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  1. physics

    Sue and Jenny kick a soccer ball at exactly the same time. Sue’s foot exerts a force of 52.7 N to the north. Jenny’s foot exerts a force of 91.8 N to the east. a) What is the magnitude of the resultant force on the ball? b) What is the direction of the
  2. Science help !

    Thanks for all who has been helping (Ms.sue)and more !! I couldn't remember all the name just that ms.sue! If changing conditions lead to decreased oxygen levels in this stream,the carrying capacity of the stream for the trout will decrease.Oxygen level in
  3. Social studies?

    Please ignore my previous post. I prematurely hit the enter key. I've been watching this board all day, waiting for someone to answer my physics question (no one has yet. sigh.) I just have to say Ms. Sue is my hero. She consistently answers almost every
  4. 6th grade math - Ms. Sue please check.

    You write each letter of the word MATHEMATICIAN on a piece of paper and put them in a bag. You randomly select one piece from the bag. What is P(T or A)? A. 5/13* B. 5/8 C. 1/3 D. 8/13 You have 3 pairs of white socks, 4 pairs of black socks, and 2 pairs of
  5. ms. sue

    ms. sue for my essay teacher say i have to give example when i say for movie a beautiful mind when john start interacting with delusions, this effects his job and relationships. what example i put here? you please make my below sentence proper and tell if
  6. Personal Finance-Mathe

    Sue and Tom Wright are assistant professors at the local university. They each take home about $40,000 per year after taxes. Sue is 37 years of age, and Tom is 35. Their two children, Mike and Karen are 13 and 11. Were either one to die, they estimate that
  7. ms. sue

    ms. sue for story yesterday i hve these other questions why does author end with "eyes" because she experience everything with them? why does author begin with pair of opposites in paragraph 1? i not get this one what do the words "wodges, clonk, cannon
  8. math

    3. Nancy can make 5 bags per hour. Sue cna make 6 bags per hour, and Ned can make 12 bags per hour. If Nancy and Sue make 12 bags per hour, and then Ned joins them, how many minutes will it take them to make 149 bags? A.227 B.300 C.360 D.420 E.480
  9. algebra help mrs. Sue

    Mrs.Sue my homework from yesterday i had wrong instructions i needed to find the mean median and mode. not the outlier an affect. my teacher switched the assignment can you check my answers i have to find the mean, median and mode 1) 8 12 6 9 5 mean: 8
  10. mrs. sue algebra help

    Mrs.Sue my homework from yesterday i had wrong instructions i needed to find the mean median and mode. not the outlier an affect. my teacher switched the assignment can you check my answers i have to find the mean, median and mode 1) 8 12 6 9 5 mean: 8
  11. English-Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue the A-z story I did on the Ugly duckling was a rough draft. Now I have to polish it, and these are the postive and negative comments I received from some classmates. Postive ones: -Cute -Descriptive -Good ending -Good grammar Negative ones: -No
  12. Health (Ms. Sue Check Please)

    1.Kori's doctor says her muscular strength and endurance are excellent, but he worries about Kori's cardiovascular health. Kori enjoys weightlifting, softball, basketball, and bowling. Increasing the frequency of which activity will best improve Kori's
  13. English - ms. sue

    ms. sue for essay i be writing i got everything done about real life traditions now i just need few more from story on this topic Wat expense be paid by beings & by society 4 their unhesitating approval of tradition or brutal social rituals. Do there be
  14. Gratitude for my helper

    Sir steve mrs reiny sir bobpursely sir damon ms sue..... Thank you very much you guyz have really help me alot today my result came out and i score 98 out of 100 in my maths exams aldo i am still shaking in my english but with the help of ms sue i always
  15. Maths A

    Sue was sailing in the area shown on the chart on 3 March 2013. At 9:00 a.m., she sighted the antenna mast on Wellings Island on a bearing of 180°T. Sue also took a sighting to the lighthouse on Abby Island and found it was at an angle of 098°M. (i) Sue
  16. Physics

    Sue and Jenny kick a soccer ball at exactly the same time. Sue’s foot exerts a force of 49.9 N to the north. Jenny’s foot exerts a force of 119.7 N to the east. a) What is the magnitude of the resultant force on the ball? Answer in units of N b) What
  17. To Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue Hi! Im not sure if you will be able to help me with this one, since is Math homework, but this time is just to confirm if Im right the question is: What is 1,112,433 rounded to the nearest ten thousand? A. 1,120,000 B. 1,100,000 C. 1,110,000 D.
  18. HELP MS.SUE MATH 5TH GRADE

    Theresa wanted to find the height of her school's flagpole in inches. Theresa is 5 feet and 2 inches tall. She estimated that the flagpole was about 10 times her height, so she created the formula below to find the flagpole's height. height = (12 x 5 + 2)
  19. Physics

    Sue and Jenny kick a soccer ball at exactly the same time. Sue’s foot exerts a force of 56.6 N to the north. Jenny’s foot exerts a force of 88.6 N to the east. a) What is the magnitude of the resultant force on the ball? Answer in units of N b) What is
  20. English: Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue you've helped out in the past haha maybe you can help me again :D we learned about objective and subjective opinions authors may have today and although I got every other question, I can't seem to figure out the following three: tell the objective
  21. TO MS.SUE

    UM...YES?
  22. MS.SUE

    WHO R U MS.SUE?
  23. MS. Sue

    Thank you very much for your help.
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  27. Ms.Sue

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  28. to ms.sue

    which one is an example of up to 99
  29. thanks

    ms sue thanks for your help
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  31. THANKS SUE!

    THANKS FOR ALL YOUR HELP!
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  33. HELP PLEASE

    where is Ms Sue? I need her to help me
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  37. SORRY

    I am sorry Ms. Sue.....!!!!
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    how old are you?
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  41. Ms. Sue

    Thanks so much for your help MS. Sue
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    thanx! :)
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  44. who is MS.SUE

    who is MS.SUE
  45. to ms.sue

    i need help on #2 and #4
  46. Ms. Sue

    how old are you Ms. Sue?
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    thanks!:)
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    thank u so much?
  49. math-Ms. Sue

    ms Sue I was not sure how to do a response to you but my prior question was the following and you had answered to take the total number of students and make this the denominator and the history majors the numerator which I did and makes this 300/1225 so
  50. To Ms. Sue

    Ms. Sue, I have to ask for your opinion on this. Which introduction sounds better. I awakened from my dream, and found myself to be sweating. I awakened from my dream sweating. I awoke from my dream with sweaty skin. I awoke from my dream with a thudding
  51. Biology

    Joe has freckles but Sue does not. Both have attached earlobes. Some of their children do not have freckles. Freckles and earlobes are inherited independently. What is Joe's genotype? What is Sue's genotype? What is the chance that their next child will
  52. English - ms. sue

    Ms. sue for the persasive essay on glass castle, you tell me to give examples in essay to prove thesis which be that her father be better parent. The teacher say there have to be 4 bodies. So the first one be introduction, second one and third one be
  53. ece

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  54. Business

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  55. Reading

    Thanks Ms. Sue for your help :)
  56. Ms sue

    please my post
  57. Math

    Thanks Ms. Sue!
  58. **Help **

    Does anyone know, what time Ms. Sue will be on here, because I need her help.
  59. childcare

    Ms. Sue Thank you so much.
  60. math

    thank you Ms.Sue
  61. tanks

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  62. Law

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  63. Health

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  64. math

    thanks so much ms sue!!!!!!!!!
  65. Ms. Sue (History)

    Thanks
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  68. where is Ms. Sue tonight

    Ms. Sue where are you tonight..
  69. Math ms.Sue

    what is -a^-2 if a=-5? A.)-25 B.)25 C.)-1/25 D.)1/25 I think it is D. Please help.
  70. science

    are u there ms sue?
  71. math

    Thank you very much Ms.Sue
  72. to ms.sue

    do i do 1,000/15?
  73. english

    Thank you MS SUE
  74. Ms.Sue

    How does she know everything is she one of the tutors?
  75. Eglish

    Thanks Ms. Sue
  76. 6grademath

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  77. to ms.sue

    you've been to all these places?
  78. to ms.sue

    what should i name my limerick?
  79. to ms.sue

    i still don't get it.
  80. To: Ms Sue

    Please help me on my question, thanks:)
  81. math

    ms.Sue, where did you get 2:20?
  82. ms. sue

    can you help me out on my assignment
  83. Algrebra

    7x+10=59 10-7x+10=59-10 3x+10=49 ??? -3+x=5 3+(-3)+x=5+3 x=8 Is this right Ms.Sue?
  84. art

    Ms sue do you know
  85. math

    Ms sue is it 1 5/12
  86. to ms.sue

    my teacher said we cant use that.
  87. to ms.sue

    i still don't get it.
  88. English

    Thank you very much, Ms. Sue
  89. to Ms. Sue

    Thanks a lot for your help.
  90. to ms.sue

    octahedron?
  91. Thank you

    Thank you Mrs.Sue
  92. more help

    want to apologize for and to ms sue and all
  93. math

    Thanks ms sue
  94. reading

    thank you ms.sue please help me
  95. criminal

    THANK YOU!!!!! Ms. Sue
  96. Math

    Ms. Sue Is it 56-21=35 Or is it 56-14=42 then 42+7=49
  97. to ms.sue

    kk. thanxz! :)
  98. to ms.sue

    can you help me with the project now?
  99. you skipped me???

    Can you please help me Ms. Sue?
  100. Ms. Sue...

    Are you a teacher?

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