Sara!
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math
in a shipment of 20 computers, 3 are defective three computers are randomly selected and tested. what is the probability that all 3 are defective if the first and second ones are not replaced after being tested. a. 1/760 b.1/1140 c.27/8000 d.3/5000 i chose
asked on May 17, 2010 
math
independent and dependent event check if my answers are right 1. tossing a coin twice independent 2. pulling 2 socks from a drawer at the same time dependent 3. drawing 2 marbles out of a bag dependent 4. spinning a spinner 5 times independent 5.
asked on May 17, 2010 
plz check my math ._.
independent and dependent event check if my answers are right 1. tossing a coin twice independent 2. pulling 2 socks from a drawer at the same time dependent 3. drawing 2 marbles out of a bag dependent 4. spinning a spinner 5 times independent 5.
asked on May 17, 2010 
math
independent and dependent event check if my answers are right 1. tossing a coin twice independent 2. pulling 2 socks from a drawer at the same time dependent 3. drawing 2 marbles out of a bag dependent 4. spinning a spinner 5 times independent 5.
asked on May 17, 2010 
math
in super bowl XXXV, the total number of points scored was 41. the winning team outscored the losing team by 27 points. what was the final score of the game? a. 33 to 8 b. 34 to 7 c. 22 to 2 d. 18 to 6 i don't get this question a high school basketball
asked on May 24, 2010 
math
i don't get this question consecutive integers are integers that differ by one. you can represent consecutive integers as x,x+1,x+2 and so on. write an equation and solve to find 3 consecutive integers whose sum is 33
asked on May 24, 2010 
science
Check my answers? thanks ppl 1. which of the folowing is NOT considered an organism? A an oak leaf B a spider C an elephant D a bacteria cell is it D. 2.to which domain of life do humans belong? A. animals B. eukarya C. archae D. none of the above IS IT D
asked on September 21, 2010 
math
how do solve this question? jane budgets her monthly takehome pay. the remainder she deposits in her savings account . she budgets 1/3 of her takehome pay for rent, 1/8 for car expenses,1/6 for food , 1/24 for insurance and 1/16 for entertainment. what
asked on June 3, 2010 
LAL!(check my work thx)
check if the capitalized word is correct PARTICIPLES AND GERUNDS 1. americans have many different ways of CELEBRATING holidays. (gerund) 2. BRINGING customs and traditions from their homelands, immigrants add to the rich holiday mix in the US. (participle)
asked on May 21, 2010 
LAL! _
label if each is essential or nonessential are these correct and which sentence needs a comma. 1. mickey was named after the catcher mickey cochrane who made it into the hall of fame ( nonessential) 2. mantle's father who worked in the lead mines had
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL
CHECK PLEASE are theses ALL complex sentences? 1.i will help you with your homework after you watch the baby. 2. jake stared at me as if he had seen a ghost. 3.you can order whatever you want from the menu. 4.we will be on time unless there is a traffic
asked on May 4, 2010 
math
a round trip car ride took 12 hours. the first half of the trip took 7 hours at a rate of 4 miles per hour. what was the average rate of speed on the return trip? how do i write this as an equation?
asked on May 31, 2010 
math!
1. which is the better buy? a. 6 for #3.49 b. 7 for #3.55 c. 8 for #3.99 d. 9 for #4.20 i got letter D 2. the price of a leather jacket is #375.25. if the sales tax rate is .25%, what is the final price of the jacket(including tax)? ____________________
asked on May 31, 2010 
math!
what point represents the 3rd quartile in the box and whisker plot? . = point .5, .25, .35, .50, .70 the numbers will be arrange like this if it was in a box and whisker plot
asked on May 31, 2010 
math
how do you solve these 1. 7d2+5=20 2. 4x10x=28 3. 4x10x+28 4. 8y3y+6= 10 5. 9+4w6=12 6. 9w+46=12 7.18m6m=16 8. 6rr13=18
asked on May 25, 2010 
lal check my work
tell whether the capitalized word is a subject, direct obect, object of preposition , or predicate noun 1. pay close attention to WHAT I DO.(object of preposition) 2. this is HOW STUDENTS SELECT THEIR MAJOR.( predicate noun) 3. WHO SENT THE YELLOW ROSES is
asked on May 31, 2010 
MATH!
a round trip car ride took 12 hours. the first half of the trip took 7 hours at a rate of 45 miles per hour. what was the average rate of speed on the return trip?
asked on May 31, 2010 
math
how do you solve this can you please show me step by step y/2 5y/6 +1/3= 1/2 15/8z + 1/4 = 4
asked on May 26, 2010 
math
1.15j10+8=11 2. 18m6m=16 3.18m6m1=16
asked on May 25, 2010 
LAL!
check if the capitalized word is correct PARTICIPLES AND GERUNDS 1.SINGING songs such as "auld lang syne", people say good bye to the old year and hello to the new.(gerund) 2. HAVING 2 faces, janus looked forward and backward.(participle) 3. some of our
asked on May 21, 2010 
LAL! _
adjective clause are these correct clause in capital letter 1. robinson soon proved his worth in the face of the jeers THAT SURROUNDED HIM. it modifies jeers 2. insults THAT CAME FROM FANS AND OPPOSING PLAYERS surely must have hurt. it modifies insults
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
Noun Clauses 1. is this noun clause used as a predicate noun?  Kendra is asking WHY you are acting that way. 2. is this noun clause used as direct object?  Do you know WHO is in charge of counting votes? thank you
asked on May 11, 2010 
history
what form of government was ancient egypt?
asked on February 9, 2011 
reading
if you read this story " a tale of two cities" who is the protagonist and the antagonist?
asked on September 17, 2010 
MATH!
how do you solve this plz show me how you do this 1. on her last three quizzes, jane scored 84, 96, and 88. what grade must she get on her next quiz to have an average of 90 for all four quizzes? 2. a square and a equilateral triangle have the same
asked on June 9, 2010 
Math
how do you solve these problems 1. 3y+5y/3= 8 2.m + 5 = m3 3.3z/2  17/3 = 2z/3  3/2 4. 3a + 9 = 3a  9
asked on June 9, 2010 
math
how do you solve these problems? 1.2x/3 + 1/3  x/8= 2/3 2. 3n + 9/10 + n/5= 2 3/10 3. 3k/4  28  2k/3 = 37 thank you can you please show me step by step how you got the answer?
asked on June 3, 2010 
math
how do you solve these problems? 1.2x/3 + 1/3  x/8= 2/3 2. 3n + 9/10 + n/5= 2 3/10 3. 3k/4  28  2k/3 = 37
asked on June 3, 2010 
math!
1. in a basketball game, mike scored 20% of the team's points. if mike scored 22 points, how many points did the team score as a whole?  is the answer 110 pts 2. sports authority was having a sale. all their merchandise was 20% off the original price. the
asked on May 31, 2010 
MATH!
how do you solve these 1. 58b+62B=61 2. 4x68x9=21 3. g9+4g+6=12 4. 23f5+5f=6
asked on May 31, 2010 
LAL! check my work
check if my sentences is correct part.= participle phrase ger.= gerund phrase inf.= infinitive phrase or none and the phrases are capitalized . are they correct 1. the news showed pictures of houses destroyed by the hurricane. NONE 2. would you ever want
asked on May 26, 2010 
math
consecutive even integers can be represented by x,x+2,x+4 and so on. write an equation and solve to find 3 consecutive even integers whose sum is 54.
asked on May 24, 2010 
math
i don't get this question consecutive integers are integers that differ by one. you can represent consecutive integers as x,x+1,x+2 and so on. write an equation and solve to find 3 consecutive integers whose sum is 33 how do you solve this
asked on May 24, 2010 
math
i don't know get this question 1. last saturday emily rented 4 movies from the video store. this saturday she rented 2 movies. let x represent the cost of renting each movie. write and simplify an expression for how much more emily spent last week renting
asked on May 24, 2010 
LAL!
are this sentences GERUNDS 1. in almost every american town, holding parades on the 4th of july is a tradition. ( IF its a gerund is the gerund used as a subject) 2.the keeping of the fast of ramadan occurs during the 9th month of the islamic calender.(IF
asked on May 21, 2010 
reading
can i have a ethical and emotional reason for this persuausive essay about why high school students should wear IDs in school
asked on May 19, 2010 
math
how do i write these in equations to represent each situation? 1. the perimeter P of a rectangle is the sum of twice the length L and twice the width W 2. the volume V of a rectangular prism is the product of its three dimensions: length L,width W, and
asked on May 19, 2010 
math
mike claims that the probability of winning a pick 6 number game where six numbers are drawn from the set 1 through 49 is about the same as getting 24 heads in a row when you flip a fair coin 1. find the probability of winning the pick 6 game and the
asked on May 17, 2010 
math
teresa has to create a password that contains 1 digit and 2 letters. find the number of possible passwords? how do you do this?
asked on May 17, 2010 
LAL!
what kind of tense are these verbs 1. doesn't know 2. seems 3.wrote 4.had caught
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
IS THE VERB ALWAYS i always shower
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL! _
where would this relative pronun fit in this sentence allegedly, eight players took money to lose the world series. they were members of the chicago white sox. (WHO)
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
how do you know when you have to add a comma to a subordinate clause
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
is always a linking verb
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
are these complex sentence. if it is complex, and are the subordinate clause right are these right? the subordinate clause are in capital letters 1IN THE 1950S the giants were the national league team from new york.( COMPLEX) 2 fans argued all the time
asked on May 12, 2010 
LAL!
what is the conjuction in this sentence is it correlative or coordinating Ryan is wearing a green shirt, for that is his favoite color
asked on May 12, 2010 
grammar
proper adjectives how do you put these proper adjectives in sentences. 1. a hearing in Congress 2. an ancient theater in Greece 3. the moons around Mars 4. beaches in Israel 5. a scientist from England 6. a colorful scene in Paris 7.the people of Sudan
asked on May 13, 2011 
is this true?!
animals and other organisms that eat the food in an ecosystem are called PRODUCERS. i wrote true ami i right?!
asked on September 23, 2010 
biology
list the paramecium, earthworm, and pumpkin stem according to their relative size from largest to smallest?
asked on September 22, 2010 
MATH!
plz how do you solve these? i keep getting the wrong answer 1. 3z/2  17/3 = 2z/3  3/2 2. 2/5b  1/4b =3 3. 23  6g = 19 please show me step by step how you do these
asked on June 9, 2010 
ss
1. what outcome did Richard Nixon have? 2. what is watergate scandal?
asked on June 7, 2010 
SS
How did the great depression lead to WWII?
asked on June 3, 2010 
math!
1. a flagpole is 20ft tall and casts a 28ft long shadow . a tree has a shadow that is 49 ft long. how tall is the tree? 2. there are 6 pieces of paper in a box numbered 1 through 6. mark needs to pick a 3 and then a 5 in order to win. the first pick is not
asked on May 31, 2010 
math
are my answers right 1.8y36=10 x=1 5/8 2. 7d2+5=20 d=2 3/7
asked on May 25, 2010 
lal
present and past participle i have to write if each participle are past or present. are my answers correct 1. everyone has wondered(past participle)what the great detective was thinking(present participle) 2. carol has rescued(past part.)the
asked on May 24, 2010 
LAL!
how can i write DREAMING in a sentence as gerund
asked on May 21, 2010 
LAL!
in this sentence is the verb losing used as main verb or gerund as direct object? they are definitely LOSING that game!
asked on May 21, 2010 
MATH
how do i write these in equations to represent each situation? 1. the perimeter P of a rectangle is the sum of twice the length L and twice the width W 2. the volume V of a rectangular prism is the product of its three dimensions: length L,width W, and
asked on May 19, 2010 
reading
which of the following statements uses an ethical appeal to persuade the reader? A. to us, fawns are cute and helpless. B. ...approximately 200 or more fawns get found each year. C. during the first few weeks of its life a fawn is protected by being
asked on May 19, 2010 
LAL!
is this sentence a noun clause ? i am sitting in the beach where the sun is shining. if not how should i make it a noun clause using (where the sun is shining)
asked on May 11, 2010 
LAL!
noun clasues 1. is this clause an object of a preposition this mail goes in WHICHEVER box is marked "smith" 2. is this clause a direct object the dogs know WHERE the cat often hides.
asked on May 11, 2010 
grammar
is the word WELL used correctly as long as you do WELL in the test thank you
asked on May 16, 2011 
lal
are these visible or mental verbs? lived go back & investigate thank you
asked on April 12, 2011 
grammar
how can i rephrase this sentence WITHOUT using any personal pronouns do you think the dough will rise the fastest in the sample with the highest, lowest, or a moderate concentration of sugar? thank you!
asked on April 6, 2011 
grammar
is this sentence right? Money does not bring happiness nor does material objects
asked on April 2, 2011 
history
where the athens greek??
asked on February 9, 2011 
history
what were the similarites and differences between the greek and egyptian empire?
asked on February 9, 2011 
History
which empire was dominant? was it Greek or Egypt??
asked on February 9, 2011 
history
how did ancient egypt become so dominant and how did it decline?
asked on February 9, 2011 
biology
in which domain should a biologist classify a singlecelled organism containing a nucleus
asked on September 23, 2010 
biology
identify the components of an ecosystem? thank you
asked on September 23, 2010 
ss
who was the oldest elected president?
asked on June 7, 2010 
ss
who was the first african american supreme court justice?
asked on June 7, 2010 
ss
what country were we at odds with during the cold war?
asked on June 7, 2010 
math
a round trip car ride took 12 hours. the first half of the trip took 7 hours at a rate of 45 miles per hour. what was the average rate of speed on the return trip?
asked on May 31, 2010 
LAL
is saying this right: theirs
asked on May 26, 2010 
math plz help
how do you solve these please show me how you do these step by step 1. y/2 5y/6 +1/3= 1/2 2. 15/8z + 1/4 = 4 3. 4/5  2p/5= 6/5 thank you
asked on May 26, 2010 
math ( CHECK MY WORK)
1. on 3 tests, a student scored a total of 258 points. if the student improved his performance on each test by 5 points, what was the score on each test a. 81,86,91 b. 80,85,90 c. 75,80,85 d. 70,75,80 is the correct answer A. 2. an item costs x dollars.
asked on May 24, 2010 
LAL!
what are the to be verbs and to have?
asked on May 24, 2010 
math
how do i write this in equation of this situation The cost C of a telegram of 18 words is the cost F of the first 10 words plus the cost A of each additional word.
asked on May 19, 2010 
MATH
how do i write these in equations to represent each situation? 1. the perimeter P of a rectangle is the sum of twice the length L and twice the width W 2. the volume V of a rectangular prism is the product of its three dimensions: length L,width W, and
asked on May 19, 2010 
reading
which clarifies the meaning of this sentence: its true that the companies don't put junkbin young peoples mouths A.young people like eating junk food. B. junk food companies target young people C. companies put junk food in adults mouths D. companies don't
asked on May 19, 2010 
READING
1.which statement uses faulty reasoning? A.Because they are hidden,fawns are safer if left alone. B. The camouflage protects the fawn by keeping it hidden C. either the fawn hides or it will be killed by a predator D. fawns are not hopeless, so we should
asked on May 19, 2010 
LAL!
can u please give me a sentence for this phrase as a noun clause? what the score was
asked on May 11, 2010 
LAL!
in this sentence is the verb MAY FIND or FIND You may find the Sargasso Sea.
asked on May 10, 2010 
LAL
(E)Essential and (NON)nonessential clauses check if these are right. do any sentence need commas? thx 1. the explorers whom i most admire are astronauts. (E) 2. one man who made space travel possible was Robert.(E) 3.goddard who tested many rockets helped
asked on May 6, 2010 
reading
how is U.S. water use similar to that "waterpoor" countries? how is it different?
asked on May 4, 2010 
LAL
ARE SOME PREPOSITIONS COMPLEX LIKE USED IN A COMPLEX SENTENCE
asked on May 4, 2010

grammar
oh thanks
posted on April 2, 2011 
history
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posted on February 9, 2011 
History
which was more dominant? i put egypt??
posted on February 9, 2011 
history
was it a monarchy , too?
posted on February 9, 2011 
MATH!
how do you do number 2 the question is FIND the perimeter of each shape
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
the question for # 2 is FIND the perimeter of each shape
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
how do you do # 1
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
it is 3!
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
# 2 is 20
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
oh i mean # 3
posted on June 9, 2010 
MATH!
how do you solve # 2
posted on June 9, 2010 
Math
i cant get # 4!
posted on June 9, 2010