edina
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english
what is the root word for release? what is the prefix and how does the prefix change the meaning? It is driving me nuts.. the word is not release(as rerent) i think he root IS release.. 4th grade spelling homework. i think it is a mistake or wrong
asked on September 17, 2015 
5th grade math
each letter represents a different digit from 1 to 9. what number TWO represents? ONE + ONE  TWO i found two solution so far but only by trial and error, can someone tell me if there is more and what they are? 134 +134  268 356 +356
asked on September 16, 2016 
Chemistry
If you heat a mixture of Zn and HCl,and heat them together until all liguid has evaporated because excess HCl will be given off. What substance is left in the dish after the liquid has evaporated.
asked on April 12, 2010 
English
which word fits into the sentence? retreat,rage, enormous, prepare It is important to _____ situation that can become dangerous. ( think it is none, it probably should be "avoid", but was not among the choices.. is "retreat situation" makes sense? anyone?
asked on October 21, 2015 
math, probability 4th grade
please check my answers and problem at the end , too! the cafeteria in the school offers 3 side items with the meal to the kids, among them: A. fries, B. carrots, C. macaroni, D broccoli, E. beans. how many choices each child have?  i think it is 10
asked on October 7, 2015 
math
you have the numbers from 1 through 9. divide them into 3 groups so that each group has the same total after adding the digits in them.. i got until: adding all the digits makes 45 and and divided by 3 so each will be 15, but what next? any method for that
asked on September 10, 2015 
math
The kids can choose 3 sides at the cafeteria, including a. fries, b.carrots, c. macaroni, d. broccoli, e. beans. how many choices they have? and what are the probability that a child is going to pick macaroni, carrots and beans (together)? I was thinking
asked on October 6, 2015

English
you are a genius! thank you.
posted on October 21, 2015 
Math
you have to find the smallest mutual denominator then calculate what portion of the money is earned already.1/4, 2/5,1/10 4x5=20  that is also divisible by 10 so no need to multiply by 10 also.. so he earned 1/4 =5/20 on monday, 2/5 = 8/20 on tuesday and
posted on October 7, 2015 
math
ignore and Skip this,please, I have to ask the teacher if they can pick the same sides multiple times or not, also if the order counts.. I will beg for help again tomorrow...
posted on October 6, 2015 
math
Thanks a million!! but how did you get to it? is there a formula or method to deal with this kind of questions or just try to switch around and maybe stumble upon the right one? actually i was working on it, too and came up with 8 7, 9 6, 1 2 3 4 5 ,(as it
posted on September 10, 2015