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Mathematics
High School
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Mathematics
College
Given f of x is equal to the quantity x plus 3 end quantity over the quantity x squared minus 4 times x minus 21 end quantity and g(x) = log4x, evaluate (g f)(8).
Social Studies
High School
in 2014 mexico implemented a new policing type operating under the polica federal. under what name does this civilian force with both police and military training operate?
Chemistry
College
Carbon monoxide can form carbon dioxide via the reaction: CO (g) + H2O (g) CO2 (g) + H2 (g) In an experiment, 0.35 mol of CO and 0.40 mol of H2O were placed in a 1.00-L reaction vessel. At equilibrium, there was 0.19 mol of CO remaining. What is Keq at the temperature of the experiment?
Geography
High School
Explain how the three branches ofgovernment works and how checks and balanceskeeps one branch from having too much power.Answers should be ONE paragraphDue Today
Mathematics
High School
consider the function rpresented by 9x + 3y = 12 with x as the independant variable. How can this function be writte using function notation? f(y) = - 1/3y + 4/3, f(x) = -3x + 4, f(x) = - 1/3 x + 4/3 f(y), = - 3y + 4
Health
High School
Recall a recent health care experience of your own. What made it positive or negative?
Mathematics
College
Can you tell me what a is and what b is and what c is
Mathematics
College
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Mathematics
High School
k(x) = 2x-x-1 find the roots
Mathematics
College
What is the slope of the line passing through (0, 5) an d(-12, 2) ?Enter your answer in the box.
Mathematics
High School
what 5+5+5+7= what is it
Physics
High School
optimus prime coasts up a hill initially at 11.0m/s. after 9.3s he is rolling back down the slope at 7.3m/s. what is his acceleration?
Mathematics
College
Broad Street divides Popperville into an east side and a west side. On the east side of Popperville, 20% of the children qualify for a reduced-price lunch. On the west side of Popperville, 30% of the children qualify for a reduced-price lunch. Is it correct to calculate the percentage of children in all of Popperville who qualify for reduced-price lunch by adding 20% and 30% to get 50%? If the answer is no, why not? Explain in detail and calculate the correct percentage in at least two examples.
Mathematics
High School
find the slope 35 points
Mathematics
High School
You borrowed $1,690 for 5 1/2 years a at 5.7% compounded semi annually. What total will you pay back?
Physics
High School
A motorcycle traveling at 25 m/s accelerates at a rate of 7.0 m/s2 for 6.0 seconds. What is the final speed of the motorcycle?
Arts
High School
________ is using two or more colors ____________________.Question 3 options:Blending AND that gradually fade into one another OR 2+ colors can be seen inside the same spaceScu-bling AND to fill in a space creating a soft texture due to the overlapping circle motion.Blending AND to fill in a space creating a soft texture due to the overlapping circle motionScu-bling AND that gradually fade into one another OR 2+ colors can be seen inside the same space
Mathematics
High School
according to flightstats.com, american airlines flights from dallas to chicago are on time % of the time. suppose flights are randomly selected, and the number of on-time flights is recorded. (a) explain why this is a binomial experiment. (b) determine the values of n and p. (c) find and interpret the probability that exactly flights are on time. (d) find and interpret the probability that fewer than flights are on time. (e) find and interpret the probability that at least flights are on time. (f) find and interpret the probability that between and flights, inclusive, are on time.
Physics
High School
a capacitor is charged to a potential of 12.0 vv and is then connected to a voltmeter having an internal resistance of 3.40 mm. after a time of 4.00 ss the voltmeter reads 3.5 vv.
Physics
College
a ball is thrown vertically upward reaches a maximum height of 50m above the level of projection find the time taken to reach the height and find the speed of the throw
Mathematics
College
Convert the following to slop -intercept from 4x-3y=24
Social Studies
High School
CHAPTER I, an excerptFrom Sir Gawain and the Green KnightThe coming of the Green KnightNow I will say no more of the service, but that ye may know there was no lack, for there drew near a venture that the folk might well have left their labour to gaze upon. As the sound of the music ceased, and the first course had been fitly served, there came in at the hall door one terrible to behold, of stature greater than any on earth; from neck to loin so strong and thickly made, and with limbs so long and so great that he seemed even as a giant. And yet he was but a man, only the mightiest that might mount a steed; broad of chest and shoulders and slender of waist, and all his features of like fashion; but men marvelled much at his colour, for he rode even as a knight, yet was green all over.The fashion of the knightFor he was clad all in green, with a straight coat, and a mantle above; all decked and lined with fur was the cloth and the hood that was thrown back from his locks and lay on his shoulders. Hose had he of the same green, and spurs of bright gold with silken fastenings richly worked; and all his vesture was verily green. Around his waist and his saddle were bands with fair stones set upon silken work, 'twere too long to tell of all the trifles that were embroidered thereonbirds and insects in gay gauds of green and gold.Which of the following quotations from the above passage is indirect characterization of the Green Knight? broad of chest and shoulders and slender of waist, but men marvelled much at his colour, For he was clad all in green, with limbs so long and so great that he seemed even as a giant.
English
College
History rough draft on something.FORMULA 1 Topic Sentence Reason/Fact/Detail Explain Reason/Fact/Detail ExplainFORMULA 2 Topic Sentence Reason/Fact/Detail Reason/Fact/DetailReason/Fact/Detail ConclusionYou can earn _5 points for every paragraph you write. Follow these requirements:Your paragraph must be five sentences longYou have to choose topics from the prompts below For every paragraph you write, also write whether you are following FORMULA 1 or FORMULA 2.Write about an adult you look up to.What is a piece of technology that you have seen change since you were younger? Describe a story about the past you heard that you still have questions about. Describe a story someone told you about that past that has stayed with you. If you could be transported anywhere in the world where would you go and why?Write about something you learned in school that seems important.Write about a time you worked hard.Write about a photograph that stays in your memory.Write about a historical event you would like to know more about. What would you change about the city you live in?
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