# Posts by er

Total # Posts: 21

**Math (sequence)**

A sequence is generated where is term is equal to the sum of to preceding terms. If the first 2 terms are 1 and 2, what is the fifth term? Please explain the logic.

**Math probability**

Lottery tickets are held by 56 men and 84 women. An equal percentage of men and women are older than 55. If there are 8 men over 55, what is the probability that the lottery winner will be either man of any age or a women over 55 years old.

**Math**

An airplane climbs 100 feet during the first second of takeoff. In each succeeding second it climbs 100 feet more than during the previous second. How many seconds does it take for the plane to reach an altitude of 12000 feet?

**algebra**

The product of the first ten prime numbers must be divisible by: F. 16 G. 18 H. 20 J. 22 K. 24 Please provide detailed explanation with answer (if possible) Thanks in advance.

**algebra**

write the equation of the line that is parallel ot the line x + Y =-2 and passed through the origin.

**algebra**

Using x as their common factor, represent the numbers and their sum if: Two number have ration of 4 to 3

**algebra**

A stem-and-leaf plot has a stem of 4 and leaf of 6, but has no a key, Give two possible values that stem represents. Explain the your thinking.

**algebra**

A traveler required a total of 12 h on the round trip, averaging 20mi/h and 30 mi/h. Find a time in hours going using a T for this.

**algebra**

IF M(3-1) is the midpoint of the segment AB and A(8.12) is the coordinates of A. Fin the coordinates of point B.

**Algebra**

Write an equation of the line that is parallel t the given line and passes through the given point. 1. y=3x-8;(0,2) 2. y=-x; (0,6)

**physics**

ererre

**physics**

Two identical superconducting rings are brought very close to each other (see the image below). The currents in the rings are equal to I,=0.05 A. Determine the the current I in Amps in the rings if we separate them far apart.

**Maths**

118/147, So 265,do tell if it is right

**math**

n and m are positive integers that satisfy n^3+2n^2=m^2. If 1≤n≤1000, how many possible pairs of (n,m) are there?

**physics**

5.4

**Physics :(( help please TT**

is 1.2 correct

**Physics :(( help please TT**

5.6 is wrong

**math**

I would have gladly to u,if u haven't lied on the physics question, if u have done it,we can trade,as I have done this question

**Finance**

Dgh

**Physics**

erw

**physics**

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