• ### How do i do this geometry problem?

Best answer: X represents midpoint between S and T = 0,7 (7 - 3) / (0 - 3) = 4 / -3 = - 4/3
Best answer: X represents midpoint between S and T = 0,7 (7 - 3) / (0 - 3) = 4 / -3 = - 4/3
1 answer · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• ### "Occupation of Wall Street" campaign faces an uncertain future?

Best answer: The Occupy Wall Street movement cannot continue to exist in the way that it exists now. Members are destroying public property and preventing people in the area from conducting their normal lives. They have no practical agenda that the average American can get behind. They are quickly loosing any moral ground they might have had. And... show more
Best answer: The Occupy Wall Street movement cannot continue to exist in the way that it exists now. Members are destroying public property and preventing people in the area from conducting their normal lives. They have no practical agenda that the average American can get behind. They are quickly loosing any moral ground they might have had. And winter is setting in. http://storiesofusa.com/occupy-the-libra... I recommend the Occupy the Library movement
2 answers · Government · 7 years ago
• ### A 2kg rock is release from rest at a height of 29m?

Best answer: potential energy = mgh g=9.8 m/s2; m=2 kg kinetic energy = 1/2mv2 m=2 kg PEstart = KEend @5m PE = (2)(9.8)(5) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 9.9 m/s @9 PE = (2)(9.8)(10) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 14.0 m/s @15 PE = (2)(9.8)(15) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 17.1 @20 PE = (2)(9.8)(20) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v=19.8 m/s
Best answer: potential energy = mgh g=9.8 m/s2; m=2 kg kinetic energy = 1/2mv2 m=2 kg PEstart = KEend @5m PE = (2)(9.8)(5) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 9.9 m/s @9 PE = (2)(9.8)(10) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 14.0 m/s @15 PE = (2)(9.8)(15) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v = 17.1 @20 PE = (2)(9.8)(20) = (0.5)(2)(v)2 = KE v=19.8 m/s
2 answers · Physics · 7 years ago
• ### Why are the Consitutions important to America and why does it need ammendments?

Best answer: Absolute power corrupts absolutely - John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902) The constitution describes what the powers of the government are. The Bill of Rights describes the rights of the people. The Bill of rights are amendments to the constitution. they were added after the signing of the original... show more
Best answer: Absolute power corrupts absolutely - John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton, first Baron Acton (1834–1902) The constitution describes what the powers of the government are. The Bill of Rights describes the rights of the people. The Bill of rights are amendments to the constitution. they were added after the signing of the original document. Life changes, culture changes, the constitution needs to be able to adapt to these changes. That is the purpose of amendments
1 answer · Government · 8 years ago
• ### Why was/is the american civil war important?

Best answer: the 2 fundamental results of the us civil war: 1) slavery abolished within the US and territories 2) a state cannot succeed from the union
Best answer: the 2 fundamental results of the us civil war: 1) slavery abolished within the US and territories 2) a state cannot succeed from the union
1 answer · History · 8 years ago
• ### Help in project? American Enterpreneurs?

Best answer: I wrote an entire article about the Greatest Entrepreneurs with videos, etc http://storiesofusa.com/greatest-america... Mark Zuckerberg is on the list - listed from oldest to youngest
Best answer: I wrote an entire article about the Greatest Entrepreneurs with videos, etc http://storiesofusa.com/greatest-america... Mark Zuckerberg is on the list - listed from oldest to youngest
2 answers · History · 7 years ago
• ### If 3.6 L of nitrogen are cooled from 75oC to -15oC, what is the new volume?

Best answer: PV = nRT - assume all is constant except volume and temperature V1/T1 = V2/T2 - remember to use kelvin (C + 273) 3.6/348 = V2/258 V2 (in liters) = 2.67
Best answer: PV = nRT - assume all is constant except volume and temperature V1/T1 = V2/T2 - remember to use kelvin (C + 273) 3.6/348 = V2/258 V2 (in liters) = 2.67
1 answer · Earth Sciences & Geology · 7 years ago
• ### Reasons why american should have joined the space race?

Best answer: http://storiesofusa.com/cold-war-timelin... http://storiesofusa.com/the-decision-to-... Competition and containment pressures of the Soviet Union during the Cold War Advancement of technology National pride
Best answer: http://storiesofusa.com/cold-war-timelin... http://storiesofusa.com/the-decision-to-... Competition and containment pressures of the Soviet Union during the Cold War Advancement of technology National pride
4 answers · History · 8 years ago
• ### What was the most important reason the war of independence was fought?

Best answer: self-determination - self-government versus being governed from an island thousands of miles away http://storiesofusa.com/the-american-rev...
Best answer: self-determination - self-government versus being governed from an island thousands of miles away http://storiesofusa.com/the-american-rev...
2 answers · History · 8 years ago

Best answer: 31 g Na2O : 2(22.990 g) + 16g = 61.98 g/mole -> 2 mole 18 g H2O : 2(1g) + 16g = 18g/mole -> 1 mole Na2O + H2O = 2NaOH limiting factor = H2O = 1 mole creates 2 moles NaOH : 2(22.99 g + 16 g + 1 g) = 80 g
Best answer: 31 g Na2O : 2(22.990 g) + 16g = 61.98 g/mole -> 2 mole 18 g H2O : 2(1g) + 16g = 18g/mole -> 1 mole Na2O + H2O = 2NaOH limiting factor = H2O = 1 mole creates 2 moles NaOH : 2(22.99 g + 16 g + 1 g) = 80 g
1 answer · Chemistry · 8 years ago
• ### What are the duties if the supreme court?

Best answer: Article 3 of the US Constitution Article III – Judicial Power Section 1. The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good... show more
Best answer: Article 3 of the US Constitution Article III – Judicial Power Section 1. The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services, a Compensation, which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office. Section 2. The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States, and Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority;–to all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls;–to all Cases of admiralty and maritime Jurisdiction;–to Controversies to which the United States shall be a Party;–to Controversies between two or more States;–between a State and Citizens of another State;–between Citizens of different States;–between Citizens of the same State claiming Lands under Grants of different States, and between a State, or the Citizens thereof, and foreign States, Citizens or Subjects. In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make. The Trial of all Crimes, except in Cases of Impeachment, shall be by Jury; and such Trial shall be held in the State where the said Crimes shall have been committed; but when not committed within any State, the Trial shall be at such Place or Places as the Congress may by Law have directed. Section 3. Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort. No Person shall be convicted of Treason unless on the Testimony of two Witnesses to the same overt Act, or on Confession in open Court. The Congress shall have Power to declare the Punishment of Treason, but no Attainder of Treason shall work Corruption of Blood, or Forfeiture except during the Life of the Person attainted.
2 answers · Government · 8 years ago
• ### What are the similarities between The Gettysburg Address and The Declaration of Independence?

Best answer: The Declaration of Independence talks about the creation of an American Nation governed by Americans and sets the land on a path towards war with England. Lincoln references the Declaration of Independence in order to restore hope and purpose to the nation and reestablish the concept of governance by, of and for the... show more
Best answer: The Declaration of Independence talks about the creation of an American Nation governed by Americans and sets the land on a path towards war with England. Lincoln references the Declaration of Independence in order to restore hope and purpose to the nation and reestablish the concept of governance by, of and for the people. http://storiesofusa.com/signed-declarati... http://storiesofusa.com/abraham-lincolns...
5 answers · Government · 7 years ago
• ### I'm stumped on some history questions?

Best answer: 1) US Constitution - 3/5 person for purpose of districting Missouri compromise - 1820 - slave v free... show more
Best answer: 1) US Constitution - 3/5 person for purpose of districting Missouri compromise - 1820 - slave v free states http://storiesofusa.com/framers-us-const... http://storiesofusa.com/american-expansi... #2) Old Northwest Warfare 1790-94 Ohio and Indiana Following two humiliating defeats at the hands of native warriors, the Americans won a decisive victory under “Mad Anthony” Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers. Battle of Tippecanoe 1811 Wabash and Tippecanoe rivers, Indiana The Prophet, brother of Shawnee chief Tecumseh, attacked Indiana Territory Gov. William Henry Harrison’s force at dawn. After hand-to-hand combat, the natives fled. Creek War 1814 Georgia and Alabama Militiamen under Andrew Jackson broke the power of Creek raiders who had attacked Fort Mims and massacred settlers. They relinquished a vast land tract. First Seminole War 1816-18 Florida The Seminole, defending runaway slaves and their land in Florida, fought Andrew Jackson’s force. Jackson failed to subdue them, but forced Spain to relinquish the territory. Black Hawk War 1832 Northern Illinois and Southwestern Wisconsin The last native conflict in the area, led by Chief Black Hawk. An unsuccessful attempt by the Sauk and Fox tribes to move back to their homeland. Second Seminole War 1835-42 Florida Everglades Under Chief Osceola, the Seminole resumed fighting for their land. They retreated into the Everglades; Osceola was captured. They were nearly eliminated. Navajo Conflicts 1849-63 Arizona and New Mexico Persistent fighting between the Navajo and the U.S. Army led to their expulsion and incarceration on an inhospitable reservation far from their homeland. Indian Removal Act 1830 - Indians forced west of mississippi Manifest destiny - coast to coast was US - indians were to be subdued and relocated http://storiesofusa.com/american-indian-...
2 answers · History · 8 years ago
• ### What type of work have Lewis & clark been doing ?

1 answer · History · 7 years ago
• ### During the Cold War, what advantages would the US gain if majority of countries were capitalists/democracies?

Best answer: The primary opponent was the Soviet Union and communism. If the US did not respond with force, South Korea would not exist, China would be much less open than it is today, most of Europe would potentially still be under communism rule. Maintaining friendly allies in an ever increasing global economy gives the US an economic and political... show more
Best answer: The primary opponent was the Soviet Union and communism. If the US did not respond with force, South Korea would not exist, China would be much less open than it is today, most of Europe would potentially still be under communism rule. Maintaining friendly allies in an ever increasing global economy gives the US an economic and political advantage. http://storiesofusa.com/cold-war-timelin...
1 answer · History · 8 years ago
• ### Industrial Revolution Inventions Help?

Best answer: what is an original source? - the inventor? The best source would be the patent office, but good luck sifting through that info. Wikipedia is a good place to start. Look at the sources listed at the bottom Is the paper about your sources or about the description of the invention? A university website should have the info you... show more
Best answer: what is an original source? - the inventor? The best source would be the patent office, but good luck sifting through that info. Wikipedia is a good place to start. Look at the sources listed at the bottom Is the paper about your sources or about the description of the invention? A university website should have the info you need Also, about.com is a great reliable detailed source
1 answer · History · 8 years ago
• ### What are three main ways in which organisms interact?

Best answer: Mutualism-Both organisms benefit Commensalism-One organism benefits, and the other is not affected in any manner. Parasitism-One organism benefits, and the other is harmed.
Best answer: Mutualism-Both organisms benefit Commensalism-One organism benefits, and the other is not affected in any manner. Parasitism-One organism benefits, and the other is harmed.
3 answers · Earth Sciences & Geology · 8 years ago
• ### What was revolutionary about Women's rights ...?

Best answer: The Women's Civil Rights Movement was more than one single event with more than one goal. If you are talking about women's right to vote, that was resolved with the 19th Amendment. Women, until the 20th Century, took a back-seat role in most cultures. With the right to vote, they were able to have a real voice in the... show more
Best answer: The Women's Civil Rights Movement was more than one single event with more than one goal. If you are talking about women's right to vote, that was resolved with the 19th Amendment. Women, until the 20th Century, took a back-seat role in most cultures. With the right to vote, they were able to have a real voice in the electoral process. http://storiesofusa.com/american-civil-r...
2 answers · History · 7 years ago
• ### Help with Algebra please?

Best answer: 1) V1 = V2 pi r^2 h = pi r^2 h pi 60^2 h = pi 150^2 32 3600h = 720,000 h = 200 2) V1 = V2 pi r^2 h = l w h pi 45^2 h = 131 131 81 h = 218.5
Best answer: 1) V1 = V2 pi r^2 h = pi r^2 h pi 60^2 h = pi 150^2 32 3600h = 720,000 h = 200 2) V1 = V2 pi r^2 h = l w h pi 45^2 h = 131 131 81 h = 218.5
3 answers · Mathematics · 8 years ago
• ### Should James Monroe should have issued the Monroe Doctrine? Why?

Best answer: The Monroe Doctrine is a United States policy that was introduced on December 2, 1823, which stated that further efforts by European countries to colonize land or interfere with states in the Americas would be viewed by the United States of America as acts of aggression requiring US intervention. The Monroe Doctrine asserted that the... show more
Best answer: The Monroe Doctrine is a United States policy that was introduced on December 2, 1823, which stated that further efforts by European countries to colonize land or interfere with states in the Americas would be viewed by the United States of America as acts of aggression requiring US intervention. The Monroe Doctrine asserted that the Western Hemisphere was not to be further colonized by European countries, and that the United States would not interfere with existing European colonies nor in the internal concerns of European countries. The Doctrine was issued at the time when many Latin American countries were on the verge of becoming independent from Spain, and the United States, reflecting concerns echoed by Great Britain, hoped to avoid having any European power take Spain’s colonies. Monroe was faced with many political and military imbalances around the world. The Doctrine was designed to strengthen the US military and political position in the world. If he had not done so, we may have faced other military attacks on US soil.
1 answer · Government · 8 years ago