movement of
  18. Social STUDIES

    the 15 amendment - ratified in 1870 prohibited states from using race or color as standards for determining the right vote the 19th amendment- ratified 1920 prohibited the states from using gender as a voting qualification the 23 amendment- ratified in
  19. history/ just need someone to read this

    describe the reconstruction period and how is happened and if it had any gains. i have to post this a paragraph at a time. sorry The Reconstruction Period refers to efforts made in the US between 1865 and 1877 to restructure the political, legal and
  20. sci

    Would someone critique my hypothesis? question:Although most salamanders have four legs, the aquatic salamander shown below resembles an eel. It lacks hind limbs and has very tiny forelimbs. Propose a hypothesis to explain how limbless salamanders evolved
  21. Math Functions

    A stock went on the market and began with a start value of $2. After 6 months of being on the market it reached its maximum value of 52$ but then dropped back down to 2$ by the 12th month. Three competing investment firms have come up with the following
  22. Social Studies

    1 - How does one person become a citizen? (Select 2) - a person is born in the United States - a person of foreign birth is granted citizenship after living in the U.S. for 5 years - a person of foreign birth successfully completes the naturalization
  23. Counting and Probability

    There are 5 boys and 4 girls in my class. All of them are distinguishable. In how many ways can they be seated in a row of 9 chairs such that at least 2 boys are next to each other?
  24. 7th grade math vocabulary

    The number of ways 6 people can sit in 6 chairs is the number of________________.
  25. math

    A classroom table is 1 meter wide and 1.75 meters long. How many 39 centimeter chairs can fit around the table?
  26. algebra

    six people are going to be seated in a row of 8 chairs. how many different ways may they be seated?
  27. algebra

    Six people are going to be seated in a row of 8 chairs. How many different ways may they be seated?
  28. algebra

    Six people are going to be seated in a row of 8 chairs. How many different ways may they be seated?
  29. history

    In the english bill of rights only protestants could bear arms for defense , this is different than the United States Bill of Rights were pretty much anyone can bear arms? Is this right? Since the protestants were a religion. Not all the people.
  30. U.S. History

    Should English be declared the official language of the United States? List three effects that you believe such a law would have. Explain your position. i need some help doing this.My position is that i DON'T think English should be declared the official
  31. statistics

    A random sample of 51 of the largest companies in the united states gave the following P/e ratios 11 35 19 13 15 21 40 18 60 72 9 20 29 53 16 26 21 14 21 27 10 12 47 14 33 14 18 17 20 19 13 25 23 27 5 16 8 49 44 20 27 8 19 12 31 67 51 26 19 18 32 Use a
  32. Statistics

    A random sample of 51 of the largest companies in the united states gave the following P/e ratios 11 35 19 13 15 21 40 18 60 72 9 20 29 53 16 26 21 14 21 27 10 12 47 14 33 14 18 17 20 19 13 25 23 27 5 16 8 49 44 20 27 8 19 12 31 67 51 26 19 18 32 Use a
  33. statistics

    A random sample of 51 of the largest companies in the united states gave the following P/e ratios 11 35 19 13 15 21 40 18 60 72 9 20 29 53 16 26 21 14 21 27 10 12 47 14 33 14 18 17 20 19 13 25 23 27 5 16 8 49 44 20 27 8 19 12 31 67 51 26 19 18 32 Use a
  34. American Gov.

    in the case of schenck vs united states justice oliver wendell holmes jr wrote: "the most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man in falsely shouting fire in a theatre and causing a panic." this is an example of what kind of rights? a.
  35. Social Studies

    "If we intend to stay hands off to the powers of europe, then sooner or later we must keep to ourselves" What future US policy toward Latin America is suggested by this quotation from Theodore Roosevelt? I was thinking the answer would be: The united
  36. Statistics

    A random sample of 51 of the largest companies in the united states gave the following P/e ratios 11 35 19 13 15 21 40 18 60 72 9 20 29 53 16 26 21 14 21 27 10 12 47 14 33 14 18 17 20 19 13 25 23 27 5 16 8 49 44 20 27 8 19 12 31 67 51 26 19 18 32 Use a
  37. Cultural Diversity

    Would someone please look over these questions and my answers? If I'm wrong, please let me know. 1. Which one of the following would be considered a sterotype? A. Pacific Coast Indians are drunks. B. Most Central and South American Hispanics have
  38. History

    1) Why was George Washington cautious in all he did as the nation's first president? 1 - Laws he established as president were not reviewed by advisers, so there was no room for error. 2 - There was no vice president who could assume the role of president
  39. health

    All of the following are true regarding smoking EXCEPT: - Smoking inhibits the T cells from working properly in the lungs - Smoking is viewed by many today as being socially unacceptable - Research shows that the nicotine patch is no no more effective than
  40. History -- PLEASE CHECK!

    In the 1980s an alterative music form began developing in Washington State. This music, called grunge, combined elements of punk and heavy metal. Like most new bands, grunge bands started playing in small crowds and slowly became popular. Which of the
  41. geography

    The Alternative for the Americas agreement of the early 2000's is primarily aimed at A. creating a Latin American Union B. inviting foreign investment from Asia C. improving ties with the European Union D. excluding the United States from Latin America My
  42. History

    Can someone please check my history answers/questions? Thank you very much for your help! 1) How did the federal government use tariffs in the late 1800s to help the United States grow into an industrial power? A) to tax U.S. industry as a source of
  43. History--Ms. Sue, Writeacher, Reed??

    Which factor contributed most to the beginning of the women's rights movement in the United States during the mid-1800s? -a dramatic increase in women's participation in the workforce -a shift in social attitudes brought on my increased sectional
  44. social studies

    can someone help me please with these two questions. 1. The utopian communities in America before 1860 were handicapped because they a. were ultimately overcrowded b. were forced to compete with free enterprise c. outlawed by congress d. generally embraced
  45. economics

    Mirks labs is a British pharmaceutical company that currently enjoys a patent monopoly in Europe, Canada and the United States, on Zatab (pronounced zay-tab), an allergy medication. The global demand for Zatab is Qd = 15.0-0.2P Where Qd is annual quantity
  46. English

    Read the following selection from “Winter Mist” by Robert Palfrey Utter. Then, answer the questions that follow. I like pond skating best by moonlight. The hollow among the hills will always have a bit of mist about it, let the sky be clear as it may.
  47. english

    ndicate whether a sentence is a run-on or correct. If the sentence is a run-on, correct it using your knowledge of coordination and subordination. 1. My mother is very politically conservative; she’s written in King George III for president in the last
  48. ss

    You have been reading about the war between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848. It sprang out of a dispute between two countries over the southern border of Texas. The U.S. claimed the Rio Grande as the border, while Mexico claimed the Nueves
  49. Economics

    The nominal interest rate is 12 percent per year in Canada and 8 percent per year in the United States. Suppose that the real interest rates are equalized in the two countries and that purchasing-power parity holds. What can you infer about expected change
  50. social science

    Think about the war between the United States and Iraq. To what degree, if any, did political culture play a role in the decision to go to war, the public’s support of the war, and how public officials discussed the war? Looking at this example, reflect
  51. history

    Type a word document as a one-page letter to be sent to the Cuban and the U.S. governments in which you explain why they should encourage American tourism in Cuba. Explain how it will help the Cuban economy and why that is important to the United States.
  52. social studies,managnent

    Group 1 will represent a major tobacco company like R. J. Reynolds or Philip Morris. . Topic that will be debated is: Should tobacco companies cease and desist all advertising in the United States? Each group should thoroughly research the issues, and come
  53. science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  54. History

    Hello, I have to discuss a topic for my homework. I am having a really hard time finding a discussion starter (for I have a tough time speaking to other people, even if I talk online) The topic today is "discuss Reform Movements." I go to connections
  55. Science

    In the United States, we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source, including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  56. social studies

    Who may declare war? A.President B.Entire Congress C.House of Representatives D.Senate
  57. Social studies

    Which type of commitee must be formed if the House and Senate pass different versions of the same bill?
  58. social studies

    in what ways do the senate an house of representatives work together to pass bills into laws?
  59. math

    A sunday school of 12 members is to be seated on seven chairs and a bench that accomodate five persons . In how many ways can the bench be occupied?
  60. Math

    There will be 240 seats on the lawn for graduation. Show all the ways you can make equal rows of chairs if there are at least 5 rows.
  61. us equality essay edit

    its a rough draft and obviously isnt the entire thing The United States has diagnosed itself as one unified nation, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. So cultivates the question- are the citizens of such an independent country truly free? The
  62. social studies.

    1. What was a boomtown? a. towns that grew quickly near mining sites. ****** 2. The 1862 Homestead Act gave how many free acres of land to any settler who paid a filing fee and who lived on the land for 5 years? c. 160 ****** 3. The last Native American to
  63. algebra

    The United States Department of Agriculture reported in Vegetables and Melons Outlook in 2007 that the average America consumes about 7.4 x 10^3 potato chips in a year. Since Idaho had about 1.5 x 10^6 people in 2007, how many potato chips would Idaho
  64. history

    1.What event led to the U.S. purchase of the Louisiana Territory? A)The burning of a U.S. Navy ship in the First Barbary War B)The U.S. Supreme Court's decision in Marbury vs. Madison C)The successful Haitian slave revolt **D)Napoleon losing money in his
  65. Science

    True or False Louisiana's delta region accumulates sediment slower than it is subsiding. Most urban sewer systems in the United States were built in the late 1900's Sediment cores measured for containment levels have the highest levels of PCB's from the
  66. eth/125

    Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word research paper in which you identify the linguistic, political, social, economic, religious, and familial conventions or statuses of four Hispanic groups living in the United States. Your paper must address Mexican Americans,
  67. math

    All the instructions say is: Applications The United States is China's largest export market. Imports from China grew about 82 billion dollars in 1999 to 152 billion dollars in 2003. Let x=0 correspond to 1990, find the amount of imports in 2006. Can
  68. history

    About the buildings... Why did Thomas Jefferson believe that Classical Revival was more appropriate style than Georgian for public buildings in the new United States? The Classical Revival architecture reflected tha ancient Greek ideals of democracy.
  69. statistics

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would
  70. statistics

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would
  71. Statistics

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.3 years, find the probability that a random sample of 32 U.S. women would
  72. statistics

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.1 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.6 years, find the probability that a random sample of 34 U.S. women would
  73. STATISTICS

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 24.9 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.9 years, find the probability that a random sample of 33 U.S. women would
  74. statistics

    An April 15, 2002 report in Time Magazine stated that the average age for women to marry in the United States is now 25.6 years of age. If the standard deviation is assumed to be 4.1 years, find the probability that a random sample of 30 U.S. women would
  75. Eglish/ grammar revise please

    How can I make this sentence better? I am trying to paraphrase, but the last part of the sentence does not sound good. In the case of Yunis, the United States contended jurisdiction found in section 1203 of the Hostage Taking Statue and section 32 of the
  76. Social Studies

    The United States experienced a recession which lasted for more than a year in the late 2000s. How did this recession most likely affect its trade partners Canada and Mexico? a. Their economies were not affected by this problem. b. They had some economic
  77. English

    this is a paragraph for a paper can someone please check the grammar? Only a small portion of the population in the United States are attending schools, and that small portion are people who really want to stand out and have a life full of joys and
  78. us history

    what challenges face minorities in the united states today? how are minorities dealing with these challenges? I want to understand the question, what does it mean by minorities? - does it mean PEOPLE like ummm immigrants, Latinos, Blacks, or Asians??? and
  79. math

    i posted this yesterday and never received a answer i do really neeed this help need step by step on how you get the answer Aging in the United States In 2050, about of the population will be aged 65 or over and about 1 over 20 of the population will be
  80. US History

    2. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was based on the principle of a. free trade b. collective security c. appeasement d. isolationism B? 4. One sign that the economy might be weakening in the 1920s was a. the failure of many rural banks b.
  81. Social Studies

    "I shall never surrender or retreat. . .I can on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism, and everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid, with all [speed]. . ." ---- William B. Travis How did this message and the events at the Alamo
  82. Social Studies

    "I shall never surrender or retreat. . .I can on you in the name of Liberty, of patriotism, and everything dear to the American character, to come to our aid, with all [speed]. . ." ---- William B. Travis How did this message and the events at the Alamo
  83. crime

    Since 1991, trends seem to indicate improvement with factors involving teenagers in the United States which could translate into a reduction in juvenile crime. Provide an explanation of at least three factors that would support this belief or provide an
  84. Civics

    The fact that the states had to unanimously agree to changing the Articles of Confederation meant that the states would have to begin the process of making changes to the government it didn’t matter how ordinary citizens felt about the Articles of
  85. Math

    Assume that the average annual salary for a worker in the United States is $30,500 and that the annual salaries for Americans are normally distributed with a standard deviation equal to $6,250. Find the following: (A) What percentage of Americans earn
  86. math

    Assume that the average annual salary for a worker in the United States is $30,500 and that the annual salaries for Americans are normally distributed with a standard deviation equal to $6,250. Find the following: (A) What percentage of Americans earn
  87. Social Studies

    Select two groups of Native American people from two different areas within the united states. The areas you can select from include North, West,Southwest, Plains, and East/Southeast. Explain how environmental factors influenced their home and food. So for
  88. U.S. History

    I'm writing a DBQ Essay on Civil War and Reconstruction. The major question is What led the Southern states to secede from the Union in 1860 and 1861? My question is can i include as a thesis to state the civil war has negative effects than positive
  89. Physics

    7. In a meeting room, there are chairs, a table, and people. Which of these things has a temperature a) lower than, b) greater than, or c) equal to the temperature of the air?
  90. science

    In the United States we are fortunate to have an abundant supply of food, and much of this is due to our agricultural technology. However, there are many concerns about our food source including genetically modified crops, the use of more chemicals, and
  91. SPORTS

    What does these colleges have in common... Samford, Georgia, Marshall, Illinois State, Murray State, Cincinnati, UTC besides the same sports? Your question is unclear. Stanford and the others may all be higher education insitutions in the United States. I
  92. Languege

    Which sentence contains an opinion? Thomas Jefferson supported American independence from Great Britain. He was a lawyer in his home state of Virginia. Jefferson authored the Declaration of Independence, the most important document in history. THIS ONE He
  93. ETH/125

    I have to write a final over race and my community and I am having trouble with the introdutcion. The instructions say " Your thesis statement must address racial issues in your local community. Please make sure that you have a well-written introduction.
  94. Algebra 1 (HELP PLEASE!!)

    The United States Mint reported at the end of 2006 that the unit cost of producing and distributing a penny was 1.21 c. What percent of the value of a penny is this cost? What can you conclude about the cost of making pennies? • How can a model help you
  95. World History

    What was significant about the Battle of Dien Bien Phu? The battle proved that the North Vietnamese could defeat the US Army through guerilla warfare. The battle resulted in the withdrawal of the French military from Vietnam. The battle led the United
  96. 8gradeHistory

    Which of the following is the BEST interpretation of the Supreme Court decision in McCullough v. Maryland? a.The federal government cannot tax state institutions. b. States have no power to control federal institutions within their borders. c. States can
  97. Physics

    The United States and South Korean soccer teams are playing in the first round of the World Cup. An American kicks the ball, giving it an initial velocity of 3.6 m/s. The ball rolls a distance of 5.0 m and is then intercepted by a South Korean player. If
  98. Social studies

    How did Spain's refusal to destroy Negro Fort affect Florida? It led General Jackson's troops first invasion of the territory It gave the seminoles an empowered stance against the United States It showed that Spain did not view General Jackson as a
  99. Physics

    The United States and South Korean soccer teams are playing in the first round of the World Cup. An American kicks the ball, giving it an initial velocity of 4.3 m/s. The ball rolls a distance of 5.0 m and is then intercepted by a South Korean player. If
  100. Social Studies

    You have been reading about the war between the United States and Mexico from 1846 to 1848. It sprang out of a dispute between two countries over the southern border of Texas. The U.S. claimed the Rio Grande as the border, while Mexico claimed the Nueves