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intermediate algebra
Two supplementary angles are such that one is 14 times larger than the other. Find the two angles. (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.)
asked on February 4, 2012 
intermediate algebra
Two supplementary angles are such that one is 14 times larger than the other. Find the two angles. (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.)
asked on February 4, 2012 
intermediate algebra
An accountant earns $3,480 per month after receiving a 5% raise. What was the accountant's monthly income before the raise? (Round your answer to the nearest cent.)
asked on February 4, 2012 
language arts
1.When actors speak in unison, they are speaking one after another talking in rhyme all saying the same thing at once quieter than normal 2.Poems often do not use standard English, standard punctuation,or standard language to describes ideas and
asked on December 18, 2013 
Science
Copper plate is used as cathode but it cann't be used as anode during electrolysis of water, why?
asked on March 10, 2016 
life orientation
Name two intitutions/community organizations that are involved in supporting or giving redress to teenage pregnancy.explain how these organizations are involved in providing a safe and healthy environment.
asked on May 12, 2013 
Trigonometry
You are given a right triangle. The Opposit side length is 7 and the hypotenuse length is 9. What is the degree of the bigger angle? (The one closest to the 90* angle)
asked on April 17, 2012 
Trigonometry
You are given a right triangle. The Opposit side length is 7 and the hypotenuse length is 9. What is the degree of the bigger angle? (The one closest to the 90* angle)
asked on April 17, 2012

SS
Number five is C
posted on May 8, 2018 
science... PLEASE HELP!
Phylum
posted on October 9, 2017 
Math
Because 0 is nothing
posted on October 20, 2015 
Math
you should help me mines is kinda like that and i don't understand it
posted on January 12, 2015 
language arts
1.C
posted on December 18, 2013 
english
Give two examples of each of the following elements of fiction and nonfiction from the texts youâ€™ve read in Units 1, 2, and 3. Characters: Plot: Conflict: Setting: Point of View: Theme: Style: Tone: Perspective: Bias: Purpose:
posted on October 28, 2013 
math
Mudder Nature
posted on March 5, 2012