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English
Which of the following is a theme of "Day of the Butterfly"? We all desire to belong to have a friend*** Girls are fragile like butterflies You can't change the way people feel about you A symbol is an object that represents an idea larger than itself In
asked on September 15, 2016 
Algebra 2
Find the values of the inverse function in radians. sin^1(0.65) a. 0.71+2pi n and 0.71+2pi n b. 0.71+2pi n and 3.85+2pi n c. 0.86+2pi n and 0.86 +2pi n d. 0.61+2pi n and 2.54+2pi n 2. tan^1(0.09) a.0.09+2pi n b. no such angle exists c.1.48+ pi n d.
asked on May 21, 2017 
English
The photo of the family in "At the Tourist Centre in Boston" is portrayed as unrealistic frightening beautiful true to life*** What is the tone of the following lines in "At the Tourist Centre in Boston? I seem to remember people, at least in the cities,
asked on September 14, 2016 
Algebra 2
What values for theta(0
asked on May 31, 2017 
Algebra 2
The dimensions in inches of a shipping box can be expressed as width x, length x + 1, and height x  4. The volume is 84 ft^3. Find the dimensions of the box in feet. 1, 1, 4 2, 2, 21 2, 6, 7 3, 4, 7 Please help? If somebody can help put this into an
asked on January 7, 2017 
Algebra
A gardener has a border of flowers around a rectangular vegetable garden. The vegetable garden is 5 ft x 2 ft, and the flower border has a uniform width of 1 ft and is 7 ft x 4 ft. What is the area of the flower garden only? 4 ft^2 10 ft^2 18 ft^2*** 28
asked on September 19, 2016 
English
3. The organizational pattern of the Gettysburg Address is (1 point) Problem and solution, because Lincoln explains what is necessary to win the Civil War. Compare and contrast, because Lincoln compares the soldiers at war with the ones who died.
asked on September 18, 2016 
English
You closed your eyes when you made the wish. Is that a sentence or a clause fragment? I think sentence... not sure though. Please help, thanks
asked on September 14, 2016 
English
All of the following statements about the setting of a story are true EXCEPT: a) Sometimes the setting and the plot of a story cannot be separated. b) The setting is usually not vital to the reader's understanding of the story. c) The description of a
asked on March 1, 2017 
English
Read the following sentences from the story "Loyalties." I was twelve years old at the time. One afternoon my father came rushing home earlier than usual. "Wife," he shouted to my mother who was out the back preparing food; "wife, have you not heard the
asked on January 18, 2017 
Algebra 2
How are the real solutions of a quadratic equation related to the graph of the quadratic function? Please help? How do I make a realworld situation out of this?
asked on November 13, 2016 
Algebra 2
Dante is making a necklace with 18 rows of tiny beads in which the number of beads per row is given by the series 3 + 10 + 17 + 24 + ... a. Use summation notation to write the series, give i.the lower limit of the sum ii.the upper limit of the sum iii.the
asked on March 27, 2017 
Algebra 2
Rick deposits $1,000 into an investment account which earns 4% annually. Sally loans $1,000 to a friend, and the friend agrees to pay her $50 each year, and will return the $1,000 after 10 years. Determine the amount of money each person has after 10
asked on January 11, 2017 
Algebra 2
1. By graphing the system of constraints, find the values of x and y that maximize the objective function. 2
asked on November 8, 2016 
Algebra 1
You draw 2 marbles from a bag containing 3 blue marbles, 2 green marbles, and 5 red marbles without replacement. What is the probability of drawing a red marble and then a green marble? 1/10 1/9 1/2 13/18
asked on May 24, 2017 
English
1. Read the following sentence from "The Swimming Contest." "When he saw me coming up the officer said, 'We've lost that information, dang it! They've killed that Arab of yours.' 'We've lost it,' I said. I went over to AbdulKarim's body and turned it
asked on March 2, 2017 
Algebra 2
For the annual rate of change of +70%, find the corresponding growth or decay factor. 0.70 1.70 170 70 For the annual rate of change of 75%, find the corresponding growth or decay factor. 75 1.25 0.75 0.25 I'm confused, please help? How can I solve
asked on January 11, 2017 
Algebra
p=1/r * s + d ; solve for s A. s = r/p  d B. s = p + d/r C. s = r(p  d) D. s = r(p + d) I'm not sure on this one, but I'd go with B. Please help? Thanks
asked on September 22, 2016 
English
A fundamental theme of the Gettysburg address is A. The condemnation of unnecessary violence B. The description of the impact of the Civil War C. The appeal for preservation of democracy in the United States D. The appeal for democracy within the union I'm
asked on September 18, 2016 
English
Everyone knows that water is important. Who doesn’t like to drink a cool glass of water after a long day? But some people don’t seem to worry about polluting the local water supply. They should! I like water, and so should everyone else. What change
asked on April 16, 2017 
English
Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the imperative mood? The vase was a fine example of Indian stoneware. Myra was ready to go shopping at the mall. I suggest we all take a deep breath and reconsider. Let’s get some ice cream for the
asked on January 15, 2017 
English
A crowd of fans who could not wait to get in the stadium Is that a sentence or a fragment? I think it's a fragment. Please help, thanks
asked on September 15, 2016 
English
According to Aristotle, an appeal that relies on an audience’s sense of right and wrong is an appeal to ethos, or ethics. an appeal to logos, or logic. an appeal to pathos, or emotion. an anecdote, or a story that illustrates a point. I feel like the
asked on May 1, 2017 
Algebra 1
Suppose a spherical asteroid has a radius of approximately 9.0 x 10^2m. Use the formula 4/3*pi r^3 to find the approximate volume of the asteroid. 2.57 * 10^9 m^3 1.07 * 10^4 m^3 2.54 * 10^10 m^3 4.51 * 10^10 m^3 I've worked 4/3*pi*10^2 = 900 meters... but
asked on February 20, 2017 
English
6. Read the following lines from the poem "Love After Love.""you will greet yourself arrivingat your own door, in your own mirror,and each will smile at the other's welcome,"In these lines, the mirror most likely symbolizes (1 point) a) a show of vanity.
asked on October 15, 2016 
English
5. Read the following sentences from “Day of the Butterfly” So Myra and Jimmy spent every recess standing in the little back portch between the two sides. Perhaps they watched the baseball games, the tag skipping and building of leaf houses in the fall
asked on September 25, 2016 
Algebra
A meteorologist announces that yesterday’s high temperature was within 4° Celsius of 18° Celsius all across the country. Write an inequality that involves an absolute value to represent yesterday’s high temperature. Solve the inequality and explain
asked on September 19, 2016 
English
One important goal of synthesizing should be to A. present the ideas of others as your own B. choose one source of information to rely on C. present your own ideas alone D. combine your ideas with researched information I actually have no idea. Please
asked on April 16, 2017 
English
Read the following paragraph from "Five Hours to Simla." After the cacophony of screeching brakes and grinding gears, there followed the comparatively static hum of engines, and drivers waited in exasperation for the next lurch forwards. For the moment
asked on April 9, 2017 
Algebra 2
The point (4, 1) is a solution to which of the following systems of inequalities? a. y < 3x  1 and y > x + 1 b. y > 3x  1 and y > x + 1 c. y > 3x  1 and y < x + 1 d. y < 3x  1 and y < x + 1 I'm very confused:( I don't know how to solve this. Please
asked on January 16, 2017 
English (essay question)
Hi, so I'm writing an expository essay and one of the requirements asks for the following: "Claim, example, warrant format in each body paragraph." What exactly does this mean? I understand I have to give examples, but does "claim" and "warrant" mean that
asked on December 6, 2016 
Chemistry
Is carbon dioxide a chemical reaction? Just carbon dioxide itself... (like from fossil fuels, cars, etc.)
asked on October 11, 2016 
Chemistry (chromatography)
I had a chromatography experiment for chemistry and here is one of the questions: Did the compounds travel farther in the water or the isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol)? Explain why you think that this is the case. Now, the compounds traveled the
asked on October 11, 2016 
Math
A photo is 4 inches wide. It is placed inside a frame with a border that is x inches wide. The total width of the photo and the frame is 7 inches. Write an equation to model the situation. Then solve the equation to find the width of the border. 4 + x = 7
asked on September 29, 2016 
English
Just a question I need to know... but in a poem, can three lines be considered a stanza? There's a poem I'm reading and the verses are in three lines, can those three lines (combined) be called a stanza? Or do they have to be at least 5 lines? Thanks
asked on September 25, 2016 
Algebra
Line n passes through points (7, 12) and (4, 15). What is the slope of a line that is perpendicular to line n?
asked on May 24, 2017 
English
How can I paraphrase this sentence? Creative writers/poets create original written works, such as scripts, essays, prose, poetry or song lyrics, for publication or performance.
asked on April 21, 2017 
Algebra 2
Explain how you can tell what kind of conic section a quadratic equation describes without graphing the equation. Can you do this by writing the equation in standard form? (That's what my answer key says... but I don't know how/if it's actually right)
asked on April 18, 2017 
English
Choose the best word to complete each sentence. My brother Luke _____ a computer genius. are am is*** were Sarah and her sister _____ to this city many times in the past year. has gone has been have been*** have went Are my answers correct?
asked on April 9, 2017 
Algebra 2
What is the intersection of a cone and a plane parallel to a line along the side of the cone? Provide mathematical examples to support your opinions. You may use equations, diagrams, or graphs to organize and present your thoughts. You are encouraged to
asked on March 28, 2017 
Algebra 2
Describe an infinite geometric series with a beginning value of 2 that converges to 10. What are the first 4 terms of the series? Last question and my mind is fried, can someone please help me? Thanks
asked on March 23, 2017 
Algebra 2
Are a rational expression and its simplified forms equivalent? Provide mathematical examples to support your opinions. You may use tables or graphs to organize and present your thoughts. Can somebody give me some guidance for answering this question or
asked on March 14, 2017 
Algebra 2
Solve the equation by graphing. 5 = √x3 I don't know how to make the graph. What would the graph look like? I worked out the equation and this is what it came out to be: 5 ≠ 5, which is no solution. Is there a way to graph this? Sorry, confused...
asked on February 25, 2017 
Algebra 1
When dividing two numbers written in exponential notation, what do you do with the exponents of 10? add subtract multiply divide I flat out do not know, can somebody please tell me what it is and why?
asked on February 20, 2017 
English
Hello, I have a question that asks me to describe elements of the 'Restoration comedy' as seen in a certain story (I've read the story). What exactly are some elements of Restoration comedy? I know what restoration comedy generally is, but can somebody go
asked on February 10, 2017 
Algebra 2
You have $3.20 in quarters and dimes. You gave four fewer quarters than dimes. What is the equation for this? They also want me to then answer in augmented matrix form, but I can do that easily, I just need the equation since I just get really mixed up
asked on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
Solve the logarithmic equation. Round to the nearest tenthousandth if necessary. log8x^3 = 4 Can somebody please give me a stepbystep for this? I'm usually good at this but I'm stuck for this one:( Thanks in adv.
asked on January 14, 2017 
Algebra 2
Can somebody please give me a short explanation (like, a very simple sentence) on how exponents and algorithms are related? I know what they are (for example:) Exponents are the inverse of logarithms and vice versa. 6^2 = 36 Log6(36) = 2 But can somebody
asked on January 14, 2017 
English
Based on "The Divine Comedy" by Dante Alighieri In "The Divine Comedy," what does the "one true path" that Dante has lost MOST LIKELY represent? The road to Rome His sense of right and wrong The literal way through the forest His knowledge of heaven and
asked on December 1, 2016 
Algebra 2
In the equation x^26x+c=0, find the values of c that will give two imaginary solutions. a. c >= 5 b. c > 6 c. c < 6 d. c > 9 I figured out the equation with 6 (so I believe either b or c is the answer) being there, but is would it be > or
asked on November 26, 2016 
Algebra 2
Rewrite x^2+9 as a product using complex numbers and the polynomial identity below. a. (x+3)(x3) b. (x+3i)(x3i) c. (3x)(3i) d. (x+9i)(x9i) I'm not sure if it's b or d, if I'm on the right path. Please help? Thanks
asked on November 26, 2016 
Algebra
Write a function rule to represent the sequence. 0.3, 0.9, 1.5, 2.1,... A(n) = 0.6 + (n  1)0.3 A(n) = 0.6  (n)0.3 A(n) = 0.3 + (n  1)0.6 A(n) = 0.3 + (n + 1)0.6 Write a function rule to represent the sequence. 47, 32, 17, 2,... A(n) = 47 + (n  1)15
asked on November 18, 2016 
Algebra
What is the inverse of the function? f(x)=3x f(x)=3x f(x)=x^3 f(x)=x/3 ***** This function does not have an inverse I think it's C but I'm not sure.
asked on November 17, 2016 
Algebra 2
The sum of a few numbers if 30, the first number is 2 less than the second, and the third is 4 less than the first. What are the order of numbers and what are the numbers? This is a post by one of my classmates that I'm supposed to solve. I'm probably
asked on November 9, 2016 
Algebra 2
The sum of 3 numbers is 42 The sum of the first number and the third number +2 = the second number The third number multiplied by 2 is equal to the sum of the first and third number Can someone help me solve this? Questions like these make my brain hurt, I
asked on November 9, 2016 
Algebra
A painting is 18 inches wide. It is placed inside a frame with a border that is x inches wide. The total width of the painting and the frame is 24 inches. Create an equation to model the situation, and then solve the equation to find the width of the
asked on October 13, 2016 
Algebra
Hi, can somebody help me make some equations? I need 3, one true, one false, and one open that includes 23 steps. I know what it means but I don't know how to make a decent one, it's supposed to be for my classmates to review and I'm not good at making
asked on October 4, 2016 
Algebra 2
The function f(x) = 5x. The graph of g(x) is f(x) vertically compressed by a factor of 1/4 and reflected in the x axis. What is the function rule for g(x)? g(x) = 20x g(x) = 5/4x g(x) = 20x g(x) = 5/4x I think it's B, but I'm really not sure... please
asked on October 3, 2016 
Algebra
Write a real world problem that you can model with the two step equation 5x+7=10. Then solve the problem. I understand that the answer is 3/5, but how would I put this in a real world situation?
asked on September 29, 2016 
Algebra
How can you model data with a linear function? You must provide a realworld example and show how to model the problem using a linear function. Be sure to explain how you know it is a function. This is a discussion question I need help on, can somebody
asked on September 29, 2016 
Algebra
a+(b+c)=a+(c+b) Communicative property of addition Communicative property of multiplication Associative property of addition Associative property of multiplication I don't know which one to pick for this one:p Please help, thanks
asked on September 13, 2016

ELA 10
OMG this is like a tumblr post!XD This is gold
posted on June 4, 2017 
Algebra 2
Nevermind, the answers were b and d:/
posted on May 21, 2017 
English
Okay, I see how it is ethics, thank you everybody, this helped a lot!:)
posted on May 1, 2017 
English
Okay, well... according to that I would have to say pathos.
posted on May 1, 2017 
Algebra 2
Oh ok, cool, thanks Damon!:)
posted on April 18, 2017 
English
Okay, #3 was my original guess, thank you!:)
posted on April 16, 2017 
English
Yes, I'd have to guess D since it follows the 'merging/combining' definition... is that right?
posted on April 16, 2017 
English
Thank you!
posted on April 9, 2017 
Algebra 1
Okay, thank you both!!:)
posted on February 20, 2017 
English
Okay, I see. Thank you, Ms. Sue:)
posted on January 18, 2017 
English
Well, now that you mention it, I suppose it could be d since she isn't as ecstatic as he when it comes to politics and she is "practical" about the change. Do you think it's d, Ms. Sue?
posted on January 18, 2017 
Algebra 2
Ok, great, thanks again Reiny!
posted on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
*have... not gave
posted on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
Thank you, Reiny and Damon!!:) I easily understand it now
posted on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
It's a
posted on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
Wait... 1 < 3
posted on January 16, 2017 
Algebra 2
Ah, okay. So, would the answer be d? 1 < 121 and 1 < 4 + 1 1 < 11 and 1 < 3
posted on January 16, 2017 
English
Okay, thank you
posted on January 15, 2017 
Algebra 2
Algorithms... WOW, I meant logarithms!
posted on January 14, 2017 
Algebra 2
Nevermind, I was able to solve it. It's D.
posted on January 11, 2017 
Algebra 2
Okay, cool. Thanks a lot, Damon!:)
posted on January 7, 2017 
English (essay question)
Oh okay (thank goodness!), thank you Reed!:)
posted on December 6, 2016 
Algebra
nevermind i got it:p
posted on November 18, 2016 
Algebra
Thanks, Steve!
posted on November 17, 2016 
English
Thanks Ms. Sue,
posted on October 15, 2016 
Algebra
Wait... isn't a function supposed to go like: y = f(x) or something? Where does that come in to play here?
posted on September 29, 2016 
Math
So: 4 + 2x = 7 2x = 7  4 2x = 3 x = 3/2 Is this correct?
posted on September 29, 2016 
Math
Oh ok, so it would be 2x, not just x
posted on September 29, 2016 
Algebra
Okay, thank you Reiny!:)
posted on September 29, 2016 
English
Okay, thank you Reed! :)
posted on September 25, 2016 
Algebra
Okay, is it A then?
posted on September 22, 2016 
Algebra
Thank you, Reiny!:) that really helped!
posted on September 19, 2016 
Algebra
#1: D=25g #3: D=25*7. 25*7= 175 (she can travel 175 miles)
posted on September 19, 2016 
Science
Saltwater, like the ocean, contains salt. Freshwater, or drinking water, is "fresh" and "drinkable," or for better terms, contains no salt.
posted on September 19, 2016 
English
Thanks Ms. Sue:) On my other question, would the answer have been B? The impact of the civil war?
posted on September 18, 2016 
English
So if it isn't C or D, then B
posted on September 18, 2016 
English
C, chronological
posted on September 18, 2016