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# Posts by hmmmm

Total # Posts: 28

language arts
Yep the correct answers are 1.B 2.A 3.B 100% Thanks XD and _ilovepink__24
September 14, 2015

Physics
FLu your ans of 2b is 1.69e-4
May 22, 2013

Physics
May 22, 2013

Physics
and in neumerator I its current and in denominator its l length
May 22, 2013

Physics
pi*r^2
May 22, 2013

Physics
formula for question 2 a)B=meu_0*N*I/l b)L=meu_0*N^2*A//l c)I=V/R d)U=1/2(LI^2)
May 22, 2013

Physics
radiation pressure qn a) 5.823e8 b) 3.56e22
May 22, 2013

Physics
sorry it is meu_0 and I is given in question meu=4*pi*1E-7 as mentioned by other friends
May 22, 2013

Physics
ans=1.44 for people with other values use this B=(meu not*N*I)/((2*pi*R/km) +d)
May 22, 2013

Physics
this was for question 4
May 22, 2013

Physics
B=(meu not*N*I)/((2*pi*R/km) +d)
May 22, 2013

Physics
ist part ans is 5.823e8
May 22, 2013

Physics
a) 15.705 , b) 350 c) 55.714 d) 0 other parts still working on it
May 4, 2013

Physics
a) R/L and 1/LC
May 1, 2013

Physics
ans: 0.657
May 1, 2013

Physics
did u get it right FLU?
April 26, 2013

Physics
i used this getting wrong answer
April 26, 2013

Physics
April 26, 2013

Physics
link is not allowed here, please search it by abdul rahman name on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 at 2:30pm.
April 17, 2013

Physics
c)0.0001386
April 9, 2013

Physics
sorry i slept so couldn't reply i missed that part too.
April 5, 2013

Physics
(b)((R_1*epsilon)/(R_1+R_2))+(100*epsilon)
April 5, 2013

Physics
(a)((R_1*epsilon)/(R_1+R_2))+(epsilon)
April 5, 2013

Physics
V1/V2=1+2*R_1/R_2 and V1/v2=100+101*(R_1/R_2)
April 5, 2013

Physics
not this question . but done 80% of others
April 5, 2013

Physics
V2=(R_2*epsilon)/(R_1+R_2) in both V2 options
April 5, 2013

math
put these polar equations into cartesians form: 1) theta=135 degrees 2)rcostheta=-1 for #1 is it like: (-1,1)? and for #2, X=-1, but i cant find y, any help is appreciated The slope should be sin(theta)/cos(theta) and the intercept is the origin. x=r*cos(theta) If r=1 we have ...
September 25, 2006

math
change equations to polar form: 1) y= -1 2) x^2 + y^2 = 4 how would i do these questions? thank u to convert to polar, you use the relationship: x = rcos(theta), and y = rsin(theta) 1) rsin(theta) = -1, r = 1-/sin(theta) 2)try this yourself by substituting as in part 1. but ...
September 25, 2006

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