Pickle
Most popular questions and responses by Pickle
History
How does Andrew Jackson view the federal government? What did he believe in terms of personal freedoms? I was confused finding the answer to this question, i thought he was against it or something ? A website with summaries would be great. Thanks :)
asked on May 5, 2016 
Math; Solve by Graphing
Which description best describes the solution to the following system of equations? y = −x + 4 y = 3x + 3 Line y = −x + 4 intersects the line y = 3x + 3. Lines y = −x + 4 and y = 3x + 3 intersect the xaxis. Lines y = −x + 4 and y = 3x + 3
asked on May 23, 2016 
History
At the time of early european exploration in the sixteenth century what area of texas did the coahuiltecans. A.Eastern B.Northern C.Sothern D.Western I think the answer is B I need help asap please
asked on September 12, 2018 
chemistry
Hi, i recently constructed a hofmann apparatus at home out of pvc and had some trouble with it. Basically, once it is set up, i only get gas from one electrode, the other does nothing. H2SO4 is used as the electrolyte, and the is 12 volts at 4 amps being
asked on June 8, 2008 
Science
Description of each transition or step of the cycle Here are a list of the steps to include: a. EXTRACTION b. COMBUSTION c. RESPIRATION d. PHOTOSYNTHESIS e. DIFFUSION f. DECOMPOSITION g. SEDIMENTATION Persuasive explanation of why the carbon cycle is so
asked on June 28, 2016 
Science
What happens to energy and matter during a chemical reaction?
asked on May 16, 2016

History
Oh I am sorry at the end it says occopany
posted on September 12, 2018 
History
How is it incomplete
posted on September 12, 2018 
math
54.96
posted on April 9, 2018 
algebra
Lol, you all talk like ur in middle school xD jus ignore the wrong answers
posted on March 8, 2018 
Science
Yes please
posted on June 28, 2016 
Math; Solve by Graphing
Thank you so much
posted on May 23, 2016 
chemistry
thanks, that pointed it all out
posted on June 8, 2008 
chemistry
why can't copper be used? why does this result in none of one the gases being given off?
posted on June 8, 2008 
chemistry
would you be able to explain why for me?
posted on June 8, 2008 
maths
let x be the game and y be the battery and we will solve them simultaneously: therefore we know that x=y+20 and y=21x y=21(y+20) =21y20 2y=1 y=1/2 if the battery cost 0.5 pounds, simply add 20 to find the games cost. Answer= game = 20.5 battery = 0.5
posted on June 8, 2008 
Math
70*3/4 + 120*1 above is the distance travelled in 1.75 hours (1 hour, 45 minutes.) if we want the average speed, we want it 'per 1 hour'. to get this, we divide the above answer(172.5 km) by 1.75. This gives us: 98.57km/h
posted on June 8, 2008 
chemistry
no, both electrodes are made of copper and the electrodes shouldn't matter, as long as they conduct
posted on June 8, 2008 
algebra
=8y20>15y+24 =7y
posted on June 8, 2008