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Math+graphing Log
Logarithms are the inverse of exponents. The base here is three and whatever to the right of the equals sign is the raised up exponent. You have the power to find coordinate point values by merely switching the input and output columns of this T-chart that you are mentioning. ...
February 23, 2009

Cuutural Diversity
Please keep in mind that the majority of the world's population of one billion Muslims are not Arabs. Indonesia has the most inhabitants that adhere to Islam.
February 20, 2009

Chemistry
I had to convert 95.4 km/hr to m/sec. Would this be the correct series of proportions? 95.4 km x .62m/1km x .60m/1hr x 60 sec/1 minute I then got 212932.8. If this is not correct, then what is the correct way? Thank you so much.
February 19, 2009

Chemistry
I converted 789,032 calories to Kilo Joules, and I got 3,301,309,888. I feel like this number is way to big. I set up the proportion like this: 789,032 x 4.184J/1c x 1000 kj/1J. Was this incorrect?
February 19, 2009

Chem
I have to convert inches to 250 cm.My book states the expression to calculate this as 250 cm x 1in/2.54 cm. I followed through to divide, and got 98.425, which following the rules of significantdigits, would equal 98, right? 250 only has 2 sig digs, it'd have to be 98. But...
February 19, 2009

Chemistry
I am supposed to add up these numbers, using the significant digits rules. 150 76.9 209 .036 I got 435.936. Following the sig. digs. rules, it would be 435.9, right? How does this then equal 440 as my science books says? Thank you so much.
February 19, 2009

chem.
hi the unknown liquid is colorless, has a slight odor, is soluble, and flammable. What might it be? my teacher wants us to find out just from these qualities. thanks for your help
February 18, 2009

misc;culture
M.C.: For example, have you heard that Dr. Seuss (whose real name was Theodore Giesel) wrote Yertle the Turtle as an allegory for Hitler's rise and fall?! One turtle kept trying to build himself up to greater heights on the backs of the other turtles until one turtle at ...
February 18, 2009

U.S.History
On a follow up note to this, where does one draw the line between politics, society, and economics?! Aren't they all culturally intertwined in some way?!
February 18, 2009

See below for more examples that I have worked out for you.
February 18, 2009

There are three hundred and sixty degrees (360) in a circle and sixty (60) minutes are in an hour. Either looking at a clock/watch or sketching out the hands on paper might be of use to you. The hour hand is the shorter hand and the minute hand is the longer hand. 1. You are ...
February 18, 2009

Western Civilization
Something like one-third of the population of the European continent was wiped out by bubonic plague. It is now thought to have been trasmitted by fleas that bit rats and then somehow got transfered to Mongolian horsemen. As an interesting sidebar, the song "Ring Around ...
February 17, 2009

english root word
Isn't that spelled facto, not factum?!
February 17, 2009

Quick Spanish
Do you have brownish or brunette hair? How are your friends? (notice the conjugated verb son comes from the infinitive verb ser)
February 15, 2009

Spanish
You could insert a mi in front of me for the first one.
February 15, 2009

philosophy
drwls and bobpursley: I am merely countering what drwls said because it seemed like an attack on philosophy as a discipline. It is a worthy field even though it is challenging. How would reading Mad magazine do such a thing?! Even though I had never encountered material on ...
February 14, 2009

philosophy
Learning how to reason rationally and critically is a skill and I am glad that I have acquired these talents from studying philosophy. I roll my eyes at you, drwls, as I click Post Answer . . .
February 14, 2009

Social Studies Opinion
Kudos to you, GuruBlue! Writeacher, are you a creationist or a proponent of Intelligent Design or a creation scientist or a transformist or some other close variation of any of these that all boils down to mtyhology anyway by any chance . . .
February 14, 2009

History
You could automatically eliminate letter A and letter E as being too extreme (outliers). Look up Neolithic Revoultion or Agricultural Revolution.
February 13, 2009

What were the top 15 most populated countries in the year 2002........Also. what were their populations???????? Please help.....
February 11, 2009

I am seeking a contemporary advertisement (i.e. one that has appeared in the last five years) that touches on death. I am searching for something of which I could either print out or make a photocopy. If you could please give me a nudge in the right direction before 2:30 CST ...
February 10, 2009

Child Care
I do not think that having a battle of the sexes truck driving contest would be appropriate for little kids, so not letter D. Letters B and C both imply something similar. What sort of discussion would result from letter A?!
February 8, 2009

humanities/social studies
Are you reading Niccoló Machiavelli's The Prince by any chance?!
February 8, 2009

psychology
bobpursley: That was a a slightly inappropriate response. Perhaps they are spending a certain amount of time on this particular topic before moving on to another area within the field?! The discipline of psychology (and some of the other related social sciences) would include ...
February 6, 2009

history/science
Do you mean creation myths?! Every civilization has its own folklore that is transmitted from generation to generation that relays the traditional explanations of the origins of a society. The biblical book of Genesis in the Old Testament serves as a cultural example for ...
February 6, 2009

History
Before I begin, do you know who Rube Goldberg is?!
February 6, 2009

SS
You forgot that starting letter a in Americans, but I do not know what else to tell you. Please use definite articles (the in this case).
February 6, 2009

Read it aloud and see which one of the two options sounds better.
February 5, 2009

You have *two* simple subjects making up a *compound* complete subject. Do you need a *plural* simple verb or a *singular* simple verb?! You might know the simple verb as the simple predicate. The verb with the s is *singular* whereas the verb without the s is *plural.*
February 5, 2009

The key word here is *decentralized*. This should be pretty straightforward.
February 5, 2009

By defintion a *confederacy* is a form of government in which political power rests with the smaller unit divisions and the overarching power of a central legal authority is deemphasized. The *federal* constitution divided legal authority between the states and the national ...
February 5, 2009

health
Try fluid imbalance in the inner ear.
February 5, 2009

Microbiology
Domain is the taxonomic level that is just above kingdom in the Linnean system of classification. According to whatever agreed upon nomenclature that you have in front of you, how many kingdoms are recognized? Try looking up the following keywords: prokaryotes, *eu*bacteria, ...
February 5, 2009

crt 205 critical thinking
For that third declarative statement, the sentence should have read one can *not* have . . . Oops! My bad!
February 3, 2009

crt 205 critical thinking
Deductivity (or validness if that what you still want to call it) means that given some premises the conclusion must hold true. Soundess means that all the components involved are actually true. One can have a deduction (or be valid) without being sound. One can have something...
February 3, 2009

math
pattern 1: 12,16,20,24,28 32 how would you answer this in a 5 grade mathematical term
February 3, 2009

US history
"Baby words." Do not talk down to yourself, Spencer.
February 1, 2009

History
Henry David Thoreau coined the phrase civil disobedience.
January 29, 2009

SCIENCE STUDIES
Sponges are sessile whereas every other animals that I can think of is capable of locomotion (movement, motion). They are considered an evolutionary dead end, so to speak. That branch just kind of sort of ended at some point.
January 29, 2009

psychology
APA is an acronym standing for American Psychological Assn.
January 28, 2009

space
tchrwill: That was a little bit of overkill for a true/false question.
January 27, 2009

English
Did you mean one sentence per each word or one sentence that includes all of the words?!
January 27, 2009

Haz: Ms. Sue gave you a perfectably appropriate response and there is no reply in a snotty manner!
January 27, 2009

puzzle (math, psychology)
Wow, look at you go! How did you do that economyst?!
January 27, 2009

history
Try the following prompts: Elizabethan England, Phillip II, weather conditions at the time, the year 1588, Catholicism versus Protestantism, et cetera.
January 26, 2009

In-text citation
What would I use as the in-text citation for something like this? "William!@#\$%^&erill." Encyclopædia Britannica. 2009. Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 23 Jan 2009 <h://w.britannica.c/EBchecked/topic/123681/William-Cockerill>.
January 25, 2009

U.S. History
#3 is letter a. #1 is letter a becuse they did not want to have a central government or at least much of one. #5 is letter c via process of elimination.
January 24, 2009

English
Katy: What *exactly* seems to be giving you troubles?! For what type of course is this?! Is this a class all about debating?!
January 24, 2009

Social Studies Essay Thesis
Well, I'm doing a report on William C-o-c-kerill (Ignore -) and I need a thesis statement that answers this historical question: What was the importance of William!@#\$%^&erill and how did he impact future generations?
January 23, 2009

Social Studies
I can't find anything there. I even have membership to the Britannica Online Encyclopedia and there is only like a paragraph there.
January 22, 2009

Social Studies
I CANNOT seem to find any good information on William!@#\$%^&erill, an entrepreneur of the industrial revolution. I have to do an essay on him, but can't find any information. ~Thanks.
January 22, 2009

Point Slope Form Algebra
Not all that much really. The little ones (1's) are just ways of differentiating between different coordinates so you do not get confused as to which set belongs with which point in the grid.
January 20, 2009

social studies; AP US
You can eliminate some of these safely. It is not E by definition. A was a means toward expansion, so not that either. C has to do with the buildup of naval power for the sake of said purposes, so no. Either B or D.
January 19, 2009

Algebra
Think of doing it without a calculator first. To what power would you raise a base of ten in order to get the number 85? Think of the relationship between logs and exponents! 10 ^ 1.93= 85.11380382. The subscripted number is the base (a bass voice is a low voice). What the log...
January 17, 2009

Check my american gov. work
Sorry to have to say this, but the process of impeachment actually begins in the House as opposed to the Senate.
January 16, 2009

American gov
The actual trial that leads to conviction et cetera takes place in the Senate.
January 16, 2009

Health
I would say that human growth hormone would be an extreme measure. You would be better off to simply accept yourself you who you naturally are.
January 15, 2009

Religions of the World
Ms. Sue tackled this one better than bobpursley did. How could this have led to flaming wars?! This one at least deserved some level of serious consideration instead of just being pushed aside.
January 10, 2009

WORLD HISTORY EXAM 3 HELP PLEASE?!?
#9 is Liberia (its capital Monrovia is named after Monroe). #11 is Hinduism for India. #5 would be Marxism as communism. #6 would be the one with the "Z". #7, #8, #10, and #12 all bewilder me for one reason or another. Japan would make sense for SS laws because of ...
January 9, 2009

Introduction To Teacher Aide
For #11: What is the difference between middle school and junior high in most places?
January 9, 2009

reformatory system
Wikipedia is reliable because Wikipedia says so. Talk about a dog chasing its tail in a circle! Ms. Sue: That was not a very smooth move!
January 3, 2009

Physics
The Mariana trench is located in the Pacific Ocean at a depth of about 11800 m below the surface of the water. The density of seawater is 1025 kg/m3. (a) If an underwater vehicle were to explore such a depth, what force would the water exert on the vehicle's observation ...
December 4, 2008

english
can someone tell me what the living conditions of Shakespeare's times were like
December 2, 2008

Social studies
question about the Indus Valley Civilization. Why did these ancient people choose to settle in this region? What benefits did it offer? What invention allowed the people to ove into the valley? How might fuel for this invetnion have caused the civilization's downfall? Thanks
November 30, 2008

My Professor gave us 10 Chapters of Physics homework to do in a week! While I have gotten most of it done, there are a few questions I was unable to find answers to. Is there any way you can help me out a little bit? When an electron in an atom makes a transition from an ...
November 24, 2008

I have returned
Many thanks in advance as always. 1) Is there a resource through which I could obtain *old* newspaper material from between 1889 and 1900? 2) Both of following two topics concern the American Revolutionary War. 2)a What were relationships between white masters and black slaves...
November 22, 2008

Atlanta falcons vs Carolina panthers
November 20, 2008

I am just wondering why my posting entitled assortment seems to not be there any longer. It was dated Tuesday November the 18th. Has anyone had the opportunity to read it yet? 1) I am now leaning more specifically toward a philosopher, theologian, or mystic from medieval ...
November 19, 2008

assortment
I realize that these are diverse in nature, but I do attend a liberal arts institution. Well, I have three matters that are not pressing in nature but rapidly will become important. I may have to return here after refining these. So, here we go: 1) Are there any places that ...
November 18, 2008

Science
How is an organisms scientific mane written?
November 13, 2008

Science
What is the universal naming system called?
November 13, 2008

biology
what the cell theory applie to
November 6, 2008

Math
how do I write a written equation? A jacket cots 28.00 more than twice the cost of a pair of slacks. If the jacket costs 152.00, how much do th slacks cost?
November 4, 2008

Physics
I have figured out everything except the last part of this problem. No clue how to figure that can someone help me... When jumping straight down, you can be seriously injured if you land stiff-legged. One way to avoid injury is to bend your knees upon landing to reduce the ...
November 2, 2008

Science - Chemistry
Balance the following chemical equation. Al + 02 -> Al2O3
November 2, 2008

Physics
got it. nevermind
November 2, 2008

Physics
elastic equations ball 1= -.111 ball 2= .888 but can someone get me started on the inelastic? please.
November 2, 2008

Physics
A 6.00 kg ball (ball 1), moving to the right at a velocity of +1.00 m/s on a frictionless table, collides head-on with a stationary 7.50 kg ball (ball 2). Find the final velocities of the balls if the collision is as specified below. (a) elastic collision ball 1 m/s ball 2 m/s...
November 2, 2008

Physics
Two balls are approaching each other head-on. Their velocities are +10.00 and -12.8 m/s. (a) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if they have the same mass. m/s (b) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if the mass of one ball...
November 2, 2008

Physics
When jumping straight down, you can be seriously injured if you land stiff-legged. One way to avoid injury is to bend your knees upon landing to reduce the force of the impact. A 75 kg man just before contact with the ground has a speed of 6.9 m/s. (a) In a stiff-legged ...
November 2, 2008

Physics
a) (.009*712)/50=.12816 m/s, this answer is not right. what am I doing wrong.
November 2, 2008

Physics
The lead female character in the movie Diamonds Are Forever is standing at the edge of an offshore oil rig. As she fires the gun, she is driven back over the edge and into the sea. Suppose the mass of a bullet is 0.009 kg, and its velocity is +712 m/s. Her mass (including the ...
November 2, 2008

Physics
A particle, starting from point A in the drawing at a height h0 = 2.3 m, is projected down the curved runway. Upon leaving the runway at point B, the particle is traveling straight upward and reaches a height hf = 4.6 m above the floor before falling back down. Ignoring ...
November 2, 2008

Physics
When an 81.0 kg adult uses a spiral staircase to climb to the second floor of his house, his gravitational potential energy increases by 2.25 103 J. By how much does the potential energy of a 17.0 kg child increase when the child climbs a normal staircase to the second floor? J
November 2, 2008

Physics
A 75.0 kg skier rides a 2870 m long lift to the top of a mountain. The lift makes an angle of 14.4° with the horizontal. What is the change in the skier's gravitational potential energy? J
November 2, 2008

Physics
A shot-putter puts a shot (weight = 71.9 N) that leaves his hand at distance of 1.47 m above the ground. (a) Find the work done by the gravitation force when the shot has risen to a height of 2.20 m above the ground. Include the correct sign for work. J (b) Determine the ...
November 2, 2008

Physics
A 5.0 104 kg space probe is traveling at a speed of 11000 m/s through deep space. Retrorockets are fired along the line of motion to reduce the probe's speed. The retrorockets generate a force of 4.5 105 N over a distance of 2600 km. What is the final speed of the probe? m/s
November 2, 2008

Physics
A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 54.0 m/s and rises to a height of 23.8 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. J (b) What is its speed when it is 10.0 m below its highest point? m/s
November 1, 2008

Physics
A water skier lets go of the tow rope upon leaving the end of a jump ramp at a speed of 17.9 m/s. As the drawing indicates, the skier has a speed of 11.1 m/s at the highest point of the jump. Ignoring air resistance, determine the skier's height H above the top of the ramp...
November 1, 2008

Physics
How do you solve for KE change? Work done by weight- 65*9.8*13= 8281 right?
October 29, 2008

Physics
A rescue helicopter lifts a 65 kg person straight up by means of a cable. The person has an upward acceleration of 0.70 m/s2 and is lifted from rest through a distance of 13 m. (a) What is the tension in the cable? N (b) How much work is done by the tension in the cable? J (c...
October 29, 2008

Could you please clarify what your intentions were behind what you said on Friday the 24th in a thread that was marked as "society"? The time stamp was 2:22. I have already left my own personal interpretation there.
October 26, 2008

physics (emergency!)
0.5*mass*velocity squared
October 26, 2008

math same question as before with new questions to
oh! thanks i get it now
October 25, 2008

math same question as before with new questions to
i still don't understand how you got 12, but thank you for your help!
October 25, 2008

math same question as before with new questions to
The local fish market is having a sale on whole fish. the prices are as follows: You can buy an albacore and a barracuda for\$21 You can buy a barracuda and a carp for \$24 You can buy a carp and a dogfish for \$32 You can buy a dogfish and an eel for \$37 You can buy an eel and ...
October 25, 2008

math - so confused can you help me
The local fish market is having a sale on whole fish. the prices are as follows: You can buy an albacore and a barracuda for\$21 You can buy a barracuda and a carp for \$32 You can buy a carp and a dogfish for \$32 You can buy a dogfish and an eel for \$37 You can buy an eel and ...
October 25, 2008

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
October 24, 2008

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Has civility gone downhill in this modern world? I make a conscious effort to be polite on a daily basis, even though I know that I can not make an overall change in the planet as a whole. Rudeness is by definition unjustifiable and unnecessary, but dis courtesy still runs ...
October 24, 2008

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