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July 29, 2014

July 29, 2014

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**Math**

If I add all the numbers from 1-100 what do I get? This question has been confusing me for a while...

**english**

loaded words

**Chemistry**

7. Which of the following is true? A. Cesium is the most active group 1 metal, because its valence electron is held more tightly than the others in the same group. B. Group 1 elements are more reactive than the group 2 elements because they have more valence electrons to lose....

**Chemistry**

15. When chromium loses two electrons, its configuration changes to A. [Ar]4s1. B. [Ar]3d4. C. [Ar]4s13d5. D. [Ar]4s13d4. I'm guessing it's B but I just want to double check

**Math**

Hi! I need some help with a problem in the packet I have to complete over the summer. Can anyone help? at uncle joe's farm there are chickens and sheep. tommy counted the heads and got a total of 12 heads. then he counted feet and got a total of 38. can you figure out how ...

**physics **

a 2.00 kg rock is dropped from a bridge to the water 50.0m below. what is the velocity as it hits the water? what is its kinetic energy as it hits the water?

**Analytical chem**

SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF STEEL I have a known molarity of KMnO4 solution. It was diluted by a factor of 20. Its absorbance is now 1.18. The length of the path is 1 cm.What is the molarity of the new solution.

**chemistry**

Atoms of the group 15 elements tend to react to form _______ ions. A. 5+ B. 32 C. 52 D. 3+ My guess is D. Which is correct?

**Trigonometry**

Solve the triangle using the law of cosine: a= 5 b= 6 y= 35

**Trigonometry**

Could someone please help me out with this? I've read my text book, but can't seem to figure it out. And could you please show me how to do them? The Earth travels in a circular orbit around the Sun at 29.79 km/sec. If the radius of the orbit is 1.496 x 10^8 km, what i...

**science**

if a person puts 500 newtons into pushing an immovable wall that was 2 meters tall how many joules of work would they do

**social studies**

What are the responsibility's of the department of education

**social studies**

what is the responsibility's of education?

**social studies**

What is the responsibility's of the department of energy

**english**

One way we get to know characters is to want to avoid the most. Select TWO characters from Julius Caesar and write short essays on what you believe they fear the most and what evidence you used to come to this conclusion. any ideas

**geometry need asap**

A manufacturer made a container that looked like the Washington Monument to fill with raisins, as shown. Find the volume of the container the sides on the bottom are 2 inches for the base and the height is 7 inches

**geometry**

A manufacturer made a container that looked like the Washington Monument to fill with raisins, as shown. Find the volume of the container the sides on the bottom are 2 inches for the base and the height is 7 inches

**geometry **

I need to find the height and volume of a triangular prism. the front measures 8 cm and the side is 19 cm.

**geometry**

Find the surface area of the cone. in pie the radius is 3 cn the height is 18

**geometry **

I need to find the base, height, and volume of a triangu;ar prism. the front is 8 cm and the side bottom line is 19 cm

**geomerty**

please help

**geomerty**

A manufacturer made a container that looked like the Washington Monument to fill with raisins, as shown. Find the volume of the container the base is 2 in and 2 in the height is 5 in then the triagle is 2 in. There is a line between the h 5 and the 2

**geometry**

A manufacturer made a container that looked like the Washington Monument to fill with raisins, as shown. Find the volume of the container. The base has the front and sides as 2 and 2 inches the height is 5 in and the 2 inches.

**geo**

geometry

**geo**

help please

**geo**

I need to find the the height of the prism, the volume of the prism, and the area of the base. The front has a measurement of 8 cm and the line on the side has 19 cm. can you please help me.

**geo**

how do you find the base of a triangular prism >

**geometry**

these are the answer I have to pick from for volume 1088/3 pi feet cubed 960 pi feet cubed 320 pi feet cubed 1088 pi feet cubed

**geometry **

Find the area of the base and the volume of a cone. the height is 17 and the radius is 8. my answer needs to be in pie

**geometry **

I need to find the area of a base of a cylinder. The height is 9 and the radius is 3.

**geometry**

12 x 15 x 7 =450 would it be 2.8 galloons

**geometry**

12x 12 x15x15

**geometry **

The floor of a bedroom is 12 feet by 15 feet and the walls are 7 feet high. One gallon of paint covers 450 square feet. How many gallons of paint do you need to paint the walls of the bedroom?

**geomerty**

a= 2 x 3.14x 1 x 12 a = 75.36 a = 2 x 3.14x 8 x 3 a= 150.71 roller B

**geomerty**

Paint Roller A has a length of 12 in. and a diameter of 2 in. Paint Roller B has a length of 8 in. and a diameter of 3 in. Which roller can spread more paint on a wall in one revolution

**geomety**

128 feet

**geomety**

You want to pour a concrete slab with a width of 16 feet, a length of 16 feet, and a height of 0.5 feet. Find the volume of the concrete, so you know how much you will need

**geometry**

sa =4 x 3.14x 9^2 sa = 324 pie

**geometry **

Find the SURFACE AREA of a sphere that has a diameter of 18 centimeters. Leave your answer in terms of pi.

**Halfway solved-calc**

Oh, so that value is to be added. Okay, thank you!

**Halfway solved-calc**

Wow, thank you so much! But I'm wondering where the + 1 for the R and r, comes into play?

**Halfway solved-calc **

So I'm trying to solve this problem but one thing I don't get is, how do I know which method to use just by looking at the graph (disk, washer, or shell)? Find the volume of the solid generated by revolving the region bounded by the graphs y=x^2- 4x+ 5 and y= 5-x about...

**Math**

I absolutely understand this now. Thank you so much. I really couldn't have done it without your help Steve.

**Math**

No there wasn't. This is exactly the problem our substitute gave us, and I was having a hard time figuring out why that was so. Do they not intersect at (2, 0) as well? I was told this answer is incorrect as well (-1/4). I'm perplexed. :S

**Math**

3) Find the area bounded by the curves f(x)= x^3 + x^2 and g(x)= 2x^2 + 2x. I get 4653pi/105 after help from Mr. Reiny, but this is wrong. Have I calculated incorrectly? Thank you

**integral calculus**

I'm sorry about that. Can you explain why there is an error Mr. Pursley? I genuinely don't understand how there is an error.

**integral calculus**

let u=x^2 du= 2x dx dx=du/2x dx=du/2sqrt(u) -1/4 cos u is the integral

**Calculus**

3) Find the area bounded by the curves f(x)= x^3 + x^2 and g(x)= 2x^2 + 2x. I get 4653pi/105 after help from Mr. Reiny, but this is wrong. Have I calculated incorrectly? Thank you

**Calculus**

I did it and I get 4653pi/105 but this is wrong. Have I calculated incorrectly?

**Calculus**

Thank you very much Reiny. I understand it a bit better now.

**Calculus**

We're learning disks, shells, and cylinders in school but we have a substitute and I've been trying to teach this to myself. Can you check them please? =) Thank you! 1) Find the volume of the solid formed when the region bounded by curves y=x^3 + 1, x= 1, and y=0 is ro...

**Calculus**

We're learning disks, shells, and cylinders in school but we have a substitute and I've been trying to teach this to myself. Can you check them please? =) Thank you! 1) Find the volume of the solid formed when the region bounded by curves y=x^3 + 1, x= 1, and y=0 is ro...

**biology**

ap biology lab -what barriers might hinder the acquisition of plasmids

**bio**

I am doing the biology ap bacteria DNA transformation lab and I came up with a transformation efficiency of 150,000. I read somewhere that they should be between 2,000-8,000. is my answer way off? My group counted an average of 1529 colonies to begin with so i dont see how the...

**geometry **

AB= ft2 CB = ft l (slant height) = ft S = ft2 I need to find the answers this is a cone with a radius of 5 and a height of 13. Thank you

**math**

I need to find the A small b, C small b, slant height, and surface area of a cone. The height is 9.2 and radius is 5.6. Please help

**math**

The Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco is shaped like a square pyramid. It has a slant height of 856.1 feet and each side of its base is 145 feet. Find the lateral area of the building.

**geometry**

please help

**geometry**

The Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco is shaped like a square pyramid. It has a slant height of 856.1 feet and each side of its base is 145 feet. Find the lateral area of the building.

**geometry **

Find the surface area of a cone with diameter 27 m and slant height 19 m. Leave your answer in terms of pie

**math**

Find the surface area of a cone with diameter 27 m and slant height 19 m. Leave your answer in terms of . Note: You do not need to include in your answer

**math**

The Transamerica Pyramid in San Francisco is shaped like a square pyramid. It has a slant height of 856.1 feet and each side of its base is 145 feet

**gov**

what was the lower courts decision of the terry v.s ohio case?

**math**

7 inches is across the top of the can and 5 goes up and down.

**math**

can you pleae explain how to do this?

**math**

a cylinder can of coca has the dimensions of base 7in and height 5 inches. what is the approximate surface area available for the label?

**math**

197.8

**math**

I dont understand how to do this

**math **

A cylindrical carton of oatmeal with radius of 3.5 in. is 9 in tall. If all surfaces except the top are made of cardboard , how much cardboard is used to make the oatmael carton. Round your answer to the nearest square inch

**Math story problem**

A satellite dish is shaped like a paraboloid of revolution. the signals that emanate from a satellite strike the surface of the dish and are reflected to a single point, where the receiver is located. If the dish is 14ft across at its opening and 4ft deep at its center, at wha...

**Math!**

Solve the equation on the interval 0<theta<2pi -tan(2theta)+2sin(theta)=0

**Trig**

cos[(tan^-1(3/4))+(cos^-1(9/41))]

**math**

I am supposed to find the area of a segment of a circle. The circle is cut with two radi with an angle of 90 degrees. Then where the radi touch the circle another line is drawn to connect them. The triangle and the small section between the triangle and the edge of the circle ...

**geometry**

possible answers are a 9 pi / 4 - 9 units squared b 6 pi / 4 - 4.5 units squared c 9 pi / 4 units squared d 9 pi /4 - 4.5 units squared

**geometry **

Find the area of the segment of the circle. Leave your answer in terms of pi. there is a circle with a 90 degree triangle and one side is 3 cm

**geometry**

You and your friend ordered a 12 cut pizza with a radius of 8 inches. How much cheese is needed to cover one slice of the pizza? Hint: Find the area of one slice. Round your answer to the nearest tenth

**math**

If a ramp has a slope of 1/8, and I need to put a support post 11 feet from the low point on the ramp, how long should the post be?

**Calculus**

Nevermind you can ignore this, I figured it out. I was just forgetting to do e^answer at the end.

**Calculus**

Find the limit as x approaches infinity of (lnx)^(1/x). This unit is on L'Hopital's rule. I know that the answer is 1, I just don't know how to get there. I tried taking the ln of everything so that you have ln(the whole limit) = limx-->infinity (1/x)ln(lnx) but...

**physics**

In a series circuit, the voltage across the resistor has an amplitude of 10 V. Across the inductor it is 25 V and across the capacitor it is 9 V. To the nearest tenth, what is the amplitude of the voltage across the whole group?

**Economics**

Would leisure time considered an inferior good when the substitution effect dominates? I think that the answer is yes because if you are willing to work more hours in order to make more money than you do not value leisure time that much. Is this correct? Thank you

**Microeconomics**

Is leisure time considered an inferior good when the substitution effect dominates? I think that the answer is yes because if you are willing to work more hours in order to make more money than you do not value leisure time that much. Is this correct? Thank you!

**Algebra**

Find the specified value of the following functions and state the domain of each one. f(x)=x-11;g(x)=7x^2 (a) (f+g)(5)=

**Economics(Please check, thank you)**

Is leisure time considered an inferior good when the substitution effect dominates? I think that the answer is yes because if you are willing to work more hours in order to make more money than you do not value leisure time that much. Is this correct? Thank you!

**Data Management**

How many 4 digit number can be made using 0 -7 with no repeated digits allowed?

**Data Management**

A bag contains three green Christmas ornaments and four gold ornaments. If you randomly pick two ornaments from the bag, at the same time, what is the probability that both ornaments will be gold?

**Data Management**

How many ways can the manager of a baseball team put together a batting order of his nine players, if the shortstop must bat 3rd?

**physics **

Suppose the Sun is 1.52669 × 108 km from Earth. The speed of light is 2.99792 × 108 m/s. How long does it take for its light to reach us? Answer in units of min

**chem**

A certain constant-pressure reaction is nonspontaneous at 37°C. The entropy change for the reaction is 83 J/K. What can you conclude about the sign of ÄH? What can you conclude about the magnitude of ÄH?

**chem**

Express the second law of thermodynamics as a mathematical equation. (Select all that apply.) For a reversible process, ÄSuniverse = 0. For a spontaneous process, ÄSuniverse > 0. For a spontaneous process, ÄSuniverse = 0. For a reversible process, ÄSuniv...

**chem**

the volume of 0.220 mol of an ideal gas at 34°C is increased isothermally from an initial volume of 12.0 L. If the final volume is 21.5 L, calculate the entropy change for the process.

**Math**

Which is the best estimate of -15/16 divided (-1/2)?

**biology**

how do chromosomes move inside a cell during each stage of cell division?

**chem**

Which of the following could be added to a solution of sodium acetate to produce a buffer? ? A) acetic acid only B) acetic acid or hydrochloric acid C) potassium acetate only D) sodium chloride or potassium acetate E) hydrochloric acid only i knowt he answer is b but i dont kn...

**chem**

how do i do the ^4 when there is an x and it is a bionomial. i am having trouble

**chem**

In an excess of NH3(aq), Cu2+ ion forms a deep blue complex ion, Cu(NH3)42+, which has a formation constant Kf = 5.6 1011. Calculate the Cu2+ concentration in a solution prepared by adding 4.8 10-3 mol of CuSO4 to 0.500 L of 0.32 M NH3.

**government**

how did the watergate scandal gain attention? and why was an investigation launched?

**chemistry**

Calculate the solubility of Mn(OH)2 in grams per liter when buffered at each of the following. (a) pH 7.7 (b) pH 9.6 (c) pH 11.3

**chem**

The molar solubility of MgF2 at 25°C is 1.2 10-3 mol/L. Calculate Ksp. i got the euqation ksp= [F-]^2[Mg]2+ and plugged in 1.2e-3 and got 1.7e-9 but it is wrong. also this question If 0.0968 g of CaF2 dissolves per liter of solution, calculate the solubility-product const...

**chem**

Consider the titration of 30.0 mL of 0.050 M NH3 with 0.025 M HCl. Calculate the pH after the following volumes of titrant have been added. (The Kb for NH3 is 1.8e-05.) (a) 0 mL . (b) 25.0 mL . (c) 59.0 mL . (d) 60.0 mL (e) 63.0 mL (f) 67.5 mL

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