# Posts by Damon

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**20/15 in lowest terms.Express your answer mixed n**

divide top and bottom by 5 4/3 = 3/3 + 1/3 = 3+1/3 = 3 1/3

**Math**

6 out of 20 do not like it. 6/20 = 30/100 or 30%

**mathematical literacy**

2 of cement 2 of lime 2*5 = 10 of sand 2 of water

**history please help! Check my answers!**

Flowers are major, and are only in the third choice, so yes, right.

**math**

ah 40,000 (1.07)^2

**math**

h = 9 - (x+3)^2 = 9 - x^2 -6 x - 9 = -x^2 - 6x slope = dh/dx = -2x -6 zero when x = -3 curvature = d^2h/dx^2 = -2 so that is a maximum then what is h? -x^2 - 6 x = -x (x+6) when x = -3 3 (3) = 9 which we could have said in the beginning because x^2 is always + so 9-x^2 is ...

**PHYSICS**

u = 1.12 forever Vi =initial vertical velocity = 0 v = Vi - 9.81 t h = Hi + Vi t - 4.9 t^2 h = 27.8 - 4.9 t^2 0 = 27.8 - 4.9 t^2 so t = sqrt (27.8/4.9) use that t to get horizontal range x = 1.12 t

**physics**

t cos 52 = (24/2)9.81 = 12*9.81

**History - please check my answers**

1. I would include the check on gov power 2. The First amendment is about Congress NOT MAKING A LAW ABRIDGING the right of the people peaceably to assemble. I am not aware of anything about public versus private property in the First Amendment, although there is case law on ...

**calculus**

64 = (4/3)pi R^3 from that find R dV = surface area * dR (easy way :) so dV/dt = 4 pi R^2 dR/dt 20 in^3/min = 4 pi R^2 dR/dt solve for dR/dt

**Calculus review**

arc tan t where t = x^2 so arc tan x^2 (it is how fast the area is changing at the right side of the area, the high limit of t)

**Geometry**

Diameter = 4' radius = 2' = 24 inches Area = pi r^2 = 576 pi in^2

**Math**

r+4 = 2(a+4) or r - 2a = 4 You need to know something more.

**maths**

(5/8)(152) = 5*19 = 95

**Physics**

does the water just stop or continue moving with the child? it it continues moving on the child for an instant, you have 90 kg, not 30

**Math**

Do + Da = 41 Do + 5 = 2(Da+5) 41 - Da + 5 = 2 Da + 10 etc

**Math**

LOL, subtract 3 from the answers to the question above.

**physics**

luckily a right triangle with legs of 3 and 4 has a hypotenuse of 5 so there is no need to use c^2 = a^2 + b^2 to get the magnitude. The cosine of the angle south of west is 3/5 so the angle is 53.13 degrees south of west which is 180 + 53.13 degrees counterclockwise from the ...

**physics**

west = 2.5 km south = 10 km magnitude = sqrt(6.25 +100) tan of angle south of west = 10/2.5 = 4 angle south of west = 76 degrees south of west

**Math - Derivatives**

dy/dx = x^3 +2x^2 -5x +6 = 12 x^3 + 2 x^2 - 5x -6 = 0 x = -3 , -1 , +2 http://www.wolframalpha.com/widgets/view.jsp?id=b858339e64fa997454dd12f77cb1ece1

**physics**

32 s more,

**Math 8th grade**

well six one hours plus 2 half hours = 7 hours

**Algebra**

.5 D + 1 B </= 6

**Math**

T = L + 19 T + 4 = 2 (L+4) =================== L+19 + 4 = 2 L + 8 L = 15 T = 34

**Oh maybe it means**

does not do 40 for the whole 20 sec, but only for 20 - 4 = 16 s so 100 + 40*16 = 640 + 80 = 820 ..... not a choice though.

**physics**

The trick is to use average speed for a time of constant acceleration v = Vi + a t Vf = final v = Vi + a t Vf -Vi = a t so a = (Vf -Vi)/t d = Vi t + .5 a t^2 d = Vi t + .5 (Vf-Vi)t^2/t d = Vi t -.5 Vi t + .5 Vf t d = .5(Vi+Vf) t BUT .5(Vi+Vf) IS the average speed during ...

**physics**

average 20 for first 5 so 100 m go 40 for 20 s so 800 more now brake average 20 for 4 = 80 980 so I agree

**math**

What does full mean? Multiply by 3 every day? That is called geometric sequence http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/sequences-sums-geometric.html Say A is amount on day 1 then on day 12 you have A(3)^11 and on day 4 you have A(3)^3 3^11/3^3 = 3^8 = 6561 so you have 6561 times as...

**World history**

LOL, I guess you would not have a list of answer choices for this. In fact this requires at least a bookcase full of history texts and research papers and I am not sure how to do anything but point you to a few web sites. I guess start with the rivers (Tigris and Euphrates) ...

**Math**

-3 / (1/2) = -3(2/1) = -6/1 = -6

**Maths**

common multiple 5 2*2*2 2*2*3 need 5 2 2 2 3 120

**Math**

lol, square has at least 4 how many does a circle have ? ;)

**Maths**

alpha^.5 = [b +sqrt(b^2-4c)]/2 beta^.5 = [b -sqrt(b^2-4c)]/2 alpha =(1/4) [ b^2 +2bsqrt(b^2-4c)+b^2-4c] beta =(1/4) [ b^2 -2bsqrt(b^2-4c)+b^2-4c] alpha + beta = (1/4) [4 b^2 -8 c] = b^2 - 2 c etc ....

**physics**

10^4 km = 10^7 meters !!!! well the force on 1kg is the value of g there :) F = G * 1 * M /R^2 F =6.67*10^-11 * 6 *10^6 /(16*10^14) I think you probably have a typo

**Math**

-5 = -a+b-c dy/dx = 3 a x^2 + 2 b x + c = 4 at x = -1 so 3a - 2b + c = 4 d^2y/dx^2 = 0 = 6ax +2b = -6a+2b so b = 3 a 3 a -6a + c = 4 -5 = -a +3a -c -3a + c = +4 +2a - c = -5 ------------ 5 a = 9 etc check my arithmetic

**Math Independent & Dependent.**

the cost depends on how many c = 7 s http://nces.ed.gov/nceskids/help/user_guide/graph/variables.asp

**Calculus unit review**

draw a graph point A is (1/11) f(5) = f(1) + integral 1 to 5 (f' dx) = 11 + 9 = 20 or just say integral from 1 to 5 of (dy/dx) dx = y(5)-y(1)

**Math**

before x students 5x/8 boys and 3x/8 girls so later 3x/8 + 6 = 5x/8 3 x + 48 = 5 x 2 x = 48 so x = 24 students before x+6 = 30 after 6 girls arrived

**how many minutes**

hours = minutes/60 speed = 63 miles/those hours

**math**

1.20 x

**Math**

(7/8)(16/1) = 7*16/8 = 7*2 = 14

**Math**

hat is zero at -3, -3 , 2 ,2 , -5 the double roots mean the curve just touches the axis at: -3 and +2 when x is big positive, it is big positive when x is big negative it is big negative y = 180 when x = 0 so starts at lower left crosses x axis at x=-5 goes up then dips down ...

**Physics**

total energy is constant until it hits the ground. Potential turns to kinetic. m g h = 8 * 9.81 * 100 Joules

**History**

I am inclined to agree with you. See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Freedmen's_Bureau_bills although in practice it turned out more like B and even that was undermined by the KKK etc.

**Math - limits**

in radians sin t --> t + t^2/2! -t^3/3!..... so in radians sin t/t --->1 as t--->0 however we are doing degrees do t degrees which is (pi t/180) rad so we have sin (pi t/180) /t which becomes (pi t/180 +(pi t/180)^2/2 ... divided by t ----> pi/180 as t--->0...

**Math**

15/12 = 5/4

**Math**

agree

**Math**

1 / 3

**math**

Smith: 1 teen drinks 2/3 case / 5 weeks so 1 teen drinks 2/15 case / 1 week ===============================Jones 1 teen drinks 5/6 case / 4 weeks so 1 teen drinks 5/24 case / 1 week ======================== smith 2/15 jones 5/24 which is bigger? 15 = 3*5 24 = 3 * 8 3*8*5 = 120...

**math**

Once again 192 - 150 = 42 NOT 142

**Social studies**

ok :) Then I agree with you.

**spelling ?**

mass crowding maybe? If so yes.

**error**

192=k+54c............................. (1) 150=k+14c. ........................... (2) subtract (1) from (2) 142=40c ============================= whoops 42 not 142

**physics**

mg + mv^2/r = 1000 Newtons g = 9.81 m/s^2 v = 7.4 m/s r = 11.2 m solve for m

**statistics**

http://davidmlane.com/hyperstat/z_table.html

**Physics**

yes, true power = V i but V = i R so Power = i^2 R = V^2/R Joules per second or "Watts" Energy (or heat) = Power * time so indeed H = i^2 R t = V^2/R Joules Now how much heat do we need? H = mass * specific heat * change in temp H = 0.5 * 4.19*10^3 * 70 Joules so in ...

**Science**

x = sin (2 pi t/T) 1/2 = sin (2 pi t/24) 2 pi t/24 = pi/6 because pi/3 radians= 30 degrees and sin pi/6 = 1/2 t/12 = 1/6 t = 2

**Math**

L = 31.5 w = (4/7)31.5 = 18 p = 2 * 31.5 + 2 * 18 A = 31.5 * 18

**Science**

force = change in momentum/time 10 N = 10 kg *V / 10 s V = 10 m/s ============= or F = m a 10 = 10 a a = 1 m/s^2 v = a t v = 1*10 = 10 m/s

**physics**

v = a t 100 m/s = a ( 5 s) s = 20 m/s^2

**Physics**

By the way, GOOGLE Archimedes

**Physics**

weight in water = WW Newtons weight in air = WA Newtons mass = WA/9.81 kilograms (if your scale reads in kilograms, multiply by 9.81 m/s^2 on earth to get Newtons) difference = WA-WW = buoyant force = volume*density of water * 9.81 density of water = 1,000 kg/m^3 so difference...

**algebra**

typo maybe?

**algebra**

you have 0k so you can not solve for k

**physics**

a = dv/dt = 6.24 so v = constant + 6.24 t at t = 0, v = Vi so v = Vi + 6.24 t 9.36 = Vi + 6.24 * .44

**Math**

think ! 1. It starts in 1990 at 1,000,000 2. it DECREASES and you meant to the POWER t, not times t a k^t not a k t to check at 2010, t = 20 years y = 1,000,000* .98^20 ?

**order does matter, typo by me**

Write the number of permutations in factorial form, then simplify. How many differnet ways can you and four of your friends sit in the backseat of a limousine? A. 4!;24 b.4!120 C.5! 120 D. 5! 720 There are 5 of you. Order does matter so permutations of 5 taken 5 at a time 5! =...

**PLLZ!PLLZ help with math quick!!!!!**

Ariel wants to choose 5 players for her basketball team. There are 7 players to choose from.How many different teams can Ariel make? A. 21 B.32 c.42 D.56 =============================== combinations in grade seven? C(n,r) = n!/[r!(n-r)!] = 7!/[5!(2!)] = 7*6/2 =21...

**enough already**

I already answered most of these.

**Math**

24 x^2 = 3*4.5 = 13.5 x^2 =13.5/24 so x^2 = .5625 feet^2 *144 in^2/ft^2 = 81 inches^2 so 9 inches on a side

**Algebra**

sketch graph at x = -oo it goes to -oo at x = -1 it is +6 at x = 0 it is-2 at x = +oo it is +oo SO it crosses the x axis three times, three real roots

**Math PROBABILITY part 1**

3/36 = 1/12 are less than 4 1,1 1,2 2,1 ================== IF you mean < or = 4 THEN 6/36 = 1/6

**Math PROBABILITY part 1**

1 though 6 horizontal and 1 - 6 verrtical chat 36 possible rools 9 have up two odd 9/36 = 1/4 so I bet B

**Math PROBABILITY part 1**

4/9 + 7/18 + x = 18/18 15/18 + x = 18/18 x = 3/18 = 1/6 which is a

**Math PROBABILITY part 1**

yes, 5/8 yes 4/9 next, problems

**PHYSICS**

1.3*.4 = .52 .7*.4 = .28 total distance = .8 total time = 1.1 av speed = .8/1.1 = .73 m/s

**math plzzz help quick**

You are welcome.

**math plzzz help quick**

2x = y-14 so -4x = -2(y-14) = -2y + 28 use that for -4x in equation 2 (-2y+28) - y = 4 -3 y = -24

**physics**

Vi = 14 a = -3.3 v = Vi + a t at stop, v = 0 0 = 14 - 3.3 t 3.3 t = 14 for half time if t = 7/3.3 v = 14 - 3.3 (7/3.3) v = 14 - 7 = 7 on the nose then

**math plzzz help quick**

rewrite first one x = y -11 use that for x in the second one y + 7 = -2(y-11) y + 7 = -2 y + 22 3 y = 15 y = 5

**Algebra**

divide by factor (x+2) (x^3 – 3x^2 – 6x + 8)/(x+2) = x^2-5x+4 which is (x-4)(x-1) so 4 and 1

**electricity**

15 = 60R/(60+R) 900 + 15 R = 60 R 45 R = 900

**Physics**

m v^2/R = 600 0.8 v^2/0.9 = 600

**modern worl studies connexus**

6 NO WAY!!! 9 Canada has its own monarch ??? First I heard of it, and I row against them up there in Nova Scotia.

**math**

4 works for 1, 4 or 4 people 6 works for 1, 2 , 3 or 6 people

**math**

READ That was the CHECK James is 48

**math**

Jo + 5 = Ja/3 Jo - 3 = Ja/6 -------------- subtract 0 + 8 = Ja(1/3 - 1/6) Ja (2/6-1/6) = 8 Ja = 6*8 = 48 =========================== check Ja = 48 Jo = 3 + Ja/6 = 3 + 8 = 11 then 11+5 = ??? 48/3 16 = 16 sure enough

**need info**

Please type entire problem. Without knowing the density of the logs or the mass of you and your friend, no way. call log density rho call g = 9.81 m/s^2 water density = 1000 kg/m^2 mass of passengers = m n = number of logs n * .13^2 *2.2 = V, needed volume of logs 1000 g V = B...

**mechanics**

F1 = f in x direction F2 = f cos 60 in x and f sin 60 in y total x = f +f cos 60 = 1.5 f total y = f sin 60 = [sqrt3/2]f magnitude of resultant = sqrt [ 1.5^2 f^2 + 3/4 f^2 ] = f sqrt [2.25 +.75 ] = f sqrt 3

**Phycis**

(1/2 )m v^2 + m g h = 1470 so Ke = 1470 - m(9.81)25 to get a numerical answer you need to know m

**Physics**

with constant acceleration a: v = Vi + a t x = Xi + Vi t + (1/2) a t^2 here Vi = Xi = 0 so x = (1/2)at^2

**math**

Fid = Fif + 26 Fif = R-12 so R = Fif+12 Fid + Fif + R = 71 Fif+26 + Fif + Fif+12 = 71

**physics**

2.2*10^4 = mg + ma =2150(9.81+a)

**Calculus**

http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1486194050

**value**

75/3 = 25

**distance ?**

You have to know some distance in the problem. Otherwise you just have similar triangles of arbitrary size.

**maths**

well, go ahead. 30, 60, 90 triangle side opposite 30 = 5.6 sin 30 side opposite 60 = 5.6 sin 60

**Calculus**

tangent of angle above x axis = 35/42 magnitude = sqrt (42^2+35^2)

**Math**

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