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July 25, 2014

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vocabulary
You are welcome.

vocabulary
Yes

vocabulary
Do you not associate imagery with mental pictures?

vocabulary
No.

PHYSICS
Well, force is rate of change of momentum or m A if the mass is constant, so what is the change of momentum? original momentum of driver = 52 *14 = 588 kg m/s final momentum of driver = 0 so change = -588 kg m/s How long did it take? average speed during crash = 14/2 = 7 m/s i...

compound interest
.06/12 = .005 = interest rate/month so multiply by 1.005 every month for 12 months 3500 * 1.005^12 = 3715.87

physics
Exactly, you figured it out. The man would have to pull farther (more parts in the tackle), like maybe eight times as far at 1/5 the weight

Soil Chemistry
http://www.amnh.org/exhibitions/permanent-exhibitions/rose-center-for-earth-and-space/david-s.-and-ruth-l.-gottesman-hall-of-planet-earth/what-causes-climate-and-climate-change/the-atmosphere/greenhouse-gases-a-troposphere-story

Soil Chemistry
most outgoing infrared is absorbed in the troposphere before reaching the stratosphere.

Math
10 (180-alpha) = 360 all the way around the outside 180 - alpha = 36 alpha = 144

Calculus
r = (5/8) x V = (1/3) pi [ (5/8) x ]^2 x V = (1/3) pi (25/64) x^3 etc

Algebra
sketch a graph !!!!

physics
I did #1 #2 potential energy lost = m g h potential energy gained = (1/2) k x^2 for 40 kg 40 * 9.81 * (1+x) = (1/2)(12,000) x^2 solve quadratic for x #3 I have no idea because you did not tell me ratio of bounces

ACCOUNTING
is the sum of your liabilities and ownership equity not your assets? so equity = assets - liabilities

chemistry
P V = n R T T = 16 + 273 V = 10 L = .01 m^3 n of O2 = 51.4/32 n of He = 32.5/4 calculate P of each then add to get total

Urgent Calculus Help
slope is always positive the slope keeps increasing so second derivative is positive

Urgent Calculus Help
Sketch a graph of this function. Then the answers will be obvious.

Algebra
x + (x-6) = 50 2 x - 6 = 50 2 x = 56 x = 28

Physics
m g h is the same small m needs big h Sumo seems to be 20 times as massive as the ball :

Physics -- check answers please
1. ok m g h = 20 * 10 * 2 Joules 2. No. That 400 Joules of potential energy becomes 400 Joules of kinetic energy during the fall. 3. Yes - At maximum stretch the ball stops. The ball is now 2 meters plus x below the starting point where x is the stretch distance down. The tota...

Social Studies
NY heeft geen Nederlanders? Ik geloof het niet :)

American national government
separate educational facilities were inherently unequal

Physics
no constant the force increases as the spring stretches F = k x work = k x^2/2 ======================== momentum increases an external force, mg

Science
rot fungus http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wood-decay_fungus

Calculus 1
A = 4 pi r^2 r = D/2 so A = 4 pi D^2/4 = pi D^2 dA/dD = 2 pi D dA/dt = 2 pi dD/dt 1 = 2 pi dD/dt dD/dt = 1/(2pi)

arithmetic
Never buy fish from a farm. Farmed fish is yuucky. Good fish comes from the ocean. lets start with 40 fish the first week 5 die so we have 35 which is 7/8 of original after first week 7/8 or 35 remain then in weeks two and three 3/5* 35 = 21 die so we are left with 35 -21 = 14...

Physics (A man in the lift)
mg down F up mg - F = m a = m g/k mg - jmg = (mg/a)(b+cj) 1-j = (b+cj)/a = 1/k k (1-j) = 1 I do not know what gcd(|a|,|b|,|c|)=1 means so can go no further.

us hist
I was a student in the Netherlands during the Gary Powers U2 incident. Our prestige and President Eisenhower's credibility were terribly damaged even in the Netherlands where the US and Canada were highly respected as the people who came and drove the Germans out.

algebra
6 x^3 - 3 x + 14 x^2 - 7 = 0 3 x (2 x^2 - 1) + 7 (2 x^2-1) = 0 (3x+7)( 2x^2-1) = 0 does that help?

Physics
work in = 44* 13 = 572 Joules which is the increase in kinetic energy

Physics
(a) 208 * 1.91 Joules (b) -154 * 1.91 Joules either add answers to a and b or do (208-154)(1.91)

mathematics
Well, I suppose that is every prime number less than 50 :)

Calculus I
Maybe try this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CuBoOaiBfA

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
Yes I agree because then they find out too late

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
World, warm, wings yes

MAT221
5 y = 8 x + 4 y = (8/5) x + 4/5 so slope is 8/5 so slope of perpendicular is -5/8 form is y = - 5x/8 + b goes through (-4,-4) -4 = -5 (-4)/8 + b b = -4 - 20/8 b = -4 - 5/2 b = -8/2-5/2 = -13/2 so y = - 5 x/8 -13/2 or 8y = -5 x - 52 Now parallel line slope = 8/5 y = 8 x/5 + b -...

Physics
Guess mass of person, say 80 kg guess how many on elevator, say 50 (guess high, we want a strong enough motor) so total mass of people on elevator at one time = 80*50 = 4,000 kg energy change = m g h = 4,000 * 9.8 * 8 = 316,600 Joules divide by 20 seconds ----> 15,688 Watts...

Literature-Help me Ms. Sue
Did you see: " .... I am the grass; I cover all. ..." ?

Algebra (Identity Function)
An identity function returns its argument as its value. x(4) = 4 and y(99) = 99

math
average winning = ( 5+3+2 )/6 = 10/6 net = 10/6 - 2 = -0.33 The house wins, in the end :)

Algebra
quadratic is a parabola with one vertex exponential curves one way like y = e^x curves up sqrt slope becomes smaller and smaller

Algebra
If the difference in x values is constant and the difference in y values is constant then the slope is constant and we have a straight line.

Chemistry
1 dm^3 = 1000 cm^3 = 1 liter so X2CO3 is 15.2 g/liter a liter of this requires 27.5/25 or 1.1 liters of .2 M HCl 1.1 * .2 = .22 mols of HCL X2CO3 + 2 HCl --> 2 XCl + H2CO3 maybe? so we only need .11 mols of X2CO3 .11 mols of X2CO3 weigh 15.2 grams 1 mol X2CO3 weighs 138 gra...

physics
By the way, Newton 2 is force = rate of change of momentum F = m A is the simple version but will not work if mass is not constant (rocket or special relativity for example)

physics
Force = rate of change of momentum = m a if mass is constant (7.88 - 8)/.04 = -3 (-5.28+5) /.04 = -7 (0 - 0 ) = 0 so yes m a = .140 (do it in kg) * that a vector

physics
Now wait a minute. If friction wins, you do not move it in any direction. Again in number two, imagine. If you caught the ball at the top, the time is all spent getting up. If you tossed the ball off your roof, most of the time would be spent going down. So d) Time to reach ma...

physics
a = change in v/ change in t = -5/1.4 = -3.57 m/s^2 so F = m a = 6(-3.57) = - 21.4 Newtons The friction force will be larger because proportional to the normal force (eight) F = -21.4 (9/6) = -32.1 Newtons friction force F = m a a = -32.1 / 9 = 3.57 m/s^2 so same time, 1.4 sec...

Physics
You add the final VERTICAL velocity and the constant horizontal velocity as vectors. You can find the direction with trig if you wish, but the vector components imply direction as well as magnitude. For example V = u i + v j where u is the horizontal velocity component v is th...

physics
The vertical velocity is 0 at the top v = Vi - 9.81 t 0 = 5.25 - 9.81 t t = .535 second to the top h = 0 + Vi t - 4.9 t^2 h = 5.25 (.535) - 4.9 (.535^2) h = 1.40 meter alternate and faster way: (1/2) m v^2 = m g h [ conservation of energy ] h = v^2/2g = 5.25^2/19.6 = 1.40 meter

Physics
sure If you stand on frictionless ice (good luck), your weight is still held up by the ice.

Algebra
multiply by 1.10 every month

physics
How long to fall ? 54 = (1/2) g t^2 108 = 9.81 t^2 t = 3.32 seconds in the air, screaming and wishing for parachute In 3.32 seconds we went 130 meters at constant horizontal velocity u 130 = t (3.32) t = 39.2 m/s so now convert that to miles/hr. (Google). 87.7 miles/hr it says

physics
260,000 m/h * 1 h /3600 s = 72.2 m/s = Vinitial average speed during deceleration = 72.2 / 2 = 36.1 m/s goes 1500 m at 36.1 m/s 1500/36.1 = 41.5 seconds

statistics
3 a Yes, 5/15 = 1/3 3 b just add 5/15 + 3/15 = 8/15 3 c p what are chances of d then a then g ? 5/15 * 7/14 * 3/13 = .03846153 d then g then a ? 5/15 * 3/14 * 7/13 = same etc a then d then g a then g then d g then d then a g then a then d six ways in total, each .03846153 so m...

statistics
for 2 use : http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html

NEED HELP WITH CALC
Yes, you do ds/dt = -.02 s ds/s = -.02 dt ln s = -.02 t + c e^ln s = s = e^(c-.02t) = e^c e^-.02 t e^c = C any old constant in the general solution s = C e^-.02 t when t = 0, s = Si the initial amount so s/Si = e^-.02 t BUT that is P, the fraction remaining so we have part a b...

Algebra
2 sqrt (3) * 4 sqrt (3 * 7) = 8 sqrt (3*3*7) = 8*3 * sqrt (7) = 24 sqrt (7)

Physics
I assume you mean approaching FROM south for example, so moving north momentum 1500 * 9 N = 13500 N momentum 700 * 15 E = 10500 E final mass = 1500 + 700 = 2200 2200 v cos (heading ) = 13500 2200 v sin (heading)= 10500 tan heading = 10500/13500 heading = 37.9 degrees east of n...

Physics
East 5.9 + 2.4 cos 20 = 8.16 north 2.4 sin 20 + .5 = 1.32 d^2 = 8.16^2 + 1.32^2 tan heading = 8.16/1.32 heading east of north = 80.8 deg or heading north of east = 90-80.8 = 9.19 deg

physics
a = change in V/change in time = 40/10 = 4 m/s^2

linear algebra
http://www.gregthatcher.com/Mathematics/GaussJordan.aspx

World Geography
I am very glad Ms Sue answered this because I would have found it necessary to write a book on the subject :) Visions of lateen rigged ships crossing the Indian Ocean from the Spice Islands to East Africa and the Red Sea and caravans trudging overland from the Red Sea to the N...

PreCalculus
2x + 2x + x = 200 5x = 200 Pre - Calculus, sure is.

Algebra II
f(x+h) = 5/(x+h) f(x) = 5/x [f(x+h) - f(x)]/h = [5x -5(x+h)]/[hx(x+h)] = -5 /[x(x+h) } = -5/(x^2+hx) By the way, if you take the limit of that as h--->0 then you are a calculus student and you just found the derivative d/dx (5/x) = -5/x^2

Algebra II
1/(x-a) the domain is all real numbers EXCLUDING x = a where the function is undefined.

Suspect typo
I bet it was 0.4 ohm internal resistance.

algebra
He is asking the same questions over and over again without trying to do them.

algebra
.2 n + 1 n = well, this time it is one of the answers you listed.

algebra
4 n + 7 n = now I did the last one, you finish this one. By the way, none of those answers.

algebra
7 n - 4 n = 30 3 n = 30 n = 10

algebra
-2x + 7x - 2x = -7 + 2

Algebra 2
I think you may mean 5^(n-1) try y = 103 * 5^(n-1) when n = 1, y = 103 * 5^0 = 103 when n = 2, y = 103*5^1 = 103*5 when n = 3, y = 103*5^2 = 103*5*5 etc

math
originally when n = 0, y = 5 after one month, n = 1 and we should have ten so y = 5 * 2^n after 42 months y = 5 * 2^42

Probability
Draw a Venn diagram say we have 100 items 75 are in A or B (25 are outside) 15 are in B 2 of those are also in A (intersection you mean I think) so 13 are exclusively in B That means 75 - 13 = 62 are in A 62/100 = .62

Probability
H H H H H H H T H H T T H T T T T T T T

Physics
a) No true a) the same as b) but impulse = F dt = delta (mv) F dt = 120 N * 10 s = 1200 N s The change of momentum is M (final velocity - 0) so 1200 N s = M (8 m/s) so M = 150 N s^2/m which is 150 kg note N force =Mass (m/s^2) so N s^2/m = M in kilograms 8 m =

first what then what ?
missing input

physics
pi r^2 = area = .25 pi = .785 m^2 area * speed = volume/second .785 m^2 * 1.2 m/s = .942 m^3/s times 3600 seconds /hr = 3393 m^3/hr

physics
(1/2) rho v^2 = rho g h v = sqrt (2 g h ) = sqrt (2*9.81*1.38) which is exactly what would happen if you just dropped a rock that distance or see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bernoulli%27s_principle

physics
77.9 = 10 log I/10^-12 = log I/10^-11 7.79 = log (I*10^12) 10^7.79 = I * 10^12 6.17 * 10^7 = I * 10^12 I = 6.67 * 10^-5 W/m^2

EXCEL 2010 (again)
I just tried =sum(C3:C9)/7 and it worked

physics
1) do it the same way I did the previous question 1 2) (bottom derivative top - top derivative bottom ) / bottom squared ( x^4 * 0 - 1*4x^3 )/x*8 = - 4 /x^5 3) x^2 cos x - sin x (2x) you finish

physics
1) 0 + 5 + 21 x^2 2) tan x (d cos^2 x /dx)+ cos^2 x d tan x / dx = tan x (-2 sin x cos x) + cos^2 x (sec^2 x) = -2 sin^2 x + 1

physics
Use parentheses to show what is numerator and what is denominator.

Math
1600 grams/3000 grams

physics
Hey, I told you how to do these yesterday except number 4 which is incomprehensible without adding parentheses and telling me what is u and what is du. Come on, we are volunteers here. integral x^4 dx = (1/5) x^5 + c integral 1 dx = x + c sum = (1/5) x^5 + x + c

PHYSICS
Come to think of it, anywhere at equinox you will have three hours light and three hours dark

PHYSICS
angular momentum remains the same. I2 omega 2 = I1 omega 1 I = constant * m R^2 If m2 = m1 and R2 = .5 R1 then m R2^2 = .25 m R1^2 and I2 = (1/4) I1 (1/4)I1 omega2 = I1 omega1 omega2 = 4 omega1 T2 = (1/4) T1 day is 6 hours long instead of 24 so at the equator at equinox we hav...

maths trigonometry
tan T = 8/7 = sin T/cos T 8 cos T = 7 sin T ----------------------------- (1+cos T)(1-cosT) __________________ (1-sin T) (1+sin T) that is easy 1 - cos^2 T ____________ (1 - sin^2 T) but 1-cos^2 = sin^2 and 1 - sin^2 = cos ^2 so sin^2 T/cos^2 T = tan^2 T = 8^2/7^2 = 64/49

math
602234

math
987431

math
LOL, nah 0.500005

Algebra can you give me direction
on your graph paper put a big dot on the point where x = 3 and y = 5 now go right 2 and up 1 to x = 5 and y = 6 in other words(5,6) make another big dot there draw a line of infinite length through the two dots :) if you want the equation then y = m x + b 5 = (1/2)(3) + b

Health
http://www.webmd.com/bipolar-disorder/guide/bipolar-2-disorder bipolar 2

Chemistry
CaO + CO2 --> CaCO3 atomic masses Ca = 40 O = 16 C = 12 so CaO is 40 + 16 = 56 grams/mol 28/56 = .5 mol so we get .5 mol of CaCO3 CaCO3 = 40 + 12 + 48 = 100 grams/mol so we get 50 grams of CaCO3

probability
Binomial distribution p(success) = .9 1-p = .1 P(29 out of 30) = C(30,29) * .9^29 * .1^1 C(30,29) = 30! / [ 1! (29!) ] = 30 so 30 * .9^29 * .1 = .1413

physics
1. is integral x^4 dx + integral x dx 2. same deal, split into sum of two integrals integral of cot^2 x = (-1/x)cot x - x 3. yet again cos*sin/cos = cos :) cos * 1/cos = 1 :) 4. I think you have a typo and I do not know what is u and what is du or actually what is in the origi...

Physics
calculate I of solid disc omegai = 90 rev/min * 2 pi rad/rev * 1 min/60 s = 9.42 radians/second Ke = (1/2) I omegai^2 at start, zero at finish Torque = 4 R = 4*.34 newton meters alpha = Torque/I omega = omegai - alpha t omega = 0 at finish so t = omegai/alpha which is time to ...

typo
Huh?

Physics
mg = 83.8*9.81 = 822.1 N so Fdown = 822.1-109.1 = 713 a = F/m = 713/83.8 = 8.51 m/s^2 v = a t h = (1/2) a t^2 25 = (1/2)(8.51) (v/8.51)^2 50 (8.51) = v^2 v = 20.6 m/s

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