Hannie
Popular questions and responses by Hannie
Math
A tennis court is 23.8 m by 11 m. A tennis club has 3 courts side by side in a fenced area. The courts have 3 m between them and 3 m around the outside. What are the dimensions of the fenced space? Please and thank you!
asked on July 22, 2008 
math
The hypotenuse of a right triangle measures 10m. One leg of the triangle is 2m longer then the other. Find the lengths of the legs. How would you solve this equation?
asked on July 13, 2008 
Pre Algebra
(√a)^2 How do I solve this? THank you!!!
asked on January 14, 2016 
question!
What are the operating times at Jiskha when I can actually get a response within half an hour?
asked on October 29, 2008 
Math
6 divide n = 9 and 5 over 6
asked on July 22, 2008 
Math
How do you calculate the perimeter of a half circle?
asked on July 22, 2008 
Science
Helloo.. i got a worksheet about compounds,elements andnumber of elements. it tells me to list the elements and number of atoms found in each of the compounds and i don't understand how to do get the elements and the # of atoms in the equation.. PLease
asked on July 16, 2008 
math cont'd
how would you solve this equation? the measurement of a triangle is 2m more than the base. The area is 17.5m^2. Find the length of the base.
asked on July 13, 2008 
MATH
how would you solve this equation? the measurement of a triangle is 2m more than the base. The area is 17.5m^2. Find the length of the base.
asked on July 13, 2008

question!
okay. Now I'll know around when I can ask questions.. and since the time zones are different I was just wondering. My question has been answered even though it has nothing to do with hw.. but I couldn't find the answer on the website so I had to ask you
posted on October 29, 2008 
Math
ohh... okay thanks so much! i really appreciate it. it makes sense now. ;)
posted on July 23, 2008 
Math
correction* 3 meters is too less room.
posted on July 23, 2008 
Math
Okay. That's true, 3 meters is a pretty wide space. I figured out the first dimension, it's 29.8 m. I still need the second dimension so I can figure out the area of the fenced space.
posted on July 23, 2008 
Math
you question doesn't make much sense. how can (x + 4) be the exponent from the base of 3?
posted on July 23, 2008 
Math
Can anyone help mee?
posted on July 22, 2008 
Math
The product of 7 over 12 and a mystery number is 1 over 2. What is the number?
posted on July 22, 2008 
Math
What numbers have no recrpricol?
posted on July 22, 2008 
Math
Okay. Thank you very much. I had a feeling that the answer at the back was wrong, I tried many solutions, and it didn't work. So you're probably right. :)
posted on July 22, 2008 
Math
The question says that the diameter is 8 cm, and then it asks to fnd the perimeter. I found the answer using your formula but when I checked the back of the book, it said the answer was 20.56 cm, not 25.12 cm.
posted on July 22, 2008 
Science
okay. I think I understand it now. Thank you.
posted on July 16, 2008 
Science
how would you know how much each is worth? if you look it up in the periodic table.... is it always the same number amount of atoms for the elements?
posted on July 16, 2008 
Science
how would you know how much each is worth? if you look it up in the periodic table.... is it always the same number amount of atoms for the elements?
posted on July 16, 2008 
Science
Why would you have to add those numbers up?
posted on July 16, 2008 
MATH
correction..: how would you solve this equation? the height of a triangle is 2m more than the base. The area is 17.5m^2. Find the length of the base. it's height.. not measurement..
posted on July 13, 2008 
math
thank you :)
posted on July 13, 2008