Which question can be answered by science? A) Which type of candy tastes best? B) Which kind of backpack do students purchase most often? C) Why should we help those less fortunate than us?

41,484 results
  1. Math

    A candy manufacturer makes two types of special candy, say A and B. Candy A consists of equal parts of dark chocolate and caramel and Candy B consists of two parts of dark chocolate and one part of walnut. The company has in stock 430 kilograms of caramel,

  2. Math

    A store owner has 7.11 lbs. Of candy. If she puts the candy into 9 jars, how much candy will each jar contain?

  3. Math

    which of the following sets of data would be represented best in a histogram? A. the number of toys sold in five price ranges. B. The average monthly sales for the Big Toy company. C. The number of each type of candy sold last month D. the temperature at

  4. Math HELPPP

    In a survey of 2000 adults 50 years and older of whom 40% were retired and 60% were pre-retired, the following question was asked: Do you expect your income needs to vary from year to year in retirement? Of those who were retired, 33% answered no, and 67%

  5. Algebra

    Tammy bought a bag of bite-sized candies. A serving of 4 pieces of candy is 165 calories. Part 1 Which equation represents the number of calories, c, in x pieces of candy? A. c=4/165x B. c=165/4x C. c=165x+4 D. c=4x+165 Part 2 How many pieces of candy are

  6. Math

    5.) Simone owns a candy store and wishes to mix strawberry candy worth $2.48 per pound with chocolate candy worth $3.50 per pound to form 17 pounds of a mixture worth $2.96 per pound. Write and solve a system of linear equations to find how many pounds of

  7. Math

    the 64 people who answered "yes" to a question, 6 were male. Of the 70 people that answered "no" to the question, 8 were male. If one person is selected at random from the group, what is the probability that the person answered "yes" or was male?

  8. Math

    5.) Simone owns a candy store and wishes to mix strawberry candy worth $2.48 per pound with chocolate candy worth $3.50 per pound to form 17 pounds of a mixture worth $2.96 per pound. Write and solve a system of linear equations to find how many pounds of

  9. Econ

    The process that produces Sonora Bars (a type of candy) is intended to produce bars with a mean weight of 55 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77 gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Find the test

  10. Science

    Have to answer these in a reflection. Help? How has science evolved over time? How is human ingenuity portrayed in sciences? In what ways have humans shaped science? In what ways has science shaped our lives? What would the world be like without science?

  11. Basic Algebra

    5.) Simone owns a candy store and wishes to mix strawberry candy worth $2.48 per pound with chocolate candy worth $3.50 per pound to form 17 pounds of a mixture worth $2.96 per pound. Write and solve a system of linear equations to find how many pounds of

  12. Math Algebra

    Question:: You are about to take a test that contains questions of type A worth 4 point and of type B worth 7 points. You must andwer at least 5 of type A and 3 of type B, but time restricts answering more than 10 of either type. Intotal, you can answer no

  13. math

    Which is the best buy? Group of answer choices $19.25 for 11 candy bars $15.39 for 9 candy bars $17.30 for 10 candy bars $22.62 for 13 candy bars

  14. Algebra

    For the fundraiser, will sold 225 candy bars.he earns $1 for each almond candy bar he sells and $0.75, how many of each type of candy bar did he sell for the fundraiser? solving systems using elimination

  15. Science

    Which question can be answered by science? A) Which type of candy tastes best? B) Which kind of backpack do students purchase most often? C) Why should we help those less fortunate than us?

  16. ap chemistry

    home / study / questions and answers / science / chemistry / balance the following example of a heterogeneous ... Your question has been answered! Rate it below. Let us know if you got a helpful answer. . Question Balance the following example of a

  17. Discrete Math

    A professor gave his 40 students a test with three questions. Every student answered at least one question. Ten didn't answer the first question. 14 didn't answer the second question. 12 didn't answer the third question. If 18 students answered all three

  18. math

    A teacher prepares a test. She gives 5 objective type questions out of which 4 have to be answered. Find the total ways in which they can be answered if the first 2 question have 3 chioce and the last 3 have 4 choices. I think this a permutation question

  19. READING

    Which line in the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia? A. Line 6 B. Line 7 C. Line 14 D. Line 15 Line 6: and you'll forget all about that broccoli you chop Line 7: Rock candy looks like beautiful glass Line 14: but spinach tastes all gritty and sandy

  20. Reading

    Which line in the poem contains an example of onomatopoeia? A. Line 6 B. Line 7 C. Line 14 D. Line 15 Line 6: and you'll forget all about that broccoli you chop Line 7: Rock candy looks like beautiful glass Line 14: but spinach tastes all gritty and sandy

  21. child care

    I have a questions please 1.An inappropriate science activity for a toddler would be:A:reporting the weather B:caring for pets of the facility C:planting a flower D:watching a science show on TV(I answered B) Thank you for answering my questions

  22. algebra 1

    A very old vending machine accepts only nickels (n) and dimes (d). Candy costs up to $0.50, but sometimes the machine will dispense candy without any coins being inserted into the machine. Which inequality shows all of the ways to obtain a candy bar from

  23. algebra

    A very old vending machine accepts only nickels (n) and dimes (d). Candy costs up to $0.50, but sometimes the machine will dispense candy without any coins being inserted into the machine. Which inequality shows all of the ways to obtain a candy bar from

  24. international trade

    the heckscher- ohlin model question is below.. can anyone explain this question..? The Heckscher-Ohlin model assumes that tastes are the same in Home and Foreign. Suppose now that tastes are different in Home and Foreign. Is it possible for the capital

  25. math

    if you have a bag of chocolate candy, ten are red, 7 are brown, 12 are green, and 9 are blue, what is the probability of you picking a red candy given that you already picked a blue candy and have not replaced it?

  26. Math Counting

    A bowl of candy contains many pieces of candy but only six different types of candy. How many ways can three pieces of candy be removed from the bowl? Assume you can remove one or more pieces of the same type of candy.

  27. Math

    Shelby made $200 from selling candy bars, Large x, candy bars sell for $4 each and smaller y, candy bars for $2 each. Write an equation to represent how many of each type of candy she sold to earn the $200.

  28. English

    Of Mice and Men Question: What does Candy say will happen to him when he is too old to work? How are Candy and his dog similar? How does this make you feel sympathy for Candy?

  29. Analytic Geometry(Math)

    A shopkeeper packages together two types of hard candy: peppermint and cinnamon. Separately, the peppermint candy sells for $1.80/kg and the cinnamon candy sells for $2.40/kg. Determine the amount of each type of candy that is required to make 50kg of the

  30. p

    on this question can you help me please thanks At a restaurant, you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you. Your date thinks it tastes just fine. you may have: A) a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty, whereas your date has an

  31. Psychology

    Need help double checking these tricky psychology questions. I put an asterix (*)next to my answers, Thanks! Which of the following fields is the best example of psychology as a basic science? A-Educational psychology B-industrial organizational psychology

  32. General

    This is a question to everybody: I was just wondering if anyone had any science related questions or things they wonder about that may require experiments. If you have any ideas please mention them. I need this for a science for a science fair project and

  33. math

    Moffett’s Candy Factory makes candy in the shape of cylinders. The net of a cylindrical piece of candy is shown below. two circle with diameter of 4cm each and a rectangle with a lenght of 1.5 cm wha is the total surface area of this piece of candy?

  34. english (gurublue or anyone)

    I'm stumped on what seems to be a fairly easy question that has been asked of me after reading about "Mike Rose". I will summarize the story and provide the question that has given me the mental block. Simple story... Mike Rose as a kid didn't do well in

  35. English

    1. Where is there a candy striper? 2. Where can we see a candy striper? 3. Where is a candy striper from? 4. Where does a candy striper live? 5. What does a candy striper wear? 6. What clothes does a candy striper wear? 7. What kind of clothing does a

  36. Math

    A shopkeeper packages together two types of hard candy: peppermint and cinnamon. Separately the peppermint candy sell for $1.80/kg and the cinnamon candy sells for $2.40/kg. The mixture sells for $2.16/kg. Determine the amount of each type of candy that is

  37. math

    Four friends stopped to eat at a restaurant. After dinner, they paid their bill and noticed a bowl of candy on the counter. Megan starts by taking two pieces of candy, but then goes back for more and grabs a seventh of the candy remaining. Brett took a

  38. math

    How much total pounds of candy does Sam have...1/2,1/4,1/2,1/4,1/8,1/8,1/4,1/2,1/8? How much would he have if he redistributed the candy into bags with equal amounts, how much candy would be in each bag?

  39. math

    A professor gave his 40 students a test with three questions. Every student answered at least one question. Ten student did not answer the first question, 14 did not answer the second question, and 12 did not answer the third question. If 18 students

  40. Fractions

    a bag of candy holds exactly 1/4 pound of candy. How many of these bags can be filled from 9 pounds of candy?

  41. probabilities

    A multiple choice test has 16 questions. Each question has 4 possible answers with only one is correct. Assume that all questions are answered and the probability to answer any question correctly is 0.25. Let X be the number of questions answered correctly

  42. Math

    Dale sent Sasha a 2 II2-pound box of candy. Sasha's little sister ate I;4 of the candy. Sasha's pet poodle ate 1/8 of the original amount. Ifno one else has eaten any candy, how much candy does Sasha have left?

  43. Math

    keith went to the candy store and bought 2/6 of a pound of candy.8/10 of keiths candy was chocolate. how.many pounds of chocolate candy did keith buy?

  44. Economics -- HELP!!!

    Recall the application about price controls and the candy bars. During World War II, the U.S. government imposed price controls to set maximum prices on all different products, including candy bars. How did the candy bar producers respond to maximum

  45. math

    a candy mixture is made from two kinds of candy one kind costs twice as much per kg as the other kind.$10 worth of the less expensive candy is mixed with $8 worth of the more expensive candy to make 7kg of the mixture what is the price per kg of each kind

  46. Computer Programming

    2. Chocolate Delights Candy Company manufactures several types of candy. Design a flowchart or pseudocode for a program that accepts a candy name (for example, "chocolate-covered blueberries"), price per pound, and number of pounds sold in the average

  47. math

    Four friends shared a candy bar. The first friend ate 1/4 of the candy bar, the second friend ate 1/3 of the candy bar, and the third friend ate 1/6 of the candy bar. How much of the candy bar did the fourth friend eat? (Leave your answer as a fraction in

  48. science

    scientific law scientific theory prototype independent variable dependent variable constant variable Part 2-Short Answer- All questions must be answered in 3 complete sentences What are the characteristics of scientific thinking and investigating? 1. 2. 3.

  49. English

    The food tastes good. The food tastes so good. The food tastes rather good. The food tastes great. The food tastes wonderful. The food tastes sour/bitter/salty. The food tastes delicate. ------------------------ Do you have some other expression which

  50. Science

    What is the average summer temperature in the desert biome? Select one: a. 38 degrees celcius b. 48 degrees celcius c. 58 degrees celcius Question 2 Not yet answered Marked out of 1.00 Flag question Question text What is the average winter temperature in

  51. English

    How does galbijjim? 1. It tastes a little spicy but delicious. 2. It tastes both spicy and very good to eat. 3. It tastes somewhat sweet but yummy. 4. It tastes both sweet and yummy. (Are the answers grammatical and can the be used commonly?)

  52. giving up

    i'm depressed that no-one has answered my science question so i'm giving up and i don't care if i fail my science because it will be all googles fault the only thing i know about the xenon 135 is that it's a tennis/squash racket and i needed the element

  53. science help

    Which question could be answered using scientific inquiry? What color shoes should I wear? What kind of music should I listen to? Why do light bulbs burn out? What kind of candy should I eat today? help please

  54. statistics

    The process that produces Sonora Bars (a type of candy) is intended to produce bars with a mean weight of 55 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77 gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Find the test

  55. science

    - bad - ethics - explain - good - limited - observed - scientific methods - tested Science is _________ by what its can ________. For a question or problem to be studied through________, there must be variables that can be ________, meausured, or belief

  56. stat

    the process that produces sonora bars a type of candy is intended to pduce bars with a mean weight of 56 gm. The process standard deviation is known to be 0.77gm. A random sample of 49 candy bars yields a mean weight of 55.82 gm. Test to see wheather the

  57. science

    hello, I am a grade six student. my question is: What are two types of ocean biome? i answered that in a drop quiz by neritic and oceanic. however , my teacher answered that by fresh water and salty water biomes. I am not convinced. The oceans are salty,

  58. Economics

    Hi again! This is a question alot of people will be interested in getting some help with!! Thank you!! Question: Why does trade of any type take place? Illustrate your answer by reference to each of the following a)Market exchange in which price is

  59. Due 2morrow

    Some students pass around a box of candy containing 25 pieces.Kendra took the first piece of candy. Each child takes a piece of candy as the box is passed around. Bob also gets the last piece and may have more than the first piece. How many children are

  60. science

    I was just wondering! I posted a question for you all at 12:01 today. Are you allowed to help me with this type of question? I just wanted to make sure what I will turn in is what my teacher is looking for! This is my first science fair project. Thank You!

  61. Algebra

    I posted this earlier but it didn't get answered. So I'm posting it again with hopes that, this time, it will be answered. Please solve for x: |x-6|>7 I got x=6 as a final answer, but that doesn't make sense because 6 is not greater than 7. Please help!!

  62. English Essay Writing

    I posted my English essay homework on March 17,2008 and no one has answered my question yet. I understand that every question may not be answered but I was just wondering If anyone that was good at Eassy writing could take a look thanks very much

  63. Anonymous -- Science question

    Anonymous -- Please click Post a New Question and then ask your question. Please be specific about the purpose of your science project, your grade, and the type of project that interests you.

  64. math

    Sheryl correctly answered 85% of the questions on her 200-question biology final. Fernando scored a 90% on his 180-question chemistry final. (a) Who answered more questions correctly? ____________________ (b) Who answered more questions incorrectly?

  65. chemsitry

    home / study / questions and answers / science / chemistry / make sure to answer both parts: 1)balance the following ... Your question has been posted. We'll notify you when a Chegg Expert has answered. Post another question. . Question Edit question make

  66. psychology

    At a restaurant,you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you.Your date it tastes just fine.You may have: A)a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty,whereas your date has an elevated taste for sweet and sour B)large concentration of

  67. psychology

    At a restaurant,you bite into a stalk of broccoli and it tastes bitter to you.Your date it tastes just fine.You may have: A)a sensitivity to tastes of bitter and salty,whereas your date has an elevated taste for sweet and sour B)large concentration of

  68. Algebra

    Billy was playing a trivia game. According to the rules, Billy would receive 25 points for each question he answered correctly but would lose 50 points for each question he answered incorrectly. At the end of the game, Billy had a total of 450 points. He

  69. Algebra

    Billy was playing a trivia game. According to the rules, Billy would receive 25 points for each question he answered correctly but would lose 50 points for each question he answered incorrectly. At the end of the game, Billy had a total of 450 points. He

  70. math

    Sheryl correctly answered 85% of the questions on her 200-question biology final. Fernando scored a 90% on his 180-question chemistry final. (a) Who answered more questions correctly? (b) Who answered more questions incorrectly?

  71. English

    1. The food tastes a little salty. 2. The food tastes kind of salty. 3. The food tastes rather salty. 4. The food tastes somewhat salty. 5. The food tastes a bit salty. (Are they all the same and grammatical?)

  72. WRITING(CHOCOLATE BAR)

    our goal is to pick a candy. My candy i picked was Mars Bar. The teacher told us to make 3 claims of our chocolate and then beside those 3 claims we have to write 3 evidences. The 3 evidences are the things im having trouble on. I have my 3 claims already

  73. Algebra 1

    Myrna spent $21.95 on treats to put in Gift of Love boxes for the needy children in her city. A candy bar coasts $0.80 and a bag of trail mix costs $0.65. Myrna bought 7 more candy bags of trail mix than candy bars. How many candy bars did she buy? The

  74. math

    the question is Alyssa ate 3 more than 1/2 as many candy corns as Hayley. If Alyssa ate 17 candy corn, find the number of candy corn Hayley ate? First I thought to do 17-3=14 14x2=28 This was my first thought but then I wondered if you multiplied first

  75. algebra

    20. At a local candy store, Malcolm purchased some 25-cent candies and some 30-cent candies. He spent a total of $4.75. Which equation below describes the number of each type of candy he bought? A25x + 30y = 4.75 Bx + y = (4.75)/(0.25 + 0.30) C25 + x + 30

  76. SOC 101

    Checking my Answers: 1. The Sociological insight can provide which of the following: (Points : 1) Knowledge of group behavior Insight into individual behavior Increased understanding of differences *All of these choices Question 2. 2. Which is the best

  77. math word problem

    Need help setting this up! A corner store has 54 pieces of candy. The number of gumdrops is six less than two times the number of jawbreakers. The number of lollipops is four more than the number of jawbreakers. How many each type of candy?

  78. math

    peter bought a bag of candy. He gave away ten percent of the candy too his wife and the gave three pieces to meg. he gave one forth of what he had left to his friend joe and then ate half of the remaining 18 peaces of candy. How many pieces of candy were

  79. geometry

    in a trivia question ;your team answered 32 out of 40 question correctly. the opposing team answered 16 out of 20 questions correctly. was the ratio of correctly answered quesstions to incorrectly questions the same or different for both teams? explain no

  80. algebra

    myrna spent $21.95 on treats to put in Gift of Love boxes for the needy children in her city. A candy bar coasts $0.80 and a bag of trail mix costs $0.65. Myrna bought 7 more candy bags of trail mix than candy bars. How many candy bars did she buy? this is

  81. Childhood Education

    Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A Math and science B Social studies and science C Cooking and math D Social studies and cooking . I belive the C is the correct answer

  82. english

    the dinner tastes good. dinner- subject tastes- action verb

  83. math

    if you have a jar filled with candy and every time you take one candy out you put the wrapper back into the jar. the wrapper takes 10% of the volume of a piece of candy. How many times will you have to fill the jar before half the jar is filled with candy

  84. program planning

    Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A. Math and science B. Social studies and science C. Cooking and math D. Social studies and cooking

  85. Childhood Education

    Learning to make candy from a recipe would relate most directly to which two of the 13 activity areas? A Math and science B Social studies and science C Cooking and math D Social studies and cooking

  86. Stat

    Of the 64 people who answered "yes" to a question, 6 were male. Of the 70 people that answered "no" to the question, 8 were male. If one person is selected at random from the group, what is the probability that the person answered "yes" or was male?

  87. English

    1. Who are candy stripers? They are teenage volunteer workers. 2. Who are the candy streepers? They are teenage volunteer workers. (Which question is right? Do we have to use 'the' or not? What is the difference between the two question?)

  88. English

    Can you please answer my question? I posted the question before.But nobody gave an answer. It is middle of the Jiskha Homework Help Forum page. Where it says: NAME:KHUSHI SUBJECT:INTERESTING FACT AND CHRISTMAS JUST CLICK ON IT, THEN YOU WILL SEE MY

  89. English-(PLEASE HELP)

    Of Mice and Men. 1. The beginning of the novel includes lots of ladscape info. Describe the setting. (I answered that w/ no problem) Name of place. (I answered this also w/ no problem) What does this place look like? (I don't understand this

  90. math

    john had 1/3 blue candy, 1/4 orange candy, 1/8 green candy. and the rest was orange. What percentage was red?

  91. english

    I am writing a descritive essay about the Mcdonald's Big Mac. I am having trouble coming up with adjectives to describe how it looks, tastes, feels, sounds, and tastes like. Also some adjectives to describe how eating this makes me feel. Can you help?

  92. math

    A man decided to give 12 pieces of candy to each of the girls in his town and 8 pieces of candy to each of the boys. Of the 612 children in his town, only half the girls and three quarters of the boys were allowed to take the candy. How many pieces of

  93. Math

    At a grocery store candy bars are priced 4 for $2.00. LaWanda needs 12 candy bars for a party which equation can be used to find P the total price of 12 candy bars P=12 divided by 2

  94. Algebra

    I want to know if this is correct. the question is: Marissa, Cassidy, and Shante went to a school party. Marissa brought 2 bags of Skittles, and Cassidy brought 3 bags of Skittles. Shante forgot to bring candy to the party. Each bag contained the same

  95. algebra

    A box contains two different types of candy, weighs 10 pounds, and costs $14.55. One type of candy costs $1.50 a pound. The other costs $1.35 a pound. How many pounds of each kind are there?

  96. Math

    i need to know exactly the formula of how to do these types of problems because i have spend seriously over an hour trying to do this one problem. HELP! A dealer mixes candy worth 90 cents per pound with candy worth 65 cents per pound in order to obtain 40

  97. Science

    I have 8 questions and 1 question in the end that I don't need help with. Identify possible variables in the following situations. What variables can affect the sprouting of a bean seed? I think (I didn't answer yet so I'll just go with what I think oh and

  98. Math

    I don't get this question can anyone help? a. Find the unit price for each option shown below. Round to the nearest cent when necessary. Option I: 10 candy bars for $6.75 Option II: 12 candy bars for $7.25 b. Which option is the better buy.

  99. science

    Any topic (writer's choice) Research paper Science 3 pages / 825 words Discipline: Science Type of service: Writing from scratch Format or citation style: APA

  100. 5th grade algebra word problem

    Ron made cookies for the fair. His sister made candy. Four cookies were packaged together, and 6 pieces of candy were packaged together. There were 6 more packages of packages of candy. Write an expression for the number of packages of cookies.____. Then

Pages

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. 7
  8. 8
  9. 9
  10. 10
  11. 11
  12. 12
  13. 13
  14. 14
  15. 15
  16. 16
  17. 17
  18. 18
  19. 19
  20. 20