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Math
The top of a swimming pool is in the shape of a rectangle measuring 44 feet by 24 feet. Two of the sides of the pool are trapezoids. The water is 9 feet deep in the deep end and 3 feet deep in the shallow end. Find the volume of the water in the pool.
asked on February 9, 2018 
Algebra
The partners are given the literal inequality ax+b>c to solve for x. Joaquin says that he will solve it just like an equation. Serena says that he needs to be careful because if a is a negative number, the solution will be different. What do you say? What
asked on October 27, 2017 
History
Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of ______ ____________ ____________ started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in ___________ to buy supplies. Governor __________________ took advantage
asked on November 21, 2017 
algebra
How would you graph the inequality 3r+5>3r2 on a number line? I know first you have to solve for r, and I did that (5>2). I'm having trouble putting it on a number line though.
asked on October 27, 2017

Math
44*3=132 ft^2 (44*6)*0.5=132 ft^2 132+132=264 ft^2 264*24=6,336 ft^3 v=6,336 ft^3 This apology is going to sound really stupid coming from someone who just took an hour out of your day to answer a simple enough question (multiple times), but I couldn't
posted on February 9, 2018 
Math
Reiny, if I really cared about school policies, I would not be on this website. I'm not asking you for the straight up answer, but I need to know the steps to take so I can find the answer.
posted on February 9, 2018 
Math
Yes
posted on February 9, 2018 
Math
Okay that really didn't help me much because I don't know what the pool is supposed to look like.
posted on February 9, 2018 
Math
Oh wait, I understand what you mean now. Thank you!
posted on February 9, 2018 
Math
Sorry, but why would I need to draw a sideview of the pool? Wouldn't I just need the aboveview?
posted on February 9, 2018 
LA
Lil Sue: All I can do is tell you to fill in the blanks. Try picking a chapter and skimming over it a couple times. It's much faster than actually reading it, and you will more than likely come across some new words, or words used frequently. • What new
posted on January 24, 2018 
LA
Guys, the people above (myself included) gave you plenty of information. Stop being so closed minded, and listen to us please. We can't just give you the answer because first, it's against school policies (I understand if we really cared about the school
posted on January 24, 2018 
L.A
If you didn't read the book, go to sparknotes. It's like cliff notes, but online. You can find the context, plot overview, character list, themes, motifs, symbols, the summary for each chapter individually, explanations of important quotes, key
posted on December 20, 2017 
L.A
Connexus students: If you go to L1 of U4 and go to pg. 4, you can find a download called reading roles. It tells you what each role is, and gives you questions to ask yourself about the novel. To save you some time, here are the roles: Discussion Director
posted on December 20, 2017 
LA
Also, these are at the end of each semester of Language Arts. You do the exact same things, the reading roles are the same, but the books are different. You can use the above comment as a template for each one (including next semester  the Giver).
posted on December 20, 2017 
LA
Connexus students: If you go to L1 of U4 and go to pg. 4, you can find a download called reading roles. It tells you what each role is, and gives you questions to ask yourself about the novel. To save you some time, here are the roles: Discussion Director
posted on December 20, 2017 
Social Studies
Yes, Joy is correct! 100%
posted on November 27, 2017 
History
2. Georgia 5. British troops? 10. Kettle Creek I'm still not clear on questions 5 and 11, but are 2 and 10 correct?
posted on November 21, 2017 
History
Ms. Sue, I am not intending to bother you, but making sure you saw my comment before.
posted on November 21, 2017 
History
Every section of blanks is a number. Describe the fighting during the American Revolution in Georgia with the correct terms: The Battle of (1.)______ ____________ ____________ started in 1776 when British soldiers arrived in (2.)___________ to buy
posted on November 21, 2017 
Algebra
Thank you, I appreciate the help!
posted on October 27, 2017