# Erica

Newest questions posted by Erica
1. ## math

How can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern?
2. ## math

Solve the inequality for r. -3r-33>-9r+27
3. ## Introduction to computers

What are the steps to choosing the right computer to purchase? What are some of the choices within each step?
4. ## Introduction to computers

It is important to plan a document before you create it. List three things you should identify and consider before you plan the layout and design of a document. Why?
5. ## Sociology

What is the sociological imagination? Give an example of how it might be used.
6. ## Physics

Explain fully one pro and one con of nuclear energ
7. ## Chemistry

Calculate the change in enthalpy produced by dissolving 14.3 g of NaOH in 65.0 g of water if the temperature increases 49.1°C and the specific heat of water is 4.18 J/g°C Do I have to use the 14.3g of NaOH?
8. ## Pre algebra

Please help I’m struggling with how to find the percent of change each decade and how to predict a future price. I can’t find any examples of this lesson for help Directions: You probably see them in the news all the time—predictions about prices,
9. ## Math

Suppose that license plates in a certain country are made up of three letters followed by 2 digits followed by 3 more letters. How many license plates can be made if no repetitions are allowed within each set. (That is, no repetition within the first set
10. ## math

A university has 1500 students out of which 500 are history students, 800 are English students and 200 are both history and English students. Are the events of a student being an English student or a history student independent ?
11. ## math

A card is selected from a deck. Find the following probabilities. A standard deck of cards has 52 Cards. There are 13 values and 4 suits. Suits are Spades, Clubs, Diamonds and Hearts. Each suit has 13 cards. There are 3 face cards Jack, Queen, and King. a

73. ## Math 221

Math 221 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 2:24pm I've done several problems for you. Now it's your turn. How do you think this problem should be solved? Answer this Question I was thinking that I should multiply the numerators and denominators
74. ## Math 221

What is 5/12+7/9 in simplest form
75. ## Math 221

What is 78 over 25 as a decimal?
76. ## Math 221

what is the perimeter of a square using 13ft. Math 221 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 1:56pm Is 13 ft the length of a side of the square? yes
77. ## Math 221

what is the perimeter of a square using 13ft.
78. ## Math 221

Math 221 - Ms. Sue, Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 1:22pm (13/15) / (7/10) (13/15) * (10/7) = Multiply the numerators together. Multiply the denominators together. What do you get? Math 221 - Erica, Sunday, July 13, 2014 at 1:26pm The answer that I got was
79. ## Math 221

what is 13/15 divided by 7/10
80. ## PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning

Which one of these is not a principle that can be drawn from the Categorical Imperative?
81. ## PHI208: Ethics and Moral Reasoning

What other similarity can we find in Freeman’s stakeholder theory with Kant’s moral theory
82. ## chemistry

A solution is made by dissolving 811.0 cg of barium hydroxide, Ba(OH)2, in 0.1137 kg of water. What is the concentration in parts per million? I know the equation is: ppm= (mass of solute/mass of solution)10^6 Does the mass need to be in g or kg?
83. ## Ethics in Criminal Justice

The correlativity of rights and duties mean that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which other must abide. D. None of the above. I think the answer is A but not
84. ## Ethics in Criminal Justice

The correlativity of rights and duties means that: A. moral duties override moral rights. B. moral rights override moral duties. C. the existence of moral rights implies duties by which others must abide. D. None of the above. I think it's B. Am I right?

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