• I've lost my Registration Code for The Sims 3 on PC.?

    Best answer: The only way to get a new registration code is to buy it again. buy it from Origin digitally and it will then always live on your account and then can download it again for free anytime. Base game is $20 here https://www.origin.com/usa/en-us/store/t...
    Best answer: The only way to get a new registration code is to buy it again. buy it from Origin digitally and it will then always live on your account and then can download it again for free anytime. Base game is $20 here https://www.origin.com/usa/en-us/store/t...
    2 answers · Video & Online Games · 10 hours ago
  • I need help on my geometry question?

    Best answer: the larger and smaller triangles will end up being similar triangles to each other. Similar sides will then have the same ratio from large to small when comparing either of the three sides. So the side QR is 8 and its corresponding segment from the larger is KR which is unknown (x). We can write that as: x/8 Then the next set of... show more
    Best answer: the larger and smaller triangles will end up being similar triangles to each other. Similar sides will then have the same ratio from large to small when comparing either of the three sides. So the side QR is 8 and its corresponding segment from the larger is KR which is unknown (x). We can write that as: x/8 Then the next set of sides is KN and QP, which will have the same ratio as above, KN is known to be 18 and QP is unknown (y): 18/y And all of these ratios are the same so we can set any ratio equal to the other and solve once we are ready. Next, we notice we are told it's a rectangle and we have a triangle from the points KQL. Since it's a rectangle we know it's a right triangle with legs of 12 and 16 and an unknown hypotenuse. That hypotenuse is made by the segments QR and KR so we can use this expression: (8 + x) since we already declared segment KR to be equal to x. Using Pythagorean Theorem, we can solve for x: a² + b² = c² 12² + 16² = (8 + x)² 144 + 256 = (8 + x)² 400 = (8 + x)² square root of both sides: ± √400 = 8 + x ± 20 = 8 + x x = -8 ± 20 We can't have a negative distance, so throwing that out we get: x = -8 + 20 x = 12 Now we know the length of x. Since the ratios from above are the same, set them equal to each other to solve for y, which is the segment length you are looking for: x/8 = 18/y 12 / 8 = 18 / y 12y = 144 y = 12 The unknown segment is 12.0 units in length (Answer D)
    4 answers · Mathematics · 1 day ago
  • Consumer Math Help?

    Best answer: Now it just looks like we're doing your homework for you, posting two nearly-identical questions. I'll answer this since it is different a little from your other one, but most of it is the same. We need to find out how many 1/4 mile segments there are. As we found from the first question, we divide the miles by 1/4 to get the... show more
    Best answer: Now it just looks like we're doing your homework for you, posting two nearly-identical questions. I'll answer this since it is different a little from your other one, but most of it is the same. We need to find out how many 1/4 mile segments there are. As we found from the first question, we divide the miles by 1/4 to get the number of segments: 7.5 / (1/4) 7.5 * 4 30 segments The first is one rate and the other 29 is the lower rate, so: 0.75 + 29 * 0.55 0.75 + 15.95 16.7 No additional passengers to worry about, so we don't add anything else. Now to add a 15% tip, multiply that by 1.15 to get: 16.7 * 1.15 = $19.21 (rounded up to the nearest penny from 19.205) (answer C)
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 day ago
  • The slope of a line is 1/2. The line passes through (4,1). Name the coordinates of two other points on the line.?

    Best answer: With the slope of 1/2, that means that for every one increase in "y", there are two increases in "x" (since slope is change in y over change in x) So no. You didn't do this correctly. The slope is still increasing, so a decrease in y should result in a decrease of x, and your second point has the same value for... show more
    Best answer: With the slope of 1/2, that means that for every one increase in "y", there are two increases in "x" (since slope is change in y over change in x) So no. You didn't do this correctly. The slope is still increasing, so a decrease in y should result in a decrease of x, and your second point has the same value for y with a different value for x. If you are still confused, you can create an equation then substitute whatever values you want. Starting with the general equation for slope-intercept, we have the slope and a point to give us x and y, so we can solve for the intercept: y = mx + b 1 = (1/2) * 4 + b 1 = 2 + b b = -1 So the equation is: y = (1/2)x - 1 So let's use your two values of x: 6 and 8, then we can find values for y for each: y = (1/2) * 6 - 1 and y = (1/2) * 8 - 1 y = 3 - 1 and y = 4 - 1 y = 2 and y = 3 So two other points would be: (6, 2) and (8, 3) And as you can see from these two points and the one you were given, it works back to the first thing I said about the slope being 1/2: for every 1 increase in y, there is an increase of 2 in x. That pattern is showing itself here.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 2 months ago
  • Hello everyone i paid for the 12 month membership for playstation plus but i lost my debit card and had to get a new one how do i link PS4?

    Best answer: From a PC browser, log into your PSN account at http://store.playstation.com In the upper-right corner, click your name with the down arrow next to it and choose: Payment Management A new panel will open on the right side that will let you remove your old debit card information and add your new card. You can also link it to a PayPal... show more
    Best answer: From a PC browser, log into your PSN account at http://store.playstation.com In the upper-right corner, click your name with the down arrow next to it and choose: Payment Management A new panel will open on the right side that will let you remove your old debit card information and add your new card. You can also link it to a PayPal account if you don't want to put your credit card information directly into PSN.
    1 answer · PlayStation · 3 days ago
  • Super Mario Odyssey jump rope glitch?

    Best answer: No permanent damage will happen to your game. Once you are done, just use the hat warp to any of the checkpoints in the level and everything will reset to working order.
    Best answer: No permanent damage will happen to your game. Once you are done, just use the hat warp to any of the checkpoints in the level and everything will reset to working order.
    1 answer · Video & Online Games · 3 days ago
  • Solve for x please help?

    Best answer: The sum of a triangle's internal angle degrees is always 180. The sum of a rectangle's internal angle degrees is always 360. So using this, if we set the number of angles (or sides) to "x", then we can know the total amount of internal angle degrees is: 180(x - 2) You have a 5-sided shape, so we can find the total... show more
    Best answer: The sum of a triangle's internal angle degrees is always 180. The sum of a rectangle's internal angle degrees is always 360. So using this, if we set the number of angles (or sides) to "x", then we can know the total amount of internal angle degrees is: 180(x - 2) You have a 5-sided shape, so we can find the total degrees: 180(5 - 2) 180(3) 540 Now if we add up the angles that we know and subtract it from this, that must be the measurement of the missing angle in degrees: 540 - (100 + 102 + 108 + 121) 540 - 431 109 degrees
    4 answers · Mathematics · 3 days ago
  • Can this Pc run games ?

    Best answer: The i3 there is the big red flag. Will it play games, yes. Will it run them well? Probably not. That CPU isn't meant for gaming, but more for the simpler stuff like mail, web browsing, document creation (your business apps). It's at least 7th gen, which gives it possibly more power than an older i5, but still the fact... show more
    Best answer: The i3 there is the big red flag. Will it play games, yes. Will it run them well? Probably not. That CPU isn't meant for gaming, but more for the simpler stuff like mail, web browsing, document creation (your business apps). It's at least 7th gen, which gives it possibly more power than an older i5, but still the fact it's an i3, not sure.
    2 answers · PC · 3 days ago
  • Expansion? Honour? Hot?

    Best answer: Is there a context for this choice? Or we just picking from three random words for a random reason?
    Best answer: Is there a context for this choice? Or we just picking from three random words for a random reason?
    1 answer · Video & Online Games · 3 days ago
  • Use the Euclidean algorithm to show that 80 and 273 are coprime.?

    Best answer: Euclidean algorithm is an iterative process to determine the Greatest Common Divisor (or Factor) by checking the remainder (or modulus) of the two numbers, then uses that as an input another time with the second value. So as written: GCD(80, 273) If we get the remainder when you divide 80 by 273, you get 80. So use that as the input... show more
    Best answer: Euclidean algorithm is an iterative process to determine the Greatest Common Divisor (or Factor) by checking the remainder (or modulus) of the two numbers, then uses that as an input another time with the second value. So as written: GCD(80, 273) If we get the remainder when you divide 80 by 273, you get 80. So use that as the input as the second value with the previous second value as the new first: GCD(273, 80) Now doing it again, we'll start getting somewhere. 273 / 80 = 3 R 33. So use the 33 as the next input along with the 80. GCD(80, 33) We keep doing this until the modulus is zero. Then the GCD of the original two numbers is the value of the second input. If we are to show that the two numbers are coprime, then we are expecting to see the GCD of the two numbers is 1. So we keep going: 80 / 33 = 2 R 14 GCD(33, 14) 33 / 14 = 2 R 5 GCD(14, 5) 14 / 5 = 2 R 4 GCD(5, 4) 5 / 4 = 1 R 1 GCF(4, 1) 4 / 1 = 4 R 0 Now that we have the modulus of our two inputs being 0, the GCD is the second of the inputs, which was 1. So that shows the original two numbers of 80 and 273 are coprime.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 4 days ago
  • Find the values of c and d that make the function?

    Best answer: It's a continuous function when the endpoints of the ranges all connect. So when x < 1, we are told that f(x) = 4x. So when x = 1, using this, we get f(1) = 4 * 1 = 4 So for the middle one: cx² + d when 1 ≤ x < 2, we want f(1) = 4 so we can make this equation: c(1)² + d = 4 c(1) + d = 4 c + d = 4 Now we do the same thing... show more
    Best answer: It's a continuous function when the endpoints of the ranges all connect. So when x < 1, we are told that f(x) = 4x. So when x = 1, using this, we get f(1) = 4 * 1 = 4 So for the middle one: cx² + d when 1 ≤ x < 2, we want f(1) = 4 so we can make this equation: c(1)² + d = 4 c(1) + d = 4 c + d = 4 Now we do the same thing for when x = 2, looking at the third segment: f(x) = 3x when x ≥ 2. so when x = 2, we get: f(2) = 3 * 2 = 6 So let's do the same with the middle segment setting f(2) = 6 (yes, we know that it says x isn't equal to 2 here, but we have to do this since we want it to connect to the third segment): f(2) = c(2)² + d = 6 f(2) = c(4) + d = 6 f(2) = 4c + d = 6 Now with this and the expression above, we have a system of two equations that we can solve for: c + d = 4 d = 4 - c 4c + d = 6 4c + (4 - c) = 6 3c = 2 c = 2/3 d = 4 - c d = 4 - 2/3 d = 12/3 - 2/3 d = 10/3 So: c = 2/3 and d = 10/3
    3 answers · Mathematics · 5 days ago
  • Can you transfer games from one hard drive to another for the same ps4?

    Best answer: You can perform a system backup onto an external hard drive, swap the hard drives to a larger capacity one, use the hard drive to install a new version of firmware onto the new hard drive, then restore the backup. Then you won't lose anything. If you don't backup and restore the old system, you can swap hard drives and install... show more
    Best answer: You can perform a system backup onto an external hard drive, swap the hard drives to a larger capacity one, use the hard drive to install a new version of firmware onto the new hard drive, then restore the backup. Then you won't lose anything. If you don't backup and restore the old system, you can swap hard drives and install new firmware to a factory-reset state, log into your PSN account and re-download your content that you've bought for no additional cost. You will lose any game saves that isn't saved to the PSN Cloud in this process.
    1 answer · Video & Online Games · 4 weeks ago
  • Math Help?

    Best answer: If m is an even integer, then you would use m = 2k (where k is any integer, m is then always even) Just thinking through it logically, if m is even, then m^22 will also be even. If m is even, then -3m is even. The sum of two even numbers is always even. Then adding 1 (an odd number) to an even number makes it odd. You probably will... show more
    Best answer: If m is an even integer, then you would use m = 2k (where k is any integer, m is then always even) Just thinking through it logically, if m is even, then m^22 will also be even. If m is even, then -3m is even. The sum of two even numbers is always even. Then adding 1 (an odd number) to an even number makes it odd. You probably will have to go through the work using m = 2k to show that you get 2(something) + 1 at the end, which will show that the result is odd vs. the "logically thinking through it" method. The converse would then be if m is odd, then m²² - 3m + 1 would be even. But this would be false. Thinking through it: m²² would be odd if m is odd. -3m would be odd if m is odd. The sum of two odd numbers is EVEN. Then adding 1 to an odd number is odd. Since all you need to do is show a counter example, set m = 1 and simplify to show the result is not even: m²² - 3m + 1 setting m = 1 ... 1²² - 3(1) + 1 1 - 3 + 1 -2 + 1 -1 The result is odd. So this expression will never give you an even number result as long as m is an integer.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 5 days ago
  • Series 4+2+1+1/2+1/4+1/8.... converges to? a. 8 b. 4 c. 6 d. 7?

    Best answer: The general form for a term of a geometric sequence is: a(n) = ab^(n - 1) Where a is the first term and b is the common ratio, so your sequence is: a(n) = 4 * (1/2)^(n - 1) The sum of an infinite geometric sequence where the common ratio is less than 1 is: S = a / (1 - b) So using your values for a and b we get: S = 4 / (1 -... show more
    Best answer: The general form for a term of a geometric sequence is: a(n) = ab^(n - 1) Where a is the first term and b is the common ratio, so your sequence is: a(n) = 4 * (1/2)^(n - 1) The sum of an infinite geometric sequence where the common ratio is less than 1 is: S = a / (1 - b) So using your values for a and b we get: S = 4 / (1 - 1/2) Simplify: S = 4 / (1/2) S = 4 * 2 S = 8
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 week ago
  • When I buy the nintendo switch should my first purchase be Super Mario Odyssey or Breath of the Wild?

    Best answer: In terms of difficulty, Mario is the easier of the game. The game doesn't really get difficult until AFTER you finish the story. It's nice in that it makes it more approachable by non-gamers, but for me, I like to have a smoother difficulty curve. I wouldn't call it childish. It's kind of a love letter to Mario's... show more
    Best answer: In terms of difficulty, Mario is the easier of the game. The game doesn't really get difficult until AFTER you finish the story. It's nice in that it makes it more approachable by non-gamers, but for me, I like to have a smoother difficulty curve. I wouldn't call it childish. It's kind of a love letter to Mario's entire history going back to his origins in 1981. Zelda does ramp up the difficulty and depending on your path, probably higher than most people like. But that's what's so good about this game, you choose your own path. If you can't find a way to get around an obstacle, just do something else and come back when you have more hearts, better armor or weapons, etc. Both are must-play games and I don't think you will be disappointed in either as your first Switch game.
    3 answers · Video & Online Games · 1 week ago
  • Can 3 people share PlayStation Plus?

    Best answer: Are they all on the same console so only one person would be playing at the same time? Then yes. Have the primary account own the PS+ then all other accounts can use it. Or do you mean that each person has their own system and you want to play together? Then no. Each of you will need to have PS+ in order to do this. show more
    Best answer: Are they all on the same console so only one person would be playing at the same time? Then yes. Have the primary account own the PS+ then all other accounts can use it. Or do you mean that each person has their own system and you want to play together? Then no. Each of you will need to have PS+ in order to do this.
    2 answers · PlayStation · 2 weeks ago
  • Log word Problem David invests 2500 at 11 percent per annum compounded annually. How many years will it take for the investment to double?

    Best answer: Compound interest equation is: A = P(1 + r/n)^(tn) Where P is the principal(2500) r is the annual rate (11% or 0.11) A is the amount at the end of "t" years (5000 since we want to double the original amount) n is the number of times per year interest is compounded (since annually, this is only 1) t is the time in years. Plug... show more
    Best answer: Compound interest equation is: A = P(1 + r/n)^(tn) Where P is the principal(2500) r is the annual rate (11% or 0.11) A is the amount at the end of "t" years (5000 since we want to double the original amount) n is the number of times per year interest is compounded (since annually, this is only 1) t is the time in years. Plug in what we know and solve for the unknown: A = P(1 + r/n)^(tn) 5000 = 2500(1 + 0.11/1)^(t * 1) 5000 = 2500(1 + 0.11)^t 2 = (1 + 0.11)^t 2 = 1.11^t Get the log of both sides: ln(2) = ln(1.11^t) Now we can move the exponent out of the log: ln(2) = t ln(1.11) Divide both sides by the log on the right: t = ln(2) / ln(1.11) That's your exact answer, which doesn't really answer the question. So we use a calculator to solve for t as a decimal approximation: t ≈ 6.64 But since the interest isn't compounded until the end of the year, we round up. so the balance will be more than doubled after 7 years. Testing this, starting with $2500 and then finding the balance at the end of each year after adding interest we get: year 0 - 2500 1 - 2775 2 - 3080 (rounding to nearest whole dollar here, but keeping decimals in the calculator as I go on) 3 - 3419 4 - 3795 5 - 4212 6 - 4676 7 - 5190 (and here is where it has more than doubled. So again, the answer is 7 years. ----- For your other question, let's see what I get when I work it out, then will compare it to your answer: So if the starting population is P, the new population after 1 year would be: P(1) = P * 1.065 After 2 years: P(2) = P * 1.065² So we can use this info to derive the equation: P(t) = P * 1.065^t We know the population in 4.5 years is 1500, so we can use that to solve back for P to get the population now. 15000 = P * 1.065^4.5 15000 = P * 1.327618 P = 15000 / 1.327618 P = 11295.4 Since you can't have a fraction of a person, let's round down to: 11,295 people. So you were a little off. Probably rounded that 1.065^4.5 too narrow. The more decimal points you use, the fewer errors due to rounding will occur. So when I have to round in mid-steps (which you should avoid if possible), you should be rounding to 6-7 decimal places.
    3 answers · Mathematics · 1 week ago
  • How do you solve (2/3x)+(1/6)=(4/3x) by using the least common denominator?

    Best answer: Are the x's in the denominator? The way you have them written, you have: (2/3)x + 1/6 = (4/3)x In this case, the LCD is 6, so multiply both sides by 6 to get: 4x + 1 = 8x And this solves easily now: -4x = -1 x = 1/4 ------------- If you meant to have the x's in the denominator, or: 2 / (3x) + 1/6 = 4 / (3x) Then the LCD... show more
    Best answer: Are the x's in the denominator? The way you have them written, you have: (2/3)x + 1/6 = (4/3)x In this case, the LCD is 6, so multiply both sides by 6 to get: 4x + 1 = 8x And this solves easily now: -4x = -1 x = 1/4 ------------- If you meant to have the x's in the denominator, or: 2 / (3x) + 1/6 = 4 / (3x) Then the LCD is now 6x, so multiply both sides by that. Also, note that x cannot be zero. Multiplying both halves by 6x gives us: 4 + x = 8 x = 4 So depending on where you really meant the x's to be, you get different answers.
    5 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago
  • Is nintendo still planning on making a mario kart 9?

    Best answer: They have not announced anything. They may make a MK9 for Switch, or may wait until whatever is next since they re-released MK8 for it.
    Best answer: They have not announced anything. They may make a MK9 for Switch, or may wait until whatever is next since they re-released MK8 for it.
    4 answers · Video & Online Games · 1 month ago
  • Write the standard form of the line that contains a slope of 1/3 and y-intercept of 3.?

    Best answer: If the y-intercept is 3, then the point (3, 0) is on the line (that's your x and y values). We are then given the slope so all we need to do now is solve for the x-intercept (b): So given the equation: y = mx + b Substitute what we know and solve for b: 0 = (1/2)(3) + b 0 = 3/2 + b b = -3/2 So in slope-intercept form, the... show more
    Best answer: If the y-intercept is 3, then the point (3, 0) is on the line (that's your x and y values). We are then given the slope so all we need to do now is solve for the x-intercept (b): So given the equation: y = mx + b Substitute what we know and solve for b: 0 = (1/2)(3) + b 0 = 3/2 + b b = -3/2 So in slope-intercept form, the equation is: y = (1/2)x - 3/2 We need this in standard form, so multiply both sides by 2 (the LCD) and move the term with "x" in it to the left side: 2y = x - 3 -x + 2y = -3 We need x's coefficient to be positive, so multiply both sides of the equation by -1 and we have the answer: x - 2y = 3
    4 answers · Mathematics · 2 weeks ago