Nabiha
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History
Why did slavery last so long? Is my answer good enough 4 ten marks? What else do I need to add? Slavery lasted for so long for many reasons. Source A, C and E tells me about the harsh conditions slaves lived in. After the 1440's lavery became a way of life
asked on March 14, 2009 
maths
a cylindrical cake with radius 12cm and height 10cm has a slice cut out. The shape of the top of the slice is a sector of the circle that forms the top of the cake. Exluding the sliced piece, the angle is 320 degrees. a) Calculate the area on top of the
asked on April 23, 2010 
Physics
Explain, with a diagram, how 2 plane mirrors could be fixed at a dangerous Tjunction so that motorists approaching the junction could see all other traffic?
asked on January 16, 2009 
statistics
A company assembles drills using components from two sources. Acemart supplies 91% of the components and Begud supplies the rest. It is known that 6% of the components supplied by Acemart are faulty and 3% of those supplied by Begud are faulty. a)
asked on December 3, 2011 
maths
The width of a rectangular photograph is 5cm more than the height. The area is 80cm squared. Find the height of the photograph.
asked on April 20, 2010 
chemistry
4. Give two reasons why graphite (carbon) electrodes are used in electrolysis. 5. You have 2 compounds called X and Y. X melts at 1200 degrees C and is soluble in water. Y melts at 156 degrees C and is insoluble in water. Draw 2 diagrams to show how you
asked on November 2, 2009 
chemistry
what do you observe in the displacement reaction of zinc and lead nitrate? also, what is the symbol equation for this reaction?
asked on June 20, 2009 
chemistry
What is formed at the anode and cathode when the following solutions are electrolysed? sodium iodide copper II chloride sodium sulphate NaOH HCl magnesium nitrate also is this true: if the metal in the compound is higher in the reactivity series than
asked on November 8, 2009 
chemistry
What is formed at the anode and cathode when the following solutions are electrolysed? sodium iodide copper II chloride sodium sulphate NaOH HCl magnesium nitrate also is this true: if the metal in the compound is higher in the reactivity series than
asked on November 8, 2009 
chem
. Give two reasons why graphite (carbon) electrodes are used in electrolysis. 5. You have 2 compounds called X and Y. X melts at 1200 degrees C and is soluble in water. Y melts at 156 degrees C and is insoluble in water. Draw 2 diagrams to show how you
asked on November 2, 2009 
english
Does anyone know a quick short really good summary of the story of Macbeth? Its for my theatre programme I'm doing. I also do a short bit about all 5 acts and the descriptions I've looked at on the internet are too long. Does anyone know a short quick way
asked on February 20, 2009 
Physics
The angle between an incident ray and the mirror is 30 degrees What is the angle of incidence? What is the angle of reflection? What is the total angle turned by the ray?
asked on January 16, 2009 
Chemistry
The number of moles of cl2 produce will be ??????? If one mole of pcl5 is heated at 250 in a vessel having a capacity of 10dmĀ³.
asked on October 19, 2016 
statistics
For any married couple who are members of a squash club, the probability that the husband has a degree is 2/4 and the probability that the wife has a degree is 1/4. The probability that the husband has a degree given that his wife has a degree is 3/9. A
asked on December 3, 2011 
statistics
A sixth form class consists of 6 girls and 9 boys. Three students from the class are chosen at random. The number of boys chosen is denoted by the random variable X. Show that a)P(X=0)=120/2730 b)P(X=2)=1296/2730
asked on December 3, 2011 
math
The curve C with equation y=fx passes through the point (3, 14/2) given that f'(x)=2x+3/xsquared a) find f(x) (5 marks) b) verify that f(2)=5 (1 mark) c) find an equation for the tangent to C at the point (2,5) giving your answer in the form ax+by+c=0
asked on December 3, 2011 
maths
The curve C with equation y=fx passes through the point (3, 14/2) given that f'(x)=2x+3/xsquared a) find f(x) (5 marks) b) verify that f(2)=5 (1 mark) c) find an equation for the tangent to C at the point (2,5) giving your answer in the form ax+by+c=0
asked on December 3, 2011 
maths
how do i work out 7.25/0.25 without using a calculator???
asked on November 15, 2011 
math
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 13, 2011 
maths
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 13, 2011 
Maths
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 12, 2011 
maths
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 12, 2011 
maths
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 12, 2011 
maths
This is actually maths homework but the question sounds like geography: 1)Why do you think the UK is so high up in the list for mortality rates due to drugrelated diseases. What do you think we can do to lower drugrelated deaths in the UK? 2)Why do you
asked on November 12, 2011 
maths
solve the simultaneous equations: y=x2 ysquared+xsquared=10
asked on November 3, 2011 
maths
How is root245 7root5, how do you work it out? isnt 5*43 245 and you cant simplify that further?
asked on October 23, 2011 
maths
rationalise 5+2square root 5 divided by square root 5. please can someone help me on how to get the answer 2+square root 5
asked on September 9, 2010 
maths
a cylindrical cake with radius 12cm and height 10cm has a slice cut out. The shape of the top of the slice is a sector of the circle that forms the top of the cake. Exluding the sliced piece, the angle is 320 degrees. a) Calculate the area on top of the
asked on April 25, 2010 
maths
a cylindrical cake with radius 12cm and height 10cm has a slice cut out. The shape of the top of the slice is a sector of the circle that forms the top of the cake. a) Calculate the area on top of the slice that has been cut out. b) Calculate the volume of
asked on April 22, 2010 
maths
a cylindrical cake with radius 12cm and height 10cm has a slice cut out. The shape of the top of the slice is a sector of the circle that forms the top of the cake. a) Calculate the area on top of the slice that has been cut out. b) Calculate the volume of
asked on April 22, 2010 
maths
a cylindrical cake with radius 12cm and height 10cm has a slice cut out. The shape of the top of the slice is a sector of the circle that forms the top of the cake. a) Calculate the area on top of the slice that has been cut out. b) Calculate the volume of
asked on April 22, 2010 
maths
The probability that Richard beats John at badminto is 0.7. The probability that Richard beats John at sqaush is 0.6. These events are independant. Calculate the probabilty that, in a week when they play one game of badminton and sqaush: a) Richard wins
asked on April 22, 2010 
maths
solve h(x+5) = 80 as a quadratic
asked on April 20, 2010 
maths
solve h(x+5) = 80 as a quadratic
asked on April 20, 2010 
maths
The width of a rectangular photograph is 5cm more than the height. The area is 80cm squared. Find the height of the photograph.
asked on April 20, 2010 
maths
solve: y=x1, y=x squared+2x7
asked on March 18, 2010 
biology
Suggest how the active transport of glucose out of the cell and into the bloodstream helps with the absorption of glucose from the small intestine. (2 marks)
asked on March 16, 2010 
maths
solve the following simultaneous linear equation: 5x+6y=44 9x+7y=8
asked on March 15, 2010 
maths
Solve the following simultaneous equation: 8x+3y=23 6x+5y=9
asked on March 15, 2010 
chemistry
What is formed at the anode and cathode when the following solutions are electrolysed? sodium iodide copper II chloride sodium sulphate NaOH HCl magnesium nitrate also is this true: if the metal in the compound is higher in the reactivity series than
asked on November 8, 2009 
english
i need a really quick summary of chapter 2 in lord of the flies.
asked on November 8, 2009 
chemistry
What is formed at the anode and cathode when the following solutions are electrolysed? sodium iodide copper II chloride sodium sulphate NaOH HCl magnesium nitrate also is this true: if the metal in the compound is higher in the reactivity series than
asked on November 8, 2009 
chemistry
sodium iodide copper II chloride sodium sulphate NaOH HCl magnesium nitrate also is this true: if the metal in the compound is higher in the reactivity series than hydrogen then hydrogen is produced instead of the metal at the positive electrode.
asked on November 8, 2009 
physics
A bike racer is riding his new bike at Silverstone. The track is 4km long. a) What is his average speed in m/s if he does a lap in 2 minutes? b) What is his velocity after one lap?
asked on September 11, 2009 
Physics
A bike racer is riding his new bike at Silverstone. The track is 4km long. a) What is his average speed in m/s if he does a lap in 2 minutes? b) What is his velocity after one lap?
asked on September 11, 2009 
math
make v the subject of the formulae: V=2v+3u
asked on June 21, 2009 
maths
make the letter in the bracket the subject of the formulae: v=u3t (t) a=b4c (c)
asked on June 20, 2009 
chemistry
what exactly would you observe and see at the end of the reaction of zinc and lead nitrate? include in formation about colour changes and bubbles. you can use the following equation to help; zinc+lead nitrate(arrow) zinc nitrate+lead
asked on June 20, 2009 
chemistry
does this sound right for what happens with the zinc and lead nitrate reaction? could i add anything else? The zinc displaces the lead. You can observe the lead preipitating on the zinc surface. The zinc changes to black crystals which dissolve in the
asked on June 20, 2009 
chemistry
why does zinc and lead nitrate react?
asked on June 20, 2009 
French
What do these mean in English? Tu habites dans le centreville? Qu'estce qu'il y a dans ton village? Qu'estce qu'on peut faire a Manchester? Qu'estce tu fais a Manchester? Estce que tu aimes habiter a Manchester?
asked on April 23, 2009 
English
I have to build a poem using all of these words exactly and this is really hard. I need help so badly. a a a a all alone and and and and and and and and and and arise arise beanrows beeloud build by cabin clay comes core cricket day deep dropping
asked on April 20, 2009 
Music
does anyone know the notes for the whole of the song ' Hallelujah' or 'my heart will go on' I have to perform them on the recorder can i have the letters please because I can't read music.
asked on March 27, 2009 
French
There's lots of entertainment: Il y a beaucoup de distractions You can go out: On peut sortir It's very lively: C'est tres anime Everybody is in a hurry: Tout le monde est presse. Is this correct from english to french??
asked on March 24, 2009 
RE
How do human beings cause suffering in 'Today's world'
asked on March 24, 2009 
music
i have to do a project about 'west end musicals' can anyone suggest how i structure his and what i should include because I don't know what to include. shall i include a page about a popular musical and so on or not? can anyone find any useful sites which
asked on March 23, 2009 
chemistry
Metals + cold water. Li, Na, K, Ca. Notes on reactions, equations or space?
asked on March 14, 2009 
history
Source F: If abolotion shall take place, our interest in the WestIndia islands must be at an end,Seventy millions of property will wear away with time, and be sunk at last. The revenue will suffer an annual reduction of three millions at least; the price
asked on March 11, 2009 
English
An essay on the following question: How is Macbeth affected when he learns of his wife's death? Consider: The Action of Act 5Macbeth is standing almost alone, most of his warriors have fled, and he questions what it was all for. The Characters of
asked on March 7, 2009 
History
Im not sure what this question is asking,can anyone help? Stidy sources F and G. What arguments do the writers use to justify the continuation of slavery and the slave trade?
asked on March 5, 2009 
History
I need as many reasons as to why slavery lasted so long.
asked on March 5, 2009 
History
I need loads of info on why slavery is wrong. It must say why making people live in harsh conditions is wrong aswell.
asked on March 3, 2009 
RE
How will humans evolve? What will happen to the natural worldand how will humans respond? What will happen to the global population? Will inequalities be solved or strengthened? What will be the advances in medical science? No more disease? More powerful
asked on March 3, 2009 
RE
i have to write a poem about 'your expression of the vastness of space/universe as a poem. i have all the ideas in my head about the universe being incredibly vast. but im rubbish at writing poems. Can anyone help or find a useful website that has a poem
asked on February 10, 2009 
chemistry
does anyone know any uses of isotopes?
asked on February 7, 2009 
Chemistry
I have to do an A4 page about Isotope uses and all the websites ive gone on are too complicated for me to understand. Does anyone know any uses of Isotopes?
asked on February 6, 2009 
Physics
Why does a pencil look broken if you hold it at an angle in a beaker of water?
asked on January 30, 2009 
math
are there only odd numbers in the 6* tables?
asked on January 23, 2009 
maths
List all the subsets(include the null set and the set itself. a) (p) b) (p,q) c) (p,q,r) d) (p,q,r,s) By the way the brackets are supposed 2 b the weird curly brackets.
asked on January 23, 2009 
Physics
A room with only one window is dark even at midday. Explain how you could use wallpaper, furnishings and mirrors to brighten the room.
asked on January 16, 2009 
chemistry
where would you find silicon dioxide outside a chemitry lab?
asked on January 10, 2009 
chemistry
where would you find silicon dioxide outside a chemitry lab?
asked on January 10, 2009 
chemistry
where would you find iron II oxide and sodium hydrogencarbonate outside a chemistry lab?
asked on January 10, 2009 
chemistry
where would you find calcium carbonate and sodium chloride outside a chemistry lab?
asked on January 10, 2009 
chemistry
Where would you find iron II sulphide outside a chemistry laboratory?
asked on January 10, 2009

math
sorry im really confused, which part of the questions is this answering? can i tell you my answers and you say if they're correct. a) y=x squared 3x to the power 1  1/2 b)i did this :) c) 13x4y+6=0
posted on December 3, 2011 
math
but how would i answer it anyway ?/
posted on November 14, 2011 
maths
thankyou, I wanted to know whether I was right or the textbook because it was very rare that they make mistakes, I wanted to clarify whether it makes sense to add the 2 sides area=240. I thought it did so Im going to leave it how I did it.
posted on April 25, 2010 
FOR NABIAH
that is by using sections and work out the area of the 3 parts: 1)rectangle * 2(shown by the slice being cut), 2)long rectangle around cake (stops when you get to slice) and finally 3)the top and bottom of the cake ( angle is 320) how do I work out the
posted on April 23, 2010 
FOR NABIAH
ok, but what about question c) what formulas would I use, is my method correct?
posted on April 23, 2010 
maths
no its leaving 40 degrees of the cake left, 320 is wot is there
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
not tops and bottoms, i mean like you have to work out the area of the top of the cake using the sector 320 degrees, but there is also a bottom so you therefore have to multiple it by 2. same with when you cut the slice there are 2 rectangular sides.
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
why is it a 60 degrees central angle? arent you supposed to break the cylindrical cake into parts: top and bottom, 2 rectangles where the slice has been cut inside, outside curved when opened out becomes long rectangle?? then work out the area of each part
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
sector angle is 320 degrees without sliced cut which is therefore 40 degrees
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
this is me nabiha named anonymous
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
i know its listed as anonomous above but its me really so ive given you basically my how i worked out a and b including the vital answers.
posted on April 22, 2010 
maths
but how do u solve h(x+5)=80 i have never come across ones like these.
posted on April 20, 2010 
7th grade science
the diaphram relaxes when you inhale providing a large volume in the thorax, the diaphram contacts when you exhale so a smaller volume
posted on March 15, 2010 
chemistry
yes i think this is correct.
posted on November 8, 2009 
maths
i meant V=2v+3u make the small v the subject of the formulae
posted on June 21, 2009 
chemistry
are there any notes about colour changes or note of any bubbles?
posted on June 20, 2009 
French
ok, thankyou for the help.... i tried but i couldn't get what they meant, i was just making sure
posted on April 23, 2009 
English
aparantly this poem is by an author and I just want to know who this author is aswell.
posted on April 20, 2009 
music
upcoming shows probably because that is the most recent. but i still need to include history so I need both sources of information to combine.
posted on March 23, 2009 
7th grade
This is because the Himalaya Mountains are a result of continentcontinent collision and vulcanism in destructive boundaries results from subduction of oceanic plates. As the Indoaustralian plate continues to collide with the Eurasian plate, subduction is
posted on March 23, 2009 
8th grade
Paumonauk
posted on March 23, 2009 
History
i mean is it good enough in the actual information and not typos or verbs. Do I need to add anythin to the actual content. I can adjust the other things wen i write up the real version. Is there any other reasons because it seems too short.
posted on March 14, 2009 
Languages
ne Slovenian nei Norwegian le Maltese i hope dis helps, lol
posted on February 20, 2009 
english
it would be good if the descriptions of th 5 Acts were 3, 4 or 5 ssentences to make the play sound interesting
posted on February 20, 2009 
math
cant you just use a calculator
posted on February 10, 2009