# Posts by cait

Total # Posts: 41

**Math**

A sheet of paper is 30cm wide and 20cm long. How many 5cm long squares can be cut from this paper?

**Math**

Simplify dg-8^6x+9.4

**Health**

2. Thirty minutes of physical activity a day can improve your family's health and can help to bring you closer together. True False 3. Most people that participate in physical fitness do not enjoy encouraging their family members to get involved with them. True False 4. ...

**Math Help**

The measure of <3 is 101. Find the measure of <4 A. 79 B. 106 C. 74 D. 101 Not sure on witch one

**Math**

Find the the measure of the following angles? 1. <4=? A.120 *** B. 50 C.30 D.150 2.<6=? A. 150 B. 130 *** C. 20 D. 150 3. <8=? A. 30 B.132 *** C. 20 D. 150 <7=? A. 130 B. 30 *** C. 150 D. 15

**Reading**

I live in the middle of no where. It takes a 45 minutes to get to a local store and the closet libray is 1 hour and 15 minute drive from my house. And my parents won't let me buy things online.

**Reading**

There is one big problem I don't have the book my school didn't give me one. So how the heck am I suppose to do this problem when I don't have the book.

**Reading**

Think about the work you completed in your reading character role. Determine the ideas that would be most worthy to share in a literary discussion about Johnny Tremain. Provide an explanation for your choices. How did the role you selected and the work you completed help you ...

**Physics**

A device for training astronauts and jet fighter pilots is designed to rotate a trainee in a horizontal circle of radius 10.2 m. If the force felt by the trainee on her back is 7.61 times her own weight, how fast is she rotating? (in m/s) Express your answer in revolutions per...

**Physics**

A child sitting 1.39 m from the center of a merry-go-round moves with a speed of 1.21 m/s. Calculate the centripetal acceleration of the child. (in m/s^2) Calculate the net horizontal force exerted on the child (mass = 22.5 kg). (in N)

**Physics**

An elevator in a tall building is allowed to reach a maximum speed of 3.55 m/s going down. What must the tension be in the cable to stop this elevator over a distance of 2.30 m if the elevator has a mass of 1270 kg including occupants? (in N)

**Physics**

A small box is held in place against a rough wall by someone pushing on it with a force directed upward at 29.8° above the horizontal. The coefficients of static and kinetic friction between the box and wall are 0.400 and 0.320, respectively. The box slides down unless the...

**algebra 2**

temperature was 8 time higher when t=7 when t=3

**Need help on Physics!!**

0.20N

**Trigonometry**

n-1/n divided by 1+1/n

**Math, Please help!**

I'm having a hard time in math, and every time I start my test my eyes glaze over. Can anyone please help me out? (9m+6)+(-5m-6) (3r^2+7r+1)+(4r^2-8r-2) (6h+1)-(9h+4) (-7w^2-2w-1)-(-5w^2 +3w-2)

**Math, Please help!**

I'm having a hard time in math, and every time I start my test my eyes glaze over. Can anyone please help me out? (9m+6)+(-5m-6) (3r^2+7r+1)+(4r^2-8r-2) (6h+1)-(9h+4) (-7w^2-2w-1)-(-5w^2 +3w-2)

**History**

is it A

**Calc**

Find the volume formed by rotating the region enclosed by: x = 8 y and y3 = x with y ≥ 0 about the y-axis

**Calc2**

Find the volume of the solid obtained by rotating the region bounded by the given curves about the specified axis. y = x2, y = 1; about y = 6

**DUE AT MIDNIGHT PLEASE HELP- Calculus**

A trough is 5 meters long, 1 meters wide, and 4 meters deep. The vertical cross-section of the trough parallel to an end is shaped like an isoceles triangle (with height 4 meters, and base, on top, of length 1 meters). The trough is full of water (density 1000 kg/m3 ). Find ...

**math**

no other criteria was given

**math**

a 2 digit number, divisable by 6, the 10s unit is 1/2 of the digit unit

**physics**

car comes to a stop over distance of 30.0m after the driver applies brakes. If the car decelerates @ contant rate of 3.50m/s2, what was the car's origianl sped?

**Chemistry**

Determine the pH of 263 ml of solution which has [NH 4I] = 0.300 M. Kb = 1.74 × 10-5 for NH3(aq)

**Chemistry**

I managed to get it :) though for others who might be looking to solve this for their practice questions Convert Kb to Ka Ka = kw/Kb then just use an ice table with Ka=x^2/ 0.300M-x (x is small) and just -log[H3O+)

**Chemistry**

Determine the pH of 263 ml of solution which has [NH 4I] = 0.300 M. Kb = 1.74 × 10-5 for NH3(aq)

**algebra**

dimensions: 320x640 max. area 204800

**8th grade**

very fast

**math**

a local gas station uses the formula c= 0.635L+ 6.25 to charge customers who want to buy gasoline and a car wash what is the total cost if you buy 20L of gasoline? please help!

**9th grade**

how much heat is needed to change 20g of ice at negative 10 degrees c to water vapor at 200 degrees c

**Physics**

Ok... but I still don't get it... Is there a formula type thing that could help me?

**Physics**

Yes - if it is the same person answering it - it is me again! My question has STILL not been answered... How would I solve for upwards acceleration with this kind of image, assuming mass and force are given.

**Physics**

How would I go about calculating the acceleration of a mass being pulled up an inclined plane at an angle. Given - mass, and presumably angles So the object is being pulled up an angle at another angle.

**Physics**

But what about the second angle? There is another one besides theta that I don't know what to do about - but that explanation just helped alot with all the other problems!

**Physics**

Compute the net force along the direction of the plane, making sure to subtract friction (if any) and the component of weight along the plane (W sin A). -That is the part that I don't get how to do...

**Physics**

How would I go about calculating the acceleration of a mass being pulled up an inclined plane at an angle. Given - mass, and presumably angles

**Sequences and Series**

PreCal. What is the difference between the equations (n(n+1))/2, and n/2(ti+tn)?? Under what conditions would you use them? Thanks much!!!

**proof by mathematical induction**

subject is PreCalulus. 2^(k+3) = and < (k+3)! i know how to do proving using mathematical induction when its just an equal sign, but I don't understand what to do when its an inequality. thank you!!! Here is what I would do Step 1: check if it is true for k=1 that is: ...

**Math**

What is quantity and how do you use it. A quantity is how much you have of a particular quality or substance. You can use it to compare to other quantities to see if they are more or less. Depending on what you desire — more or less — you might adjust the situation...

**FACTORING HELP ASAP**

i don't know how this works.. but im helping my friend with some factoring and i have a few questions

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