# Posts by Camryn

Total # Posts: 22

**calculus**

Hi, I have the following HW question and I'm a little confused: Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region bounded by y=1/sqrt(x) and y=0 for 1 <= x <= 2 about the line y=-1. So far I have the integral 2pi (-1-y)(1-1/y^2) dy from -1 to 1, but that...

**math **

Hi, I am in need of some help. How would I find the derivative of the function: f(x) = int e^sin(t) dt if the upper bound is x^2 and the lower bound is cos(x)? I'm not really sure what to do here since e^sin(t) is not an integratable function. Should I instead integrate ...

**Science HELP PLZZZ**

I need help with this too lol

**geometry**

how does the exterior angle theorem makes sense based on the triangle angle-sum theorem? i know what both of the theorems are i just dont understand how they are 'connected'?? thanks!

**Geometry**

line of symmetry yes

**5th Grade Math**

91 i believe

**Working with children with special needs**

A teacher wants to know why Ben, a preschooler, wakes up every morning at about 3:00 and refuses to go back to sleep. The teacher should

**Math**

BTW PLEASE TYPE YOUR SPREADSHEET!

**Math**

PLEASE HELP ASAP!!! When you use a credit card, you are charged interest each month on the balance in your account. You can use a spreadsheet to investigate the interest chargeed n a credit-card account. you use a credit card to buy a $450 airline ticket. you are charged 1.8% ...

**math**

explain the error Janine tells her friend that ordered pairs have an x coordinate of 0 lie on the x axis. She uses the origin as an example. Describe Janine's error. Use a counterexample to explain why Janine statement is false.

**math**

explain the error Janine tells her friend that ordered pairs have an x coordinate of 0 lie on the x axis. She uses the origin as an example. Describe Janine's error. Use a counterexample to explain why Janine statement is false.

**social studies**

Identify two problems resulting from urban sprawl in the western region of the United States. If these problems are not solved, what will the outcome likely be?

**math**

find the maximum and minimum values of f(x,y)=y-3x for feasible regions

**Language Arts**

The plot usually starts with a problem and ends with a solution. but im not sure ??

**Language Arts**

Which of the following statements about a short story plot is not true? (1 point) The plot has a beginning, middle, and end. The plot is when and where the story takes place. The plot usually starts with a problem and ends with a solution.

**Global History**

how did geography help shape Japanese civilization?

**geography**

How many countries does Mexico border? Is it three? We do not have to list them but am I right in saying they are the U.S., Belize and Guatemala

**6th grade science**

What happens to energy from the sun that is neither reflected nor absorbed by the atmosphere? Is this right? It is absorbed by the land and water and warmed(changed to heat). The greenhouse effect takes place.

**5th grade**

9,493,200.

**english**

A dog barked and ran

**Physics**

t=6.85seconds d=???

**4th grade**

the class had 67488836345

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