Cassie

Newest questions posted by Cassie
  1. Algebra

    Tickets for the senior play at the local elementary school cost $3 for children, $5 for students, and $8 for adults. 800 tickets were sold and the total in ticket sales was $4750. The number of adult tickets sold was 50 more than two times the number of
  2. Science

    How is an action potential propagated?
  3. Science

    What stops depolarization?
  4. ENGLISH

    The music sounds beautifully. B) Run quick; otherwise, you will miss the bus. C) The boss is more happier today. D) I surely wish you would go.
  5. english

    The students in the back of the room were talking so ________ that I couldn't concentrate ________ on my assignment. Question 2 options:
  6. geometry

    A circular walking track has a radius of 150 yards. Margaret walked 2/3 of the distance before taking a break.? Would the path she walked be considered a “chord” or an “arc” of the circle? Explain. – How many yards has Margaret walked? Show or
  7. geometry

    In the diagram below, line segment EH intersects line segment FJ at point G. Based on the angle measure in the diagram, what is the value of x? Justify your answer
  8. math 6th grade

    Juan plans to build a bookcase to store his paperback books, DVDs, and CDs. He has lumber that he will use for the sides and back of the bookcase. The bookcase will have five shelves, and each shelf will be 2 1/2 feet. DVD cases are 9 16 inch wide. a. If
  9. math 6th grade

    Juan measured the location for the bookcase and realized that his shelves can be no more than 1 3/4 feet wide. a. What is the maximum number of shelves Juan could build for this new bookcase using the lumber he bought? b. How many DVD cases will he be able
  10. English

    A sudden snowstorm hit the city and caused a huge power outage . This was highly unusual.
  11. geometry

    It is the same distance from second base to first base, and from second base to third base. The angle formed by first base, second base, and home plate has the same measure as the angle formed by third base, second base, and home plate. What can you
  12. geometry

    Is one flag a translation image of the other, or rotation image? Explain. is is translation?
  13. geometry(is this right?)

    Find the image vertices for a dilation with center (0 0) and a scale factor of 4 (-3,1)x4=-12,4 (-1,4)x4=5,6 (2,3)x4=9,2 (4,-3)x4=4
  14. geometry

    Complete the two-column proof. Given: <2 ≅ <4, M<2=110° Proof: m<3 = 70° m∠2 = m∠4 Definition of congruent angles m∠4 = 110º b. ________ ∠3 and ∠4 are a linear pair Definition of a linear pair (shown in
  15. english

    Part I of "Alone" can best be identified as an example of a a) ballad. b) sonnet. c) lyric poem. d) narrative. All of the following lines from "Alone" contain examples of alliteration except a) “like a boy in a playground surrounded by enemies.” b)
  16. english

    What does the author achieve by mixing exact and approximate numbers in "A Contribution to Statistics?" can someone explain what they want me to write I'm stuck.
  17. english

    What does the author achieve by mixing exact and approximate numbers in "A Contribution to Statistics?"
  18. english

    Prompt A: Compare and contrast the topics and themes of writers from the Americas and European writers. Include specific examples to support your statements.
  19. Math

    9x+5y=9 12x+8y=12.8
  20. math

    An automotive insurance company has 25,000 policyholders. The accident rate is 0.07. The number of accidents the company will have to pay out for is If the payout for each claim (after deductibles) is $8,000, the company’s total payouts will amount to $
  21. Health

    Another term for alcohol poisoning is.. A)Hangover B)Blackout C)Intoxication D)Overdose I would think either C or D
  22. Math

    1. When Tyson opens and lays a cereal box out flat, he sees that the top and the bottom of the box both measure 11 inches by 8 inches, the sides of the box both measure 11 inches by 6 inches, and the front and back of the box both measure 8 inches by 6
  23. Art

    1. Read the following lines from the poem “The Destruction of Sennacherib” by Lord Byron. The Assyr came down like a wolf on the fold, And his cohorts gleaming in purple and gold. And the sheen of their spears was like stars on the sea, When the blue
  24. geometry

    An observer (O) spots a plane flying at a 55° angle to his horizontal line of sight. If the plane is flying at an altitude of 21,000 ft., what is the distance (x) from the plane (P) to the observer (O)?
  25. science help now plz

    a geneticist is studying a pedigree that shows the family history of a recessive genetic diease. which of the following pedigrees shows an impossible relationship.
  26. us history

    A subversive is someone who is trying to overthrow or undermine a government or political system from within. With this in mind, explain what the cartoon's artist was trying to convey about American society in 1947?
  27. american government

    House Minority Whip How does this person assist with passing laws? How does this person prevent a law from being passed? What role does this person have in the lawmaking process?
  28. Math

    Find the image vertices for a dilation with center (0 0) and a scale factor of 4? I have the link to the pic but you have to put connexus.c.o.m infront of it
  29. Math

    Given line AB, explain how to contruct a square with sides of length AB.
  30. Math

    Given RS || TU, m∠7 = (3x - 10), and m∠3 = (2x + 5) what is m∠1 I don´t know how to solve this. There´s a pic but i can´t post it.
  31. history

    Do you think a totalitarian form of government would have formed in Germany if the Great Depression had not occurred? Explain
  32. history

    what would have happened if the Japanese won the battle of midway?
  33. English

    What does Huck mean at the end of the chapter 3 when he compares Tom's lies to Sunday school?
  34. algebra

    what is the slope-intercept form of the linear equation whose graph passes through (-2,4) and is parallel to the graph 3x+y=6? a) y =-3x - 2 b) y =-3x + 10 c) y = 3x - 2 d) y = 3x + 10 which linear equation represents a line that passes through (3,-7) and
  35. geometry

    When constructing a perpendicular bisector, why must the compass opening be greater than one half the length of the segment
  36. geometry

    Explain how you can use a straightedge and a compass to construct an angle that is both congruent and adjacent to a given angle?
  37. english

    In Nethergrave Jeremy creates an obstacle to dating the girl he likes by a) lying about where he lives b) lying about his poor health c) lying about his father's wealth d) lying about his computer expertise
  38. Geometry

    When you are doing a glide reflection how does the line of reflection being y=1 affect the final answer? Can someone help me with that...start with (-3,-3) and the translation is (x+5,y) I think the the x will be (2, but unsure what happens to the y) help
  39. english

    What kind of love is being addressed in each poem? (love of self, love of family, love of country, love of significant other) love after love girls can we educate we dads? in trying times tonight i can write senerity
  40. english

    Read the following sentences about the father's boat from "The Third Bank of the River" "He was very serious about it. It was to be made specially for him, of mimosa wood. It was to be sturdy enough to last twenty or thirty years and just large enough for
  41. english

    the author "of on turning ten" best creates a tone of regret with the line a) disfiguring chicken pox of the soul b) the perfect simplicity of being one c) but now I am mostly at the window d) you tell me it is too early to be looking back
  42. english

    In "My Brother's Keeper" the author includes the line " and Jamie thought to himself, this time it must be bad" in Jamie's phone conversation with Ted in order to? a) explain how uncle harry usually takes care of Ted b) develop Ted as a character who often
  43. Biology

    Cite a way the excretory system helps maintain homeostasis, besides removing wastes,water,carbon dioxide, and salts.
  44. US HISTORY A

    Name two ways that the federal government tried to regulate business in the late 1800s. Do you think these regulations achieved their goals? Explain your answer
  45. English

    Read the following example. What is the effect of the meter in these lines? I wandered lonely as a Cloud That floats on high o'er vales and Hills. When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden Daffodils; Beside the Lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering
  46. English

    Which of the following is a primary source from early American and colonial literature? A. "Religion in the Colonies" Discovery Education streaming movie B. An essay about Olaudah Equiano C. "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards ******
  47. Pre-ALgreba

    A kite flying in the air has a 12 - ft line attached to it. Its line is pulled taut and casts a 10 - ft shadow. Find the height of the kite. If necessary, round your answer to the nearest tenth.
  48. Algebra

    solve this (-1 2/3)/(-2 1/2) I know the end result is 2/3 but how do I get there? Please help
  49. Geometry

    Explain the distance formula. Then use it to calculate the distance between A(1,1) and B(7,-7). Any help please.
  50. Geometry-Help Please

    Explain how you can use a straightedge and a compass to construct an angle that is both congruent and adjacent to a given angle.
  51. Geometry/Steve

    A circle has an area of approx. 78.5 square units. If the center of the circle is at (2,4). Which of the following points is on the circle? A. (-6,4) B. (2,-1) C. (-4,-4) D.(2,-9) ******** My thoughts are D - can you please check it...thanks
  52. Geometry

    A triangle has a perimeter of exactly 24 units. Which of the following could be the vertices of the triangle? A.) (-1,3),(2,-1),(-1,-1) B.) (6,0),(6,7)(0,7) C.) (-1,-1),(-6,-13),(-9,-9) D.) (-3,-4),(3,-4),(3,4) I am not sure on this one any help would be
  53. Physics

    On August 12, 1987, Alessandro Andrei set a world record in the shot put with a throw of 22.9m. What was the initial speed of the shot if he released it at a height of 2.10m and threw it at an angle of 38 degrees above the horizontal?
  54. Physics

    he drawing shows two planes each dropping an empty fuel tank. At the moment of release each plane has the same speed of 185 m/s, and each tank is at the same height of 3.62 km above the ground. Although the speeds are the same, the velocities are different
  55. Physics

    A lumberjack (mass = 104 kg) is standing at rest on one end of a floating log (mass = 234 kg) that is also at rest. The lumberjack runs to the other end of the log, attaining a velocity of +3.18 m/s relative to the shore, and then hops onto an identical
  56. Physics

    A golfer hits a shot to a green that is elevated 2.90 m above the point where the ball is struck. The ball leaves the club at a speed of 19.1 m/s at an angle of 30.0˚ above the horizontal. It rises to its maximum height and then falls down to the
  57. English

    Identify the problem in the sentence: James's feet are longer than Steven. a.) double comparison b.) illogical comparison c.) double negative d.) incorrect degree of modifier I think it is D...?
  58. English

    1.Which of the following is used when political candidate highlights his or her experience in finance as the basis of a plan for economic recovery? A.Ethos B.Pathos C.Logo***** 2. Identify the sentence that most strongly relies on emotional language. A. It
  59. English

    Identify the statement that is a verifiable fact. A. Kids need to avoid excessive time in front of a computer. B. Laptop computers outsell desktop computers in retail sales.***** C. Most computer applications are designed for learning purposes. D. The
  60. English

    1. Identify the choice that best describes the sentence: The dog always barks with pleasure when she sees us. A. declarative****** B. exclamatory C. imperative D. interrogative 2. Identify the correctly punctuated sentence. A.I'd love to see that movie
  61. English

    Identify the incorrect word in the sentence. My point was that Sophia's presentation was better than your's or mine. A. mine B. Sophia's C. your's ***** D. no error Identify the sentence in which the underlined verb does not agree with its subject. A.
  62. English

    Identify the verb form that correctly completes the following sentence. Have you ever ____ the Skyrush roller coaster at Hershey Park? A. rode B. ride C. riding D. ridden Not 100% if it is A or D... leaning towards A???
  63. English- Ms. Sue

    I asked these 2 questions yesterday and Writeacher answered but was unsure, could you please take a look at them. 3. Which excerpt from William Wordsworth's "The World Is Too Much With Us" is most explicitly critical of modern life? A.) "We have given our
  64. English

    14.) Which excerpt from James Joyce's "Araby" describes a setting? A.) "We waited to see whether she would remain or go in..." B.) "Her image accompanied me even in places the most hostile to romance" C.) "The other houses on the street...gazed at one
  65. English

    10.) "Glory be to God for dappled things-/For skies of couple-color as a brinded cow..." Which of these best describes this excerpt from Gerard Manley Hopkins's "Pied Beauty"? A.) It is an example of sprung rhythm. B.) It is an example of iambic
  66. English

    9. Read the excerpt from Robert Browning's "My Last Duchess." "She thanked men-good! But thanked/Somehow-I know not how-as if she ranked/My gift of a nine-hundred-year-old name/With anybody's gift..." Which of these best describes the speaker's attitude
  67. English

    Read this excerpt from Alfred, Lord Tennyson's "Crossing Bar." "For though from out our bourne of Time and Place/The flood may bear me far,/I hope to see my Pilot face to face/When I have crost the bar." Which mood does Tennyson evoke as he contemplates
  68. English

    7.) "To Mrs. Saville, England, St. Petersburg, Dec. 11th, 17" You will rejoice to hear that no disaster has accompanied the commencement of an enterprise which you have regarded with such evil foreboding..." This excerpt from the introductory portion of
  69. English

    6.) "Then felt like some watcher of the skies/When a new planet swims into his ken..." This excerpt from John Keats's "On First Looking into Chapman's Homer" is an example of a(n) A.) metaphor B.) simile C.) stanza D.) apostrophe Answer: 6.) B Thank you
  70. English

    1. Which of these lines contains the clearest example of dialect in poetry? A.) "I'll get a blessin' wi' the lave..." B.) "By the stream & o'er the mead..." C.) "To such a deep delight 'twould win me..." D.) "But oft, in lonely rooms, and 'mid the din..."
  71. English

    Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A.) On January 1, 2019 most of the charity's activities will cease. B.) Most of the charity's activities will cease in January 2019. C.) The president lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20500. D.)
  72. English Ms Sue/Writeacher

    Which sentence is punctuated incorrectly? A.) When you get there, you will see him, of course. B.) Hey, Chris, do you want to watch the game on TV tonight? C.) Needless to say, nobody thought that her joke was particularly funny. D.) The story was, far too
  73. English

    Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A.) The most popular house pets are as follows; dogs, cats, and birds. B.) The most popular house pets are as follows: dogs, cats, and birds. C.) The most popular house pets are as follows, dogs, cats, and birds. D.)
  74. English

    Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A.) The ladie's room is on the other side of the building. B.) Marcias' attempt at making dinner was a smashing success. C.) The children's playroom was a metaphorical beehive of activity. D.) The music industries's
  75. English

    Which sentence is punctuated incorrectly? A.) When you get there, you will see him, of course. B.) Hey, Chris, do you want to watch the game on TV tonight? C.) Needless to say, nobody thought that her joke was particularly funny. D.) The story was, far too
  76. English

    Which sentence is punctuated correctly? A.) On January 1, 2019 most of the charity's activities will cease. B.) Most of the charity's activities will cease in January 2019. C.) The president live at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Washington, DC, 20500. D.)
  77. English

    Which sentence is puncuated correctly? A.) Dogs cats and hamsters are animals, that you are unlikely to find in a zoo. B.) Dogs, cats, and hamsters are animals that you are unlikely to find in a zoo. C.) Dogs, cats and hamsters, are animals that you are
  78. English - Reed

    One more Reed - Read these lines from William Butler Yeat's "The Second Coming." "Turning and turning in the widening gyre/The falcon cannot hear the falconer;/ Things fall apart; the center cannot hold;/Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world..." Which of
  79. English

    Which sentence from George Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant" is the best example of Orwell's intentional use of irony? A. "I had almost made up my mind that the whole story was a pack of lies, when he heard yells a little distance away." B. "If he charged, I
  80. writeacher

    "You dozed, and watched the night revealing/The thousand "sordid" images..." Choose the word that defines sordid... A. disgusting**** B. forgotten C. pleasant D. unwilling A is correct right? Even though it did not come up under sordid - disgusting did
  81. English

    Read these lines from Siegfried Sassoon's "Dreamers." "And mocked by hopeless longing to regain/Bank holidays, and picture shows, and spats,/And going to the office in the train." which of these can be found in this excerpt? Which of these can be found in
  82. English

    Read this sentence from Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own. "They had no money evidently; according to Professor Trevelyan they were married whether they liked it or not before they were out of the nurssery, at fifteen or sixteen very likely." Her
  83. English

    Which of these is an example of a word divided correctly at the end of a line? A. A-merica B. squee-zed C.unbelievab-ly D. un-believably****** I am not positive here but D looks right...?
  84. English

    Decide if the quotation marks are used correctly. Have you read the story "A Rose for Emily"? correct incorrect I think it is correct but I am not sure...please help
  85. Math -

    screenshot20120601at12.20.29pm.png Can you click on this - hopefully it comes up and tell me if A is the correct choice - to me it is the only one that can not be proven. Thank you
  86. Geometry

    The volumes of two similar solids are 1,331 m^3 and 216 m^3. The surface area of the larger solid is 484 m^2. What is the surface area of the smaller solid? A. 864m^2 B. 288m^2 C. 144m^2 D. 68m^2 I think the answer is B or C just a lil confused...
  87. Geometry

    If the scale factor of two similar solids is 4:17, what is the ratio of their corresponding area and volumes? A. 4:289 and 17:4,913 B. 8:34 and 12:51 C. 16:289 and 64:4,913 D. 64:4,913 and 16:289 I am not sure of how to do this - please help...
  88. Math - Steve

    Calculate the volume of the figure. The figure is a box with measurements of base 3 cm...length 3 cm height 3 cm and then there is a pyramid on top of the box - perfect fit... but the height of the pyramid is 2 cm. is the volume 33 cm^3? Thank you
  89. English

    Choose the correct possessive form for each phrase. A. the potatoe's skins***** B. the potatoes' skins C. the potatoes's skins D. the potatoes skins the whiskers of the men A. the men's whiskers****** B. the whisker's men C. the mens whiskers the mens'
  90. English

    Choose the meaning of the BOLDED word During the playoffs, the team faced a FORMIDABLE opponent. A.) oversized B.) declining C.) imposing D.) pompous I think the answer is C or D im just not sure Thank you
  91. English

    Reach each group of sentences. Two of the sentences are punctuated correctly. Choose the sentence that contains incorrect comma usage. A.) They were able to prove, I believe that Jesse James was killed in Missouri in 1882. B.) Frances, therefore, was the
  92. English

    Select correct if sentence does not need any comma's and incorrect if the sentence does need a comma. 1.We were tempted to drink out of that clean cold stream Correct***** incorrect 2.How do motorcycles trail bikes and mopeds differ? Correct
  93. Steve/Ms.Sue

    Steve can you please show me how to do this problem? What is the area of the shaded region in the given circle in terms of pi and in the simplest form? the picture shown is of a circle with a triangle from 1 oclock to 3 oclock with a 60 deg opening. the
  94. Ms.Sue

    I have a question about Thomas Hardy's "The Darkling Thrush" does the speaker most directly acknowledge the forces of nature? A. "Some blessed Hope, where of he knew/And I was unaware."********* B. "So little cause for carolings/Of such ecstatic sound." C.
  95. English

    Which of these words has the same denotative meaning a, but a different connotative meaning than, the word COPIOUS. A. meager B. abundant C. lavish ******* D. sparse An award is given every year to the student ______ has the highest grade-point average.
  96. English

    The MACARONI AND CHEESE ____ ready to eat now. A. is****************************** B. are C. were Neither the CAR nor our COUSINS (can, could) be found. A. can B. could************************** Which of these words has the same denotative meaning as, but
  97. Chem

    Calibration data for a bromide ion-selective electrode (ISE) was collected and recorded below. The potential of the ISE was measured against a saturated calomel electrode (SCE). All solutions were buffered at a pH of 7.56. A linear calibration curve can be
  98. Chem

    When an ion-selective electrode for sulfate was immersed in 0.0300 M sodium sulfate, the measured potential was 0.0460 V. What is the concentration of sulfate when the potential is 0.0610 V? Assume that the electrode follows the Nernst equation, the
  99. Chem

    Calibration of a glass electrode gave a reading of 139.3 mV with 0.05 m potassium dihydrogen citrate buffer standard (pH = 3.766) and a reading of -79.0 mV with 0.08 m HEPES, 0.08 m NaHEPES, 0.08 m NaCl buffer standard (pH = 7.454), both measured at 30°C.
  100. Chemistry

    Tungsten trioxide (WO3) has a rich yellow color and is often used as a pigment in ceramics and paints. In order to test a ceramic vase for its WO3 content, a 10.20 g sample of the vase was ground and reduced with Pb(Hg) to convert any WO3 to W3 . The

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