Milan

Most popular questions and responses by Milan
1. math

if 12 counters are 3/4 of a set, what is the whole set of counters?

2. English

What does Annie's dialogue in the passage reveal about her character? A) she is proud and indifferent. B) she is sarcastic and cynical. C) she is timid and nervous. D) she is confident and persistent. Please help me. I've been stuck on this practice

7+5=8+ What number makes this equation true

4. math

michelle went on a 24-mile bike ride by lunchtime, they had ridden 5/8 of the total distance.How many miles did they have left to ride after lunch.

5. math

How do you insert grouping symbols to make this equation true? 9 plus 9 divided by 3 times 5 minus 3 = 12

6. Physics

Sue and Jenny kick a soccer ball at exactly the same time. Sue’s foot exerts a force of 56.6 N to the north. Jenny’s foot exerts a force of 88.6 N to the east. a) What is the magnitude of the resultant force on the ball? Answer in units of N b) What is

7. Data Management

Q: A coin is tossed 9 times. How many ways could the result be 6 heads and 3 tails? Answer is 84 ways If you could explain the process on how you get the answer that would be really helpful because I always get stuck on this kind of question... thanks!

8. english

a speeche on importance of discipline in students life. please ans as soon as possible, as on the tuesday the 27th of june i have to give a speech I'm not sure exactly what you're asking -- surely you're not expecting someone here to write your speech for

9. Physics

Two main strategies are employed to deflect an asteroid: destruction or slowing it down by at least 425 s so that the earth can move out of the impact zone. Assume perfect inelastic collision. (a) If we know the speed of the asteroid (va), mass (ma), and

10. Physics

A man is pulling on a rope with a force of 97 N directed at an angle of 68 degrees to the horizontal. What is the x-component of this force? What is the y-component of this force?

11. Science Math

2) How much force was used to move a box 42m if 13,734 J of work was done on it? 3)If the same amount of work was dodne as in problem #2, and the force on the box was 121 N, how far would the box be moved?

12. chemistry

how many molecules of O2 are in 5.0g of O2? how many atoms of oxygen are in this many molecules?

13. math

Please explain this. How many tons are in 1/2 of a whole ton.

14. math

Please explain question. How many tons are in 1/2 of a ton.

15. math

How do you do tri-puzzling

16. Physics

Consider an inertial reference frame. In this coordinate system 1. nothing can accelerate. 2. there is no inertia. 3. objects with no forces acting on them have no acceleration. 4. inertial mass depends on your elevation.

17. Physics

Consider an inertial reference frame. In this coordinate system 1. nothing can accelerate. 2. there is no inertia. 3. objects with no forces acting on them have no acceleration. 4. inertial mass depends on your elevation.

18. Physics

Consider an inertial reference frame. In this coordinate system

1. Algebra 1

D C B A B 5/5 100%

posted on November 26, 2018
2. Social Studies

posted on November 16, 2018
3. Social Studies

Do you guys the answer for annalye the effect that plentiful harvests had on population in the ancient civilizations of the mainlands river valleys

posted on November 16, 2018
4. SpanishiA

I got a 100% from Giselle’s answers🤷‍♀️

posted on October 25, 2018
5. Spanish

100% // the questions never got changed around.

posted on October 9, 2018
6. english

Yup ACB

posted on October 8, 2018
7. Chemistry

Your beautiful and fit. Which school do you go to?

posted on November 14, 2016
8. maths

i) 2 red,4 black => C(5,2)*C(6,4) =150 ii)3 red,3 black => C(5,3)*C(6,3) =200 iii)4red,2 black => C(5,4)*C(6,2) =75 Therefore total number of ways = 150+200+75 = 425 ways Hope this helps! Cheers! :)

posted on August 23, 2016
9. maths-probabilty(urgently needed)

i) 2 red,4 black => C(5,2)*C(6,4) =150 ii)3 red,3 black => C(5,3)*C(6,3) =200 iii)4red,2 black => C(5,4)*C(6,2) =75 Therefore total number of ways = 150+200+75 = 425 ways Hope this helps! Cheers! :)

posted on August 23, 2016
10. maths-probabilty

i) 2 red,4 black => C(5,2)*C(6,4) =150 ii)3 red,3 black => C(5,3)*C(6,3) =200 iii)4red,2 black => C(5,4)*C(6,2) =75 Therefore total number of ways = 150+200+75 = 425 ways Hope this helps! Cheers! :)

posted on August 23, 2016

If you have 3 licorice and had to share 3 with 4 people how much will every one get

posted on February 25, 2016
12. Data Management

Thank you @jollyrancher I don't know why I didn't do that before...

posted on January 27, 2016
13. history

(D) RULED IN FAVOR

posted on November 19, 2013
14. history

D RULED IN FAVOR

posted on November 19, 2013
15. Physics

Those are wrong

posted on September 11, 2011
16. Physics

I am lost on it

posted on September 11, 2011