# Posts by aron

Total # Posts: 40

**Statistics**

P (x>14)=e^(-14/16)= 0.4169=41.6% P(X>/=k) Solve for K as K will be the median value. e^(-k/16)=1/2 Shorthand to find the median of an exponential distr. is: Meanxln(2)=k meaning 16xln2=11.09 This is the value of a median, not a percentage.

**Social Studies**

Which cause most motivated the push for Mexican independence from spain? A.trade with the United States B.lack of rights and opportunities among non-Spanish C.Catholic missionary efforts D.geographic distance from spain I read my textbook and I came up with B as my answer I ...

**Physics**

Two blocks are connected over a massless, frictionless pulley. The mass of block 2 is 8.00 kg, and the coefficient of kinetic friction between block 2 and the incline is 0.250. The angle θ of the incline is 28.0°. Block 2 slides down the incline at constant speed. ...

**Physics**

A mop is pushed across the floor with a force F of 36.0 N at an angle of Θ = 50.0° (see figure below). The mass of the mop head is 3.75 kg. Calculate the acceleration of the mop head if the coefficient of kinetic friction between the head and the floor is μk= 0....

**Physics**

A hockey puck that has a mass of 170 g is tied to a light string and spun in a circle of radius 1.35 m (on frictionless ice). The string breaks under a tension that exceeds 5.00 N. What is the maximum speed of the puck without breaking the string? (Express your answer to three...

**science**

This assesment was dropped yay me!!!

**math**

zack is planning to make a flower garden he has 24 one yard sections of fence that he plans to place around garden he wants the garden to be aas long as possible what longest length he can use for the garden how wide will the garden be is this area prerimeter or side length

**algebra**

A pair of lines intersect at the point (-3,4). which pair of equations could represent these lines? a. 2x+3y=6 y=x-7 b.2x+3y=6 y=-3x+4

**Social studies**

Wait a minute these are the right answers sorry I was looking at the wrong answers. 1.d 2.a 3.c 4.d 5.b 6.c 7.a 8.b 9.d 10.c This will get you a 100% I just took the quiz sorry about the answers before!!!

**Social studies**

1.D 2.A 3.C 4.C 5.D 6.B 7.A 8.B 9.C 10.C Connexus quiz lesson 6 unit 3

**Art 6B**

Thank you very much I got a 100

**SURE/math**

What is the total perimeter of the three tiles? If each square tile is measures 8 inches on the side?

**english**

what is the word for release

**Mathematical Economics and Linear Programming**

Using the quotient rule, find the derivation of the following function: a) (ax^2+b)/(cx+d) Here is my work but i need help because am lit bit confuse solution a) (ax^2+b)/(cx+d) df/dx = (2ax)(cx+d)-(ax^2+b) (c)/(cx+d)^2 df/dx = 2acx^2+2adx-acx^2+bc/(cx+d)^2 df/dx =acx^2+2adx+...

**Precalculus (Logarithmic)**

Ok and thanks alot. But those two are without parentheses.

**Precalculus (Logarithmic)**

Express each of the given question in logarithmic form. i) e^2x = 15 ii) e^x-4 = 1/2 iii) a^x+1 = 5 Solutions But am not sure if this is the way it should be done. i) e^2x = 15 In (15) = 2x ii) e^x-4 = 1/2 In (1/2) = x-4 iii) a^x+1 = 5 Log 5 with base "a" = x+1

**Precaculculus**

Suppose you are told that log(2)=0.3562 and log(3)=0.5646. All of them with the base of 'a'. Find: i) log(6) ii) log(9) Solutions i) log(6)= log (3)(2) = log 3 + log 2 = 0.5646 + 0.3562 = 0.9208 ii)log(9)= log 3^2 = 2 log 3 = 2 (0.5646) = 1.1292

**Math**

Suppose that a certain material has a half life of 25 years, and there are A(t)=10(1/2)^t/25 grams remaining after t years. find: i) initial amount i) Amount after 80 years Solutions i) A(0)=10(1/2)^(0/25) =10(1/2)^0 =10(1) =10 ii)A(80)=10(1/2)^(80/25) =10(1/2)^(16/5) =10(0....

**Social Studies**

Is there a website that talks about rebuilding the twin towers?

**please check(Social studies)**

does anyone have any answers I am about to fail this course.

**socialstudies(CHECK ANSWERS)**

wow "Ms.Sue" what a wondeful teacher you are NOT!!!!!

**social studies**

What a confidence booster Writeteacher way to go!!!! :((((

**English**

Are these right "Stamp collecting" is fun for children and adults alike. (Subject) Which "of my stamps" do I like most? (Adverb) Collectors "engaging in their hobbies" are never bored. (Adjective) Many residents of Hawaii work in "fishing&...

**physics**

An ambulance car is going with a speed of 60 km/h, while a car is trying to go around it in a circle with a speed 50 km/h. If the sound that ambulance car emits has a frequency of 1 kHz, which frequency does the driver of the car hear in Hz when the ambulance car is in the ...

**Chemistry**

how many ml of .5M HCL are required to neutralize 600 mg of Mg(OH)2?

**mathematics**

how do I cope with intermediate mathematics e.g log rhythms?

**Science**

the speed of the two cars vary, but in your case if it is a 2000-kg car their speed just afterward is 2059 miles per hour.

**Chemistry**

that is right. but if it is 0.850 grams of Na2s04 it is completely diffrent.

**math**

the answer to the problem is 408 square inches

**physics**

x=1/2*g*t^2 x=910-150=760m a=9,81m/s^2 t=sqrt(x/(0.5*g)) that is t=sqrt(760/(0.5*9,81)=12,44s=12s

**math**

4x^3 = 1.12x10^-12 x= 6.54 x 10^-5 what steps do you take to get that answer??

**Math**

if i have: 31x^5=1.4x10^-85 what would x equal?

**MATH**

If I have: 4x^3 = 2.80x10^-9 what would x eqaul and how would i figure that out?

**MATH**

ok, so what if you have 4x^3 = 2.80 x 10^-9 what would x equal in this case and how would you get it? I really appreciate ur help. As you can tell i am slightly confused. Ur explanations are helping greatly.

**MATH**

why do you square root it twice?

**MATH**

I have 27x^4 = 1.1 x 10^-36 I have to figure out what X equals. The answer is x= 4.5 x 10^-10 How do you get that for the answer??

**trigononometry**

(12x2.17) cos0 120.6

**criminal justice**

help me with this assignment

**Economics**

Poland Spring, Dasani and Aquafina who together produce 90% of all the bottled water consumed in the US, each spend well over $300 million a year on television advertising campaigns, promoting their water brands. If one firm is advertising its brands heavily, the others must ...

**math**

how do i find the area of a shape

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