Kaleem

Newest questions and responses by Kaleem
1. satistical mobeling

there are 12 horses in a horse show competition. the top three winning horses receive money. how many possible money winning orders are there for a competition with 12 horses ?

asked on October 19, 2016
2. Physics

A point charge is placed at the center of a net uncharged spherical conducting shell of inner radius 2.5 cm and outer radius 4.0 cm. As a result, the outer surface of the shell acquires a surface charge density σ = 71nC/cm2. Find (a) the value of the

asked on February 20, 2016
3. Physics

The figure below represents part of the performance data of a car owned by a proud physics student. (The horizontal axis is marked in increments of 1 s and the vertical axis is marked in increments of 10 m/s.) f (a) Calculate the total distance traveled by

asked on September 27, 2015
4. Math

Please help or list steps of how to do it There are 3 white marbles and 7 blue marbles in a bag. Jamie will randomly pick two marbles out of the bag without replacing the first marble chosen. What is the probability of Jamie picking two blue marbles? A) 1/

asked on September 8, 2015
5. Math

Stephanie runs 5 days a week. Her distances for 5 days are 2.8 miles, 3.3 miles, 3.9 miles, 4.3 miles, and 4.9 miles. Which is the best estimate for the number of miles she ran? A) 19 miles B) 21 miles C) 23 miles D) 25 miles

asked on September 2, 2015
6. Math

28) Solve the equation for x. -2 - 3/4x = 10 A) -16 B) 0 C) 16 D) -32/3

asked on September 2, 2015
7. Math

There are 12 marbles in a bag, and the marbles are either yellow or green. Two marbles will be randomly picked from the bag, without replacing the first one picked. The probability that both marbles will be yellow is 5/33 . How many YELLOW marbles are in

asked on September 2, 2015
8. Math

Create a table for each set of values. Test each table for equivalent ratios to find which set of values describes the proportional relationship of the two quantities. 66 ounces of peanuts to 89.1 ounces of walnuts A) (5, 7)(60, 84)(47, 65.8) B) (36,

asked on September 2, 2015
9. Math

Heather has a bag with 16 red blocks, 11 blue blocks, 9 purple blocks, 15 green blocks, 8 yellow blocks, and 20 orange blocks. If she was to draw a block out of the bag, record the color and replace the block back in the bag, repeating 500 times, what

asked on September 2, 2015
10. Math

A local coffee shop serves 2/9 as many customers as a shop run by a national coffee chain. The shop run by the chain serves 502 customers a day. About how many customers does the local shop serve in a day (round to the nearest whole number)? A) 45 B) 112

asked on September 2, 2015
11. Math

A bag of marbles contains 5 red, 3 blue, 2 green, and 2 yellow marbles. What is the probability that you choose a red marble and then a green marble assuming you replace the first marble? A) 1/ 24 B) 5/ 72 C) 5/ 66 D) 5/ 6

asked on September 2, 2015
12. Math

Heather has a bag with 16 red blocks, 11 blue blocks, 9 purple blocks, 15 green blocks, 8 yellow blocks, and 20 orange blocks. If she was to draw a block out of the bag, record the color and replace the block back in the bag, repeating 500 times, what

asked on September 2, 2015
13. Math

Create a table for each set of values. Test each table for equivalent ratios to find which set of values describes the proportional relationship of the two quantities. 66 ounces of peanuts to 89.1 ounces of walnuts

asked on September 2, 2015
14. Math

Heather has a bag with 16 red blocks, 11 blue blocks, 9 purple blocks, 15 green blocks, 8 yellow blocks, and 20 orange blocks. If she was to draw a block out of the bag, record the color and replace the block back in the bag, repeating 500 times, what

asked on September 2, 2015
15. Physics

A 76.6-kg person stands on a scale in an elevator. What is the apparent weight when the elevator is (a) accelerating upward with an acceleration of 1.94 m/s2, (b) moving upward at a constant speed, and (c) accelerating downward with an acceleration of 1.15

asked on February 20, 2015
16. Physics

Two identical pellet guns are fired simultaneously from the edge of a cliff. These guns impart an initial speed of 27.3 m/s to each pellet. Gun A is fired straight upward, with the pellet going up and then falling back down, eventually hitting the ground

asked on February 7, 2015
1. Math

I did do the I was checking my answer My answer I got is 19.2

posted on September 2, 2015