Sarah, there is just gibberish showing up in your a, b, c, etc. You'll have to type in what's there for a tutor to be able to answer your question.

Sarah, there is just gibberish showing up in your a, b, c, etc. You'll have to type in what's there for a tutor to be able to answer your question.

The trick to a questions like this, or ANY question that stumps you is to just do whatever you can think of and see where it takes you. Here's how I figured this out: I started by finding the difference between each pair of numbers, with the idea that I'd have to come up with a way to produce that...

Usually the best way to approach this kind of question is to make the variable, x, stand for what you're trying to find. In this problem, we want to know how old EACH person is, so we can choose which person's age is represented by x. Let's make x be the age of the brother. That means that Donna...

This is an interesting question because we don't have enough information to answer it accurately, which explains part (C), so let's start there. Let's assume that in Canada, and in Quebec, there are an equal number of males and females. We don't really know if this is true, but it is close to accurate...

I believe you're asking for proof that Polyphemus' curse worked. But perhaps the reason you can't find an answer is that you're looking in the wrong place. That is: Polyphemus did not curse Odysseus at all--Polyphemus asks his father, Poseidon (god of the sea) to put a curse on Odysseus...