Friday

October 28, 2016
Total # Posts: 11,475

**Math Check**

The answer is basically correct, except for an error of sign in one place which I think you will spot readily. Also, when there is multiplication following division, insert parentheses to express clearly what is needed. For example, 6/4y should be interpreted as (6/4)y (left-...

*March 25, 2015*

**math,Computer**

Are you already familiar with linked lists? We assume A and B are singly linked lists, i.e. linked in the forward direction only. To attain the end of a list, the node pointer must traverse every node from head to tail. The number of operations is therefore n, where n=size of ...

*March 25, 2015*

**math,Computer**

I interpret this as: if (A==φ)A|B == B else A|B = Ha|Tab But then we're defining A|B using Tab, which is the tail of A|B. Sounds to me a circular definition. Can you please clarify the definition, or give your comments?

*March 25, 2015*

**maths**

Time to reach bottom = t s distance 44 m= (1/2)gt^2 where g=acceleration due to gravity = 9.8 m/s² => t=sqrt(2*44/g)=2.997 s Subtract this time from 3.12 seconds will be the time needed for sound to travel 44 m. Use Distance=speed × time to find speed of sound.

*March 25, 2015*

**French**

If I say "con-" is a common prefix, does that help?

*March 25, 2015*

**math**

"...students having the best score..." ? 85/100 has a range of [84.5%,85.5%] 170/200 has a range of [84.75%,85.25%] I would take the better of the worst case, namely, candidate with a least score of 84.75%. In practice, I would decide by a final interview.

*March 24, 2015*

**statistics**

P(lose once) = (15-2)/15 = 13/15 = (13/15)1 by the multiplication rule: P(lose n times) = (13/15)n

*March 24, 2015*

**Math**

Total reading time: 8/9 World news: 1/4 of 8/9 = (1/4)*(8/9)=2/9 Remaining time = 8/9 - 2/9 =(8-2)/9=6/9 Half of remaining time = (1/2) 6/9 = 3/9 =1/3 h.

*March 23, 2015*

**Advanced Algebra**

Think of how many ways you can choose a chairman (10), vice-chairman (9 remaining people), secretary(8), treasurer (7). Multiply them together using the product rule, and the product is 10*9*8*7 =10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1/(6*5*4*3*2*1) =10!/(10-4)!

*March 22, 2015*

**math**

where μ represents the frequency of occurrence (success) within a given time period (week). In this case, failure is considered "success". so μ =3 "successes" / 20 weeks =3/20 By definition of the Poisson distribution, P(x;μ)=e-μμx/x! where x...

*March 21, 2015*

**math**

The outcomes are X={0,1,2,3}, with probabilities P(x)=(1/8)x!/(3!(3-x)!) The mean, or expected value E[X]=ΣxP(x) =Σ(0*(1/8)+1*(3/8)+2*(3/8)+3*(1/8)) =12/8 =3/2

*March 21, 2015*

**French**

The apostrophe would be used when some letter is dropped, and in some cases only. For example, il faut que elle... would be shortened to il faut qu'elle... because phonetically it is difficult and unpleasant to read the two vowels one after another. It is perfectly ...

*March 20, 2015*

**French**

A. Your answer is very close, except that the qu' is part of the Est-ce que...., and should be eliminated. The question reads: Boit-elle un apéritif? Note: (bois, bois, boit, buvez, buvez, boivent) However, the auxiliary verb vouloir must be maintained, so the ...

*March 20, 2015*

**math(Discrete)**

Translation into English: For all x which are integers, there exist y and z which also are integers, such that x=5y+7z. Is the above statement true? Give it a few tries: triplet means (x,y,z) (0,7,-5) is a solution (1,10,-7) is a solution (2,-1,1) is a solution (3,2,-1) is a ...

*March 19, 2015*

**French**

The French expression "venir de" is a special tense that means "just" (in temporal sense), or "a short while ago". Je viens de terminer mon travail (I just finised work). Il vient de me parler au téléphone. (He talked to me on the ...

*March 19, 2015*

**Math Answer Check**

Yes, that is correct, but try to understand why you do that by studying the unit circle.

*March 18, 2015*

**Math Answer Check**

cotangent: 1 secant: negative square root 2 cosecant: negative square root 2 *sin: square root 2 / 2 *cosine: square root 2 / 2 tan: 1 The terminal side lands in the third quadrant, where only tangent (and cotangent) is positive. So sine (cosec) and cosine (sec) are all ...

*March 18, 2015*

**Algebra 2 (DIVIDEPOLYNOMIALS)**

Here's a link for long division. http://www.purplemath.com/modules/polydiv2.htm Quite frequently we use synthetic division, with less writing to do: http://www.purplemath.com/modules/synthdiv.htm Hint: the given problem leaves no remainder.

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

A reference angle is the positive acute angle between an angle and the horizontal axis. For the different possible cases, see: http://www.mathwarehouse.com/trigonometry/reference-angle/finding-reference-angle.php

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

The first step is to convert one equation into the same form as the other. Most of the time, we would convert the second to the form of the first, i.e. x=-2-(2/3)y (parentheses added according to rules of BEMPAS, or PEDMAS. x+2=-(2/3)y Multiply by 3 on bothe sides 3x+6=-2y 6=-...

*March 18, 2015*

**math**

If Esi is always behind Becky, we have only 4 independent choices for each position. So for the first position, there are 4 choices, for the second, 3 choices left, then 2, then 1. The number of permutations is the product of the 4 numbers.

*March 18, 2015*

**math**

I'll solve the first one, and the second one can be solved similarly. (n-2)!/(n-3)! =(n-2)(n-3)!/(n-3!) =n-2 therefore n-2=15 => n=17 Check: (17-2)!/(17-3)!=15!/14!=15*14*...*1/(14*13*..*1) =15 checked ok.

*March 18, 2015*

**French, foreign language**

Don't know if you have read Ms Sue's and my comments, but here's the link: http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1426621380 Is the exercise corrected by hand or a computer? With a computer, you need to do exactly what it expects. I don't understand how it/he/she...

*March 18, 2015*

**probability**

9 10 11 `1 ******** ******** There is an overlap between the two periods. Since each individual function is uniform, the resulting f(x) is a step function such that: f(x): (1/4)/2 = 1/...

*March 18, 2015*

**Calculus AB: Area Between Curves**

hints: steps: 1. find the equation of the tangent line. The slope m of the line equals f'(-1), and passes through (-1,f(-1))=(-1,4)=(x1,y1). The equation of the line is then y-y1=m(x-x1), or g(x)=m(x-x1)+y1 Draw a sketch of f(x) and g(x) for your own information. 2. Find ...

*March 18, 2015*

**Cal state**

Number of seats in first row = 26 Number of seats in last row = 26+30-1=55 We can find the sum using Gauss's method: 26+27+28+.....+54+55=x 55+54+.....+28+27+26=x Add the two rows 81+81+.....81 (30 rows) = 2x 30*81 = 2x x=1215 seats

*March 18, 2015*

**Maths**

Yes, that is correct.

*March 18, 2015*

**Maths**

Given: S:M:L = 16:23:20 Total = £1180 Actual amounts for each S:M:L = (£1180/(16+23+20)*(16:23:20) =£(320:460:400) Marvin takes out £100, and Lucy puts in £x, so new ratio (8:9:12) = (320:360:400+x) If we multiply the left-hand side by 40, we get...

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

Cost per litre = $x Number of litres bought = 500/x Number of litres sold, q = 500/x-5 new sale price per litre = x+2 Total revenue = q*(x+2) = 540 so (500/x -5 )*(x+2) = 540 Solve for x (cost of paint per litre) I'll get you started: Multiply both sides by x (500-5x)(x+2...

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

Factor by grouping: 3x^2+5xy-2y^2 =3x²+6xy -(xy+2y²) =3x(x+2y)-y(x+2y) =(3x-y)(x+2y) =0 So either (3x-y)=0 or (x+2y)=0 Hence find the two possible values of x/y.

*March 18, 2015*

**math**

25% of a class of 40 means there are 0.25*40=10 girls. Let x new girls joined the class. total number of girls = 10+x total size of class = 40+x Given girls now make 40% of class, then (10+x)÷(40+x) = 0.40 Cross multiply and solve for x. Alternatively, solve by guess ...

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

The future value FV can be calculated by summing payments and simplification using factorization: FV = S(1+(1+r)+(1+r)^2+...+(1+r)r^(n-1)) =S((1+r)^n-1)/((1+r)-1) =S((1+r)^n-1)/r FV=future value S=Semi-annual payment r=interest per period (6-months) n=number of periods (6-...

*March 18, 2015*

**Algebra**

fourth term: ar^4 7th term: ar^7 Let common ratio = r then 7th term / 4th term = ar^7/ar^4 = r³ therefore r = cube root of r³ Fifth term = fourth term * r

*March 18, 2015*

**math**

The first step in evaluating a limit would be to substitute the limiting value into the expression. If it evaluates to a valid number, that is the limit. Example: limit x->1 x²/x =1²/1 = 1 Since sinx/tanx + tanx.sinx ≡ 1/cos(x) so the limit is 1/cos(0)=1.

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

Solve for x in 1500+0.04x=5000

*March 18, 2015*

**Math - 7th grade (repost)**

The number of CD's between Q1 and Q3 should be half of the total number of CD's. From the plot, you will not know how many cost less than $14.6, but since Q1 is 14.6, there are at most one quarter of the number of CD's cost less than $14.60. (One quarter of 12 CD&#...

*March 18, 2015*

**Sum and Difference**

Sum and difference problems are solved as follows: Larger number = (sum+difference)/2 Smaller number = (sum-difference)/2 So 1/p = (4+3/2)/2 = 11/4 p = 1/(11/4) = 4/11 I will leave it to you to do the smaller number (1/q).

*March 18, 2015*

**maths**

We are given x²+y²=137 (x-y)=7 this means 49=(x-y)² =x²-2xy+y² =x²+y²-2xy =137-2xy From 49=137-2xy can you solve for xy? The longer way: equation 1: x-y=7 equation 2: x²+y²=137 Now solve the non-linear system in x and y.

*March 18, 2015*

**Math**

Use law of exponents (ax)^b = a^b × x^b y=kx^3 y1=k(1.5x)³=k(1.5^3)x³=3.375kx³=...

*March 18, 2015*

**math**

There is an ambiguity in the question to be clarified about the interest rate. Generally annual interest is quoted. The wording of the question casts a doubt as to 7.2% is monthly or annual interest. Considering that 86.4% annual interest is illegal in some countries, 7.2% ...

*March 18, 2015*

**Math - 7th grade**

See later post

*March 17, 2015*

**Math**

You're welcome. Also note a correction is required: 0.02/5 = 0.004/1 < 0.01=1%

*March 17, 2015*

**Math**

Convert the given fraction to an equivalent fraction with either 1 or 100 as the denominator. We know that 1% = 1/100 = 0.01/1 So say, 0.2/5 = 0.004/1 < 0.01=1% 2/500 = 0.4/100 < 1/100 = 1% etc.

*March 17, 2015*

**Repost, see previous discussions**

http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1426619198

*March 17, 2015*

**French, foreign language**

Yes, you need to correct the sentences where the verb and complements do not agree. "Ce sont" is followed by a noun in plural, and "C'est" is followed by a singular noun. Examples: Ce sont des carottes. (Ce sont....plural) C'est un hamburger. (C'...

*March 17, 2015*

**Math Help Me Please**

Ouch! question says "Determine which ordered pair is not a solution of "

*March 17, 2015*

**Math Help Me Please**

substitute x (first number in parentheses) into the right-hand side of the equation and check if the value equals y (second number in parentheses). For example, let's check (9,-48) which is not taken from the choices: -5(9)-4=-45-4=-49 but -49 does not equal -48, so (9,-48...

*March 17, 2015*

**Math**

Question says: If not, then you lose your discount and you pay a 20% premium on the usage outside of that time. Check that you have calculated without the 15% discount.

*March 17, 2015*

**Math**

Since usage is greater outside the prescribed period, there will be a 20% premium for those kW-h. Can you please show us how you got $51.08?

*March 17, 2015*

**Vectors**

Yes, b is correct. Your method works well without having to memorize formulas. If the equations had been in the slope intercept form: y=-x+8 and y=-x then you could also calculate using distance = y-intercept difference / &radic(1²+(-1)²) =8/√2 =4√2

*March 17, 2015*

**Vectors**

Actually, the expression is the expanded form of (x+2)(y-3)=0 which by the zero-product property means x+2=0 => x=-2, or y-3=0 => y=3, or both of the above. So yes, (a) is correct.

*March 17, 2015*

**Algebra 2**

If you are working on polynomials, then binomial is a polynomial with 2 terms, for example, (x+4) is a binomial, or (x³ - 2x²) is a binomial. The first example is a binomial with a degree of 1 (highest power of the variable), and the second is a binomial of degree 3...

*March 17, 2015*

**physics**

The parallelogram of forces yields a triangle with vectors 10,15 and 20. where 20 is the resultant. The angle between the two vector is the supplement of the angle (between vectors 10 and 15) solved by the cosine rule. Draw the parallelogram of forces to understand why it is ...

*March 17, 2015*

**physics**

If the quarter circle has the radii horizontal and vertical, the difference in height equals the radius=1.6m. Neglecting friction and other dissipative forces, then conservation of energy holds, and so KE+PE=0,or (1/2)mv^2 + mg(h-h0)=0 Solve for v where h=0, h0=1.6m and g=9.81...

*March 17, 2015*

**math**

Very often the phrase "of the" means multiply. So he packed 1/3. 1/2 "of the" 1/3 were shipped, this means (1/2)*(1/3) = 1/6 were shipped.

*March 17, 2015*

**Do you have a diagram?**

It is not clear to me how M1 and M2 are related, are they linked vertically by a string, are they released at the same time?

*March 17, 2015*

**Vectors**

To Sara: I got 5/√2 as well. Perhaps it is time to check if there are typos in the question or the answer. Also, to print s∈R, you can write s & i s i n ; R, but skip the spaces.

*March 17, 2015*

**Physics**

Anne throws a ball horizontally... so the problem reduces to a free-fall over 50m. The equation Dy=-50m = V0t+(1/2)gt^2 will let you solve for the time to hit ground, and where v0=initial vertical velocity = 0, and g=acceleration due to gravity = -9.8 m/s² During this ...

*March 16, 2015*

**calculus trigonometric substitution**

You're ok so far. You only need to convert sin(u)cos(u)/54 back in terms of x, which should be x/(18x²+162). You can start by sin(u)cos(u)/54=cos^2(u)tan(u)/54 =3tan(u)/[162(sec²(u)) =...

*March 16, 2015*

**EES**

Hint: think of what you find in the kitchen.

*March 16, 2015*

**computer applications**

It would be much easier for you to open a spread sheet and try it out. I suggest you do some practical work because it will help you understand how it works, and it will help you recall the procedure in the future.

*March 16, 2015*

**Vectors**

Let's check: r1=(3,2,-1)+s<1,1,1> When s=0, r passes through the point (3,2,-1). Now check the product of the two direction vectors: <1,1,1> dot <1,1,-2> =1+1-2 =0 So the two lines are perpendicular and r1 satisfies the required conditions. Note: multiple...

*March 16, 2015*

**engineering**

Stress=σ=Force/Area Strain=ε=σ/E Change in length = ε*Length. Useful conversion factors 1 GPa = 10^9 Pa 1 kN = 10^3 N 1 m = 1000 mm Try to do calculations in standard units, namely kg, m, s.

*March 16, 2015*

**programming**

You can work on the flow-chart based on a pseudocode such as: enter ID, ID enter number of policies sold, N if N > 25 print ID, N endif

*March 16, 2015*

**maths**

1 pascal = 1 N/m² 1 MPa = 10^6 Pa Stress = Force /area, all in appropriate units. = 91*10^3 N / (π0.030²/4) m² Evaluate and convert to MPa.

*March 16, 2015*

**engineering**

1. find average acceleration, a Vi=0 S=(1/2)at^2 139 m =(1/2)a(8.7²) a=3.6729 m/s² 2. Find work done, W a. using F=ma, W = F*S = ma*S where m=1100 kg, S=139 m, a=3.6729 m/s² or b. using energy (neglect loss) final velocity, Vf = at where t=8.7 s final energy =(1...

*March 16, 2015*

**Math**

If we select 6 out of 300 subjects, we can assume that the probability remains approximately constant, thus use of the binomial distribution is applicable, where n=6 p=0.58 bin(6,0.58, 3) =C(6,3)*0.58^3*0.42^3 =0.2891 approximately To be more precise, we calculate the ...

*March 16, 2015*

**stats**

The question satisfies requirements for a binomial distribution, where n=10 p=1/2 Probability of r girls out of n =P(G=r) =(n, r)p^r (1-p)^(n-r) where (n,r)=combination n choose r = n!/(r!(n-r)!) For at least 2 girls out of 10, P(G>=2)=1-(P(G=0)+P(G=1)) 1-(1)(1)(1/1024)-(10...

*March 16, 2015*

**Math**

Expected value is the sum of the product of all possible outcomes and the respective probability. Example of rolling one six-sided die: Payout equals the number appearing on top face. expected value = 1*1/6+2*1/6+3*1/6+4*1/6+581/6+6*1/6 =3.5

*March 16, 2015*

**Trigonometry**

set sin²(x) = 1-cos²(x) 16(1-cos²(x))=16-8cos(x) and substitute c=cos(x) 16c²-8c=0 c(2c-1)=0 c=0 or c=1/2 Find all solutions for c=0 in [0,2π) and all solutions for c=1/2 in [0,2π). Substitute back the solution and check that they are valid.

*March 16, 2015*

**Math**

Tia, You may or may not realize that here there are tutors who answer 50 to 100 posts a day on a voluntary basis just in order to help students. Any repeated post may get read 8 times by 8 different tutors, and worse, could also end up with a duplicate answer which you may not...

*March 16, 2015*

**statistics**

To get the first number right is 1 out of 31 choices. For the second number, there are only 30 choices (five different numbers)... So the probability of getting all five numbers right would be: (1/31)(1/30)...(1/27).

*March 16, 2015*

**calculus**

Calculus question: Let x=length remaining below winch. and ρ=mass density Work done winding up a length of dx is equivalent to bringing the length dx up by a distance of x, i.e. dW=ρg xdx Integrate W=ρg∫xdx from 0 to L =ρg L²/2 Physics question: ...

*March 16, 2015*

**STATS**

Initially, 49 out of 55 returns do not contain errors. So probability of selecting the first (first trial) correct return is 49/55. After this, there are 48 correct returns out of 54, so....48/54 For all three trials to succeed, we multiply the probabilities of all three ...

*March 16, 2015*

**statistics**

The probability for at least one correct answer, P(X>=1) is the same as probability of not getting ALL wrong answers or 1-P(X=0). P(X=0) is getting every one wrong, with a probability of (1/2)^n, where n is the number of questions guessed.

*March 16, 2015*

**chem**

Note: 1L = 1000mL, so 100mL = 0.1L Use proportions: 3 mol are required to make 1 L of 3.0M solution. x mol are required to make 0.1 L of 3.0M solution. x=3 mol * 0.1L /(1L) =0.3 mol

*March 16, 2015*

**statistics**

Events: A=from store A B=from store B D=defective then probability of defective player given it is from store A: P(D|A)=P(D∩A)/P(A)=P(D∩A)/0.3=0.027 then probability of defective player given it is from store B: Solve for P(D∩A) P(D|B)=P(D∩B)/P(B)=P(D∩B)/0....

*March 16, 2015*

**Physics (Tension and Springs)**

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*March 16, 2015*

**Kinematic**

Yes, Emily's approach will give the correct answer. You can also use another kinematics relation to solve for distance x: V1^2-V0^2=2ax where V1=final velocity = 0 V0=initial velocity = 12 m/s a=acceleration = -3 m/s² x=distance travelled in m.

*March 16, 2015*

**Statistics**

Exponential distribution has mean = λ where λ is the number of occurrences in a unit time, say one hour. So λ=60/15=4 The exponential probability distribution function is given by: P(T=t)=λe-λt and the cumulative distribution function: P(T<...

*March 15, 2015*

**Calculus check**

You're asking for minimum value of f'(x) for 0≤x≤6 where f(x)=6x²-x³. First we need to know if f'(x) is increasing, decreasing, or there's a minimum within [0,6]. We can find out by first finding f'(x)=12x-3x² Find critical points for f...

*March 15, 2015*

**Calculus check**

First step, substitute x=1 to get (x^3-1)/(x^2-1)=0/0 need to do something. Then since both numerator and denominator are factorizable readily, we have Limit (x->1) (x^3-1)/(x^2-1) =Limit(x->1) (x-1)(x^2+x+1)/[(x-1)(x+1)] =Limit(x->1) (x^2+x+1)/(x+1) since x≠1 =...

*March 15, 2015*

**calculus**

perhaps you have confused the answer with that of a different problem, the answer is not 3/2. Since putting in x=1 gives 0/0, you can either use d'Hôpital's rule, or simply multiply by the conjugate (sqrt(x)+1) of the numerator to create the common factor (x-1). ...

*March 15, 2015*

**Calculus**

f'(x)=sin(x) then by the derivative of trig functions, f(x)=-cos(x)+C Now solve for C in f(π)=-cos(π)+C=3

*March 15, 2015*

**Please check my Calculus**

It would help you if you say why you chose B. An inflection point is the point (x,f(x)) such that f"(x) [i.e. second derivative) equals zero. f(x)=x^n f'(x)=nx^(n-1) f"(x)=n(n-1)x^(n-2) So solve for f"(x)=0 when n is odd, say n=3, 5, 7... and solve for f&...

*March 15, 2015*

**Calculus check**

The slope is f'(x)=d/dx(tan2x)=2sec²(2x) so evaluate f'(pi/8) and make your choice again!

*March 15, 2015*

**MATH EQUATIONS**

1. S=(-7,-4) 4(-7)= 28≠-10 =2(-4)-2 so S is incorrect. 2. S=(-1,4) (-1)+2(4)=7 = 7 3(-1)-2(4)=-11 = -11 Yes, S is correct 3. S=(4,12) 4(4)-3(12)=-20 =-20 5(4)-7(12)=-64 =-64 Yes, S is correct. 4. S=(2,1) 2(2)-5(1)=-3 ≠-1 So S is not correct.

*March 15, 2015*

**Math - Equations**

See your other post.

*March 15, 2015*

**PHYSICS**

E=mass of earth M=mass of moon D=distance between centres of earth and moon. r=distance from centre of the earth m=mass of a certain object of the experiment Using Newton's law of gravitation, F=GMm/r^2 G=gravitational constant then force due to earth Fe=GEm/r^2 force due ...

*March 15, 2015*

**Calculus check**

Hmm... Mean value says that (f(x2)-f(x1))/(x2-x1) = f(x0) where x0∈[x1,x2] (f(x2)-f(x1))/(x2-x1) = (5-7)/2 = -1 f'(x)=-3/x^2 f'(sqrt(3))=-3/3=-1, Yes, C is correct.

*March 14, 2015*

**math**

Set up a contingency table and work from there: Contingency table of probability -------------------------------- case (treated) (not treated) outcome dies...(1/10)....(7/10) lives...(9/10)....(?/10)

*March 14, 2015*

**Calculus check revised.**

Yes, B is correct, again using chain rule.

*March 14, 2015*

**Calculus check**

Yes, B is correct. f'(x) d(sin^2(3-x))/dx Apply chain rule =2sin(3-x) dsin(3-x)/dx =2sin(3-x)cos(3-x)d(3-x)/dx =-2sin(3-x)cos(3-x) Then calculate f'(0) from above.

*March 14, 2015*

**Math**

log(y-1)=-log(y-9) using the property of logarithms, log(x) = -log(1/x), then log(y-1)=log(1/(y-9)) take anti-log on both sides, y-1 = 1/(y-9) then solve for quadratic in y after cross-multiplication.

*March 14, 2015*

**Statistics**

What do you do when you have the third object to be placed and supposed to place in a box already filled with two object? You would skip that case. How many of these cases do we have?

*March 14, 2015*

**Statistics**

Assuming the 10 boxes are distinguishable or ordered. There are 10 ways to put the first item, 10 for the second, and 10 for the third. So by the multiplication rule, there are 10^3 ways to place the three objects.

*March 14, 2015*

**math**

If the y-coordinate of P is missing, you need to supply it. If it is not given, then use w to complete the problem. P(5,w),Q(-1,2), Mid-point: M((5-1)/2, (w+2)/2)=(Mx,My) Slope of PQ: m=(2-w)/(-1-5) slope of perpendicular: m'=-(-1-5)/(2-w)=6/(2-w) Perpendicular bisector ...

*March 14, 2015*

**math**

Rule for translation: (x,y)-> (x+h, y+k) Solve for h,k from (-2,3)->(10,10) (a) hence find the image Q' of Q. (b) if mp-nq=(-12,9), this means m(-2,3)-n(1,3)=(-12,9) Split into individual equations for x and y to get -2m-n = -12 3m-3n = 9 Solve for m,n.

*March 14, 2015*

**physics**

Vf^2-Vi^2=2aS a=acceleration/deceleration Vf=final velocity = 0 Vi=initial velocity = 50 or 100 S=distance travelled. By proportion, double the initial velocity, will quadruple the stopping distance, with the same Vf and a.

*March 14, 2015*

**Physics**

Assume fine wire has zero mass Newton law of gravitation Weight=mg=GMm/r^2 where units are in m, kg, seconds R1=6400000 (at top of tower) R2=(6400000-20)=6399980 (at bottom) M=6*10^24 G=6.673*10^(-11) Difference in weight =GMm(1/R1^2-1/R2^2) Evaluate. Hint: the difference is ...

*March 13, 2015*