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July 25, 2014

July 25, 2014

Total # Posts: 34

**trig**

Solve (1+tan square A)(1-sinA)(1+ sinA)

**math**

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**math**

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اسئلة لرواية جيليفر

**math**

240/6oo X 100=40%

**Chemistry**

0.05 M

**physics**

6 electric lamps connected in parallel at 100 volt explain how they are connected to operate at 200 volts without spoiling them.find the total current intensity in the circuit if the resistance of each lamp 240 Ohm

**physics**

6 electric lamps connected in parallel at 100 volt explain how they are connected to operate at 200 volts without spoiling them.find the total current intensity in the circuit if the resistance of each lamp 240 Ohm

**calculus**

(x+1)^4/4+c *

**calculus**

9x+1)^4/4+c

**Math**

4x=33+3y x=33+3y/4 x=-4-25 33+3y/4=-4-25 33+3y=-16-100 19y=-133 y=-7 x=3

**Math**

4x=33+3y x=33+3y/4 x=-4-25 33+3y/4=-4-25 33+3y=-16-100 19y=-133 y=-7 x=3

**Math**

y=12-2x in eq.2.....y=3x-13 12-2x=3x-13 5x=25 x=5...y=2

**Math**

yes it can as their some equal 180

**Math**

x=y+3/5 in eq.(2)...y=2(y+3/5)+6 y=2y+6/5 +6 y-6=2y+6/5 5y-30=2y+6 3y=36 y=12 & so x=3

**Math**

y=12 & x=3

**math**

draw apieceof yarn3 counters

**physics**

A fire hose can fill a certain tank with water during 1 hour. A 2nd fire hose can fill the same tank in half hour. A 3rd fire hose can fill the same tank in quarter hour. find the time necessary to fill the same tank by the 3 fire hoses together

**physics**

calculate the momentum ofa toy car weighing 200 gram and moving with a velocity of 5meter/second?

**algebra**

Oh! A play is move! I get it! No need to answer this one!

**algebra**

I am confused about this one. It is about football. "In a football game the ball was advanced 5 yards from the Juniors' 25-yard line towards the Seniors' goal, then 6 yards then 8 yards back, 13 yards forward, 5 yards back, and then 11 yards forward. What was the ...

**Physics**

Here, I am dealing with a Science formula for momentum. The formula is: M= mv So, I have: m= 10 grams (.01 Kilograms) v= 5,000 centimeters a second (50 m/s) It says to Find M and also solve the formula for M. Please help!

**algebra**

Please help! I'm still waiting!

**algebra**

The answer differs from yours.

**algebra**

We know man 1 drives 50 miles per hour man 2 goes 55 mph

**algebra**

A man (we'll refer to him as man 1) starts from his home at 8 A.M. and drives a steady rate of 50 MPH. An hour later a second man ( man 2) starts to follow him. Draw a graph to represent these facts. From the graph find when man 2 overtakes man 1. Okay, I imagined at 9 A.M...

**Physics**

I really would appreciate some help!

**Physics**

Here, I am dealing with a Science formula for momentum. The formula is: M= mv So, I have: m= 10 grams (.01 Kilograms) v= 5,000 centimeters a second (50 m/s) It says to Find M and also solve the formula for M. Please help!

**Stuck on 3d - Math**

Suppose you’re thinking about buying a used car, but you’ve become worried about the selection problems. In this market, the seller of each car knows the true value, but the buyer can’t determine the value until after purchase. Assume that there are 6 sellers wi...

**3rd grade math **

1=+0

**Standard and scientific notation**

7.8*1o ^5 in standard notation

**math**

find the number of permutations of 5 out of 9. then find 6 out of 6

**Physics**

Horizontal components of the forces are as follows: T(sin Θ) = ma --- Equation 1 and the vertical components of the forces are T(cos Θ) = mg --- Equation 2 where T = tension in the string Θ = angle that string makes with the vertical m = mass of the object a = a...

**Math**

How do you round these numbers to the nearest tenth 84,96,71

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