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interesting perhaps relevant
I just ran into a story about Neanderthals in Europe which might be relevant :) I hope others can open it: http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/crux/2017/01/24/neanderthals-underrated-genius/?utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=News0_DSC_170126_000000_Final%...

earlier discussion
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1485466841#1485466841.1485473989

Needs attention from Social Science teacher
I tried but not my thing :)

social
link: http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/a/amercians.asp I think you are doing fine with it. The immigrant Europeans are assuming that because they have gunpowder they are more important and valuable. They offer the locals something of no value in return for centuries of ...

Physics-Momentum
initial momentum = 1500*15+2500*9 final momentum = -1500*2 + 2500 x initial = final :) 15*15+25*9 = 25x - 30 25 x = 225+30+225 = 480 x = 19.2 =============== check 45,000 = 45,000 ok

Math
20 inches/305 feet = 20 inches/3660 inches = 1 inch/183 inches or 1 inch/15.25 ft

Trig
You mean for the slope of that line? y = -4x slope = -4 in quadrant 2 x = -1 y = 4 hypotenuse = sqrt(17) sin = 4/sqrt17 cos = -1/sqrt17 tan =-4 in quadrant 4 x = 1 y=-4 h = sqrt 17 again sin = -4/sqrt17 cos = 1/sqrt17 tan = -4 again

Math
easier to factor top and bottom that way

Math
That is why I wrote 45 not 4.5 and 2700

Math
45 inches/2700 miles = .01666.....inch/mile or 5 inches/300 miles or 1 inch / 6 miles :)

math
8x + 24 = 8(x+3)

Trig
1/cos T = -5 cos T = -1/5 = -0.20 the absolute value is between 0 and 1 so sure, in quadrant two or three about 101 degrees or 360-101 =259 degrees

Evaluating algebraic expressions
Hey, draw number lines !

Evaluating algebraic expressions
http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1485468814

Evaluating algebraic expressions
46 > 42 46 is to the right of 42 on your number line. if you move left n units from each, 46 - n is still to the right of 42 - n

Math
(4x + 5)(7x + 7) = 28x^2+63x+35 (10x+10)(2x + 6) = 20x^2+80x+60 ---------------subtract---------- 8x^2 -17 x -25 = remaining roof which is (8x-25)(x+1)

Math
she doubled speed so took half the time ! half of 50 minutes is 25 minutes

Math please check
assume you mean: [ f(4)-f(2) ] / (2) f(x) = x(2-x) if x = 4 4(2-4) = -8 if x = 2 2(2-2) = 0 so we have -8/2 = -4

social studies political cartoon
http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/a/amercians.asp

social studies political cartoon
... and then arrogantly named a sport team after them.

math
coat = .5m+2 remainder = m -.5m-2 = .5m-2 dress = .5(.5m-2) +3 remainder = .5m-2 -.5(.5m-2)-3=4 .5m-2-.25m+1-3 = 4 .25 m -4 = 4 .25 m = 8 m = 32 ================== now try that coat = 16+2 = 18 left with 32-18 = 14 dress = 7+3 = 10 left with 4 whew !!

Applied Calculus
oh, since this is calculus and not physics: d^2h/dt^2 = -9.81 so dh/dt = -9.81 t + constant at t = 0, v = Vi so dh/dt = Vi -9.81 t then h = Vi t -(1/2)9.81 t^2 + constant h = Hi when t = 0 so h = Hi + Vi t -4.9 t^2

Applied Calculus
a. Vi = 5 v = Vi - 9.8 t v = zero at top t = 5/9.81 seconds to top b. h = Hi + Vi t -4.9 t^2 = 25+ 5 t - 4.9 t^2 c. 0 = 25 + 5 t - 4.9 t^2 solve quadratic for t use the positive t the negative t is before you threw it :) d. again v = Vi - 9.81 t v = 5 - 9.81*t use t from part ...

Trig
cot = 1/tan = cos/sin csc = 1/sin so cot = csc*cos cos = sqrt(1-sin^2) cot = 3.589142*sqrt(1-1/3.589142^2) =3.447019 or 3.45

physics
1.38*2pi radians/s = 8.67 8.67^2(.139) = 10.4 m/s^2 or about one g Humm, why not leave it sitting in the collander ?

physics
Va^2/140 =Vb^2/295 Va^2/Vb^2 = 140/295 Va/Vb = sqrt(140/295)

physics
distance = 2 pi r = 2 pi*2660 meters speed v = 2 pi 2660/200 meters/s Ac = v^2/r

Algebra 1
-3x + 2y = +11 +3x - 4y = -19 --------------- add 0 -2 y = -8 y = 4 then -3 x + 8 = 11 3x= -3 x = -1

Geography please help
Usually associated with Buddhism but also is part of Hinduism

science
one mol of H2S for every 2 mols of HCl 2.56/2 =1.28 That assumes of course that you put in plenty of Na2S

MATHS
http://www.purplemath.com/modules/triggrph2.htm

Physics
Gave rough beat frequency response below.

Social Studies
So I guess "mother of waters". They may not have been familiar with the bleak ocean :)

Social Studies
maybe for meaning: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarasvati_River

Very hard math
.15*75 = 11.25 sure enough

Physics
Look mainly at the low "beat" frequency. 4sin96pit + 8(sin 100pit +sin99pit) 4 sin96pit +16 sin100pitcos4pit saying 199/2 is about 100 that is about 4 sin 100 pi t [1+ 4cos 2 pi t] the low beat frequency is max when 2 pi t = 0, 2pi, etc min when 2 pi t = pi/2, pi/2...

math.......
distributive property of multiplication price = x tax = 0.05 x which is 5%/100 of x 1 x + .05 x = (1+.05) x = 1.05 x

Math (Octants identifying) *emergency*
Like here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octant_(solid_geometry)

Math (Octants identifying) *emergency*
1,1,1 1,1,-1 1,-1,1 1,-1,1 -1,1,1 -1,1,-1 -1,-1,1 -1,-1,-1 are all in different octants you need the sign of x y and z. They are called octants because there are 8 of them. Draw a picture.

physics
say the water is moving in x direction at 4 km/h say we swim in y direction at 3 km/h then our speed is sqrt (3^2+4^2) = 5 km/h tan angle above x axis is tan theta = 3/4 = .75

chemistry
1200 mg /200 = 6

Physics
if you want the compass angle east of north, it is 90 - that

Physics
North 150 cos 60 = 75 km N East 150 sin 60 - 100 = 29.9 km E distance = sqrt(75^2+29.9^2) tan angle north of east = 75/29.9

calculus
No need for L'Hopital 16-x^2 = (4-x)(4+x) so you really have: (4-x) at x = -4 4-(-4) = 8

enough
You are wasting your time and ours. Please take the course before you try to do the problems.

Trigonometry with right triangles
If you were taking geometry, you would be in serious trouble.

Trigonometry with right triangles
He did not understand my reply to the last question either. He clearly has not studied the material yet.

Some basic concept of chemistry
http://www.lagoonsonline.com/laboratory-articles/normality.htm

Physical Sciences
Google diamond. I think you will find that it is pure Carbon, C. The carbon atoms are arranged in a crystal structure under high temp and pressure.

Pseudocode
20*1.05 = 21 or do it the hard way 20*1 + .05*20 = 20 + 1 = 21 note use of distributive property to do it fast.

geometry
1-s)(1+s) 1-s^2 1-sin^2x = cos^2x cos^2x + cos^2 (sin^2x/cos^2x) = cos^2 x + sin^2 x = 1

how far behind?
truck goes 20 t car goes 50 t 50 t - 20 t = distance behind in kilometers resulting t is in hours multiply by 3600 to get seconds

math
--- 1 2 3 4 5 6 1========1,4 2 =====2,3 3 ==3,2 4=4,1 5 6 four out of 36 = 1/9 that is one out of every nine so a once b twice c three times d 100/9 = about 11 times e 450/9 = 50 times

Math!!!!
You are welcome.

Math!!!!
Well, you do not build each piston for each cylinder. You order the piston from the auto parts store for your type of engine. It better be the same size and shape as the old one or it either will not fit the cylinder or the connecting rod or the piston rings.

Math!!!!
Ah, pistons in your car engine?

Math
links in your bike chain?

Geometry/Trig
tan 80 = 18/x so x = 18/tan 80

Dating with Radioactivity
I am not geologist but question: 3. Upside down? 4. If there is sand in the granite did the sand not already exist when the granite formed? 5. Not at all sure 7. I suspect rapid burial but read your text about it.

Geometry / Trig
well, we need the area of an equilateral triangle with sides of one cm. Then we multiply by six for altitude sin 30 = (1/2)/1 cos 30 = h/1 h=.866 so area of triangle = (1/2)(1)(.866) = .433 then multiply by six 6*.433 = 2.6 cm^2

8th grade math /lesson3/functions
Those are all arithmetic sequences above 7. is correct

8th grade math /lesson3/functions
up TEN each time 39,49,59

8th grade math /lesson3/functions
3*1+5 = 8 3*2+5 = 11 3*3+5 = 14

8th grade math /lesson3/functions
In the first one, subtract 8 each time so -2, -10 , -18

math
0.60 x = 372 so x = 372/0.60 = 3720/6

Science
Way too much H2 H2O = 2 + 16 = 18 grams/mol that is 16 g/mol of O so 8 g is 1/2 mol of O H2 is 2 g/mol so 5g is 2.6 mol, more than we need so we end up with 1/2 mol of water which is 9 grams

CHECK answers science
Yes. I might argue about #3 because Thompson's "plum pudding" model was pretty crude compared to Rutherford's model, but Thomson did have sub atomic particles.

error
last two lines d = 4.9 t^2 = 2.33 meters

physics
average speed passing window = -2 meters/.25 s = -8 ms constant acceleration = -9.81 m/s so while crossing the window v = Vi -.981t change in v while crossing window = -9.81*.25 = -2.4525 m/s half that = -1.23 m/s so v at window top = -8+1.23 = -6.77 m/s so how far did it fall...

Physics
but then 1 second * initial speed + (1/2)(4)t^2

Specify a Period on the graph
see question below this one.

Calculus
when is 5 pi x = 2 pi ???? x = 2/5

Math
8+8 + x+x = 26 2 x = 10 x = 5 but you have a typo no doubt I bet the perimeter is 260 yards.

physics
Law #1 momentum of passenger continues forward until acted upon by windshield or other force.

physics
Well, lots of things can happen but what you can count on is conservation of momentum of the overall runner, tackler, ground system. Any forces from the ground on the people can change the momentum of the merged runner-tackler system. If they were both on ice and ran into each...

Math
4 2/3 = 14/3 divide by 5 14/15

Calculus
If it is a horizontal line the slope is zero. y = a constant (y-y1)/(x-x1) = 0 y - y1 = 0 y = y1 put in the given y y = -9

Yoruba
If you just want the word for sun: http://www.wordhippo.com/what-is/the/yoruba-word-for-22fa6121da96f43a106e413e65d4f9089c53824c.html

Geometry
http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/geometry-solids/cone.php

Geometry
do not do that Lillylove volume of sphere = (4/3)pi r^3

School
oh my, schools, unions, Planned Parenthood .....

School
Yes, I bet she was very busy. http://democracywise.syr.edu/?p=3939

School
I do not see anything written about her in the last couple of days, but judging by her history in government I bet she had a very busy weekend, perhaps in Washington.

School
Councilor at large, Syracuse, NY ? Google her name

Math
You are welcome.

Math
60% of them :) .6*70 = 6*7 = 42

algebra
should look like 11 x^2 - 28 x -480 = 0 (11x+60)(x-8) = 0

you try first
This time you try first and show work. Same method.

math
aaarrrrggh too many of these, use: http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/sequences-sums-arithmetic.html

author?
Try to google story "knife" LOL

math
straight up and down, (Y2-Y1)/(x2-x1) = (Y2-Y1)/ 0 undefined

math
compounds 24 times a year so r = .03/24 = 0.00125 per period 25 years = 25*24 = 600 periods A = 10,000 * 1.00125^600 = 10,000 * 2.116008731 = $21,160.09

Science
6 volt battery resistance of 8 ohms I assume the resistors are also in series i = 6/8 = 3/4 = 0.75 amps

algebra
x^2 + (x+6)^2 = (x+12)^2 x^2+ x^2+ 12 x + 36 = x^2 +24 x +144 x^2 - 12 x - 108 = 0 108 is 6*18 for example (x-18)(x+6) = 0 try x = 18 then x+6 = 24 and x+12 = 30 ===================== check 18^2 + 24^2 = 30^2 ???????? 324 + 576 = 900 whew !

Ethics
Actually from a maximum utility benefit/cost point of view, I should think B would be the winner.

Geometry
length scale = 4/17 area scale = 4^2/17^2 = 16/289 vol scale = 4^3/17^3 = 64/4913 x^3/y^3 = 1728/343 volume ratio x^2/y^2 = 576/y^2 area ratio x/y =(1728/343)^(1/3) = 5.0379^(1/3) = 1.7143 length ratio so x^2/y^2 = 1.7143^2 = 2.939 so 2.939 = 576/y^2 y^2 = 196 meters^2

Geometry help
You are welcome.

Geometry help
for anything with a pointed top and straight sides the volume = area of base * height *(1/3) so here the side^2*h is the same for each 14^2*24 = s^2*96 or 14^2/s^2 = 4 14/s = 2 s = 7

Geometry help
12*12*(9/12) = 108 ft^3 there are 3*3*3 = 27 ft^3/yd^3 108/27 = 4 cubic yards 4*54 = $216

Chemistry
Did the vapor pressure of this liquid change when you squeezed the gas down? I think not. Therefore the pressure did not change. You have half as many gas molecules above the fluid. Half the gas molecules condensed back into liquid form.

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