Posts by curious
Total # Posts: 12
I taught (thinking to myself not sure if its the right word taught) to myself that I needed to be fluent in programming languages to set myself apart from others in the job market and increase my quantitative skills. Is the proper word "taught" used correctly? ...
November 30, 2016
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Calculate compressive strength: Fracture load = 56000lb Radius=3 in Compressive strength = (F/pi*(r)^2)sectional area After calculation: CS=630psi I was wondering if I did it right. Thanks
November 1, 2016
Consider: Brittle materials are approximately considered to be those having a fracture strain of less than about 5%. My answer:. I am not sure what the author is saying here. Is it percent elongation that has to be more than 5% to be consider brittle.??
October 20, 2016
On an 18-hole golf course, there are par-3 holes, par-4 holes, and par-5 holes. A golfer who shoots par on every hole has a total of 66. There are twice as many par-4 holes as there are par-5 holes. How many of each type of hole are there on the golf course? How many par-3 ...
February 19, 2014
Hello! I am here because I have a question. In math we are starting a new unit: Probability. One of the questions on my homework are "A number cube with the numbers 1 through 6 is rolled. Find the probability of rolling a complement of 4." I have no idea what a ...
March 11, 2013
a container holds 200 pounds of water or 132 pounds of gasoline. what is the density of gasoline in g/mL? (hint; the density of water was calculated in the early experiment to be 0.962g/mL)
February 11, 2013