Wednesday

May 25, 2016
Total # Posts: 26,283

**Statistics**

yes, p = .25 the mean better be ten/4 :) which is 2.5 This is a binomial distribution mean = n p = 10 * .25 = 2.5 (remarkable :) sigma^2 = n p (1-p) =10 (.25)(.75) = 1.875 sigma = sqrt 1.875 = 1.37
*March 27, 2016*

**physics**

v^2/R = 9.24^2/18.4 = 4.64 m/s^2 centripetal acceleration so apparent weight on road = m (g-4.64) = 1800 (9.81 - 4.64) = 9306 N
*March 27, 2016*

**physics**

http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1459109572
*March 27, 2016*

**physics**

Tension holds the weight T = 1.3 * 9.81 = 12.75 N The force on the puck is the tension, 12.75 N 12.75 = m v^2/R v^2 = 1.4 * 12.75 /.24 v = 8.63 m/s
*March 27, 2016*

**Algebra**

18 / 8 = 2.25 half lives 1 unit *(1/2)^2.25 = .210 unit left
*March 27, 2016*

**science help PLS**

because the water treatment plant may be taking water from a surface reservoir or be missing contaminants at the well field that are present in your aquifer.
*March 26, 2016*

**science help PLS**

I think A
*March 26, 2016*

**chem**

200 C = 373 K 20 C = 293 K P1 / T1 = P2 / T2 or P2 = P1 T2/T1 = 5.7 (293/373)
*March 26, 2016*

**physics**

x = xo + Vo t + (1/2) a t^2 72 = (1/2) a (36) a = 4 m/s^2 v = Vo + a t at t = 6 v = 0 + 4*6 v = 24 m/s that is initial Vo at 6 if there is no friction, it continues at 24 m/s for 6 s 24 * 6 = 144 m more
*March 26, 2016*

**math**

DRAW IT !!!!! First the triangle on the left (2,3), (8,3), (8,11) base = 6, altitude = 8 so area = 3*8 = 24 Now the right side, the hard part First rectangle (8,3)(8,11)(11,11)(11,3) that area = 3*8 = 24 subtract the triangles top and bottom top is (8,11)(11,7)(11,11) area top...
*March 26, 2016*

**math**

p good = .2 p not good = .8 this is a binomial distribution problem P(n,k) = C(n,k) p^k (1-p)^(n-k) where C(n,k) = n!/[k!(n-k)!] here for example P(10,1) = C(10,1).2^1 .8^9 C(10,1)= 10!/[1(9)!] = 10 so P(10,1) = 10 * .2 * .8^9 = .268 similarly C(10,2) = 10!/[2(8!] = 10*9/2 =45...
*March 26, 2016*

**mathematics**

Oh, I see, it is math, well check physics below.
*March 26, 2016*

**not physics**

We physicists have trouble with this sort of thing. ja + jo = 25 (ja - 8) = 2 (jo-8) ---------------------- well then ja = (25-jo) so (25 - jo - 8) = 2 jo - 16 17 - jo = 2 jo -16 3 jo = 33 jo = 11 I guess ja = 25-11 = 14 then
*March 26, 2016*

**trigonometry**

height + hypotenuse height = 10 tan 60 hypotenus = 10/cos 60 = 20 so 17.32 + 20 = 37.32 meters
*March 26, 2016*

**TRIGONOMETRY**

csc = 1/sin so sin = 1/ csc sin^2 = 1/csc^2 cos^2 = 1 - sin^2 = 1 - 1/csc^2 so tan^2 = sin^2/cos^2 = (1/csc^2)/[1-1/csc^2] tan^2 = 1/[csc^2 - 1] tan = sqrt (1/[csc^2 - 1] )
*March 26, 2016*

**math**

yes = 1.31 / 31200 = 4.2*10^-5 = .000042
*March 26, 2016*

**geometry**

I have no idea what your cone looks like but to find the volume of anything with straight sides and a pointy top multiply the base area by the height and divide by 3
*March 25, 2016*

**physics**

mu * normal force = m g normal force = m omega^2 R so m g = mu m omega^2 R mu = g/(omega^2 R) or as we could have guessed mu = gravity acceleration/centripetal acceleration mu = 9.81/[ 4.2^2 * 3.1 ]
*March 25, 2016*

**wait a minute**

I am not just going to do these for you. I already took the course back in 1955. You are the one who needs the practice. I did one, the rest are really the same. Try.
*March 25, 2016*

**Algebra 2**

y-4 = 3/(x-4) maybe?
*March 24, 2016*

**Calculus Applied Integrals**

I suppose you posted that question just to find out who here was a mathematician and who an engineer :)
*March 24, 2016*

**Calculus Applied Integrals**

LOL, consider it frozen :) Well, it would be easier to siphon it out but anyway: How much work must you do to lift that amount of water from the height of its center of mass in the tank to the top of the tank? Volume of water = pi r^2(10) = 10 pi (12.2^2) m^3 center of gravity...
*March 24, 2016*

**Math**

c </= 2,000/3
*March 24, 2016*

**Physics**

It says the cross section is square Area of square = side^2 or in this case .31cm*.31 cm or 0.0031 meter * 0.0031 meter
*March 24, 2016*

**whoa**

whoa, at the instant it vanished? dA/dt = s dh/dt as s ---> 0 and dh/dt is constant dA/dt ---> 0
*March 23, 2016*

**Physics**

dA/ds = sqrt 3 (1/2) s dA/dt = .5 sqrt 3 sds/dt but altitude h = (s/2) sqrt 3 dh/dt = .5 sqrt 3 ds/dt so ds/dt = [2/sqrt 3] dh/dt dA/dt=.5 sqrt 3*[2/sqrt 3]s dh/dt = s dh/dt evaluate when s = 17 and dh/dt = -2.3
*March 23, 2016*

**Math**

assuming the driver never sleeps: 2 day = 48 hours 400 * 48/8 = 2400 miles but if the driver drives 8 hour days and the bus stops at Holiday Inn for 16 hours a day then 400 * 2= 800 miles
*March 23, 2016*

**S.S**

I would guess C since the economy certainly did boom after the war.
*March 23, 2016*

**Social Studies**

google assembly line https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=6&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjBpsfphNfLAhUMNSYKHcZWBZ4QFghCMAU&url=https%3A%2F%2Fen.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FAssembly_line&usg=AFQjCNGUJZB6pZGxYuCLr23KrpIxQtld2Q&sig2=QbWU0rnUVGUiIBsPpZMxEg
*March 23, 2016*

**maths**

do you mean? (a+b)/(a-b) + (a-2b)(a+2b)/[(a-b)(a+b)] - (a-3b)/(a+b) if so then (a+b)^2/[(a-b)(a+b)] + (a-2b)(a+2b)/[(a-b)(a+b)] - (a-3b)(a-b)/[(a-b)(a+b)] [ a^2 + 2 a b + b^2 + a^2-4b^2 -a^2 -4 ab + 3b^2]/ [(a-b)(a+b)] = [a^2 -2ab ]/[(a-b)(a+b)] = a (a-2b)/(a^2-b^2) check ...
*March 23, 2016*

**Chemistry - Gas Laws**

p = pressure in tire = 14.7 + pgage CO2 = 12 + 32 = 44 grams/mol so 16 g = .364 mol of CO2 so n = .364 T = 295 deg K V = 3.15 Liters then p V = n R T get that p and subtract 1 atm to get gage
*March 22, 2016*

**PHYSICS! are these correct?**

3. A 5-kg box is sliding across a desk that has a coefficient of friction of 0.4. If the box is initially moving at 15 m/s, how far will the box slide before coming to rest. You MUST use the WORK/Kinetic Energy Theorem to solve this. ============================= initial ke...
*March 21, 2016*

**PHYSICS! are these correct?**

2. How much work must gravity do on a 2-kg falling object in order to take it from rest to 20 m/s? ============================ change in potential energy = m g h that goes into kinetic energy. so how far does it fall to go from 0 to 20 m/s? v = Vi + a t 20 = 0 + 9.81 t t = 2....
*March 21, 2016*

**UNITS !!!!!!!**

How much kinetic energy does a 700-gram baseball have that is travelling at 20 m/s? What would be the kinetic energy if you doubled the mass? What would be the kinetic energy if you doubled the velocity? V1= 20 m/s K1= ½ m v1^2 = ½ (0.7 kg)(20 m/s)^2 = ½ (...
*March 21, 2016*

**physics**

V = E times distance like work = force * distance 140 = 29 x x = 140/29
*March 21, 2016*

**physics**

LOL zero, cancels
*March 21, 2016*

**physics**

momentum change = m v force = rate of change of momentum = m v/t 55 * 28/.2 = 7700
*March 21, 2016*

**Physics helllppp**

108,000m/hr * 1hr/3600s = 30 m/s friction force= -.9 m g = -.9 * 9.81 m = -8.83 m F = m a -8.83 m = m a a = -8.83 m/s^2 v = Vi + a t 0 = 30 - 8.83 t t = 4 seconds
*March 21, 2016*

**Physics**

108,000m/hr * 1hr/3600s = 30 m/s friction force= -.9 m g = -.9 * 9.81 m = -8.83 m F = m a -8.83 m = m a a = -8.83 m/s^2 v = Vi + a t 0 = 30 - 8.83 t t = 4 seconds
*March 21, 2016*

**geometry**

(pi d/2)
*March 20, 2016*

**Physics**

one kg object 1 Newton pushing north 1 Newton pushing north east north components 1 + 1 cos 45 = 1 + .5 sqrt 2 = 1.707 Newtons north east components 1 sin 45 = .5 sqrt 2 = 0.707 Newtons east F = sqrt (1.707^ + .707^2) tan of angle clockwise from north (compass angle) = .707/1.707
*March 20, 2016*

**Math**

3 = 2*1.5 5 = 3 *1.666666 ..... 1.5 is not 1.6666.. so it is not geometric 3-2 = 1 5-3 = 2 so it is not arithmetic
*March 20, 2016*

**mathematics**

tan angle = 25/25 angle = 45 degrees
*March 20, 2016*

**Maths**

P(4) = C(10,4) .3^4 .7^6 C(10,4) = 10!/[4! 6!] = 10*9*8*7/[4*3*2] = 30*7 = 210 so P(4) = 210 * .3^4*.7^6 = 0.02 for the second part do that for 7 8 9 and 10 students and add results. Do not spend more that a week at it. If you get frustrated you can approximate a binomial ...
*March 20, 2016*

**Other**

Does it wink at you when you tap it with a hammer?
*March 20, 2016*

**asomaning**

To increase the temperature of one kilogram of Al one degree Kelvin or Centigrade, you must insert 900 Joules of heat energy.
*March 20, 2016*

**physics**

- mg = - .5 * 9.81 = - 4.9 Newtons the whole time if you ignore air frictional drag
*March 20, 2016*

**algebra**

Maybe means multiply first one by 7 and second one by 3 ? I doubt if they have gotten to Cramer or Gauss Jordan. 21 x + 35 y = 175 21 x + 18 y = 90 ---------------------subtract 0 x + 17 y = 85 y = 5 then x = 0
*March 20, 2016*

**physics**

n1 sin theta 1 = n2 sin theta 2 1.33 sin theta 1 = 1 sin 90 sin theta = 1/1.33 theta = 48.8 degrees That is actually the minimum angle for which total internal reflection occurs. Any less than that and it gets through
*March 20, 2016*

**gibberish ???**

Two charges on three vertices? anyway do E = k q/r^2 in the direction from each charge to the spot and add the vectors.
*March 20, 2016*

**physics**

a = 5 m/s^2 v = Vi + a t 25 = 10 + 5 t
*March 20, 2016*

**math**

y = k x^n maybe ? if y = x^2 then n = 2 if y = x^3 then n = 3
*March 20, 2016*

**Physics**

If there is no net force, there is no net acceleration and velocity is constant. Force = rate of change of momentum F = m A if m is constant
*March 19, 2016*

**sir damon help on these as well co-ordinate**

It is a square root sign I suspect and it is not showing up in your font. Her answer is the same as mine.
*March 19, 2016*

**sir damon help on these as well co-ordinate**

30 degrees above negative y axis y = 3 sin 30 = 1.5 x = - 3 cos 30 = -3 (sqrt 3)/2 ( -1.5 sqrt 3 , + 1.5 )
*March 19, 2016*

**math series**

1/(3*1) + 1/(4*2) + 1/(5*3) + 1/(6*4) 1/[(n+2)n] or 1/(n^2+2n)
*March 19, 2016*

**no idea**

I do not know what sort of harmonic series that is. None I know of.
*March 19, 2016*

**Math**

neither, I am not trying to fit that with a line. You might try point - slope but it will not fit very well. Your data is too bumpy to fit well with a straight line.
*March 19, 2016*

**Math**

up, down, up, down could try a polynomial (a x^4 + b x^3 etc...) but they are dangerous when you try to continue them out because they go to infinity for big t maybe a sine wave with an up trend? the domain is 2005 to 2015 the range is 2.25 to 3.51 price = a t + b sin( 2 pi t/...
*March 19, 2016*

**English**

bitte
*March 19, 2016*

**English**

Three and slimy describe nouns, snails, so they are adjectives. "nearby" describes a verb, crept, so it is an adverb.
*March 19, 2016*

**11th grade physics**

A - ROTFL - everything is equal and opposite to everything else B - now we have a problem the two on the same side cancel each other but the two on the opposite charge try to push away at 90 degrees to the side distance from each = sqrt (a^2 + .25 a^2) = a sqrt (5/4) component...
*March 19, 2016*

**Grammer**

.... but I agree that it is usually grammar :)
*March 19, 2016*

**Prob**

well lets figure out probability of all ones, then multiply by 6 1/6 * 1/6 * 1/6 = 1/6^3 now probability of three of any old number is 6/6^3 = 1/36 40/36 = $1.11111 but long term the house should come out ahead :) so $1.12
*March 19, 2016*

**baliga**

divide 3*10^8 meters/second by 1.4 It is ALWAYS less than in a vacuum !
*March 19, 2016*

**math**

.75 * 60 = .3 x x = .75 * 60 / .3 = 150
*March 19, 2016*

**huh?**

I do not understand your notation. What is po3-4 ????
*March 19, 2016*

**Prob/Stats**

p eat = .44 p not eat = .56 p that k say yes (binomial) P(17/k) = C(17,k) .44^k .56(17-k) where C(17,k) = 17!/[k!(17-k)!] do that for k = 8 through 17 and add OR approximate binomial expansion with normal distribution mean = n p = .44 * 17 = 7.48 sigma^2 = 17(.44)(.56) = 4.19...
*March 19, 2016*

**math**

.7 * 225 = 157.50 so no no 70% of original is 30% OFF original
*March 19, 2016*

**mathematics**

Huh Mauricio ????
*March 19, 2016*

**mathematics**

sketch it first length QR = 10 NOTE - perpendicular to x axis so altitude along x axis altitude from P to QR is along x axis and of length 9-3 = 6 so area = (1/2)(6)(10) = 30
*March 19, 2016*

**binomial expansion help!!!**

He said: Actually, just consider the definition of T. Take a peek here, and it should be clear, since the arc length is just ∫ ds = ∫ |dr/dt| dt 88888888888888888888888888 In other words the tangent is along the curve so if you integrate the tangent along the curve...
*March 19, 2016*

**binomial expansion help!!!**

You are welcome.
*March 19, 2016*

**binomial expansion help!!!**

(n+1)n(n-1)(n-2)/24 = 6 k is (n+1)n [(n-1)(n-2) ]= 72 * 2 k BUT [(n-1)(n-2)] = 2 k so (n+1) n = 72
*March 19, 2016*

**binomial expansion help!!!**

(1+x)^(n+1) = 1^(n+1) + (n+1)1^n x + (n-1)(n-2)/2 1^(n-1)x^2 + (n+1)n(n-1)/6 1^(n-2) x^3 +(n+1)n(n-1)(n-2)/24 1^(n-3)x^4 huum (n+1)n(n-1)(n-2)/24 = 6 k (1+x)^(n-1) = 1^(n-1) + (n-1)1^(n-2) x + (n-1)(n-2)1^(n-3)/2 * x^2 so (n-1)(n-2)/2 = k (n-1)(n-2) = 2 k so (n+1)n (2k)/24 = 6...
*March 19, 2016*

**Math**

they have 4/5 2/5 and 2/5 3/5 and 1/5 1/5 and 3/5 or many others like if we say 4/5 = 8/10 or even 16/20 1/10 and 7/10 etc :)
*March 19, 2016*

**math**

3/4 cup / 1/4 tbsp = 3 cups / 1 tbsp
*March 19, 2016*

**Phys 2425**

between wires field is down from one of them and up from the other The B from a wire times 2 pi * distance from the wire is proportional to the current through so 1/2pir = 2/ 2pi(2 -r) 2 r = 2 - r 3 r = 2 r = .66666666667 cm :)
*March 18, 2016*

**Pre algebra**

2 w = L/2 or L = 4 w perimeter = 2(L+w) = 2( 5 w) = 10 w = 10 so w = 1 L = 4
*March 18, 2016*

**Physics**

momentum = m v = .025 * 300 stops in .03 meters average speed during stop = 150 m/s time to stop = .03 meters/150 m/s force = change in momentum/time = .025 * 300 / (.03/150) = 37,500 N do B the same way
*March 18, 2016*

**math**

a + b + c = 408 b = c + 7 so c = b-7 b = a + 5 a + (a+5) + (a+5-7) = 408 3 a + 3 = 408 a + 1 = 136 a = 135
*March 17, 2016*

**mAth**

You are welcome.
*March 17, 2016*

**mAth**

[ (x-2.6)/0.3 ] 3 = -48 (x-2.6)/0.3 = -16 x - 2.6 = -4.8 x = -2.2
*March 17, 2016*

**math**

4/5 * 3/4 * 2/3 = what was left in the end = .4 of original is left at the end call original amount 1 then youngest gets .2 that leaves .8 then middle gets .8/4 = .2 as well that leaves .6 oldest gets .6/3 = .2 ROTFL !!!
*March 16, 2016*

**algebra**

short leg = x long leg = x+8 hypotenuse = 2x-8 so { 2(x-4) }^2 = x^2 + (x+8)^2 4 (x^2 - 8 x + 16)= x^2+x^2+16x+64 4x^2 -32 x + 64 = 2 x^2 +16 x + 64 2 x^2 -48 x = 0 x = 0 works but x = 24 ******************* check 24 , 32 , 40 or /8 3 , 4, 5 LOL yes, right triangle
*March 16, 2016*

**Geometry**

As the problem is stated, of course they will because as it rises the horizontal distance from the pivot point at the ground decreases. If the wires are exactly above the tip of the bean at 60 deg, then they will be closer to the pivot point at more than 60deg Therefore I ...
*March 16, 2016*

**Math**

12 * 20 * 7 * 8
*March 14, 2016*

**physics 11th class**

m g h / t
*March 14, 2016*

**ratios/algebra**

8/5 = 64/x 40
*March 14, 2016*

**Physics**

heat to melt + heat to raise 10 deg = m * heat of fusion + m *specific heat * (10-0)
*March 14, 2016*

**Math**

t = k L/n 6 = k 4/100 so k = 150 t = 150 (16/160) = 15 weeks
*March 11, 2016*

**Chemistry**

only if you know the molar mass of each and the balanced equation so you can see how many moles and therefore grams of A are needed to react with B. So in general, No
*March 11, 2016*

**Math**

it was evidently launched straight up in which case: h(t) = 73.5 + 9.8 t - (1/2)g t^2 g is about 9.81 m/s^2 so h(t) = 73.5 + 9.8 t - 4.9 t^2 at ground, h(t) = 0 so 0 = 4.9 t^2 - 9.8 t - 73.5 and yes you can take 4.9 out approximately 0 = t^2 - 2 t -15 (t-5)(t+3) = 0 t = 5 seconds
*March 11, 2016*

**Algebra**

F = k m g v^2/R (actually k g = 1 because v^2/R is centripetal acceleration) anyway 400 = k (1600) 50^2/800 so k(1600) = 800 * 400 /2500 F = k (1600) 60^2 /600 F = 800*400 *3600 /{2500*600) = (8/6)(36/25)*400 = (4/3)(36)(16) = 768 pounds
*March 11, 2016*

**huh?**

pi r^2 = 3.14 * 64 ft^2
*March 11, 2016*

**Science**

14 agree 15 I suppose but just the word "vital" would do. Depends on what your text says. These questions stink. 16 yes (and that gives away the earlier question :) 17 Heat? Depends on what your particular text says again. 18 yes, evaporates 19 consumer ? 20 yes, ...
*March 11, 2016*

**Science**

8 no idea, check your text for screwy comparison 9 yes d eats plants and fish 10 c yes I suspect 11 I bet on a 12 b I think but minor effect 13 a yes
*March 11, 2016*

**Science**

7 d I think, no light
*March 11, 2016*

**Science**

1 yes 2 no idea what they are getting at. Merry go round correct for physics, not biology 3 c yes 4 yes, came on Mayflower :) 5 c yes 6 c yes
*March 11, 2016*