# Posts by TOm

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**Statistics**

The correlation coefficient between X and Y is the same as the correlation coefficient between Y and X: True or False - I believe it is True because calculating the correlation coefficient for X and Y and Y and X will give you the same answer.

**Chemistry **

Identify the acid-base pairs in the following reactions HSO4^1-(aq) + OH^1- <==>SO4^2-(aq) + H2)(I)

**English **

A similie , metaphor (etc) for relief??

**math**

if logb C= A, explain why logb 1/c = -a

**chemistry**

60.0 g of iron that has an initial temperature of 250 degrees C and 60.0 g of gold that has an initial temperature of 45.0 degrees C are brought into contact with one another. Assuming no heat is lost to the surroundings, what will be the temperature when two metals reach ...

**chemistry**

Suppose a balloon is filled so that its volume is 2.00 L when the pressure is 1.10 atm and the temperature is 300k. What volume will it occupy if it rises to an elevation where the pressure is 418mm Hg and the temperature is 200k?

**Chemistry**

A gas occupies 56.44 L at 2.00 atm and 310 K. If the gas is compressed to 23,520 mL and the temperature is lowered to 281 K, what is the new pressure in torr?

**economics**

the elasticity

**economics**

Explain why we can’t predict tax revenues by using the amount of the tax and the previous time period’s consumption.

**economics**

cost effectiveness means you are not reaching the efficiency

**algebra 2**

what is the inverse of the function f(x) = 6+x ----- 2x

**computer programming**

Create the psuedocode for an application class named Monogram. Its main() method holds three variables that hold your first, middle, and last initials, respectively. Create a method to which you pass the three initials and that displays the initials twice—once in the ...

**World history**

Why are you cheating on this test?

**American Government**

Tahahahaha Literally

**physical science**

Newton's second law. The heavier object has more mass, and acceleration is direc tly proportional to force and inversely proportional to mass.

**physical science**

Newton's second law. The heavier object has more mass, and acceleration is direc tly proportional to force and inversely proportional to mass.

**Physics**

the graph is not shown.

**Physics**

the graph is not shown.

**science physics solar**

. 6 x 72 because the voltages are additive in series.

**Calculus**

I = A/s^2 + 8A/(600-s^2) where I = illumination, s = distance from A, A is a constant Take the derivative of I relative to s, set to zero, and solve for s, the distance

**Math**

your question is not readable

**math: counting techniques**

Six problems (numbered 1 to 6) are set for a math test. A student can score 0, 1, 2, 3 points for each problem. Find the number of ways to score a total of 15 points for the six problems.

**Science**

work is defined as force (parallel to the motion) x distance The force in this case is the weight. Calculate the weight of the object, multiply x the distance. The force is up as is the distance, so they are both parallel.

**Science**

work is defined as force (parallel to the motion) x distance The force in this case is the weight. Calculate the weight of the object, multiply x the distance. The force is up as is the distance, so they are both parallel.

**Science**

work is defined as force (parallel to the motion) x distance The force in this case is the weight. Calculate the weight of the object, multiply x the distance. The force is up as is the distance, so they are both parallel.

**history**

Definitely B

**math**

Along the length there will be 7 posts on each side. The width will only need one post each. 7x2 + 1x2 = 16 posts total The length of the fence is the perimeter of the rectangle.

**math**

6L + 6B = 45 3L + 2B = 19 Solve the two equations for L and B, which are the price of leashes and brushes, respectively.

**physical science**

They are in opposite directions, so subtract to find the resultant force.

**science**

distance = 1/2 at^ a= 9.8 m/s/s. and t=2s plug in and find the distance it has dropped. subtract that distance from 80m to find the new height. PE = mgh, where h is the height. Plug in and find PE KE = 1/2 mv^2, so we need v after 2s The equation is v= vo + at, and vo=0 So, v...

**Physics**

We are given C1 and C2. V is the same across each capacitor, 300 V since they are in parallel. Q = CV for each capacitor. W = KE = 1/2 CV^2 for each capacitor

**PLEASE ANSWER!!**

If some of the vibrational waves of the earthquake have the same frequency or are a factor of the natural frequency of the buildings, then the buildings can start swaying in "tune" with the waves. It's like someone pushing a swing. The frequency of the push has ...

**Physics**

A great white shark of mass m1, coasting through the water in a nearly frictionless way at speed v1 engulfs a tuna of mass m2=0.10 m1 traveling in the same direction at speed v2 swallowing it in one bite. a) What is the speed of the shark after its meal? b) Did the shark gain...

**Physics**

A model rocket has a mass of 0.435 kg. It is mounted vertically and launches directly up with a thrust force of 13.1 N. a) What is the weight of the rocket? b) Determine the net force on the rocket as it is launched. c) What is the acceleration of the rocket at lift-off?

**math algebra**

At a college, records show that the average persons grade point average, G, is a function of the number of hours he or she studies and does homework per week h. The grade point average can be estimated by the equation : G=0.01h^2 +0.2h+1.2 To obtain a 3.2 GPA how many hours ...

**American Government**

LIFE SAVER

**math algebra**

A tax free municipal bond pays 4.75% compounded continuously. What is the value of a $2,000 bond after 30 years? Round your answer to the nearest cent. [Hint- A=P e^rt where P= present(initial) value, A= future value, r= annual rate, and t= number of years] P.S.The rt is an ...

**Math**

write 2 equations 30+25m and 300-20m set them equal to each other and solve for m

**MATLAB**

trying to make this program work, but it only works for the number 12.. % this program will determine if an integer is prime and determine % its prime factors function MAIN clear; clc; % define number(s) to be checked, call function, and print output N = 12; [answer,...

**anatomy**

false, it is a short term stress hormone. It deals with flight/fight response.

**math**

common denominator should be 12

**math**

just add 5/3 + 3/4 +1/2 = answer

**Chemistry**

To find total pressure since you have such a high pressure you have to treat the gases as non-ideal. this means that you have to find the pseudocritical temperature and pressure of the gas mixture which is T'c= Ya(Tca)+Yb(Tcb) and P'c= Ya(Pca)+Yb(Pcb) where Y is the ...

**matlab**

Im trying to figure out how to write a program that finds prime factors of a number. I have the following but it only works for the number 12 for some reason. % this program will determine if an integer is prime and determine % its prime factors function MAIN clear; clc; % ...

**algebra**

So this is what I got: (b+9)+b+c=82 that means that c= 82-((b+9)+b) putting it all together we have (b+9)+b+82-((b+9)+b)= 82

**science**

P= densityofwater*g*h + atmospheric pressure If you look at the units : m/s^2 * kg/m^3 * m this gives you kg/m*s^2 which is pressure in Pa

**algebra 2**

what do you mean it comes last

**algebra 2**

What is the sqaure root of -180x^8 I got 6x^4 i radical 5

**Math**

How do I find a value for k that will make the expression factorable. 36x^2 + 8x + k?

**math**

My average in AP world history is a 90, The weight on the class is 1.10% with the weight, whats my average?

**chem**

The noble has configuration for Ta is [Xe] 6s2 4f14 5d3 does the order in which i arrange the principle energy levels matter when i write the configuration? Like should it be [Xe] 5d3 6s2 4f14

**chem**

how is it 4s1?

**chem**

whats the noble has configuration for chromium? is it [Ar] 4s^2 3d^4

**Quick Physics Question**

Are both linear and angular momentum conserved in static equilibrium ?

**Computer Science**

Write a program that Will prompt a user to enter his/her name and number.use a while loop that will display the user name times the entered number

**math**

A certain number was increased 5 times, then decreased by 3, then halved. The result was 0.3 less than the original number. What was the original number?

**Physics**

A 1.11 kg toy train rolls around a circular horizontal track. If the train has an angular acceleration of -2.2 rads/s2 and is released with an angular speed of 17.0 rpm, what time is required for the train to come to a complete stop?

**Physics**

A 51.6 g box is left 17.8 cm from the centre of a merry-go-round. If the box has coefficients of friction of μs = 0.790 and μk = 0.480 with the merry-go-round, what is the maximum speed of the merry-go-round without having the box slide off of the merry-go-round?

**honors chem**

10.00amu

**honors chem**

naturally occurring boron is 80.20% boron 11 (atomic mass= 11.01amu) and 19.80% of some other isoptopic form of boron. what must the atmoci mass be be in order to account for the 10.81 amu averafe atomic mass of boron? round to two decimal places i got 9.999 and rounded to 10.00

**Algebra**

A plane can fly 500 miles against the wind in the same amount of time that it can fly 775 miles with the wind. If the wind speed is 55mph, find the speed of the plane in still air.

**art**

this image was created by using basic math concepts that include all of the following except A)knowing how to create a pattern B)using understanding the angles of the shapes C) a basic understanding of different geometric shapes. D) applying appropriate formulas to determine ...

**Physics**

A man walks the distance of 8km in a direction of 20degrees east the walks another 6km in a direction 50degrees south east. Using vector diagrams find the magnitude and direction of the final displacement relative to the starting point.

**chemistry**

WHAT does it mean for a phase of matter to have a definite shape and volume

**Physics**

What happens to centripetal force when speed decreases, in the special case that the object continues moving in a circle of the same radius? A) The radius cannot stay the same. B) The force also decreases. C) The force increases. D) Speed does not affect centripetal force. E) ...

**Physics**

Why does "banking" or (tilting) a turning road create centripetal force? A) Because banking the corner keeps car from going too fast. B) Because the angle of the roadway creates a centripetal force. C) Because the angle of the roadway helps cars counteract friction. ...

**algebra 2**

rationalize 7/ (cube root of 3) + 2

**algebra 2**

wait it tis, nevermind. im right ,

**algebra 2**

is that the same as 3 times the cube root of 25 divded by 5 ?

**algebra 2**

how do you rationalize 3 divided by the cube root of 5 3/ cube root of 5

**english**

what is the speaker saying about her marriage vows in the fourth stanza in the wifes lament

**Physics**

Ximena stands near the edge of a cliff 20 ma bove her friend Javier. If she throws a ball to Javier at an angle = 30 below the horizontal and it reaches him in 1.0 s, ignoring air resistance, what was the magnitude of the sandwich's initial velocity? (use g = 10 m/s2)

**Physics**

Two kittens are running toward each other, one is named Chloe and the other is named Luna. Chloe runs at a speed of 2.80 m/s and Luna runs at a speed of 1.60 m/s. If Chloe jumps at an angle of 17.0° while still running toward Luna, at what distance from Luna should Chloe ...

**Physics**

You are walking a dog when the dog sees a cat and runs away from you. You immediately run after the dog at 4.90 m/s. You jump at an angle of 30.0° to try and catch the dog. While you are in the air the dog is able to move an extra 1.72 m away from you. If you are able to ...

**Physics**

A box of mass m slides down an inclined plane that makes an angle of φ with the horizontal. If the coefficient of kinetic friction is μk, find an expression for the acceleration of the box down the slope. The acceleration due to gravity is g. a. g ( cosφ + μ...

**Physics**

If C⃗ = -5 i^ - 3 j^ - 4 k^, what is C⃗ × j^?

**chemistry**

wait my answer is 0.8053mph

**chemistry**

36cm not 6

**chemistry**

6 cm/sec to mph i got 9.664mph

**math**

it is 5 digit even number, the digit 3 is in the hundreds place. The value of the digit 4 is 40.the digit 6 stands for 6 ones. The digit in the ten thousands place is twice the digit in the ten place. the value of the digit in the thousands place is 30 time the value of the ...

**spanish**

which neighborhood in chicago did cisneros live in from the house on mango street

**8th grade math**

How do you figure the height of a cube is the cubic inches if 750?

**math**

At the medal presentation, each person shook hands with every other person. If 10 handshakes took place, how many people were present?

**Chemistry**

Should've phrased it differently. I meant, why is CuSO4 and Ba(OH)2 given as aqueous solutions in the beginning? That's the problem I was given. I'm not sure why they're soluble when they're not "supposed" to be, according to my solubility rules.

**Chemistry**

Why is it that copper (II) sulfate with barium hydroxide --> copper hydroxide (solid) + barium sulfate (solid)? According to the solubility rules given to me by my professor, both are insoluble, and therefore should be labeled as solids. Is there something I'm missing ...

**Chemistry**

Why is it that copper (II) sulfate with barium hydroxide --> copper hydroxide (solid) + barium sulfate (solid)? According to the solubility rules given to me by my professor, both are insoluble, and therefore should be labeled as solids. Is there something I'm missing ...

**Physics**

If a 12v battery is in a circuit with two resistors. r1 and r2. R2 is 60ohms. A voltmeter measuring on either side of r2 gives a reading of 8v. Calculate the current in the circuit and the resistance of r1. Am I right in thinking the v = i/r 8 = 7.5 / 60 so the current is 7....

**computer science**

QUESTION 1 When using the OR logical operator to connect 2 conditions to create a complex Boolean expression, neither the first condition nor the second condition has to be true for the complex Boolean expression to be true. True False QUESTION 2 String comparisons are ...

**INT 1111**

1.True 2.False 3.False 4.True 5.False 6.True 7.True 8.False 9.True 10.True

**INT 1111**

QUESTION 1 When using the OR logical operator to connect 2 conditions to create a complex Boolean expression, neither the first condition nor the second condition has to be true for the complex Boolean expression to be true. True False QUESTION 2 String comparisons are ...

**English**

rose asked katie do you know how to change a flat tire

**Math**

isoceles triangle with vertex of 45 degrees, base angles are 67.5 degrees. The 2 legs are 10' in length. What is the length of the base? (I am an older adult with minimal math skill. Just have a building project.)

**Maths**

The population of a colony of frogs under ideal condition double every 10 days. Solve the the equation 2 raised to the power of n equals 50 (2^n =50)to work out how many 10 days period it takes for the population to be 50 times as large as it is now. Hence, write down this ...

**economics**

Part 1 A firm has the current liabilities and equity financing on its balance sheet. The firm has taxable income that puts it in a 38% federal tax bracket, and the state in which it operates levies a 6.5% income tax. Compute the firm’s weighted average cost of capital. ...

**Math**

What is the volume of a cereal box that is 2 inches thick, 12 inches high and 10 inches wide?

**physics**

so for the first part of the question.. I used f=((C+Vr)/c)*fs for moving towards and when its moving away, the sign changes to negative instead of positive right? But for the second part of the question,,, what formula do i use here? im a little confused here!

**physics**

After giving an intense performance, a confused and disoriented flautist has wandered onto the motorway! They are playing a constant 300Hz on their flute and are essentially stationary If you are driving along the motorway at 100 km/h(27.8 m/s). What is the frequency you hear ...

**Chemistry**

Question Part Points Submissions Used It has been determined that the body can generate 5500 kJ of energy during one hour of strenuous exercise. Perspiration is the body's mechanism for eliminating this heat. How many liters of water would have to be evaporated through ...

**PHYSICS!!**

(a) Suppose 10 astronauts are sent to Mars and then back to Earth. The average power usage of each astronaut is 10,000,000 joules per day. What is the average power usage of each astronaut in watts and horsepower? (b) It will take approximately 2 years for the astronauts to ...