# Posts by ANON

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**physics**

A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Sometimes all this weight acts on the heels of her shoes. What is the pressure under her heels?

**physics**

A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Sometimes all this weight acts on the soles of her shoes. What is the pressure under her soles? area under sole 40cm squared are under heel 2cm squared

**physics**

A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Sometimes all this weight acts on the soles of her shoes. What is the pressure under her soles?

**physics**

A woman wearing high-heeled shoes stands on a wooden floor. Her total weight is 480N and acts equally on each foot. Sometimes all this weight acts on the soles of her shoes. What is the pressure under her soles?

**Math :-)**

It was C nevermind lol thank you anyways

**Math :-)**

The answer is A. Right?

**Math :-)**

Analyze the conditional statement below and complete the instructions that follow. You will receive the trophy if you win the championship match. Identify the hypothesis and the conclusion of the conditional statement. A. hypothesis: you will receive the trophy; conclusion: ...

**Math**

Which of the following statements is not always true? A. In a rhombus, the diagonals bisect opposite angles. B. In a rhombus, the diagonals are perpendicular. C. In a rhombus, the diagonals are congruent. D. In a rhombus, all four sides are congruent. I think the answer is A. :-)

**Math**

Which parallelograms have perpendicular diagonals? A. rectangle, rhombus B. square, rhombus C. square, rectangle D. none I know the answer isn't C.

**math**

got a 100% thank you!

**Physics 2**

Stop trying to cheat S104 OU TMA04

**science**

You guys are stupid. Ms.Sue thank you!

**Math help :(**

for some of us # 2 would be D. But that is only if #2 was y + 1.2y + 1.2z, in this case the answer would be D. hope that helps.

**magnetism**

f. Unsure why.

**magnets**

A particle of charge +q and mass m is initially launched at speed v in a region with a constant, uniform magnetic field of magnitude B. If the particle launched in a direction perpendicular to the magnetic field, by the time the particle has traveled a distance d, the work ...

**AP CALC**

find an equation of the tangent line to the graph of x^4-2y^2=1 at the point (2,4)

**AP CALC**

Suppose that g(x)=h(x)/f(x) and f(3)=5, h(3)=6, g'(3)=4 and f'(3)=1. find h'(3).

**Math**

Alan, Gil, and Deb's point score in a video game was in a ratio of 2:3:4. Deb scored 114,400 points. A) how many points did Gil score? B) how many points did all of them score? i don't know how to do this would you please help me, thank you

**electricity and magnets**

A thick metal slab carries a current I. A uniform magnetic field B points perpendicular to the slab (and into the page). If point P on the slab is at a higher potential than point , what can we say about the charge carriers that produce the current in the slab?

**Physics**

Two thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a currentTwo thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on the ground a distance d=3cm apart. They carry a currentTwo thin, infinitely long, parallel wires are lying on ...

**please help me!! with this science!!!!!**

Tris has #4 wrong it is SALT LEVELS

**please help me!! with this science!!!!!**

Smeh, don't blame her. Do your work next time.

**physicS IMP PLS**

@Greco I tried it and it workrd for a and c and for Fy but Fx was wrong!why did you use alpha? please help with this question!

**physics I'M STUCK PZL HELP**

is the "u" the ejected fuel in m/s instead of km/s?

**physics I'M STUCK PZL HELP**

in the equation above what is the "ln"?

**PHYSICS IMP PLS**

@Hil if you had calculated correctly it seem to be right

**PHYSICS IMP PLS**

it's simple 10%/2 because 145=290/2 and it said "assume the burn rate is constant" so V=Vex*ln(1/(1-%/2)) for your case V=2000*ln(1/(1-0.05)) a=V/145

**Science- Ms. Sue**

@Ms.Sue

**Writing Skills**

Thank you so much ^_^

**Writing Skills**

i think 1 is 2 2 is 2 3 is 2 are they correct?

**Writing Skills**

1) Frequently their renovation need to be completely redone. 1 need 2 needed 3 were needing 4 will have been needing 5 needs 2)If we were teenagers at the time these licenses signified our passage to adulthood. 1 time these licenses 2 time, these licenses 3 time; these ...

**Science**

How far does a wave travel in three cycles?

**Science**

The distance from the crest of a wave to the next crest is 10 centimeters. The distance from a crest of this wave to a trough is 4 centimeters. a. What is the amplitude of this wave? b. What is the wavelength of this wave?

**World History**

How do the beliefs of being a Christian and being a Crusader contradict each other? How are the ideas of the Crusades used today for both Christians and Muslims?

**Solar**

Someone please help me. I keep getting the same wrong answer (38.4). Please help ASAP. Thanks.

**Solar**

All, anything on this yet? please help!!! Thanks in advance again./Anon1...didn't know there was an Anon already

**Solar**

Greeting All, please assist with the below. Thanks. The spectral power density of a solar simulator is given by: P(λ)=7.5∗1015λ−2.25∗109 [Wm^-2m^-1] for 300nm<λ<500nm P(λ)=2.25∗109−1.5∗1015λ [Wm^-2m^-1] for ...

**History**

Who were the Seljuk Turks? What did they do?

**ET3034TUx Solar Energy**

Consider a crystalline PV module with the following output parameters mentioned at STC (Standard Testing Condition) conditions by the manufacturer. Pmax = 250W Voc = 50V Isc = 6A NOCT = 40°C Temperature coefficient of power = -1W/°C a) If the ambient temperature falls ...

**Chemistry**

Please help! Is 4-methylphenol acid, basic or neutral?

**Language Arts**

Have you ever wanted to know what people said and thought about you when you weren't around? If you could disguise yourself in some way and be around the people you know, how would you carry it out? Describe your ideal disguise and a scenario that you imagine would take ...

**Language Arts**

Thank you! That's just what I needed tips! :-)

**Language Arts**

describe a soggy, wet day. use sensory details.

**Physics**

can you help me with the problem of TURNTABLE SOLUTIONS???

**Physics**

thanks Elena you're the best ;)

**Physics**

TORQUE, ROTATION AND TRANSLATION A Yo-Yo of mass m has an axle of radius b and a spool of radius R . Its moment of inertia about the center can be taken to be I=(1/2)mR2 and the thickness of the string can be neglected. The Yo-Yo is released from rest. You will need to assume ...

**Physics**

it didn't work :(

**Physics**

TURNTABLE SOLUTIONS A gyroscope consists of a uniform disc of mass radius M= 1 kg and radius R= 0.3 m . The disc spins with an angular speed ω= 400 rad⋅s-1 as shown in the figure below. The gyroscope precesses, with its axle at an angle 30∘ below the ...

**water treatment**

A wastewater treatment plant based on activated sludge with biological phosphate and nitrogen removal via pre-denitrification. The influent flow (dwf) is 30,000 m3/day and the influent BOD concentration is 300 mg BOD/l. The suspended solid concentration in the influent is 150 ...

**water treatment**

A wastewater treatment plant based on activated sludge with biological phosphate and nitrogen removal via pre-denitrification. The influent flow (dwf) is 30,000 m3/day and the influent BOD concentration is 300 mg BOD/l. The suspended solid concentration in the influent is 150 ...

**water treatment**

Which is correct for this trickling filter? a)Due to the low BOD loading rate the biomass growth will be too little. Methanol needs to be dosed to keep the biomass alive. b)Due to the high BOD loading rate the filter might clog. This can be prevented by effluent recycling in ...

**Calc**

At noon, ship A is 100km west of ship B. Ship A is sailing south at 30km/h and ship B is sailing north at 15km/h. How fast is the distance between the ships changing at 4:00pm?

**Chemistry**

PLEASE HELP! I was just wondering why it is important to add an NaOH pellet to a nucleophile containing solution with ethanol before adding an electrophile.

**waste water treatment**

3G man?

**waste water treatment**

screen -->coarse material grit chamber -->xxx primary sedimentation -->xxx anaerobic tank-->xxxx anoxic tank--->xxxx aerobic tank-->nitrification final clarifier-->xxxx sludge dewatering -->remove water from the sludge help me with Q3C Q3D Q3E

**Science please**

Kinetic energy and Potential energy are often considered to be forms of mechanical energy. List three other forms of energy and state a source for each.

**Chemistry**

(a) Which of the following are requirements for anionic polymerization? --A double bond --End groups which can react by releasing a small molecule --A strong base to initiate the reaction --A strong acid to initiate the reaction --An electron-withdrawing group near the double ...

**Chemistry**

finally i got it F Cl COOCH3

**Chemistry**

COOCH3 and CH2CH3 is wrong

**Chemistry**

COOCH3 is wrong

**Math**

i don't understand that problem the one that is up there i need the answer like now though

**Chemistry**

Did you find the last quetion of homework 11?

**Chemistry**

thanks

**Chemistry**

@Drew can you give me the formula?

**Chemistry**

1- 7.36e-2 189 2-metal Solid hydrogen has a half filled s-band insulator Solid helium has a filled s-band 3-1.13 semiconductor 4-Ionization of phosphorus requires some minimum temperature n_type The concentration of conduction electrons is fixed by the concetration of ...

**Chemistry**

if someone help with those questions I'll post all the rest of answers

**Chemistry**

3//1.13 ev semiconductor 4//4th option n-type 4th option intrinsic

**Chemistry**

a)The Young's modulus for a material is 5.0*10^10 N/m2. The material is stretched to a strain of 4.0*10^-3. How much elastic energy will be expended? (Express your answer in J/m3) Knowing that the energy associated with the formation of 1 mole of vacancies in copper (Cu) ...

**Solar Energy**

it is wrong! I'm sure!

**Biology**

Please help! i was wondering why a genome size determined in a lab would be smaller than that of the actual. thanks

**Biochemistry**

Please help! i was wondering why a genome size determined in a lab would be smaller than that of the actual. thanks

**science**

it is d

**Physics please HELP**

1- 19.2E-19 2-??? 3-1 4-4.8E-5 5-3.84e-23 6-h-(2*ke*lambda*q)/(l*ks) 7-(E*q)/(m*g) 8-D 9-7e-6 10-3.6e7 11-??? 12-3rd option 13-54e9 14-408.5E-12 15-4.902E-9 16-2.451E-9 17-6000 18-96E-17 19-1053787047200878.1558726673984632 20-increase 21-stay the same 22-increase 23-increase ...

**Science**

1. The sporophyte generation produces spores that grow into a(n) (1 point) gametophyte. gymnosperm. angiosperm. pupa. 2. Placental mammals develop (1 point) in an egg laid in water. in a pouch on the mother’s body. inside the mother’s body. inside an amniotic egg. 3...

**Chemistry**

How would I extract benzophenone from acetylsalicylic acid? thanks

**Chemistry**

If I have 1.00 mM NaCl and 4.32 mM NaCl, how do I calculate the ionic strengths of each? Thanks

**PHYSICS(HELP)**

For v_1, you have sqrt(v_0^2 - 2*G*(L(1 - cos(alpha)))), right? For tension, you use T = Fgravitational + Fcentrifugal, where Fg = m*g*cos(alpha) and Fc = m*(v_1)^2/L. Then for max height you'll have something like this: (v_1 * sin(alpha))^2/(2*G), and for alpha you use ...

**PHYSICS(HELP)**

Well, think a little... If you're at an infinity distance, your gravitational potential must be zero, as you see: -mMG/distance, if distance is infinity, it doesn't metter -mMG as somehow it is some constant. So, you have some velocity at "infinity" so you ...

**english**

As a kpop fan, People become so fascinated with the style of kpop that they just want to keep on comprehending what it is. It maybe the dance, the singing, the power even more! These kpop stars bring so much talent on the stages every time they perform. That's why they are...

**science**

It is A

**ET3034TUx Solar Energy**

Thank you! but it's not only a) !!

**ET3034TUx Solar Energy**

Which of the following processes is used in order to fabricate mono-crystalline silicon? a) The Czochralski process b) Silicon ribbon process c) The float-zone process d) The silicon casting process

**Chemistry**

How do I determine which atom in a molecule would be the strongest base? Thanks

**Solar Energy Please Help**

@foxman thinks

**Math**

Use substitution to solve the system of equations given below. 8x - 4y = 16 2x - y = 4

**science**

i think

**science**

destin y is rong

**science**

desiny isn't right

**Chemistry**

Help! If I have 0.0031 absorbance/sec, how would I convert this to absorbance/minute? Thanks

**calculus**

I really need help on this!!!!

**calculus**

Let y =x arcsin x, x is an element of ]-1, 1[. Show that d^2y/dx^2 = 2-x^2/(1-x^2)^3/2

**Math- Urgent**

2e = 4e -16 -4e -4e -2e=-16 /-2 /-2 e=8

**math**

x+4=-8 do you have to solve for x?

**math**

I completely forgot the rules but.... if you have ((1-x)^1/2)^2 Then would you multiply the exponents to get 2/2 = 1 or add them to get 3/2

**algebra**

2 cm. i think

**Math please help**

You have to set up a proportion. 2/3 = 12/x solve for x 2x=36 x=18

**algebra**

3. I think Because you take the total number of problems (48) and divide that by 2 = 24. Then divide that by 2 = 12. And divide that by 2= 6. And divide that by 2 = 3. He needs to complete 3 problems on the first day for the number of problems completed to double each day for ...

**math**

please help me. I don't know what I am doing wrong

**math**

I tried to use the quotient rule but I get stuck simplifying it. I got (sqrt1-x^2)(1/sqrt1-x^2) - (x+arcsinx)(1/2(1-x^2)2x) / (sqrt1-x^2)^2

**math**

*use the quotient rule