Jazy
Most popular questions and responses by Jazy
Geometry (Checking)
2.) Which is true about both Pappus's Theorem and Desargues' Theorem? Each theorem applies to spherical geometry. Each conclusion states that three points are collinear.
asked on May 28, 2014 
English (Checking please)
Write the letter for the choice that best defines the italicized word. 1.) When training for the marathon, Edgar had to run every day to increase his *stamina* health invincibility strength endurance
asked on May 26, 2014 
Geometry (Checking)
Point A is on the inside of a maze that is a simple closed curve. A segment from point A to the outside of the maze must cross the border of the maze an ___EVEN____ number of times for point A to be inside the maze. If a convex polyhedron has 6 vertices
asked on May 24, 2014 
Biology
If two different people use the same dichotomous key to identify the same organism, should they have different results? Explain. ( 3 points ) I put: They should have the same results. Since they are using the same key, the results couldn't possibly change.
asked on May 29, 2014 
Geometry
Could anyone tell me if this question is correct? 2.) Which is true about both Pappus's Theorem and Desargues' Theorem? Each theorem applies to spherical geometry. Each conclusion states that three points are collinear.
asked on May 28, 2014 
Geometry
Point A is on the inside of a maze that is a simple closed curve. A segment from point A to the outside of the maze must cross the border of the maze an ___EVEN____ number of times for point A to be inside the maze. If a convex polyhedron has 6 vertices
asked on May 24, 2014 
Math
If you are in a hotair balloon at a height of 100 meters, you can expect to see ____ km. Round your answer to the nearest kilometer and enter only the number.
asked on October 5, 2012 
Geometry
The equation of a circle is (x−4)^2+ (y+2)^2=16. B) Find the radius of the circle with the given equation. Can somone give me step by step explanations? Thank you in advance!
asked on May 25, 2014

Geometry
Hehehe, yes that's what I meant :D Thank you Steve! :)
posted on May 28, 2014 
Geometry (Checking)
Okay, is 3 between 180° and 540° ? Thank you bob :)
posted on May 28, 2014 
Algebra
Post the question lol :)
posted on May 28, 2014 
English (Checking please)
Yaaay! Thank you for help Ms.Sue!! You are truly amazing
posted on May 26, 2014 
Geometry
Thank you Steve.
posted on May 25, 2014 
Geometry
Thank you very much MathMate :)
posted on May 24, 2014 
Algebra
x: 400,000 , 100,000, 25000 Matched probabilities are (1/40) , 1/20, 37/40 Expected profit = (1/40)*400,000 + (2/40)100,000  (35/40)(25000) E(x) = [400,000+200,000875000)/40 E(x) = $6875
posted on May 24, 2014 
English III
Ms. Sue said it was Firm. I meant for the definitions :)
posted on May 24, 2014 
English III
Now, in the given context, decide which one makes sense :)
posted on May 24, 2014 
English III
po·lit·i·cal pəˈlitikəl/Submit adjective of or relating to the government or the public affairs of a country. in·for·mal inˈfôrməl/Submit adjective having a relaxed, friendly, or unofficial style, manner, or nature. firm1 fərm/Submit adjective
posted on May 24, 2014 
English III
militaristic 1. a person imbued with militarism. 2.a person skilled in the conduct of war and military affairs. Ummm....
posted on May 24, 2014 
algebra
P(A) = 1  P(A) = 1  0.7 = 0.3
posted on May 24, 2014 
Algebra 2
B P(6) = 5 / 36 ways to roll two dice: (6 * 6) = 36 ways to roll 6: (1, 5), (5, 1), (2, 4), (4, 2), (3, 3) one at a time
posted on May 24, 2014 
managerial accounting
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posted on May 5, 2010