# graciela

Popular questions and responses by graciela
1. ## math

a driver drove 50 miles in 50 minutes. how many miles per hour was he driving?

2. ## math

two cars leave town at the same time. one travels west at 56 mph, and the other travels south at 42 mph. after one hour, how far apart are the cars?

3. ## geometry

how many inches long is the radius of the largest circle that can fit inside a rectangle 18 inches long and 12 inches wide? An 84-cm wire is cut into three pieces. the second piece is 4 cm longer than the first piece and the third piece is twice as long as

4. ## geometry

how many inches long is the radius of the largest circle that can fit inside a rectangle 18 inches long and 12 inches wide?

5. ## math ( help)

Gli bought 9 cds.some of them cost \$12.75, and the rest cost \$11.95. the total was \$112.35. how many did he buy at each price? Let E be the expensive, and C the cheaper. E+C=9 E(12.75) + C (11.95)=112.35 the answer to your math problem is 6 cds for 12.75

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7. ## Writing

How so i find out the difference between a quality adj. and a strong verb? i need help quick cause my dad and mom are doing something they said by the time the get back i should be done. PLEASE HELP!!! QUICK!!!

8. ## chemistry121

What mass of silver chloride can be produced from 1.25 L of a 0.264 M solution of silver nitrate?

9. ## chemistry121

What mass of silver chloride can be produced from 1.25 L of a 0.264 M solution of silver nitrate?

10. ## chemistry

what is the formula of a pumpkin?

11. ## Statistics

True or False 1. Chi square tests of independence and homogeneity are both usually right-tailed tests. 2. A chi square goodness-of-fit test is appropriate for determining whether a random number generator is truly random.

12. ## Statistics

A fair 20-sided die is rolled 60 times, and the value of chi-square is computed using expected counts of 3 for each face. If this process is repeated many times, the shape of the distribution of the values of chi-square should be... A uniform B bimodal C

13. ## Stats (Chi-Square)

Suppose you have a chi-squars GOF test to test null hypothesis that the age distribution of drivers stopped in 2003 for traffic violations is the same as the age distr. in 2002. You compute chi-square= 14.7. At the 5% significance level, what is an

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15. ## geometry

find the difference between the volume of the cylinder 3-in radius, long 7 and the volume of the rectangular long 8-in wide 5-in and 4-in.round your answer to the nearest cubic inch.

16. ## geometry

find the height of the 32-inch tv screen shown below. round your answer to the nearent tenth of an inch.

17. ## math

a driver drove 50 miles in 50 minutes. how many miles per hour was he driving?

18. ## math

together two computers cost \$2700 per year to rent. if one costs twice as much as the other, what is the monthly cost of the most expensive one?

19. ## math

on the illinois state tax form, numbers are to be rounded to the nearest dollar. if heather earned \$8265.53 at her part-time job, what number would she enter on the form for earmings?

20. ## AP Math

What pattern do you see in the set of numbers 2,7,12,20

21. ## 1301 Education

The meaning of 3 S to a T

22. ## math

8(x+2)-4x +7 I need help! multiply the parenthsis 8x + 16-4x +7 then combine the x terms, and combine the number terms. the answer to this problem is 4x+23

23. ## news homework

(Help!) In want wed should i go to . to find the news? Graciela, are you looking for a News Website? If so, here are a couple: www.msnbc.msn.com/ www.usnews.com/ GuruBlue," Thank you so much!" thanks a lot!!!!!!!!!

1. ## Math/Probability/Statistics

hmmm

posted on October 22, 2015
2. ## Writing

This really helps

posted on October 22, 2015
3. ## Writing

you're the best teacher ever in the world! thank you for being very kind

posted on October 22, 2015
4. ## Writing

THANK YOU! YOU'RE THE BEST THX YOU SO SO SO MUCH!!

posted on October 22, 2015
5. ## Chemistry

Is the mass of the lead 3.4 x 10^(-22) or literally 3.4 x 10 - 22 or just 22g? The problem has given you volume and density. D = mass/ volume You're trying to find mass, so your equation's going to be m= dv m= 15. 82 g Divide this by whatever your mass

posted on March 7, 2011
6. ## math

It really just depends. It could be a lot of differen things: 4/2, 6/3, 8/4, e.t.c It just depends on what you want to make it compatible with. For example, say you had 2 + (7/8). You would need to put that 2 into a fraction with a denominator of 8. You

posted on March 3, 2011
7. ## math

You can set up an equation: 30%= .3, so you'll have .3x= 120 (where x is the number whose 30% is 120) x= 120/.3 x= 400 You can check by multiply .3 x 400= 120 So 30% of 400 is 120

posted on March 3, 2011
8. ## Math

input: +3 Output -60

posted on April 29, 2010
9. ## word study

shout is to mouth ou sound

posted on April 29, 2010
10. ## Lifeskills

What is the the salary for this job? What are the requirements? How much schooling do you need or training? How dangerous is this job? What types of equipment is needed to be successful in this job?

posted on April 29, 2010