- 3 AnswersGovernment2 months ago
A whale has mass
1.4 × 10 exponent 4 kilograms. Express the mass in scientific notation using an appropriate unit from the given list. What is the most appropriate unit for expressing the mass? What is the mass of the whale? Use pencil and paper. Which unit in the given list is the greatest? Which is the smallest? The greatest is how many times the smallest?
1 metric ton = 1 ×10 exponent 3 kilograms
1 kilogram ≈ 2.2 pounds
1 kilogram = 1 ×10 exponent 4 decigrams
Select the correct choice below. If necessary, fill in the answer box to complete your choice.
(Use scientific notation. Use the multiplication symbol in the math palette as needed.)
The most appropriate unit is the decigram. The mass of the whale is
how many decigrams.
The most appropriate unit is the metric ton. The mass of the whale is
how many metric tons.
The most appropriate unit is the pound. The mass of the whale is
how many pounds.
The most appropriate unit is the kilogram. The mass of the whale in kilograms is given.1 AnswerHomework Help8 months ago
A certain star is
2.7 times 10 squared
2.7×102 light years from the Earth. One light year is about
5.9 times 10 Superscript 12
5.9×1012 miles. How far from the earth (in miles) is the star?
The star is how miles from Earth.?4 AnswersAstronomy & Space8 months ago
- 5 AnswersHistory9 months ago
The Black Land
By Joseph Warren Beach
I will plough the land,
Turning up the black soil.
I will ride upon this heaving surface
As a boat rides upon the water.
Even as a boat
Cleaving the water with an eager keel,
I have run a furrow
Straight across the ridges.
I will sow down this field,
With both hands will I scatter
Quivering emeralds out of a bottomless pouch.
As I tread the loam
My feet sink deep.
The black earth embraces my ankles
And clings to my bent knees.
I sing as I go
The wind sings upon my lips,
And pearls stream off my neck and forehead.
I am bathed in a sweat of pearls.
Eyes straight forward
Rest on a brightening ultimate slope.
Identify one example of hyperbole: explain what is being exaggerated.
What is the subject of this poem? What is this poem about? Explain your response.
What is the tone of this poem? How does the speaker treat the subject of the poem? Refer to text.
What is the mood of this poem? How does this poem make you feel? Refer to text in your response.2 AnswersPoetry2 years ago
One of your supervisees comes to you with an issue. He has been arguing with another supervisee regarding the full extent of client rights. After listening to the supervisee, you conclude that neither supervisee has a complete understanding of client rights. You decide to hold a brown bag lunch with your full group of supervisees so that you can give them a refresher on client rights.
You decide that the best way to give them information that they can understand and retain is to create an FAQ handout so that they can have a document to take away and post in their work area to have handy. It also can serve as a document that can be shared with clients in a one-on-one setting.
Create a document titled “Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Client Rights. The document should provide the following at a minimum:
A list of client rights, and which 3 you think are most important and why?
An explanation of the process should a client need to file a complaint for an alleged violation of his or her rights.
A description of sources where a client can find detailed information regarding his or her rights (Web sites, organizations, etc. that can inform a client of his rights)4 AnswersLaw & Ethics2 years ago
Here is the problem: a) x
x^2 – 1
(x^2 – 1)/(x – 1) = x + 1
x + 1 – x = 1
(b) Number game:
(1) choose a number from 1 to 7, which represents the number of times you would like to eat dinner out each week (one per day)
(2) Multiply this number by two
(3) Then add 5
(4) Multiply this result by 50
(5) Now, if you have had your birthday this year already, add 1757 to the result in step 4. If not, add 1756.
(6) Then subtract your birth year.
(7). Add 3 to it.
The resulting number is a three-digit number. The first (leftmost) digit gives the number of times you would like to each out each week. The other two give your current age.
This is what I got can you tell me where I went wrong?
i tried my bday and it was a year off so i picked a random date and year and still got it wrong so am i doing it wrong...
1. my number is 2
2. 2 * 2 = 4
3. 4+ 5 = 9
4. 50 * 9 = 450
5. so a random date 12/4/1986 so i haven't had a bday yet so i chose 1756 + 450 = 2206
6. 2206 - 1986 = 220
7. 220 + 3 = 223 so the first one is right with the original number, but if the bday wasn't this year already it would make me 24 right?