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March 3, 2015

March 3, 2015

Total # Posts: 10,945

**Math**

Since 31^2=961<1000, and 32^2=1024>1000 we can have a maximum of 31 pairs of numbers whose product would be less than 1000. So the maximum number of runners would be 62.
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics (Stress & Strain)**

When you see a factor of safety over 10, it would be a good idea to check your calculations. Watch out for units conversions for areas and volumes. In converting 6.5 cm² to m², you must multiply by the (linear factor)², namely 0.01². The area is therefore 6...
*June 23, 2013*

**Physic (Stress & Strain)**

Both are numerically correct. In #2, you divide m by m, hence no units.
*June 23, 2013*

**math**

This is similar to a previous question. I believe it would do you good to plot the scatter diagram and calculate the regression line according to the formula. Post again if you have difficulties. For your information, the regression coefficient a is between 0 and 0.2, the ...
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics check :)**

You're welcome!
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics check**

I got it from summing (y-yBar)^2, and I had yBar=24.3.
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics check**

SE² is given by: [ Σ(y-yBar)^2 - [Σ(x-xBar)(y-yBar)]²/Σ(x-xBar)² ] /(n-2) I get: Σ(y-yBar)²=258.1 Σ(x-xBar)(y-yBar) = -168.7 Σ(x-xBar)²=296.9 n=10 to get se²=20.28
*June 23, 2013*

**math**

A=P[(1+i)^n -1]/i => P=Ai/[(1+i)^n -1] =1000000*(0.08/12)/((1+0.08/12)^480-1) =286.45023 per month.
*June 23, 2013*

**Please help me solve**

See http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1372073330
*June 23, 2013*

**Please help me solve**

Multiply the temperature difference by the calorimeter constant to get the energy in joules.
*June 23, 2013*

**Phil103 Informal Logic**

I think you would be more productive if you read Chapter six before you attempt these exercises. For example: ~p∨q reads as not p or q, with the "not" applying to p only.
*June 23, 2013*

**Strength of materials**

You have posted a number of questions without your input, and most of all, without the accompanying diagrams, nor the descriptions to replace the diagrams. If you believe that we can imagine what the loading is like, you are mistaken. I suggest you concentrate on one ...
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics (Stress & Strain)**

Area 10.5cm²=10.5*10^(-4) m² Load = 5550 N Stress =load/area =5550/(10.5*10^-4) Pa =5285.714 kPa Strain: 1.1mm/1.9 m =1.1*10-3 m / 1.9m =0.000 579 (no units)
*June 23, 2013*

**math**

This is an exponential function of the form y=ae^x Substituting x,y values (20,45)into the equation, 20=160*e^(45k) take logs on both sides and solve for k k=-(1/45)ln(8) =-0.04621 So the mathematical model becomes: y(t)=y0*e^(-0.04621t) t=time in hours y0=initial mass y(t)=...
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics**

2 grams of hydrogen occupies 22.4 litres, so 18000kg=18000*1000 g will occupy 18000000/2*22.4 L =9000 m³ (at STP)
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

See: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1371992237 If you do not agree with the response, please post and explain.
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

The problem we have on hand is: Maximize |xy| subject to: f(x,y)=0 where f(x,y)=2y^2+43x^2y-6xy+5y+2x^2+48x-174.3 To solve the problem, we will solve for the extreme values of xy, and choose from the extreme values the largest value of |xy|. To do this, we would use Lagrange ...
*June 23, 2013*

**physics**

Use kinematic equation v^2-u^2=2as v=0 (at 0.8m above floor) u=unknown a=-9.81 s=0.8 u^2=√(2*9.81*0.8)=15.696 u=4 m/s approx.
*June 23, 2013*

**business math**

We do not know if it is simple or compound interest. Since compounding frequency is not mentioned, we assume it is simple interest. The simple interest formula: Future value = present value(1+ni) n=number of years, i=annual interest So 4,370.91 =PV(1+3*0.03) => PV=4,370.91...
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics**

This is a binomial distribution of n=240 trials with probability of success p=0.17 and of failure q=1-0.17=0.83. Mean=np=40.8 variance = npq=33.864 Std dev = √(33.864)=5.82
*June 23, 2013*

**math**

Divide by two until the remainder is 0 or 1. The corresponding quotients will give the powers of 2 to make up 2000. 2000/2=1000 R0 1000/2=500 R0 500/2=250 R0 250/2=125 R0 125/2=62 R1 62/2=31 R0 31/2=15 R1 15/2=7 R1 7/2=3 R1 3/2=1 R1 So 2000 in binary notation is 11111010000 or...
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

Assuming 74.2 cm of pressure refers to the mercury column. Under standard temperature and pressure (273.15°K, 100 kPa=760.06 mmHg), the gas constant is: 62.364 L mmHg K−1 mol−1 molecular mass of N2=2*14.0067=28.0134 So volume occupied ...
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

The solution is given for AD. Are you able to calculate AD²?
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

I assume the last sentence is "What is AD?" since AD2 does not mean much. Hints: Use cosine rule to find ∠A, in triangle ABC. A=arccos((20²+24²-22²)/(2*20*24)) =arccos(41/80) = 59° (approx.) Then Area of triangle ABC =(1/2)AB.AC.sin(A) =(1/2)*...
*June 23, 2013*

**phy**

Do check your previous post for answers before reposting! See: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1371911866
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics :)**

you're welcome!
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics**

A=[5,-6.5] B=[-3.5,7] If A is perpendicular to C, then A.C=0, or C=[6.5k, 5k] (verify that A.C=0) If in addition, C.B=15, we have C.B=[6.5k,5k].[-3.5,7] =35k-22.75k =12.25k But C.B=15, therefore 12.25k=15, => k=15/12.25=60/49 Therefore C=[6.5k,5k] =[390/49, 300/49] Check my...
*June 23, 2013*

**Physics**

Ignore mass of balloon and basket. Consider 1 m^3 of hot air: mass, m = 0.93 kg net upward force, F =(1.29-0.93)=0.36 kg = 9.81*0.36 N =3.53 N acceleration = F/m = 3.53/0.93 m/s² = 3.8 m/s² Note: At this acceleration, air resistance is significant.
*June 23, 2013*

**Maths**

In the given case, since the given polynomial is of the fifth degree, you only have to try S=1,2,3,4 and up to 5. In fact: Let's factor the polynomial f(x)=n^5-17*n^3+16*n =(n-4)*(n-1)*n*(n+1)*(n+4) From this you will find the factors have the following properties: if n=0...
*June 23, 2013*

**maths**

Assume the equation has three roots a,b and c: then (x-a)(x-b)(x-c)=0 x³-(a+b+c)x²+(ab+bc+ca)x-abc=0 which means (a+b+c)=-3 (negative of coeff.of x²) (ab+bc+ca)=-7 (coeff. of x) Hence a²+b²+c² =(a+b+c)²-2(ab+bc+ca) =3²-2(-7) =9-(-14) =23
*June 23, 2013*

**maths - incomplete**

I'm afraid I do not make a lot of sense out of the the following definition: f(x2+1)1x√=x6x Kindly verify before and after posting your question.
*June 23, 2013*

**Precal**

5^(-t/2)=0.20 take log on both sides, (-t/2)log(5)=log(0.20) solve for t -t/2 = log(0.20)/log(5) t=-2log(0.20)/log(5)...isolate t =log(1/0.04)/log(5)...absorb -2 into log(0.2) =log(25)/log(5)... evaluate reciprocal =2... laws of logarithm, 25=5²
*June 23, 2013*

**Math**

The ordinary interest method is to calculate simple interest based on 360 days in a year. So interest=principal*(days/360)*rate 68.50=principal*(274/360)*6% therefore principal=68.50*(360/274)/0.06 =$1500
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics**

The answer should be a negative number as the numbers increase as x becomes smaller. The correlation coefficient lies between -0.2 and -0.3. Please post your equation for r again to see if it is interpreted correctly. Most of the time mistakes come from incorrect ...
*June 23, 2013*

**statistics**

What did you get using the given formulas 13.2 and 13.3?
*June 23, 2013*

**math**

Exact interest is based on a 365-day year. From June 30 to September 17, three months have passed. Both July and August have 31 days, while June has 30 days. So the duration of the loan is 30+31+31-3=89 days. Interest =Principal*(days/365)*0.10 =19000*(89/365)*0.10 =$463... ...
*June 23, 2013*

**Algebra 2**

Let y=kxz 98/3=k(2*7) k=98/3/14=7/3 Therefore y=(7/3)xz when x=7, z=3 then y=(7/3)*7*3=49
*June 22, 2013*

**algebra - incomplete**

I suspect you have missed out part of the question, such as: a) A∪B b) A∩B ... etc. Which is/are the "given set"?
*June 22, 2013*

**Math Algebra 1A**

I am not too sure what exactly your question is asking. If the time is elapsed since 1995, then you would subtract 1995 from the year in question. For example, 2004 is 9 years since 1995.
*June 22, 2013*

**Physics**

Assume a distance of d from the fulcrum. Take moments about the fulcrum: 350*2-540d=0 d=1.296 m
*June 22, 2013*

**Physics**

If I were to do the calculations, I would always work with stress, because ultimate stress is constant from problem to problem if the same material is used. It helps to spot errors, if any. Ultimate strength = 550 mPa. Stress under load = 64000/(7.6*10^-4) =84.2 mPa Now find ...
*June 22, 2013*

**Physics**

Required capacity of bar (in tension) =225kN*7 =1.575 MN Tensile strength = 231 MPa Area required =1.575 MN / 231 MPa =0.006818 m² =6818 mm² From πr²=6818 radius=√(6818/π) = 46.6 mm (or more)
*June 22, 2013*

**Math**

P²-0.037 = 0 P²=0.037 P=√0.037 Your calculator will give you the numerical value.
*June 22, 2013*

**maths**

A stimulating problem, combining probabilities with discrete mathematics. The question requires the probability of successively picking two balls of same colour be the same before and after adding 14 balls of a new colour. Initial situation: Assume there are n balls with k of ...
*June 22, 2013*

**math - Tom Beth & Brad**

Please do not use aliases, and do not repost within a short interval.
*June 22, 2013*

**math**

Let A = borrowed amount then A*(0.132)*2.5 years = 1320 A=1320/(0.132*2.5) =4000
*June 22, 2013*

**Math (Trigonometry)**

tan(θ)=1/4 => cos(θ)=4/√17, and sin(θ)=1/√17 Guess you can take it from here.
*June 22, 2013*

**Calculus 2**

Assume all measurements are in metres (since g is given as 9.8 m/s^2) The centre of gravity of the full tank is at 1.5/2=0.75 from the bottom. Work done is equal to the potential energy of the water at the spout (top) minus the potential of the full tank. Volume of tank, V=(&...
*June 22, 2013*

**math help**

The probability is all the question wanted. If you have a more detailed question, kindly post. We do not generally follow all your previous posts.
*June 22, 2013*

**math help**

The probability of committing a type I error is the level of significance, α. See: http://www.cs.uni.edu/~campbell/stat/inf5.html
*June 22, 2013*

**Algebra**

Polynomials with all terms in even degree are even functions, and those with all odd degree terms are odd functions. For this purpose, a constant k can be considered as k*x^0, so it is even. A mix of even and odd degree terms is neithter odd nor even. Example: f(x)=x^6+x^2+4 ...
*June 21, 2013*

**Physics**

See your other post. Try to work with stress for comparison.
*June 21, 2013*

**math**

This has been posted many times, and answered more than once by different teachers. The solution to the system of algebraic equations are: (3,1),(1,3),(-2,4),(4,-2). The maximum value of |xy| is therefore 8.
*June 21, 2013*

**math**

The solution to the system of algebraic equations are: (3,1),(1,3),(-2,4),(4,-2). The maximum value of |xy| is therefore 8.
*June 20, 2013*

**computer**

It would be more helpful if you can indicate: 1. blank means black, white or blue screen? 2. What happened during the "booting" process, i.e. since the computer is turned on. Did you see any messages (whether you are able to decipher them or not). 3. Have you tried ...
*June 20, 2013*

**math**

This seems to be a programming challenge. While this can probably be worked out in mathematical terms, it is easily shown by exhaustive search that the 3-digit number is 199, where the minimum quotient is 199/19 =10.47 approximately.
*June 20, 2013*

**diffirential calculus**

Let the height be h (constant). First find radius in terms of V, volume. Volume, V = πr²h radius, r = √(V/(πh)) So the total surface area is obtained by substituting r in the following expression: A(total) =2πrh+2πr^2 =2π√(V/(πh))(√(V...
*June 20, 2013*

**maths**

obtained by adding the two vectors: (18,0)+(3cos(40),3sin(40)) =(18+3cos(40), 3sin(40)) =(x,y) The resultant speed R is obtained by |R|=sqrt(x²+y²)
*June 20, 2013*

**Math**

Let distance be D km, and the current be C km/h His speed is 8 km/h in still water. So his speed upstream is D/3.25=8-C and downstream, D/1.5=8+C Cross multiply each to get D = 3.25(8-C) D=1.5(8+C) Solve by comparison 1.5(8+C)=3.25(8-C) Isolate C 4.75C = 8(3.25-1.5) C=8*1.75/4...
*June 19, 2013*

**maths - question incomplete**

So far, ABC is just any triangle. The addition of the altitudes do not help. If it is further specified that BD intersects the segment AC at D, and CE intersects segment AB at E, and that BD and CE are equal, then it is possible to prove that triangles EBC and DCB are ...
*June 19, 2013*

**statistics**

A two-tailed test of a=0.05 is equivalent to two tests of a=0.05/2=0.025 for each for the upper and lower tails. So for |z|>1.96 has a=0.025 (two tailed) is equivalent to z>1.96 and z<-1.96. Ref: http://www.math.unb.ca/~knight/utility/NormTble.htm
*June 18, 2013*

**math**

Here m=7.50 / shirt b=set-up fee Since we know that 2450=7.5(300)+b => b=2450-7.50*300 =2450-2250 =200 So y=7.50x+200
*June 18, 2013*

**Math**

All good to me. For number 3, I am not sure if I understand the context of the question. I interpret it to mean what variable can adversely affect the accuracy of extrapolated data, in which case I choose independent variable. If an independent variable is chosen out of the ...
*June 18, 2013*

**maths**

Distance travelled in one revolution = 2 × π × r where r is 3 cm. Distance travelled in 15 revolutions will be 15 time the above amount.
*June 18, 2013*

**computer science**

Read some of the articles on the subject, post a rough draft of your description, and we will be glad to critique your work. Some possible articles could be: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Programming_language http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Computer_languages
*June 18, 2013*

**Math**

FV=PV*(1+i)^n i=interest per period (year) expressed in fraction, =0.05 in this case. n=number of periods (year), = 12 in this case Your calculator can now be put to good use. Post for an answer check if necessary.
*June 17, 2013*

**Math**

We need to know how often interest is accrued. It is not always equal to the payment frequency. Some banks compound every 3 months, some six months, and some a year. For lack of information, we will assume that interest is compounded monthly, which simplifies the calculations...
*June 17, 2013*

**algebra**

Distance driven = 50 mph * (1/2) hour = 25 miles Distance to go = 100-25=75 miles.
*June 17, 2013*

**Physics**

acceleration =(v1-v0)/t =(34-10)/5.35 m/s² =4.486 m/s²
*June 17, 2013*

**math**

See http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1371989906
*June 17, 2013*

**maths**

y2:x2=y1:x1 so y2=(y1/x1)*x2 =(15/9)*33
*June 17, 2013*

**math**

Height=Horiz. distance * tan(∠elev) =42*tan(36°)
*June 17, 2013*

**mathematics**

The way to proceed is: 1. plot the two points (3,-7) and (-9,21) on graph paper 2. join the two points with a straight line (using a straight-edge) 3. If the line passes through the origin, then the two ratios are in proportion.
*June 17, 2013*

**Algebra 2 ..**

(-16)^(1/4) =((-16)^(1/2))^(1/2) using rules of exponents =√√(-16) =√(4i) =√(2²i) =2√(i)
*June 16, 2013*

**algebra**

If you compare two graphs, which we don't see, you will need to describe or define the axes of the graphs. Does the x-axis represent the amount of gas consumed in gallons, and the y-axis represent the distance travelled? If that is the case, the rate of change represents ...
*June 16, 2013*

**Programming**

If you need debug help, please 1. specify the compiler/language 2. supply error messages you got when the programme was executed or compiled. 3. indicate if it is a compilation, execution or logical error. This one looks fishy: output "Enter student name or ", QUIT...
*June 16, 2013*

**math**

Choosing 3 out of 11 is given by: 11C3 =11!/[(11-3)!3!] =11*10*9/(1*2*3) =165
*June 15, 2013*

**math trigonometry**

See: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1371300101
*June 15, 2013*

**st.paul**

112,000,000,000
*June 15, 2013*

**mATHS**

Take away the legs of the 3 extra stools, which leaves us with 72-9=63 legs for equal number of stools and tables. Divide 63 by the total number of legs of one of one set (7 legs for 1 table and 1 stool), we have 63/7=9 sets. So he made 9 tables and 12 stools.
*June 15, 2013*

**trig**

Since (5,12,13) is a Pythagorean triplet, tan(θ)=5/12. Mathematically, we solve it by: Divide by the right hand side: (5/13)sin(θ)+(12/13)cos(θ)=1 Since (5/13)²+(12/13)²=1, we can put 5/13=sin(φ) 12/13=cos(φ) so sin(φ)sin(θ)+cos(&...
*June 15, 2013*

**maths**

common ratio = (1458/2)^(8-2)= ±3 So the g.p.s are 2/3,2,6,18,54,162,486,1458 or -2/3,2,-6, ....1458
*June 15, 2013*

**physics**

Acceleration phase: initial velocity, v0 = 0 m/s final velocity, v1 = at = 8*20 = 160 m/s distance, S = ut+(1/2)at² = 0 + (1/2)8(20²) =(1/2)8(400)=1600 m Free fall phase: v0 = 160 m/s acceleration,a = -9.8 m/s² v0 = 160 m/s v1 = 0 a = g =-9.8 m/s² use v1&...
*June 15, 2013*

**math**

I guess I did not interpret the question correctly the first time around. "At least 4 blocks" means that the 2nd, 3rd, 4th streets (north-south) are not accessible. Similarly, the 2nd to the 12th avenues (east-west) are not accessible. So near the starting point ...
*June 15, 2013*

**math**

All of them. Since there are 46x46 streets, there are 45x45 blocks. The dog has to run 4 blocks in a row in the horizontal direction, and 12 blocks in a row in the vertical direction, both of which are even numbers, it will never reach the food, in which direction it tries.
*June 15, 2013*

**Calculus**

f(x)=ax²+bx+c f'(x)=2ax+b f"(x)=2a f"(2)=3 => 2a=3 => a=3/2 f'(2)=2 => 2a(2)+b=2 => 3(2)+b=2 => b=-4 f(2)=6 => a(2)²+b(2)+c=6 => 4a+2b+c=6 => 6-8+c=6 => c=8 Therefore f(x)=(3/2)x²-4x+8 Using this final definition of f...
*June 14, 2013*

**maths**

Does an operation between two members of a group give you a unique value or multiple values?
*June 14, 2013*

**math**

When a problem requires "at least one", it is often easier to find the probability of getting none and subtracting the probability from 1 (complement). Here, probability of not getting a king at a draw is 48/52, or 12/13. Probability of getting no king at 4 ...
*June 14, 2013*

**Calculus**

f(x)=x+4/x f'(x)=1-4/x^2 f'(2)=1-1=0 Equation of tangent line: y=0(x-2)+4, or y=4
*June 12, 2013*

**Geometru**

A heptagon has 7 sides. The sum of exterior angles is 360. The six given angles have exterior angles equal to: 60,30,45,10,90 and 55 for a total of 290. The remaining exterior angle is therefore 360-290=70°. The largest exterior angle is 90°.
*June 12, 2013*

**algebra**

For √, type in & r a d i c ; but without the intervening spaces. I will solve the first one: Use the FOIL rule (2√5-√28)(√28+4√5) =(2√5-2√7)(2√7+4√5) =4(√5-√7)(√7+2√5) =4(10-7-√5√7) =12-4...
*June 12, 2013*

**math check**

Sorry, the second one is P(z<1.51), which makes 0.9354 the correct answer.
*June 11, 2013*

**math check**

Four decimal places for 0.409 should be 0.4090. The second one is correct.
*June 11, 2013*

**math**

These two lines are parallel and distinct, hence there are no solutions. Show that this is the case by dividing the first one by two to get 5x+5y=515 Since both equations have 5x+5y on the left, and different values on the right, it shows that the two lines are parallel and ...
*June 11, 2013*

**math**

What do you think, and why?
*June 11, 2013*

**math**

P=principal = $3000 i=interest=0.06 n=number of 6-month periods FV=future value =P(1+i/2)^(n)
*June 11, 2013*

**ssm**

acceleration = v²/r
*June 11, 2013*

**math**

The probability of a red pen on the first draw is 4/18. For the second draw, there are 3 red pens left out of 17 pens total. The probability of both happening is obtained by multiplying the two probabilities: P(RR)=(4/18)*(3/17)=2/51
*June 11, 2013*

**math**

There are 2^10 possible subsets, including Φ, the null set. Not sure what you mean by sum of the elements, do you mean the sum of the cardinalities of the 1024 subsets, or do you mean the sum of the numbers of each subset? In the case of the latter, the distinct sums would...
*June 11, 2013*

**math problem**

Assume that the "grid" means "grid of squares" is the collection of all the squares, then we consider one square: The "safe" area for the centre of the coin is a square of 1/2"x1/2" out of a total of 1.5"x1.5". Probability is ...
*June 11, 2013*

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