# Posts by josh

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**programming**

How do I delete a file on my shared LAN network with vbs??? 1. The vbs file is in the same directory as the file i need deleted 2. How do I do this without having to declare long locations??? Anybody? help would be appreciated thanks

**art**

Was wondering, what kinda job I could get with a BTEC National Diploma in Fine Arts???

**programming**

Sorry... double post!

**programming**

I keep getting a 'Code 0; Permission Denied' error, while trying to run some .hta embedded vbs over my LAN Network, but when I run it locally (on my desktop) its just fine. My guess is this has something to do with writing to and / creating files in the .hta's ...

**IT - project work**

Swak you guys :(

**IT - project work**

I keep getting a 'Code 0; Permission Denied' error, while trying to run some hta embedded vbs over my LAN Network, but when I run it locally (on my desktop) its just fine. My guess is this has something to do with writing to and / creating files in the hta's local ...

**science**

animals that share common charistics

**ALGEBRA**

_5_ __4m__ m+1 = m My other one was probably very unclear, I hope you can read this better

**ALGEBRA**

__5__ _4m___ m+1 = m What does "m" equal, I can't figure it out, please help me. Here's the question in writing in case it isn't clear: 5 over m+1 = 4m over m Thank you so much.

**final revision**

How could you deal with new sources of stress?

**French Pen-Pal**

stupid and very hard

**math**

So the area would be 4x^2 ? and the area of a circle is pi * x^2 So would the area be (4-pi) x^2?

**math**

1. A wire of length x is bent into the shape of a square. Express the area A as a function of x only. 2. A circle of radius x is inscribed in a square. Find the area inside the square but outside the circle as a function of x only.

**social studies**

the wampanoag helped the pilgrims so the pilgrims helped the wamponoags learn how to make and cook food and that's how they became freinds

**Economics**

why with international trade, the domestic economy's consumption possibilities curve can be greater than the domestic economy's production pssibilities curve.

**math riddle ALGEBRA WITH PIZZAZZ**

can i have help plz with why dosent an elephant smoke

**math riddle ALGEBRA WITH PIZZAZZ**

I need help with this why doesn't an elephant smoke?

**Math**

how do i find area of parrelolgrams

**literary**

What is "sound" in a literary terminology sense?

**math**

what is 12% of 120?

**adverbs**

If you need any help, i will be there.

**Maths**

I am trying to work out the area and perimeter of an equilateral triangle but am only given the altitude (12cm), i have tried everything from c^2 = a^2 + b^2 to b x h / 2 and nothing seems to work. How do i work this out with only one measurement?

**biology**

The backbone of the DNA strand is made from alternating phosphate and sugar residues.The sugar in DNA is 2-deoxyribose, which is a pentose (five-carbon) sugar. The sugars are joined together by phosphate groups that form phosphodiester bonds between the third and fifth carbon ...

**Mathematics**

(2x)^2(3x)^3=3.548E82 How do I even do this type of math problem am just totally lost here????

**Social Studies**

Please tell some information on Indiana's economy? Just get some information about the state' natural resources and the state's most important way to make money like farming. Please answer my question. Thanks!

**math**

poopie

**science**

1. What will happen to the pressure in your tires if the temperature drops 40 degrees over the night? a) Pressure will increase b) Pressure will decrease c) Pressure will not change d) Cannot determine

**science**

1. What will happen to the pressure in your tires if the temperature drops 40 degrees over the night? a) Pressure will increase b) Pressure will decrease c) Pressure will not change d) Cannot determine 2. Explain, on a molecular level, why this happens. these questions are ...

**science**

Boiling points and freezing points are examples of? a. physical properties b. matter c. chemical properties d. energy i am pretty sure it is a but i just need to have someone assure to me i am right

**science hw**

I cannot figure out this answer. It is confusing me a lot. I hate problems like this where all of the problems just switch beginnings and endings with each other. The combination of the sand and water makes for a ____________ _____________ because A) homogenous mixture; it ...

**Math**

what mutiplication fact can be found by using the arrays for 2x9 and 5x9

**Chemisry**

Use chemical principles of atomic structure and or chemical bonding to explain each of the following. 1. At 25.0 degrees C and 1atm, F2 is a gas, whereas I2 is a solid. 2. The melting point of NaF is 993 degrees C, whereas the melting point of CsCl is 645 degrees C.

**mental**

gaslighting is not a syndrome its a act, u gaslight someone to gain something, i would recommend the book "how to drive your enemies crazy" it has some good stuff on gaslighting

**Math HELP please**

____ How do you simplify these? / \/ 24 Including numbers such as 40 60 and 48?

**Math**

there are no parentheses in the problem its excatly what you wrote.

**integral calculus**

intergrate the following: a) (y+1)^-1 dy b) (1+1/x) dx I think the answers are: a)ln(y+1) + C b)x + ln (x) + C but I am not to sure about them. Can you please tell me if they are right/wrong and if wrong, show me how to get it/them right....

**Calculus**

The slope of the tangent to the curve (y^3)x+(y^2)x^2=6 at (1.2) is??????????? Is the answer -1/2 or positive, or am i completely off?

**art**

Bosch

**English**

What are four Traits that describe Jane eyre

**English**

Create a bio poem on any character in Jane Eyre It must be in this format or close to it The format is Line1 First name only Line2 4 Traits that describe the character Line3 Son/Daughter of Line4 Lover of (3 things) Line5 Who feels(3) Line6 Who needs(3) Line7 who gives(3) ...

**physical science**

If the absolute pressure of a gas is 550.280 kPa, its gage pressure is A. 101.325 KPa B. 277.280 KPa C. 448.955 KPa D. 651.605 Kpa

**physical science**

If the absolute pressure of a gas is 550.280 kPa, its gage pressure is A. 101.325 KPa B. 277.280 KPa C. 448.955 KPa

**English**

How would you correct this sentence? In many companys everyone, including the President, takes their turn at making coffee.

**Math**

well, the equations make sense and I see no other way of doing so thank you so very much for taking the time to helping me with this math Problem.

**Math**

hmmm, that's weird; I'll tell my teacher about it on Monday because, to me, it sort of makes things confusing, since one would ususally figure you can't exactly have only fractions of a coin... thanks for the info!

**Math**

thanls for the correction :)

**Math**

Solve the following problem taken from Treviso Arithmetic, a math textbook published in 1478 by an unknown Italian author: A man finds a purse with an unknown number of ducats in it. After he spends 1/4, 1/5 and 1/6 of the amount, 9 ducats remain. It is required to find out ...

**math**

never mind.. ^^ i got it. ugggg stupid me...

**math**

what are the 2 greatest consecutive even integers whose sum is less that 180? for the 1st I got x+2 and for the 2nd I got x+4 to get x+2+x+4<180, and solved to get, x<87. Now.. I cant get the answer. biggg problemo. please help.

**economics**

Suppose the domestic demand for coffee is given by the equation Q=100-P, domestic supply by the equation Q=P. THe world price for coffee is $20 per unit. The government decides to impose an import quota limiting imports to 10 units. How much dead weight loss will this generate?

**Math**

Q) 'What are the dimensions of a cylinder that has the same maximum volume as the box (1131.97 cm2), but uses the minimum amount of material to make it?' Here are the notes I have so far: SA=2Pi r^2 + 2 Pi r (1131.97/Pi r^2) Now i need to use derivatives, I don't ...

**Math**

you couldn't show all the working could you? its just that i don't understand how to do them, and can't do them thanks

**Math**

Q) 'What are the dimensions of a cylinder that has the same maximum volume as the box (1131.97 cm2), but uses the minimum amount of material to make it?' Here are the notes I have so far: SA=2Pi r^2 + 2 Pi r (1131.97/Pi r^2) Now i need to use derivatives, I don't ...

**unsramble words**

unscramble gaamed

**social studies**

thanks

**social studies**

I have an assignment to write 3 paragraghs on age of exploration and age of colonization. I cannot find any material on them ,what can i do because when i type in the name it comes up with shopping stuff?

**Math**

ummmm all 1,000 cuz if each opens and closes all 1,000 should be opened

**Cell Biology**

What organelle does Phalloidin stain? I know it stains actin and the cytoskeleton but these are not organelles.

**Science**

How do you figure out velocity? I don't have a very good teacher.

**language**

thanks! =)

**language**

hi, im doing a project for my language class. can anyone please tell me what is the first line on page 3 in the book curious george goes to a chocolate factory? thanks

**Biochemistry**

The following data describe the binding of oxygen to human myoglobin at 37oC. P02 (mm Hg) = 0.5 1 2 3 4 Theta = .161 .277 .434 .535 .605 P02 (mm Hg) = 6 8 12 20 Theta = .697 .754 .821 .885 From these data, estimate: a). P50 b) the fraction saturation of myoglobin at 30 mm, the...

**math**

a) 1/4 b) 25

**accelerated math**

just plug ti into ur calculator (32/4)x(31/4)

**percalculus**

i need like a copy of the ch 2 review for my book

**Mathematics 1**

divide 225 by 5 then that gives u 1/5 witch is how much u need

**Biology**

Has anyone done this experiment before? I need help with the final results. What would happen when I place 2 mL of hydrogen peroxide into 5 test tube, add manganese dioxide powder to the first one, then add sand to the second one, liver to the third one, and ground liver to ...

**biology**

I have another experiment that I am not clear about the results. Any help? Put water, hydrogen proxide, and manganese dioxide powder in test tube, see what happens. Then put sand in the mixture. Results? Then,put liver in it. What happens? Thanks for helping.

**biology**

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**biology**

I have another experiment that I am not clear about the results. Any help? Put water and manganese dioxide powder in test tube, see what happens. Then put sand in the mixture. Results? Then,put liver in it. What happens? Thanks for helping.

**biology**

Thank you very much. I have tried it, and wanted to know if others had gotten the same results.

**biology**

What will happen when you mix saliva, water, gelatin? Then, mix starch, water, iodine?

**Lincoln School**

what is a polygon?

**science**

i have to do a homework assignment on how the earths orbit and tilt are causing global warming and i cant find anything but greenhouse effect please help. i gotta turn this in tomarrow

**math**

what is 8.9 times 3.87

**Chemistry**

Thanks christina, for all your help. Also, in case you check, 12.6 / 14.26 = 88%.

**Chemistry**

0.0626(1 / 1) = 0.0626, then 0.0626(1 / 227.78) = 0.00027 is the theoretical yield? (227.78 is the molec weight?)

**Chemistry**

And the limiting reactant is CuSO4 since I have enough NH3?

**Chemistry**

So 0.0626(4 / 1) = 0.2504 mole NH3 and 1.76(1 / 4) = 0.44 mole of CuSO4?

**Chemistry**

And the limiting reactant is CuSO4?

**Chemistry**

So I have 10/159.62 = 0.062 moles, and 30/17.034 = 1.761 moles?

**Chemistry**

Ok, well, I have 1 mole of CuSO4 and 4 moles of NH3, correct?

**Chemistry**

Uh, christina, you just told me how to find the limiting reactant, not the theoretical yield.

**Chemistry**

Ok, I will. Also, could someone tell me how to find the theoretical yield, since I'm apparently doing it wrong for some reason.

**Chemistry**

Ok. For the theoretical yield I added up the atomic masses for CuSO4 + 4 NH3. Cu (12.01) + S(32.07) + O4(64.00) + (NH3(17.04) * 4 = 68.16) = 176.24. Am I finding the theoretical yield the wrong way?

**Chemistry**

I have a problem that has been driving me crazy trying to solve, and I was wondering if someone could help. The problem is this: "Given the reaction: CuSO4 + 4 NH3 ----> Cu(NH3)4SO4, if 10 grams of CuSO4 reacts with 30 grams of NH3, what is the theoretical yield of Cu(...

**Chemistry**

What I mean to say is I add up the atomic masses of CuSO4 + 4 NH3 and get the theoretical yield of 176.24. Or am I finding it wrong?

**Chemistry**

I add up the atomic masses and get the theoretical yield, it's finding the limiting reactant that is getting to me.

**Chemistry**

I have a problem that has been driving me crazy trying to solve, and I was wondering if someone could help. The problem is this: "Given the reaction: CuSO4 + 4 NH3 ----> Cu(NH3)4SO4, if 10 grams of CuSO4 reacts with 30 grams of NH3, what is the theoretical yield of Cu(...

**Geometry**

u tell me I need help myself

**Math**

how many centimeters is in a meter

**Calculus - Hydrostatic Pressure**

Hmm. . . Let me think about this one.

**economy**

total cost is equal to what? It would be easy to read your brief question out of context. So, a brief answer to your brief question: Generally speaking, total cost is the sum of fixed costs and variable costs. Do you have a specific problem you are trying to solve?

**science**

Im confused on what the carbon cycle is. can I get a somewhat in depth definition? http://images.google.com/images?q=carbon+cycle&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&um=1&sa=X&oi=images&ct=title http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/carbon/efcarbon.html http://users.rcn.com/jkimball.ma.ultranet/...

**Math**

2/3 4/10/ 3/12

**Physics- really fun!**

who cares

**chemistry**

[HNO2] = .0410 M [NaNO2] = .0250 mol / .250 L = .100 M [H+] = Ka x [HA (weak acid)] / [A- (conj. base)] Ka = 6.0 x 10^-4 (a given constant) [H+] = (6.0 x 10^-4) x [.041]/[.100] = 2.5 x 10^-4 M. pH = -Log[H+] -- pH = -log[2.5 x 10^-4] pH = 3.61

**Math**

I need to make one graph showing changes in population for deer and wolves. I'm stuck because the deer scale would go by 500's. but the wolves are very small and would go by 2's! I have no idea how i can make my y-axis of my graph! any ideas? Two options really. 1...

**sciencie**

hey i have a question what are the two requirements of mater and can matter exist at 0 kelvin Didn't I answer this before? What do you mean by requirements? like what does it need like mass volume like what does it need like mass volume like what does it need like mass volume

**sciencie**

hey i have a question what are the two requirements of mater and can matter exist at 0 kelvin yes, matter exists at 0 K, it's just really cold.