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December 8, 2013

# Posts by Alejandra

Total # Posts: 74

active physics
from the question we just did, how much force is neede to stop in 20 seconds! OK. think it through. If it's going at 10 m/s, and then it stops, what is it's change in velocity? is it 10 Yes, now it takes 20 seconds, so what is its acceleration (actually deceleration)? ...

active physics
a=change in velocity/time, is this the formula i use for this question: a car takes 5 seconds to speed up from 10 m/s to 60 m/s. what is the acceleration? yes! so what do i do from there? If it goes from 10 to 60, what is it's CHANGE in velocity (speed)? is it 50 Yes...so ...

active physics
a 25 mewton force pushes against a 5 kg. mass. what is the acceleration??? what formula do i use?? F=ma

PHYSICS HELP
how would you change both the tension and the lenght and keep the pitch the same? oh. i think this question is a bit too vague. what does the apparatus look like? otherwise it seems like you could do whatever you wanted to the string (e.g., attaching a weight to one end of the...

physics
explain how you can change the length of a vibrating string.

physics
explain how you can change the tension of a vibrating string. you can probably change the tension by keeping the rate of the vibration constant and shortening the length of the string.

MATH
i need help filling this out! 4x-10=32-3x 4x-10+____=32-3x+22 ____-10+____=32+_____ ___=___ ___=___ x=___ ok you need to solve for x. remember the rule, whatever you do on the left side, you do to the right side and vice versa. on the second step, they add 22 to the right side...

science
i need help to fill in the blank: if lava has a high content of the mineral__________, it makes a volcano erupt explosively http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/11/031128083028.htm

science i need help
what is the realtionship between the focus and the epicenter? the focus is the depth of an earthquake, the epicenter is the center of the earthquake.

science
do earthquakes occur in areas without identified large faults? The key words you use are "identified" and "large." As far as I know, earthquakes occur at fault lines, whether or not they have been identified or are large. Since this is not my area of expert...

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