- 1Explain It- Explain how knowing that 5 divided by 8 = 0.625 helps you write the decimal for 4 5/8
Explain It- Explain how knowing that 5 divided by 8 = 0.625 helps you write the decimal for 4 5/8.

- 2500 divided by 100explain the decimal movement when dividing by 100
500 divided by 100explain the decimal movement when dividing by 100.

- 3Explain how saying the decimal can help you write the decimal as a fraction
Explain how saying the decimal can help you write the decimal as a fraction. Thanks, Mireya

- 4Please explain how I write this into a decimal and as a fraction in simplest form:94.6%Thanks
Please explain how I write this into a decimal and as a fraction in simplest form:94.6%Thanks!

- 5Write 8/25 in Decimal (use the prime factorization of the denominator and explain if it repeats or terminates)
Write 8/25 in Decimal (use the prime factorization of the denominator and explain if it repeats or terminates).

- 6how do you explain how knowing 1/7 of 49 can help you find 5/7 of 49
how do you explain how knowing 1/7 of 49 can help you find 5/7 of 49

- 7How could knowing that 35/7 equal 5 help you find 42/7 explain
How could knowing that 35/7 equal 5 help you find 42/7 explain

- 8The meaning of a “divided” Congress. And Explain how a divided government affects how a bill...
Explain the meaning of a “divided” Congress and include which party controls which and by how many (what is their majority)? Explain how a divided government affectshow a bill becomes law. Use a specific example (i.e. Health Care Reform, Debt Ceiling, Immigration Reform) to examine the dynamics of this process

- 9can someone explain to me how seretonin helps the brain in sleep
can someone explain to me how seretonin helps the brain in sleep.Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here is a site about the nervous system: 1. http://www.geocities.com/goodins/physiology/Nervous.htm 2. http://neurologicalillness.suite101.com/blog.cfm/migraines_and_seretonin_connection (about migraines) 3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serotonin (is this what you mean?) Main Entry: se·ro·to·nin Pronunciation: "sir-&-'tO-n&n, "ser- Function: noun Etymology: sero- + tonic + [1]-in Date: 1948 : a phenolic amine neurotransmitter C10H12N2O that is a powerful vasoconstrictor and is found especially in the brain, blood serum, and gastric mucosa of mammals P.S. Here is a derivative often suggested to help sleep: Main Entry: mel·a·to·nin Pronunciation: "me-l&-'tO-n&n Function: noun Etymology: Greek melas black + -tonin (as in serotonin) Date: 1958 : a vertebrate hormone derived from serotonin and secreted by the pineal gland especially in response to darkness thanks. this helpsBriefly, serotonin is a neurotransmitter, which sends messages between nerve cells and causes feelings of sleepiness.

- 10What is a way to put alloy and concentration into a sentence that helps to explain solutions
What is a way to put alloy and concentration into a sentence that helps to explain solutions?

- 11explain how to write 20 miles divided by 4 hours as a unit rateIf that's distance traveled per unit of time it would be 20miles per 4 hrs but since it's usually compared per hour
explain how to write 20 miles divided by 4 hours as a unit rateIf that's distance traveled per unit of time it would be 20miles per 4 hrs but since it's usually compared per hour... 20/4= 5 miles so every hour you travel 5 miles and thus... 5miles per hourNote the formula for such a question is.... distance = rate * time d = rt so.... rate = distance / time r = d/t

- 12explain how to write 20 miles divided by 4 hours as a unit rateIf that's distance traveled per unit of time it would be 20miles per 4 hrs but since it's usually compared per hour
explain how to write 20 miles divided by 4 hours as a unit rateIf that's distance traveled per unit of time it would be 20miles per 4 hrs but since it's usually compared per hour... 20/4= 5 miles so every hour you travel 5 miles and thus... 5miles per hourNote the formula for such a question is.... distance = rate * time d = rt so.... rate = distance / time r = d/t