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April 23, 2014

April 23, 2014

Total # Posts: 62

**physics**

Find the total displacement of a mouse that travels 1.0m north and then 0.8m south.

**Physics**

a simple pendulum consists of a 1.5 kg mass connected to a cored without and mass or friction. Initially the pendulum is vertically positioned when a 2.0 kg mass collides with ie, causing the pendulum to displace vertically upward 1.25 m. After the collision, the 2.0 kg mass t...

**chemistry**

moles of urea:16(g)/60(g/mol)=0.267(mol) 39(g)*1(kg)/1000(g)=0.039kg m=0.267/0.039=6.846(mol/kg)

**Geometry**

In Rhombus PQRS PQ=3a=7 and QR = 4a-11. What is the value of a?

**math **

How to multiply long fractions

**English 002**

Tell us why it is important to use good grammar, proper punctuation and clear senteces when you need to le someone know are displeased.

**English**

Many days of the year are "national" something or other day. For instance, National French Fry day is in July. Write a paragraph telling your reader what day you'd like to start. Remember to use complete sentences. Remember that all the sentences need to relate t...

**English 002**

Why complete senteces can help us in our writing at our jobs?

**V/CV OR VC/V PATTERN**

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**4th grade Math**

how much did maria bean plant grow between day 2 and day 3?

**geometry**

<4 and <5 form a linear pair and m<4 = 62. Find m<5.

**math elementary**

how much did maria bean plant grow between day 2 and day 3

**English**

what is the adjective in sentence "Sam sees a yellow bus"

**chemistry PLEASE HELP**

The density of water is 62.4 lbs/ft^3. what mass of water in kg will a rectangular can hold if it measures 2.00 ft by 3.00 ft by 6.00 inches?

**Math (please help!)**

You have 16 coins that are heads up and 18 coins that are tails up. After you add some coins that are tails up, the ratio of heads up to tails up is 1 to 1.5. How many coins are tails up? How many coins in all?

**Math**

You have 16 coins that are heads up and 18 coins that are tails up. After you add some coins that are tails up, the ratio of heads up to tails up is 1 to 1.5. How many coins are tails up? How many coins in all?

**Physics**

A ball of mass 5.0 kg moving with speed of 2.0 m/s in the +x-direction hits a wall and bounces back with the same speed in the -x-direction. What is the change of momentum of the ball?

**math**

a jet flies with wind at 1100 km/h and against the same wind at 750 km/h.Find the rate of the wind and the speed of the jet in still air.

**Chemistry**

what is the percent by mass of nitrogen in (NH4)2CO3? how do you do this ?

**Chemistry**

How many moles of a gas at 100 degrees celciuos does it take to fill a 1.00L flask to a pressure of 1.50 atm?

**Chemistry**

How many moles of a gas at 100 degrees celciuos does it take to fill a 1.00 flask to a pressure of 1.50 atm?

**Physics**

23m/s

**calculus**

Does any tangent to the curve y=ãx cross the x-axis at x= -1? If so, find an equation for the line and the point of tangency. If not, why not?

**geography**

the wide looping curves which are found along parts of the courses of some rivers are called: a.meanders b.flood plains c.river bluffs d.ox-bow lakes

**geography**

one of the most recent benefits of the mountaineous regions of some caribbean islands,with their numerous rivers is: a.logging and recreation b.mining for gold and water sports c.eco-tourism and recreation d.hiking and hunting

**geography**

in the caribbean the potential for hydro electric power is greatest in which of the following groups of territories? a.Trinidad,Jamaica and Barbados b.Guyana,Jamaica and belize c.Trinidad,St.Lucia and St.Kitts d.Guyana,Barbados and the vergin island

**geography**

some material or load of the river is transported by dumping or hopping from one point to another by force of the water.this is called: a.traction load b.saltation c.solution d.suspension load

**biology**

a hibiscus plant was attacked by mealybugs which completely destroyed them.the mealybug was said to have thrived because it was not in its natural habitat.what is the likely effect of introducing an organism,like the mealybug,into a new habbitat?

**information technology**

what are some of the negative impact of sharing information on a network?

**biology**

a hibiscus plant was attacked by mealybugs which completely destroyed them.what is the relationship between the mealybug and the hibiscus plant.

**information technology**

discuss the concept of teleconferencing and telecommuting.

**information technology**

describe the network of presentataion of rind,star and bus.

**physics**

what are nonrenewable energy sources?

**physics**

what are renewable energurces?

**chemistry**

what are the physical properties of sucrose?

**physics**

what are some questions on work?

**physics**

what are some questions on momentum?

**agricultural science**

breeds of broilers in Guyana and breeds of layers in Guyana.

**chemistry**

an aqueous solution contains 2 solutes A&B.A is soluble in hexane,B is not.Hexane is liquid at rom temperature and does not mix with water.The density of hexane at room temperature is 0.7g/dm3.Describe giving full practical details how you would produce a pue sample of solute A.

**chemistry**

when is it better to use fractional distillation other than simple distillation?

**physics**

what are some examples of sources of energy?

**chemistry**

What are the physical properties of sucrose.

**chemistry**

A sample of sucrose as been contaminated with sand.How would you purify the sucrose

**chemistry**

An aqueo solution contains 2 solutes A&B.A is soluble in hexane and B is not.Hexane is liquid at room temperature and does not mix with water.The density of hexane at room temperature is 0.7g/dm3.Describe givig full practical details how you would produce a pure sample of solu...

**science**

An aqueo solution contains 2 solutes A&B.A is soluble in hexane and B is not.Hexane is liquid at room temperature and does not mix with water.The density of hexane at room temperature is 0.7g/dm3.Describe givig full practical details how you would produce a pure sample of solu...

**science**

A sample of sucrose as been contaminated with sand.How would you purify the sucrose

**chemistry**

describe how you would produce pure samples of iron and sulphur powders from a mixture of the two.

**Physics**

A rollercoaster car starts at rest on top of a frictionless hill of height 17 m, slides down to ground level, and then into a frictionless loop of radius 5 m. When the car is at the side of the loop (level with the center), find the magnitude of the car's tangential accele...

**Algebra**

Whoops and one thing I forgot. Is it allowed for a parobala to open upward and have the directrix intercept it? Since p is greater than zero, it would have to open upward, but then the directrix would intercept the parobala (the directrix follows the x axis, and is at zero y)

**Algebra**

Thanks to those who helped with my question: y+3=-1/12(x-1)^2. The only thing I am still unsure of is how to write the equation for the directrix. Do I just simply write 0=3-3, (the values plugged in for y=k-p). Thanks again for your help!!

**Algebra**

My standard-form equation is (x+3)^2+(y+2)^2=4. Do I find the radius by doing the square root of four? I just wanted to check on this. Based on the example in my book, it seemed like this is the way to do this, but I wanted to make sure, because they didn't come right out ...

**Algebra**

(I posted this yesterday, if it looks familar, but no one was on who could help me). I am supposed to graph y+3=-1/12(x-1)^2. How do I find the equation of the directrix, and the coordinates of the vertex and the focus?

**Algebra**

Hi again. I am supposed to graph y+3=-1/12(x-1)^2. How do I find the equation of the directrix, and the coordinates of the vertex and the focus?

**Algebra**

I am supposed to write the standard equation of the parabola with the directrix x=1, and the vertex 6,2. I got y-6=1/4p(x-2)^2. Is this correct? I am supposed to graph y+3=-1/12(x-1)^2. I tried to find p, and I got 36. I don't think this could be correct, because the graph...

**english**

are the following command sentences get into the car sit down and read your book

**Algebra**

what is the equation of the line that passes though the points (-3,4) and (-9,6)

**Biology**

I'm sorry, I don't think that's the answer. I believe it's only one word, and it's one of the organelles in the cell. Thank you for answering, but is there any one word organelle that you think might be the answer?

**Biology**

Thank you. This was very helpful.

**Biology**

I am doing an essay about the nuclear envelope. However, I can't find very good information about the function of this organelle. For example, how does the nuclear envelope protect the nucleus?

**math**

how would you make an equation for a decreasing linear relation?

**biology**

Indentify what category (protein, carbohydrate, or lipid) each of the following is: hemoglobin, ligaments, RNA, DNA, muscle fibers, cholesterol I thought RNA and DNA were nuecleotides.. but who knows? Thanks in advance. If those are the only 3 possible answers, then your instr...

**speed of light**

please answer the question my physics homework is due tomorrow XD

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