Ms Pi_3.14159265358979

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  1. Science

    Give you a hint... the fossils "settled" in the bottom of the lake : )

    posted on January 25, 2020
  2. Science

    What do you think the answer is?

    posted on January 25, 2020
  3. Math

    The angle of depression is equal to the angle of elevation. So... the 35 degrees goes in the bottom corner of the triangle beside Joe. FYI you also know that opposite to your 35 degrees is the side of the triangle that has the 50 feet. So you are trying to

    posted on January 7, 2020
  4. Algebra

    You are very welcome! : )

    posted on December 30, 2019
  5. Algebra

    #10 is not A, as you are moving in the NEGATIVE direction... thus the exponent must be negative...

    posted on December 30, 2019
  6. Algebra

    #11 as D is correct : ) Make sure you write down the full solution in your notebook so you see how we did the last 3/6 to get the .5 : )

    posted on December 30, 2019
  7. Algebra

    Sold for - bought for = profit $240.00 - $210.99 = profit Profit = 29.01 Then he did it for 2 computers.

    posted on December 30, 2019
  8. Algebra

    So that will help with #11 : )

    posted on December 30, 2019
  9. Algebra

    For #10 check how many times you would move the decimal from 5.12 back to where it is in the original question. The number of movements will tell you the exponent.

    posted on December 30, 2019
  10. Algebra

    WHat is 3/6 as a decimal? It will help you with #11

    posted on December 30, 2019
  11. Algebra

    #9 is not quite right yet either... sold for - bought for = profit. then the profit is times by 2 I will be happy to check your re-do answers : )

    posted on December 30, 2019
  12. Algebra

    #11 is not quite right yet... 27 divided by 6 is 4, and then there are three left out of 6... that is 3/6 turned into a decimal number...

    posted on December 30, 2019
  13. Algebra

    #10 will need to be checked for sure... Think about the direction you have to move the decimal point.

    posted on December 30, 2019
  14. Calculus

    From a gentle stand point... There are only 400 L in the tank. r(t) = 400 − 8t If time is 45 minutes then r(t) = 400 - 8(45) = 400 - 360 = 40 So 360 Litres has left the tank : )

    posted on November 21, 2019
  15. math

    You are dividing the gravy up. You may want to make the mixed fraction to improper... that is 3 and 2/5 is 17/5 then you want to know how much each person will get 17/5 divided by 4 Which can also be represented as a multiplication of 1/4 17/5 x 1/4 or

    posted on November 21, 2019
  16. math

    It is everything that is NOT in P, but is still in the Universal set : ) Thus "a"

    posted on November 7, 2019
  17. math

    The cream was 100% cream when it was added to the tea cup. Once the tea cup was stirred (so the cream was mixed into the entire cup) a spoon of it was taken and added to the cream pitcher. What was added to the cream pitcher was not black tea, but rather

    posted on November 7, 2019
  18. Math

    Sorry Johnny... but we can't see the triangles...

    posted on October 23, 2019
  19. Pre Calc

    Yes : ) This is correct : )

    posted on October 23, 2019
  20. science

    Yes, inside the battery there is a chemical change taking place : )

    posted on October 23, 2019
  21. Math

    What happened to your variable?

    posted on October 15, 2019
  22. Math

    Wow! We are definitely thorough as tutors : ) From the gentle nudge, to the exceptionally helpful : ) Hats off Ms Sue and Mat : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  23. Math

    hint: remember that 3% is 0.03 and he earns 400 + 0.03 WHat do you think?

    posted on October 15, 2019
  24. math

    Fun Fact... I have visited Pincher Creek Alberta : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  25. Calculus

    I would suggest putting the equation into "desmos" or some other graphing software and obtaining your answer. THEN you can go back to your notes and see how the graph matches up with the equation : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  26. Math

    What is your first attempt? Even if you just add the number 5 to 55 until you get up to 100, you will have a starting idea. What do you think?

    posted on October 15, 2019
  27. Algebra

    Your translation rule is not correct... but your understanding of moving up affects the y co-ordinate, and moving right affects the x-co-ordinate was correct. So again, your translation rule was wrong, but your final position was correct using the step

    posted on October 15, 2019
  28. Math

    Add up each persons fractions, then subtract the two people's totals to see who ate more : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  29. stats

    Once you put up some answers a tutor will e happy to check your work : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  30. statistics

    Use the z-score table at the back of your text book : ) It reads 'Less than" for the probability so it will give you less than 34 once you have found the z score : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  31. Math

    Either add it up 5 times... or do 5X2.01 and round correctly : )

    posted on October 15, 2019
  32. Math

    You can either do this in one variable or 2. If you do it in two variables you have two equations, that will need to be solved : ) Let x represent the one dollar bills and y the 10$ bills x + y = 59 bills. Now we have to deal with the value of the money

    posted on October 3, 2019
  33. Math

    The question is asking you "How many 2/8th fit into 3 and 3/4" so on your number line circle every 2/8th and see how many fit into 3 and 3/4 : ) Remember that 3/4 is the equivalent fraction to 6/8th : )

    posted on October 3, 2019
  34. Math

    You can do this in one variable (such as just x's) or two... x's and y's... your choice : )

    posted on September 25, 2019
  35. Geometry

    Your grammar is a bit hard to put together. I believe you have a rectangle and just need to know what makes a square. Recall that a square is a subset of the rectangle family. So a rectangle has the name of a square when all 4 side lenghts are equal : )

    posted on September 25, 2019
  36. Math

    If you plot the few points you have, you can find the slope of the line. The slope of the line is the m portion in y = mx +b Right away you can see the graph goes up and to the right, so the slope is positive... thus letter c is out. You can either drop a

    posted on September 25, 2019
  37. precalculus

    You need to look in your notes and recall what each transformation (that is... what a compresssion, reflection, etc) do to the original graph. In younger grades you recall that y=x is obtained from y=(x+2) by a horizontal translation (slide) of each of the

    posted on September 18, 2019
  38. math

    5 1/6 is a mixed number and they want it improper... so 6x5+1 is the numerator and 6 is the denominator -12 written as a fraction is -12 / 1

    posted on September 18, 2019
  39. math

    That is what a "google" search comes up with. D : )

    posted on September 15, 2019
  40. Algebra

    Yes : )

    posted on September 15, 2019
  41. math

    Well remember it goes 3 is in the ones spot 2 is in the tens spot then hundreds then thousands then ten thousands so our number is the middle 2 of 222. When rounding if the next number is 5 or bigger round up. So say our number is 86 and we want to round

    posted on August 13, 2019
  42. Math

    Let x represent the number 2x + 29 > 25

    posted on August 9, 2019
  43. Maths

    That is a lovely solution for a Thursday morning Reiny! I really like it : )

    posted on August 8, 2019
  44. LO

    1) not sheering your sheep 2) not clipping the hooves of your livestock (goats, lamas, horses) 3) using cattle prods

    posted on August 8, 2019
  45. Maths

    Percent increase = (the difference in the two numbers) divided by the original number = (50000-30000) divided by 3000

    posted on August 8, 2019
  46. math

    hint: draw a timeline for the times on the clock for 1 hour : ) hint#2 look at the "similar question" section : ) on this website

    posted on August 8, 2019
  47. Maths

    As soon as you start to expand 8! you see it is 8x7! Thus your expression becomes 8(7!) - 5(7!) and now you can common factor out the 7! So what do you think?

    posted on August 8, 2019
  48. Maths

    hint: consider the cases where the thousands digit is three times the hundreds digit... so Case 1: the thousands digit is a 3 while the hundreds digit is a 1 Case 2: the thousands digit is a 6 while the hundreds digit is a 2 Case 3: the thousands digit is

    posted on August 8, 2019
  49. Careers

    It depends on the subject you are taking. Check with your guidance counselor at school. They have a full listing of the courses you need for the jobs you seek.

    posted on August 6, 2019
  50. life orientation

    Just put your query into the google search line and you have all the answers for this one : )

    posted on August 6, 2019
  51. Maths

    1 Naira is .0028 US dollars So... 18500,000 US dollars divided by .0028 = Nairas : ) 2) Take the answer from 1 an multiply it by 0.2 : )

    posted on July 20, 2019
  52. Math

    There are 9 tried and true problem solving methods. If an algebraic solution perplexes you... perhaps a guess and check is a better "first" attempt. The question gives you choices for the answer... What if you start at the top with the a) 120 pages Then

    posted on July 20, 2019
  53. Maths

    The good news is that it is a cubic, and thus a maximum of three solutions as to where the function crosses the x-axis. If you do a google search it will show you exactly where the zeros are located. None of them are in easy integer value places... Another

    posted on July 17, 2019
  54. geometry

    Remember that a dilatation is going to grow your shape in this case : ) You will multiply your x coordinate by 3 and your y coordinate by 3 to obtain the new ordered pair : ) = (-3X3, -1 X 3) = ....

    posted on July 17, 2019
  55. Science

    There is a chemical reaction... thus the explosion of soda : )

    posted on July 17, 2019
  56. Math

    I will give you a hint... the first one is called a "difference of squares" I will do an easier difference of squares and see if you remember... x^2 - 9 = (x - 3)(x + 3) and remember the sign have to be opposites so when you do the distributive property

    posted on July 17, 2019
  57. Maths

    So sorry Agundu I don't see any numbers to work with...

    posted on July 17, 2019
  58. math (calculus)

    Remember the chain rule is when you start at the OUTSIDE parts first then work your way to the inside : ) So... you need to work with the power of 2 and the 4 outside the brackets 4(2) = 8(x -3)then take the derivative of the inside (we know the derivative

    posted on July 17, 2019
  59. Maths

    Sorry Agundu... this platform does not allow for graphics : ) So we can't see the picture you are talking about.

    posted on July 17, 2019
  60. Maths

    If it is 2*1(2*(2a*2) then since the bases are the same we can add the exponets 1+2a*2 which does not simplify anymore. Note... this is only correct if it was actually 2a*2

    posted on July 7, 2019
  61. Algebra

    Income = Expenses at the break even point : ) Depending on above or below the break even point.

    posted on June 19, 2019
  62. social studies

    Have you checked your notes? Your textbook? What do you think the answer is?

    posted on June 18, 2019
  63. geography

    Wikipedia says... The area is formed from cliffs and rock formations (see Geology of Cornwall) with a broad sandy beach below. It lies between two headlands, Steeple Point and Menachurch Point, close to the small settlement of Houndapit and is managed by

    posted on June 16, 2019
  64. math

    If you are looking for a square... You know that you need to have the top and bottom the same length, and parallel. As well as each side the same length and parallel : ) You could also start at the corner of the wall...use a tape measure and measure 3 feet

    posted on June 15, 2019
  65. Math

    Happy Saturday! I believe you have this one : ) Think of it as money... You have $1000 and $10 more

    posted on June 15, 2019
  66. math

    5 choose 3 : ) Use your combination formula.

    posted on June 11, 2019
  67. math

    The height is 25 (it is the same as the diameter : )

    posted on June 9, 2019
  68. Math

    Did they give you the total perimeter? Perhaps with that you can deduce the two missing side lengths.

    posted on June 9, 2019
  69. math

    Find the volume of the sphere (diameter 25) and subtract the volume of the parallelpipe. THis will give you the sphere outside the pipe : )

    posted on June 9, 2019
  70. algebra

    If you factor each of them and then set your answer = 0 you will be able to pick out a multiple choice answer that fits each scenerio. You try them... Submit your answers... and we will check them : ) For example x^2 - 3x - 18 = (x -6)(x+3)

    posted on June 6, 2019
  71. math

    Remember that area of a circle = (pi)(r)(r) and that the diamater = 2(r) so since the diameter is 14.1 the radius is half of that or 7.05 Area = (pi)(r)(r) = 3.14 x 7.05 x 7.05 =

    posted on May 27, 2019
  72. Calculus

    Sub in the values for x then change the n values from (0, 1, 2...) and see what happens to the answers : )

    posted on May 23, 2019
  73. Math

    With a tricky question like this (that does not factor easily), use the quadratic formula to solve for the zeros (the place the rocket hits the ground) a = -.06 b = 9.6 c = 5.4 x = (-b + or - the square root of (b^2-4ac)) all divided by (2a)

    posted on May 14, 2019
  74. Mathematics

    A "squad" refers to a grouping of people. IF order matters (first line, second line, third line, center, right wing etc) then it is a permutation. If order doesn't matter then it is a combination. Either way your answer is NOT correct yet : )

    posted on May 10, 2019
  75. Mathematics

    36 is correct : )

    posted on May 10, 2019
  76. Repost for sdfg

    He started with 1 apple. He was given one more from Chelsea. At the end of the time... Bob had 2 apples to eat : )

    posted on May 9, 2019
  77. math

    THis has the same diagram as the kite question. Again you are looking for the opposite side of the triangle. Sin65 = (opposite)/Hypotenuse

    posted on May 9, 2019
  78. math

    Sketch it out : ) You see that the angle of elevation is from the ground looking up at the kite. The angle of elevation is between the arm of the triangle that is on the ground and the hypotenuse. You need the value of the OPPOSITE side of the triangle,

    posted on May 9, 2019
  79. Math

    Trish and her rug and flower purchase is not correct... yet.. You need to figure it out one of two ways... Method 1: multiply both values by their discount, then take the discount off of each item, then add the remaining values up. or Method 2: since it is

    posted on May 9, 2019
  80. Math

    Quinn's net worth is not correct... yet... You need to find out how much she has paid off on her house. Then add it to what she has paid off on her car. Take away the balance from her credit card. Then add the amount in her savings account.

    posted on May 9, 2019
  81. Math

    Agnes and her simple interest account is not correct... yet. Her interest is 500x0.02x6 which equals $60, thus she has her original $500 plus the interest...

    posted on May 9, 2019
  82. Math

    If your calculator won't compute that high a number... why not start with 2^2, then 2^3, then 2^4 and so on until you see the pattern : )

    posted on May 9, 2019
  83. math

    You can divide 10 off of both sides... thus you need to know where sinx = .6 and if you sketch it you have a very accurate idea : )

    posted on May 5, 2019
  84. Math

    The three is used up as the first digit, so there are the numbers 1,5,7 and 9 left to be the next digit. There are 4 such outcomes that can be the second digit. The total number of digits that can be used for each slot is 8. So 4 out of 8 digits : )

    posted on April 28, 2019
  85. maths

    Midpoint is (x1 + x2)/2, (y1 + y2)/2 Label your coordinates (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) and begin : )

    posted on April 28, 2019
  86. Math

    Happy Sunday! Did you notice that the second equation is EXACTLY like the first equation (but the parts are all multiplied by 2). This means that they are EXACTLY the same equation and lie on top of each other. If you were to graph both of them, they are

    posted on April 21, 2019
  87. Physics

    Usually you TRY all questions, provide what you think are answers... then when a tutor in your subject area comes on line they will CHECK your answers... I randomly picked this question in your series of questions... I am not a physics major (rather a

    posted on April 21, 2019
  88. algebra 1

    Think of the graph and the way it opens : ) That will help you SEE what happens to the function as x increases and decreases.

    posted on April 15, 2019
  89. math

    If each patch is 1.75 inches long, then each patch is that wide as well (assuming a square quilt). Lenght is 7 blocks... so 7 x 1.75 long, and each width is 7 blocks so 7x1.75 wide. after you multiply the 7 x 1.75 = _____ Then the Area is s x s or ____ x

    posted on April 8, 2019
  90. Math algebra

    You want to earn $37 selling lemonade. There is a $5 rental cost for the table. How many lemonades at $4 per glass do you need to sell to raise the money?

    posted on April 8, 2019
  91. Math

    You win if the dice rolled has a number 4 or smaller. Thus winning is the numbers 1,2,3,4 and that is 4 outcomes out of 6 possible... so 66.67%

    posted on April 8, 2019
  92. Math -- nth term

    The nth term is generated when a growing pattern exits. Such as 4 toothpicks make a square, then add three more toothpicks to one side of the existing square to make another square, then three more toothpicks to make another attached square. The nth term

    posted on March 30, 2019
  93. Maths

    If you want to know how much money he started with then "Let x represent the total amount" Now 2/7 is gone, so 5/7 is still there (and this is $210) x(5/7)= 210 Now re-arrange to get x alone : ) that is, multiply both sides by 7/5 x = his original amount :

    posted on March 30, 2019
  94. Geometry

    All angles add up to 180 degrees in a triangle... thus angle N = 180 - 37 - 104 = 39 degrees If you draw a sketch you can see that the 104 degree angle is VERY wide and thus it must have a really long corresponding side so that the other two angles can be

    posted on March 29, 2019
  95. Geometry

    If you think about a scale drawing... You can't have two lengths of THREE because the base would be much much shorter then 10. So what is your next option?

    posted on March 29, 2019
  96. Math

    correct : )

    posted on March 26, 2019
  97. algebra

    If I am reading your question correctly... you forgot the "MORE THAN" in the third game. So you have games ____ , ____ , _____ and three the second game the team scored 23 points... _____, __23__, ___ The first game was 17 more than the third game (so the

    posted on March 26, 2019
  98. Algebra

    For #3 either use the quadratic formula to find your zeros, or factor it : )

    posted on March 26, 2019