# anonymous

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1. ## algebra 1

Find the range of the function for the given domain. 𝑓(𝑥) = 3𝑥 − 8;{−2, −1, 0, 1, 2} no mater what I do I cant find the answer.

2. ## Physics

A ball travels 225km in 5hrs find the average speed in km\hr

3. ## math

The Sum of 2 positive numbers is 151. The lesser number is 19 more than the square root of the greater number.What is the value of the greater number minus the lesser number? The list of numbers 41,35,30,x,y,15 has a median of 25 . The mode of the list of

4. ## Social studies

Infer which “great value” the author reference in the excerpt

5. ## Math (Helpity Help me)

A Salesman took 1/2h to drive from Tuas to Bedok at an average speed of 72km/h. When he returned from Bedok to Tuas, he travelled at an average speed of 90km/h along with the same road. How long did the salesman take to reach Tuas? INeedHelpPlease

6. ## Life Orientation

Fraudulent activities that students who receive and repay NSFAS should not commit

7. ## expectatons for summer

What is a fair amount of homework to be assigned over the summer with obligation to be completed by the first day of the next new school year? Is a major exam or a small quiz or whatever appropriate for the first day? I ask in relation to the below listed

8. ## math

Image of an angle symbol ABC is congruent to which angle? A. Image of an angle symbol CAB B. Image of an angle symbol XYZ C. Image of an angle symbol XZY D. Image of an angle symbol YZX

9. ## Math

If m image of an angle symbol 1 = 43°, what is m image of an angle symbol 4? A. 53° B. 43° C. 37° D. 27°

10. ## History

Which option describes a pull factor that influenced European immigration to the United States? A. land scarcity B. industrial jobs C. political unrest D. religious persecution

11. ## History

What kind of arrangement is agreed to in this contract? A. sharecropping B. black codes C. grandfather clause D. Ten Percent Plan

12. ## History

How was the tragedy at Wounded Knee related to the Ghost Dance? A. Wovoka, from the Paiute people, created the Ghost Dance to prepare the Lakota to fight at Wounded Knee. B. Sitting Bull led the Lakota at Wounded Knee, and he also spread the Ghost Dance.

13. ## History

Which of the following were the cost of mining? Choose all that apply. A. streams that were polluted and forests cut down B. permanent settlements began C. foreign miners were treated unfairly D. lawlessness and disorder were rampant

14. ## History

An etching shows a schoolroom with African American men, women, and children of various ages sitting and standing while a white woman stands in the foreground. Most of the men, women, and children have books in their hands. Use the illustration to answer

15. ## History

What influence did Henry Ford have on other industries of the time? A. His keenness for advertising began a marketing revolution. B. His creation of the automobile engine directly led to the first flight. C. His production of passenger automobiles caused

16. ## Sociology

I am having difficulty understanding the four principles of social stratification. 1. Social stratification is a trait of society, not simply a reflection of individual differences. 2. Social stratification carries over from generation to generation. 3.

17. ## Social studies

For which main reason did the Normans invade England? A. to capture the king's castle B. to benefit from England's wealth C. to establish religious freedom D. to eliminate Catholic influence

18. ## Science

Which of the type of biome classification that will be made for a particular region

19. ## social studies

Which feature makes the Mexican Plateau significant? A. It is home to most of Mexico's major cities. B. It is the most sparsely populated area of Mexico. C. It has the longest coastline in Mexico. D. It is the most arid region of Mexico.----- What’s the

20. ## physics

A rock group is playing in a bar. Sound emerging from the door spreads uniformly in all directions. The intensity level of the music is 86.9 dB at a distance of 3.15 m from the door. At what distance is the music just barely audible to a person with a

21. ## history

Who thwarted Hitler's plan to invade Britain? FDR

22. ## science

A 1030 kg car travelling on a road that runs straight up a hill reaches the rounded crest at 10.4 m/s. If the hill at that point has a radius of curvature (in a vertical plane) of 59.0 m, what is the effective weight of the car at the instant it is

23. ## history

The first area that Hitler "unified" with Germany? Austria? or also Czechoslovakia?

24. ## Language Art

Identify whether the underlined phrase is a gerund phrase, an infinitive phrase, or a participial phrase. (Having graduated) summa laude from Princeton, Patrick was ready to start. A. gerund B. infinitive C. participial ** My answer is A. gerund **

25. ## lang

What is a musical feel of a poem? Also, how does alliteration, onomatopoeia, rhythm, and rhyme contribute to the musical feel of a poem?

26. ## Science (HELP ASAP!!)

1. (Blank) are the basic units of structure and function in living things. 2. A (Blank) is a group of similar cells that perform a specific function in an organism. 3. (Blank) are nerve cells that carry response information to muscles and organs. 4. Carbon

27. ## science

Calculate the height of the atmosphere at the point where the pressure is one tenth of atmospheric pressure. Assume a constant temperature of 491.76 °R and assume that the ideal gas law applies. For atmospheric pressure on the surface of the earth, use

28. ## java/programming

Please help me, its emergency!!! The 10 numbers will be collected from the keypad using a loop. If the number entered is a prime only, that number will be added. How do I write a Java program to input 10 prime numbers and print the sum?

29. ## Science

What is the reason of carbon dioxide emitting when hot water is added to dry ice?

simplify the following expression with the help of XOR and XNOR: X = ABCD+A(~B)(~C)D+(~A)(~B) ~ means not e.g. ~B is not b

simplify the following equation using boolean laws and rules: x=~(A(+)B) + ~(AB)+~((A(+)B)AC)+(~A)C (+) means plus in the circle ~ means not

32. ## physics

acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 m/s/s. what is the weight in newtons of a 98.17 kg mass?

33. ## Social Studies

Which impact did Enlightenment ideas have on the Spanish colonies? A. Many colonists called for independence from Spain. **** B. Some mestizos argued that the Spanish crown should have more power. C. Father Miguel Hidalgo called for harsher slave codes. D.

35. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

Write the distance y across the flat sides of a hexagonal nut as a function of r (see figure in the website below). www.webassign.net/larpcalclim2/4-8-049.gif y=

36. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

The front of an A-frame cottage has the shape of an isosceles triangle. It stands 30 feet high and is 20 feet wide at its base. What is the angle of elevation of its roof? (Round your answer to two decimal places.)

37. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

A steel plate has the form of one-fourth of a circle with a radius of 42 centimeters. Two two-centimeter holes are to be drilled in the plate positioned as shown in the figure in the website below. Find the coordinates of the center of each hole.

38. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

A surveyor wants to find the distance across a pond. The bearing from A to B is N 38° W. The surveyor walks x = 50 meters from A to C. At C, the bearing to B is N 64° W. (See figure in the website.) www.webassign.net/larprecalcrmrp6/4-8-039-alt.gif (a)

39. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

In traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain directly in front of you. Its angle of elevation (to the peak) is 3.5°. After you drive x = 9 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 9°. Approximate the height of the mountain. (Round

40. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

The Johnstown Inclined Plane in Pennsylvania is one of the longest and steepest hoists in the world. The railway cars travel a distance of 896.5 feet at an angle of approximately 35.4°, rising to a height of 1693.5 feet above sea level. (Round your

41. ## MATH - HELP ME PLEASE!!!!

Sketch a right triangle corresponding to the trigonometric function of the acute angle θ. Use the Pythagorean Theorem to determine the third side and then find the other five trigonometric functions of θ. cot(θ) = 9

42. ## English

Which of the following elements should be included in your critical review? A. a narrative with plot line B. a main claim about two or more works C. graphics such as charts and tables D. third-person point of view E. an analysis of literary elements such

43. ## Math Methods

Thehypotenuseofarightangled-triangleis(3x+3)cmandtheothertwo sides are 3x cm and (x − 3) cm. Determine the value of x and calculate the perimeter of the triangle.

44. ## Math Methods

Time–lapse photography is used to track the height of an object in metres. The following heights were recorded at times 0.2s, 1.2s and 2.1s respectively: 9.203m, 14.344m and 10.591m. a) Determine an equation to model the height of the object over time,

45. ## History

What negative impact did gold and silver mining have in the West? A. Tent cities near the mines fostered criminals as long-term residents. B. Ghost towns were left behind after the mines stopped producing. C. Mining camps were sources of many contagious

46. ## English

What makes the snail well satisfied

47. ## English

What sort of day does Emily Dickinson describe in "The Sky Is Low, the Clouds Are Mean"? A. an unpleasantly hot summer day B. a cold and nasty winter day C. a beautiful but sad autumn day D. a day of fresh spring rain

48. ## Math

Find the missing dimension of the cylinder. Round your answer to the nearest whole number. Volume = 10,000π in. The radius is 16

49. ## Math

Two stores carry a similar stereo for the same original price of \$573. One store offers a 16% discount and the second store sells the stereo for \$458.40. Which store gives the bigger percent discount? Justify your answer. I have...no clue how to do this. I

50. ## Science

1. How does Earth's rotation cause day and night? A) As Earth rotates towards the east, the sun appears to rise in the west and set in the east. B) As Earth rotates towards the east, the sun appears to rise in the east and set in the west. ***** C) Earth

51. ## English

In "The Sky Is Low, the Clouds Are Mean," what human behavior does the snowflake display? A. It cannot make up its mind. B. It is mean and nasty. C. It is full of complaints. D. It has trouble getting along with others.

52. ## History

Check answer? Drag and drop the words to the correct box. Words may be used more than once. Words: Sunni muslims, Shia muslims, Sunni and Shia muslims - follow the Five Pillars of Islam - mostly tolerant of modern culture - live mainly in Iran, Iraq, and

53. ## geography

Which of these countries border Brazil? Argentina Chile Ecuador French Guiana Guyana Paraguay Venezuela

54. ## Math (quick help pls)

Selena took 20 seconds to swim from point A to point B at a speed of 4.5 m/s. She took 18 seconds to swim back from point A to point B. Find Selena's average speed when she swam from Point B to Point A (Help me get to the answer please ty)

55. ## education

The mineral ____ is part of the hormone thyroxin which regulates the amount of energy spent to maintain the body’s involuntary activities (BMR). phosphorus zinc iodine sodium

How do I put the does not equal and .equalignorecase together in java?

57. ## math

16 increased by twice a number Use the variable n to represent the unknown number.

58. ## English

In what way do the people actually "disappear" in "The City Is So Big"? A. They cannot be seen once they go inside the buildings. B. They disappear behind closed elevator doors. C. They are murdered. D. They move to the suburbs

59. ## Math

85 percent of the students in the Torresdale High school math club have graphing calculators there are 300 members in the club hoe many of the members have graphing calculators

60. ## Science

Why is earths temperature just right for life

61. ## Math (HELP ASAP)

Ramlah cycled from her house to the beach. She took 4 minutes to cycle 1/3 of the distance and took another 12 minutes to cycle the remaining 1584 m. A: Find the distance between Ramlah's house and the beach B: Find her average speed for the whole journey

62. ## Math

A man took 4 hours to drive his van from Town x to Town Y at a speed of 50km/h. On his return journey from Town YA to Town X, he increased the speed of 80 km/h. How long did the man take to reach Town X? Can someone direct me to the answer on this?

63. ## Trig - Ambiguous Case of the Sine Law

This is the question: In triangle LMN, angle LMN = 42 degrees, LN = 32mm, and LM = 42 mm. Calculate all possible measures of angle MLN to the nearest degree. Use the sine ratio and show your work.

64. ## math

The average of 5 scores has the same value as the median of 5 scores. The sum of 5 scores is 420. What is the sum of 4 scores that are NOT the median?

65. ## History

Which was the most important effect of the Bessemer process? A. It allowed the production of more steel. B. It produced better steel. C. It made steel cheaper. D. It allowed factory production of steel.

66. ## Mathematics

A SELLER bought 120 eggs for #250. Out of these, 20 eggs got cracked and were sold at 50 each. The remaining eggs she later sold for #2.75 each. Find the percentage gain.

67. ## science

a child on a swing goes backwards and forwards 100 times in 5 minutes. calculate period of the oscillation and freuency in hertz.

68. ## science

Two ice skaters stand face to face and "push off" and travel directly away from each other. The boy has a velocity of 5 m/s and he weighs 750 N. The girl weighs 480 N. What is the girl's velocity?

69. ## math

the value of a car decreases every year according to the function V(t)=26000x^t Where V is the value of the car in euros, t is the number of years after it was first bought and x is a constant Write down the value of the car when it was first bought?

70. ## math

A rocket follows a parabolic trajectory. After t seconds, the vertical height of the rocket above the ground, in meters, is given H(t)= 37t-t^2

71. ## math

The number of seats in a row has been increased at a rectangular-shape movie theater after renovation so that it is now five more than the total number of rows. How many rows are in in the theater, if its total seating capacity is 126 people now?

72. ## Science

Choose a catalyst that exists in the human body. Explain its importance and how it works.

73. ## French

Is there a possibility that someone knows/teaches french cause I could use some minor help in understanding something

74. ## Geometry

Given: LN ⊥ KM LN = 16 ft m∠K = 25°, m∠M = 55° Find: Radius R I drew out triangle LKM in a circle with center O and point N on KM. I tried to use law of sines to get LM and got 27.89514873 but I'm not sure what to do with that or what to do next.

75. ## chemistry

What is the chemical formula for ammonium tetra oxo (vi)

76. ## Math Unit 1 Lesson 13

Which solid has one base that is a rectangle and four lateral surfaces that are triangles? A. triangular pyramid B. cone C. rectangular prism D. rectangular pyramid

77. ## Science/Computer Programming

The purpose of this exercise is to practice reading code and recognizing the traversal patterns in this chapter. The following methods are hard to read, because instead of using meaningful names for each variable and method, they use names of fruits. For

78. ## history/social studies

Why was the declaration of Independence signed

79. ## Math

lines Points A and B are on the horizontal line on either side of the vertical line. Points E and F are on the vertical line on either side of the horizontal line. Another line runs diagonally through the center up to the left and down to the right. Points

80. ## Science

The current atomic model would be revised if A. better microscopes were being used to study its structure. B. better microscopes are invented in the future. C. new information about an atom’s structure is discovered. D. a new element is discovered in the

81. ## English

Which is the best example of the use of rhyme? A. the beat of the drum B. fresh green grass C. a wild little child D. the kindness of strangers

82. ## Social studies

During the Middle Ages, _____ were sent by the church to convert ______ to Christianity. An important monk during the Middle Ages was _____, who established a monastery in central Italy and created rules for monastic life. The words on the list are:

83. ## English

Which question should you ask during your third read of the multi-draft reading process? A. Who is the speaker, or the voice that “says” the words of the poem? B. How has the work expanded my ideas—or my imagination? C. What do the word choices and

84. ## math

Solve the quadratic equation by completing the square. Verify your answer graphically. (Enter your answers as a comma-separated list.) 16x2 − 24x − 23 = 0 my answer was: x =16(x−3/4)^2−32 but online website (where i do my assignments that is posted

85. ## Science

Do larger or smaller objects have more inertia?

86. ## math

Two planes leave simultaneously from Chicago's O'Hare Airport, one flying due north and the other due east (see figure). The northbound plane is flying 50 miles per hour faster than the eastbound plane. After 3 hours the planes are 2840 miles apart. Find

87. ## math

Two planes leave simultaneously from Chicago's O'Hare Airport, one flying due north and the other due east (see figure). The northbound plane is flying 50 miles per hour faster than the eastbound plane. After 3 hours the planes are 2840 miles apart. Find

89. ## History

Drag and drop to classify each country to its type of government. Jordan Qatar Oman United Arab Emirates Kuwait constitutional monarchies= absolute monarchies= Can I please have some help with this? Maybe some links? Thank you!

90. ## Biology

The Clydesdale is a large breed of horse that was used for specific farming purposes such as plowing and pulling wagons. The biggest and most muscular male horses were crossed with the biggest and most muscular females to produce the strongest offspring

91. ## Math

A cable 16 m long runs from the top of a utility pole to a point on the ground 4 m from the base of the pole how tall is the utility pole to the nearest tenth A. 15.5 m** B. 16.5 m C. 256 m D. 16 m

92. ## Math (Help Asap)

There are 16m of ribbon to be cut into pieces. Each piece , of 8/12 in length , will be given to a girl participant of the school's cheering squad. How many girls will be given a piece of ribbon? Please help me . Thanks

93. ## History

How did the church try to reshape the code of chivalry? A. by supporting military conquest B. by rewarding bravery C. by emphasizing generosity D. by eliminating knighthood****

94. ## Calculus

How do you calculate the integral of xy' = y + √(x^2+y^2) as a homogeneous differential equation?

95. ## Science

Which of the following is true about photosynthesis? A. It is an exothermic reaction. B. It is an endothermic reaction. C. It produces carbon dioxide. D. It occurs in animals.

96. ## History

Why did cattle owners have to buy private property on which to keep their cattle? A. They couldn’t graze their cattle on Native American reservations. B. Cattle in open-range herds got mixed together. C. Farms and the railroads carved up the open range.

97. ## Science

A student mixed two clear liquids together in a beaker and a solid precipitate formed. His data is shown in the table below. Liquid reactant A 10 g Liquid reactant B 17 g Beaker + solid product 32 g What is the mass of the beaker? A. 5 g B. 10 g C. 15 g D.

98. ## History

Which of the following are true about railroad expansion in the late 19th century? Choose all that apply. A. It led to new managerial forms and techniques. B. It accelerated the growth of new territories. C. It was financed by the government. D. It grew