April 1, 2015

Posts by Misa

Total # Posts: 15

Calculus 2 (Differentiate & Decay Problem)
I have two problems I need help on, can someone show and explain step by step how to do the problems? For #1, how would you differentiate and solve the inital-value problem? For #2, I don't understand what I am doing wrong with the problem..I am sure it is a decay problem...
March 29, 2015

Calculus (Integral)
How would you take the integral of the following two functions: 1) ∫ 25 / e^x(25 + e^2x) dx 2) ∫ 7x / x^3 + 27 dx
March 9, 2015

What is the degree of this polynomial?
Thank you Damon for your help! I saw the mistake I made. Thanks again!
September 22, 2014

What is the degree of this polynomial?
I have the function: f(x)=3x(x−3)^2(x+2)^3(x^2−3) Would the degree be 7? Please let me know if I am correct.
September 22, 2014

1.What's the heat trapping action of gases in the atmosphere?
April 19, 2012

In order for a reaction to occur, particles must ______ in the proper _____ . What are the 2 words would be correctly fill in the blank? Thanks
March 1, 2012

how to find the pH of 0.10 M H2SO4 ??
February 28, 2012

how to find a pH for 0.10 M HCL? please explain
February 28, 2012

A Ca(OH)2 solution has a pH of 8.0. [H3O+] = 1.0 x 10^-8 and [OH-] = 1.0 x 10^-6 Determine [Ca(OH)2].
February 28, 2012

[OH] = 1.5 x 10^-13 , what is the [H3O] ? This is what I did. 1.0 x 10^-14 M / 1.5 x 10^-13 M = 1/15 or.066666 So what is the correct answer? Thank You
February 23, 2012

Find the g/mol for KBr 1.51g x 1mol/g/mol of KBr you should've gtt the answer for the mol the formula for molarity is M = mol/L plug the mol answer that you just found and divided by 2.05L Then you should;ve got the answer for molarity
February 9, 2012

what are the risks of using oil as a fuel ?
December 6, 2010

a cumulus cloud is growing taller, what will happen to the density of the air beneath it? explain
September 21, 2010

1.Describe how the hot water and the cold water moved when the divider was lifted. 2.Use your understanding of density to explain the motion of the water.
September 21, 2010

The ratio of the tens digit to the units digit is 1:4. If the digits are reversed, the sum of the new number and the original number is 110. Find the original number by using a systems of equations with elimination
September 11, 2008

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