Sheenybeany
Most popular questions and responses by Sheenybeany
geometry
"An equilateral triangle of side length 6 sqrt 3 is rotated about an altitude to form a cone. What is the volume of the cone?" Please don't solve the entire thing. A hint is all I really want so I can solve it by myself. Thanks!
asked on August 4, 2014 
Hard Geometry Problem
Hi guys. I need a lot of help on this. "Equilateral triangle ABC has centroid G. Triangle A'B'C' is the image of triangle ABC upon a dilation with center G and scale factor 2/3. Let K be the area of the region that is within both triangles. Find K/[ABC]."
asked on August 1, 2014 
Geometry
The diagonals of a trapezoid are perpendicular and have lengths 8 and 10. Find the length of the median of the trapezoid.
asked on May 25, 2014 
Algebra
"Find the maximum value of y/x over all real numbers x and y that satisfy (x  3)^2 + (y  3)^2 = 6." I tried simplifying it to xy(x+y12), went nowhere.
asked on August 8, 2014 
Geometry
Find the area of a parallelogram with sides of length 6 and 8, and with an interior angle with measure 45 degrees.
asked on June 3, 2014 
Geometry
OPQRSTUVWX is a regular decagon. A rotation of A degrees about U maps X to R. Given A < 180 degrees, find A. Thought it was 144 but it isn't.
asked on July 31, 2014 
Math
If you solve this you are officially amazing! "The diagonals of a trapezoid are perpendicular and have lengths 8 and 10. Find the length of the median of the trapezoid."
asked on May 19, 2014 
Geometry
Two cubes of volumes 8 and 27 are glued together at their faces to form a solid with the smallest possible surface area. What is the surface area of the resulting solid?
asked on July 22, 2014 
Geometry
"Find the volume of a cone that has 5 as its base radius and a lateral surface area of 65 pi." Help, thanks!
asked on August 4, 2014 
Translations
Point Q is the image of point P under a dilation with center O and scale factor 4. If PQ = 18, then what is OP?
asked on July 31, 2014 
Geometry
Crazy hard question I don't get: "A sphere with radius 3 is inscribed in a conical frustum of slant height 10. (The sphere is tangent to both bases and the side of the frustum.) Find the volume of the frustum." I need a proof for this, and I don't know
asked on July 29, 2014 
Geometry
In quadrilateral ABCD, we have AB = BC = CD = DA, AC = 14, and BD = 48. Find the perimeter of ABCD.
asked on June 3, 2014 
Geometry
The total area of all the faces of a rectangular prism is 22, and the total length of all its edges is 24. Find the length of the internal diagonal of the prism. Thank you!
asked on July 29, 2014 
Math
I'm an ongoing 8th grader, and I'm taking a class for Algebra 2. What should I expect that is different from Algebra 1? P.S. I've taken Geometry online.
asked on June 8, 2014 
Geometry
Find the area of a parallelogram with sides of length 6 and 8, and with an interior angle with measure 45 degrees.
asked on June 4, 2014 
MathMate Help!!!
This was the question before that you answered with more information. "Two altitudes of a triangle have lengths 12 and 14. What is the longest possible length of the third altitude, if it is a positive integer?" I don't get it. Could you at least help me
asked on June 24, 2014 
Ms. Sue Please help!!!
Ahhh... thank you "A square and an equilateral triangle have the same perimeter. Let A be the area of the circle circumscribed about the square and B be the area of the circle circumscribed about the triangle. Find A/B." It's a tough one.
asked on June 10, 2014 
Algebra
What is the degree of f(x) = 6(x1)^12(x+1)^3? Explanation too please :)
asked on March 2, 2016 
Geometry
How do you find the altitudes of a right triangle with the three sides?
asked on June 16, 2014 
Geometry
For what value of a is there a right triangle with sides a+1, 6a, and 6a+1?"
asked on August 5, 2014 
Geometry
How do you find the third altitude of a triangle with the two other altitudes? I have the altitudes 12 and 14.
asked on June 24, 2014 
Geometry
How do you find the lengths of the sides of an isosceles triangle with three medians?
asked on June 15, 2014 
Geometry
A circle R has a radius of length 5 sqrt 3 and has a chord XY that is 5 units from R. Find the length of XY.$
asked on August 5, 2014 
Geometry
A circle with center O has a radius of 17. Chord AB in the same circle has length 30. How far the chord from O?
asked on August 5, 2014 
Geometry
I don't understand any of this :( "What is the area of a trefoil whose horizontal base has length 2?" Please help!!!
asked on July 28, 2014 
Geometry
What are the properties of equiangular octagons?
asked on July 7, 2014 
Geometry
How do you find the altitudes of an isosceles triangle? Thanks!
asked on June 14, 2014

Math
Yes. Well that what I think, if you wake up 30 minutes earlier than usual, then you can. You may consider a bus or a carpool with a neighbor.
posted on August 27, 2014 
math
Yes, 16.6 is a rational number.
posted on August 27, 2014 
world history
Nevermind. I could be wrong.
posted on August 24, 2014 
world history
b) South Africa
posted on August 24, 2014 
Math
The slope is 2/3.
posted on August 10, 2014 
math
2 sqrt 2
posted on August 9, 2014 
Life
They are called "homophobic","antigay", or "heterosexist". Homophobic means afraid of gay couples. Antigay means someone who is violent towards gays. Heterosexist is someone who thinks heterosexuals are better than gays. But I like to call them ignorant.
posted on August 9, 2014 
Algebra
Lisa please ignore the errata on your previous post. And the GCF of these is not 52w, instead it is w^2. You see, GCF is the common factor, and I think you've been trying to find the LCM and multiplying 13 and 13.
posted on August 9, 2014 
Algebra
Oh shoot even more sorry. My first answer was right, and 36x^2 is wrong.
posted on August 9, 2014 
Algebra
Oh shoot so sorry. The GCF is actually 36x^2.
posted on August 9, 2014 
Algebra
"3x" is the GCF.
posted on August 9, 2014 
physics
Danielle, you should try answering the questions yourself before massposting on Jiskha. People don't like to answer questions that obviously haven't been put an effort into. Even if you don't know, post your work on the question.
posted on August 9, 2014 
math
Answer: 3,2,1 Solution: The integer has to be less than 4 but greater than 0. The next integer less than 4 is 3, and the first number greater than 0 is 1. List the integers between them, and you get 3,2,1 Ans.
posted on August 9, 2014 
English
This looks great, but make sure you include commas between "the sky, a drop of"/"concession stand, while other". Take my answer with a grain of salt because my strongest suit isn't English.
posted on August 8, 2014 
math
New York City is in New York, so the boys who live in NYC are also living in NY State. This means that 20% of the 30% New Yorkers are NYCians. .2*.3 = .06, so the answer is "e. 6%".
posted on August 8, 2014 
Algebra
What's the line?
posted on August 8, 2014 
algebra
Do you mean how many multiples? Then that's easy. The first multiple of 7 after 250 is 252, or 7*36. The last one is 497, or 7*71. You subtract 71 and 36 to get 35. If you mean finding all the multiples, then it will take a bit of time. You may have to
posted on August 8, 2014 
MATH
Then it'll be 2 2/9.
posted on August 8, 2014 
MATH
Assuming the "X" means the variable "x": x = 20/9 or 2.2222222222222222222222... You didn't ask for an explanation, so I didn't give one.
posted on August 8, 2014 
Physics
@Sipho, if you'd like to continue using this site you may need to limit the kinds of post you are making. "Shut up" is not an effective response to a question you may not understand. You might want to not write anything and just shut up.
posted on August 8, 2014 
Math
Answer: x^24 Explanation I: You distribute each term to the other. For example. "x" is a term, so you distribute "x" to "(x+2)". Next comes "2". You distribute "2" to "(x+2). You add up the two terms and get the answer.
posted on August 8, 2014 
Algebra
I also know that when drawn on a coordinate plane the figure is a circle.
posted on August 8, 2014 
math
Short answer: 240 programs. Long answer: The cassette tapes accounted for 5/24 of the total amount of programs. This means that 1/24 = 10 programs. 10 * 24 = 240 Ans.
posted on August 8, 2014 
math
Ummm... sure? It will be difficult for the small child though. I don't have a mathematical proof for that if that's what you're looking for.
posted on August 8, 2014 
Algebra
3200 bacteria will be living.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Algebra
Shortest answer: 350 tiles. Longer answer: 1750/5 = 350. Longest answer: Each triangle has an area of (2*(2+3))/2, which is 5. 1750/5 = 350.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Math
9 minutes to 12 noon = A.M. 8 minutes to midnight = P.M.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Algebra 2
And that was a statement, not a question.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Algebra 2
Did you bother to even attempt to solve any of you questions. How about you show some of your work and we can go from there.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Math
Correct.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Algebra 2
I might be wrong, but i got 17.99121094.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Algebra 2
4/9, 4/27, 4/81, 4/243.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Math
The answer is 54. Any number divisible by 6 is divisible by both 2 and 3, so we take those out. 6x9x1 = 54.
posted on August 7, 2014 
math
The shortest possible length is 4.
posted on August 7, 2014 
Geometry
Thanks Steve. You're the best!
posted on August 5, 2014 
Math
You really need to think about the question before you just randomly post it on Jiskha.
posted on August 5, 2014 
Algebra
Damon's right x >= 6
posted on August 5, 2014 
Algebra
x = temperature x
posted on August 5, 2014 
math
=5 =0 =? Did you forget to write the full equation?
posted on August 5, 2014 
Math
He worked 19/12 hours.
posted on August 5, 2014 
arithmetic
4 1/3
posted on August 4, 2014 
Geometry
But that's wrong :(
posted on August 4, 2014 
Geometry
Thanks!
posted on August 4, 2014 
English/ Help
C. Adjective
posted on August 4, 2014 
Setswana
Um... most users of this website speak English. People here don't translate, so try Google Translate.
posted on August 3, 2014 
Math
Short answer: 3. 9+4+5+6 = 24 246 = 18 18/3 = 6 96 = 3 Ans.
posted on August 3, 2014 
math
The total number of marbles is 2+3 units, or 5 units. 5 units = 40. Divide 5 from each side, and get 1 unit = 8. Tanya has 3 units, so 3 units = 24 Ans.
posted on August 3, 2014 
earth science
It's A. absorption and radiation of energy in the atmosphere.
posted on August 3, 2014 
math
(40*6)+(13/2*9)+(8*12)=394.5 Mary Stevens earned $394.5.
posted on August 1, 2014 
algebra
How about you do some work yourself before posting your homework questions on here?
posted on August 1, 2014 
agriculture,maths literacy,life science,geography
Whichever interests you the most! :)
posted on August 1, 2014 
personaliyand social development
Yes. I think it's "a.Language" as well.
posted on August 1, 2014 
algebra
500,000,00025,000=x x\2=24,987,500 Restaurant A = x + 25,000 Restaurant B = x A=25,012,500 B=24,987,500
posted on August 1, 2014 
Geometry
Thanks!
posted on August 1, 2014 
Translations
Like I said, the answer is wrong! I put it into my online class and it said it was 6. Thanks a whole bunch, Steve.
posted on August 1, 2014 
Translations
Sorry, but that's not right :( I really need to do this. Any help?
posted on July 31, 2014 
Geometry
Wow. Thanks Jiskha.
posted on July 31, 2014 
Math
BBBBBBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMMMMMMMMMMM!!
posted on July 31, 2014 
Math
Wait... isn't it what percent of the original, not how much it increased?
posted on July 31, 2014 
Math
Do you mean 1/3 of 9? Then it's 27. But if it really is 1/3%, then it's 2700. If you're fined, then you'd want 27. :)
posted on July 31, 2014 
Math
5000/1000 = 5 = 500%
posted on July 31, 2014 
Math
No, it is 50 minutes. 40/48 * 60 = 50.
posted on July 29, 2014 
Math
5.2 hours later, or 3:12 PM
posted on July 29, 2014 
Algebra
Thank you Amber. y/6 > 10 Quick answer: D. y < 60 Full solution: y/6 > 10. We multiply 6 to both sides, so we get y < 60. We see that y < 60 is not a choice, so we multiply 1 to y < 60 to keep the new inequality equivalent to the old inequality, getting
posted on July 29, 2014 
Algebra
Is that the whole problem. I'm pretty sure that there is more than > 10. If you can post that again I'm sure that I can help you.
posted on July 29, 2014 
Geometry
I just read one of Steve's answers in the first link down there, but I need a 1.) a geometric answer, 2.) a proof, 3.) a diagram, 4.) a little clearer answer, and 5.) by tomorrow!!! Sorry for being so pushy, but I was out of town for most of the week
posted on July 29, 2014 
math
It took Kevin 10 hours to pass Sue, given there was no stopping involved. Sue had a 100 mile lead over Kevin, but Kevin's car goes 10 miles faster. 100/10 = 10, so 10 hours Ans.
posted on July 29, 2014 
Geometry
Sorry, tried 5 but it didn't work. The hint said that it was a simplified square root?
posted on July 29, 2014 
geometry
Not really geometry, but: 1/2 + 1/5 + 1/10 + 1/5 = 1 The bachelor has no money left, or 0/1 left.
posted on July 29, 2014 
Management
What are the following?
posted on July 28, 2014 
algebra
The quick solution: 5a+8 The long solution: We first distribute the "5" to the terms inside the parentheses and get "5a+10". With the parentheses gone, we can combine "+10" and "2" to get "+8". We finally get the solution "5a+8".
posted on July 22, 2014 
...
Um it's 2.
posted on July 22, 2014 
math
Okay, this doesn't make sense. First off, you are left with 2 pens. Second, the percentage of what? If you clarify, I could help you...
posted on June 29, 2014