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May 20, 2013

# Posts by KEVIN

Total # Posts: 839

algebra
I got that but what I don't understand is the possible answers are y=9/10x+9/10;slope;9/10;y-intercept;9/10 y=9/10x-9/10;slope;9/10;y-intercept;9/10 y=-9/10x+9/10;slope;9/10;y-intercept;9/10 y=9/10x-9/10;slope;9/10;y-intercept;-9/10

algebra
-9x+10y=-9 write the equation in slope-intercept form, what are the slope and y-intercept. I have tried to figure this out but cannot come up with correct answer please help

english
The statement below represents which genre from the early american and colonial period. I want to explain origins of the natural world and its processes. the poetry of anne bradstreet the oral tradition of native americans the journals of william bradford the essay of thomas p...

Math
Rules for counting significant figures are summarized below. Zeros within a number are always significant. Both 4308 and 40.05 contain four significant figures. Zeros that do nothing but set the decimal point are not significant. Thus, 470,000 has two significant figures. Trai...

Physics
What length of #22 B&S gauge copper wire is needed to make a resistance of 500 ohms? This is what I came up with but don't think it is correct. looked up diameter for #22 gauge wire = .643 mm and converted to m 6.46 * 10^-4. Used Eq. A = (pi)(d^2)/4 => A = (pi)(6.43 * 1...

Physics
Suppose you are asked to determine the perimeter of a seven-sided irregular figure. You make the following measurements: Side 1 = 3.2 m Side 2 = 4.8 m Side 3 = 2.000 m Side 4 = 8.94 m Side 5 = 11 m Side 6 = 7.566 m Side 7 = 4.0 m How many significant figures should there be in...

Physics
Suppose that an environmental study determines that a town produces approximately 2,000 lb of trash each day. The study group decides to convert their findings to SI units, using the conversion 1 lb = 0.4536 kg. They report that the town produces 907.2 kg of trash each day. Wh...

physics
thanks for the assistance, but apparently none of the answers are correct according to my homework checker.

physics
In the problem, please assume the free-fall acceleration g = 9.80 m/s2 unless a more precise value is given in the problem statement. Ignore air resistance. A stone is thrown vertically downward from the roof of a building. It passes a window 15.0 m below the roof with a speed...

physics
(a) What was the initial velocity of the stone? (b) How tall is the building? sorry I added the question to another post, but here it is. Thanks :)

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