Friday

April 18, 2014

April 18, 2014

Total # Posts: 52

**Chemistry**

10ml 15% HCl + 5g NaHCO3 = NaCl + CO2 + H2O. How much CO2 [L]

**Chemistry**

Bunch of cheaters who can not respect the code of honor... LOL.

**Chemistry**

184 hours = 7.6 days ==> 1 week? The steel industry will collapse if this is the answer. LOL! Just by seeing the figure one can tell this does not make sense.

**Chemistry**

Yawnnnn. What a kind-hearted person you are Odesa I am touched by your way of cheating and helping each other. LOL.

**CHEMISTRY**

Let's play around! Go GO Go!!! FIre in you hole!

**CHEMISTRY**

Funny enough to be bere and say f.u.ck off b1tches and as.s.holes!!!

**chemistry**

No one will kick them out of the course, who can detect them via this Jishka website? They already done the disgraceful deeds by their own, that will be their punishment. LOL.

**chemistry**

Pity MIT staffs that record all of the lecture videos and preparing all the study material if the exam will be like this way... Just for the sake of f.uc.k.ing certificate...

**chemistry**

Odesa, like to help each other to cheat because he/she like to be cheated... Hahaha

**Chemistry**

Please discuss how you arrived at that -2.295 figure rather than directly give that answer. If all of you just wanted that f.uc.k.ing certificate without understanding the material, then what you will get is only certificate not the knowledge and experience...

**Chemistry**

The formula and explanation are given in the lecture video S23V2, in this case what you need to be cautious is the Z, Pt and Au are FCC structure, hence you need to draw the unit cell and its surrounding unit cell to get the idea of the coordination number.

**Chemistry**

Please discuss how you arrived at that -2.295 figure rather than directly give that answer. If all of you just wanted that f.uc.k.ing certificate without understanding the material, then what you will get is only certificate not the knowledge and experience...

**Chemistry**

Why posting the question that only need High School grade to answer? Are you Junior High School student or lower grade? If you have no intention to put some effort in your study from the start, no need to enroll and then cheat.

**chemistry**

Why posting the question that only need High School grade to answer? Are you Junior High School student or lower grade? If you have no intention to put some effort in your study from the start, no need to enroll and then cheat.

**Science**

Why posting the question that only need High School grade to answer? Are you Junior High School student or lower grade? If you have no intention to put some effort in your study from the start, no need to enroll and then cheat.

**Chemistry :(**

Why posting the question that only need High School grade to answer? Are you Junior High School student or lower grade? If you have no intention to put some effort in your study from the start, no need to enroll and then cheat.

**physics**

A 28.0 block is connected to an empty 2.20 bucket by a cord running over a frictionless pulley. The coefficient of static friction between the table and the block is 0.44 and the coefficient of kinetic friction between the table and the block is 0.35. Sand is gradually added t...

**College Chemistry**

u dr bob, explain further dunt just say NO, ok

**science**

Both the terms Aves and Neornithes apply to birds. Hope this helps.

**Science [Earth]**

Can you please: 1. briefly explain the concept of radioactive decay and describe how it can be used to find the absolute age of rocks. 2. contrast relative age with absolute age and describe at least three methods of determining either. 3. compare advantages and disadvantages ...

**cultural studies - world history**

Hey. I have to write about Mayan and Aztec civilization. Well, first of all, it has to be a diary, as if I'm going back in time and visiting those two civilizations. Basically, it's like I'm visiting Mesoamerica and I have to write down a diary entry on what I see ...

**Math**

An example of a math expression is: 2x+3x-4 No, you can't solve for a variable in an expression. Still, you can simplify it. For example: <2x + 3> is an expression , it does not prompt you for an answer because it is not a "complete" thought. Since it is no...

**ks3 history**

Yup, March 25th, 1807. You're right..

**math (graphing)**

okayyy.. what about "y < -2" ????

**math (graphing)**

Thank you VERY much! You're my savior :) just one more question.. I NOW understood how to graph equations.. but I still have to graph inequalities, which seems much more complicated from my point of view. I've got two inequalities that I have to graph. 1. y > 2/3x-4...

**math (graphing)**

I need to graph "y = -2x+5" and "y = 4/5x-3"... I don't think it's possible to help graphing on this site.. so can you please tell me any other sites where it would show how to graph those equations? also, I'm having trouble graphing INEQUALITIE...

**math**

I think I got it right for number 2. My answer is "x=-3" and "y=9". But I'm confused with number 1, 'cause there is no X. :/

**math**

Find intercepts of the graph of the equation. 1. y = -6 2. y = 3x+9

**math**

for number 1, I got "-10/-7" and for number 2, "4/-2" are these correct? also, for number 2 [4,-2], I don't have to simplify, right? thanks..

**math**

Find the slope of the line passing through the points. 1. (5,7), (-2,-3) 2. (6,3), (4,7) ..thanks

**Science**

1. They are more expensive than ground based telescopes and either a lot more difficult or simply impossible to repair or update. Also, they are vulnerable to various forms of damaging radiation and meteors. (I suppose the ground equivalent would be earthquakes and forest fire...

**math**

1. The x-intercept of a line is -3. The y-intercept of a line is 6. What is the slope of the line? 2. What is the equation in slope-intercept form of the line described in Exercise 1? can you please explain and answer it?? im having lots of trouble with this. it's urgent.....

**calculus**

lol whatever it is. thanks =)

**calculus**

Every month, a girl gets allowance. Assume last year she had no money, and kept it up to now. Then she spends 1/2 of her money on clothes, then 1/3 of the remaining money on games, and then 1/4 of the remaining money on toys. After she bought all of that, she had $7777 left. A...

**calculus**

1. One day, a person went to horse racing area, Instead of counting the number of human and horses, he instead counted 74 heads and 196 legs. Yet he knew the number of humans and horses there. How did he do it, and how many humans and horses are there? im stuck.. please help

**algebra**

sorry, this is the right way: 6x+8y=24, 8y(-6x)=2 also, there is another question I'm having trouble with. subject is Calculus. 1. One day, a person went to horse racing area, Instead of counting the number of human and horses, he instead counted 74 heads and 196 legs. Yet...

**algebra**

6x+8y=24, 8y-6x=2 what is x and what is y? urgent! thanks:)

**math**

Okay. Thanks a lot!

**math**

So then what's the equation in slope-intercept?

**math**

typing mistakes: 1. What IS the slope... 2. ...line described...

**math**

1. The x-intercept of the line is -3. The y-intercept of the line is 6. What us the slope of the line? 2. What is the equation in slope-intercept form of the linedescribed in Exercise 1?

**math**

The roof of a fence rises 3 feet vetically, for every 5 feet it runs horizontally. What is the slope of the roof? It's the second time I'm posting this question and the first time I got an answer: 60%. [3/5] Is it right?

**social studies**

Because during this period of time many achievements are made in science, literature, music, mathematics, etc. in Gupta Empire.

**algebra 2**

With 10 students you have 10 choices for the first student to go, then 9 choices for the second student to go. That would seem to be 90 ways to choose the people to go on the trip. But the order doesn't matter. You don't care if Alice is chosen, then Bob, or vice versa...

**math**

thank you =)

**math**

tell whether the ordered pair is a solution of the equation y=-4x+3 1. (-2, -5) 2. (3, -9) 3. (1/2, 1) my answers: 1. no, 2. no, 3. no but I don't think they're right... can you please check??

**math**

thank you very much =)

**math**

BTW, I meant, "write a function rule that relates the input X and output Y" =)

**math**

write a function rule the relates the inout X and output Y: (0,1), (1,4), (2,7), (3,10) please help! I can't get this one..

**math**

let me guess.. 560 gallons of water each day!

**math**

there are 18 students in a class, and only 6 of them are girls. which means: 6/18. you simplify it and get 1/3. and that's your probability

**science**

What is necessary for a wave to form or what? I wish you would expend your question a bit. Your answer could probably be that for a wave to form wind needs to blow across the water's surface, transmitting their energy to water. From there a wave forms, getting larger as it...

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