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November 27, 2014

Posts by corey


Total # Posts: 219

physics
You are loading a refrigerator weighing 2250 N onto a truck, using a wheeled cart. The refrigerator is raised 1.00 m to the truck bed when it is rolled up a ramp. Calculate the minimum work that must be done by the force you apply and the magnitude of the force if the ramp is ...
November 4, 2014

Math
Which number is larger .545 or .54 repeating?
September 18, 2014

math
Why is it better to NOT use a letter that stands for the " unit name" such as s and t that stand for students and teachers as a variable?
August 14, 2014

programming logic and design
I need help writing pseudocode for this problem: Design a retirement planning calculator for skulling financial services • Allow a user enter a number of working years remaining in the user career and the annual amount of money the user can save • Assume that the ...
July 21, 2014

geometry
The volume of a cylinder is 980 in.4072-07-02-02-00_files/i0220001.jpg. The height of the cylinder is 20 in. What is the radius of the cylinder? Express your answer to the nearest hundredth.
July 13, 2014

physics
A bookshelf is at rest in a room. A force of 35.0 newtons is applied to a bookshelf. If the floor imparts a frictional force of 2.90 newtons, what is the net force acting on the bookshelf?
March 24, 2014

English
B
January 9, 2014

Phyics
An object in simple harmonic motion has an amplitude of 0.202 m and an oscillation period of 0.620 s. Determine the maximum speed of the motion.
November 16, 2013

math
can the commutative property be used for subtraction? explain
October 2, 2013

math
how can addition properties help me add whole numbers?
October 2, 2013

Phyics
A 17-kg sled is being pulled along the horizontal snow-covered ground by a horizontal force of 28 N. Starting from rest, the sled attains a speed of 2.3 m/s in 10 m. Find the coefficient of kinetic friction between the runners of the sled and the snow.
September 26, 2013

Phyics
A sprinter explodes out of the starting block with an acceleration of + 2.43 m/s2, which she sustains for 1.10 s. Then, her acceleration drops to zero for the rest of the race. What is her velocity at (a)t = 1.10 s and (b) at the end of the race?
September 24, 2013

math
which number is this rounded too, the nearest ten or hundred? 557 rounds 560
September 16, 2013

math
round to nearest hundred. 113, 279, 367
September 16, 2013

Math help
A person who weighs 130 pounds can burn about 300 calories per hour skateboarding. Write a function that relates the calories burned, c, to the number of hours, h, spent skateboarding. Identify the independent and dependent variable. Create a function table for values of h ...
May 16, 2013

7th math
Thanks!!!
May 16, 2013

Math help
Thank you both of you guys. Details helped a lot. I was stressing on this one.
May 16, 2013

Math help
55h + 275 = 440 Do I subtract 55 from 275 ?
May 16, 2013

Reading math
Two times the number of trees wich is 2n right? Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
May 16, 2013

Reading math
on January they sold 139 more Doughlas firs than Noble firs. The toal trees sold was 377. which of these is right for me to solve it?? n-139=377 n+139 = 377 2n +139 =377 2n+139 = 377 I think it is the first one??
May 16, 2013

math subtraction
My brother didn't explain what he was asking enough.
May 16, 2013

math subtraction
Complete function table. Then I need to write a rule for the function. I typed it as it shows on the function colum box. Do I subtract to get the missing number ? Like -3 Input doesn't have anything next to it in the output column.
May 16, 2013

math help plesase????
A person who weighs 130 pounds can burn about 300 calories per hour skateboarding. Write a function that relates the calories burned, c, to the number of hours, h, spent skateboarding. Identify the independent and dependent variable. Create a function table for values of h ...
May 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
Yes you nailed it. :))) Thank you. And for not giving up on me. I thought you did. Thank you :))
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
Are the parallel bases AB and CD? yes
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
Your right of course on the shape. I can not find the exact shape name. I will figure it out. But if you can tell me when the shape has numbers, not degrees, on the sides what do I do with them? If I have angle D 86 degrees, Angle C 41 degrees and angle A 133 degrees. I add ...
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
Ok, sorry not a trapezoid. Do you normally !!! this to kids?
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
Oh and nothing between DC or between BC. Shape looks like a trapezoid.
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
AD and BC are parallel The short base parallel is AD with 6 in the middle, but angle D has 86 degrees. BC long base paralle has no number but angle c is 41 degrees. The side leg AB has a number 10. I took out the 133 degrees on angle A
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
AD and BC are parallel The short base parallel is AD with 6 in the middle, but angle D has 86 degrees. BC long base paralle has no number but angle c is 41 degrees. The side leg AB has a number 1o, but A has angle 133 degrees. Make sense?
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
I understand the degrees problem, but confused on the non degree numbers I mentined above? 10 and 6 around the shape?
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
I got 260 degrees
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
I got 100 degrees for the 4th angle, is this right? Also, the numbers around the shape I don't do anything for them?
April 16, 2013

Math help Geometery
If, I ahve a trapezoid with two angles Angle 86 degrees and 41 degrees and angle A 133 degrees then,side b 10 Short base 6 How do I solve to get angle B?
April 16, 2013

Math help
Sorry second half up there is the other trapezoid.
April 16, 2013

Math help
I am so lost I have a problem. Two congruet figures. First trapezoid: 1 side b is 10 1 short base prarallel 6 Angle D 86 degrees Angle C 41 degrees Angle B ? Angle A ? Other angle J is 133 degrees Angle M ? Angle K ? Side d leg 17 Angle L ? long Base parallel 16 I know this ...
April 16, 2013

Math Geometery
Thank you Mr. Knights so mych. You explained it to me well.
April 11, 2013

Math Geometery
Is it possible to have more than one vertical line of symmetry? Why???
April 11, 2013

physics
A student, crazed by the first physics Midterm, uses a pushing force of 80 N angled at 70° to push a 5.0 kg book across the frictionless ceiling of his room. a. What is the block's acceleration? b. What is the force of the ceiling on the book?
April 8, 2013

Economics
Joe's utility over consumption and leisure is given by c^(1/2)+@l^(1/2), where @ is a positive constant. Find and graph Joe's labor supply.
February 18, 2013

Algebra
find least common denominator for these fractions 5/7 and 4/6
February 8, 2013

Math
Which of the following choices is correct? A. 0.43<4/5 B. 2/3<.07 C. 1/2<.09 D. 1/3>.35
January 24, 2013

skyline
Thanks, Writeacher (Very Helpful). I had an idea this was the answer.
January 23, 2013

skyline
a scale model of a car is 8 inches long. the actual car is 12 feet long. what is the scale of the model?
January 23, 2013

Calculus
Find the area between the following curves y1= x2−4x+3 y2=−x2+2x+3
December 17, 2012

Physics
a 4 kg block is being pulled by a string at a constant speed on a surface with coeficient of kinetic friction of .3. If the string is at an angle 45 degrees above the horizontal, what is the magnitude of the force F(also known as the string)?
December 15, 2012

Physics
a 4 kg block is being pulled by a string at a constant speed on a surface with coeficient of kinetic friction of .3. If the string is at an angle 45 degrees above the horizontal, what is the magnitude of the force F(also known as the string)?
December 15, 2012

Physics
a 4 kg block is being pulled by a string at a constant speed on a surface with coeficient of kinetic friction of .3. If the string is at an angle 45 degrees above the horizontal, what is the magnitude of the force F(also known as the string)?
December 15, 2012

Geometry
Where can the lines containing the altitudes of an obtuse triangle intersect? I. inside the triangle II. on the triangle III. outside the triangle A)I only B)I or II only C)III only D)I, II, or III PLEASE HELP ME ASAP!!!!
December 6, 2012

Geometry
its okay I just got the answer from someone elses answer. thanks anyways though. :)
December 6, 2012

english literature
Came to America to find freedom to worship and the Promised Land =a.)The North--Puritanism b.)The South---Gentlemen Planters c.)Both
December 1, 2012

math
a frog sat on a number line, it was on the number 18. it made two equal hops and anded at 0. where did it land first?
November 7, 2012

math
identify the two numbers less than 20 with the most factors
November 7, 2012

Physics
Two blocks of masses m1 = 2.00 kg and m2 = 4.50 kg are each released from rest at a height of y = 5.80 m on a frictionless track, as shown in the figure below, and undergo an elastic head-on collision. (a) Determine the velocity of each block just before the collision. Let the...
November 7, 2012

Physics
A 10.0 g object moving to the right at 19.0 cm/s makes an elastic head-on collision with a 15.0 g object moving in the opposite direction at 30.0 cm/s. Find the velocity of each object after the collision.
November 7, 2012

calculus
A golf ball of mass 0.05 kg is struck by a golf club of mass m kg with a speed of 50m/s will have an initial speed of v(m)=83m/(m+0.05) m/s. show that v'(m)>0 and interpret this result in context with the application. Compare v'(0.15) and v'(0.20) in context of ...
September 27, 2012

Math
You and a friend roll a pair of dice. The game is over either when you receive a sum of nine or when your friend receives a sum of six. Assume that you start first. What is the probability that you win. Note: For any round, if you receive a sum that is not nine AND your friend...
September 26, 2012

chem
You have to multiply the 3.7e10 by the 16mCi, and then divide by 1000. Disintegrations/s, and bq will be the same. Remember sig figs....
September 10, 2012

physics
Compute your average velocity in the following two cases: (a) You walk 73.6 m at a speed of 1.79 m/s and then run 73.6 m at a speed of 4.31 m/s along a straight track. (b) You walk for 1.00 min at a speed of 1.79 m/s and then run for 1.30 min at 4.31 m/s along a straight track.
September 9, 2012

geometry
in segment pt, l is the midpoint of pa and a is the midpoint of pn. if pn = 17 and la = 3.5, what is the length of nt?
April 29, 2012

chemistry
help me find which reactant is the limiting reactant when 74 g NaOH and 44 g CO2 are allowed to react when the equation is (2NaOH+1CO2=Na2CO3+1H2O)
April 9, 2012

physics
Speed of sound = 1498 m/s The sound takes 1.95 s to travel from the boat to the bottom and back. Half of this time is how long it takes to reach the bottom. So 1.95s/2 = time to travel from boat to the bottom. velocity = distance / time. since you now know time and velocity ...
March 6, 2012

Physics
To move a crate across a rough floor, you pull on it at an angle of 21 degrees above the horizontal. How much force is needed if the mass of the crate is 32kg and the coefficient of static friction between the crate and floor is 0.57
March 6, 2012

math
Initial balance = 2,539.78 withdraw (out of account) = -150.00 credit (into account) = 6.19 total change in the account = -150 + 6.19 = -143.81 Initial balance - total change = 2,539.78 - 143.81 = final balance
March 6, 2012

physics
A 65.0-kg runner has a speed of 5.20 m/s at one instant during a long-distance event. (a) what is the runner's kinetic energy at this instant? (b) if he doubles his speed to reach the finish line, by what factor does his kinetic energy change
March 1, 2012

Chemistry
What is the concentration of an HCl solution if 23.1 mL of HCl are needed to neutralize completely 35.0 mL of 0.101 M Ba(OH)2 I cannot get the right answer (Macic)(23.1mL)=(0.101M)(35.0mL) Macid = .153
December 5, 2011

chemistry
(Macic)(23.1mL)=(0.101M)(35.0mL) Macid = .153
December 5, 2011

chemistry
What is the concentration of an HCl solution if 23.1 mL of HCl are needed to neutralize completely 35.0 mL of 0.101 M Ba(OH)2 I cannot get the right answer
December 5, 2011

6th grade english
The verb is crap
November 15, 2011

Tragedy of Julius Caesar
is cassius is honestly opposed to tyranny
November 14, 2011

MATH
Let ones=x tens=y hundreds=z thousands=a a+x+y+z=15 x=1+y y=a+1 z=x+a y=3 x=1+(3) x=4 (3)=a+1 a=2 z=(4)+(2) z=6 2634
September 27, 2011

Math
distance=rate*time d=rt wind speed=w plane spee=180+w d=[(180+w)+w]*3 With wind d=[(180+w)-w]*4 Against wind [(180+w)+w]*3=[(180+w)-w)*4 (180+2w)3=180*4 540+6w=720 6w=180 w=30 The wind speed is 30 mph. The plane in still air is 180+30, or 210.
September 27, 2011

math
Let Ones digit=x Tens digit=10y Hundreds digit=100z 100z+10y+x=? z=6 z-3=y x=y 6-3=y=3=x z=6 y=3 x=3 100(6)+10(3)+3= 633
September 27, 2011

Science
M1V1=M2V2 (1.000x10^3 mL)(.00383 M)=x(25mL) x=.1532 M
September 27, 2011

math
403
September 27, 2011

Body systems/ terminology
A. Hormones control things to the extent of the speed of metabolism, levels of sugar in the bloodstream, etc. Although D is also true, it is not the best description.
September 27, 2011

math
The probability for the first is 6/10 (3/5). The probability for the second is 5/9. Multiply them for your answer, 1/3.
September 27, 2011

Science
2Na+2H2O-->2NaOH+H2 2 mL H2O*(1g H2O/1 mL H2O)=2 g water Since this is more grams than the sodium, and there is a one to one ratio, the sodium is limiting. 1.2g Na*(1 mol Na/22.99 g Na)*(2 mol NaOH/2 mol Na)*(40 g NaOH/1 mol NaOH) 2.1 g NaOH
September 27, 2011

English
yellow
September 27, 2011

chemistry
(5.40M)*x=(0.150L)(0.510M) x=0.0142 L
September 27, 2011

chemistry
4NH3+5O2-->4NO+6H2O 4.5g*(1 mol/32g)*(4 mol/5 mol)*(16.03g/1 mol) 1.8g Ammonia
September 27, 2011

math
a) The probability for one or the other is 10/4280 (1/428). For one of the two, add each of their probabilities (1/428)+(1/428) gives an answer of 1/214. b) The probability for any one child is 4/4280 (1/1070). Adding together the three children's probability (1/1070)+(1/...
September 27, 2011

Chemistry
Energy=(25.0g)(2.10J/g)(93+10) Energy=5407.5 J*(1 KJ/ 1000 J) Energy= 5.41 KJ
September 27, 2011

Chemistry
2H2O(g)-->2H2O(l) -88.0KJ 2H2O(l)-->2H2O(g) 88.0 KJ +2H2O(g)-->O2+2H2 483.6 KJ 2H2O(l)-->O2+2H2 571.6 KJ 571.6 KJ/mol
September 27, 2011

Chemistry
Density= mass/volume 63.3g/45.0 mL 1.4 g/mL
September 27, 2011

calculus
10(x+h)^2+9(x+h)+10-(10x^2+9x+10) 10(x^2+xh+h^2)+9x+9h+10-10x^2-9x-10 10x^2+10xh+10h^2+9h-10x^2 10xh+10h^2+9h
September 27, 2011

MATH HELP!!!!
let x=pile one x-10=second pile x/2=third pile x+(x-10)+(x/2)=3000 2x+x/2=3010 4x+x=6020 5x=6020 x=1204 The third pile is x/2, so the third pile has 1204/2, or 602 books.
September 27, 2011

Chemistry
The M stands for the unknown element; it binds to the Bromine. Bromine has a -1 charge, and there are three, it is highly likely that the element is Aluminum or Boron. 27.765 g MBr3-2.809 g M=24.956 g 3Br- 24.956 g Br* (1 mol Br/239.7 g)= .104 mol Br This is the same number as...
September 27, 2011

chemistry
density=mass/volume 5.00cm*3.00cm*1.00cm=15.00cm^3 (or 15.00 mL) 52.5g/15.00 mL= 3.50 g/mL
September 27, 2011

Animal Skeletal and Muscular Systems
1. b 2. c 3. d 4. a 5. b 6. d 7. a 8. c 9. d 10. c (? Thats how many for humans) 11. d 12. a 13. d 14. c 15. d 16. c 17. c 18. d 19. a 20. b
September 21, 2011

math
It has been determined that 30% of students at a certain high school own a cell phone. If 95 students are randomly selected determine the probability that exactly 20 students own a cell phone. *if using a calculator show syntax used*
May 23, 2011

math
A company has two factories that manufacture tires. Suppose 65% of the tires are manufactured in factory 1 and 35% are manufactured in factory 2. In factory 1, 5% of the tires are defective. In factory 2, 2% of the tires are defective. a) Determine the probability that a ...
May 23, 2011

math
A multiple-choice test has 10 questions. Each question has 5 choices. If a student answers each question by guessing randomly, find the probability that the student gets: a) at most 4 questions correct b) at least 7 questions correct Please show your work.
May 23, 2011

math
A committee of 4 is chosen from a group of 10 women and 6 men. Determine the probability that at least 2 women are on the committee. Please show your work.
May 23, 2011

math
What is the 8th term of (3x-1/2y)^10
May 23, 2011

math
Solve the following equations algebraically for n. Show your working using factorial notation. a) n!/3!(n-2)! = 12 b) 8Pn = 6720
May 23, 2011

math
thank you!
May 23, 2011

math
There are 6 boys and 8 girls in a group of students. Calculate the number of ways that a committee of 3 students which has at least 1 girl can be selected from the group. Please show your work.
May 23, 2011

math
thank you so much!
May 23, 2011

math
There are 6 boys and 8 girls in a group of students. Calculate the number of ways that a president, vice-president and treasurer can be selected. Please show your work.
May 23, 2011

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