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April 18, 2015

April 18, 2015

Total # Posts: 712

**physics**

A constant force is applied to an object that causes a certain displacement. If the angle between the between the force and the displacement is 146 deg, then the work done by this force is A) zero B) not enough information given C) positive D) negative not sure how this is ...
*December 2, 2006*

**chemistry**

The density of acetone vapor in equilibrium with liquid acetone, (CH3)2CO, at 33.1°C is 0.832 g L?1. What is the vapor pressure of acetone at 33.1°C, expressed in kilopascals? agian i am confused with formulae, hoe you can helpm thanks! change 0.832 g to mols. Use PV...
*November 29, 2006*

**chemistry**

The enthalpy of vaporization of benzene, C6H6(l), is 33.9 kJ mol?1 at 298 K. How many liters of C6H6(g), measured at 298 K and 88.7 mmHg, are formed when 1.90 kJ of heat is absorbed by C6H6(l) at a constant temperature of 298 K? not sure what formulae to use, thanks! M = Q/([...
*November 29, 2006*

**Calculus**

Find the radius, volume, and hieght of the right- circlar cylindar that can be inscribed in a right- circular cone with a radius of 6 inches and a hieght of 10 inches. There are an infinite number of solutions to this. Did you mean the right cylinder with the max volume? Or ...
*November 28, 2006*

**phys**

When a car is weighed, it is allowed to move over a scale which records a reading as the front wheels go over the scale, and a second reading when the rear wheels go over the scale. The weight of the car is equal to A) the weight under the front wheels. B) the weight under the...
*November 21, 2006*

**homework**

red orange and blue
*November 13, 2006*

**Math**

How many feet in a yard? 3 feet in a yard Most yards deserve to include two dogs and therefore all yards should have 8 feet in them. lol!
*October 30, 2006*

**physical science**

how many electrons does each group lose or gain? In the main group, the common valence is the same as the group number.
*October 17, 2006*

**Science**

the SI UNIT for mass is what kg kg is correct. Here is a good site for SI units. http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/units.html
*October 11, 2006*

**Lattice method/math**

30=X+33
*September 19, 2006*

**PLTW**

"what is design Data in engineering" It could be many things: tensile strenght of a particular material, compressive strenth, melting point. Or it could be the desired roof loading in lbs/ft^2 Many things are design data.
*August 30, 2006*

**math**

how to subtract numbers with decimals Line up the decimal points and proceed the same way as you would when subtracting whole numbers. Example: 56.78 12.34 ____ 44.44 It works the same when adding decimalized numbers. example: 92.4 -6.41 _____ 1) When adding or subtracting ...
*August 30, 2005*