# Posts by Stephen

Total # Posts: 291

**Calculus**

Thank you too steve!

**Calculus**

I think we have a golden answer! Thank you so much for your wonderful help, it means a lot that you'd take the time to help me out and teach me something along the way. I have no idea how I made it to a calculus class without knowing how to solve logarithms, and yet, here ...

**Calculus**

Thank you very much, you opened my eyes to my error, however I see a slight mistake in your work as well. You got here: dy/dx = (y-1)/(x^2) dy = (y-1)/(x^2) dx dy/(y-1) = x^-2 dx this is all correct, but when you integrate it should be this: ln (y-1) = -1/x + c (because the ...

**Calculus**

Hello, I would greatly appreciate any help that I can have with the following calculus question below. It has to do with separable differential equations. I'm also going to explain what I've done so far, so please bear with me (but honestly I don't think I've ...

**science**

can someone answer this?????????

**social studys**

1 IS RIGHT!!!I GOT 100% THX!

**Physics**

A sphere of radius r =5cm and volume charge density ?=14?C/m^3 spins at ?=200rad/s . What is the magnetic field at the center of the sphere in Tesla?

**English**

peer pressure destroys character yes or no?.

**Math**

Students measure the velocity of a car as it races along a track in a clockwise direction. Their measurements are detailed below: Time (sec) | Velocity (in/sec) 0 | 4 1 | 8 2 | 10 3 | 6 4 | 9 5 | 12 6 | 5 7 | 8 8 | 10 9 | 6 10 | 12 Estimate the distance traveled by the car ...

**math**

The roof of a tunnel is in the shape of a parabolic arch whose highest point is 18m above the road. The road surface is 16m wide. Lights are placed in the tunnel 12 meters high. How far from center of the tunnel are the lights placed?

**Calculus**

Oh lol, I think I see what we're doing differently. I thought that the first instance that the particle would be at the origin was when t=0 but it really is when t=pi/2. Basically, I substituted the wrong number. Thank you, and I'm sorry for not seeing your point.

**Calculus**

I believe your equation for velocity is incorrect. In this case V=-sin(sqrt(t))*1/2(sqrt(t))^-1/2 Your equation for velocity is missing raising to the -1/2 power at the end. applying that piece will make velocity undefined at t=0.

**Calculus**

The Question: A particle moves along the X-axis so that at time t > or equal to 0 its position is given by x(t) = cos(?t). What is the velocity of the particle at the first instance the particle is at the origin? So far I was able to determine that the velocity of the ...

**AP Calculus AB**

The fence around Wayne Manor (a rectangular plot of land) is going to be replaced. No fence will be required for the side lying along Gotham river. If the new wrought iron fence costs $12 per meter for the side parallel to the river and $4 per meter for the other two sides, ...

**science**

How many drop (1drop=0.05ml) of 0.20M potassium iodide must we add to 0.010M Pb(NO3)2 to get precipitation of lead iodide to start if Ksp of lead iodide is 7.1x10^-9.

**Riddle**

Long_short,round_square,good_broken,painted_plaine. What are they.

**math**

if the three sides of an equilateral triangle are 3x + 2, 2y - X and y + 3. find X and y and the perimeter of the triangle. kindly elucidate further on this question

**PHYSICS**

Pls help me find the answer

**chemistry**

when a quantity of powdered sulphur is burnt in excess oxygen, 100cm3 of SO2 were produced at STP CAL,the vol of gas at STD

**physics**

30m

**math**

subtract 3x-12/4x^2-8*2x^2-4/9x-36

**Physics**

I'm having Sig fig troubles. What would 0.98*2040 be using Sig fig rules???

**Calculus integrals**

LOL are you doing Besner's webwork too?

**math**

if V(r)=4/3 pir^(3) find (v2r)/(vr)

**Statistics**

If the the girls are not being replaced (i.e put back in the lot) it would be (16/54)+(15/53)+(14/52)+(13/51) since you're not replacing them, the amount of people inside the group decreases. Now fi the candidates were being replaced, the amount of candidates in total ...

**algebra**

y=7x

**stat**

1|3366 2|12334445555666789 3|022223344489 4|237 5|2 The first quartile, if your plot was to be divided equally into 4 quarters, would be from the first point around the 9th point. So for example, if you're staring from the top, you'd add up the points from 1.3-2.4 (The...

**Math**

(1/2)17+(1/6)= Since a coin has 2 sides, the probability of landing a heads is 1/2, and because there are 17 of them, you multiply the 1/2 by 17. The die is being rolled once so the porbability of rolling a 4 is 1/6. Add them together you get what you need.

**Math**

Let K(x)= (sin(3x-7)) / (e^x-2) (I'm sorry if it is not clear here, but the denominator in K(x) has the natural number, e, to the power of just x. So "x-2" is not the exponent. "x" is the exponent). The Question: Does K(x) have a horizontal asymptote? (...

**English**

Alright, I understand. Thank you!

**English**

Is the word "and" still considered a coordinating conjunction if it is being used in a list rather than to connect two independent clauses? For example: "Jeff wants to buy an apple, a pear, and a banana" Is the "and" used in that sentence still a ...

**math**

(1/2)x+(3/4)x=(4/3)x+2 solve for x (5/4)x=(4/3)x+2 -(1/12)x=2 x= 2 * -12 x=-24 the number is -24

**English**

Alright, thanks!

**English**

Just out of curiosity, is it okay to use the phrase "and so" in a sentence? Like "Johnathan knew that he had to help the boy asking a question on Jiskha. And so, he did just that, and the boy went on to being the happiest boy on earth." I just need to know ...

**Math**

What I ended up getting was v(t)=3 sin( pi/3 (t- ((4-pi/2)))) -1 so B= pi/3 and C=4–pi/2

**Math**

Context: The function v(t) represents the velocity of a particle moving along a horizontal line at any time, t, greater than or equal to zero. If the velocity is positive, the particle moves to the right. If the velocity is negative, the particle is moving to the left. The ...

**eng 122**

Yes

**eng 122**

Yes, this is a component of writing with an academic voice.

**AP Chem help?!!!!**

What effect will dissolving larger amounts of salt in a beaker of water have on the concentration and conductivity of the solution? 1. The concentration does not change, but the conductivity increases. 2. Both concentration and conductivity decrease. 3. Both concentration and ...

**AP Chemistry help!!!!!**

How does the boiling point of ethane (CH3CH3) compare with that of ethanol (CH3CH2OH)? 1. The boiling point of ethane is higher because it has stronger London dispersion forces. 2. The boiling point of ethane is higher because it has stronger dipole-dipole forces. 3. The ...

**Math**

Thank you.

**Math**

A hiker started to climb up the hill at 6:00 am and either kept climbing up or rested at some place(s). He reached the top at 6:00 pm. he rested there for the next 12 hours. Next day at 6:00 am, he began to travel down the same path. He either moved downward or rested at some ...

**Math**

Reiny I believe you have made a mistake, but using the same method, the correct answer would be 1mile (because (1/60)*(60)). But still, thanks for the help.

**Math**

Thank you for your response, but to clarify, why is "(17+13)" important in the problem?

**Math**

The question goes as follows: Two trains are moving toward each other at speeds 17 mph and 43 mph. How far apart are they 1 minute before they pass each other? So I have been trying to answer this question for a while now, and it is turning out to be a little harder than I ...

**chemistry**

what will be formed when oxygen combines with hydrogen in the presence of hydrated iron 3 oxide?

**CHEMISTRY**

USING DOT (.) AND CROSS (x) DIAGRAM SHOW THE BONDING IN THE COMPOUND FORMED WHEN HYDROGEN AND OXYGEN COMBINE

**Geometry**

Point $G$ is the midpoint of median $\overline{XM}$ of $\triangle XYZ$. Point $H$ is the midpoint of $\overline{XY}$, and point $T$ is the intersection of $\overline{HM}$ and $\overline{YG}$. Find the area of $\triangle MTG$ if $[XYZ] =150$.

**Math- PLEASE HELP**

Altitudes $\overline{XD}$ and $\overline{YE}$ of acute triangle $\triangle XYZ$ intersect at point $H$. If the altitudes intersect at a $123^\circ$ angle, and $\angle YXH = 26^\circ$, then what is $\angle HZX$ in degrees?

**Math**

Thanks Zeriku senpai and please! i got 100

**life orientation**

They become uncertain hopeless,careles and even lonely becouse of the pressure

**math**

For the Rule of 78, for a 12-month period, the last term in the sequence is 12 and the series sums to 78. For an 10 month period, the last term is and the series sum is . For a 15 month period, the last term is and the series sum is . For a 20 month period, the last term is ...

**physics**

a ball of mass 0.1kg is thrown vertically upwards with an initial velocity of 80m/s.calculate the potential energy (I) half way up (ii) at its maximum height.what is the kinetic energy as it leaves the ground

**mathematics**

A mortgage is taken out of 100000 dollars and is repaid by annual instalments of 20000 dollars. Interest is charged on the outstanding debt at 10 percent annually. If the first repayment is made one year after the mortgage is taken out, find the number of years it takes for ...

**Social Studies**

Why did the Spanish and French start fighting? Question from Social Studies weekly week 8 for 4th graders.

**Health. Please check answers**

B, B, B. 100%

**programming in basic**

1 If four statements are entered with the same statement number, the computer will accept the ______ statement with the duplicate statement number first second third fourth 2 ______ is a valid BASIC number? 567890100 200,000 $65 1.05E+09 3 Data provided using the ______ ...

**chemistry**

2.A 3.A 4.C 5. 6. B 7.B 8.B 9. 10. D

**Maths**

Change these fractions to twentieths and then arrange them in order of size, smallest first. 7/20 2/5 3/4 7/10

**Algebra**

Simplify. -x^3(1-x^2)^-1/2 -2x(1-x^2)^1/2 ------------------------------- x Do I first start by getting rid of the negative exponents? I do not know where to begin. Please help.

**Algebra**

Factor by removing the common factor with the lesser exponent 2x(x-5)^-3 -4x^2(x-5)^-4 I don't really know how to do this. The final answer I got is: 2x(2x^2-10x+1) -------------- (x-5)^4

**help**

The a is supposed to be a square root

**Algebra**

t^2/ã(t^2+1) - ã(t^2+1) ------------------------- t^2 Is the final answer -1/t^2 sqrt(t^2+1)

**Algebra**

I'm just trying to write it like it appears in the book. (5)^-1/2 * (5x)^5/2 (5x)^-3/2 Simplifies to 1/5 * ã5x^5(1/ã5x^3) How do I get to xã5? I'm confused. I've tried many times.

**Algebra**

Simplify 5^-1/2 * 5x^5/2 (5x)^-3/2 My final answer was x/sqrt5

**Algebra**

Solve the complex fraction ((t^2/sqrt t^2+1)-sqrt t^2+1))/t^2 Is the LCD to multiply by sqrt t^2+1????? Please help!

**Still need help**

Is the final answer x/sqrt5?

**Algebra**

after more simplification I got x^2(sqrt5x)/(sqrt5)(x sqrt5x) can I cancel out the sqrt5x from the denominator and numerator?

**Algebra**

5^-1/2 x 5x^5/2(5x)^-3/2= 1/sqrt5 x sqrt5x^5 x 1/sqrt5x^3= ??? I need to simplify and I need help understanding what the next step is

**Algebra**

Rationalize numerator. ((sqrt7)-3/4)(sqrt7+3/sqrt7+3) I got that the answer is 7-9/4sqrt7+12= -2/4sqrt7+12

**physics**

3125/16

**History**

The 4th amendment says that probable cause must be established for a domestic search warrant.

**History**

The best answer is A the 6th amendment.

**Finance**

BH Holding Inc. is considering undertaking a capital project, costing $8 million today. in addition, the project will be installed over the next 2 years, costing $1.0 million at the end of the first year and $0.5 million at the end of the second year. thereafter, the project ...

**HELP PLEASE NOW**

Ummmmm @ Anonymous how are you going to make a phone call home when you don't even have are phone numbers? Huh? Thought so, and you don't know any of us. So uh, your wrong.

**math**

-5x^2 + 3x^2 = -2x^2 5x - 4x = x 5 -2 = 3 -2x^2+x+3

**Math**

The numbers that your showing are in increments of 50 and would be shown on your graph as such. If your looking for further breakdown the increments in between would be in 25 units. 50-75-100-125-150-175-200-250-300

**Maths**

thanks

**Maths**

i don't have the answer for b

**Maths**

A football match between United and City is watched by 24 000 spectators. Of the 24 000 spectators, 14 112 support United and 8208 support City. The rest of the spectators are neutrals who support neither team. a.Work out the percentage of the 24 000 spectators who support ...

**Maths**

thanks i have now done the last 2

**Maths**

please help i can't do them

**Maths**

what about the other 2

**Maths**

22.5%

**Maths**

In a sale of electrical equipment, the price of all goods is reduced by . Work out the sale price of the following. a A DVD player which normally costs £88 b A portable audio player which normally costs £150 c A laptop computer which normally costs £986

**Maths**

thanks so the answer is 3.75%

**Maths**

yes

**Maths**

Ranee keeps £360 in a savings account for a year. At the end of the year she gets £13.50 in interest.Work out the interest rate on the account.Give your answer as a percentage. What's the answer guys and girls

**PHYSICS**

1.522j

**Chemistry**

how many molecules of N2 could fit in a 2.00L soda bottle at 23C and 755mmHg

**phy**

505k

**ss**

In what ways can it be argued that the European union caused ww1 and ww2

**art**

what perspectives are important in understanding a work of art?

**Entrepeurnuership**

I think its 1

**please answer**

please answer

**Entrepeurnuership**

anybody can answer

**Entrepeurnuership**

which of the following companies is the easiest type to set up sole proprietorship LLC C corporation S corporation

**entrepreneurship**

I have another

**entrepreneurship**

thanks

**entrepreneurship**

differenite