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science
what r some good websites to look up river streams ponds lakes wetlands marsh and swaps plants and animals
March 23, 2011

math
try (20*4)+(20*3)
March 23, 2011

chemistry
will the pH be 11.20
March 22, 2011

chemistry
Can you give the steps for working this?
March 22, 2011

chemistry
a 275mL sample of vapor in equilibrium with 1-propylamine at 25C is removed and dissolved in 0.500L of H20. For 1-propalamine, Kb=3.72*10^-4 and the vapor pressure at 25C is 215 torr. (a)What should be the pH of the aqueous solution? (b) How many mg of NaOH dissolved in 0....
March 22, 2011

essay
What are some suggestion regarding should the driving age be raised to 18?
March 15, 2011

Physics
A certain piece of wire has a resistance of 250 ohms. if the wire is cut in three pieces and the cross sectional area of each piece is halved, what is the resistance of each piece?
March 8, 2011

geometry
Quadrilateral QRST has two pairs of congruent sides, but it is not a parallelogram. What figure is it? What further condition would it have to satisfy to be a parallelogram? A. The figure is a square. To be a parallelogram, it would have to have pairs of opposite congruent ...
March 6, 2011

geometry
Can you prove ABCD is a parallelogram based on the given information? Explain. Given: x = 5, y = 4 Prove: ABCD is a parallelogram. A. The figure is a square. To be a parallelogram, it would have to have pairs of opposite congruent sides, not just congruent sides. B. The figure...
March 6, 2011

calculus
How do I find the x values at which the tangents to the graphs f(x)=2x^2 and g(x)=x^3 have the same slope?
March 5, 2011

Chem- PLZ HELP!
Ok that looks wrong. 100g should be under solution for the mass, 18.02g/mol for the solvent of H2O and 85g/mol for the solute of NaNO3. I have to find mass of solute and solvent and the moles of solute and solvent. Pls help anyone!
March 3, 2011

Chem- PLZ HELP!
Consider 100g of 5.5% (mass) solution of NaNO3. Complete the following table, before calculating molarity, molality and mole fraction of NaNO3. Solute(NaNO3)|Solvent(H2O|Soln Mass(g) 100g Moles ---- RefInfo 85g/mol 18.02g/mol Density=1.00g/mol (This goes under "soln"...
March 3, 2011

english
what are some Controversia topics in regards to what is happening in the news currently?
March 3, 2011

SCience
Would you want someone looking through CLEAR GLASS at you? I think not. . .
March 2, 2011

Saint Louis University
He probably misread it to be "your school"
March 2, 2011

World History
I actually have a fairly good paragraph for the cultural aspect, but I'm not so sure where I should start for it economically. . . .
March 2, 2011

World History
How did a newfound sense of commercialism aid in the development of Europe as global power culturally and economically during the modern period?
March 2, 2011

chemistry
2.) Substances A, B, and C can all act as oxidizing agents. In solution, A is green, B is red, and C is yellow. In the reactions in which they participate, they are reduced to A-, B-, and C- ions respectively, all of which are colorless. When a solution of A is mixed with one ...
March 2, 2011

chemistry
2.) Substances A, B, and C can all act as oxidizing agents. In solution, A is green, B is red, and C is yellow. In the reactions in which they participate, they are reduced to A-, B-, and C- ions respectively, all of which are colorless. When a solution of A is mixed with one ...
March 2, 2011

calculus
The antiderivative of arctan(4t)dt by integration of parts.
February 28, 2011

physics
342m/s
February 26, 2011

english
What are some product that are essential to your quality of life besides cell phones and ipod
February 24, 2011

chemistry
The specific heat of the dilute NaCl solution formed during the neutralization of the HCl is about 2% less than the 4.184 J/k g assumed in the calculation for the molar heat of neutralization of the acid. How will this affect your final result for the heat of neutralization?
February 23, 2011

geometry
Width of label=height of can=8 cm Length of label=circumference of can=2*pi*radius or pi*diameter. Circumference=7*pi, this is the length of the label also.
February 21, 2011

Advertising-HELP
How about the KY ads? They're a little much.
February 21, 2011

Physics
A 20.0 g marble sliding to the right at 58.8 cm/s overtakes and collides elastically with a 10.0 g marble moving in the same direction at 14.7 cm/s. After the collision, the 10.0 g marble moves to the right at 73.5 cm/s. Find the velocity of the 20.0 g marble after the collision.
February 17, 2011

chemistry
The molar heat of solution of a substance is found to be +35.34 kJ/mol. The addition of 0.20 moles of this substance to 1.5 L water initially at 55. °C results in a temperature decrease. Assume the specific heat of the resulting solution to be equal to that of pure water. ...
February 16, 2011

math
This requires trig. The sine of an angle is the (opposite side)/(the hypotenuse.) So sin(38) = 36/x. x = 36/sin(38) You can type that in your calculator. Make sure your calculator is in degree mode.
February 16, 2011

chemistry
2.) A 48 g sample of water at 75 °C is mixed with 32 g water at 18 °C. Find the temperature of the mixture.
February 16, 2011

Survey of Math 140
sorry. you could try changing the 80 to 79 in the first part. I was debating with myself, which one to use.
February 16, 2011

Survey of Math 140
First calculate the number of days between March 8 and May 26. 24 days in March, 30 days in April, and 26 days in May. Add those together=80 days. 4000(1+.10)^(80/365)= 4084.44. This is how much you owe on May 26, before the $1300 payment. Then subtract 4084.44-1300. This is ...
February 16, 2011

Math
You may want to look up "unit circle" on google. There's an excellent picture with all the angles and their measures labeled.
February 16, 2011

Math
When you draw the angle in standard position, the ray will be in the second quadrant. Draw a line segment from the end of the ray down to the x-axis to make a triangle. The reference angle is pi/3. Along the horizontal part of the triangle write -1/2. Along the vertical part ...
February 16, 2011

Math
-1/2
February 16, 2011

Math
The reference angle for 8pi/3 is pi/3. 8pi/3 = 6pi/3 + 2pi/3 = 2pi+2pi/3 2pi/3 is in the second quadrant, where cosine is negative and cos(pi/3)=1/2 So the cos(8pi/3)= -cos(pi/3) = -1/2
February 16, 2011

Math
use the product rule: (first times der of second) + (second times der of first)
February 16, 2011

math
3*3+3=12
February 16, 2011

algebra
what's the question asking?
February 16, 2011

Algebra II-Please check my solution
You're right. I'm sorry. When I saw the missed step, I stopped looking at the rest of the work. You are correct.
February 16, 2011

Algebra II-Please check my solution
you're on the right track but when you tried to subtract the 2 eq you only subtracted the first term, but left the others' signs the same. It should look like this: 4x+6y=4 -4x+2y=28 now add the two eq together and redo the work you did before. if you have more ...
February 16, 2011

Math
The ground would be a height of zero. So set your equation equal to zero and solve. 0=-9.8t^2-10t+330 If you need more help, respond to this post.
February 16, 2011

Math
you can think of opposite as diagonally in this situation
February 15, 2011

Math
Opposite angle of a parallelogram are equal. Consecutive angles are supplementary. W must be opposite Y so it equals 65. Remember that supplementary angles means they add up to 180. You can figure out X and Z.
February 15, 2011

math- check me
no. First multiply both sides by 5y, giving you -3=-45y, then divide by -45 -3/-45 = y this reduces to 1/15
February 15, 2011

6th grade math
The only figure similar to a square is another square. If the side of the square is 5cm, then the area is length times width, which would be 5 * 5 since all sides of a square are equal. So what's 5 * 5?? And don't forget to write cm squared after.
February 15, 2011

algebra 2
First add 15 to both sides to get all terms on one side of the equal side and a zero on the other: a^2-8a+15=0 Then set up your parentheses. ( )( )=0 Now ask yourself, what two things multiplied together = a^2? a*a So put one of each in the first place in the parentheses. (a...
February 15, 2011

alg readiness
A mixed number looks something like 3 1/2, read "3 and one half." Writing that as addition would be 3 + 1/2. To write it as a single fraction, you need to change it into an improper fraction by multiplying the denominator (2) by the whole number (3) and then adding ...
February 15, 2011

Math
Not necessarily. Only if it's a rectangle. But a rectangle is a more specific parallelogram.
February 15, 2011

algebra
Try using parentheses and the / sign for division when you type your question. I can't really understand what's going on here.
February 15, 2011

algebra
I would imagine it would read the average of the two weights: (60+43)/2 = 103/2=51.5 pounds.
February 15, 2011

math
If you received a $10 reward, then you spent between $50 and $99.99 If you received a $20 reward, then you could have spent $100, $125, or $149.99. If your purchase is $98, then you'd be better off spending $2 more, so that you'll get another $10 gift card. That would ...
February 15, 2011

Math Correct?
Yes. Since all the angles of a square are 90 degrees, two of them will always add to 180 degrees, which is the definition of supplementary.
February 15, 2011

alg
Sorry, silly error... 5y=25 y=5 (1,5)
February 15, 2011

alg
(9x+5y)=34 (8x-2y)=-2 You need to eliminate a variable so first pick either x or y to eliminate. I'll choose y. To eliminate y from the equations, you need to multiply by numbers that will give you zero y when you add the equations together: 2(9x+5y)=34*2 5(8x-2y)=-2*5 18x...
February 15, 2011

math
out=-25+25=0
February 15, 2011

college psychology
it effects the temporal lobe of the cerebral cortex
February 15, 2011

college psychology
What areas of the brain are affected and how are they affected with sleep deprivation?
February 15, 2011

algebra
Well, what I wrote would be considered the appropriate work shown.
February 15, 2011

algebra
You really should write a linear equation: You're right on calculating the rate. It is 4. You can also call that the slope of the line. In y=mx+b form, y=4x+b Since you started at 11 in 2006, 11 is your y-intercept (b) y=4x+11 Again, since you started at 2006, 2011 is 5 ...
February 15, 2011

algebra
What exactly is the question? If you have to solve the inequality, then you would subtract 2.2 from both sides, leaving you with: x<2.3
February 15, 2011

Calculus
The Product Rule is: (First*Derivative of Second)+(Second*Derivative of First) In your case: First is (x^3-2x) and Second is (5x^2+2x) Try that and write back if you're still having trouble.
February 15, 2011

Pre-Algebra
Yes they are all correct.
February 15, 2011

geometry
Ratios are usually good to set up like this: 4x+7x+5x=64 in this case. 4x = the shortest side, 7x = the longest side, and 5x = the middle side. Then solve for x. 16x+64 x=4 Then plug 4 back in for x to see what the individual side lengths are. 4*4=16 for the shortest side.
February 15, 2011

algebra
Substitute 2 in the inequality and see if the sentence is true. 4(2)+8<12 8+8<12 16<12 False, so 2 is not a solution. Do it again with 0 and see what happens. If need more help write back.
February 15, 2011

Discrete Math
Domain is correct. Range is all real numbers except 5. Since 1/(1+x) can never be 0, the equation will never be 5. Write back if you still have questions.
February 15, 2011

math
This question does not make sense, given that 2/5 + 3/4 = more than 1. Is there more information to this question?
February 14, 2011

math
Let x = number of gallons of %5 milk 0.05x + 0.01(100) = 0.02(x+100) 0.05x + 1 = 0.02(x+100) 0.05x + 1 = 0.02x + 2 0.03x = 1 x = 33 and 1/3 Write back if you need more explanation
February 14, 2011

8th Grade Algebra
In a standard deck there are 13 hearts and 4 aces. However one the hearts is an ace. So we're talking 13+4=17 cards, but then subtract one (16) for the ace of hearts that would be repeated if counting the hearts and aces separately. So 16/52 is the probability. This can be...
February 14, 2011

math
A=P(1+r)^t A=amount of money at end P=amount of money to start r=interest rate as a decimal t=number of years 20000=P(1+.05)^5 20000=P(1.05^5) 20000/(1.05^5)=P $15670.52=P
February 14, 2011

8th grade Algebra
(5/100)*(5/100)=25/10000=0.0025 or .25%
February 14, 2011

math
The center of the rectangle is equidistant from each vertex. If you make the center of your circle the center of the rectangle, then the four vertices of the rectangle will be equidistant from the center of the circle as well, making each distance from the vertex of the ...
February 14, 2011

math
Substitute -12 in for x in the above equation and solve for y. 6y+5(-12)=15 6y-60=15 simplifying 6y=75 adding 60 to both sides y=12.5 dividing both side by 6. k=12.5
February 14, 2011

Math
A circular tablecloth is draped over a rectangular table so that the center of the cloth is directly above the center of the table. The table is 6 X(times) 2sqrt(3)feet, and the cloth has a radius of 2 feet. What is the area of the portion of the tablecloth covered by the cloth?
February 14, 2011

Chemistry
A buffer solution of pH=9.24 can be prepared by dissolving ammonia and ammonium chloride in water. How many moles of ammonium chloride must be added to 1.0 L of .50 M ammonia to prepare the buffer?
February 13, 2011

Chemistry
What is the [S^-2] in a saturated solution (.1 M) of H2S, in which the pH had been adjusted to 5.00 by the addition of NaOH? For H2S, Ka1= 1.1X10^-7 and Ka2=1.0X10^-14
February 13, 2011

Chemistry
if u add if you add 2.0 ml of 10.0 M HCl to 500 ml of a .10 M NH3, what is the pH of the resulting solution? for NH3, kb=1.8X10^-5
February 13, 2011

ap chem
.004
February 13, 2011

Chemisrty
what is the molality of a 0.075m of ethyl alcohol in water at 25 degrees celcius. Assume the density of the solution at such low concentration is equal to that of water at 25 degrees celcius, 0.997g/ml
February 13, 2011

Math
f(x)=-x
February 13, 2011

business
Research the VISA website. After reviewing of all the documents you can find on the web and in libraries, write a 3-page response to the following questions
February 13, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Thanks. I made a really stupid error. You've been very helpful in answering my calc questions. I really appreciate it.
February 13, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Find the limit as x->0 of (2-2cos(x))/(sin(5x)) Mathematically I got 2/5, but on the graph it appears to be 0.
February 13, 2011

math
is that 9 times q times t times 9 times p times t?
February 13, 2011

math
i dont get scale draings how do you work it out?
February 13, 2011

Minds at work
A person that has a sevre overreation to an intense emotion might be experiencing a a. galvanic skin response b. sympathetic rebound c. suppressed emotion d. parasympathetic rebound if you relearn a song that you heard as a child, your savings score for relearning the song ...
February 11, 2011

Teacher's Aide: Helping Abused Children
I don't mean to be mean on this end but that is a very rude thing to ask anyone. 1st off i'm newly married, 6 months pregnant, and this is not the only thing that i'm going to school for. i actually have a 91% in my class and this is the only test that i've had...
February 11, 2011

Teacher's Aide: Helping Abused Children
i for got to post my answers: 1) B 2) D 3) A 4) A 5) C 6) B 7) D 8) A 9) C 10)C
February 11, 2011

Teacher's Aide: Helping Abused Children
1. The Stubborn Child Law enacted by Massachusetts in 1646 permitted parents to A. use corporal punishment when children disobeyed them. B. keep children out of school if they were needed for family work purposes. C. institutionalize a child born with a physical or mental ...
February 11, 2011

algebra
Let x = the salary of the husband. So Lien earned x+1700. Lien's salary + her husband's = 42100 x + 1700 + x = 42100 2x + 1700 = 42100 2x = 40400 x = 20200 Lien's husband earned $20200, and Lien earned 1700 + 20200 = $23900.
February 10, 2011

Math
What are the directions? It's not clear what to do.
February 10, 2011

calculus
Set the denominator equal to zero and solve for x. 3x-14 = 0 3x=14 x=14/3 This is the x-coordinate of the vertical asymptote.
February 10, 2011

math 5th grade
First I would choose a number divisible by 9 to use as an example. I chose 81. If 8/9 of the customers ordered coffee, that's 8/9*81 = 72 customers. If reg coffee was ordered three times as much as flavored, then you want to set it up like this: 3x + x = 72 4x = 72 x = 18 ...
February 10, 2011

Math
It depends a little on what math class you're in how they want you to solve this. But basically, this function is a parabola and you need to find the vertex. x=-b/(2a), where a=-0.5, and b=12 x=-12/(2*-0.5)=12, this is the x coordinate of the vertex and also the number of ...
February 10, 2011

math
First subtract 45-27 = 18 Then subtract 5-8 = -3. Next multiply 3 by -3 = -9 then divide 18 by -9 = -2 finally, the absolute value of -2 = 2.
February 9, 2011

Repost- Calculus; someone please help
Yes it is the right equation. Good job!
February 9, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Here's what's weird: I graphed the equation and from the left the function approaches 1 as x approaches zero, and from the right it approaches e^3. Doesn't that mean the limit does not exist? The question, however, is multiple choice, with choices of infinity, 0, 3...
February 9, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Thank you so much! I didn't think to remove the 6x. So helpful, thank you!!
February 9, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Using l'hopital's rule, find the limit as x approaches zero of (e^(6/x)-6x)^(X/2) I know l'hopital's rule, but this is seeming to be nightmare. I just don't seem to get anywhere. I mistyped the first time I posted this question.
February 9, 2011

advanced funtions
Similarities: Domain and Range the same. Same end behavior, you could say "as x approaches infinity or negative infinity". Differences: They don't have the same reflection characteristics because an x^4 function can have non-symmetrical bumps in it. They're ...
February 9, 2011

calculus, limits, l'hopital
Using l'hopital's rule, find the limit as x approaches infinity of (e^(6/x)-6x)^(X/2) I know l'hopital's rule, but this is seeming to be nightmare. I just don't seem to get anywhere.
February 9, 2011

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