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July 2, 2016

Posts by Damon

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Math
If you walk fist to school, then to the shop 3.25 *5280 = 17160 feet 17160 + 900 = 18060 feet or 3.42 miles
January 7, 2016

math and science both
I do not understand your question.
January 7, 2016

Physics
F = m a mg - Ffriction = m (3) so F friction = m(g-3) = 39 (7) = 273 Newtons
January 7, 2016

science
well, you are correct if you say displacement = 0 because vector is from 0 to 0 and distance = 1 mile
January 7, 2016

helpe plese
Well I suppose because people can plan evil deeds on social media and you can make your plans with others world wide. The practice raises questions of privacy though. I am not sure privacy appears in the first 10 amendments though although there certainly are laws defining and...
January 7, 2016

Math
maybe something like this. I do not see your picture. d = 3 h 2 d + 2 h = 64 feet 6 h + 2 h = 64 8 h = 64 h = 8 feet d = 3 h = 24 feet = 8 yards
January 7, 2016

Math
8 feet * 12 = 96 inches so ceiling is 96 + 2 = 98 98 - 64 = ?
January 7, 2016

math
four dimes = 40
January 7, 2016

Huh
Please check for typos and if you have presented the entire problem Obviously if you double the mass you double the gravitational force. Now do you maintain the same angle of the circumference to the hand? do you still have 50 N or do you have a new angle and rotational speed?
January 7, 2016

Math
yes, 77 - 75 = 2
January 7, 2016

Math
5'11" = 60 + 11 = 71 inches 71 + 6 = 77 inches which is how much longer than his bed?
January 7, 2016

Math
(14 + 14 + 7 + 7)8
January 7, 2016

Algebra
So am I. cost = 50 + 170 t where t is the time in hours however you show nothing on the benefit or value side of the equation. Obviously your lowest cost per hour is to use the maximum of four hours, spreading the 50 cleaning fee out over as many hours as possible. However ...
January 7, 2016

math
2 and 4 maybe ?
January 7, 2016

Physics
check below :)
January 7, 2016

Physics
energy in = i^2 R * t i^2 = 12.25 t = 4*60 = 240 seconds so energy in = 2940 R Joules energy to boil = 60 g * 540 cal/g = 32400 calories 32400 calories(.239J/calorie) =7744 Joules so 2940 R = 7744 R = 2.63 Ohms
January 7, 2016

Math
h = -9 + 16 h = 7
January 7, 2016

Math
What you typed is 11 h - 25
January 7, 2016

Do you mean 37 and 38 percent maybe?
This makes no sense as written.
January 7, 2016

History/social studies
I guess I would ask: "Why did the new US Government decide that it was important to spread west toward the Pacific from the Atlantic Coast? What would the US look like if that had not happened? This might help: http://www.ushistory.org/us/21b.asp
January 7, 2016

math
18 servings = 4+8+12 = 24 cups so there are (4/3)cups/serving 108 cups (3 servings/4 cups )=81 servings 8 cups oj/12 cups sel = (2/3) oj/sel
January 7, 2016

Maths
I think that is the height, not the distance, but it does not matter because with 45 degrees they are identical :)
January 7, 2016

Maths
The hypotenuse is 4 and the angle is 45 degrees? You can do it.
January 7, 2016

Math
here: http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html
January 7, 2016

math
4.6 - 3.8 = .8 5.4 - 4.6 = .8 we have a constant slope, straight line with slope of .8/1 = .8 so a - 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 , 11 b - 3.8, 4.6, 5.4, 6.2, 7.0
January 7, 2016

P.E.
You are welcome :)
January 7, 2016

P.E.
Well, certainly physical :) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twerking
January 7, 2016

Math - Ms. Sue, Check!
Yes, that is the only choice that makes any sense.
January 7, 2016

Math - Ms. Sue, Check!
That would be 3870.80 though which is not one of the choices so I do not think whoever wrote the question thought that through :)
January 7, 2016

Math - Ms. Sue, Check!
1.06^3.5 = 1.226 1.226* 3250 = 3985.23
January 7, 2016

Physics
one revolution is 2 pi radians so one Rev/second = 2 pi radians/second
January 7, 2016

Intro to Chem
24.3/40.3 = x/12.1 trick question, no need to calculate mols or anything, just proportion.
January 7, 2016

Check My work ( math)
LOL, you plug the data into the software and ask for correlation coef.
January 7, 2016

Check My work ( math)
http://www.mathportal.org/calculators/statistics-calculator/correlation-and-regression-calculator.php
January 7, 2016

MATH
u = 5 c t = time upstream (5-t) = time downstream (u-c)t = 48 (u+c)(5-t) = 10 4 c t = 48 so t = 12/c 6 c (5-t) = 10 6 c (5 - 12/c) = 10 30 c - 72 = 10 30 c = 82 c = 2.7333 u = 5 c = 13 2/3 miles/hour ----------------------------- by the way t = 12/2.73333 = 4.4 hours so 5 - t...
January 7, 2016

History
..... maybe not to wage it of course :)
January 7, 2016

History
I am sure Ms. Sue knows much more about this than I. Go with her suggestions.
January 7, 2016

History
I am not sure about the first but suspect you are correct. Yes on the second. Based on Abe Lincoln's experience with self education, I have to agree with the third, although it was not at all true in Massachusetts where I live.
January 7, 2016

Algebra (Urgent)
(1-3)/(3-1) = (y-1)/(x-3) -2/2 = -1 so -x+3 = y-1 y = -x + 4
January 7, 2016

Pre- Algebra
Good.
January 7, 2016

Pre- Algebra
agree with all 5, well done :)
January 7, 2016

Precalculus
sin^2 T = 1 - cos^2 T sin^2 T = 1 - 9/49 sin^2 T = 40/49 sin T = (2/7) sqrt 10 and tan T = sin T/cos T
January 7, 2016

Physics
I do not see any figure. His speed at the top is his horizontal speed, u, for the whole trip u = 28 m/s at takeoff v^2 = Vi^2 + u^2 where v is total speed and Vi is initial speed up so 29.5^2 = 28^2 + Vi^2 Vi = 9.29 m/s that is all I need to do the vertical problem easy with ...
January 7, 2016

nonsense
If you tried to copy and paste something, that does not work.
January 7, 2016

Math
1/6 + 1/3 = 1/6 + 2/6 = 3/6 = 1/2 so half are red or blue, leaving half 3/7 * 1/2 = 3/14 are green so (3/14) x = 27 I think you can find x now. 9*14
January 7, 2016

History
http://www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/declaration_transcript.html yes
January 7, 2016

History
wha? I went and read the Declaration anyway. I was right. It is C, the right to a fair trail.
January 7, 2016

History
The others look good to me, but I am only a physicist.
January 7, 2016

History
but did anyway: " ..... For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury: ......"
January 7, 2016

History
which of the following BEST explains why americans in the north and east were less supportive of the war of 1812? A.) They relied more on British trade !!!!!!!!!!!!! also I suspect: C.)the right to a fair trial but am not about to go re read the Declaration
January 7, 2016

math
For heaven's sake I did it for you.
January 7, 2016

math
(4/3) pi r^3 (4/3) pi (216) 905 m^3
January 7, 2016

Science
This is causing me great pain.
January 7, 2016

Science
NO!!! Draw a parallel circuit with a battery and two resistors !!!! Then see what applies to a parallel circuit and NOT to a series circuit !!!!
January 7, 2016

Not cheating-math
4 pi r^2 with a WHAT of 4 meters? diameter, radius ? 201 if radius 50 if diameter Please proof read before hitting Enter !
January 7, 2016

math
volume is proportional to length dimension cubed for similar objects in three dimensions. 12/15 = 4/5 4^3/5^3 = 64/125 64/125 * 540 = 276.5 cm^3 well, none of your choices look great but I guess 240
January 7, 2016

can not help anyway
Do not see any drawing
January 7, 2016

physics!!! Damon?
I can not do much more velocity=Vn = (Xn - Xn-1)/1 second acceleration = (Vn-Vn-1)/1 second
January 6, 2016

Math
1/8 = .125 58 m * .125 "/m = 7.25 20 *.125 = 2.5 fits but try bigger 5/16 = .3125 58 * .3125 = 18.1 , longer that paper 3/16 = .1825 .1825 * 58 = 10.87 length fits .1825 * 20 = 3.65 fits easy 1/4 = .25 .25 * 58 = 14.5 too big the biggest that still fits is 3/16
January 6, 2016

Math
Team 1 across team 2down * 0 1 2 3 4 0 x x x x x 1 x x x x x 2 x x x x x 3 x x x x x 4 * 5 = 20
January 6, 2016

Math
4 [ 5x - 3 + 4y -2x + 3y ] = 4 [ 3x + 7y - 3 ] = 12 x + 28 y - 12
January 6, 2016

Math
vertex was at (0,0) now at (-5,-3) (y+3) = (x+5)^2 y + 3 = x^2 + 10 x + 25 y = x^2 + 10 x + 22
January 6, 2016

physics! description explanations
By the way I am assuming that your curve is continuous and smooth. If there is an instantaneous change in slope (velocity), for example at 1 second, then the acceleration is infinite. a = (V2-V1)/0
January 6, 2016

physics! description explanations
everything is divided by one second for velocity I take position at n minus position at (n-1) for acceleration I take velocity during n+1 - velocity during n
January 6, 2016

physics! description explanations
time is ending at t time eg = 1 sec is ending at 1, first second v is average velocity in inteval (final-original) a is acceleration change in speed/1 second CHECK MY WORK ___ v a 1s 00 00 2s 17 10 v=(60-43) a =(v3-0)=10 3s 10 -17 4s 00 -2 5s -2 (2m-66) 6s (2m-68) -58 7s (10-...
January 6, 2016

algebra
I have no idea how many apples because this is about bananas but if you mean bananas and not apples then: 7 b
January 6, 2016

algebra
[(11/2) / (-3/2)] * [2/2] = 11/-3 times [-1/-1] = -11/3
January 6, 2016

algebra
(5/2 +3) / (-5 + 7/2) (5 + 6) / (-10 + 7) 11/-3 = -11/3 You did fine.
January 6, 2016

Math
every month multiply the price by 1.005 in other words price = 2.44 * 1.005^n where n is the number of months from now in 12 months price = 2.44 * 1.005^12 = 2.44 * 1.061678 = 2,59 then 5 = 2.44 *1.005^n or 2.04918 = 1.005^n tale log base 10 both sides .31158 = n ( .002166) n...
January 6, 2016

Physics
There do not seem to be any accelerations going on here. First cyclist: how long will he take" outbound: 20 km / 20km/h = 1 h inbound: 20 km / 15 km/hr = (4/3) h total time for C1 = (7/3) hour so Second cyclist must do 2x km at 10 km/hr in (7/3) hr 2 x = 10 km/hr * (7/3) ...
January 6, 2016

science
normal force on wall = k x = 416 * .054 = 22.5 N max friction force then is 22.5 mu up gravity force down = m g = 1.7 (9.81) = 16.7 N so 22.5 mu = 16.7 mu = .74
January 6, 2016

Physics
acceleration is rate of change of velocity (not speed) deceleration means negative acceleration I suppose, but a physicist just says negative acceleration. I would not use that word! so let's say I an going east at 10 m/sec if my acceleration is +2 m/s^2 east then in one ...
January 6, 2016

math
You do not have the data needed to answer that question. All the kids in the world - 10
January 6, 2016

math
I guess lol
January 6, 2016

math
I hope so but Anon used a + sign between the 8/7 and the 8/3 so maybe 24/21 + 56/21 = 80/21 I do not know if that ampersand is a plus though
January 6, 2016

what does & mean ?
I do not get your notation.
January 6, 2016

area perimeter
to make it easy L + w = 14 l w = 24
January 6, 2016

Health PlZ HELP MEE!!!
Besides it is really stinky :(
January 6, 2016

Health PlZ HELP MEE!!!
I also agree.
January 6, 2016

math
Well, if you have a table with values in two columns choose one column for x values and one for y values then for each pair, go right a distance x and up a distance y from the origin (0,0) and make an X Then connect the spots where you have Xs.
January 6, 2016

maths
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1452111592
January 6, 2016

maths
Look below
January 6, 2016

maths
3/2 = 1.5 1.5 * 10^8 meters/second are you kidding? What is the problem?
January 6, 2016

maths
x^a * x^b = x^(a+b)
January 6, 2016

maths
10^3 * 10^4 = 10^7
January 6, 2016

math
but I would not because I was not convinced you knew why.
January 6, 2016

math
YES !!!!
January 6, 2016

math
If it has ONE base it CANNOT be
January 6, 2016

math
NO a cone has one base a pyramid has one base we need something with multiple bases
January 6, 2016

math
When I throw dice, each may land on any of the six sides.
January 6, 2016

math
I am here to help, not to feed answers.
January 6, 2016

math
A cube has 6 potential bases in my opinion.
January 6, 2016

No idea
Whatever language you are speaking I am not familiar with it.
January 6, 2016

math
It is a rectangular pyramid, just like the ones in ancient Eqypt. It has a rectangular base and triangular sides.
January 6, 2016

math
IT is NOT a prism.
January 6, 2016

math
You are doing the exam. I am not. Now look at that rectangular pyramid google link
January 6, 2016

math
http://www.google.com/search?q=rectangular+pyramid+math&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjbw7OThJbKAhXCFj4KHXyNA0gQsAQIOA&biw=1920&bih=949
January 6, 2016

math
Look here again !
January 6, 2016

math
NO!!~! Do those pyramids have triangular bases ???
January 6, 2016

math
Did you look at the rectangular prism definition link ? Does it look like it has triangular sides??
January 6, 2016

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