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geometry
findthe exact area of the region bounded by two concentric circles with a radii of 10 and 6 inches
asked on May 18, 2013 
geomerty
find the area of a circle circumscribed about a equalateral triangle whose side is 18 inches long
asked on May 18, 2013 
Chemistry
express this mass as a percentage of the weight of your sample of plant food. this is the % of elemental phosphorous in the plant food. I'm not sure what the question is asking for. The mass its referring to is 0.06438g Phosphorus and the weight of the
asked on February 10, 2011 
angle relationships
Suppose that angle J and angle K are complementary, and that the measure of angle J is 48 degrees, 26 minutes, 8 seconds. What is the measure of angle K?
asked on February 9, 2016 
Math
Integrate (sin^2(t)+1)/(cos^4(t))dt
asked on February 11, 2011 
chemistry
ok and i had another question: convert the % elemental phosphorus(6.391%) to the % phosphorus present as phosphorous pentoxide (P2O5)
asked on February 10, 2011

Check Answers (Math)
cool is right
posted on April 6, 2018 
English
“it emphasizes the work of the ladies at the candy factory” hope that helps
posted on January 19, 2018 
English help please!!!
d. it emphasizes the work of the ladies at the candy factory
posted on January 19, 2018 
math
I'm assuming the question says f(x)=x^2+5 in which case you substitute 4 in for x: f(4)=(4)^2+5=16+5=11
posted on February 11, 2011 
5th Grade Math
thanks for the correction the answer is 3800 otherwise that makes no sense. the question is asking for how many amphibians there are in the world and the 3400 represents 90% of all amphibians in the world. The answer can not be less then 3400 since that's
posted on February 11, 2011 
Math
yes. It is a hyperbolic function with asymptotes at x = 0 and y = 0.
posted on February 11, 2011 
5th Grade Math
3400/90% = 3777 round to nearest 100 so answer is: 3700
posted on February 11, 2011 
Chemistry
ok and i had another question: convert that to the % phosphorus present as phosphorous pentoxide (P2O5)
posted on February 10, 2011