Sandy East Ward
Newest questions and responses by Sandy East Ward
Precalculus
How would I rewrite this in rectangular form? // r = 8 sin theta  2 cos theta? I apologize, there was an error before.
asked on April 11, 2017 
Precalculus
How would I rewrite this in polar form? // x^2 + y^2  6y  8 = 0
asked on April 11, 2017 
Precalculus
How would I rewrite this in rectangular form? // r = 8 sin theta  2 sin theta?
asked on April 11, 2017 
Precalculus
How do I put "cos^2 theta" into the denominator of "1/1sin theta"?
asked on April 5, 2017 
Physics
On this graph, what is the displacement from 0s to 8s? // A. 0.6 m B. 5.0 m C. 2.0 m D. 10.0 m ... I think it's B, if you subtract the final placement and the initial placement. I have a photo to help. Also, what would the instantaneous velocity be here?
asked on September 15, 2016 
Math
Which table shows a function whose range has exactly three elements? x f(x) 1  4 2  4 3  4 /////// x f(x) 3  8 4  6 5  12 6  8 /////// x f(x) 0  5 2  9 0  15 /////// x f(x) 1  4 3  2 5  1 3  4 Is the answer C? I was also thinking A since
asked on September 9, 2016 
Math
If f(x) = x^2  1, which of the following three choices are on the graph of f(x)? A:(0,1) B:(1,0) C:(3,5) D:(5,24) E:(2,3) F:(4,17) I think it is A, C, and D.
asked on September 9, 2016 
Math
Which table shows a function whose range has exactly three elements? x f(x) 1  4 2  4 3  4 /////// x f(x) 3  8 4  6 5  12 6  8 /////// x f(x) 0  5 2  9 0  15 /////// x f(x) 1  4 3  2 5  1 3  4 Is the answer D?
asked on September 9, 2016 
Math
Which of the following pairs could represent a function? Select three that apply. A: {(2,5),(4,5), (6,2), (8,3)}** B: {(1,5),(3,5),(6,5), (9,5)}** C: {(3,4),(5,2), (3,8), (6,7)} D: {(0,3), (4,2),(1,7), (0,3)} E: {(1,1),(1,6),(1,8), (1,0)} F: {(4,
asked on September 9, 2016 
Mathematics
If someone has an 88% in a class and their total quiz grade is 95%, if they were to have a 2% extra credit added to their grade, could their total grade become a 90%? // They think it may have a score similar to 8/5 or 9/5. This is just a regular question
asked on June 2, 2016 
Algebra II
Taylor wants a used car, he would like for it to have a working air conditioner and less than 75,000 miles on it . Of the 200 cars ads he looked at, 60% have less than 75,000 miles. Of these lowmileage cars 65% had a working air conditioner. Of the cars
asked on May 25, 2016 
Algebra II
Taylor wants a used car, he would like for it to have a working air conditioner and less than 75,000 miles on it . Of the 200 cars ads he looked at, 60% have less than 75,000 miles. Of these lowmileage cars 65% had a working air conditioner. Of the cars
asked on May 25, 2016 
Algebra
Write an equation for a parabola with a vertex at the origin and a focus at ( 4,0 ). a) 𝑦 = −1/4𝑥2 b) 𝑦 = − 1/16x2 c) 𝑥 = − 1/4y2 d) 𝑥 = −1/16y2 I think it's A. Any help?
asked on May 25, 2016 
Algebra II
A car’s headlight contains a parabolic reflector. A special bulb with two filaments is used to produce the high and low beams. The filament placed at the focus produces the high beam and the filament placed offfocus produces the low beam. The equation
asked on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
Thomas says that you can take the square root of each side of an equation. Therefore, he feels that (x+5)^2 + (y7)^2 = 49 and (x+5) + (y7) = 7 are equivalent. However, Mark says that they aren't equal. Who is right? Explain.
asked on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
Suppose you are flying from Pittsburgh, PA to Los Angeles, CA. The distance between the cities is 2,400 miles and the plane's speed is 450 mi/hr. What is the speed of the wind? Any help?
asked on March 3, 2016 
Physics
Two trains are moving toward each other with speeds of 23 mph and 37 mph. How far apart are they before they pass each other? A. 60 miles B. 30 miles C. 6 miles D. 3 miles E. 2 miles F. 1 mile
asked on January 26, 2016 
Geometry
I need some help with a geometry question! connexus()com/content/media/5279341218201342511PM845062975()png 4. What are values of x and y? a. x = 9/4, y = 3/4 b. x = 9/4, y = 15/4 c. x = 15/4, y = 5/4 d. x = 3/4, y = 15/4 I think it's A. Can someone
asked on February 12, 2015 
Spanish II
9. Which word belongs in the blank? ________ compro el libro a Ana. A. La B. Le C. Lo D. Ella I think it's D. Can anyone help?
asked on December 22, 2014 
Driver's Ed
1. The natural laws include the law of (1 point) speed limits. gravity*** railroad crossings. yielding. 2. Which of the following should determine whether you need to speed up or slow down? (1 point) how quickly you need to get somewhere how far above the
asked on December 5, 2014 
English 10
1. Read the following sentences from "Lifeguard Rules!" “That’s it, Ira and Michael,” Francesca had said. "You guys don’t get a third warning. Go spend fifteen minutes out of the water. I’ll inform you when I’m ready to see you in the pool
asked on October 7, 2014 
Algebra  Steve!! Help!
The temperature, T. of a given mass of gas varies inversely with its volume,V. The temperature of 500 cm3 of a certain gas is 2.5 Celsius. What will the temperature be when it is compressed to a volume of 100cm3 160 c 12.5 c 2500 c 1250 c I think it's
asked on June 4, 2014 
Algebra  Help!!
The width, w, of rectangular playground is x+3. The area of the garden is x^37x+6. What is an expression for the length of the play ground? a. x^23x+2 b. x^2+3x2 c.x^2+3x+2 d.x^23x2 I think it's B.
asked on June 4, 2014 
English!  Help!
Can someone help me with these? My answer has a "***" next to it. 1. What do you think the narrator of “The Gift of the Magi” considers as having real value? (1 point) the protagonists' hard work the protagonists' wisdom the protagonists' possessions
asked on June 3, 2014 
Algebra
I need help with some Algebra! Can someone help?
asked on May 28, 2014 
Biology  Help!!
Can someone check these for me? 1. Excretion is the process of (1 point) exchanging carbon dioxide for oxygen. removing metabolic wastes from the body.*** pumping blood throughout the body to supply nutrients and oxygen to cells. breaking food down into
asked on May 21, 2014 
Algebra Help!!!
Has anyone done the Graphic Square Root Functions on Connexus?
asked on May 8, 2014 
Grammar Practice  Help!
Can someone check these? Choose the item that is correctly capitalized for questions 1–6. 1. (1 point) our family doctor** our family Doctor 2. (1 point) Senator Barrientos** senator Barrientos 3. (1 point) aunt Ruthie Aunt Ruthie** 4. (1 point) the
asked on May 1, 2014 
English  Check these?
Can someone help me check these? 1. The main purpose of a research paper is ____________. (1 point) to verify information to expand a body of knowledge*** to persuade the reader to commit to a course of action 2. Which of the following is NOT a guideline
asked on April 30, 2014 
English  Help!!
1. The sharp rock LACERATED her side as she climbed the side of the cliff. bruised sliced scratched wounded I think it's B? Can someone help?
asked on April 29, 2014

Precalculus
Thanks!! Why does it turn into cos^2 θ off of 1 + sinθ?
posted on April 7, 2017 
Math
The way I learned this was that you would have a certain amount of numbers. Like if there was 12, you'd have three groups: Q1, Q2(Median) and Q3. Generally, you're supposed to order the numbers from least to greatest, and then figure it out from there. It
posted on April 5, 2017 
math
The rule is to multiply each term by 6, do that and you'll get the answer!
posted on April 5, 2017 
Physics
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posted on September 15, 2016 
Math
I think option A is the best one, but the assessment says that B is correct. However, the lesson states that you can as long as each element(x) is different, you can have the same y value in the second column.
posted on September 9, 2016 
maths
These are prime numbers, the next ones would be: 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43.
posted on September 9, 2016 
Math
Is it C? All the f(x) values are different.
posted on September 9, 2016 
Mathematics
The information that I can provide is this: My current grade is: 88% My average quiz grade is: 95% A regular quiz counts for 15%, which isn't the highest of all assessments. These extra credit assignments are with 2%, but they have scores similar to 8/5
posted on June 3, 2016 
Algebra II
Is my probability correct?
posted on May 25, 2016 
Algebra II
Is this it? y^2 = 8x 8x = y^2 = 4px 8x = 4px 8 = 4p 8/4 = 4p/4 2 = p
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
I got this far: y^2 = 8x
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
How do I find the solution? Is 2 the solution?
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
I need to know what equation to use!
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
So, Mark would be correct. Those don't equal each other.
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
I believe that Mark is correct because if you were to square each value in the equation, you would have: (x+25) + (y  49) = 49, not (x+5) + (y7) = 7.
posted on April 7, 2016 
Algebra II
Right? I got that also. I used an online calc and I got 150 sqrt 33/11 to get x ~= 78.335!
posted on March 4, 2016 
Algebra II
I was told that the wind speed is 50, but I'm not sure how to get there.
posted on March 3, 2016 
Algebra II
Also, the trip is going to take 11 hours. I got a formula of: 11 = 2400/450+x + 2400/450x I got 10.7 with decimals but any other help would be great.
posted on March 3, 2016 
Spanish II
I think it's Le! Is it @PsyDAG
posted on December 22, 2014 
Spanish II
Is it?
posted on December 22, 2014 
Spanish II
Would it be Lo?
posted on December 22, 2014 
Driver's Ed
Okay, great! Thanks!! :)
posted on December 5, 2014 
Driver's Ed
15. ______ occurs when a vehicle's tires completely lose contact with the road and move on a thin film of water. (1 point) Surfacing Sliding Adhesion Hydroplaning*** 16. If you get caught driving in a hail storm, the best place to pull to safety is (1
posted on December 5, 2014 
Driver's Ed
I think #12 is actually C and #14 might be B. Also, I can't find the solution to #9 for some reason.
posted on December 5, 2014 
Driver's Ed
8. A car moving at 60 mph will take ______ seconds to come to a complete stop. (1 point) 1 to 3 4 to 6*** 8 to 10 10 to 15 9. Doubling your speed multiplies your braking distance by __________ times. (1 point) two three** four eight 10. Your ability to see
posted on December 5, 2014 
Driver's Ed
I checked my text, it states that it can affect the center of gravity. I have some more to have checked.
posted on December 5, 2014 
Biology  Help!!
Can someone help?!?
posted on May 21, 2014 
English
For those wondering, 3 is B. :)
posted on May 1, 2014 
Grammar Practice  Help!
I just finished and I got a 9/9!!
posted on May 1, 2014 
Grammar Practice  Help!
Would 8 be A? What would be the better option of both choices for 6?
posted on May 1, 2014 
Grammar Practice  Help!
Writeacher? can you help?
posted on May 1, 2014 
English  Check these?
Thank you Ms. Sue!  I got a 17/17 on that test yesterday!! Thanks for the help!
posted on April 30, 2014 
English  Help!!
It's C.
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
Is it D?
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
18. Which of the following quotes from “The Lottery” best illustrates the story’s theme that following tradition blindly can be hazardous? (1 point)“She snatched a paper out and held it behind her.” “'Bill,' Mr. Summers said, and Bill
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
How about this one? 17. In The Lottery hoe does the fact that boys build up a big pile of stones help create suspense? a. the reader wonders why the boys build a big pile of stones b. the reader knows that the pile contains smooth stones of various sizes
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
I meant to say A. I hit the wrong key.
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
Would it be C?
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
Let me know on those two. How about this one? 16. What is the effect of the authors use of assonance in the following line from The Raven? For the rare and radiant maiden whom the angels name Lenore. a. it creates emphasis on Lenore b. it explains Lenore's
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
For both?
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
14. Read the following line from Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”: “Quoth the Raven, ‘Nevermore.’” What effect does this repeated line have on the poem? (1 point) It adds to the speaker’s sense of hopelessness. It shows the speaker’s
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
What about this one? 12. What does the following quote reveal about the relationship between Monstressor and his servants? These orders were sufficient, I well knew, to insure their immediate disappearance, one and all, as soon as my back is turned. A. He
posted on April 29, 2014 
English  Help!!
I had another question that was changed on this test. 2. The tornado [precluded] our trip to the zoo. a. interrupted b. enlivened c. endangered d. made impossible I think it's D?
posted on April 29, 2014