Tuesday

September 16, 2014

September 16, 2014

Total # Posts: 10

**magnets and Physics**

A very large loop of metal wire with radius 1 meter is driven with a linearly increasing current at a rate of 200 amps/second. A very small metal wire loop with radius 5 centimeter is positioned a small distance away with its center on the same axis (the loops are coaxial). ...
*December 4, 2013*

**History (Western Civilization)**

Who most represents the new era known as the Hellenistic age? (Also the famous son of Phillip II?
*September 11, 2013*

**History (Western Civilization)**

How the Greeks are described as distinctive from previous peoples as relates to philosophy?
*September 10, 2013*

**History (Western Civilization)**

What are the famous developments of Pericles leadership in Athens?
*September 10, 2013*

**History (Western Civilization)**

Explain the importance of the Hebrews to the development of western civilization including the ideas of monotheism, the covenant, the Torah and Christianity. - Can someone briefy explain to me? I am searching through goggle but can not find the right answer to this question. I...
*September 6, 2013*

**Math**

Nevermind ! I figured it out.
*June 30, 2010*

**Math**

I need to describe what the graph of interval [-4, 10] looks like. I have a really hard time explaining math in words.
*June 30, 2010*

**Math-Fair Game question**

the game of dots is played by rolling a fair die and receiving 1$ for each dot showing on the top face of the die. What cost should be set for each roll if the game is to be considered a fair game?
*January 23, 2010*

**Math-Probability **

This is another one I need help with. On a TV game show, the contestant is asked to select a door an then is rewarded with the prize behind the door selected. If the doors can be selected with equal probability, what is the expected value of the selection if the doors have ...
*January 23, 2010*

**Math Probability question**

A jar contains four marbles, each a different color: red, blue, green and yellow. If you draw two marbles from the jar, one after another, replacing the first before drawing the second, what is the probability of getting a. two red marbles b. a red marble on the first draw and...
*January 23, 2010*

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