Kitkat
Most popular questions and responses by Kitkat
Math11U
A surveyor in an airplane observes that the angle of depression to two points on the opposite shores of a lake are 32 and 45 degrees, respectively. What is the width of the lake to the nearest metre, at those two points?
asked on July 21, 2010 
SS
Realists wanted to make people aware of the costs of the industrial growth. Which action was hastened largely because public opinion was aroused by a contemporary novel. A.) Ratification of the nineteenth amendment B.) Establishment of the Interstate
asked on January 31, 2018 
english
I'm writing an essay analyzing Martin Luther King Jr's "I have a dream" speech. Does his speech contain any logical fallacies? I can't find anything online for this and even from reading the speech. HElp??
asked on November 11, 2017 
SOCIAL STUDIES
What underlying cause lead states to pass laws and at night late 1800s and requiring kids to attend school? A.) The necessary of an education workforce B.) The growth of civil rights movement C.) The increased number of women who work out of the home D.)
asked on January 31, 2018 
math 12
Seven yearold Sarah has nine crayons; three blue, one red, two green and three yellow. a) In how many ways can she line up the crayons on her desk? b) She is to pick up some of the crayons. How many different choices of some crayons could she make?
asked on November 27, 2010 
Social Studies
Which region led the world in agriculture and manufacturing during the 1500s and 1600s? A. Asia B. Europe C. North America D. South America Plz help I think it is b
asked on May 1, 2019 
math 12
A committee of students and teachers is being formed to study the issue of student parking privileges. Fifteen staff members and 18 students have expressed an interest in serving on the committee. In how many different ways could a fiveperson committee be
asked on November 28, 2010 
Social Studies
Of the following statements, which one MOST accurately represents Koryo culture? A. Traditional dress of Korean women mirrored that of Chinese women. B. Civil service exams and government jobs were open to all Koreans. C. Only aristocrats could own
asked on February 21, 2019 
math 12
In Lisa's firstyear college program she must take nine courses including at least two science courses. If there are five science courses, three mathematics courses, four language courses and five business courses from which to choose, how many different
asked on November 27, 2010 
math 12
A manufacturer of cereal finds that the masses of cereal in a company's 200g package are normally distributed with a mean of 200g and a standard deviation of 16.3g a) What proportion of these boxes contain between 183.7g and 216.3g of cereal? b) What is
asked on January 19, 2011 
math 12
The members of City Council are to vote yes or no on each of seven issues. In marking a ballot, each councilor has the option of abstaining on as many as six of the issues, but should not abstain in all seven cases. In how many ways can the ballot be
asked on November 27, 2010 
math 12
From 85 Records at D.S. Collegiate, the following data was collected: 12 studied Sociology, Economics and Accounting, 27 studied sociology and accounting, 20 studied economics and accounting, 21 studied economics and sociology, 36 studied sociology, 36
asked on November 28, 2010 
math 12
From a deck of 52 cards, how many different fourcard hands could be dealt which include one card from each suit?
asked on November 28, 2010 
math 12
A man bought two vanilla ice cream cones, three chocolate cones, four strawberry cones and one pistachio cone for his ten children. In how many ways can he distribute the flavors among the children?
asked on November 16, 2010 
math 12
In a population of 328 snakes at a zoo, it is known that 162 are female. A scientist selected 50 snakes at random to run some tests. What is the probability that the scientist will select at least 30 female snakes?
asked on January 23, 2011 
math
Ryan reaches into his gym bag for a pair of running shoes. If there are seven different pairs of shoes loose in the bag, how many ways can he pick two shoes that do not match?
asked on November 16, 2010 
math 12
In a population of 328 snakes at a zoo, it is known that 162 are female. A scientist selected 50 snakes at random to run some tests. What is the probability that the scientist will select at least 30 female snakes?
asked on January 19, 2011 
math 12
A soap company will give away a million dollars to everyone who guesses the order into which they have arranged the letters of the word SUPERCLEANER. Each entry must be in a separate envelope. How much would it cost you in postage to submit all possible
asked on November 16, 2010 
math 12
Ryan reaches into his gym bag for a pair of running shoes. If there are seven different pairs of shoes loose in the bag, how many ways can he pick two shoes that do not match?
asked on November 16, 2010 
Science
Is mushroom, desert, temperature, coral, steak, athletes foot, mold, tree, rocks, dirt, gold, plastic, grapes, turnda Biotic, both, or abiotic
asked on September 19, 2016 
math 12
Find the number of seating arrangements of eight basketball players on a bench if either the one centre or both of the two forwards must sit at the end where the coach always sits.
asked on November 16, 2010 
American Government
How does the right to file a lawsuit protect people? I cannot find any websites with the answer to this question. When I google it, the results are only on forums. I need a reliable website where I can find this answer. Help????!!!
asked on November 7, 2017 
math 12
The six members of the yearbook staff sit around the circular table in their office. How many different seating arrangements are there of this group of people?
asked on November 16, 2010 
Math11U
A Pythagorean Triple is a set of integers that satisfy the Pythagorean Theorem, c squared= a squared + b squared. 3,4,5 and 5,12,13 are just two of many examples. Find another, that is not a multiple of the one of the two given, using the following
asked on July 25, 2010 
Reading
Which do you think is likely the cause of the majority of motor vehicle accidents? 1.Drinking alcohol 2.Texting 3.Talking on a cell phone 4.Driving at night I think the answer is Texting.
asked on January 24, 2018 
english
This question is about The Tragedy of Julius Caesar. What are the consequences of Brutus's decision to join the conspirators and kill Caesar? Would the only consequence be that he kills himself? Or would there be more? And what are they or where can I find
asked on November 13, 2017 
math 12
In his best year, Mickey Mantles batting average was o.365. In that year, what was the probability that he would get exactly 5 hits in 15 times at bat? Compare the results from the normal approximation with the results from a calculation using a binomial
asked on January 23, 2011 
math 12
In his best year, Mickey Mantles batting average was o.365. In that year, what was the probability that he would get exactly 5 hits in 15 times at bat? Compare the results from the normal approximation with the results from a calculation using a binomial
asked on January 19, 2011 
Math11U
Cos^2(theta)3csc(theta)+2 divided by csc(theta)1
asked on July 21, 2010

Math
Are you sure that is the right answer
posted on May 3, 2019 
Social Studies
That didn't really give me anything I think it is b but what do you think
posted on February 21, 2019 
Social Studies please help me
What are the rest of the answers???
posted on November 26, 2018 
Language Arts
thank you Keria 100%
posted on May 30, 2018 
Math (Ms. Sue)

math
thank you mystery gurl
posted on May 21, 2018 
math
2+2=4 is correct for connections students
posted on May 21, 2018 
Math
thank you hal
posted on May 20, 2018 
Math Help Please? c: Thank you :3
thank you hal
posted on May 20, 2018 
math hurry
thank you hal
posted on May 16, 2018 
Math
just did the test helper man is right 100%
posted on May 16, 2018 
Math
lun 2.0 is 100% correct
posted on May 15, 2018 
Math.
i just took the test and got 100% connection students it is B A A B D
posted on May 7, 2018 
Math help! Hurry Please~
hello is right thank you hello
posted on May 7, 2018 
English
Thank you they are right but i missed one but that was my fault hit the worng one
posted on April 18, 2018 
English
Think about Jay and Daisy's past. Why did she leave each other 5 years ago? Why did Daisy move on when Jay didn't? Remember that Daisy wanted a stable, supported lifestyle. Jay didn't have a reliable money source before. Tom has plenty of money and they
posted on April 16, 2018 
Chemistry
This solution actually gets you 1.8x10^9 M! So Ksp of Copper Iodate is 1.4x10^7 and Ksp = [Cu^2+][IO3^]^2. You rearrange to solve for [IO3] by plugging in Ksp and 0.001 M as [Cu^2+]to get 0.0118 M. Taking 0.0118 as the [IO3^], you then focus on the
posted on April 16, 2018 
Social Studies
thanks 100%
posted on March 16, 2018 
SS
Wow hurtful, but okay thanks for the link I guess.
posted on January 31, 2018 
Social Studies
Oh snap B is wrong.
posted on January 31, 2018 
SOCIAL STUDIES
Thanks guys
posted on January 31, 2018 
Reading
Well, that text I can't do anything else about it.
posted on January 24, 2018 
Reading
The text states "the Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) analyzed nationwide crash data from 1999 to 2008. It found an overall drop in the number of deadly accidents among drivers of all ages, but an increase of 10 percent in the proportion of fatal
posted on January 24, 2018 
Science
Yes PQS. Praise Question and Suggestion
posted on January 23, 2018 
english
No
posted on November 11, 2017 
American Government
Also, I'm not sure if this question is asking for my own opinion or not. In the instructions, it said to answer the question "based on your knowledge of civil law."
posted on November 7, 2017 
Physics
What is the amplitude of the subsequent oscillations? A=√{mv^2/k} √{1.00*(31^2)/14} A=8.285098499cm
posted on January 29, 2012 
math 12
Ok I did that but when I finished, I got a answer that no one took Sociology alone and 74 students records were examined. Can you please check this?
posted on November 28, 2010 
math 12
Thanks:) I got the same answer
posted on November 28, 2010 
math 12
ok thanks I just wanted to make sure I did it right
posted on November 28, 2010 
math 12
I do not get the 3^7 wouldn't it be 7^3 because you have seven questions but can can choose to do one of three for each question?
posted on November 28, 2010 
math
well for the matched pairs part the 7 is the pairs and the 2 is the orders of pairs LR and RL
posted on November 16, 2010 
math
what I did is Total= 14*13=182 Matched pairs=7*2=14 18214 168 possibilities
posted on November 16, 2010 
math
Why did you divide the answer from 14*13 by 2?
posted on November 16, 2010 
math 12
that's what I got:) Thanks
posted on November 16, 2010 
math 12
Yes I did 39916800X0.57 which is our postage per letter
posted on November 16, 2010 
math 12
Yes I did 10!/3!4!2!
posted on November 16, 2010 
Math11U
Just a question.. should I have 3 numbers and not only two?
posted on July 25, 2010 
Math11U
It's Cos^2(theta) is that the same as csc^(theta)?
posted on July 21, 2010