Tuesday

July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

Total # Posts: 117

**science**

I need help finding a PowerPoint with the importance of installation of actuator blocks on CH-47F aircraft or MH47 aircraft please.

**EARTH SCIENCE**

You guys should really do your own work cause how do we know what these people are saying is true not trying to be a rab

**Psy/355**

I need help with my research paper please. 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you examine the concept of motivation. „h Address the following items: o Define motivation. o Identify at least two sources of motivation. o Explain the relationship between motivation and behavi...

**Psychology**

I need help on collecting information for my research paper. Thanks in advance. Prepare a 1,400- to 1,750-word paper in which you explain the interaction between hormones and behavior, and how these interactions affect the determination of gender identity. Address the followin...

**math**

by what percent os a 100- watt light bulb brighter than a 60 watt light bulb

**English**

I think is B

**English**

In these four sentences, the word that’s most obviously a loaded word is? 1. Netta and Jim argued over their views of free trade. 2. Netta and Jim had different views on free trade. 3. Netta and Jim were sharply split over the issue of free trade. 4. Netta and Jim refused...

**English**

adrift like a paper boat

**English**

Why u disagree....8line line a paper boat.

**English**

This question is based on the following excerpt from a short story. Inside the bus, in his summer Class-A uniform with its brass glitter and infantry-blue shoulder cordon, Jamie Sabin was going home. Fort Benning would be a fading dream; Preston, Virginia, a place unknown, his...

**English**

This question is based on the following excerpt from a short story. Inside the bus, in his summer Class-A uniform with its brass glitter and infantry-blue shoulder cordon, Jamie Sabin was going home. Fort Benning would be a fading dream; Preston, Virginia, a place unknown, his...

**English**

This question is based on the following poem: Seasons are celebrations. A year's a Ferris wheel. Both honor our world's habit of spinning 'round a star. 7. Which one of the following sentences best expresses the main idea of this poem? A. The world has a habit of s...

**English**

This question is based on the following poem: Seasons are celebrations. A year's a Ferris wheel. Both honor our world's habit of spinning 'round a star. 7. Which one of the following sentences best expresses the main idea of this poem? A. The world has a habit of s...

**calculus**

Construct a sign chart for the derivative. Then determine the relative and absolute extrema for y = -4x2 + 4 on the interval [-3,3].

**spanish**

Weather report in Spanish. Help!!!

**english**

i want the inanimate poem "the wind"

**AP CHEMISTRY**

I don't understand how to do the first one. I really don't know how to do reactions

**AP CHEMISTRY**

Phosphoric acid is triprotic acid (three ionizable hydrogens). The values of its stepwise ionization constants are Ka1= 7.5E-5, Ka2= 6.2E-8, and Ka3= 4.2E-13 1) Write the chemical equation for the first ionization reaction of phosphoric acid with water 2)Write the equilibrium ...

**Human and Social Biology**

A calorimeter was used to oxidise completely 2g of a food sample,causing a temperature rise of 5degrees C in 100cm3 of water(this figure includes the water equivalent of the apparatus). How much energy was present in the food sample(in joule per g)?

**ECE405**

Identify and describe at least two ways you can structure and design the classroom environment to enhance anti-bias education and culturally relevant learning

**chemistry**

What is the minimum volume of 2.6 required to completely dissolve 20.0 of potassium metal?

**economics **

What two kinds of changes in the capital stock can improve labor productivity? How can each type be illustrated with a per-worker production function? What determines the slope of the per-worker production function?
14-) (Rules of the Game) How do “rule...

**physics**

An airplane travels 2800 km at a speed of 700 km/h, decreases its speed to 500 km/h for the next 1500 km and travels the last 1000 km at a speed of 400 km/hr. Find the average speed of the plane for the trip.

**math**

78

**Chemistry**

In the reaction between H2O2 and I-, 15 mL of 0.30M KI, 65. mL of 0.10M H2O2 and 19 mL of 0.020M Na2S2O3 were mixed in a flask containing starch and buffer and the total volume was made up to 500mL with distilled water. The solution turned blue (indicating the presence of I2)...

**Chemistry**

In this exercise, you need to spike 0.5 L of river water with 1,000 g/L of phosphate. Starting from a stock solution containing 1,000 mg/L of phosphate, calculate and explain in detail how exactly you will conduct this spiking experiment

**science**

a sliver coin and a gold coin each have a mass of exactly 6.6 grams the specific heat of sliver is 0.235j/g.degrees celcius and the specific heat of gold his 0.130j/g. degrees celcius what coin requires more heat to raise its tempreature by 40 degrees celcius

**science**

a plastic container witha mass of 30 grams gains 1,140 joules of heat if the tempreature of the container increases 20 degrees celcius what is the specific heat of the plastic in the container

**science**

gold has a specific heat of 0.130j/g. degrees celcuis if 195 joules of heat are added to 15 grans of gold homw much does the tempreature of the gold change

**science**

tori wants to increase the tempreature of 500 grams of water from 20 degrees celcius to 100 degrees celecius if the specific heat of water is 4.18j/g. degrees celcius how much heat is needed ?

**science**

the specific heat of sliver is 0.235j /g.c. how much heat is neeeded to raise the tempreature of an 8 gram sliver ring be 50 degrees celecius

**Chemistry**

Calculate the final temperature of a mixture of 350g of ice cubes at -18 degrees C and 237 g of water at 100 degrees C

**Chemistry**

Assuming complete dissociation of the solute, how many grams of KNO3 must be added to 275 mL of water to produce a solution that freezes at -14.5 degrees celcius ? The freezing point for pure water is 0.0 degrees celcius and Kf is equal to 1.86 degrees celcius/m. If the 3.90 m...

**PHYSICS**

Leg traction is applied to a patient's leg as shown in the figure below. If the physician has requested a 33 N force to be applied to the leg, and the angle is θ = 60 degrees. what mass m must be used for the object hanging from the massless cable? Image of traction: ...

**ap chemistry**

girlll u needa stop stressin! jus chill erythang gon b okay.

**math**

2,4,8,16,32,64 64 is the 6th number

**12th grade.physics**

three equal and similar charges each of 'q' units are placed at the corners of the square of side 'a' .find the electric field strength at the fourth corner?

**College chemistry**

A buffered solution is made by adding 50.0 g NH4Cl to 1.00 L of a 0.70 M solution of NH3. Calculate the pH of the final solution. (Assume no volume change.)

**Physics**

An object is attached to a horizontal spring. It is initially displaced by distance Δx from the equilibrium position and then released from rest. When the object passes the equilibrium position, its speed will be: a)v = 0 m/s b)v proportional to Δx (the speed is prop...

**Physics**

Bernoulli's equation is an expression of: the conservation of mass the conservation of total energy the conservation of kinetic energy the conservation of momentum the conservation of velocity My ans: the equation states that it should be a constant when there is a streaml...

**Physics**

Use the following two viscosity values for liquid water: η = 1.8 x 10-3 Ns/m2 at 0 o C η = 2.8 x 10-4 Ns/m2 at 100 o C At what temperature do you need a lesser force to pull a given glass slide with a given speed v though the water?

**Physics**

If I double the density of a fluid, the buoyant force on a given piece of material fully immersed in the fluid will?

**Physics**

The zeppelin Hindenburg exploded on May 6, 1937, in Lakehurst, New Jersey. The accident was due to this type of dirigible using hydrogen (density of H2, M = 2g/mol) as a gas. It carried up to 70 passengers and crew. Estimate how many passengers and crew the Hindenburg could ha...

**Physics**

wow I still don't understand how to do this problem. Are there any equations i need to use?

**Physics**

The zeppelin Hindenburg exploded on May 6, 1937, in Lakehurst, New Jersey. The accident was due to this type of dirigible using hydrogen (density of H2, M = 2g/mol) as a gas. It carried up to 70 passengers and crew. Estimate how many passengers and crew the Hindenburg could ha...

**Physics**

so its d right

**Physics**

We study water of 1.0 g/cm3 density in an open container with its surface exposed to the atmosphere. If we measure the pressure first at a depth d and find the value p1, and then at twice that depth to find p2, the two results are related in this form: a) p1> p2 b) p1=p2 c)...

**Physics**

A 0.535 kg wood block is firmly attached to a very light horizontal spring (k = 175 N/m. It is noted that the block-spring system, when compressed 5.0 cm and released, stretches out 2.3 cm beyond the equilibrium position before stopping and turning back. What is the coefficien...

**Physics**

Ok the above diagram didnt turn out the way i expected it to. But I hope you can still understand with the description. Please help, I tried it two times but I am not getting the correct answer.

**Physics**

A massless string runs around two massless, frictionless pulleys, where one pulley is attached to the ceiling, and the other is suspended with a mass m. An object with mass m = 17 kg hangs from one pulley. A force F is exerted on the free end of the string to lift the object a...

**Physics**

An object of mass m = 2.7 kg moves with initial speed vinitial = 2.2 m/s, then interacts with its environment, releasing 4.4 J of work. What is the speed of the object after the interaction is completed? My ans: I found KE initially and then subtracted 4.4J and with the new va...

**Physics**

Ok I got -W Because I used g=-9.8m/s^2 because it is acting in the opposite direction relative to the vertical y-axis. Is this correct? What does -W mean though?

**Physics**

Determine the work done by a person when lowering an object of mass 2.6 kg by a distance of 2.4 m. The person applies a force Fext such that the object moves with constant speed, i.e., without acceleration? My ans: W=F*d F = ma But it's saying constant speed so a=0 However...

**Physics**

W = F * d and F = ma but a = 0 so i was confused

**Physics**

Determine the work done by a person when lowering an object of mass 2.6 kg by a distance of 2.4 m. The person applies a force Fext such that the object moves with constant speed, i.e., without acceleration,

**Physics**

An object of mass 0.7 kg is thrown vertically upwards at a speed of 23 m/s. What is the gravitational potential energy of the object at the highest point of its trajectory?

**Physics**

In a mechanical experiment with an isolated object, only Ekin and Epot of the object change. If the object accelerates from 5 m/s to 10 m/s, its potential energy has? My ans: Potential energy has decreased by a factor of 2 because kinetic energy has increased by a factor of 2?

**Calculus**

Find a) lim (ln x)^1/x x->infinity b) lim (x-1)^lnx x->1+

**Calculus**

What is lim (t^3 + 1)/(t lnt) x->infinity

**Calculus**

Using L'Hopital's rule find the limit if exists of; lim x->1 (cosx)/(pi-2x) I got (sinx)/2 but i am not sure about this> Can anyone help me out

**Physics**

Which of the following forces does NOT have a zero work done on the object: a)The normal force on a box that slides across a horizontal level floor. b)The weight on a box that slides across a horizontal level floor. c)The normal force on a box that slides down an inclined plan...

**Physics**

A force of 5 N causes the displacement of an object by 3 m in the direction in which the force acts. What work did the object do/has been done on the object? My ans: Work = F * Displacement =+15 J positive because it acts in the direction of the object?

**Calculus**

What is implicit differentiation...as in what would be the steps in solving it. I read my textbook but it seems very confusing. 1) Differentiate both sides with respect to x 2) Realize that y is a function of x 3) Solve for y Plus the d/dx notation made it even more confusing....

**Physics**

Calculate the acceleration due to the rotation of the Earth of a person in a location 26° northern geographical latitude. Use REarth = 3,686 km for the value of the radius of the Earth.

**Physics**

In a physics experiment with an inclined air track, what do you predict about the following: a) Position graph b) Velocity c) Acceleration My ans: For a i predicted there would be a curve and i didn't know why b) velocity will decrease with time but why? c) acceleration is...

**Physics**

So in an experiment with an inclined air track (with air blower - like ramp of air hockey) and glider, why does the velocity decrease with time? I know that acceleration remains constant because og gravity, but why does velocity decrease? shouldn't it increase? What would ...

**Physics**

A roller coaster ride includes a circular loop with radius R = 13.3 m. What minimum speed must the car have at the top to stay in contact with the tracks?

**Physics**

A satellite orbits at an average altitude of h = 409 km. What is its orbital speed? Use REarth = 6370 km and mEarth = 5.98 x 10^24 kg

**Physics**

How long would it take for the Earth to complete a full turn if a person at 49.2° northern geographical latitude floats apparently weightlessly across the room? Use REarth = 6,385 km for the radius of Earth.

**Physics**

How long would it take for the Earth to complete a full turn if a person at 49.2° northern geographical latitude floats apparently weightlessly across the room? Use REarth = 6,385 km for the radius of Earth

**Physics**

A roller coaster ride includes a circular loop with radius R = 11.6 m. What minimum speed must the car have at the top to stay in contact with the tracks? How would I go around solving this, as in what formula would I need?

**Calculus**

How do you find factors of this with long division? 2x^3 - 3x^2 + 3x -1 = 0 I just don't know how to do it because there is a coefficient in front of first term.

**Calculus**

find the derivative of f, when f(x)=1/sqrt(x) ok so i tried simplifying it by multiplying top and bottom by conjugate radical, the top simplified to h but the bottom was a mess.

**Calculus**

We aren't allowed graphing calculators, plus it a rational function

**Calculus**

Ok so I have to find a vertical asymptote with denominator 3x^3-x-1. So then the denominator must not equal zero. But i just can't solve the cubic function i tried long division! but it didnt work

**Calculus**

Is f(x)=1/sqrt(x-5) continious at x=2? I know it is discontinuous at x=5 but then I got confused with the three rules. Because function is continuous if f(a) a is in the domain, limit exits, and also lim x->a f(x) = f(a)?

**Physics**

An object of mass M rests on a horizontal table and is connected to a cable that passes over a pulley and is then fastened to a hanging object with mass m. There is static friction between the horizontal surface and mass M. The coefficient of static friction is 0.75 and M=15. ...

**Physics**

A bicycle and rider of total weight 815 N travel at a speed of 40.0 km/h. The rider hits the breaks and the bicycle slides to a full stop in a distance of 8.5 m. Ignore air resistance and use g=9.8 m/s2. What is the coefficient of kinetic friction between the tires (rubber) an...

**Physics**

So I am guessing kinetic friction forces is the same as friction problem before, so the answer would be greater than zero and less than 90 N?

**Physics**

I haven't gotten to the chapter on friction yet, so I am totally clueless...I am still on kinematics and biomechanics right now.

**Physics**

An object slides down a inclined surface in the presence of kinetic friction forces. At the given inclination the kinetic friction force is found to be of magnitude 90 N. Now, the angle that the surface makes with respect to the horizontal is increased and the object continues...

**Physics**

costheta decreases so the answer is B? right

**Physics**

but isn't costheta periodic?

**Physics**

An object rests on an inclined surface thanks to the presence of static friction forces between the object and the surface. The magnitude of the friction force that prevents the object from sliding is found to be 30 N. Now, the angle that the surface makes with respect to the ...

**Challenging a Grade?**

I think you are on the wrong website

**Physics**

An object rests on an inclined surface thanks to the presence of static friction forces between the object and the surface. The magnitude of the friction force that prevents the object from sliding is found to be 30 N. Now, the angle that the surface makes with respect to the...

**Physics**

To treat fractures of the humerus shaft, a cast and traction device is used; such that the cast of the upper arm is bent by 100 degrees to 110 degrees at the elbow joint. The traction device is an object of mass M that is hung at the elbow, it keeps the upper arm under tension...

**Physics**

Hairs on the arms are tilted upward when a person gets goose bumps. The contracting muscle is called arrector pili and connects to the epidermis and the root sheath. Can you identify an action-reaction pair of forces that is involved in its action? My ans: I think the contract...

**Physics**

Two forces F1 and F2 act on ab object. It accelerates in a particular direction. Under what circumstances can you predict the direction of force F1 regardless of the specific value of Force F2? My ans: When F2 is weight but I am not sure

**Physics**

a) Why do athletes in jumping or throwing disciplines use an approaching run as part of their acceleration? b) Neglecting air resistance and aerodynamics, what would be the best angle of release in discus throwing? My ans: a) To increase horizontal velocity? Since acceleration...

**Physics**

Thanks andre

**Physics**

An object is thrown upward by a person on a train that moves with constant velocity. a) Describe the path of the object as seen by the person throwing it b) Describe the path of the object as seen by a stationary observer outside the train?

**Physics**

Is there any point along the path of a projectile where its velocity and acceleration vectors are; a) perpendicular to each other b) parallel to each other? My ans: a) I thought its perpendicular at the peak but I didnt know how to explain it b) I thought they would be paralle...

**Physics**

An object is thrown upward by a person on a train that moves with constant velocity. a) Describe the path of the object as seen by the person throwing it b) Describe the path of the object as seen by a stationary observer outside the train?

**Physics**

An object is thrown vertically upward. a) What are its velocity and acceleration when it reaches its highest altitude? b) What is its acceleration on its way downward half a meter above the ground? My ans: a) velocity is zero and acceleration is 9.8 m/s^2 b) i am not sure but ...

**Physics**

An object is thrown upward by a person on a train that moves with constant velocity. a) Describe the path of the object as seen by the person throwing it b) Describe the path of the object as seen by a stationary observer outside the train?

**Physics =(**

a) Can an object accelerate if its SPEED is constant? b) Can ab object accelerate if its VELOCITY is constant?

**Physics**

An object is thrown vertically upward. a) What are its velocity and acceleration when it reaches its highest altitude? b) What is its acceleration on its way downward half a meter above the ground? My ans: a) velocity is zero and acceleration is 9.8 m/s^2 b) i am not sure but ...

**science**

About 24% of the ordinary matter in the universe is thought to be helium produced in the Big Bang. Big bang theory supports this number...one of its major triumphs.

**Physics**

Can the instantaneous velocity of an object at a given time instant be greater than the average velocity over a time interval that includes the given time instant? Can it be less?