• Summary Essay for The Quest for Peace and Justice by Martin Luther King Junior?

    I need something to base my essay off of. I'm having a bit of trouble with this. I would greatly appreciate that. I've been taking notes, but I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out how to order everything, and I might miss a few things. Would any of you please post a link or copy a summary essay in an answer for me? I'll take... show more
    I need something to base my essay off of. I'm having a bit of trouble with this. I would greatly appreciate that. I've been taking notes, but I'm having a bit of trouble figuring out how to order everything, and I might miss a few things. Would any of you please post a link or copy a summary essay in an answer for me? I'll take anything you'll give me. I'll have to seriously modify whatever you give me, because it has to be two pages long and it has to meet certain requirements that I'm certain whatever essay you'll present to me won't reach. If it's too short I'll add to it and move everything around. Whatever you send me, I'll change it to the point that you wouldn't be able to recognize it. I'll award a best answer. Thank you for helping me. I really need this. :)
    1 answer · Homework Help · 6 months ago
  • Did I use semicolons correctly here?

    It would be more likely for Germany to give reparations to the formerly colonized African countries than to Poland; even though, the African countries which were colonized are more developed; and many of them now have western-style education and government; have been introduced to western technology; and their IQs are even a bit higher! They're... show more
    It would be more likely for Germany to give reparations to the formerly colonized African countries than to Poland; even though, the African countries which were colonized are more developed; and many of them now have western-style education and government; have been introduced to western technology; and their IQs are even a bit higher! They're all independent clauses. I am excluding the word they before "have been introduced." Would this be more correct? It would be more likely for Germany to give reparations to the formerly colonized African countries than to Poland; even though, the African countries which were colonized are more developed; and many of them now have western-style education and government, have been introduced to western technology, and their IQs are even a bit higher! Please remember that this isn't a political question. I will award a best answer.
    4 answers · Homework Help · 6 months ago
  • It's historic revisionism; a thing people have always been getting mad about?

    Is this where one would use a semicolon?
    Is this where one would use a semicolon?
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 7 months ago
  • -4<2x-3<4 How would I solve this inequality?

    If it were just 2x-3<4, I would add three to both sides, and then divide by two. But I don’t know what to do on this one. I know how to change it to interval notation and how to graph it, as well as set notation.
    If it were just 2x-3<4, I would add three to both sides, and then divide by two. But I don’t know what to do on this one. I know how to change it to interval notation and how to graph it, as well as set notation.
    14 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • The square root of -5 equals -5i, what does the cube root of -5 equal?

    I can't figure this out.
    I can't figure this out.
    7 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • Why does 3(x^2+1)^2 equal 3(x^4+2x^2+1)?

    When I solved for this, I got 3(x^2+1)^2 equals 3(x^4+1), and then 3x^4+3, but the correct answer is 3(x^2+1)^2 equals 3(x^4+2x^2+1), and then 3x^4+6x^2+3. Where does 2x^2 come from? I multiplied the exponent by the exponents in the parenthesis and got x^4 and 1^2. This really puzzles me, and this has resulted in me getting a few answers wrong.
    When I solved for this, I got 3(x^2+1)^2 equals 3(x^4+1), and then 3x^4+3, but the correct answer is 3(x^2+1)^2 equals 3(x^4+2x^2+1), and then 3x^4+6x^2+3. Where does 2x^2 come from? I multiplied the exponent by the exponents in the parenthesis and got x^4 and 1^2. This really puzzles me, and this has resulted in me getting a few answers wrong.
    8 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • Please help me with this polynomial?

    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Problems/Alg/Polynomials.aspx On problem #10, I got... (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3(x^2+1)^2) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3(x^4+1)) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3x^4+3)) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)+(-3x^4-3) Answer -3x^4+6x^3-9x^2-13x-7 But the website states that the answer is -3x^4+6x^3-15x^2-13x-7 Could this possibly be the person who made this... show more
    http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Problems/... On problem #10, I got... (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3(x^2+1)^2) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3(x^4+1)) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)-(3x^4+3)) (6x^3-9x^2-13x-4)+(-3x^4-3) Answer -3x^4+6x^3-9x^2-13x-7 But the website states that the answer is -3x^4+6x^3-15x^2-13x-7 Could this possibly be the person who made this question's mistake, or did I miss something?
    2 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • From six men and five women, how many committees of eight each can you form when each committee contains at least three women?

    I'm still confused on this, why do you multiply three combinations, but add two of them? This is the explanation that Penn Foster has given me, but it's still confusing. Also, could some of you please send me a link to a video that I could watch? Thank you for your answers! Solution: (a) 5 men and 3 women (b) 4 men and 4 women (c) 3 men... show more
    I'm still confused on this, why do you multiply three combinations, but add two of them? This is the explanation that Penn Foster has given me, but it's still confusing. Also, could some of you please send me a link to a video that I could watch? Thank you for your answers! Solution: (a) 5 men and 3 women (b) 4 men and 4 women (c) 3 men and 5 women To satisfy the conditions of the problem, the committee must contain these combinations. 6C5 ⋅ 5C3 + 6C4 ⋅ 5C4 + 6C3 ⋅ 5C5 Set up and solve the equation. =155 Answer: There are 155 different committees of 8 that you can form. Many times a problem involves a selection (combination) and an arrangement (permutation), with a limitation upon either. In such a problem it’s best to consider the two steps separately. A safe procedure is to deal first with the questions of selection and then with that of arrangement. The following problem involves both selection and arrangement.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • Why is a 3D sphere called a 2-sphere?

    A circle is a one-dimensional object, and a sphere comes from a circle. So, is a sphere a two-dimensional object? If you were to fill in a circle, would it become a two-dimensional object? A three-dimensional cube is called a 3-cube, and a three dimensional tetrahedron is called a 3-simplex, but a three dimensional sphere is called a 2-sphere. Who... show more
    A circle is a one-dimensional object, and a sphere comes from a circle. So, is a sphere a two-dimensional object? If you were to fill in a circle, would it become a two-dimensional object? A three-dimensional cube is called a 3-cube, and a three dimensional tetrahedron is called a 3-simplex, but a three dimensional sphere is called a 2-sphere. Who made these decisions? Who came up with n-manifold? Thank you for your answers.
    6 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • Describe the variation 3xy = 5.?

    A. y varies inversely as x. B. y varies inversely as the square of x. C. y varies directly as x. D. y varies directly as the square of x. I'm really confused on this question. I know that y varies directly as x in y=kx, y varies inversely as x in y=k/x, y varies inversely as the square of x in 7=k/x^2, and y varies directly as the square of x... show more
    A. y varies inversely as x. B. y varies inversely as the square of x. C. y varies directly as x. D. y varies directly as the square of x. I'm really confused on this question. I know that y varies directly as x in y=kx, y varies inversely as x in y=k/x, y varies inversely as the square of x in 7=k/x^2, and y varies directly as the square of x in y=kx^2. Please tell me if I'm wrong.
    6 answers · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • (hog)(x)=h(g(x))?

    =(g(x))^2−2(g(x)) =(x+4)^2−2(x+4) =x^2+8x+16-2x-8 =x^2+6x+8 The way above is the way it's supposed to be done. When I did this myself, I got the following. =(g(x))^2−2(g(x)) =(x+4)^2−2(x+4) =x^2+16-2x-8 =x^2-2x+8 How do you get 8x? I got (x+4)^2 = x^2+16 and −2(x+4) = -2x-8. So, (x+4)^2−2(x+4) = x^2+16-2x-8. Thank you for your help!
    =(g(x))^2−2(g(x)) =(x+4)^2−2(x+4) =x^2+8x+16-2x-8 =x^2+6x+8 The way above is the way it's supposed to be done. When I did this myself, I got the following. =(g(x))^2−2(g(x)) =(x+4)^2−2(x+4) =x^2+16-2x-8 =x^2-2x+8 How do you get 8x? I got (x+4)^2 = x^2+16 and −2(x+4) = -2x-8. So, (x+4)^2−2(x+4) = x^2+16-2x-8. Thank you for your help!
    1 answer · Mathematics · 9 months ago
  • John gets paid $5 on day one, $10 on day two, $15 on day three,...?

    Every day, John is getting paid $5 more per day. On day 20, he will make $100. How much money will John have on day 20--assuming he hasn't spent any of it?--
    Every day, John is getting paid $5 more per day. On day 20, he will make $100. How much money will John have on day 20--assuming he hasn't spent any of it?--
    5 answers · Mathematics · 10 months ago
  • How to calculate gravity?

    Let's say an object has been falling for 10 seconds. At that point, that object would be traveling at 98.1 meters per second. How would I calculate the total distance that that object would have fallen after 10 seconds? Also, could I put this on a graphing calculator, such as a TI-84 or TI-Nspire CX?
    Let's say an object has been falling for 10 seconds. At that point, that object would be traveling at 98.1 meters per second. How would I calculate the total distance that that object would have fallen after 10 seconds? Also, could I put this on a graphing calculator, such as a TI-84 or TI-Nspire CX?
    4 answers · Mathematics · 10 months ago
  • How to find the distance that an object dropped?

    How would you ind the distance that a tennis ball dropped if you know the mass, density, and time it took for the object to fall. Also, if the object had a different density, would it take longer to fall? How would you be able to find out the weight, density, distance, and the time it would take to fall, if you didn't know one of those... show more
    How would you ind the distance that a tennis ball dropped if you know the mass, density, and time it took for the object to fall. Also, if the object had a different density, would it take longer to fall? How would you be able to find out the weight, density, distance, and the time it would take to fall, if you didn't know one of those facts? Thank you so much, and I will award a best answer!
    2 answers · Physics · 1 year ago
  • People can see 13.8 billion light years in any direction in the sky.?

    But haw far away are those objects in real time? Is it something like 55 billion light years away?
    But haw far away are those objects in real time? Is it something like 55 billion light years away?
    6 answers · Astronomy & Space · 1 year ago
  • Hitler's nickname for Eva?

    I read that Eva would refer to Hitler as her "Wulf," or just Wulf. Did Eva actually call Hitler this? And did Hitler have a name for Eva?
    I read that Eva would refer to Hitler as her "Wulf," or just Wulf. Did Eva actually call Hitler this? And did Hitler have a name for Eva?
    2 answers · History · 1 year ago
  • John Simone is buying a used car for a total cost of $11,805.00. He’s making a down payment of $1,500.00 and borrowing the remainder.?

    If he makes monthly payments of $343.00 for three years, what APR has he paid? Please explain this, thank you. I will award a best answer.
    If he makes monthly payments of $343.00 for three years, what APR has he paid? Please explain this, thank you. I will award a best answer.
    2 answers · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Susan is driving from Pittsburgh to meet Mark, who is currently in Philadelphia. Susan is driving at 70 mph and Mark is driving at 65 mph.?

    The distance between them is 305 miles. How long will it be until they meet each other? Please explain to me how to solve this! I answered mine by adding 70 and 65 to get 135, and then dividing 305 by 135 to get 2.26. I then multiplied 60 by .26 and got 15.6. My final answer was 2 hours and 16 minutes, but apparently, I got this incorrect on my... show more
    The distance between them is 305 miles. How long will it be until they meet each other? Please explain to me how to solve this! I answered mine by adding 70 and 65 to get 135, and then dividing 305 by 135 to get 2.26. I then multiplied 60 by .26 and got 15.6. My final answer was 2 hours and 16 minutes, but apparently, I got this incorrect on my exam. By the way, I am fully aware that these people are driving way too fast.
    1 answer · Mathematics · 1 year ago
  • Political parties us?

    Before the constitution, there were the federalist party, and the anti-federalist party. After the constitution, there were the federalist party, and the democratic-republican party. Which party became the democratic party after AJ? Also, how was the Federalist Party pro-British, and the Democratic, Republican Party pro-French? Thank you so... show more
    Before the constitution, there were the federalist party, and the anti-federalist party. After the constitution, there were the federalist party, and the democratic-republican party. Which party became the democratic party after AJ? Also, how was the Federalist Party pro-British, and the Democratic, Republican Party pro-French? Thank you so much for your answers! I will elect a best answer!
    1 answer · Politics · 1 year ago
  • Would this be correct usage of the imperative case in English?

    I wish I would've done that when I were ten or eleven. Or would I say, "I wish I would've done that when I was ten or eleven."? Also this one, I wish he knew that when he were a bus driver.
    I wish I would've done that when I were ten or eleven. Or would I say, "I wish I would've done that when I was ten or eleven."? Also this one, I wish he knew that when he were a bus driver.
    3 answers · Words & Wordplay · 1 year ago