# HM

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1. ## PROBABILITY MATH

From a group of 3 men and 4 women, a delegation of 2 is selected at random. What is the expected number of men in the delegation? Round your answers to two decimal places as needed. Could someone help me with how to do this?

2. ## PROBABILITY MATH

A batch consists of 12 defective coils and 88 good ones. find the probability of getting two good coils when two coils are randomly selected if the first selection is replaced before the second is made. Help me.. since it would be replaced would the answer

3. ## PROBABILITY MATH

An unprepared student makes random guesses for the ten true-false questions on a quiz. Find the probability that there is at least one correct answer. Could some one please help me? And explain to me how they got the answer? and is there another way

4. ## English-Commas,Check

The horse ran down the hill and through the meadow. a. Correct 2. (Points: 2) The restaurant has openings for waitresses bus boys and fry cooks. b. Incorrect 3. (Points: 2) Whenever I hear the opening measure of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony I get goose

5. ## Government US

2. Which of the following statements best describes the relationship today between government and the economy in the United States? a. The economy is largely self-regulating. b. The government subsidizes economic interests but otherwise leaves them to

6. ## Pronoun agreement

Are my answers correct? 1. (Points: 2) Neither of the actors has learned (his, their) lines. a. his 2. (Points: 2) Her briefcase and umbrella were missing from (its, their) usual place in the hall. b. their 3. (Points: 2) Company rules require every memo

7. ## English Check

Online Vs Traditional Dating Thesis : Technology has brought many innovations in human life and one of the greatest is online dating. However, just like Traditional dating, online involves a lot heartbreaks too and both are harmful if done recklessly. In

8. ## calc/trig

A 84-ft tree casts a shadow that is 130 ft long. What is the angle of elevation of the sun?

9. ## GOVERNMENT USA HELP FAST

The military-industrial complex a. consists of an alliance of the military and industry that is pitted against officials in Congress and the executive branch. b. suffered a rare defeat in 2009 when funding for additional F-22 fighter jets was rejected by

10. ## English Essay

I am supposed to write a comparison essay for English. Related to Online Vs Traditional Dating. Could you help me make a strong thesis? Technology has brought many innovations in human life and one of the greatest for many is online dating. However just

11. ## Essay Check

This is an essay about the article called Rambo's of the road, could you please read it and see if I am getting there? It is supposed to be a critique. Note: This is not a spellcheck or proofread, I just want someone to read it and tell me if it is alright

12. ## Math Probability

A lottery game has balls numbered from 0 - 9 If a ball is selected at random, what is the probability of selecting an even numbered ball or a 5 ? I am guessing this is Mutually exclusive event and hence used the OR= P(A)+P(B) concept considering 0 as an

13. ## US history HELP

All of the following statements about the Battle of Midway are true EXCEPT that: 1. ( They never retreated :S ) the Japanese navy was forced into retreat less than six months after Pearl Harbor 2.(possible) the battle began with another Japanese surprise

14. ## English Check

1. (Points: 2) The lawyer had been involved in several (elicit, illicit) activities. b. illicit 2. (Points: 2) When people (emigrate, immigrate), they move into a country. b. immigrate 3. (Points: 2) Several (incidence, incidents) caused the bookkeeper to

15. ## EnglishCheck

CHECK PLEASE 1. (Points: 2) The bank will not (lend, loan) money for home repairs. b. loan Save Answer 2. (Points: 2) My allergies sometimes cause me to (loose, lose) my voice. b. lose Save Answer 3. (Points: 2) Please leave the report on the desk, and

16. ## EssayCHECK

Online Vs Traditional Dating Innovations and technology has brought about many changes in day to day human life. More recently, and with the advent of the internet, communication amongst people from all over the world has drastically increased to levels

17. ## US history-Religion

By 1960, about 65 percent of Americans: 1. prayed 2. believed in evolution 3. belonged to a church 4. read the Bible 5. believed in God There are no clear stats but 3 would be the most closest answer correct?

18. ## US history

After dropping two atomic bombs on Japan, the United States: 1. accepted Japan’s surrender, albeit with the condition that the emperor could keep his throne 2. dropped a third one on Tokyo to force the Japanese to surrender 3. accepted Japan’s

19. ## US history HELP

One major reason for religion’s growing appeal in the 1950s was: 1. the fire-and-brimstone style of television preachers 2. widespread guilt over the country’s material abundance 3. huge new churches that sponsored social and recreational activities 4.

20. ## US history HELP

Which of the following statements is true? a. Political parties are unimportant in the organization of the U.S. Congress. b. Party-line voting rarely occurs in Congress. c. Party-line voting has increased in recent years. d. Partisanship makes virtually no

21. ## US history HELP

Which of the following statements about the Social Security Act is NOT true? 1. It was based on a progressive tax that took a larger percentage of higher incomes. 2. It provided old-age pensions. 3. It was, according to Roosevelt, the “supreme

22. ## Government US

35. All of the following are true of the Head Start program except that it a. began as part of the War on Poverty in the 1960s . CORRECT c. has been weakened by children’s unsupportive environments at home. I DON'T KNOW d. is fully funded at the present

23. ## PROBABILITY MATH

Find the probability of correctly answering the first 4 questions on a multiple choice test if random guesses are made and each question has 5 possible answers. Explain to me the answer?

24. ## MATH help

A box with no top is to be constructed from a piece of cardboard whose Width measures x inch and whose length measures 3 inch more than the width the box is to be formed by cutting squares that measure 1 inch on each side of the 4 corners and then folding

25. ## Government US

28. Which of the following statements is true? a. X The national debt was eliminated in 1998. b.X The Chair of the Fed creates the president’s budget on an annual basis. c. Keynes advocated deficit spending to counteract an economic downturn. d.X The

charlie can not remember how much he financed to buy his car.. he does remember that his monthly payment is \$200 and his add on interest rate was 12% and he made a total of 18 payments. find the amount of his loan to the nearest penny. I keep getting over

27. ## US history HELP

The use of atomic bombs against Japan had what significance? 1. They rendered the entire island of Honshu inhabitable for twenty-three years. 2. They prevented the Soviets from entering the war in Asia. 3. They shocked Germany into surrendering before

28. ## Government US

33. Which of the following is correct about environmental policy? a. The national parks are subject to a dual use policy of preservation, recreation and exploitation of the rich natural resources. b. The Environmental Protection Agency was elevated to

29. ## Government US

The United States has two court systems, state and federal. The federal system a. has discretionary jurisdiction over all cases arising in the state system. c. is the only one based on the constitutional doctrine of the separation of powers. e. None of

30. ## US history HELP

Kennedy’s inauguration is best remembered for: 1. the list of promises in his speech 2. his elegant and inspiring rhetoric 3. the record cold in Washington that day 4. the large and friendly crowd 5. the flatness of his delivery I would say 3 .

31. ## US history

The GI Bill did all of the following EXCEPT: 1. provide educational benefits for veterans 2. pay veterans large bonuses to remain in the military 3. provide medical treatment for veterans 4. help prevent a postwar depression 5. provide housing loans for

32. ## Government US

Advocates of deregulation are primarily concerned with a. efficiency. c. externalities. e. political expediency. I would say E?

33. ## US history

The passage of the lend-lease bill in 1941 signaled what about American opinion? 1. Internationalist sentiment was weakening. 2. Pacifism was resurgent. 3. Americans paid little attention to the European war. 4. The president lost control over Congress. 5.

34. ## Government US

Democrats in Washington have usually responded to high levels of unemployment with b. increased government spending. c. increased government taxes. d. decreased government taxes. e. decreased government regulation.

35. ## statistics

Q2 = D5 = Median Then what is D4 going to be? I am talking about Deciles here

36. ## US history HELP

From late 1941 into early 1942, World War II in the Pacific experienced: 1.(i am not sure) a string of American victories that put Japan on the defensive 2.(wrong) the Japanese invasion and capture of Australia 3.(wrong) the Japanese on the Philippines

37. ## US history HELP

Kennedy’s successor as president, Lyndon Johnson: 1. like Kennedy, had been born into wealth and privilege 2. was a fairly typical southern conservative 3. genuinely cared about the disadvantaged in society 4. had a humble and modest character 5. may

38. ## Government US

The highest rate of inflation (13 percent) since World War II occurred in a. 1955. b. 1963. c. 1979. d. 1991. e. 2002. I cannot find this answer anywhere.

39. ## PROBABILITY MATH

a spinner has regions numbered through 1-21 what is the probability that the spinner will stop on an even number or a multiple of 3.. I am confused. I keep coming up with 17/21 but the real answer is 2/3 how how how ?

40. ## Government US

A written Supreme Court opinion that, in the absence of a majority opinion, represents the reasoning of most of the justices who side with the winning party is a a. plurality opinion. b. concurring opinion. c. leading opinion. d. prevailing opinion. e. per

41. ## US history HELP

Blacks who moved to northern cities found: 1. inability to vote 2. quality public housing 3. acceptance and respect 4. middle-class status 5. new problems and forms of exploitation is it 4 or 3 ?

42. ## Government US

The laws applicable to a case a. reveal the relevant circumstances of the case, and are determined solely by trial courts. b. are more important than the facts of a case, and supersede the facts when the two conflict. c. constrain the judiciary, because

43. ## Government USA-Help

Government can lawfully prevent a political rally from taking place a. under no circumstances; people have an unconditional right to express their views. b. when the rally would require unduly expensive police protection. c. when the views of those holding

44. ## US history HELP

Which of the following statements about the Social Security Act is NOT true? 1. It was based on a progressive tax that took a larger percentage of higher incomes. 2. It provided old-age pensions. 3. It was, according to Roosevelt, the “supreme

45. ## US history HELP

One of Johnson’s major goals in Vietnam was to: 1. keep the Soviets and Chinese from attacking elsewhere in Asia 2. use nuclear weapons to end the war as quickly as possible 3. use the war to unite the country at home 4. avoid losing it to communism 5.

46. ## College Math

What is conditional, and identity or a contradiction ? in terms of a linear equation. Please can you give some examples

47. ## English Research Essay Check

Hira Mubeen Professor Peggy Vera English 1301 5 December 2011 Keep Your Mind on the Road There are lucky days when a driver gets way with writing a text on a U-turn, or hearing a birthday carol from a loved one on their way to work. But not all drivers are

48. ## English Check

Write a paragraph explaining why you think it is a suitable topic for a research paper, based on your research questions. What are the risks of using cell phones when driving? How will the police control people from violating this law? will banning

49. ## Government US

Which of the following is the measure of success in an unconventional war? a. winning the support of the people b. territory gained c. enemy soldiers killed d. combat units destroyed e. regime change I WOULD SAY E?

50. ## Shirley Jackson The Lottery

Questions plague the mind of many readers of why exactly Tessie Hutchinson was stoned in Shirley Jackson's, "The Lottery." This gruesome tale tells of an innocent woman stoned in a small village of 300 people. In doing so, the community thought that their

51. ## US GOV

Government can lawfully prevent a political rally from taking place a. under no circumstances; people have an unconditional right to express their views. b. when the rally would require unduly expensive police protection. c. when the views of those holding

52. ## Government USA-Help

Supply-side economics, during President Reagan’s administration, involved a. the supply component of the supply-demand equation. b. stressing the importance of tax cuts for businesses. c. stressing the importance of tax cuts for the wealthy. d. an

53. ## Texas Government

Which of these was NOT a major factor in the emergence of a two-party system in Texas? a. The Shivercrats b. The civil rights movement c. In-migration d. Failure of the New Deal e. Support among minorities for liberal policies I would say In-migration

54. ## US history

At the Battle of the Bulge: 1. Germany’s victory once again threatened an overall Allied defeat 2. the British repelled the German invasion force seeking to conquer Britain 3. German forces pushed the Allied amphibious invasion back into the English

55. ## PROBABILITY MATH

A bag contains 10 red chips and 12 blue chips. Two chips are selected randomly without replacement from the bag. What is the probability that the two chips are the same color? Round your answer to 3 decimal places.. Help me find the answer. Is there

56. ## USA PoliScience - HELP FAST

When the Fed was created in 1913, a. it had no role in the management of the nation's economy. b. it was restricted to providing emergency loans to financial institutions. c. it adhered to a strictly supply-side policy focus. d. its primary economic

57. ## Math

A box with no top is to be constructed from a piece of cardboard whose Width measures x inch and whose length measures 3 inch more than the width the box is to be formed by cutting squares that measure 1 inch on each side of the 4 corners and then folding

58. ## Maths

The voltage power production of a nuclearpower plant. Is it going to be discreet or continuous ? Explain how and why?

59. ## US history HELP

The Farm Security Administration: 1. provided federal subsidies for the expansion of large farms 2. concentrated on rehabilitating devastated soils on the Great Plains 3. offered loans to marginal farmers (so they could avoid falling into tenancy) and to

60. ## PROBABILITY MATH

Suppose one card is selected at random from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. Let A= event a diamond is selected B=event a club is selected Determine P(A|(not B)) DrBob said it is 1/3 but how did he get it? I keep getting answer 1 or 21/26

61. ## PROBABILITY MATH

A batch consists of 12 defective coils and 88 good ones. find the probability of getting two good coils when two coils are randomly selected if the first selection is replaced before the second is made. Help me.. since it would be replaced would the answer

62. ## Government US

Which of the following is true of social security and Medicare? a. Eligibility requirements make sure that all social security beneficiaries have an absolute economic need for the benefit. b. Spending on Medicare and social security exceeds the total of

63. ## math

Cucumbers are on sale, so you buy 30 pounds of them at the local market for your restaurant. Each cucumber is actually 98% water. A few days later, the cucumbers have dried out to the point that each is now 89% water. How much do all your cucumbers weigh

64. ## PROBABILITY MATH

From a group of 3 men and 4 women, a delegation of 2 is selected at random. What is the expected number of men in the delegation? Round your answers to two decimal places as needed. Could someone help me with how to do this?

65. ## USA PoliScience

Select a two interest groups that are on opposite side of some issue or policy goal. I was thinking I should write about American Freedom Agenda- But does the question mean we have to find two groups against each other? Or one group on an issue.. and is my

66. ## US history HELP

Blacks who moved north- 1945-1960? Blacks who moved to northern cities found: 1. inability to vote 2. quality public housing 3. acceptance and respect 4. middle-class status 5. new problems and forms of exploitation 3, or 2 ?

67. ## USA PoliScience

The presidency has been a consistently activist office since the administration of a. Andrew Jackson. b. Abraham Lincoln. c. U.S. Grant. d. Franklin Roosevelt. e. Richard Nixon. I know for sure it is not Andrew Jackson .. My guess would be.. Roosevelt ?

68. ## USA PoliScience

On average, women earn about _____ as much as men. a. one-fourth b. one-half c. two-thirds d. three-fourths e. nine-tenths I have looked all over.. My educated guess would be 1/4

69. ## MLA format English

. An article accessed through a library data base by May Gottchalk titled Reconsidering Dyslexia. The article was published in the May 24, 2002, issue of Education Matters and you retrieved the article using Wilson Select on November 22, 2003, on the

70. ## US history

Which of the following is an American organization founded in the early 1920s to promote international peace? 1. Daughters of the American Revolution 2. American Committee for the Outlawry of War 3. Kellogg-Briand group 4. League of Nations 5. United

71. ## statistics

If Q2 = D5 = Median Which means if the 2nd quartile equals to 5th decile and also the median.. then how do we find out the fourth decile? I mean is there a way to find it out through this? Then what is D4 going to be? I am talking about Deciles here..

72. ## Government US

The primary reason that the existence of Social Security greatly lessens the demand for other forms of social welfare is that a. Social Security is so popular that many people believe other welfare programs are neither necessary nor desirable. WRONG b. the

73. ## English-Writing

Many students fear the thought of college. It is not only the transition from high school that intimidates them, but large classrooms, two hour seminars, and worse part, the fear of failure is what keeps them from going. Hence either take shorter hours,

74. ## Texas Government

Which of the following forms the core of the Republican Party? a. Hispanic Catholics b. Anglo Catholics c. Anglo Protestants d. Anglo Mormons e. Black Protestants Anglo Protestants.

75. ## Texas Government

According to the text, what is the current combined state and local sales tax rate in Texas? a. Texas has no state tax rate; only local rates apply. b. 2% c. 6.25% d. 8.25% A is the correct answer? Since in the text it says Texans pay only federal income

76. ## PROBABILITY MATH

Suppose one card is selected at random from an ordinary deck of 52 playing cards. Let A= event a diamond is selected B=event a club is selected Determine P(A|(not B)) Could some one explain this to me and tell me how they got the answer

77. ## English

The horse ran down the hill and through the meadow. Is this correct?

78. ## MATH help

a certain radioactive isotope has a half life of approx 1,300 years . How many years to the nearest year would be required for a given amount of this isotope to decay to 55% of that amount. So I am not sure where to put the 1,300 1,300=2600*e^t or

79. ## Pronoun agreement

Everyone drove (his, their) own car to the scout meeting. a. his b. their My teacher says the Everyone is a singular but this only sounds correct with their.. What is the correct version?

80. ## chemistry

Use a balanced redox equation to answer the following question. 71.7 mL of 1.13 x 10-4 mol L-1 potassium ferricyanide solution is required to react completely with 43.9 mL of ascorbic acid solution (under acidic conditions). What is the concentration of

81. ## US GOVernment

Which of the following is NOT true of third parties? a. They have never gotten over 10 percent of the popular vote. b. They are formed by independents. c. A majority of Americans favors the idea of a third party. d. They have seldom won electoral votes in

82. ## English

Please check my last post as well. I typed a reply. Moreover if I were to come up with an Original and creative essay title. What should it be. For the topic Banning Cellphones while driving. 1. Who is to blame? 2. Blame the cellphone 3. I just wanted to

83. ## US history

Who was the economist whose ideas provided a theoretical justification of the New Deal? 1. Henry Morgenthau 2. Harold Ickes 3. Milton Friedman 4. Arthur Laffer 5. John Maynard Keynes Out of all of them the only economists are Jogn Maynard Keynes and Arthur

84. ## English

The politician has a large (amount, number) of supporters. a. amount b. number I would say Number. I just need a heads up..

85. ## US history HELP

Toward the end of the Eisenhower presidency, the country could celebrate: 1. the addition as states of Alaska and Hawaii 2. the weakening of communism and the Soviet Union 3. a full-employment economy 4. a climate of growing racial harmony 5. the practical

86. ## US history HELP

Use of the term Chicano indicated: 1. Mexican American opposition to illegal immigration 2. increasing opposition of Hispanic Americans to the Vietnam War 3. efforts of Hispanic Americans to make Spanish the national language 4. growing political

87. ## Texas Government

Which of the following are "swing states"? a. Those that may vote Republican or Democratic b. States that joined the Union after 1870 c. Large states d. Small states e. New England A ?

88. ## statistics

Some test use a median of 50 and a standard deviation of 10. What proportion of the population will be between the standard score of 90 and 110?

89. ## US history

Which of the following statements about the Social Security Act is NOT true? 1. It was based on a progressive tax that took a larger percentage of higher incomes. 2. It provided old-age pensions. 3. It was, according to Roosevelt, the “supreme

90. ## US history

Who was the economist whose ideas provided a theoretical justification of the New Deal? 1. Henry Morgenthau 2. Harold Ickes 3. Milton Friedman 4. Arthur Laffer 5. John Maynard Keynes Out of all of them the only economists are Jogn Maynard Keynes and Arthur

91. ## Texas Government

The sunset review process has a. eliminated a few government agencies. b. dramatically reduced the number of state government agencies. c. created even more state government agencies. d. decreased the influence of interest groups on state agencies. I think

92. ## Texas Government

What term best describes the Texas legislature? a. moderate professional b. citizen c. moderate professional/citizen d. congressional I would say C is the answer from this paragraph. Today the Texas legislature falls between those legislatures that are

93. ## Government USA-Help

The U.S. lesson learned from the Vietnam War was that a. public opinion could be ignored by leaders during wartime. b. nuclear weapons had utility in a war of insurgency. c. there were limits on America's ability to get its own way in the world. d. the

94. ## Help with math

I am stuck on a probability question. Please help and tell me the easiest way to find the answer to this.. I am confused and keep getting 5/6 A fair die is rolled..what is the probability of rolling an odd number or a number less than 3? the actual answer

95. ## Monthly payment-Math

Okay here is my question two guys buy a new room for \$10,000 down payment: \$1000 and they want to pay whatever they owe in 30 monthly payments.. find the amount of the monthly payment at 10% add on interest. I keep getting 330.. but the answer is 375. I

96. ## USA PoliScience

In forming Medicare, a. President Johnson allowed conservatives to propose a program, knowing it would ensure passage by Congress. > This is probably not correct because congress was never so easy. b. President Johnson resisted some Democratic urging to

97. ## English

Whenever I hear the opening measure of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony I get goose bumps. I think this is incorrect. Is it ?

98. ## English

Steve refused to write a term paper; therefore, he failed the course. Is this incorrect?

99. ## Government US

The constitutional provision that federal judges and justices hold office "during good behavior" has a. meant, in effect, that they will serve until they die or choose to retire. b. provided them the opportunity to carry out their duties without immediate