1. ## Algebra

1. What is the shape of the bases for the following polyhedron? A. Triangle B. Square C.rectangle D. Circle 2. What is the best name for the given solid figure? A. Rectangular pyramid B.rectangular cone C. Rectangular prism D. Rectangle 3. How many lateral

2. ## MATH

Write a ratio in simplified form of the vertical length to the horizontal length for the red triangle. 2 : 3 3 : 2*** 1 : 1 None of the above *** = my answer

3. ## Math

1: Classify the quadrilateral using the name that best describes it I tried posting it but it didn't work 2: which statement is a true statement 3: which statement is a true statement 4: Which property is not a characteristic of a polygon 5: Which figure

4. ## Social Studies

what is the exact location of southwest asia a.west of china and east of the united states b.across the Atlantic Ocean c.near Europe and Africa d.between the Mediterranean and the Arabia Seas

5. ## Geometry

Theorem: A line parallel to one side of a triangle divides the other two proportionately. In the figure below, segment DE is parallel to segment BC and segment EF is parallel to AB: The figure shows triangle ABC with segments DE and DF. Point D is on side

6. ## Math

You start a search for a buried object by marking the center of a filed as (0,0), with coordinates giving distances in yards. Coordinates to the north or east are positive and coordinates to the south or west are negative. You find nothing at (-12,8), so

7. ## Math

I don't understand this. on a blueprint, the length of a wall is 5 centimeters. if the actual length of the wall is 15 feet, what is the scale of the blueprint?

8. ## math

Can someone please help me/ Sal's Sandwich Shop sells wraps and sandwiches as part of its lunch specials. The profit on every sandwich is \$2 and the profit on every wrap is \$3. Sal made a profit of \$1,470 from lunch specials last month. The equation 2x +

9. ## Language Arts

Which of the following words best describes Mr. Birkway? a. adoring b. enthusiastic c. unrealistic d. outgoing I think it's D. (This is based on the Novel Walk Two Moons.)

10. ## history

1. The civil rights act of 1964 banned a. literacy tests at polling places b. the integration of public schools c. freedom rides on buses d. segregation in public facilities ** 2. which best describes the culteral changes of the 1960's youth movement a.

11. ## science !!

1. how do scientists classify stars? by size distance and color by size distance and brightness by color brightness and distance by size brightness and temperature 2. which of The following factors determines how long is Star will live a stars color stars

12. ## math

The measure of angle A is 124 degrees. What is the correct classification for angle A? a. acute b. right c. obtuse d. straight I'm pretty sure it's c. Right?

13. ## Social studies

Compare the tactics used by the french troops in the French and Indian War with those of the American patriots during the revolution.

14. ## algebra

the width of a poster board is 30 inches. using scissors you reduce the width of the poster board to 10 inches what is the scale factor of the dilation? a. 1/3 b. 1/10 c. 3 d.10

15. ## history

1. what impact did the education improvement act of 1984 have on south carolina a. South carolina teachers were paid the most in the southeast b. the state's schools were ranked the lowest in the nation c. fewer students took high school exit exams d. the

16. ## English

roxie 1. Choose the answer that best matches the word in italics. Use context clues to determine the meaning of the word, if necessary. The decorations were reminiscent of autumn leaves. (1 point) leftovers made reminders symbolic 2. Choose the answer that

17. ## Easy Math

Draw a line with 3 distinct points on it. Label each with a different letter. How many different rays can you name using only three given points? a. 8 b. 6 c. 4 d. 2 Not quite sure. Could the answer possibly be four (c.)?

18. ## Math

Maya has 120 caramel apples to sell. Each caramel apple is covered with one topping. 1/5 of the caramel apples are covered with peanuts. 1/3 are covered with chocolate chips. 3/10 are covered with coconut. The rest are covered with sprinkles. How many

19. ## English

Choose two of the “other worlds” described in the unit. Compare and contrast the ways these other worlds impacted the real world for the characters. (paragraph)

20. ## english

1. Which of the following is the correct definition of minerals. a. a naturally occurring, inorganic soild that has a crystal shape and a definite chemical composition. b. a naturally occurring , inorganic soild tha forms throught crystallization of melted

21. ## physics

A ballet student with her arms and a leg extended spins with an initial rotational speed of 0.90rev/s . As she draws her arms and leg in toward her body, her rotational inertia becomes 0.80 kg⋅m2 and her rotational velocity is 4.1rev/s . Determine her

22. ## chemistry

Which of the statements correctly describes the reactivity of noble gases, according to the octet rule? They have eight electrons in their valence shell, so noble gases are very unreactive. They have eight electrons in their valence shell, so noble gases

23. ## art

1. during which time period were artists keenly interested in using the golden ratio in their paintings a.Baroque period b.oriental period c.futuristic period d.renaissance period 2. what is the best definition for the term visual composition a. a

24. ## Language arts

What is the participial phrase in the sentence? Living in New York, he went to many fantastic Broadway plays. A. Living in New York B. He went to C. Many fantastic D. Broadway plays Mike was running quickly. Mike won the race. Which sentence best combines

25. ## chemistry

Ima Chemist found the density of Freon-11 (CFCl3) to be 5.58 g/L under her experimental conditions. Her measurements showed that the density of an unknown gas was 4.38 g/L under the same conditions. What is the molar mass of the unknown?

26. ## history

1. How has South Carolina changed politically since the 1970s? (1 point) ~County governments were eliminated.*** ~Race has become the most important political issue. ~The Democratic Party has gained more power in the state. ~The Republican Party has gained

27. ## Physics

A 0.02 kg ball moving to the right at 0.25 m/s makes an elastic head-on collision with a 0.04 kg ball moving to the left at 0.15 m/s. After the collision, the smaller ball moves to the left at 0.16 m/s. What is the velocity of the 0.04 kg ball after

28. ## Biology

What are two traits of an information source that may indicate the information given is scientifically unreliable? Answer: peer review does not necessarily indicate that the other field expert reviews are in agreement with conclusions of the original

29. ## chemistry

Examine the statement.  Substances dissolve through three processes: I. ionization II. dissociation III. dispersion  Which of the answer choices correctly lists the dissolving processes that change the identity of a substance? I and II II and III I,II

30. ## physics

The human lungs can function satisfactorily up to a limit where the pressure difference between the outside and inside of the lungs is 1/21 of an atmosphere. If a diver uses a snorkel for breathing, how far below the water can she swim? Assume the diver is

31. ## social stuides

2. Why did John Kennedy become unpopular in South Carolina? A. He was catholic B. He supported equal rights for blacks** C. He was considered a liberal northerner D. He appointed his brother as attorney general

Three people play a game of "nonconformity": They each choose rock, paper, or scissors. If two of the three people choose the same symbol, and the third person chooses a different symbol, then the one who chose the different symbol wins. Otherwise, no one

33. ## chemistry

Which answer choice correctly explains the role of the kinetic theory of matter in the process of solutes being dissolved into solvents? The continuous motion of the particles in the solvent and solute cause them to collide with one another, which results

34. ## PHYSICS

The highest recorded waterfall in the world is found at Angel Falls in Venezuela. Its longest single waterfall has a height of 807 m. If water at the top of the falls is at 16.7°C, what is the maximum temperature of the water at the bottom of the falls?

35. ## help 8th grade social studies

Explain how transportation innovations of the time period affected migration patterns in the United States. if anyone has anything to help that would be nice thank you

1. It is responsibility of all citizens too. a. run of political office b. attend naturalization cermonies c. pay taxes and serve on juries*** d. join special interest groups 2. What is not a form of local government a. city government b. county government

37. ## math

1. add or subtract {4x^2+15x-3}-(3x^2+5) a.7x^2+15x-8** b.x^2+12x+2 c.x^2+15x-8 d.7x^2+8 2. Simplify the polynomial -3f^2+4f-3+8f^2+7f+1 a.5f^2-11f+2 b.11f^2+11f+2** c.5f^2+11f-2 d.-5f^2+11-2 3. Add or subtract (2x^2+6x+1)+(-7x^2+2x-3) a.5x^2-4x-2

38. ## chemistry

Which way of dissolving does NOT change the chemical identity of the solute? disintegration dissociation ionization dispersion is it a?

One night the King couldn't sleep, so he went down into the Royal kitchen, where he found a bowl full of mangoes. Being hungry, he took 1/6 of the mangoes. Later that same night, the Queen was hungry and couldn't sleep. She, too, found the mangoes and took

40. ## Social study

Which resource best helped create South Carolina’s tourism industry A: coastlines and beaches B: sweet grass used for baskets C: fish and wildlife D: kaolin used for pottery

41. ## Social studies

Why did the soviet union want to prevent a united West Berlin. A It would allow west Germans to enter freely in east germany. B It would be considered a threat to the Soviet Union C It would draw valuable natural resources D It would make West Berlin

42. ## Georgia State History

Officials whose jobs are not provided for in the constitution but are required by law are known as__. A. constitutional officers B. secretaries of state C. deputies ** D statutory officials please check my answer :)

43. ## Science

How can scientists use diaminds to Understand Conditions Inside earth. A. they use diaminds to recreate the chemical composition of earths inner core B. they can use diamonds to observe how seismic waves travel through different materials** C. Can you use

44. ## history

1.The bicameral organization of the Georgia legislature consists of ___ a. the House and Senate. b. the Supreme Court and the governor. c. districts and apportionment. d. senior and junior members.**** 2. Which of the following are true statements about

45. ## history

Which describes Hurricane Hugo’s impact on South Carolina’s economy? ~Hugo caused billions of dollars in damage but rebuilding efforts kept the state’s economy growing. ~The hurricane destroyed much of the coast and caused the state to suffer an

46. ## chemistry

Examine the false statement. Weak acids always have a high pH. Select the rewording that makes the statement true strong acids always have a high pH weak acids always partially dissociate strong acids always have a low pH weak acids always fully dissociate

47. ## Math

Triagle abc is reflected over the y-axis what are the coordinates of the refected triangle describe in words what happens to the x coordinates and the y coordinates of the orignal triangle's vertices as a result of this reflection

48. ## history (reed)

1. which action does not occur in a committee a. killing a bill b. revising a bill c. signing a bill into law d. holding public hearing

Devon's target heart rate zone is 140bpm—177bpm. Julian's target heart rate zone is 148bpm—181bpm. They stop running and take their pulse, and both count the heart rate at 173bpm. If they decrease their heart rates by 20bpm, who will be in his THR

50. ## CALCULUS

1. A rectangular package to be sent by a postal service can have a maximum combined length and girth (perimeter of a cross section) of 108 inches. Find the dimensions of the package of maximum volume that can be sent. (Assume the cross section is square.)

51. ## chemistry

Examine the scenario. A magnesium (Mg) atom gives one electron to two atoms of another element, and takes on a 2+ charge. The two atoms of the other element each form a 1− charge. As a result, the magnesium ion and the two ions of the other element

52. ## science

Tom is making the locations of the active volcanoes on a world map. Explain how the locations of the volcanoes are related to earth's plates? please help me im begging you

53. ## history

Why is the South Texas plains region of Texas an area rich in Tejano culture A. its border with Mexico . B. its rich French history. C. the overwhelming amount of agriculture in the area. D. its connection to the American Indian population. I think it is D

54. ## Social Studies

Why did Thomas Paine write the pamphlet, common sense?

55. ## English

Read the following sentence: We should probably call the neighbors about that barking dog running through their yard. Which of the following correctly describes the verbal and its function in this sentence? Barking is a present participle describing the

56. ## chemistry

Which of the solvents will be most effective at dissolving a nonpolar gas like methane? water, a polar solvent solid mercury hexane, a nonpolar solvent solid copper is it a?

57. ## Math

Find the complement and supplement of the angle shown. The picture is of an acute angle that is measured 52 degrees. How am I supposed to find the complement and supplement of the angle? Please help.

which statement best summarizes chapter 11, the Giver 1. Jonas and the Receiver read about snow and other types of weather not found in the community. 2. Jonas experiences tiny pinpricks of snow that touch his body and melt on his tongue. 3. The Receiver

59. ## psychology

Regarding eyewitness testimony, which of the following statements is TRUE? A. Most victims do not have an adequate weapon focus B. Victims certain of their testimony are usually more accurate C. Eyewitness testimony is generally very accurate D. Perception

60. ## chemistry

Liquid nitrogen, which has a boiling point of 77 K, is commonly used to cool substances to low temperatures. How much energy must be removed from 1.4 kg of gaseous nitrogen at 77 K for it to completely liquefy? Assume the latent heat of liquid nitrogen is

61. ## LIT STUDYYYY

Vernier gets his nickname from a religious magazine. **** a very dangerous chemical a very exact type of scale a simple heat experiment Thank you so much for your help

62. ## chemistry

Examine the scenario. Chemical Reaction A and Chemical Reaction B involve the same two reactants. Chemical Reaction A is performed in a hot container, while Chemical Reaction B is performed in a cold container. Which of the answer choices correctly

63. ## math

what are the first four terms of the sequence represented by the expression n(n - 1) -4

64. ## history

Read the summary. Catholic reformers began working to rebuild the Church’s power base and neutralize Protestant criticism by convening at the Council of Trent (1). The Council condemned the practice of indulgences, which had made Martin Luther write his

65. ## SS

American Indiana made sure that very little food went to waste by: A: eating as much as they could during dinner B: cultivating crops in separate plots of land C: inventing ways to store and preserve food D: using food in rituals and gatherings

66. ## Geometry / Math

Hi guys I need help ASAP, I have tried every thing I know about math and I cant figure any of them out. Thank you... _________________________________ 1. Use a formula to find the surface area of the square pyramid. (H.6ft.)(W.3ft.)(L.3ft.) A. 45 ft B. 81

67. ## Language Arts

Which of the clues from the text best indicates that something bad is going to happen to Gram? a. the wind changed its tone and told Sal to slow down b. the smell of Gram's baby powder makes Sal feel sad c. Sal continually prays for Gramps not to get them

68. ## chemistry!

If the chemist mistakenly makes 275 mL of solution instead of the 200 mL, what molar concentration of sodium nitrate will the chemist have actually prepared? Answer in units of M

69. ## physics

How fast do you need to swing a 180-g ball at the end of a string in a horizontal circle of 0.6-m radius so that the string makes a 35∘ angle relative to the horizontal?

70. ## Science

The mining of which resource produces the most toxic waste? Tin Silica Copper** Quartz I think it’s C can someone please double check

71. ## Algebra

In a football game, a running back ran for 5 and 7 yards on his last two runs. His total yardage for the whole game is 78 yards. Which expression shows how many yards the running back had before those two runs?\ PLEASE HELP I REALLY NEED THE ANSWER

72. ## Statistics

A total of 16 mice are sent down a maze, one by one. From previous experience, it is believed that the probability a mouse turns right is .38 a) What is the probability that exactly 8 of these 16 mice turn right? b) What is the probability that 8 or fewer

73. ## math

A ball is thrown into the air with an upword velocity of 36 ft/s. Its hight H in feet after t seconds is given by the function h=-16t^2+36t+9. In how many seconds does the ball reach its maximum height? Round to the nearest hundredth if necessary. What is

74. ## english

Which of the following sentences contain a linking verb? Sammy made lunch for us yesterday. +++ Would this be correct?

If the corressponding angles of 2 polygons are congruent and the lengths of the corresponding sides of the polygons are proportional the polygons are.. a. Regular b. Congruent c. Symmetrix d. Similar

76. ## science

The work of which scientist(s) helped to explain light's ability to propagate through a vacuum? A. Maxwell ==B. Davisson and Germer C. Fresnel, Fraunhofer, and Arago D. Newton An object that has a height of 0.4 meter is placed at a distance of 0.7 meter

77. ## Math

Jason has already used 3 1/1 cans of paint painting furniture. He is painting chairs that use 8 1/1 cans of paint. Let the total cans of paint used be represented by p. Let the number of chairs painted be represented by c. An equation that represents this

78. ## chemistry

What happens to the concentration of HI(g) when the total pressure on the equilibrium reaction 2HCl(g) + I2(s) 2HI(g) + Cl2(g) is increased (by compression)? 1. increases 2. Unable to determine 3. decreases 4. remains the same

79. ## physics

The speedometer on an automobile measures the rotational speed of the axle and converts that to a linear speed of the car, assuming the car has 0.62-m-diameter tires. What is the rotational speed of the axle when the car is traveling at 26m/s ?

80. ## Math

I am terrible at ellipse The base of an auditorium is in the form of an ellipse 200ft long and 100 ft wide. A pin dropped near one focus can clearly be heard at the other focus. Determine the distance between the foci to the nearest tenth of a foot. Show

81. ## social studies

What is a reason that market prices are not always the same as equilibrium prices? A) Market prices are often set by buyers rather than by sellers. B) Supply and demand are not well-understood by business owners. C) The equilibrium is not always the most

82. ## Biology

Which of the following lists structures from smallest to largest? A. Chromosome, supercoil, coil, nucleosome, double helix B. Chromosome, coil, double helix, nucleosome, supercoil C. Double helix, nucleosome, coil, super coil, chromosome D. Nucleosome,

83. ## chemistry

How does the saturation of a solution affect crystal formation?

84. ## Texas History

Compare and contrast the fight for civil rights for Mexican Americans and African Americans? (4 points)

85. ## Geography

which of the following was a belief of the quakers that set them apart from ither religious groups that settled in the american colonies? A. Quakers believed that all people are equal in God's eyes B. Quakers believed in freedom of religion C. Quakers

86. ## algebra

For questions 1-3, simplify the polynomial. 1. 14x^2 + 4 + 3x - 12x^2 - 3 + 11x 2. 3x^2 + 6 - 2x + 5x - 4x^2 + 9 3. 2x^2 + 6x - 7x + 8 - 3x^2 + 1 4. In the expression -7x - 3x^2 + 5, what is the coefficient of x? Add or subtract. 5. (m^2 - m + 3) + (m - 1)

87. ## chemistry

CaCl2(aq)+ NaHCO3(aq) =CO2(g)+ CaCO3(aq)+ NaCl(aq) +H2O(l) could some one explain to me how to balance the equation? please

88. ## Physics

A group of students observes that a wooden block (m = 0.40 kg) on the end of a string with a radius of 0.7 meters makes 9 rotations in 20.7 seconds when twirled.

89. ## physics

At most, how many bright fringes can be formed on either side of the central bright fringe when light of wavelength 656 nm falls on a double slit whose slit separation is 3.45 × 10-6 m?

90. ## math

the sides of a square are increased by a scale factor of 6. the perimeter of the smaller square is 10 ft . what is the perimeter of the larger square. a 2.5 ft b 10 ft c 60 ft d 120 ft

91. ## PHYSICS

Two wires have the same cross-sectional area and are joined end to end to form a single wire. The first wire has a temperature coefficient of resistivity of α1 =0.00603 (C°)-1 and a resistivity of 5.00 x 10-7Ω m. For the second, the temperature

92. ## Physical Science

What is the density of a rectangular block that has a mass of 500g and a volume of 50cm3? what i came up with was 1000. i feel like im wrong though. can anyone please help me.

93. ## Physics

A student is reading a lecture written on a blackboard. The lenses in her eyes have a refractive power of 59.82 diopters, and the lens-to-retina distance is 1.686 cm. (a) How far is the blackboard from her eyes? (b) If the writing on the blackboard is 4.81

94. ## math

In a jar there are 4 red marbles 5 green marbles and 7 blue marbles. 1 what us the probability of selecting a red marble replacing it and then selecting a blue marble 2 What is the probability of selecting a red marble setting it aside and then selecting a

95. ## history

a two-third vote of both houses will pass a bill over the governor's veto true false ** if the house make changes the bill goes back to the original house for a vote true ** false

96. ## chemistry

In the reversible reaction in water solution NH3 + H2O NH4+ + OH− , what acts as a Bronsted-Lowry acid and what acts as a Bronsted-Lowry base? 1. H2O; NH4+ 2. H2O; OH− 3. OH−; NH4+ 4. NH3; H2O 5. OH−; H2O

97. ## Physics

A volleyball is served at an angle of 35 degrees with an initial speed of 5 m/s. What is the maximum height reached by the ball?

98. ## Biology

Why are most factors held constant in a scientific experiment? Answer: the only part of an experiment that ever changes is the independent variable.