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December 10, 2013

# Posts by Jaime

Total # Posts: 87

Physics
A 67.0 kg crate rests on a level floor at a shipping dock. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction are .800 and .460 respectively. A) what horizontal pushing force is required to just start the crate moving? B) What horizontal pushing force is required to slide the cra...

accounting
for each of the following items, give an example of a business transaction that has described effect on the accounting equation: Increase an asset and increase a liability. Increase one asset and decrease another asset. Decrease an asset and decrease owner's equity. Decrea...

Trignonmetry
Please find the exact values: Tan(-3p/4)= Sec(2p/3)= Csc(7p/4)= Cot(11p/6)= p=pie

Trignonmetry
Is there a formula to find the correct asymptotes on y=3cos(4x+p/2)-3 p=pie Now I know that answer is -p/8<x<3p/8 How do I find the asymptotes?

english
Is time, summer and winter concrete or abstract words?

physics
A woman finds the front windshield of her car covered with ice at -12.6°C. The ice has a thickness of 4.80 10-4 m, and the windshield has an area of 1.25 m2. The density of ice is 917 kg/m3. How much heat is required to melt the ice?

English
I need help identifying the main arguments in the essay as well as the supports used. I believe the thesis is: If children are taught their place in the environment they will look at other species with a sense of fellowship and community. I am also supposed to evaluate the sou...

math: repost with corrections
p. 942 #5 This is a three-part question: a. the graph y = f(x) in the xy-plane has parametrization x=x, y=f(x), and vector formula r(x) = xi + f(x)j. Use this to show that if f is twice-differentiable, then k(x) = ((absvalue f''(x))/[1+((f'(x))^2]^3/2 b. use the fo...

math
Hi This is a three-part question: a. the graph y = f(x) in the xy-plane has parametrization x=x, y=f(x), and vector formula r(x) = xi + f(x)j. Use this to show that if f is twice-differentiable, then ((absvalue f''(x))/[1+((f'(x))^2]^3/2 b. use the formula for k in...

Cal
circle x^2 +y^2 = 1. r(t) = (sint)i +(cost)j at both pi/4 and pi/2 Find velocity & acceleration Thx!

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