March 27, 2015

Posts by jk

Total # Posts: 35

math - exponent laws
now you mention,yes I could have paste the link but i didn't think of it, SORRY! Thank You very much!
February 10, 2015

math - exponent laws
evaluate -(11/17^-10/(9/5)^(1/10) answer from Reiny: (-11/-17)^-10 = 1/(11/17)^10 = 77.725... (I stored that in A on my calculator) (9/5)^(1/10) = 1.0605.. so -(11/17^-10/(9/5)^(1/10) = -77.725... /1.0605... = -73.28837824 --- do we need to reciprocal -(11/17) to -(17/11) ?
February 10, 2015

MATH - exponent laws
do we need to reciprocal -(11/17) to -(17/11) ?
February 9, 2015

MATH - exponent laws
how do you evaluated this? (-)sign ↓ _ __________( -11/-17)^-10 line is divide (9/5)^1/10
February 9, 2015

Sam bought a new car for $26,500. The car depreciates approximately 13% of its value each year. A) What is the decay factor for the value of this car? b)  Write an equation to model the decay value of this car? c)  What will the value of the car be in 10 years?
June 27, 2014

angles ABC and XYZ are complementary angles. if m < ABC is 18 more than three times m < XYZ, find < XYZ i have no idea how to do this i know that something has to equal 18+ 3m but i dont understand the (<) sings
June 15, 2014

4*3 8*9
April 23, 2014

Where is an electron in 3Py orbital most likely to be found and where does the probability it vanish?
December 26, 2013

8th Grade Science
October 12, 2013

Physics (mechanics)
A u-control airplane of mass m is attached by control wires of length L and negligible mass to the "pilot" who controls the lift provided by the wing FL. The wires control the plane's elevator or angle of attack. The plane's engine keeps it moving at constant...
July 9, 2013

could anyone test ACDE??
April 13, 2013

exercise 4.1 suppose the pilot start agin from rest
March 17, 2013

February 26, 2013

there are 4 cirlces in an equilateral triangle with sides equal to 16cm. what is the radius of the big circle and the little circles
February 25, 2013

November 23, 2012

October 2, 2012

for empirical formula C=3.97mg; H=0.44mg; and O=5mg-3.97mg-0.44mg=0.59mgO Then 0.59mg/16g=0.036mmol. Then you good to go! Thank you DrBob222:D
September 27, 2012

I got the right answer by following DrBob222's step
September 27, 2012

September 19, 2012

OK 1:D 2:C 3:D r they right
April 30, 2012

1. The Uros people have adapted to the geography of Lake Titicaca, much like the Incas, by making islands out of (1 point)rock. sand. wood. reeds. 2. The Selva refers to the (1 point)coastal region. eastern rainforest. high mountains of Peru. Sierra. 3. Another example of how ...
April 30, 2012

Understanding percent
In the square, if part A is 1/4 of the square and part C is 1/10 of the square, what percent of the square is part B?
March 27, 2012

Vinegar (by Roger McGough) sometimes i feel like a priest in a fish and chips queue quietly thinking as the vinegar runs through how nice it would be to buy supper for two (1967) Poem for Roger McGough (by Adrian Henri) A nun in a supermarket standing in the queue Wondering ...
December 11, 2011

Vinegar (by Roger McGough) Poem for Roger McGough (by Adrian Henri) sometimes A nun in a supermarket i feel like a priest standing in the queue in a fish and chips queue Wondering what it’s like quietly thinking To buy groceries for two. as the vinegar runs through (1967...
December 11, 2011

Physics 203
April 26, 2011

How many moles of oxygen atoms are contained in 1.86 x 10-2 mol CuSO4·5H2O
March 22, 2011

Physics 3
February 5, 2011

Algebra 1
Nico drives from school to the store at 25 miles per hour. He drives back to the school (along the same route) at 35 miles per hour, and the returns to the store (via the same route) travelling at 40 miles per hour. Find the average rate for the three trips. Round your answer ...
October 30, 2010

Organic Chemistry
Benzyl chloride, through a primary halide, readily a precipitate when treated with 2% ethanolic silver nitrate. Why?
October 25, 2010

A ferris wheel is 35 meters in diameter,and can be boarded at ground level. The wheel turns in a counterclokcwise direction, completing one full revolution every 5 minutes. Suppose that a t=0 you are in the three o'clock position. Write a formula, using the sine function ...
August 13, 2010

sinx+ siny/ (cosx+cosy)= tan 1/2 (x+y) prove this identity
August 13, 2010

Last night, lucy and Neil met Morey in Gramercy Park. 1. The object of the verb is.? 2. the predicate of the sentence is?
September 2, 2009

Is "je suis allé souvent" correct or should it be "je suis souvent allé?" Thanks
January 4, 2009

OMG that is exaclty how I was feeling when reading the text. I know Im not stupid but when I read the explanations I do feel a little slow because I know its not that hard to figure out. So why do they make it something so easy seem difficult
October 30, 2008

Precalculus with trigonometry
October 23, 2007

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