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May 2, 2016

# Posts by Akbar

Total # Posts: 38

math
Can somebody solve this system of euation :2^x+3^y=17 2^x+2+3^y+1=5
January 23, 2016

chemistry
Ans me plxxx Identify the hydrogen bonding in DNA and ice......
January 22, 2016

physics
Plz plz answer this question..... I need this immediate.... "what is ment by the energy-mass relationship?explain it with the help of examples.....
January 20, 2016

amu city high school aligarh
December 15, 2015

physics
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 13, 2012

Physics
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 11, 2012

physics
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 11, 2012

physics need help plz
there is a mass hanging down through a pulley and the at the right there is another pulley and than the rope is at the left and F force applied I don;t know how to explain it n i cant paste it
June 8, 2012

physics need help plz
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 8, 2012

physics
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 7, 2012

physics
You are on Mars and would like to send a probe into space so that it does not fall back to the surface. What minimum launch speed do you need? (The mass of Mars is 6.42x10^23 kg and the radius of Mars is 3.40x10^6 m) km/s Please someone also help me on this.I really don't ...
June 2, 2012

physics help plz thanks
An arrangement of two pulleys, as shown in the figure, is used to lift a 49.6-kg mass a distance of 3.70 m above the starting point. Assume the pulleys and rope are ideal and that all rope sections are essentially vertical. (a) What is the mechanical advantage of this system...
June 2, 2012

A 34 g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL of water. When the water and thermometer come to equilibrium, the thermometer reads 38.7°C. What was the original temperature of the water? -.135(4186)(Tf-38.7)=.034(840)(Tf-21.6) =-565.11Tf+21869.752=...
April 26, 2012

physics
A 34 g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL of water. When the water and thermometer come to equilibrium, the thermometer reads 38.7°C. What was the original temperature of the water? I need help on this please could someone please help out....
April 26, 2012

physics
This is how I did it: (.034)(840)(21.6-38.7)+135(4186)(Ti-38.6)
April 25, 2012

physics
A 34 g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL of water. When the water and thermometer come to equilibrium, the thermometer reads 38.7°C. What was the original temperature of the water? I need help on this please could someone please help out....
April 25, 2012

physics
A 34 g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL of water. When the water and thermometer come to equilibrium, the thermometer reads 38.7°C. What was the original temperature of the water? I need help on this please could someone please help out....
April 24, 2012

Physics
April 24, 2012

Physics
A 34 g glass thermometer reads 21.6°C before it is placed in 135 mL of water. When the water and thermometer come to equilibrium, the thermometer reads 38.7°C. What was the original temperature of the water? I need help on this please could someone please help out....
April 24, 2012

physics
Thank you Damon and Bobpursley. I really appreciate it.
April 22, 2012

physics
A tire with an inner volume of 0.0250 m3 is filled with air at a gauge pressure of 30.3 psi. If the tire valve is opened to the atmosphere, what volume outside of the tire does the escaping air occupy? Some air remains within the tire occupying the original volume, but now ...
April 22, 2012

physics
Humans can hear sounds with frequencies up to about 20.0 kHz, but dogs can hear frequencies up to about 40.0 kHz. Dog whistles are made to emit sounds that dogs can hear but humans cannot. If the part of a dog whistle that actually produces the high frequency is made of a tube...
April 17, 2012

physics
Tension is maintained in a string by attaching one end to a wall and by hanging a 2.34 kg object from the other end of the string after it passes over a pulley that is 2.00 m from the wall. The string has a mass per unit length of 3.45 mg/m. What is the fundamental frequency ...
April 15, 2012

physics
A 1.6-m-long string fixed at both ends vibrates at resonant frequencies of 792 Hz and 990 Hz, with no other resonant frequency between these values. (a) What is the fundamental frequency of this string? (b) When the tension in the string is 1165 N, what is the total mass of ...
April 15, 2012

Physics
A 1.6-m-long string fixed at both ends vibrates at resonant frequencies of 792 Hz and 990 Hz, with no other resonant frequency between these values. (a) What is the fundamental frequency of this string? (b) When the tension in the string is 1165 N, what is the total mass of ...
April 15, 2012

Physics
Tension is maintained in a string by attaching one end to a wall and by hanging a 2.34 kg object from the other end of the string after it passes over a pulley that is 2.00 m from the wall. The string has a mass per unit length of 3.45 mg/m. What is the fundamental frequency ...
April 15, 2012

A block of wood, with density 828 kg/m3 , has a cubic shape with sides 0.340 m long. A rope of negligible mass is used to tie a piece of lead to the bottom of the wood. The lead pulls the wood into the water until it is just completely covered with water. What is the mass of ...
April 10, 2012

Physics
A block of wood, with density 828 kg/m3 , has a cubic shape with sides 0.340 m long. A rope of negligible mass is used to tie a piece of lead to the bottom of the wood. The lead pulls the wood into the water until it is just completely covered with water. What is the mass of ...
April 10, 2012

Physics
A block of wood, with density 828 kg/m3 , has a cubic shape with sides 0.340 m long. A rope of negligible mass is used to tie a piece of lead to the bottom of the wood. The lead pulls the wood into the water until it is just completely covered with water. What is the mass of ...
April 10, 2012

physics
Thank you!
April 9, 2012

physics
In a hydraulic lift, the radii of the pistons are 2.93 cm and 10.1 cm. A car weighing W = 11.0 kN is to be lifted by the force of the large piston. (a) What force Fa must be applied to the small piston? 925.7 N (b) When the small piston is pushed in by 10.4 cm, how far is the ...
April 9, 2012

Physics to Elena
Thanks for your help, I really appreciate it! The only thing I was wondering about is part b) it says its wrong i know it's 3.02 cm, but the answer has to be in mm i got that that would be 30.2 mm, but still its wrong can you please say why I am getting it wrong?
April 9, 2012

Physics
In a hydraulic lift, the radii of the pistons are 2.93 cm and 10.1 cm. A car weighing W = 11.0 kN is to be lifted by the force of the large piston. (a) What force Fa must be applied to the small piston? N (b) When the small piston is pushed in by 10.4 cm, how far is the car ...
April 9, 2012

Chemistry
Thank you for your help and time!
April 4, 2012

Chemistry
3) 0.3382 g of an unknown diprotic acid, when dissolved in water, required 32.34 mL of 0.1046 M KOH to reach the endpoint. Calculate the molar mass of the unknown acid. Also, for this problem I keept getting 99 close to 100 g/mol, but the answer has to be 200 g/mol, so can ...
April 4, 2012

Chemistry
Thanks; I really appreciate it!
April 4, 2012

Chemistry
1) 800 mL of 0.025 M Pb(NO3)2 is mixed with 500 mL of 0.030 M K2CrO4. Calculate the grams of PbCrO4 that form. I am confused on how to do this I got the answer it should be 4.85 g PbCrO4, but I would want to know how to get that. And also Limiting reactant is K2CrO4, but I don...
April 4, 2012

Math
a JACUZZI IS 3FT DEEP SEATS 6 PEOPLE 2'WIDE PER SEAT 150 CUBIC FEET
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