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July 30, 2016

Posts by anna

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Physics
I need to understand how to calculate the final 2 steps of this problem. Appreciate any help: For a circuit, consisting of a single battery and two light bulbs in parallel, what is the total resistance of the circuit if each light bulb has a resistance of 6.3 ohms? 1/Rt=1/R1+1...
July 21, 2016

Physics
Thanks. Pretty much what the photos in the book have, and what the professor said. Still don't understand. I appreciate your time.
July 20, 2016

Physics
The answer "use the right-hand rule" isn't working for my brain. I'd really like to understand how to answer the following: You can make an electromagnet by wrapping wire around a wire and connecting the ends to a battery. If the battery is connected so that ...
July 20, 2016

math
The angle of elevation to the top of a building is found to be 5 degrees from the ground at a distance of 4 miles from the base of the building. Find the height of the building to 4 decimal places.
July 19, 2016

Physics
Thanks, I'll keep checking with others for a formula. Appreciate your time.
July 19, 2016

Physics
I don't understand what formula to use for this question: Points A and B each have an electric potential of +9 V. How much work is required to take 1 mC of charge from A to B? Thank you
July 19, 2016

Physics
What is the electric field midway between an electron and a proton separated by 0.8 nm. Don't know what formula to use. Nothing on line is helping me get to the correct answer. Appreciate anyone's help. Thanks
July 17, 2016

Physics
Thanks. The link was blocked by my computer.
July 17, 2016

Physics
Thanks for letting me know that 3*10^8 is wrong. That's why my answer is wrong. So, will continue searching for what to use for c. Don't understand. Thanks again.
July 17, 2016

Physics
What is the wavelength of light in water if it has a frequency of 6.8 x 10^14 Hz? I don't know what formula to use and don't understand. I tried Lambda=c/v and got it wrong. Answer needs to be in nm. Thanks.
July 17, 2016

Physics
So for the 1st question, I answered Virtual, Erect, and Magnified. It is marked wrong. The 2nd question, I finally got Real, Inverted, and Reduced and it is marked correct. Still don't understand what to do about the first question. Thanks for trying to help me.
July 16, 2016

Physics
An object is located midway between the focal point and the center of a concave spherical mirror. Draw a ray diagram to locate its image. Is the image real or virtual, erect or inverted, magnified or reduced in size? Completely baffled by above question and the next question. ...
July 16, 2016

pre cal
Find the angle between the vectors u and v if u=i+4j and v=−i+2j.
July 14, 2016

pre cal
I've tried this and got - 0.9216353751380653 can you help me any further please?
July 14, 2016

pre cal
Find the angle between the vectors u and v if u = (-1,4) v = (3,-4) a. 155.93 b. 158.58 c. 158.13 d. 155.24 e. 157.17
July 14, 2016

Physics
6019 wrong 3325 wrong I can't afford any more wrong answers. Won't get any credit. Thanks again for your help. I'll try posting the question again and see if I can understand the formulas. I appreciate your time.
July 9, 2016

Physics
I'm still getting the wrong answer. I don't understand this at all. I tried re-posting in the hopes that someone can explain the formula so I can get the correct answer. Thanks very much!
July 9, 2016

Physics
A 95 gram piece of metal is heated to 98°C and placed into 200mL of water insulated at 20°C. If the equilibrium temperature is 27.20, find: The heat gained by the water. calories: _________ The specific heat of the metal. cal/(g°C): ________ Hint: 1 mL water has a ...
July 9, 2016

Physics
6,019.2 calories for the heat gained by water is incorrect. That has been my problem all along. Can't figure out the correct answer. Thanks, though.
July 9, 2016

Physics
A 95 gram piece of metal is heated to 98°C and placed into 200mL of water insulated at 20°C. If the equilibrium temperature is 27.20, find: The heat gained by the water. calories The specific heat of the metal. cal/(g°C) Hint: 1 mL water has a mass of 1 gram I have...
July 9, 2016

Physics
Thanks, that did it!
July 6, 2016

Physics
In calories 175 x .5 x 2 175 x 79.5 175 x 79.5 x 2 I know this is incorrect, but I can't figure out what is supposed to be multiplied. Thanks
July 6, 2016

Physics
thanks, still getting the wrong answer.
July 6, 2016

Physics
How much heat is required to convert 175 g of ice at -2°C to water at 2°C? I have no idea how to solve this. Nothing I've found in the book or on-line is helping. Can someone point me to how to solve? Thank you
July 6, 2016

Meths
Two cars travel to a place at 60 km/hr and 70 km/hr resp. The first car takes 11/2 hour more then the second car for the same journey find the length of the journey
July 6, 2016

Math 105
Suppose you are looking to buy a $10,000 face value 13-week T-bill. If you want to earn at least 3% annual interest, what is the most you should pay for the bill? Round your answer to the nearest penny.
July 2, 2016

physics
Correction. The Hour Hand is 2.31e-05 rev/s; the Minute Hand is 2.78e-4 rev/s. I've checked with 3 tutors and none of them have gotten an answer that works for the Second Hand rotational speed in rev/s. Thank you
July 1, 2016

physics
If an hour hand is .01667 rev/s, a minute hand is 2.78e-4 rev/s, what is the second hand rotation speed? I've tried everything and can't get a correct answer. Thank you
July 1, 2016

Physics
A 0.2kg toy car rolls down a ramp with a height of 0.7m. What is the speed of the car at the bottom of the ramp. At the bottom it hits a stationary car with a mass of .4 kg. The two cars have velcro bumpers and stick together. At what speed do the two cars move after the ...
June 29, 2016

Calculus
A box (with no lid) is to be constructed from a sheet of card board by cutting the squares from corners and folding up the sides. Suppose the original sheet of card board measures 16 inches by 16 inches. What would the size of the squares removed to maximize the volume of the ...
June 29, 2016

Physics
I'm really struggling trying to understand what formulas to use for the following: A satellite orbits the earth with a radius of 7000 km. (a) what is the acceleration of gravity at this distance? (b) what is the velocity of the satellite? (c) how long does it take the ...
June 29, 2016

Physics
Thank you
June 28, 2016

Physics
I'm really struggling trying to understand what formulas to use for the following: A satellite orbits the earth with a radius of 7000 km. (a) what is the acceleration of gravity at this distance? (b) what is the velocity of the satellite? (c) how long does it take the ...
June 28, 2016

Maths
The ratio of the number of adults and children during the performance is adults : children = 3:2 .For this performance find the ratio total cost of an adult tickets : total cost of a child tickets. give your answer in its simplest form
June 27, 2016

Physics
Thanks so much. Works perfectly!
June 26, 2016

Physics
I've figured out the first part that the v is 1.25 m/s, but even with that knowledge can't determine how to calculate the horizontal distance. Can someone help with a formula? You let a ball roll from rest from the top of a ramp sitting on a table. If the top of the ...
June 26, 2016

Reading
It's B, B, B. Thanks.
June 6, 2016

chem
a gas mixture is comprised of 32% oxygen and the rest is nitrogen. If the scuba tank is pressurized to a total pressure of 132 atm what are the partial pressures of the oxygen and nitrogen inside the tank? I'm having trouble understanding how to find partial pressures. Can...
May 30, 2016

chemistry
A 2.00 L flask is filled with propane gas (C3H8)at 1.00 atm and -15.0 Degrees Celsius. What is the mass of the propane in the flask?
May 24, 2016

Chemistry
How can I make 100ml 0f 2N of HCl? purity is 35% and density is given as 1.18 g/mL
May 21, 2016

ELA PLEASE CHECK ANSWERS!
"random" and "Asian Princess" are both correct.
May 19, 2016

Math
John?
May 18, 2016

Math
Ms. Sue??
May 18, 2016

Math
1st question: Which events are not independent? You toss three coins and get one head and one tail. You choose three different ice toppings for a sundae. You draw to colored pencils without replacement and get one red and yellow. You pull a yellow marble from a bag of marbles...
May 18, 2016

Chemistry
Sulfur trioxide can be produced by the reaction in the gaseous phase, sulphur dioxide with molecular oxygen in the presence of a catalyst. If 128 g branches of SO2 were placed in the presence of 16 grams of O2, that amount of SO3 will be theoretically formed?
May 17, 2016

World Geography
this is the main human activity that contributes to global warming massive dumping of pesticides into the oceans high demand and depletion of the world's oil supply burning of fossil fuels*** increase levels of chlorine poured into shorelines
May 16, 2016

Geography
a majority of the greenhouse gas emissions released into the atmosphere is composed of methane*** carbon dioxide oxygen nitrous oxide (my second guess)
May 16, 2016

Math120
5+6+9=20 5+6=11 11/20
May 16, 2016

Geography
I just put that as my answer and it was correct so...
May 16, 2016

Geography
which is not an impact of global warming on ecosystems population explosion among various species warmer weather causes some species to migrate out of their natural habitat in search of cooler temperatures certain species face extinction food supply increases***
May 16, 2016

math
Anyone please help me! Directions: Follow the instructions below to design a fair race for the new video game Animal Tracks. 1. Choose two animals with different speeds. You can choose from the chart that starts at the bottom of this page or do research to choose your own. (I ...
May 14, 2016

Chemistry
A current of 2 Amperes is past for 30minutes. Calculate the mass of sodium and the mass of copper deposited.
May 12, 2016

math
HOW should i start this im confused. The theater arts committee estimated that it would sell 200 tickets for its upcoming play. The committee actually sold 224 tickets. What was the percent error in the committee’s estimate? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a ...
May 12, 2016

math
60/215= 28% is this correct?
May 12, 2016

math
Laketown had 215 inches of snowfall last year, but only 155 inches this year. What was the percent decrease in snowfall for Laketown to the nearest percent? A. 28% B. 39% C. 72% D. 139%
May 12, 2016

math
What is the value of x? x over 4 equals 14 over 16 x/4 = 14/16 x=3.5 ?!??
May 12, 2016

math
Raina is saving money to buy a game. So far she has saved $16 , which is one-fourth of the total cost of the game. How much does the game cost?
May 9, 2016

electricity and magnetism
a battery and two resistors R1 And R2 are connected in series . if R1 is 340ohms and the voltage across R2 is 39% of the battery voltage,find R2.
May 8, 2016

math
determine which ordered pair is a solution of y=2x-3.
May 5, 2016

Language Arts
"Happiness Is a Charming Charlie Brown at Orlando Rep" tells about the making of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. Like it explains how the play relates to the comic strip. So I am guessing it would be to inform. Because it gives specific details about who took ...
May 5, 2016

World Geography
Which of the the following is the basis of the traditional Aborigine economy? farming industry mining hunting and gathering***
May 4, 2016

World Geography
Which geographic feature of Cook Island benefits the growth of crops fertile, volcanic soil*** dry climate proximity to the ocean infrequent sunlight supports the growth of shade plants
May 4, 2016

World Geography
Which natural recourse is not a common and highly important food source throughout the Pacific Islands bananas cattle pork*** taro root
May 4, 2016

World Geography
The discovery of _________ caused the creation of new Australian towns jewels and diamands*** bronze pottery gold and mineral deposits furs
May 4, 2016

World Geography
This geographic feature is the primary reason for a budding economy on Cook Island beautiful beaches and pleasant climates*** beautiful volcanoes tropical plants unique population of fish
May 4, 2016

World Geography
Islanders living in Beqa, Fiji lived primarily by hunting and eating meat*** by fishing and cultivating tara by gathering nuts for exports by eating plants
May 4, 2016

World Geography
During the late 18th and mid 19th centuries, Europeans and North Americans were attracted to nearby coastal waters due to potential economic gains from catching trout and cod fish catching seals and whales shipbuilding finding riches on unexplored islands***
May 4, 2016

Math
Mai has a piece of cloth that is 8.35 meters long. How many 15 centimeter pieces can she cut from the cloth? How much will be left over?
April 29, 2016

algebra
why is f(x)=|x-5| not linear ??? and how can one figure out that it's not linear ???
April 28, 2016

algebra
what are the two requirements for a proportional relationship ????
April 28, 2016

physics
A 10kg block slides towards the 3kg moving block to create a totally inelastic head on collision. The 3kg block comes to a stop after the collision. 1. What speed must the 10kg block be moving at prior to the collision for this to occur? 2. Instead of sliding along a ...
April 27, 2016

physics
home / study / science / physics / questions and answers / a 10kg block slides towards the 3kg moving block ... Your question has been answered! Rate it below. Let us know if you got a helpful answer. Question A 10kg block slides towards the 3kg moving block to create a ...
April 27, 2016

physics
home / study / science / physics / questions and answers / a block of mass 3kg s sliding along the frictionless ... Question A block of mass 3kg s sliding along the frictionless horizontal surface with a speed of 2m/s. 1. What is the kinetic energy of the block? 2. A wedge is ...
April 27, 2016

science 6th grade
1.the nose diaphragm and lungs are part of the_________system circulatory excretory nervous respiratory(my answer)
April 25, 2016

Economic
A detailed explanation, with graphs of how the price of milk would have been determined in the absence of government involvement in market
April 25, 2016

life orientation
1 harassment 2.the arrests 3.sexual harassment
April 18, 2016

Life orentation
Right to education and health and work
April 17, 2016

life orientation
by being abused at home or any way of beaten and raped that's human rights violation and discrimination is to call the people by using bad names.
April 13, 2016

physics
A light spring of constant k = 95.0 N/m is attached vertically to a table (figure (a)). A 2.70-g balloon is filled with helium (density = 0.179 kg/m3) to a volume of 4.00 m3 and is then connected to the spring, causing the spring to stretch as shown in figure (b). Determine ...
April 11, 2016

physics
A 1.00-kg beaker containing 2.29 kg of oil (density = 916 kg/m3) rests on a scale. A 2.33-kg block of iron is suspended from a spring scale and is completely submerged in the oil (see figure below). Find the equilibrium readings of both scales. top scale N bottom scale N
April 11, 2016

physics
A light spring of constant k = 95.0 N/m is attached vertically to a table (figure (a)). A 2.70-g balloon is filled with helium (density = 0.179 kg/m3) to a volume of 4.00 m3 and is then connected to the spring, causing the spring to stretch as shown in figure (b). Determine ...
April 10, 2016

physics
A 1.00-kg beaker containing 2.29 kg of oil (density = 916 kg/m3) rests on a scale. A 2.33-kg block of iron is suspended from a spring scale and is completely submerged in the oil (see figure below). Find the equilibrium readings of both scales. top scale N bottom scale N
April 10, 2016

physics
Piston circled 1 in the figure below has a diameter of 0.28 in.; Piston circled 2 has a diameter of 1.6 in. In the absence of friction, determine the force vector F necessary to support the 500-lb weight. in lb i got 1.53 lb but it is incorrect
April 10, 2016

physics- help me please
The pressure at the bottom of a glass filled with water (ρ = 1000 kg/m3) is P. The water is poured out and the glass is filled with mercury (ρ = 13.6 ✕ 103 kg/m3). The pressure at the bottom of the glass is now which of the following? a)equal to P b)smaller ...
April 8, 2016

physics- help me please
Suppose you have two cubic meters of uranium, four cubic meters of lead, four cubic meters of copper. Rank them by mass, from smallest to largest. a)lead, copper, uranium b)uranium, copper, lead c)copper, uranium, lead d)uranium, lead, copper can someone help me
April 8, 2016

math probability
thanks!
April 7, 2016

math probability
Two friends were each rolling a die. After they rolled, they found the sum of the numbers showing on each die. What is the probability that the sum is 7? I added the sides together and simplified to get 1/6, but I don't think that's right.
April 7, 2016

Math/Algebra
Rashid picks 420 strawberries in 5/6 hour. Write and solve an equation to find how many strawberries can she pick in the space of an hour? I'm not good with word problems, and am completely lost. I can do everything except the equation (I think). Please help!
April 4, 2016

history
What was Robert Lindeux’s purpose in painting this event? What evidence in the painting suggests his purpose?
March 31, 2016

Art
Can someone check my answers?
March 31, 2016

Polynomials
Write and simplify the polynomial represented by the model. (Model shows: 3 big blank squares, 2 long black rectangles, 3 small blank squares, 1 big black square, 6 small black squares) a. -2x^2 + 2x + 3 b. 2x^2 - 2x - 3 c. 3x^2 - 2x - 3 d. 2x^2 - 2x + 3
March 25, 2016

Math
in every bag of m/m's, 30% are red. If 52 m/m's are in the bag, what % are not red.
March 24, 2016

Chemistry
The solubility of sodium chloride is 35.9/100 ml in STP, try dissolving 1 kg of salt in 1 l of water what happens? how much salt will be dissolved and how much salt will be insoluble?
March 23, 2016

math
so if a trapezoid has 4 sides and the top(short) side and the two not parallel sides are all 5 inches long, what are possible lengths for the long (bottom) side? and are there more than 1 possible solution?
March 22, 2016

math
if a trapezoid has 3 sides that are all 5 inches long what are the possibilities for the long side? Like can it be 5 to make it a square?
March 22, 2016

probobility
Thank you! I was able to do A & B but c,d,& e I would figure out. thanks again
March 22, 2016

probobility
4 -letter "words" are formed using the letters A, B, C, D, E, F, G. How many such words are possible for each of the following conditions? (a) No condition is imposed. Your answer is : Preview (b) No letter can be repeated in a word. Your answer is : Preview (c) Each...
March 22, 2016

Chemistry - Gas Laws
Pressurized carbon dioxide inflators can be used to inflate a bicycle tire in the event of a flat. These inflators use metal cartridges that contain 16.0 g of carbon dioxide. At 295 K, to what pressure (in psi) can the carbon dioxide in the cartridge inflate a 3.15-L mountain ...
March 22, 2016

chemistry
Consider the following mechanism: STEP 1: A ---> B +C (slow) STEP 2: C+D ---> E (fast) OVERALL: A+D---> B+E Determine the rate law for the overall reaction (where the overall rate constant is represented as k). please help me. how do i do this problem?
March 20, 2016

maths
5 miles = 8Km - got it now - so no need to respond!
March 20, 2016

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