Hayden

Newest questions and responses by Hayden
1. Math

You get one spin . What is the probability of spinning a number smaller than 5 ?

2. Literature and Chemistry

In the story Cask of Amantillado, what is niter (in the catacombs)? A. nitrous oxide B. table salt C. sea salt D. sugar used for cotton candy B.

3. Algebra

Make tables and graph the following functions. Find f(4) for each using your graphs. Given f(x)=3x-2 find f(4) then x=4 y=10 Confused on how to find a 2nd y value please help

4. ALGEBRA

THE NUMBER OF JOBS CREATED IN 2013 WAS 330,000 LESS THAN QUADRUPLE THE NUMBER CREATED IN 2010. THIS IS EQUIVALENT TO AN INCREASE OF 1,290,000 CREATED FROM 2010-2013. SET 2 EQUATIONS THAT DESCRIBE THE STATEMENT ABOVE IN Y= FORMAT

5. math

Elliott's bed is 75 inches long. During his growth spurt, Elliott grew 6 inches. Before his growth spurt, he was 5 feet 11 inches tall. How much shorter is Elliott's bed than Elliott?

6. Algebra

Taking a road trip with your family, you get onto the intersate at mile marker 150 driving east (where mile marker numbers increase) at 50 miles per hour. Write and equation relating the total miles, m, from your state line (which is mile maker 0) to the

7. Algebra

If equation 1 is perpendicular to equation 2, rearrange and find the value of m. Equation 1: 3=9x−2y Equation -8=mx+3y

8. Physics

At the instant the traffic light turns green, a car that has been waiting at an intersection starts ahead with a constant acceleration of 3.55 m/s2 . At the same instant a truck, traveling with a constant speed of 22.0 m/s , overtakes and passes the car.

9. English

Form the possessive case of each plural noun 1. cattle 2. sheep 3. women 1. cattle's 2. sheep's 3. women's

10. English

Form the possessive case of each of the following. 1. year 2. cent 3. class 4. mouse 5. Paris 1. year's 2. cent's 3. class' 4. mouse's 5. Pais's

11. English

For each sentence change the word that requires an apostrophe. 1. George Washingtons picture is in many February ads. 2. Margos coat was torn when the sleeve got caught in the car door. 3. I believe most of these books belong to Lilas sister. 4. Three mens

12. English

Change the noun in () to the correct possessive form. 1. two (teachers) cars 2. Mrs. (Rubin) camera 3. (Arkansas) capital 4. the (children) mittens 5. the (Sanchezes) horse 6. three (months) delay 7. a (moment) notice 8. two (deer) tracks 9. (Darnell)

13. Science

In this study, a scientist designed an experiment to test plant growth. The plants were planted in identical pots with the same brand of potting soil. Each plant was watered with 20 ml of spring water every third day at 9:00 AM. Name the controlled portion

14. Science

Imagine a rock submerged in a glass of water. If the volume of water measured equals 15 ml and the volume of a rock plus the water equals 18 ml, what is the volume of the rock by itself? 3

15. Math

Two limo companies are represented by the equation and table below. If you're renting a limo for 8 hours which company is cheapest? What is the cost? y=50+30x x= 1 2 3 4 y \$100 \$125 \$150 \$175

16. Math

It cost \$20 for a concert ticket plus an additional \$5 processing fee. Let t represent the number of tickets sold and C represent the cost. Write a function rule. Please help

17. Math

How can you read numbers that are written in scientific notation? Why is scientific notation important?

18. Physics

A 17 kg crate is placed on a horizontal conveyor belt. The materials are such that μs = 0.44 and μk = 0.21. A) What is the maximum acceleration the belt can have without the crate slipping? B) If acceleration of the belt exceeds the value determined in

19. Science

Which of the following statements best describes the characteristics of a hypothesis,one of the steps of the scientific method? I think it is a scientific inquiry that cannot be tested.

20. Maths

jason went shopping, he bought a watch and a pair of trainers for a total price of £53.55, this price includes a 15%loyalty discount. before the discount the trainers were priced at £38 work out the price of the watch before the discount

21. maths

sarah invested £12000 in a unit trust 5 years ago, the value of the unit trust increased by 7% per annum for each of the last 3 years. before this the price had decreased by 3% per annum. calculate the current price of the unit trust

22. Math

It rained four inches yesterday. Today it rained x more inches.

23. English

Use capital letters, quotation marks, and other punctuation marks where they are needed in each of the following sentences. 1. I've read, Janell quickly replied, the one titled, Beat the Story-Drum, Pum-Pum. 2. Isn't that Elton asked about African American

24. English

For the following sentences, insert commas, quotation marks, and capital letters where they are needed. Write "C" if the sentence is correct. 1) When I shrieked in fear,the usher  warned me to be quiet.

25. English

Identify the subordinate clause. 1. Many people imagine otherwise because it has this misleading name. Because it has this misleading name

26. English

Identify each adjective. Include the articles a, an, and the. 1. A burgundy velvet curtain rose slowly on the lighted stage. 2. Three actors walked onto the set of an ordinary town. 3. The fascinating story took place in an Iowa town. 4. The actors’

27. English

Identify the linking verb and the predicate nominative in each of the following sentences. 1. Kilim anjaro is the tallest mountain in Africa. 2. The kingdom of Siam became modern-day Thailand. 3. Dandelions can be a problem for gardeners. 4. Sue Mishima

28. English

What is the simple subject of the sentence? 1. The first ones on the scene were our neighbors and they. ones

29. English

Choose the correct form of the pronoun in parentheses in each of the following sentences. 1. Two witnesses claimed that the burglar was (him, he). 2. The volunteers must be them,they) 3.Is the last performer (she, her) 4.The next speaker will be (him, he)

30. Math

Which equation(s) represents a proportional relationship? A) y=7x² B) y=2+3x C) y=1/2x D) y=5-x B, C, D Which equation(s) represents a proportional relationship? A) 5+x B) y=4x C) 7x² D) 2-x A, B, D

31. English

Choose the correct form of the pronoun in parentheses in each of the following sentences. 1. Tiger Woods is a role model for (we, us) golfers. 2. Miss Jefferson, (we, us) students want to thank you for all your help. 3. (We, Us) contestants shook hands

32. English

The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas, semicolon, and colons. Using your proofreading marks, insert the correct punctuation. 1. The Lock Museum of America a fascinating place in Terryville Connecticut

33. English

The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas, semicolon, and colons. Using your proofreading marks, insert the correct punctuation. 1. Flooding rapidly the gully quickly became a tremendous torrent 2. The

34. English

Insert colons as needed. 1. Uncle Jerry likes the following authors Alex Haley, Mark Twain, and Willa Cather. 2. Remember these tips when you drive courtesy, caution, and judgment. 1. Uncle Jerry likes the following authors: Alex Haley, Mark Twain, and

35. English

Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. Add the correct punctuation where it is needed 1. No one in my family could slice it with even our sharpest knife nor were we able to

36. English

Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. Add the correct punctuation where it is needed 1. I looked for my keys in the kitchen on the porch and under the bed but still couldn't

37. English

Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. If a sentence is already correct, write C. 1. When the hurricane began to tum toward land the governor issued an evacuation order for

38. English

The following sentences lack necessary end marks, commas, semicolons, and colons. Insert the correct punctuation in each sentence. 1. In the final most exciting quarter of the game Brian kicked two field goals 2. That price however does not include the

39. English

Most of the following sentences lack at least one period, question mark, exclamation point, comma, semicolon, or colon. Add the correct punctuation where it is needed. I have added punctuation in second set of sentences. 1. African American author Maya

40. English

The following sentences lack necessary end marks, commas, semicolons, and colons. Insert the correct punctuation in each sentence. 1. After you make the salad please set the table Jorge 2. What a great time we had at the beach 3. No you may not stay up

41. MATH

1.075-(-3.1) 4.175

42. English

I'm having trouble finding an antonym for centipede and millipede. I've look in the Thesaurus and nothing in there. Could someone please help?

43. English

I have write an Antonym and Synonym for each word. Nouns 1. biped---quadruped, person 2. centipede---millipede, worm 3. millipede---unipede, creepy-crawly 4. pedal---foot iever (couldn't find an antonym) 5. pedicure--manicure, beauty treatment 6.

44. English

Insert semicolons in the following sentences as needed. In some sentences, semicolons will replace commas, Above the sentence, write the words before and after the semicolon. 1. At the market Flora selected strawberries, which were on sale, a pineapple,

45. English

Some of the following sentences need semicolons. Above the sentence, write the semicolon and the words before and after it. In some sentences,semicolons will replace commas. If a sentence already has correct punctuation, write C on the line provided 1.

46. English

1. First, I delivered papers, then I practiced soccer. 2. Dan, I know you are tired, but the laundry is waiting. 3. Phillip, Homer, and Carla wrote poetry, Luis wrote a play. 4. The steady rain continued, yet nobody cared 5. Helen, please sing the soprano

47. History

Which of the following were strategies used by the Union during the Civil War? Select all that apply. A.naval blockade B.defensive war C.seizing control of the Mississippi river D.relying on European countries for supplies

48. English

I need help coming up with 3 supporting sentences for the following sentences. 1. My poor study habits are ruining my self-confience. 2. My poor study habits are destroying my hopes for a college scholarship.

50. English

1. The following students gave reports Carlos Sue and Alan 2. Tanay carved this beautiful soapstone cooking pot 3. Walter this is Ellen w ho has transferred to our school 4. Calling Simon’s name I ran to the door 5. The Wilsons’ new address is 3100

51. English

1. The book Turtles A Complete Pet Owner's Manual has helped me learn how to take care of Pokey. 2. Don't you agree with me Wanda that a turtle makes a good pet The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas,

52. English

The following sentences lack necessary periods, question marks, exclamation points, commas, semicolons, and colons. Rewrite each sentence, inserting the correct punctuation 1. Some turtles live on land,others live in lakes streams or oceans. 2. Faced with

53. Science

what types of wave are gererated by earthquakes?

54. Calculus

a car is traveling along a highway shaped like a parabola with its vertex at the origin. the car starts at 100 miles north and 100 miles west. there is a statue at 100 miles east and 50 miles north. at what point will the cars headlights hit the statue?

55. Math

1. A car travels at 80 miles per hour. How long does it take the car to travel 20 miles? 4 minutes 2. The captain of a ship raises a sail weighing 30N. If he raised it 22 meters how much work was done? 660 J

56. English

1. The greeks believed that zeus, the king of the gods, lived on mount olympus. 2. The titanic sank after hitting an iceberg off the coast of newfoundland. 3. My cousin collects scandinavian pottery. 4. Stephanie is taking english, math II, and biology. 5.

57. English

1.In Social Studies, i learned about the famous Architect Frank Lloyd Wright. 2. One of wright's best-known works is his house, fallingwater, in bear run, Pennsylvania. 3."Yes, wright still may be the best-known american architect," Mrs. Lee said. 4. Louis

58. Science

The lung is to the respiratory system as the ____ is to the integumentary system. A) heart B) kidney C)hand D)brain B

59. English

1. "These pictures show how lava from kilauea's eruption threatened everything in its path in 1989," I added. 2. Its crater, halemaumau crater, is the largest active crater in the World. 3. then ms. jackson told us that honolulu is probably the most

60. Math

Evaluate the expression. (5+11) X (10-(-3)) 16 X -13= -208

61. Science

1. What type of reproduction results in offspring being identical to the parent? A)sexual reproduction B)genetic engineering C) unicellular D)asexual reproduction 2. Which of the following is an example of sexual reproduction? A)a lizard growing a new tail

62. English

1. They will attend the graduation ceremony from 4:00-6:00 p.m., and ___ they will enjoy the banquet. 2. The concert promoters worked very hard; ____ they did not manage to raise enough money to cover their expenses. 3. I was disappointed by the movie;

63. English

1. I have experience flipping pizza dough; ______, I have eaten just about every kind of pizza you can imagine! 2. Cinderella had to learn how to get along with her sisters; ______ I am trying to learn ways to get along with my brothers. similarly,

64. MATH

Simplify the following expression: -7(3e-2f+4)+6e-2 -21+14f-28+6e-2

65. Math

Write an algebraic expression for 4 less than the product of 2 and a number. 4-(2a)

66. English

The cracker was named by Josiah Bent. One day Mr. Bent was making biscuits. He baked the biscuits until they were very crisp. The biscuits crackled when he chewed, so he called them crackers. What is main idea? The cracker was named by Josiah Bent What

67. English

1. The color of a room can influence a person's mood. 2. A cheery yellow makes a person feel cheerful. 3. Both green and blue can be restful and make a person feel relaxed. 4. A large dose of bold red can make someone angry. 5. Be careful when you choose

68. Science

In humans, free earlobes (F) are dominant to attached earlobes (f). A female and make with free earlobes has a offspring that is homozygous for attached earlobes. What are the genotypes of the parents? A) Ff x Ff B) ff x ff C) ff x FF D) FF x FF A

69. Science

1. How does plant cell mitosis differ from animal cell mitosis? A) Plant cell mitosis is much faster B) Plant cells do not undergo mitosis C) Plant cells have rigid cell walls making it difficult to pinch in D) Plant cells pitch in and animal cells do not

70. English

Write the adjective phrases and the modifier. 1. This photograph shows an ice pack treating the injured knee of the athlete Robert Horry. 2. The last step in the treatment is elevation of the injured area. 3. The effect of gravity helps fluid drain away.

71. English

1. The first letters of the words, Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation form the abbreviation R.I.C.E. 2. Total bed rest is not necessary, just rest for the injured part of the body. 3. Ice helps because it deadens pain and slows the loss of blood. 4.Ice

72. Science

If a cell membrane is both permeable to salt and water, what will immediately occur?

73. Science

If you have 25 glucose molecules transporting out to 5 glucose molecules how will the molecules need to move to reach equilibrium? Out

74. English

1. (On June 6, 1897), they traveled (across the Golden Gate Bridge). 2. They have been producing vegetables and cotton (for many years). 3. (During most seasons), the crops grow well (in this central valley). Tell what each adverb phrase in () modifies. 1.

75. Math

Describe and correct the error in finding the sum. 3/10 + (- 1/10) = 3+1/10 = 4/10 = 2/5

76. SCIENCE

1. Receives proteins and materials from the ER, packages them, and distributes them. 2. Has passageways that carry proteins and other materials from one part of the cell to another. Need help making these 2 sentences in a flattering discription

77. English

1. After Momaday's book came works by other modern American Indian writers. What is the subject? book

78. English

1. Born in 1934 in Oklahoma, Momaday lived on Navajo and Apache reservations in the Southwest. 2. Momaday's father was a Kiowa. 3. As a young man, Momaday attended the University of New Mexico and Stanford University. 4. In the Way to Rainy Mountain, he

79. SCIENCE

A farmer believes that fertilizer runoff from a farm is killing the fish in a nearby pond. The farmer measures the amount of fertilizer in the pond each week and counts the number of dead fish. The measurements indicate that, as the fertilizer

80. SCIENCE

1. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS MOST LIKELY TO RESULT IN A SCIENTIST DRAWING WRONG CONCLUSIONS? A. CONDUCTING A DOUBLE-BLIND TEST B. CONDUCTING A CONTROLLED EXPERIMENT C. PREVENTING OPINIONS FROM AFFECTING DATA COLLECTION D. GATHERING DATA FOR A BRIEF PERIOD

81. English

1. A dog huddled in the shelter of the tunnel. (Add details about the subject) 2. It shivered in the wind. (Add descriptive details about an item in the compete predicate. 3. Finally, it left the shelter of the tunnel. (Add another predicate) 4. Its shadow

82. Science

Bob created an experiment to test what plants need to survive. He believes plants only need water to live. In order to test his hypothesis, Bob planted two of the same types of plant. Only one received water and sunlight. While the other plant only

83. Social Studies

What was daily life like in: the city of Rome for the Roman family for the Roman women for the Roman slaves

84. English

1. (Their, There, They're) a kind of bettle; sometimes they are called :lighting bugs." 2. (Their, There, They;re) glinting in between the trees. 1. They're 2, They're

85. Math

Graph the inequality w ≥ -1/4 on a number line

86. English

Use their, there, they're 1. But _________ pleading wore me down, and it was raining, so I agreed. 2. _________ are only two blank tiles, and I got them both! 3. They kept trying to sneak _________ hands into the tile bag for new ones. 4. _________ is not

87. Social Studies

How were the Canaanites different from the Israelites?

88. English

Tyler said there/their/they’re are four kittens sleeping in a box under the porch. their

89. English

1. Samuel has (gone, went) to the lake. 2. He has (drove, driven) there many times. 3. He (gone, went) there last year after the hurricane. 4. Samuel had not (knowed, known) if there was any damage. 5. He had (saw, seen) that a large tree was down. 1. gone

90. English

Write the correct form of the verb in parentheses that completes each sentence. 1. Samuel has (take) supplies with him this time. 2. He had (throw) out everything last time. 3. The food supplies had (go) bad without refrigeration. 4. Samuel has (drive) to

91. Social Studies

What were the Indian achievements in the following? Medicine Metallurgy Math Literature

92. English

1. The mall is open longer on Saturday. 2. Julia loves to cook corn. 3. Alice writes better with a pen. 4. I can't answer your question. 5. I'll try to come to the game. Rewrite each sentence in simple past tense. 1. The mall was open longer on Saturday.

93. English

1. I go to Russia often. 2. That computer is fixed. 3. We go to any moive that plays there. 4. All of you chase that bus every morning! 5. Jason turned out the lights. Rewrite each sentence in simple furture tense. 1. I will go to Russia often. 2. That

94. English

1. She will become a physicitst one day. 2. Sydney turned the pages with great interest. 3. Sydney turned pale at the sight. 4. He was a strange character. 5. June feels confident about her grades. List the linking verbs and tell if linking or NL. 1. will

95. English

1. Mr. Perez said we had to find a way to cover both topics. 1. Is we a subject pronoun in this sentence? Yes

96. English

1. Paul and (I, me) read about how he became crippled with polio. 2. (She, Her) and many others fought for equal rights for minorities. 3. Her aides and (she, her) traveled all over the world. 4. One of Eleanor Roosevelt's greatest admirers today is (I,

97. English

1. He continued (they, them) and similar interests all his life. 2. What amazing people were (they, them)! 1. them 2. them

98. English

Heavy snowfalls were reported in London and Paris this weekend. It was buried by a record twenty inches. Traffic in the French capital came to a complete halt. What is the pronoun and the antecedent in the paragraph? It-snowfall

99. English

1. ____ true, she insisted. (Its, It's) 2. "____ correct," I observed. (You're Your) 3. "_______ the teams on which he played. (Their, They're) 1.It's 2.You're 3.They're