Karine
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physics
A basketball player throws the ball at a 53degree angle above the horizontal to a hoop which is located a horizontal distance L = 2.4 m from the point of release and at a height h = 0.9 m above it.What is the required speed if the basketball is to reach
asked on September 27, 2014 
Math 116 algebra
There are 38 houses in a new community available with two floor plans. Floor plan x sells for $175,000 and Floor plan y sells for $200,000. The total worth of all available homes are $7,200,000. Write an equation that illustrates this situation. Part A:
asked on March 25, 2010 
Chemistry
I have to fill in the missing values in this invisible chart The cation is Sn+2, the Anion is SiO3^2. I think the compound is SnSiO3, and the name is silicite. Is this right? The cation is Al3+, the anion is S^2. I guessed the compound was Al2S3, and the
asked on March 9, 2009 
physics
A stone is thrown at 15 m/s an angle \theta below the horizontal from a cliff of height H. It lands 78 m from the base 6 s later. Find \theta and H.
asked on September 27, 2014 
physics
A ball is thrown at 14 m/s at 57° above the horizontal. Someone located 30 m away along the line3 of the path starts to run just as the ball is thrown. How fast, and in which direction, must the catcher run to catch the ball at the level from which it was
asked on September 27, 2014 
Math 116 algebra
Imagine you are in the market for a new home and are interested in a new housing community under construction in a different city. The sales representative informs you that there are 56 houses for sale two floor plans still available. Use x to represent
asked on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
Imagine you want to add a sprinkler system and the location of one section of the sprinkler line can be described by the equation y=1/2x4 Complete the table for this equation. x y (x,y) 1 2 4 2 8
asked on February 23, 2010

Math 116 algebra
can you explain how to do the elimination part of 2c?
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
I thought that maybe it would be. $175,000x+$200,000y=$7,200,000 Would this be correct?
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
Thank you once again. I was getting the same answers but I was wondering if I was wrong. Seems you made it correct in thought for me. Here is another one: The sales representative here tells you they also have two floor plans available at another community
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
my problem with the first one is how did you get a 4 when it is 3 times as many? would that 4 be a three instead and does that change the outcome of the solution?
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
thank you. Now using Part A and B what is the intercepts of part A and what are the intercepts of part b? Where would the lines intersect if you solved the system by graphing?
posted on March 25, 2010 
algebra
x+y=36
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
Now using the equations from Part A and Part B. use substitution to determine how many of each type of floor plan is available. Describe the steps you used to solve the problem
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
Not quite understanding since the y is only now 3 times more than x so shouldn't the variable stay the same as in the first part when making the equation?
posted on March 25, 2010 
math 116
An inequality shows two statements that are true only if one statement differs from the other by being greater than, or equal to the other. ex: x+1>3 changing > to = then x will be x=2 now substitute the > gives you x>2. Inequalities have multiple
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
thanks I thought the same. Now the second question is The sales representative later indicates that there are three times as many homes available with the second floor plan than the first. Write an equation that illustrates this situation. Use the same
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116
the answer is m=11 over 2. Hope this helps you.
posted on March 25, 2010 
Math 116 algebra
the grid is x y (x,y) 1 2 4 2 8 this is to the previous asked question from me.
posted on February 23, 2010