JohnnyCowCow
 Name:
 John Cowan
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 Bob Martinez Middle School
 About:
 8th Grade, I am in Algebra I Advanced Honors. I take Geometry online. I am also very involved in my school's band and orchestra programs.
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If 9% of a population is born homozygous recessive (ss), what percent of the population will be born heterozygous?
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Line s passes through the points (2, 7) and (6, 1). Line t passes through the point (5, 2) and is perpendicular to line s. What is the equat…
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The line shown in the graph below can be represented by the equation y = + . Which of the following is the equation for a line that is perp…
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HELP! THIS PROBLEM IS DUE IN 10 MINUTES ON A TIMED TEST!!
The equation 4x + 2y = 8 is graphed above. (It isn't graphed idk why?) What is the…
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Help please!!! The figure shown below is a regular octagon. The measure of ∠HAB is 135 degrees. What is the measure of ∠HBG, in degrees? Pic…
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An airline has implemented a plan to reduce the occurrence of lost luggage. They have observed a linear relationship between the number of m…
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Help Please!!!
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7a/a, a (not equal to) 0
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If determining the volume of a rectangular box, five cubes were found to fit exactly along one edge, and four cubes were found to fit exactl…
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A particle with charge −7 μC is located on the xaxis at the point 8 cm, and a second particle with charge −4 μC is placed on the xaxis at …
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OK, I think we should actually post about MUSIC in the MUSIC section! Not, "OMG do you like my new song?" "Listen to me sing!" No, put that …
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Sue is on the archery team at her school. Each time Sue shot an arrow, her team's statistician recorded results: yellow hit, red hit, blue h…
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When a coin is flipped, there are two possible outcomes: heads or tails. If a coin is flipped three times, what is the probability that th…
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Maria has two fair coins. She flips them in the air. She believes it is equally likely they land 2 heads, 2 tails, or 1 head and 1 tail. W…
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For a history project, Mrs. McNabb is planning to divide her class into six groups of varying numbers of students. The students will be assi…
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In Mr. Golec¿s gym class, each of the 35 students is equally likely to be assigned to one of five activities: basketball, baseball, soccer, …
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Jamie plays baseball for his school's team. His statistics for the season are shown in the graph below. Each sector shows the probability of…
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