# Ne Ne

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1. ## astronomy

Would a main sequence star be a good candidate for finding a planet with intelligent life? why or why not? Would a white dwarf star be a good candidate for finding a planet with intelligent life? why or why not? Would a giant star be a good candidate for

2. ## Astronomy

Would Star A be a good candidate for finding a planet with intelligent life? Why or why not? Would Star B be a good candidate for finding a planet with intelligent life? why or why not? Would Star C be a good candidate for finding a planet with intelligent

3. ## Math 1350

Mrs. Smith's classroom can hold at the most 30 students. Her first period class had 4 boys for every 3 girls. When 3 boys and 1 girl were added to the class, the new ratio became 3 boys to 2 girls. How many total students are now in the class? Show all

4. ## math 1350

Ted has twice as many baseball cards as Bob. Reggie has five less than Ted. How many baseball cards does Ted have if Reggie and Bob have 82 cards altogether? Explain the process you used to solve this problem.

5. ## math 1350

If the following fractions are arranged from smallest to largest, then which fraction would be in the middle? Explain. Show all work using fractions(NOT DECIMALS). 2/3, 4/5, 3/7, 5/9, 3/4

I am soooo confused about "tariff", that its making me sick. Can you explain to me, is tariff good or bad. Who is it good for and who is it bad for. My understanding is that tariff is good for the goverment, but bad for the consumers. Is this a good way of

7. ## Math 1350

When Mike sorts his marbles, he notices that if he put them in groups of 5, he has one left over. When he sorts them in groups of 7, he also has one left over, but in groups of 6, he has none left over. What is the smallest number of marbles that he could

How would tariff help attain favorable balance of trade and balance of payments? Check the Accounting Dictionary's explanation of tariffs at this site. http://www.answers.com/topic/tariff

9. ## math 1350

Find the three digit number that satisfies the following conditions: . Has a factor of 3. . Has a factor of 5. . Has a factor of 7. . All digits are prime. Describe the thinking process you went through to solve this problem.

10. ## Math 1350

In driving from town A to town D, you pass through town B and then through town C. It is twice as far as from A to b as from B to C, and 10 miles more from C to D than from B to C. If it is 58 miles from A to D, how far is it from town A to C?

11. ## Math 1350

Mrs. Jones has a prime number of children in her class. When she divides the children into teams of 7, one team has 6. When she divides the children into teams of 6, one team has 5. How many children are in the class?