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July 2, 2016

Posts by Steve

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Math
if you want the height, drop the altitude to the base. It divides the base into two parts, x and 12-x. Now, using the Pythagorean Theorem, you can find the height h using x^2 + h^2 = 8^2 (12-x)^2 + h^2 = 7^2 subtract and you get rid of h, leaving x^2 - (12-x)^2 = 64-49 24x - ...
June 9, 2016

Physics- Help!!
120 * (1200/100) = ?
June 9, 2016

math
do you see what a useless response that is? Restrict how? Anyway, I gave you the information you need. How about showing some effort of your own here?
June 9, 2016

math
infinitely many. Or did you want to restrict the available area? In the first quadrant, (4,4) is on the curve. There will be none to the left of (1,16) or to the right of (16,1). And don't count the lattice points on the curve...
June 9, 2016

Pre-Cal: Domain
the domains include all real numbers except where the denominator is zero. So, figure the resultant function, and then exclude any places where the denominator is zero. AND, exclude 0 and -7 because at those values f or g is undefined, so even though some mixture of them might...
June 9, 2016

Calculus
you are correct. 1/(x-1) -> ∞ I tried to pound a round peg into a square hole.
June 9, 2016

Calculus
note that if u = 1/(x-1) then what you have is sin(u)/u You have probably seen that this limit is 1, so follow the same argument. Or, try google. A good discussion is at math.ucsb.edu/~jcs/SqueezeTheorem.pdf
June 9, 2016

Math/Dosage Calculations
just add up the amounts (in fl oz): (1/3)(8) + (1/2)(16) + 3 = 41/3 fl oz. Now just convert that to mL. 1 oz = 29.57 mL Hmmm. I get 404 mL
June 9, 2016

Math
Just take each sentence and place the required digit in for one of the x's. Start with xxxx My hundreds digit is the last odd number. x9xx and move right along.
June 9, 2016

Math
w*2w = 1250 Now get w, then the length is 2w
June 9, 2016

Math
that would be the area of the inner cylinder, plus the area of the outer cylinder, plus the area of the two rings at the end. So, if R = outer radius r = inner radius h = length of pipe the total area is 2πrh + 2πRh + π(R^2-r^2) = 2πh(r+R) + π(R+r)(R-r...
June 9, 2016

Math - Year 10 - Simult. Equations
just plug in y=3x and you get x^2 + (3x)^2 = 10 Now x is easy, and then y=3x.
June 9, 2016

geography
how many time zones in between? That's the number of hours. Or, if you know the longitudes, since there are 24 hours in a 360° circle, each hour covers about 15°
June 9, 2016

geometry
since j is in the middle, mn = mj+jn = 6 3/4 + 6 3/4 = ?
June 9, 2016

trigonometry
If that fails, try cot (x-y)/2 and use your half-angle formula, and more parentheses next time.
June 8, 2016

math
sure, if so designated
June 8, 2016

Math
even without calculus, you can do these. Just think of what you know about lines and parabolas. Then you can verify your Algebra I with calculus. What do you think?
June 8, 2016

math(bearing)
There seems to be a lot of noise here If the bearing of Y from Z is 280, then the bearing of Z from Y is 280-180 = 100
June 8, 2016

Pre-Cal (Help Plz)
come on. x^2-4 is negative on the interval (-2,2) So, since |x^2-4| is always positive, that little arc below the x-axis is flipped up above it. Everywhere else, the two functions are identical. g(x) = -f(x) if |x| < 2 g(x) = f(x) if |x| >= 2
June 8, 2016

Pre-Cal (Help Plz)
take a look at the graphs and see what you can say. And why not use || for absolute value? It's not like you don't have the characters... http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=plot+y%3Dx^2-4,+y%3D|x^2-4|
June 8, 2016

math
ok
June 8, 2016

Trigonometry
off course as measured how? Actual distance between target and position, or distance perpendicular to the intended course? In the first case, use the law of cosines. Both sides of the included angle are 152*2
June 8, 2016

Trigonometry
draw the diagram. It should be clear that if the height is h, h cot32° - h cot40° = 12
June 8, 2016

Trigonometry
draw the diagram. It should be clear that north: 83 cos37° west: 83 sin37°
June 8, 2016

math
looks good to me.
June 8, 2016

Math - eh?
NO IDEA! Where the heck is X?
June 8, 2016

PreAlgebra
x^2 = 22^2 - 7^2 now just crank it out
June 8, 2016

Math
your formula is correct, but your answer is not. Oh, well.
June 8, 2016

Math
a = 2πr(r+h) = 2π(9)(9 + 19) = 504π So, D How did you get 523?
June 8, 2016

Math
yes, it is correct.
June 8, 2016

Science
PV/T is constant, so you want T such that 1.82*18.7/353 = 1.41*25.1/T T ≈ 367
June 8, 2016

aptitude
clearing fractions and decimals, we have 125x + 5y = 21 3x + y = 3 now you can substitute y = 3-3x to get 125x + 5(3-3x) = 21 Now it's easy to solve for x, and then you can get y.
June 8, 2016

Algebra
Seems we want cube roots: ∛540r^3 s^2 t^9 = ∛27*20 r^3 s^2 (t^3)^3 = 3rt^3 ∛20s^2 so, yes, you are correct
June 8, 2016

maths
just plug in values for t: x(2) = 16*2 - 2*2^2 = 32-8 = 24 likewise for t=6
June 8, 2016

math
starting with 1, after chocolates, 3/5 remains after gift to sister, she has 8/9 * 3/5 = 8/15 after books, she has 1/4 * 8/15 = 2/15
June 8, 2016

Math
so, which ones did you get? Show some work, eh? This is a massive homework dump. And sorry, you will have to describe the graphics is possible.
June 8, 2016

Trigonometry
as usual, with fractions, cross-multiply, and you will see one of your standard identities.
June 8, 2016

Trigonometry
I assume you mean 4sin^2(3θ) - 3 = 0 sin^2(3θ) = 3/4 sin(3θ) = √3/2 3θ = 60° or 120° θ = 20° or 40° Since sin(3θ) has period 360/3 = 120°, add multiples of 120° to those values. You will find six solutions in the ...
June 7, 2016

Trigonometry
you have tanx = -2 so, the solutions will be in QII and QIV.
June 7, 2016

Trigonometry
since sin^2x = 1 - cos^2x, make that substitution, and then solve the quadratic for cos(x)
June 7, 2016

Trigonometry
No idea what a double identity is, but draw the triangle. The missing side is √24. In QII, that means x is negative, so cosθ = x/r = -√24/5 cotθ = x/y = -√24/1
June 7, 2016

math
clearly the major axis has length 13, and the minor axis has length 12. So a = 13/2 b = 6 c^2 = a^2-b^2 = 25/4, so c = 5/2 The center is at (13/2,0), so h = 13/2 and k=0 The foci are at (h±c,k) Since the major axis is horizontal, that means the equation is (x-h)^2/a^2...
June 7, 2016

Math
so, no, A is not correct.
June 7, 2016

math
a = 0.9 o so, o = a/0.9 = 1.111a so, the orange is 11% heavier than the apple. The grapefruit is just noise.
June 7, 2016

math
do you even look at what you type? That's "sides" not "size"! and "menion" just escapes me totally! If the two diagonals are x and y, then using the law of cosines, and the fact that consecutive angles are supplementary, x^2 = 6^2+9^2 - 2*6*9 ...
June 7, 2016

Algebra
It sounds like you want a recursive sequence, where T(n+1) = 4Tn - Tn^2 If so, then if Tn = 4*2.4 - 2.4^2 = 3.84 T(n+1) = 4*3.84 - 3.84^2 = 0.61
June 7, 2016

math
5000*1.01^8 + 10000*1.01^16
June 7, 2016

Math Help Please
Note which side is opposite to A and adjacent to A. Now review your basic trig functions. You can see that sinA = BC/AB cosA = AC/AB so you are correct. Extra credit: How did I figure it out, with no triangle to refer to?
June 7, 2016

value
you don't move on a bearing. You move on a heading. You observe on a bearing. Starting from R at (0,0), P moves to (-20/√2,-20/√2) Q moves to (15√3/2,15/2) now just find the distance between those points. Or, use the law of cosines. The angle between ...
June 7, 2016

algebra
12 mg / kg * 1kg/2.2lb * 120lb = 655mg
June 7, 2016

maths
What do you mean when you say when it is perpendicular to it ?? when what is perpendicular to what?
June 7, 2016

Maths
1+1 = 2 You have some other questions?
June 7, 2016

Maths
DBA = BDC = 28° DBC = 90° - DBA = 62°
June 7, 2016

Math (money)
(x - 200)(.80) - 131 = .20x x = 485 check: start: 485 dress: 200 leaves 285 bag: 57 leaves 228 shoes: 131 leaves 97 = 20% of 485
June 7, 2016

MATH - ??
Ouch! I got confused on the period/comma usage disparity. Or, I could just say I was figuring in km instead of meters!
June 7, 2016

MATH
x(1 - 1/3 - 2/5) = 6/5 4/15 x = 6/5 x = 9/2 check: 1/3 of 9/2 = 3/2 = 1.5 2/5 of 9/2 = 9/5 = 1.8 1.5 + 1.8 + 1.2 = 4.5 = 9/2
June 7, 2016

maths
if cos3Q = √3/2, sin3Q = ±1/2 so, tan3Q = ±1/√3 so, using the +1/2 value, tan6Q = 2tan3Q/(1-tan^2 3Q) = 2(1/√3)/(1 - 1/3) = (2/√3)/(2/3) = 3/√3 = √3 so, -√3 if sin3Q = -1/2
June 7, 2016

Math (Trig)
right on
June 7, 2016

Maths
200 trees means 199 intervals between. So, each interval is 396/199 meters. That means that the nth tree is at a distance from the first of Tn = (n-1)(396/199) Now just plug in 15 for n and you have your distance.
June 6, 2016

math
well, you could start off by writing that with math symbols: 2x/5 = 12 Now just solve for x.
June 6, 2016

Math
that equation describes a line. Was there something in particular you wanted to know about it? Getting rid of the fractions, it could also be written as 7x + 90y + 72 = 0
June 6, 2016

Math
not quite. It was simple interest, not compound. 4300(1+.018*15) = 5461.00
June 6, 2016

Math
well 40° is 1/9 of 360°, or the whole pizza.
June 6, 2016

Math
Draw a N-S line through A. From that line, the angle back to the start is 55°, and the angle to B is 64° 55+64 = 119 That means the interior angle must be 61°, since the entire N-S line is a straight angle.
June 6, 2016

Math (*-*)
a larger denominator means a smaller value. Think about it. If you cut a pizza into 4 pieces, 7 pieces, 10 pieces, which pieces are smaller?
June 6, 2016

Math
see related questions below
June 6, 2016

trade science
do you know the thermal expansion coefficient?
June 6, 2016

math @Reiny
I think I like your thinking. Sorry, danbaba.
June 6, 2016

math
(ii) 2/3 * 1/3 (i) 1 minus that
June 6, 2016

Maths
well, that would be 9*20000 cm Just change that to km or, to make things easier, 20000cm = 200m = 0.2km so, 9cm = 9*0.2 km
June 6, 2016

7th Grade Math
sorry that should be (a+b)/2 * h
June 6, 2016

7th Grade Math
There is missing information. You cannot get the area of the triangle without knowing its height. Then its area is 1/2 * base * height The area of a rectangle is width * height A trapezoid has two bases and a width (or height) -- you only name one. Then, a trapezoid with bases...
June 6, 2016

7th Grade Math
So, how did you get the area of 46 without finding the areas of the three shapes? You do know how to do those, I guess? Just show your work so the teacher knows you can do the areas. Why not show your work here, so we can see what's going on... Also, area is square inches...
June 6, 2016

math
draw the two triangles in standard position. A is a 5-12-13 triangle, and B is 8-15-17. sinA = 5/13 cosA = 12/13 tanA = 5/12 sinB = 8/17 cosB = -15/17 tanB = -8/15 Now just plug those values into your addition formulas for the trig functions.
June 6, 2016

MATHS
what, you can't plug in the digits and add? EGG+EGG = 899+899 and so on
June 6, 2016

Maths
well, what is 3/5 of 20? No idea? what is 1/5 of 20? ...
June 6, 2016

abc
since distance = speed * time, if Ashok's speed is a, and thw wind's is w, then we have (3/2)(a+w) = 60 (2)(a-w) = 60
June 6, 2016

math
Did you try actually plotting the line segment? Just plot (1,2) and then go 5 left and 5 right. A=(-4,2) B=(6,2)
June 6, 2016

math
hint: gradient 0 means y never changes.
June 6, 2016

uncc
x: 15 cos30 y: 15 sin30
June 6, 2016

Math
s = 1/2 at^2 = 1/2 t^(5/2)
June 6, 2016

Pre-Calc
sorry; the heading is 34.02° (It's 90-A), not 90+A
June 5, 2016

Pre-Calc
630 @ 𝑁 30° 𝐸 = <315.00,545.58> wind from the SE is in the direction NW, so 45 @ NW = <-31.82,31.82> Now, if the plane's ground speed is <x,y> we have <x,y> + <-31.82,31.82> = <315.00,545.58> x = 346.82 y = 513.76 ...
June 5, 2016

Pre-Calc
just convert the vectors to x-y components, add them, and you have the resultant. Can you get that far? If not, where do you get stuck?
June 5, 2016

11
Check your sum-to-product formulas. I expect it will fall right out.
June 5, 2016

maths,science, physics
just preserve momentum: (420)(-30) + (200)(30) = (420+200)(v) v = -10.65
June 5, 2016

maths-calculus help me
d/dx arccosh(u) = 1/√(u^2-1) so d/dx arccosh(x^2+1) = 1/√((x^2+1)^2-1) * 2x if y = arcsinh(x^2), dy/dx = 1/√(x^4+1) * 2x Not quite sure just what it is you are trying to do.
June 5, 2016

Math2
Draw a diagram. You have a pyramid with base ABC and summit at S. I am assuming that S is at the top of a vertical face containing BC. You have base angles A = 80 B = 61 so, C=39 side c = 400 So, now you can figure sides a and b using the law of sines. Hmm. Still can't pin...
June 5, 2016

Math
you have an isosceles triangle with both base angles 89.9° The base of the triangle is the diameter of earth's orbit. Knowing that, you can find the altitude of the triangle (the distance to the object).
June 5, 2016

physics
tanA = y/x = 29.0/-96.0 Note that it is in QII
June 5, 2016

Vectors
Your angle of 21.5° is right, but if you draw the diagram, you will see that the bird is roughly NW, so it must fly roughly SE. So, it is really -21.5° (relative to the x-axis), or a heading of 111.5° from due North.
June 5, 2016

Vectors
the distance d is found by d^2 = (4.8-1.5)^2 + 1.3^2
June 5, 2016

physics
acceleration = 20m/s ÷ 10s = 2 m/s^2 deceleration takes twice as long, so it is half as much.
June 5, 2016

physics
surely you have a formula which gives this value. If not, see the excellent article in wikipedia on "trajectory"
June 5, 2016

Math
MP*.84 = CP*1.05 MP/CP = 1.05/0.84 = 1.25 so, the original markup was 25%
June 5, 2016

MATH
Draw a diagram. It is clear that the distance of chord from center: d^2 + (6/2)^2 = 5^2 the chords are 2d apart.
June 5, 2016

maths
18*2 + x = 27*3
June 5, 2016

itc c++
what, you don't have a c++ system?
June 5, 2016

math
The beam length b is b^2 = 192^2 + (70+10)^2
June 5, 2016

Math - surface area
well, the area is πr^2 = 4π yd^2 a first approximation is thus 4π*13
June 5, 2016

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