Now, let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You have to solve the problems. Are you finished? Then, I'll check the answers. Look at the answers on the blackboard. Check your answers.
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algebra
Hi can someone plz help me check my answers? 1.Which of the following expressions has three factors?(1 point) A. x+y−4 B.5(p+6)(q−4)***** C.2(7−b) D.(d−3)(c+9) 2.How many factors does the expression (17−r) have? A.one B.two C.three***** D.four

language arts
Read the excerpt from The Odyssey. He saw the townlands and learned the minds of many distant men, and weathered many bitter nights and days in his deep heart at sea, while he fought only to save his life, to bring his shipmates home. But not by will nor

Math
11. Which of the following expressions is true? A. 4^3 * 4^4 = 4^12 B. 5^2 * 5^3 > 5^5 C. 3^2 * 3^5 > 3^10 D. 5^2 * 5^4 < 5^8 12. Which of the following expressions true? A. 2^4 * 2^3 = 2^12 B. 3^3 * 3^6 > 3^8 C. 4^2 * 4^2 > 4^4 D. 5^5 * 5^2 = 5^10 I think

physical help
a student in your class gets picked on by other students. He says its okay because that means the other students like him. This is an example of? select all that apply 1. a coping strategy 2. a defense mechanism 3. a learned emotion 4. a primary emotion 2.

math
I'm doing a portfolio in math rn and i need help, fast please. Lesson 11: Solving Inequalities by Multiplying or Dividing. Grade: 7 Versatile Distributive Property Portfolio Directions: Your family is having a day without technology. No calculators, cell

Math
Solve the equation for d 0.2(d6)=0.3d+53+0.1d I had d=16 Work: 1. distribute 2. 0.2d1.2=0.3d+53+0.1d 3. 0.2d=0.4d+3.2 4. 0.2d=3.2 5. divide 6. d= 16 I even did a check 0.2(d6)=0.3d+53+0.1d 0.2(166)=0.3(16)+53+0.1(16)

algebra (check answers)
1. what equation represents the following word sentence? the quotient of a number b and 0.3 equals negative 10 i think it's b/0.3 = 10 2. which equation is equivalent to the following equation? 3/4x + 1/8 = 3/8 a. 3/4x = 3/8  1/8 b. 3/4x = 3/8 +

algebra
the question says: the yearbook committee is distributing yearbooks to students by class. Each class has approximately the same number of students. The table shows number of volunteers who helped to distribute the yearbooks to each of the four classes and

English
1. Get out the rubber ball, we’re in solitary confinement. [Is this sentence grammatical?] 2. Put/place your handouts facedown on the desk. 3. Make the paper facedown on the desk. 4. Have the paper facedown on the desk. [Which one is grammacal? Do you

COM/155
For this project, I had to write 5 clear, concise, well written sentences about what I've learned this week. Do these sentences look correct to you? One of the most important lessons I have learned is to stay away from using vague or inappropriate words in

Math
Complete the expressions so that the expressions have the same value. 1.62÷ 16.2÷ ÷ 0.008 ÷ 0.08 Question 2 Item 13 Question 1 Complete the expressions so that the expressions have the same value. 1.62÷ 16.2÷ ÷ 0.008 ÷ 0.08 There are actually two

English Expressions
1. She has a ponytail. 2. She has pigtails. 3. She has braids. 4. She has long curved hair. 5. She has short wavy hair. 6. He has medioumlength straight hair. 7. He has averagelength curved blond hair.  Are the expressions above

SpanishHelp
We learned different timeframes in We learned timeframes in Spanish today and I'm stuck with my homework.Please check 1.Yo pedí un taco el restaurante anteayer. I ate a taco in the restaurant the day before yesterday. 2.Bebí un batido en el Mexican

algebra
Why is it important to simplify radical expressions before adding or subtracting? How is adding radical expressions similar to adding polynomial expressions? How is it different? Provide a radical expression for your classmates to simplify. Consider

English
Now, let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You have to solve the problems. Are you finished? Then, I'll check the answers. Look at the answers on the blackboard. Check your answers. How many students

English
1. You have to go to the 'print room' to bring the handouts. You have to distribute them to the people. 2. You have to go to the 'printing room' to bring the handouts. You have to distribute them to the people. (Which expressions do we have to use, 'print

English
You are going to take a quiz. I'll distribute exam papers. You should write down the answers. Fill in the blanks with suitable expressions. Take one and pass the others to the other students. First write down your number and name on the top of the paper.

English
1. We shouted good expressions together with the sash around the upperbody at the beach. 2. I learned how to use ropes when we go down a cliff in a mountain. 3. We got together and learned new songs accoring to the guitar sound of the leader. 4. We cleaned

English
Listening to the explanations of the sports, let's play the quiz game. You should work in pairs. I will distribute sheets of paper. One should read the explanation of a sport. Then the other should guess what sport it is. Read all the explanations of the

English
Posted by rfvv on Saturday, May 22, 2010 at 2:09am. 1. How about goind economics camp? 2. How much did you spend? I bought a $50 shirt and a $5 socks. (Would you check the expressions? Please correct incorrect expressions?) English  SraJMcGin, Saturday,

Fused Sentence
How do I rewrite this sentence using the fused sentence format? See below The creature sat upright and tugged at the shackles binding his ankles, Frankenstein uttered a piercing scream. Check this site for ideas about how to rewrite that sentence. Then

English
She is going to get off at the airport in America. She is going to get to the airport in America. She is going to meet some of her friends in America. She is going to fly in the airplane. She is going to get off on the trap in the airplane.

math
Shopping: Tax Situation: You are purchasing four items and want to calculate the tax. The items cost $2.50, $8.75, $3.00, and $10.25. The tax rate is 6%. How much is the tax? Calculation With Distribution (Show all steps.) Calculation Without Distribution

English
Read the expressions in a loud voice. Read the expressions in a soft voice. Read the expressions loudly. Read the expressions out loud. Read the expressions aloud. Read the expressions loud. Read the expressions softly. Read the expressions in a low voice.

English
If you answer the question correctly/correct, you will receive a point card which is the same as one point. If you answer the question wrongly/wrong, you won't get a point card. After you get the point card, wirte down your name and number on the back on

English
Describe the picture using the following expressions. (There are some English expressions in a colored box.) 1. How much juice is there in the glass? There is a little juice. 2. How much water is there in the cup? There is a little water in the cup. 3. How

English
"A friend in need is a friend indeed!" is the life lesson that my father taught me. I learned from him that we should try hard to help others. He always wanted me to be a good friend who can help friends in need. (Is this passage grammatical? Would you

Math someone please help
Which pair of expressions has the same value? A. (2)(6) and 4 + (16) B. (2)(6) and 4 + 16 C. (2)(6) and 16 + (4) D. (2)(6) and 4  16 I chose D can someone check me?

English Expression
Let's write a thankyou card to a teacher. 1. Prepare a big drawing paper. 2. Using the expressions below, each of you writes a greeting to a teacher in English on a small card. 3. Each gathers a card and make a shape, and then paste it on a drawing paper

English
1. What are the means of public transportation in our country? 2. What does the color on the subway map mean? 3. Find and write down the sentences which are the reasons for the following sentences from the reading text. 4. Draw a line between the picture

AE is this correct?
Most schools and classrooms in the United States have ELL students. Now is the time for you to begin thinking and planning for what you will do to make sure ELL students in your classes are successful learners. Make your top ten list of steps to take to

English
Q1: What is there in the classroom? Q2: What's there in the classroom? Q3: What is in the classroom? Q4: What are in the classroom? 1. There is an LCD TV in the classroom. 2. There are an English textbook and a pencil case on my desk. 3. There are a lot of

English
Date: Jun 12th, (Friday) 9:00  17:00 Place: Teachers' Training Center on the Second floor. People: 16 native speakers and Korean English teachers are supposed to be at the Teachers' Training Center. Title: 2009 Native speakers Cooperative Calss Intensive

Math 5th grade
Mr. Player owns two dozen stores that sell sports equipment. Mr. Player buys sports equipment in large numbers because the cost is less. Mr. Player keeps the sports equipment he buys in a warehouse. It is baseball season and Mr. Player needs to send

algebradistributive
how would you do this prob. negative4(5y+6) = negative 7y+3 thanks. happy halloween I'm going to assume your problem is this: 4  (5y + 6) = 7y + 3 If that's the case, distribute the negative over the terms in the parentheses first: 4  5y  6 = 7y +

English composition
I bought a pedometer on the Auction site online, so I can measure my steps. If I walk for 10,000 steps a day, it will be helpful for my health. This product was made in China, and it is 1,500 won. It is inexpensive. Because I can check how many steps I

Document and Visual Design
Question 30 Which traditional visual aids combine the advantages of posters and dryerase boards? Transparencies Posters Dryerase boards Handouts 32.Which traditional visual aids must be correctly placed upright before you use them? Transparencies

English
procedure: Formative Test Now. let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You should pick up a handout on the table. You have to fill in the blanks with suitable expressions. Are you finished. Two minutes

English
Formative Test Now, let's check how well you can use the expressions you've learned. I will distribute handouts. You have to solve the problems. You will have 5 minutes. Are you finished? Then, I'll write down the answers. Look at the answers on the

English
1. I learned about some Chinese expressions and Chinese cultures. 2. I learned about the length of the Great Wall of China. 3. I leaned Chinese songs. 4. I learned that China has a long history. (Do we have to use 'had'?) 5. I learned that Chinese people

English
1. I went to Children's Grand Park. I rode a roller coaster. I learned how to ride some play things. 2. I went to China with my family. I visited the Great Wall. I learned the history of the Great Wall. 3. I went to the English Summer Camp. I met new

algebra
Can someone plz check my answers. Thank you!Which of the following 1.expressions has more than two terms? A.3x+2yz B.a−b+13c******* C.(14m)(13n) D.17fgh 2. List a similarity between the expressions q−6rst+3 and 6qr−7st. A.Both expressions have a

Math
what you have learned about rational expressions and their applications, and then consider how you might apply rational expressions to your daily life. Explain this application, and discuss what the equation might be. Did the study of these types of

English
After you solve the cross word puzzle, using the answer words, complete the dialogue between a teacher and a student. Look at the first row, Across one starts with 's.' Down four contains one r. What is the suitable word for Down 1? Across 6 ends with l.

English
1. How about goind economics camp? 2. How much did you spend? I bought a $50 shirt and a $5 socks. (Would you check the expressions? Please correct incorrect expressions?)

MATH
Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions there are two problems I get stuck with towards the end. 1) 5n/3 + 4n/3 5n+4n/3 9n/3 now i get stuck, i think that I must factor it more but i am unsure, my teacher said I incorrectly distribute the signs? 2)

English
1. When you talk about the purpose of a thing, what expressions do you use? 2. What expressions do you use when you talk about what you do well? 3. Have a conversation about your classmates' specialties with your partner. 4. After thinking about yourself,

English
1. The best thing (that/which) I've learned this year was something about myself. (Which one was missing in the parentheses, that or which? Are both expressions can be used?) 2. The best thing I've learned this year is the Korean language. ( I've leanred

English
1. We did the cleanup activities near the Nakdong River. 2. We picked up garbage at Haeundae Beach. 3. We picked up trash and put it into a plastic bag. 4. We mopped the floors of the building. 5. We sweeped the floor and cleaned it with a mop. 6. We

English
Project 1. Decide the place which you want to introduce to foreigners among the region you live. 2. Paste a picture or photo of the place. 3. draw a rough sketch of the place and write a guideline passage from the nearest station or bus stop. 4. Pretend

English
It's time to do the group activity. I'll let you know how to do the activity. Leader, I will give you pictures. You should put the pictures face down on the table. Do not let your members see the pictures. You should pick up a picture and show the picture

Science
Instinct differs from learned behavior in that instinctive behavior: A. does not change; learned behavior does. B. is acquired; learned behavior is genetic. C. is adaptive; learned behavior is not. D. All of these answers are true. is it A 2. The carrying

English
Let's survey your family members' TV viewing habits. 1. Find out TV programs your family like most. 2. Investigate how many hours they watch TV. 3. Each gathers the investigation result, and compares how different their family members' favorite TV

Algebra
Hello. It's the beginning of the school year, and I've quite forgotten what I learned in PreAlgebra...The question in the text book is this : Simplify each pair of expressions. 1. 36  8 ÷ 2 (36  8) ÷ 2 There are several problems like the one above.

English
1. Animals give out information and show their feelings in different ways. (What is the meaning of 'give out' here? What other expressions can we use instead of 'give out'? Is it 'distribute'?) 2. Bees dance and tell other bees where to find food. (What is

English
Playing the dice game, have a conversation about what you must do and what you must not do at each place. After that write down the rules as in the example. You should work in pairs. One should roll the dice and according to the number on the dice, he

math
What is the line of thought or sequence of thought for solving simple algebraic expressions? When I'm asked to solve the expression (5k)k^3....first I check with my list of exponent rules, and there are always a few that could be used to solve the

math
Mr. Howard wrote the following expressions on the board in order to determine which expressions are equivalent and how they are equivalent. 60x+24, 3(20x+8, 4(15x+6) Explain which of these expressions are equivalent using properties of operations, and then

math
Mr. Howard wrote the following expressions on the board in order to determine which expressions are equivalent and how they are equivalent. 60x+24, 3(20x+8, 4(15x+6) Explain which of these expressions are equivalent using properties of operations, and then

English Expression
Let's write a thankyou card to a teacher. 1. Prepare a big drawing paper. 2. Using the expressions below, each of you writes a greeting to a teacher in English on a small card. 3. Each gathers a card and make a shape, and then paste it on a drawing paper

Science
Label the following inherited or learned Sea turtle laying eggs on a beach=inherit Seal balancing a ball on its nose=learned Spider weaving a web=inherit Birds flying in a vshape=learned Dogs rolling over= learned A lion returns to the same place everyday

mathematics
Jarrod wrote two numerical expressions. 1005x2 (1005) x 2 His expressions use the same numbers and operations. Explain how these expressions are different.

Math
Which of the following expressions is true? A. 4^3 * 4^5 5^5 *** D. 3^2 * 3^4 = 3^2 Which of the following expressions is true? A. 8^3 *8^2 3^5 D. 2^2 * 2^6

English Expression
Lesson objective We can learn the right life attitude through school life. Let's learn the expressions necessary in school life. Communication Functions a. Asking after. b. Describing the fact c. Asking dislikes Are you leading a merry school life? In our

English Expressions
Will you check the following English sentences? 1. Paying attention to the intonation mark, listen carefully. (Do I have to use 'mark'?) 2. Put your tongue between your upper teeth and lower teeth, and say th by letting the air over your tongue abruptly.

English Expressions
I'd like to know some expressions which a child use when he or she is at the bathroom or goes to the bathroom. For example, Nature calls me...etc. Would you let me know some more expressions? Such expressions wouldn't seem to be graceful.

English
1. Listen to the following chant carefully. 2.Sing the chant together to the rhythm. 3. Make groups of five and using the following expressions, make a chant. 4. Group by group sing the chant.  Are the expressions above correct? Would you

English
Let's work in pairs. Say the specialty of your friend you know well to your partner. Use the following pattern. * I have a friend who ___________. For example, if one of your friends swims very well, say to your partner,"I have a friend who can swim very

English
I worked hard with my mother in the fields. It was hard work, but I learned a lot about farming.  In the passage, what does 'it' refers to? What is the part of speech of 'a lot'? Does 'a lot' modify 'learned' or is 'a lot' the object of

history
Who was the only US President to be granted a patent and what was this for? I've just learned something. :) Check this site. http://inventors.about.com/od/lstartinventors/a/Abraham_Lincoln.htm

English
Bingo Game Let's play the bingo game. There are six expressions on the right of the bingo board. You should write down each expression in the box on the bingo board at random. After that I will read English sentences one by one. You have to draw a circle

math
Could someone check these questions for me? Please? My answers are under the questions... Questions~ 1. Solve:  x  = 6 6=6 and 6=6 x must be 6 or 6 2. Solve:  x + 7  = 12 (x+7)=12 and (x+7)=12 x+7=12 and x7=12 x= 5 and 19=x The the solution

English Grade 10
How can I improve my thesis for a comparative essay: Although both ¡°All is Calm¡± and ¡°The Bicycle¡± portray love and problems between family members, the protagonists in the stories experience drastically different journeys and each learned

English Expression
Let's find out how Parents' Day is different from country to country, and let's learn the expressions related to congratulation or praise. O Answering praise O Saying one's own opinion O Answering praise or congratulation How do you express the mind of

Algebra 2
Can someone check my work please? I tried my best on all the problems but I still don't understand excluded values and how to simplify rational expressions. Thank you in advance for any help! 1)6x^5/2x^3 6/2 = 3 3x^5/x^3 x^5x^3 = x^2 3x^2/1 2) (2x+4)+(x^2

Academic English
Hello! For my first task, I have to reflect on these two questions from a University seminar. I answered the questions below. Please let me know if I have answered them well enough. what does it mean to "learn" something? To "learn" something means to gain

Algebra please help
Lisa evaluated the expressions 2x and x squared for x=2 and found that both expressions were equal to 4. Lisa concluded that 2x and x squared are equivalent expressions. How could you show. Lisa that she is incorrect? Please help explain thanks

English
* I try to make a better world by _______________. 1. recycling used materials. 2. building some senior centers after I become wealthy. 3. inventing useful robots that can do a good job for the world. 4. becoming the President of our country. 5. making our

English
Could you please check if everything is correct? Thank you. 1) Thank you very much for having your students send email to their Italian partners. 2) Tomorrow I will distribute the emails to my students so that they can start the partnership. 3) Four more

Lan
Spend a few moments reviewing the revising strategies you have learned. Apply what you have learned! Write the final draft of your autobiographical essay.

English
1. We learned how to give first aid to an injured person. 2. We practiced CPR. (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) 3. We practiced how to help people in danger. 4. We practiced how to help the handicapped. 5. We practiced how to take care of the sick. 6. We

Dividing Rational Expressions
x^38/x^24 divided by (x^2+2x+4)/(x^3+8). This becomes ((x2)(x^2+2x+4)/(x+2)(x2) times ((x+2)(x^22x+4))/(x^2+2x+4). I understand that (x2)(x^2+2x+4)=(x^38) when I distribute it, however, if I didn't have the help of my book, I'd have no clue how to

Math
Can anyone help me on simplifying algebraic expressions like this one 7(7+5f)+(f+6)10 It has been a while since I learned this so I don't remember this

derivative
find the first and second derivatives of (Ax^2+Bx+c)e^(3x) should i distribute e^3x into the prenthesis? or is there an easy way.... b/c when i distribute it i get a long answer..... for i get yp'=2Axe^3x+e^3xAx^2+Be^3x+e^3xBx+e^3x+ce^3x is that

English
On summer vacation, I went to Spo1 Park. I went there by car. In the swimming pool of Spo1 Park, I enjoyed swimming and learned how to swim on my back (how to swim the backstroke, how to do the backstroke). It was not easy to swim on the back. I always

algebra
How do you simplify (4x^3y^5)^2? are you using the carrots for symbolising "the power of..." or fractions? if i know what your using them for then i can help you. yes. 3^2=9 okay. then it would help to put the exponents out of the parenthesis:

grammar
as the title of a song, which is correct; "I've Learned From You" "I've Learned from you" "I've Learned From you" "I've Leared from You"

Math
Elisa has 50 invitations to distribute to her neighbors over three days. She distributes 12 on the first thing and, i, invitations on the second day. Which expression can best be use to find the number of invitations left to distribute on the third day

Math
I've learned some roman numbers, can you please check if I got them right? 110: 1: I 2: II 3: III 4: IV 5: V 6: VI 7: VII 8: VIII 9: IX 10: X

English
What do you want to do this weekend? 1. I want to chat with foreigners in chat rooms. I also want to take a bath. 2. I want to visit my uncle's in New York. I also want to play with my uncle's sons. 3. I want to exchange message on Kakao Talk. I also want

PreAlgebra(please check)
Please check these simplified expressions(my answer is after the ;) 4(2k6)8(33k); 16k(48) 9+(2k)+(4)6k; 8k+5 x+4x(8x)9+2x+1; 13x+(8) 5(3x+6)+8x; 7x+30 8+6x+48x; 2x+12 5(m3)+4m10; 9m+5

English
1. We learned how to use the right be verbs. 2. We learned how to use the verbs be right. 3. We learned how to use the be verbs right. 4. We learned how to use the verb be right. ===================== Which ones are correct grammatically?

Tricky Math Question
15, 10, 13, 14 There are four bags of marbles. One of them contains 15, one of them contains 13, one contains 10, and the other one contains 14 marbles. If I remove three marbles (must be three) and distribute one each of the other bags, that would be ONE

English expression
The family is the base unit of our society. Let's learn the expressions of understanding family relationship and of introducing family. 1. Realistic Information(family) 2. Comparison 3. Describing the fact How do you describe other persons' appearances?

Tricky Math Question
18, 9, 12, 15 There are four bags of marbles. One of them contains 18, one of them contains 9, one contains 12, and the other one contains 15 marbles. If I remove three marbles (must be three) and distribute one each of the other bags, that would be ONE

pHI 103
imagine someone asks you what you learned in your logic classand what you found to be the most useful information you learned there?

logical
Imagine someone asks you what you have learned in your logic class and what you found to be the most useful information you learned there

Calc.
Evaluate the indefinite integral. Please check my work? Not sure if I am doing this correctly. S= integral symbol S x^3*sqrt(x^2 + 1) dx u = x^2+1 x^2= u  1 du = 2xdx du/2 = xdx 1/2 S x^2 * x sqrt (x^2 + 1) du 1/2 S (u  1) * sqrt (u) du multiply square

English
1. He has learned Chinese this year. 2. He has learned Chinese for three months this year. (Is the meaning of "has learned' the same in #1 and #2? If it is November, does #1 mean that he is learning Chinese in Novemver? How about in #2?)

LA
THE BED FELL AND STOLEN DAY WHO LEARNED THE MOST AND WHO LEARNED THE LEAST