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Paycheck after deductions 2014-02-23
From Louise:
So I got a paycheck for 89.02 they took out in deductions 15.69. I want to know the percentage they are taking out so that I can figure my take home pay each week before I get it. So I know what to expect for pay each week so I can budget my bills from now on a weekly basis. If I know the percentage than I can just figure out the percentage through how many hours in the week I worked and multiply my gross pay and know what my take home will be
Answered by Penny Nom.
The angles in an m-gon and genrealizations 2010-10-16
From Michael:
Hello: In answer to a student's question, someone named Penny from your organization provided a proof that the sum of the interior angles of a triangle in the plane is pi radians (or 180 degrees).

I am interested (and I'm sure many other people would be too) in 3 potential generalizations of this basic fact in plane geometry:

Answered by Walter Whiteley.
A networking event 2010-01-07
From Tricia:
I have 70 people to go around to 10 tables with 7 at each table. only 6 from each table will rotate each time. There is 1 table monitor that always stays at same table. How do I make the rotation so everyone moves and gets to see all 70 people at the networking event?
Answered by Robert Dawson.
Draw a net for a rectangular prism? 2009-05-29
From Mohamad:
Draw a net for a rectangular prism?

Last week when we were studying for our finals we came across a section about drawing nets I would really appreciate it if you gave me some help on it

Answered by Robert Dawson.
Nets of Square-Based Pyramids 2008-10-10
From Miss:
How many different nets does a square-based pyramid have?
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
The selling price 2008-09-04
From Robert:
Client wants to sell his property providing he is left with 100000.00$ net. How do I calculate selling price if commission is 6% and taxes on the commission 6% Fed and 7.5%prov. I'm taking the real estate class and this one really got me.
Answered by Penny Nom.
Braking Distance Relationship 2008-07-23
From Mr.Adjetey:
you are travelling at 30km/h.According to the rule of thumb,the braking distance is 9 metres when braking normally.How long is the braking distance under the same conditions when travelling at 60km/h?
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
Net weight 2008-05-23
From Leticia:
Hello, My name is Leticia, I am having trouble with Net weight and I need your help. When I am in class my friends answer questions that they say are easy,but I have no clue what's happening, we are going to have a test soon so please send me fast.
Answered by Janice Cotcher.
A net for a hemisphere 2008-05-06
From Julie:
how would you draw the net of a hemisphere?
Answered by Walter Whiteley.
The radius of a planet 2008-01-06
From Ben:
Two people who are both h feet tall are standing on a spherical planet. One person walks a distance d in feet away from the the other person. At this point, the person walking turns around and can no longer see the top of the other persons head. What is the radius of the planet?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque and Harley Weston.
Discount percentage 2007-07-11
From Greg:
List Price: $50.00 Discount: 33 1/3% What would the net price be?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
A cabinet with an arched front 2007-04-09
From Joe:
I am building an arched front cabinet that is 71 inches wide, 12 inches deep at both ends and 16 inches deep at the center. To accurately build this cabinet I need to known the radius of the circle that would form that arch. Thanks, Joe
Answered by Penny Nom.
The net for a pentagonal pyramid 2007-03-05
From MaKayla:
How many bases does the net for a pentagonal pyramid have?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Computing gravity 2006-09-27
From Patricia:
What is the gravity of planet z in inch/hr squared if the weight of an element with mass of 45000 oz on planet z is 2N?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Grossing up payroll wages 2006-08-27
From Katie:
I really need to understand (spelled out step by step) how to gross up payroll wages.
Answered by Penny Nom.
What is the radius of this planet 2005-08-05
From Kelly:
Assuming that a North-South line has been established, you set up two camps that are 67 miles apart. You now set up poles at each camp perpendicular to the ground. On a certain day at "noon" the pole at the South camp casts no shadow, while at the North camp a shadow is cast. The shadow makes an angle of 89 degrees with the horizontal. What is the radius, diameter, and circumference of this planet?
Answered by Chris Fisher.
A dress-maker's pattern 2004-02-27
From A dress-maker:
Does a dress-maker's pattern for a dress, such as a skirt made up of several pieces of isosceles trapezoid, qualify as a net? How about patterns for other types of clothing or accessories e.g. jackets, handbags?
Answered by Diane Hanson.
oneths 2002-04-30
From Logan:
why are there tens-tenths hundreds-hudreths, but not oneths

if that made no sense then how about this why does everything have two ways of saying things like tens and tenths but not a oneths


Answered by Claude Tardif.
Nets for pyramids 2002-02-14
From Michelle:
I want to have my students create nets for pyramids and I need to know how to find the correct range of degrees for the interior congruent angles of the isosceles triangular faces. For example, I know for a square-based pyramid that 77 degrees will work; however, I know other angle measures will also work. I'm just not sure how to find the minimum degree measure to have the net actually "work". I'm assuming the maximum would be 89 degrees, although that would make for a very tall pyramid.
Answered by Penny Nom.
The radius of a planet 2001-07-30
From Jessica:
A satellite is orbiting the earth at an altitude of 100 miles. If the angle of depression from the satellite to the horizon is 50 degrees, what is the radius (to the nearest mile) of the planet?
Answered by Harley Weston.
Networks of satellites and linear spaces 2000-12-08
From David:
Let us suppose some companies have collaborated to place several satellites in orbit. Let us call the set of all satellites that a given company helped place in orbit a network. Finally let us assume the following 4 rules.
  1. There are at least two distinct satellites.


  2. For each pair of satellites there is exactly one network containing them.


  3. Each network contains at least two distinct satellites.


  4. For each network, there is a satellite not in it.

What is the least number of satellites.

what is the least number of networks?


Answered by Penny Nom.
Net, gross and vat 2000-11-20
From Chris:
I have my gross but want to find out the net so I know how much the VAT is?
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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