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August 20, 2014

Posts by Nadir


Total # Posts: 15

Health
In a calorimeter, there's 5mL of water. The temperature rises by 5 degrees (F). How many calories are in the item put in the calorimeter?
January 15, 2013

Chemistry
The water in a calorimeter raises five degrees (F). There was five mL of water to start with.
January 15, 2013

math 7 th grade asap
PEMDAS! do the things in the ( ) first. that'd be b-4 which is probably base minus four then multiply by six.
January 14, 2013

Maths
1/3 of the total barn animals were chickens and rest were pigs there were total 20 legs. How many were pigs?
May 17, 2011

math
divide 4 by 14 on a calc and u get 0.214285714 round to nearest fourth: 0.2143
February 9, 2011

Math
If by MB you mean Megabyte (not Megabit) then: 18 MB = 18*8 = 144 Megabits 144/4 = 36 seconds
February 9, 2011

advanced funtions
when u have an even power, the value of y will always be positive, when u have an odd power, the value of y will be negative for x < 0 The higher the power the steeper the slope will be the graphs of x^n for even and odd n's are the same except that they are inverted ...
February 9, 2011

sciene
work = forcs*distance = 70*1.1 = 77 N.m
February 9, 2011

physics
Current velocity = (time)*(acceleration) + initial velocity 12 = (0.96)*acceleration + 0 acceleration = 12.5 m/s2
February 9, 2011

physics
Current velocity = (time)*(acceleration) + initial velocity 22.5 = time*4 + 0 time = 22.5/4 = 5.625 seconds
February 9, 2011

algebra 2
unless there is a special definition of "average rate of change" that im not aware of, ur answer is (f(19) - f(6))/(19-6)
February 9, 2011

PHY
More electrons than protons means the object has a negative charge Since a CL^-1 ion is negative, the two will repel each other
February 9, 2011

maths
y=2x-2 y+2=2x (y+2)/2 = x y/2 +1 = x Answer: x=y/2+1
February 9, 2011

science
1st you find the vertical component of its speed which = (120)sin(60)=103.92 m/s Gravity's pull will decrease its vertical speed by G (=9.8 m/s^2) Therefore the vertical velocity of the projectile = 103.92 - (9.8)*t (whee t is time in seconds) It will reach maximum height ...
February 9, 2011

CITY SCHOOL
useing these numbers: 25 - 7 - 8 - 5 - 4 - 3 make an equation so that the answer equals 828,but you can ONLY use those numbers. you cant add any more numbers and you cant repeat any of the numbers. you DONT have to use all the numbers though
August 25, 2010

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