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May 3, 2016

# Posts by Aljebeth D. Tura

Total # Posts: 11

physics
P=F*d/t p=1750 w F=weight of the piano=9.81*285 solve for t! :D
October 5, 2012

physics
F=m*a m=6 kg a=2 m/s^2
October 5, 2012

math
x-12=19 solve for x! :D
September 28, 2012

Physics science
A.)if they push in the same direction,just add the two forces Fnet=250N+100N B.)if opposite Fnet=250N-100N (the resultant force will be toward th lesser force)
September 27, 2012

woodlake hills/ science
the data is insufficient to answer the question..
September 27, 2012

science
%=(True-experimental)/true x100%
September 27, 2012

College algebra
another way of solcinf the problem is by deriving and setting dy/dx=0...but the above sol. is easier that but its disadv. is you may forget the formula.. :D
September 26, 2012

Physics
use the formula y=xtanθ-(g*X^2)/(2*v^2*Cos^2θ) since it is on he roof,take y=-y=-H=height of the building where x=42m θ=30 V=14m/s note: θ is not included in the exponent 2..just plug-in the value.. God Bless !!!
September 21, 2012

physical science
the unit for work should be Joule,not newton..
September 19, 2012

physical science
the unit for work should be Joule,nut newton..
September 19, 2012

physical science
use KE=0.5mv^2 where KE=1 J m=1kg substitute the values to find v.. God bless!!!
September 19, 2012

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