qwertyfreak
 Name:

 School:
 About:
188 helpers are online right now
75% of questions are answered within 5 minutes.
Most Active Subjects

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 4
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 1

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 1
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 4
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 1

 Questions Asked
 1
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 3

 Questions Asked
 169
 Questions Answered
 3
 Medals Received
 8

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 4
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 1

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 1
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 0
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 2
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 0

 Questions Asked
 4
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 1

 Questions Asked
 1
 Questions Answered
 0
 Medals Received
 3

 Questions Asked
 169
 Questions Answered
 3
 Medals Received
 8
Questions Answered

qwertyfreak:
Which of the following is NOT equal to the others?
12  x
x  12
…
 updated one year ago
 2 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
P(8, 5) =
…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
See drawing.
 updated one year ago
 1 reply
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
A little help please?
 updated one year ago
 1 reply
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
solve the equation x/4  x2/3 (those are fractions, incase you didnt know)
 updated one year ago
 4 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Find the perimeter of the trapezoid. (see picture)
 updated one year ago
 12 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
(6)Add and simplify if possible:
3 5
______ + _________
…
 updated one year ago
 15 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
(5)Add and simplify if possible:
2 4
___ + ____
…
 updated one year ago
 5 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Add and simplify if possible.
x+3 x
_____ + _____
…
 updated one year ago
 14 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Simplify:
x^2  3x 18 1
__________________ / _____
…
 updated one year ago
 4 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Look at drawing...
Multiply and simplify.
 updated one year ago
 12 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
30.) Simplify: √18a^2
2a√3
√9a
…
 updated one year ago
 5 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Use the Pythagorean Theorem to find the length of the diagonal. Round to the nearest tenth, if necessary.?
Picture: http://www.flickr.com/…
 updated one year ago
 4 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Express the radical in simplest form
 updated one year ago
 4 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
1.) simplify the radical √96
…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Which of the following represents the radical in simplest form? √x^16
 updated one year ago
 10 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
1.) The anaerobic energy system that is accessed when the ATPCP system is exhausted is called.
a. the aerobic system.
b. the inert energy p…
 updated one year ago
 14 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Find the length of the diagonal of the rectangle.
The rectangle is 12in by 7in. the 12in parts are top and bottom, 7in parts are the sides.…
 updated one year ago
 7 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
The speed of sound, V, near Earth's surface can be represented by this equation, V = 20 √t+273, where t is the temperature in degrees Celsi…
 updated one year ago
 2 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Find the primeter of the rectangle in simplist form. The sides are: 2√6 and 4 +√6
4+3√6
…
 updated one year ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
The graph represents the height in feet of a football t seconds after it was punted. About how many seconds did it take the football to lan…
 updated 2 years ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
How many zeros does this function have?
 updated 2 years ago
 6 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Which equation has this graph?
(see attachment)
…
 updated 2 years ago
 3 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Estimate the roots of the equation by graphing. Round to the nearest tenth and write in set form, such as {1.2,3.4}.
x2  6= 0
…
 updated 2 years ago
 7 replies
 3 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
25.
Match each of the following with its correct simplified solution.
…
 updated 2 years ago
 2 replies
 2 Medals
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
Factor: x2 + 11x + 10
…
 updated 2 years ago
 2 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
It may look like a lot but its only 4 questions! please help (see attachment)
 updated 2 years ago
 1 reply
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
What era were Bastille day and 4th of July created or like official (not sure how to word it) Um, the era they became actual official holida…
 updated 2 years ago
 11 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
find 4a
 updated 2 years ago
 1 reply
 No Medals Yet
Mathematics

qwertyfreak:
16.
Solve the system x  y = 3 and 3x  8y = 9. What is the value of y?
(Points : 2)
…
 updated 2 years ago
 5 replies
 1 Medal
Mathematics
 > Older questions