
Westwood college
Sixth Fourth Bank has an issue of preferred stock with a $5.50 stated dividend that just sold for $97 per share. What is the bank’s cost of preferred stock?
asked by Tina on February 16, 2013 
Science
The force of gravity of objects on the moon is approximately onesixth of their value on Earth. Joe weighs 7633 N on earth. What will Joe's mass on the moon be?
asked by Jessica on February 10, 2017 
algebra
Find the missing term (x+y)squared = x squared + ____ + y squared
asked by jared on January 19, 2009 
Math Terminology
Identify all the components of this statement: 3a + 2b = 7 Is this an equation or an expression and why? constant variable term expression equation I believe it is an equation because it has an equal sign I believe the constant is 7 because that never
asked by Marina on January 16, 2016 
Math PLEASE HELP ASAP
PLEASE INCLUDE SOLUTIONS AND EXPLAIN HOW YOU DID IT PLEASE. *CHALLENGE. 1.SIMPLIFY : SQUARE ROOT OF 16^8+8^4/16^2+16^7 2.EXPRESS 1 + 1/1+SQUARE ROOT OF 2  1/1SQUARE ROOT OF 2 IN THE FORM A+B SQUARE ROOT OF 2, WHERE A AND BARE RATIONAL NUMBERS. FIND A +
asked by Aliza on December 10, 2012 
crim procedure
Which of the following rights is dependent upon whether formal charges have been filed or a criminal prosecution has begun? Answer the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable search and seizure the Fifth Amendment privilege against
asked by ron on November 11, 2012 
Math.
I JUST can't figure out the answer! Can someone please help me? What is the next number in this sequence? 52, 28, 33, 63, 73, 23, 56,... Ah ha! Nevermind, I just got it, 89, I think :) Thanks anyway :)
asked by Emily on February 20, 2007 
math
For the sequence 3,8,15,24,35,48,63 write an equation for t(subn) in terms of n.
asked by Garen on May 21, 2012 
Drama/English
why is transition an important aspect of a tableau sequence?
asked by Hammi on November 10, 2014 
Science
What sequence of events could lead to magma becoming soil?
asked by Jessica on February 2, 2010 
math
How many terms of the arithmetic sequence 88, 85, 82, . . . appear before the number 17 appears?
asked by Charles on July 20, 2017 
math
The numbers 38, x, 8, and y form an arithmetic sequence. Compute x+y
asked by theo on May 28, 2011 
Math
Describe the sequence of transformation from quadrilateral ABCD to A'b'c'd Can someone help me
asked by Hate connections on March 14, 2019 
Math
Calculate s50 for the arithmetic sequence defined by (an)=(712.3n)
asked by Anonymous on December 4, 2018 
college mathematics
Use inductive reasoning to predict the next three numbers in the sequence. 1, 0, 2, 5, 9,
asked by Madison on August 11, 2010 
Math
which of the following sequences is an arithmetic sequence? 5, 20, 80, 320,... 6, 9, 5, 8, 4, 7,... 100, 10, 0.1, 0.01,... 1, 2, 5, 8,...
asked by Marvel on November 29, 2017 
math
pls help which values will be part of the sequence 3,4,5,6,7,5... 9 11.5 15 19.5 my answers 9 11.5 15
asked by john on February 1, 2016 
arithmatic series
Could someone show me the difference between arithmetic sequence and series
asked by Anonymous on April 17, 2017 
algebra
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 6n, starting with n = 1.
asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2013 
Calc
To what limit does the sequence Sn = (3+n) /3^n converge as n approaches infinity?
asked by Erica on May 3, 2011 
Maths
Ѵ7 + Ѵ28 + Ѵ63 + ... +p =300Ѵ7 How many terms are in the sequence?
asked by Jeremey on August 29, 2009 
Science
What characteristics are common in main sequence stars
asked by Anonymous on September 4, 2014 
math
Write the first six terms of the arithmetic sequence with the given properties. a = 3, d = 2 a. 3,8,13,18,23,28 b. 3,5,7,9,11,13 c. 3,6,8,10,12,14 d. 2,7,12,17,22,27 e. 2,4,6,8,10,12
asked by Morgan on October 1, 2014 
geometry
what would be the next sequence in george, thomas, abe, alexander,...and why
asked by matt on August 17, 2009 
Math
The sequence {an} satisfies a0=1,a1=213, and an=2an−1+an−2 for all n≥2. Let S=∑i=1 to infinity a[i1]/(a[i]^2a[i1]^2) What is the value of 1/S
asked by Nick on June 24, 2013 
MathalgebraSteve
The sequence {an} satisfies a0=1,a1=213, and an=2an−1+an−2 for all n≥2. Let S=∑i=1 to infinity a[i1]/(a[i]^2a[i1]^2) What is the value of 1/S?
asked by Nick on June 24, 2013 
Math
Use iteration to guess an explicit formula for the sequence. Pk=Pk1+2*3^k P1=2
asked by Matt on November 30, 2007 
math
How do you write (2x3)x5=30 without changing the number sequence?
asked by Jenna on September 21, 2009 
Math
What is the units digit of the 100th number in this sequence: 1, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64, ...?
asked by Kel on May 15, 2008 
math
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 8n, starting with n = 1
asked by lee on February 8, 2014 
Alg2
How how I write the first six terms of this sequence? Please be detailed and thanks in advance :) f(n)= 3/m
asked by Lily on March 12, 2012 
Math
Two terms of an arithmetic sequence are t6=3 and t11=13. What is t20?
asked by Sandara on January 18, 2014 
arithmetic
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 4n, starting with n = 1.
asked by Anonymous on April 1, 2014 
math
complete the sequence of numbers 4.25, 5, 5.75, _______, ______ ?
asked by Jess on January 17, 2014 
science
why should nucleotides be in proper sequence during protein synthesis?
asked by bart on February 27, 2013 
math please
Which Represent the first two terms of the sequence a1=2 and an=2(an1)^2 2, 8 8,128 16,1024 2,16
asked by rob on March 10, 2012 
Calculus II
If {an} (a sequence) is decreasing and an > 0 for all n, then {an} is convergent. True/False?
asked by Ian on February 24, 2017 
Science
how can a sequence of strata be correlated from one side of a canyon to another?
asked by Lou on April 1, 2009 
sequence
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an = 4n, starting with n =
asked by jim on April 23, 2016 
pre algebra
what is the first five terms of the the following recursively defined sequence with the steps please. a=1;=3a
asked by mikey on November 1, 2017 
Math
Form an arithmetic sequence by finding p in the numbers 7p+2, 5p+12, 2p1...
asked by Paps olarte on June 6, 2015 
maths
X,4x+5 and 10x5 are the first three terms of an arithmetic sequence. Determine the value of X.
asked by Thando Mtembu on January 25, 2015 
12th grade Data
In this sequence, tk is a factorial number, often written k!. Show that tk=k!=k(k1)(k2)...(3)(2)(1)
asked by Josh on February 23, 2009 
Math
What type of sequence is this. 2/3, 1/3, 2/9, 1/6 Please give me the general formula.
asked by Pia on July 10, 2018 
Algebra 2
What are the first 6 terms of the sequence with the explicit formula an=3n2+4?
asked by Lea on February 18, 2013 
mat/117
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an =2n, starting with n= 1
asked by hope on August 1, 2014 
algebra
which algebraic expression represents the sequence shown 4,8,12,16,... a. 4n b. n + 4 c. 4n + 4 d. 4 ( n1)
asked by Anon on May 4, 2016 
Algebra 1
Tell whether the sequence is arithmetic. If it is, what is the common difference? 12, 7, 2, 3,… (1 point)
asked by Gabby on January 27, 2014 
math problem
1/3, 3/5,5/7,7/9,9/11,....If the pattern continues ,what is the 100th fraction in the sequence?
asked by lynn on February 17, 2013 
biology  genetics
is the cisregulatory sequence found in the exome?
asked by santoki on March 26, 2014 
geometry
I need help on this question... "Make a conjecture about the next item in the sequence. 1,2,5,8,11,? Please help...
asked by Katherine on September 18, 2012 
algebra II
I need help finding the first first 5 terms of the sequence in the recursive formula a=1?
asked by chrissy on March 25, 2009 
math
write an algebraic expression that describes this sequence: 0,6,16,30. thanks!
asked by rhonda on December 12, 2011 
Math
The Fibonacci sequence, (fn) n∈N, is defined recursively as follows: f0 = f1 = 1, fn = fn2 + fn1 (n ≥ 2) Demonstrate for all n ∈ N: If n ≥ 1, then fn1 ⋅fn + 1 = f ^ 2n  ( 1) ^ n .
asked by Michelle on September 5, 2018 
Math
In the first sixteen terms of the Fibonacci sequence, which ones are even numbers?
asked by Chelsea on January 25, 2010 
math
For the sequence 3,8,15,24,35,48,63 write an equation for t(subn) in terms of n.
asked by Garen on April 30, 2012 
Calculus
Determine whether the sequence is divergent or convergent. a(sub n)=(−1)^n(sin(2/n))
asked by Robin on November 16, 2013 
Algebra
What is the closed linear form for this sequence given a1 = 15 and an + 1 = an  8? A) an = 7  8n B) an = 7 + 8n C) an = 7  8n D) an = 15  8n my best answer is C
asked by Leslie on February 28, 2017 
Algebra 2
Solve the following sequence systems algebraic ally x+2y=17 xy=2
asked by Eric on October 13, 2015 
Trig
What is the common ratio, r, for the sequence represented by the formula an = 3(2)^n? 1/2 2 3 6 Is it 2?
asked by Kiki on May 24, 2014 
Algebra 1
PLEASE help I don't understand What are the first five terms of the sequence defined as a(1)=3 a(n+1)=a(n)4, for n≥1? A) 3, 2, 1, 0, 1 B)1, 5, 9, 13, 17 C) 3, 1, 5, 9, 13 D) 3, 1, 0, 1, 2
asked by Kiyana on December 12, 2018 
algebra
What is the closed linear form for this sequence given a1 = 15 and an + 1 = an  8? A) an = 7  8n B) an = 7 + 8n C) an = 7  8n D) an = 15  8n my best answer is C
asked by Leslie on February 28, 2017 
math
What are the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression n(n – 2) – 3? (1 point) –5, –2, 1, 4 –4, –3, 0, 5 –3, 0, 3, 6 –2, 0, 2, 4
asked by Reb on March 9, 2019 
PLEASE HELP 2
A midpoint of sequence of numbers. A. Mean B. Median C. Mode D. Zero I GOT B
asked by kesha on February 19, 2012 
Vocabulary
A midpoint of sequence of numbers. A. Mean B. Median C. Mode D. Zero
asked by Kassie on November 21, 2014 
Biology
Which of the following sequences is an example of a point mutation of the DNA sequence AAGTGC ? (What?) AAATGC AAGUGC GTAGAAC AAGGTC
asked by Anonymous on December 31, 2014 
Math
Is the sequence arithmetic? 15, 14.5, 14, 13.5, 13,....If so, give the common difference.
asked by Anonymous on December 19, 2014 
Math
Deterimine the value of t20 in the followinf arithmetic sequence: 1, 2, 5, 8, .........
asked by Charu on April 25, 2012 
math
Which values will be part of the sequence? multiple choies A. 9 B. 11.5 C. 15*** D 19.5
asked by McDonalds on March 6, 2019 
math
what is the true pattern for this sequence? 1, 0.5, 0.25, 0.125 i don't know how to do this
asked by Mackenzie on January 29, 2008 
Algebra
Write a formula for this sequence. Type it with no spaces. 19, 11, 3, 5,...
asked by joshua on January 5, 2011 
Algebra 2
Select the first five terms in the arithmetic sequence an=8n, starting with n=1
asked by Betrice Baker on May 10, 2014 
chemistry
Which is a structural isomer of CH3CH2COOH that exhibits geometric isomerism? 1. CH3COOCH3 2. CH3CH(OH)CHO 3. CH3COCH2OH 4. HOCH=CHOCH3 5. CH3CH2COOCH3 im just confused oh how to approach the question :S i drew them all out but still cannot figure it out
asked by nigel s on January 19, 2010 
Statistics
On the sixth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me, six geesealaying. The eggs they were alaying were normally distributed and had a mean of 7cm and standard deviation of 2cm. What is the probability that if you randomly select one egg from each of
asked by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 
statistics
On the sixth day of Statistics, my teacher gave to me, six geesealaying. The eggs they were alaying were normally distributed and had a mean of 7cm and standard deviation of 2cm. What is the probability that if you randomly select one egg from each of
asked by Anonymous on December 26, 2015 
math
Find the first arithmetic mean between 100 and 135 given the following sequence: ..., 100, ___, ___, ___, ___, 135, ... A. 107 B. 114 C. 121 D. 128
asked by jax on October 29, 2014 
English
Could you review this outline for a persuasive essay? Was it done correctly? Outline for negative impact of credit card companies marketing to students on campus Com 156 My introduction to the topic and my thesis statement. Introductory Paragraph: Even
asked by Student 155 on June 27, 2011 
math
During an amorous struggle, the lady's pearls broke. Half of the pearls fell onto the floor, a fourth rolled under a chair, a sixth fell into her lap, and three pearls remained on the strain. How many pearls were there originally on the strand?
asked by Anonymous on April 25, 2016 
Algebra
Can someone please help me??!!! i don't get this at all!! can you explain it step by step please? :) Ellen and Allen have a lemonade stand. One sixth of their earnings E must be used to pay for supplies for the next day. Each child then gets to keep half
asked by TASHA on September 18, 2008 
Maths
During an amorous struggle, the lady's pearls broke. Half of the pearls fell onto the floor, a fourth rolled under a chair, a sixth fell into her lap, and three pearls remained on the strain. How many pearls were there originally on the strand?
asked by Anonymous on September 25, 2018 
Math
3. What is 0.72 written as a simplified fraction? (1 point) seventytwo over one hundred one hundred over seventytwo thirtysix over fifty eighteen over twentyfive 4. Ms. Johnson’s class is having a pizza party. If there are 14 students and 7 pizzas
asked by anonymous on November 12, 2013 
Math
Find the missing term ___,180,30,5 A) 1080 B) 900 C) 300 D) 210 Evaluate the expression 4(x+8) for x= 6 A) 14 B) 32 C) 48 D) 56 The cost of a school banquet is $75+30n, where n is the number attending. What is the cost for 53 people? A) $1,590 B) $4,005 C)
asked by Halp plzzzzzzzzzzzz on September 19, 2018 
PreCal
If the interest on a longterm Canadian(3/8%) investment is compounded continuously, how long will it take the value of an investment to triple? (Give the answer correct to two decimal places.) Got 19 yearsits wrong, can't find reason. Thanks.
asked by Nick on February 29, 2012 
algebra
Find the equation of a line that passes through the points (1/3, 2/5) and (–4/5, 1/2). Please put your final answer in standard form (Ax + By = C) and please make sure that there are NO fractions (or decimals) in this answer and that the “x” term is
asked by Laura on February 10, 2015 
mat 117/algebra
Find the GCF of each product. Please show the steps so I can work the problem by myself. it is 6y squared  3y (6y^23y)(y+7) 3y(2y1)(y+7) 3y will be the greatest common factor, as each term when you multiply it out will have a 3y. In case you want to
asked by Diana on June 24, 2007 
History
In the book Conscience by Louisa Thomas, from the first chapter to the sixth, is there any main event that occurs? I know that Norman goes to Princeton, then travels a lot to different churches and he gets married, but these aren't really main events yet.
asked by Anonymous on November 11, 2011 
arithmetic
find the common difference of A.P whose first term is 5 and the sum of its first 4 terms is half the sum of next 4 terms
asked by swathi on March 2, 2012 
math
If the sum of first four terms of GP is 30, sum of last four terms of GP is 960 and first term is 2 then find common ratio.
asked by Bhishma on June 19, 2016 
mathe
the sum of the first 16th terms of an a.p is 240 and the sum of the next 4 terms is 220,find the first term
asked by ifeanyi on October 11, 2016 
Algebra 2
Type the correct answer in the box. Use numerals instead of words. If necessary, use / for the fraction bar. Find the sum of a finite geometric series. The sides of an equilateral triangle measure 16 inches. The midpoints of the sides of the triangle are
asked by Aby on January 6, 2016 
physical science
On the surface of the moon, where the acceleration due to gravity is about onesixth that of Earth, a 100kg astronaut would have a mass of_____ and a weight of _____ A. 100kg, 1000N B. 16.6kg, 166N C. 100kg, 166N D. 600kg, 1000N
asked by anonymous on December 2, 2011 
Math(Geometry)
In my geometry book I am really stumped on these question.This is what it says to do, "Find a pattern for each sequence. Use the pattern to show the next two terms."And here are th questions I am stuck on with the #'s. 7.O,T,T,F,F,S,S,E,... 8.J,F,M,A,M,...
asked by LizardGuy on August 22, 2007 
Montgomery
There are 315 students in sixth grade and about 8/15 take the bus to school each day. Estimate the number of students that ride the bus each day.
asked by Osei Osee on January 11, 2012 
science
If you toss a coin five times and it lands heads up each time, can you expect the coin to land heads up on the sixth toss? Explain. Please help! Thanks!
asked by sam on November 27, 2012 
Calculus
The marginal cost of a product is modeled by dC/dx =12/Cube root (12x+5) where x is the number of units. When x = 13, C = 160. (a) Find the cost function. (Round your constant term to two decimal places.) C= Ans 3/2(12x+5)^2/3 +115.61 ???? (b) Find the
asked by akash on November 10, 2015 
mathematics
if7 times the 7th terms ofan arithmetic progression is equal to 11 time is 11th terms, show that its 18th term is 0 can you find the 1st terms andthe common difference justify your answer
asked by rajeswari on April 4, 2016 
Calculus
A steady wind blows a kite due west. The kite's height above ground from horizontal position x = 0 to x = 80 ft is given by the following. y = 150  (1/40)(x50)^2 Find the distance traveled by the kite. y = 150  (1/40)(x50)^2 y = 150 
asked by COFFEE on June 13, 2007 
HR
Which of the following is a false statement about the performance management process? A. Performance measures may emphasize either observable behaviors or outcomes, or both. B. When the person evaluating performance isn't familiar with the details of the
asked by Babybear on June 17, 2018 
Maths
An irregular octagon R has vertices 6, 2), (2, 6), (−1, 5), (−5, 1), (−6, −2), (−2, −6), (1, −5) and (5, −1). Using standard notation, write down the elements of the symmetry group S(R) of R, giving a brief description of the geometric
asked by Sam on May 24, 2012 
science (8th grade)
Which of the following is not a characteristic of a crystal? a. The arrangement of the atoms in a crystal determines its shapes. b. A crystalline structure is always geometric. c. Crystals are classified according to their mineral content. Please do not
asked by tonya on September 13, 2006
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