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January 26, 2015

January 26, 2015

Total # Posts: 10,888

**Math**

This is also the handshake problem. Use the logic of the answer to the previous post.
*January 19, 2015*

**Math**

This is the same as the hand-shake problem. N people talked to N-1 people. But each call involves two people, so the number of calls is N(N-1)/2.
*January 19, 2015*

**physics**

g is not required if the bike is on a horizontal road. velocity = 1.3*10^3 m / (14 min * 60 s/min) = (65/42) m/s Kinetic energy = (1/2)mv^2 = (1/2)(57.1)(65/42)^2 J
*January 19, 2015*

**Algebra 2**

f(x)=5x+3 g(x)=6x-2 fxg(x)= (5x+3)(6x-2) Expand and simplify. The domain of a polynomial is (-∞,∞)
*January 14, 2015*

**Algebra 2**

f(x)+g(x)=-5x-4 + 6x+7 You can simplify and make your answer choice from the list.
*January 14, 2015*

**ALGEBRA**

Please write in upper/lower case. It's easier to read. Here's an example to help you solve the given problems. Factorize (x+2)^2-5(x+2)-14. Keep the (x+2) as a single entity, say y=(x+2), then (x+2)^2-4(x+2)-12 =y^2-4y-12 =(y-6)(y+2) Now substitute y=x+2 =(x+2-6)(x+2+2...
*January 14, 2015*

**Algebra**

You can solve it like almost any equation, but replacing the equality sign with \≠. For example, solve for q in (4a+3)/5≠3 so we can continue 4a+3≠5*3 4a≠15-3 4a≠12 a≠3 is the answer. In set notation, a ∈ R\3, or a ∈ (-∞,3)∪(3,∞) (...
*January 14, 2015*

**chemistry**

The solubility of gases in water depend on the atmospheric pressure and the ambient temperature. Here's a link to the solubility of various gases (in g/1000g water). http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/gases-solubility-water-d_1148.html
*January 2, 2015*

**maths**

Before 10:15, only car is on the road, by which time it has travelled 80*(15/60)=20 km towards B. So remaining distance as of 10:15 is 150-20=130 km. When lorry starts, they approach each other at a total speed of (80+40)=120 km/h. Elapsed time (since 10:15) when they meet is ...
*December 31, 2014*

**java programming**

Which sorting algorithm do you plan to use? For small number of items (less than 200), bubble sort is easy to understand and code using for-loops. For large number of random items, quick sort could be used, but requires the understanding of recursivity.
*December 30, 2014*

**Medical billing/coding**

Try http://www.findacode.com/ to help you look up the codes if you don't have access to any. Do remember that if you are coding for medical billing, you need the codes for acts performed, not the diagnoses.
*December 30, 2014*

**Math/ Statistics**

The null hypothesis is generally an equality, which makes it: H0: The average attendance at home games equals 3000. However, when the alternative hypothesis is one sided, which in this case is: H1: The average attendance at home games is less than 3000. It will be understood ...
*December 30, 2014*

**math**

Please check if what is needed is P(x1/x2<0.5) or is it P(xi/xj<0.5) because otherwise x3 is not playing any role.
*December 28, 2014*

**math**

It looks to me this is an incompatible mixture of the two previous problems. f(x)≠(x+1)/2 if X~N(6,4). Please explain or elaborate if I am mistaken.
*December 28, 2014*

**math**

See response to previous post: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1419789148
*December 28, 2014*

**math**

Look up normal probability table for X~N(6,4) for P(X<8)=0.69 (approx.), so P(X>8)=0.31. Since we have random samples which we assume to be independent, we can use binomial probability distribution to calculate P(max{x1,x2,x3}>8). Alternatively, we can calculate P(all...
*December 28, 2014*

**math**

Given f(x)=(x+1)/2, -1<x<1 and zero elsewhere. So for each individual sample, P(X>0)=∫f(x)dx from 0 to 1 =∫(1/2)(x+1)dx =(1/2)[x²/2+x] 0 to 1 =3/4 = p Assume x1...x5 are independent and random samples, binomial theorem is appropriate: P(four of 5 X >0...
*December 28, 2014*

**programming**

Programming is a subject learned by intuition (for geniuses) or by practice (most of us). If your teacher did not cover programming, then it must have been required as a prerequisite. The problem given is not even for a first course in c-programming, so you will have a lot of ...
*December 26, 2014*

**programming**

What course are you taking, and which topics have been covered? It looks like this is an assignment to help you understand and apply what you have learned. I believe you should be able to show us some code or at least some pseudocode and start getting help with difficulties ...
*December 26, 2014*

**probability**

Let's simplify the problem to having 7 red balls, 5 green balls, and 4 blue balls (for a total of 16). Find the probability of drawing 2 red balls, 2R 2 green balls, 2G 2 blue balls, 2B (total of 6 balls), then Below we will use the notation of (n,r)=combination (n,r) =n...
*December 26, 2014*

**algebra**

Here we have two samples from two populations and would like to determine if the means are the same, namely to accept or reject: H0: μ1-μ2=0 The sample size n=14 is not sufficient to justify normality using the central limit theorem. Either an assumption of normality has...
*December 25, 2014*

**computers**

One possible cause is that the remote server administration tools are not installed on Windows 8 or 8.1. By default, they are not. If that's the case, the Active directory utilities, users etc will not be available. The fact that it pings the file server means that it is ...
*December 23, 2014*

**math**

Correction to missing parentheses for above expression for Z Z=[(X̄1-X̄2)-(μ1-μ2)] / sqrt(σ1²/n1 + σ2²/n2)
*December 19, 2014*

**math**

We have two samples, n1=n2=25 both are normally distributed, and are independent. Under these given conditions, E(X̄1-X̄2)=E(X̄1)-E(X̄2)=μ1-μ2 VAR(X̄1-X̄2)=V(X̄1)+V(X̄2)=σ1²/n1 + σ2²/n2 Z=(X̄1-X...
*December 19, 2014*

**Probability**

the equation you need is P(X=r)=C(n,r)*p^r*(1-p)^(n-r) C(n,r)=n!/((n-r)!r!) and n!=n(n-1)(n-2)....(2)1=factorial n You have everything you need to calculate the required probability. It turns out that C(n,0)=1 for any positive value of n. The answer is less than 5%. You can ...
*December 17, 2014*

**Math**

The rule of 72 says that the time in years it takes to double your money is 72 divided by the interest rate in percent. However, it applies to compound interest, but it still gives an approximate number of 100=72/x or x=0.72%. To calculate accurately, we use Future amount =Pe...
*December 17, 2014*

**Algebra**

add: ...and the remaining 24 variables equal to zero.
*December 13, 2014*

**Algebra**

Because it is circularly symmetrical, all 26 variables cannot have the same value (otherwise the sum would be zero). To maximize the value of |a-n|, we need |a-n|=10 which in the integer domain gives ±(0,-10),±(1,-9),±(2,-8),...±(5,-5),
*December 13, 2014*

**geometry**

A hexagon consists of 6 equilateral triangles. Therefore the side of each triangle is 24/6=4 units which also equals the radius of the circumscribed circle.
*December 13, 2014*

**geometry**

AU+UQ=5*AU UQ=26 so 26+AU=5*AU solve for AU.
*December 13, 2014*

**Statistics**

Baye's theorem P(P|Q)=P(P∩Q)/P(Q)=P(Q∩P)/P(Q) =P(Q∩P)/P(P)*(P(P)/P(Q)) =P(Q|P)*(P(P)/P(Q)) or simply P(P|Q)=P(Q|P)*(P(P)/P(Q)) Here P=stereo came from company A Q=stereo is defective So P(P|Q) probability that the stereo came from company A given that it is ...
*December 12, 2014*

**Physics**

Connected in series means the resistances could be added. Equivalent resistor = 4+10=14Ω Voltage = 12 V Assuming battery has zero internal resistance, V=IR, or I=V/R = 12/14 A = 6/7 A.
*December 11, 2014*

**Physics**

Length L = 6m Angle with horiontal, θ = 50° Friction with wall = 0 Coefficient between ladder and floor, μ = 0.5 Mass of ladder = M Mass of man, m = 11M Let the man climbs up X m. from the bottom, Vertical reaction of floor, R = M+11M=12M (because wall is smooth) ...
*December 11, 2014*

**Lat math question for some days. Can y'all help?**

No problem!
*December 9, 2014*

**Lat math question for some days. Can y'all help?**

Didn't you get an answer last time: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1416267535
*December 9, 2014*

**French**

Sorry, the codes didn't show, hope it is better this time: Some hints: (skip the blank spaces after & and before ;) à write & agrave ; è write & egrave ; é write & eacute ; ô write & ocirc ;
*December 9, 2014*

**French**

Some hints: (skip the blank space before ;) à write à ; è write è ; é write é ; ô write ô ; etc. Most of the verbs used are conjugated with the verb être, which means that you need to match the form of the verb with the ...
*December 9, 2014*

**French**

Please post your work so we can give you help instead of doing it for you. If you have difficulty with a certain aspect, please explain.
*December 9, 2014*

**Algebra please?**

How do you propose to do it, using a calculator, or by hand (there are algorithms to find square and cube roots)), or by factoring?
*December 9, 2014*

**matha**

Length of minute hand: 9m Angle moved in one hour = 360° Distance = (360/360)*2*π*9m=18π m Length of hour hand: 9m*2/3=6m Angle moved in one hour = 360/12=30° Distance = (30/360)*2*π*6 = π m Calculate the difference.
*December 9, 2014*

**calc**

This is a problem where the paraboloid projects a circle of radius 1 (represented by the region D) on the x-z plane. y=0 when x=z=0 y=1 when x²+z²=1 So let I=∫∫DydS It may be changed to cylindrical coordinates where dS=rdrdθ, and using y=x²+z²...
*December 2, 2014*

**Chemestry**

Density=mass/volume, so Volume = mass/density Check carefully units and number of significant figures.
*December 2, 2014*

**Statistics**

The "68-95-99.7 rule" represents the two-tail probability of data within ±1,2 and 3 standard deviations respectively. For example, the probability of picking a value X from a normal distribution within the range μ-σ<Xμ+σ is approximately 68%. ...
*December 2, 2014*

**MATHS - ratios**

use ratios: 60 km / 1.5 hours = 100 km /x hours x=1.5 hours * (100/60) = ?
*December 2, 2014*

**3rd grade math**

subtract each number from the next number, and make your guess from there!
*December 2, 2014*

**math**

P=2πsqrt(L/g) dP/dL = 2π(1/2)L^(-1/2)/sqrt(g) =2πsqrt(L/g)/(2L) transpose appropriate terms: 2*[dP/(2πsqrt(L/g))] = [dL/(L)] Each term in square brackets is equal to the fractional form of percentage error, thus proved. (use Δ => differentials instead of ...
*December 2, 2014*

**math help!**

Add -2-2w to each side to get w=10. Put w=10 back into each side of the original equation to verify that you get the same value on each side (=32).
*December 2, 2014*

**Ashworth college**

I believe the "68-95-99.7 rule" means the percentage of observations within 1-2-3 standard deviations from the mean. Try to apply the rule to answer the given question.
*December 2, 2014*

**physics**

This problem is similar to the previous. Again, use conservation of energies.
*December 2, 2014*

**physics**

Since friction is negligible, use conservation of potential and kinetic energies. KE (at bottom) => PE (at top) mv²/2 = mg*Lsin(θ) v=2,g=9.81,sin(θ)=1/2 Solve for L. I get 0.82m
*December 2, 2014*

**Physics**

Ideas: Conservation of energies also means: - energies are transformed from one form to another. Some are easier to exploit/recuperate than others. - total energy in universe is constant, but could be out of reach.
*December 2, 2014*

**Probability and Linear Math**

40% of total investment = 40%*500000 = 200000 This puts a ceiling on B, and a lower bound on A.
*December 1, 2014*

**physics**

Let A=30 kg boy B=40 kg boy Force = 50 N For boy A: Static Friction = mgμs=30*9.8*0.15=44.1N < 50N => Boy A is set in motion. Net force after kinetic friction = 50N-30*9.8*0.1N=5.9N Acceleration = F/m = 5.9/30=0.69 m/s² (backwards) For B, the 40kg boy Static ...
*November 30, 2014*

**Math**

What you'll need to do is 1. find the 3 intersections of the lines, which are then the vertices, (xa,ya), (xb,yb), (xc,yc). 2. Find the mid-points of each side using Mab=((xa+xb)/2, (ya+yb)/2), ... 3. Find the perpendicular bisector of each side by passing a line ...
*November 30, 2014*

**Chemistry Correction**

Correct, you should get 1.974*10^(-29) instead. If you do not get the above value, it could be: 1. you did not use the correct value of pi (such as 3.14, 22/7,...) 2. Your expression is missing many parentheses. Remember PEDMAS or PEMDAS which your calculator sticks to, but it...
*November 30, 2014*

**Please answer**

Here the population variance is not known, so use student-t distribution. A 95% (two-tail) confidence interval would include the limits. The value 1.96 comes from a T-value for 97.5% (half tail). x̄-Ts ≤ μ ≤ x̄+Ts where x̄=sample mean s=sample variance...
*November 30, 2014*

**Statistics**

Using Binomial probability function, we are looking for: P(280≤X≤300) =Σ C(300,r)p^r*(1-p)^(300-r) for r=280, 281, ...300, and C(300,r)=300!/((300-r)!r!) =0.00896+0.01530+0.02474+0.03777+0.05427+...+0.00004+0.0000 =0.98992 Using normal approximation with continuity...
*November 30, 2014*

**chem**

pKa=-log10Ka =-log10(6.3*10-8) =7.2
*November 30, 2014*

**statistics**

It all goes back to the definition and application of α and p-value. Read: http://www.statsdirect.com/help/default.htm#basics/p_values.htm for a detailed explanation.
*November 28, 2014*

**Math**

I=kS/d² where I=illumination, k=proportional constant >0 S=source strength >0 d=distance One light source is S, and the other is 4S. Let d=distance from weaker source, then 11-d =distance from stronger source. We have illumination as a function of d I(d) = kS/d²...
*November 28, 2014*

**math**

200 questions, 2 marks for good answer, -1/2 marks for wrong answer. Ajay answered all questions. If he didn't give any wrong answer, he would have got 400 marks. Each wrong answer will set him off 2.5 marks. If he got 360, he got (400-360)/2.5=16 wrong, therefore 184 ...
*November 28, 2014*

**physics**

v0=2.7 (package was rising) x0=11 x1=0 a=-9.8 x1=x0+v1*t+(1/2)at² 0=11+(2.7)t+(1/2)(-9.8)t² Solve for t to get t=1.8 sec.
*November 27, 2014*

**algebra**

First observation: People either liked the skin cream (x of them) or didn't like the skin cream (100-x of them). "80% of the people who liked the new skin cream also liked the new lip balm" that makes 0.8x liked new lip balm. "50% of the people who did not ...
*November 27, 2014*

**Math**

First factor the denominator: x^3+x^2+x=x(x^2+x+1) Then assume constants A, B and C as follows: (-5x^2-8x-3)/(x^3+x^2+x) = A/x + (Bx+C)/(x^2+x+1) The steps are to find constants A, B and C (the solution) by adding together the right hand side and comparing coefficients of each...
*November 27, 2014*

**mathematics of investment**

12% simple interest p.a. equals 0.12/365 simple interest per day. Principal=P10000 interest per day = P10000*0.12/365 =P3.28767 /day Time it takes to reach P700(=P10700-P10000) = P700/(P3.28767) = 212.9 days rounded up to = 213 days
*November 27, 2014*

**chemistry**

Not sure how you got 87! :) Start with PV/T=constant, where T is in °K. V1=1.75*10³L T1=(9.0+273.15)=282.15°K T2=(80+273.15)=353.15°K (ok to use excess significant digits for calculation, but reduce answer to appropriate number). since Pressure & amount of gas...
*November 27, 2014*

**Physics**

Principle of floatation: A floating object displaces its own weight of the fluid in which it floats. Volume of steel =Vs Mass of steel Ms = ρs*Vs Volume of mercury displaced, Vm = Ms / ρm Percentage of volume displaced =Vm / Vs If the steel block floats with bottom ...
*November 27, 2014*

**Microsoft Excel**

Excel is nothing but a tool to help us. It does not create a new rule for precedence, but follows what we learned in elementary school. In maths, the rules of precedence PEDMAS (or some variant) are: Parentheses Exponentiation Division/Multiplication Addition/Subtraction. They...
*November 26, 2014*

**geometry**

Start by drawing a diagram. If BC=BD, then ∠BDC=∠BCD=34° (angles opposite equal sides. Hence ∠CBD=180-(34+34)=112° ∠ABD=∠ABC+∠CBD=? Recall that ΔABC is equilateral.
*November 26, 2014*

**Geometry**

See other post.
*November 26, 2014*

**physics**

He saw penguins at his intermediate destination.
*November 26, 2014*

**Algebra**

a) Total: 640 feet Two short sides: 2x long side 640-2x b) Since long side must be positive, we have 640-2x≥0 c) Area = short side * long side A(x)=x(640-2x) d) find x such that 30000≤A(x)≤40000 Make a table that gives x and A(x), Hint: A(50)=27000 <30000 A(86)=...
*November 26, 2014*

**Stats Math 3**

(1) The sample distribution taken from a binomial distribution is approximately normal because sample/population size < 0.05 ("small" sample). Also a binomial distribution approximates a normal distribution when np>K and np(1-p)>K, where K ranges between 5...
*November 26, 2014*

**Stats Math 2**

Population has binomial distribution. sample mean is 144/300. Check that sample satisfies normal approximation and proceed as in your next post. Do not forget to apply continuity correction when approximating a discrete distribution (such as binomial) by a continuous ...
*November 26, 2014*

**STATS Math**

Same as your other post: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1417003909
*November 26, 2014*

**Chemistry**

CuCl2.2H2O See for example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper%28II%29_chloride for more details.
*November 26, 2014*

**chem**

You're welcome!
*November 26, 2014*

**chem**

If it is diprotic, then your equation in (2) is correct, and the molar ratio NaOH/C6H7O6 would be 2, and hence the answer in 4 would be halved, ... problem solved.
*November 26, 2014*

**chem**

1. Numerically correct. You will have to get used to citing answers to the correct numnber of significant digits, depending on the given information. Here, the correct answer would be 0.001811 M. 2. The neutralization reaction is not correct. Ascorbic acid has only 1 H+, so it...
*November 26, 2014*

**phy101**

If the box rolls on a horizontal floor with a constant velocity, then it is in dynamic equilibrium, and no external (horizontal) force is acting on it. Thus the floor does zero work on the box.
*November 26, 2014*

**INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICS**

Don't know. According to Google, the density of ethanol ("alcohol") is 789 kg/m³. So if the liquid has a density of 750 kg/m³, i.e. it is less than the density of ethanol, it must be something else. If ethanol is mixed with water, the density goes up, i...
*November 26, 2014*

**Math**

Yes, Steve is right. Thanks Steve. Oversight on my part.
*November 25, 2014*

**Math**

Thanks Steve. Oversight on my part.
*November 25, 2014*

**Math**

Final total number of balls =10+6+112=128 Half of them would be 64. You will need 64 white and 64 yellow. I'll leave you to figure out how many of each colour to add.
*November 25, 2014*

**statistics**

Here, assume equal tails, then p̂=(0.045+0.133)/2=0.089 So the required form read: p̂-0.044≤p̂≤p̂+0.044
*November 25, 2014*

**vectors( need answer asap)**

The centroid of a triangle is located at 2/3 of the length of any median. Median=(OA+OB)/2=<5,1> 2/3 from vertex (origin)=<10/3,2/3>. Another way: It turns out that the coordinates of the centroid of a triangle is the mean of the x and y coordinates of the vertices...
*November 25, 2014*

**vector**

See: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1416936762
*November 25, 2014*

**statistics**

To do this experiment, you need to collect data at your school, including number of pairs of shoes for each respondant. Number of men and number of women interviewed. The analysis can then begin with you have the data.
*November 25, 2014*

**statistics**

You need data before you can do the analysis.
*November 25, 2014*

**Filipino**

Use Google translate if necessary. https://translate.google.com/
*November 25, 2014*

**Filipino**

[subordinate conjunction?] Mangyaring isulat ang iyong kumpletong tanong sa Ingles. Hindi namin na makipag-ugnay sa Filipino. (Please write your complete question in English. We are not able to communicate in Filipino.)
*November 25, 2014*

**statistic**

(a) "Given that it is not found in box 1" means that it is not in box 1, so probability of finding it in box 1 is zero. (b) Conditional probability: P(A|B)=P(A∩B)/P(B). Event A: defective in box 2 Event B: defective not in box 1 P(A)=1 box out of k = 1/k P(B)=not...
*November 25, 2014*

**Algebra**

In case you have difficulties also with Q3, there is a good article that show you how to solve a similar problem step-by-step: http://www.trans4mind.com/personal_development/mathematics/series/polynomialEquationDifferences.htm
*November 25, 2014*

**Algebra**

Question 3 requires the polynomial model, say P(x) where x is the month, 1 for January, 2 for February, and so P(7) is the value for July. So if you have already found the polynomial for question 3, it is a question of substituting the proper month (July) to find P(July) as ...
*November 25, 2014*

**Physics**

To obtain the acceleration of 6 m/s², a minimum force of 43.02 N is required. So the question is either incomplete, or contains typos. Please check.
*November 25, 2014*

**Physics**

use F=ma, and a=v²/r where m=981 kg, r=625 m, and F=2433 N (unit not given, Newton assumed). Solve for v.
*November 25, 2014*

**calculus**

Given L1: r= [4,-3,5] + t[2,0,3], t∈R L2: r= [4,-3,5] + s[5,1,-1], s∈R We need to find the plane that contains both L1 & L2. (changed to uppercase to avoid confusion with 1). Notice that P0=[4,-3,5] lies in the given plane, in fact, it is the intersection point of L1...
*November 24, 2014*

**math**

First, I suspect you are missing parentheses in your equations. It is very easy to forget them when working with typeset fractions which contain implied parentheses in the numerator and denominator. I assume the equations are: (x-1)/k = (y-2)/2 = (z+1)/(k-1).....(1) (x+3)/(-2...
*November 24, 2014*

**statistics**

Hint: Correlation studies do not reveal causal relationships.
*November 24, 2014*

**Microbiology**

Make a table and everything would be clear. stock totVol concentration 2 4 32 (2*64/4=32) 2 8 16 (2*64/8=16) 2 16 8 2 32 4 Now if 2 mL of water are added to each, then concentration would be: stock totVol concentration 2 6 32 (2*64/6=21.3) 2 10 16 (2*64/10=12.8) 2 18 8 ... 2 ...
*November 24, 2014*

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