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July 28, 2014

Posts by lena


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English
There's this one term that means that a person has seen something in the future.

Psychiatrist
Thanks :)

Psychiatrist
Basically, I read a book and I have to write a psychiatric report on the main character of the novel. I have to explain the personality of the character, make reference to certain events in the novel,how the character deals with problems and give a professional opinion of how ...

Psychiatrist
I'd doing a school project in which I have to write a psychiatrist report. I'm not too sure how to write one. Could someone provide me some subtitles that I could follow or perhaps a link. Thanks :)

To Lena - re English
Thank you sooooooo much :)

English
Thank you sooooo much! Is my transition sentance ok?

English
It's not their deaths though. They don't exactly die. They receive the death penalty but they survive. Would demise still be good?

English
All humans have weaknesses, which vary from person to person. However, regardless of the type of weakness a person possesses, it will eventually be used against the instigator. In the play, In The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare and Oh Brother Where Art Thou? by Etha...

English
and for downfall would I just use a synonom?

English
Thank you so much. I was thinking about how to start to 1st body paragraph and I was thinking to start it as;" The first unhealable wound which is present in both heroes, Antonio and Ulysses, is the love for another person. "

English
All humans have weaknesses, which vary from person to person. However, regardless of the type of weakness a person possesses, that weakness will eventually be used against the instigator. In the play, In The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare and Oh Brother Where Art Th...

English
All humans have weaknesses, which vary from person to person. However, regardless of the type of weakness a person possesses, that weakness ultimately brings forth the instigator’s downfall. In the play, The Merchant of Venice, by William Shakespeare, as well as the film,...

English
" the heroes' unthinking love for other people clearly displays gullibility and vanity that eventually brings forth their downfalls. " For my essay I am talking about three unhealable wounds; love, gulibilty, and vanity. Would that sentance still work?

English
All humans have weaknesses and those weaknesses differentiate from person to person. However, regardless of the type of weakness a person possesses, that weakness ultimately brings forth that instigator’s downfall. The same can be applied to the journey of a hero. The pla...

English
My thesis is that the unhealable wound inevitabily brings forth the hero's downfall.Should I post my whole introductory paragraph?

English
My teacher said I need a transition sentance from my introductory paragraph to my body paragraph. I'm not too sure how to do that exactly. My last sentance of my introductory paragraph is; "The play, The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare as well as the film, O...

English
Thankyou :D

English
What would I call someone who easily trusts people? I need to say that the fact that this person trusts people too easily, brings forth his downfall but I need to say it formally I suppose. Thanks :)(p.s I am putting this as one of my points so it is in between two commas so i...

CSS
How would I upload an image from photobucket to a website using css? I would also like it centered, top of page, like a banner. Thanks :)

General Knowledge
Thanks so much :)

General Knowledge
What is a Narwhal's horn made out of?

Math
If I had something like: 2x^2 + y^2 couldn I factor it into x^2 (x^2 + y^2)

Physics
Im talking about the friction between a golf club and the air as the golf club is swinging towards the ball. how does the mass of the club, the velocity of the swing and the acceleration affect the friction acting on the club and how much will it slow down?

Science
You have the most potential energy at the top of a hill. Where would you have the most kinetic energy? - I was thinking right before you stop rolling down the hill

Science
We're learning about energy conservation and I need to realte it to a rollar coaster. I said that the rollar coaster has the highest gpe at the higest height but how would I relate that to energy conseveration?

English
I am writing a comparative essay and I am creating my introductory paragraph. Should I start it with my thesis?

English
:O thanks

English
I need a more formal word or phrase for saying "beat up." My sentance is something like 'he beat him up' but i`m writing a formal piece so I need to substitute the phrase for something more formal. Any ideas?

Friction
A 200kg crate us pushed horizontally with a force of 700 N. If the coefficient of friction is 0.20, calculate the acceleratio of the crate. I tried doing this but I don't seem to be getting the right answer. m = 200 kg f(app)= 700 N U = 0.20 Ff = (0.20)(200)(-9.81) =-392.4...

Physics
Two steel blocks are at rest on a frictionless horizontal surface. Block X has a mas of 3.0 kg ans is attacthed by means of a light taut string to block Y that has a mass of 12 kg. A force of 45 N (E) is applied to block x. Calculate the force block Y exerts on block x. I don&...

Physics
As a traffic light turns green, a waiting car starts with a constant acceleration of 6.0 m/s^2.At the instant the car begins to accelerate, a truck with a constant velcoity of 21 m/s pass in the next lane. (a) How far will the car travel before it overtakes the truck? (b) How ...

Physics
A blue car moving at constant speed of 10m/s passes a polic car that is at rest. The police car accelerates from rest at 4m/s^2 for 3.0 seconds and then maintains a constant speed. The blue car maintains constant speed for the entire 12 seconds. When does the police car pass t...

Physics
oh ok thanks :)

Physics
You are driving 2500 Kg car at a constant speed of 14 m/s along an icy, but stright and lvel road. While approaching a traffic light, it turns red. You slam on the brakes. You wheels lock, the tires begin skidding and the car slides to a halt in a distance of 25 m. What is the...

Physics
once I find the force acting on the car the frictional force would just be the negetive of that?

Physics
The average rate of acceleration for a breaking car was -12.2m/s2. If the car had a mass of 925 kg, find the frictional force and direction. a = -12.2m/s2 m = 925 kg Fn = 9074.25 N This is what I've figured out. I don't know how to find the coefficient of friction. If ...

Physics
Oh ok. Thanks :)

Physics
You pushed a 1 kg box on floor where= 0.3. If the force you applied was 5 N, will the box move? m = 1kg u= 0.3 Fapp= 5 N Ff= (0.3)(1) (9.81) Ff = 2.943 N So therefore the box would move because the frictional force is less than the applied force. Did I answer this correctly?

PHYSICS
Thanks Drwls & Carlie :)

PHYSICS
to find the frictional force you would take the coefficient x the weight?

PHYSICS
Whats the difference between the formulas for kinetic and static friction. Kinetic: Ff= ukFn Static: Ff= usFn Are the 'f' and the 'n' the mass of the object? Are the 'k' and the 's' just the

Chem
I have a question about maximum energy and maximum entropy. How would you know whether the tendency towards maximum energy favours to reactants or the products. Secondly, how would you know whether the tendency towards maximum entropy favours the reactants or products?

Functions
The function is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 The function is compressed horizontally by a factor of 1/3 The graph is reflected into the x-axis The graph translates 2 units to the left The graph translates downwards 5 units IS THAT CORRECT?

Functions
The function y = x becomes y= -2(3x+2)-5. Describe the order in which the transformations would take place. 1. The function is stretched vertically by a factor of 2 2. The function is compressed horizontally by a factor of 1/3 3. The graph is reflected into the x-axis 4. The g...

functions
suppose I started with the graph y=x^2 if I were to stretch it by 0.8 would I right the equations as (0.8x)^2 or as 0.8x^2

ENEGRY COSTS
I need to know how much it would cost to build the following plants (as in factories): Solar energy plant Biomass plant Geothermal energy plant Wind energy plant nuclear Energy plant

chem
NaOH + HCl ------> NaCl + HOH I need to figure out the quantity of heat in this reaction. The volume of the solution is 150 mL (NaCl + HOH). The inital temperature is 26 degrees celcius and the final temperature is 23 degrees celcius. That's all I know. How would I go a...

Chem
How would I find the molar enpalthy of this reaction?

Chem
NaOH + HCl ---> NaCl + H2O is that what would happen?

Chem
how would I calculate the molar enthalpy for NaOH in KJ/mol

Chem
Thankyou :)

Chem
NaOH (s) + H2O (l) -----> NaOH (aq) I`m having a hard time balancing this. Can you even balance this?

Chem
Thankyou :)

Chem
Thank you :) but I was asking what the reaction would produce

Chem
NaOH +H2O -> ? would it just be NaOH (aq)

Physics
How does mass affect the motion of objects falling freely under the influence of gravity?

Physics
I dropped 3 different objects and they all had the same acceleration

Physics
It can be said that acceleration is not affected by the mass of the object however velocity is. If you increase the distance at which objects with the same mass are dropped, then velocity is increased. If you drop objects with different masses, the object with the greater mass...

Physics
thanks :)

Physics
I`m trying to find acceleration and I've been given distance and velocity. How would I find acceleration? (distance is distance from the ground; a ball was dropped from a certain height and that is what distance stands for)

Physics
I`m trying to find acceleration and I've been given distance and velocity. How would I find acceleration? (distance is distance from the ground; a ball was dropped from a certain height and that is what distance stands for)

Physics
So if I dropped the same ball twice at different heights suppose 1m and 500m the ball that was dropped at 500m would have a lower acceleratino but greater velocity?

Physics
Why is acceleration the same for all free-falling objects regardless of mass and distance? Please don't say according to this formula or something. could you please actually explain the theroy behind it.

Physics
How does mass effect a free falling object? I was thinking that if the mass is greater then object would have a higher acceleration because due to it's weight it would have less drag on it from the air. Something of that sort. Could someone else this to me please.

Physics
I dropped an object from a certain height and gravity was acting on it. What type of motion is that and how do I know this?

Chem
What would have a lower boiling point: alkanes or alkynes? Why?

Chemistry
I did a ester lab not too long ago I was wondering why we submerged the ester in cold water before we started to waft the smell towards us.

Chem
Thank you :)

Chem
I did an experiment for creating an ester. So basically I added an acid to an alcohol. We were to also add H2SO4 solution. Why did we add that?

The Word Hate
I never thought if it that way. That's certainly something to think about. Thanks a lot :)

The Word Hate
Thanks :)

The Word Hate
Thanks :)

The Word Hate
Let us assume that hate is the most strongest human emotion. Why is it so? (more of an opinion question)

Math
Thanks :D

Math
y = a(x - h)2(sqaured) + k Where would I put a number in order to stretch or compress the graph vertically in the equation above? And what does the a represent?

chem
how would I do the elimination reaction of 2-chloropentane. When I figured it out I got the products as being 1-pentene and hydrogen chloride. Is this correct?

chem
Thank you soo much :) and I`ll keep in mind what you said about fluroine.

chem
for the equation: propane + bromine how do I know on which carbon the Br would attatch itself to.

chem
Thanks so much :)

chem
Why is it C7H8? Dosen't every C in benzene, with the exception of the C attacthed to the methyl group, have 2 hydrogens attactches to it since C needs to make 4 bonds?

chem
How would I balance the equation then. I`ve tried several times but it's not working out.

chem
methyl benzene + oxygen is this just a combustion reactions so CO2 and H2O are produced?

Markovnikov's Rule
What if both carbon's have the same number of hydrogens, then which carbon gets "richer" in hydrogens?

chem
OK, thanks DrBob :)

chem
I have a question that say 2-butyne reacts with hydrogen and butane is the product. Wouldn't 2-butene be the product because there are only 2 hydrogens and therefore they can only break one bond not 2.

chem
oh ok, thanks :)

chem
so chloroethane and HCL?

chem
if I had ethane reacting with chlorine would the chlorine remove two hydrogens and form dicholorethane?

chem
Oh, I see it now. Thanks so much :)

chem
For methyl-2-butene how do I know what the methyl group is coming off of?

chem
yes that's where it would go then. Is the C making too many bonds because I count 5? Should I get rid of the hydrogen?

chem
CH3 - CH2 - CH (which has a Br and ethyl group off of it) - CH2 - CH3 - so basically the Br and CH2CH3 shift over to the CH

chem
.............Br .............| CH3 - CH2 - CH - CH2 -CH3 .............| ..........CH2CH3 This is what I meant to draw. The Br and ethyl group just shifted over after I clicked post answer. So would this be 3-bromo-3-ethylpentane

chem
I meant 3-bromo-3-ethylpentane The bromine and ethyl group are off the third (CH) not the first (CH3)

chem
Br | CH3 - CH2 - CH - CH - CH2 -CH3 | CH2CH3 How would I name the structure above? Would it be 3-bromo-3-methylpentane?

English
I need a word to describe children in the sense that they are pure. Pure as in they don't hate, they don't judge people based on colour or race. It has to be a very powerful word. My sentance was going something like: Children as a reflection of ____________.

English
Thankyou :)

English
I need a word for the following description: when children come into the world they`re vulnerable to like racism and sexist people and like all those things we are trying to prevent. What would you call those things (racism, sexism ect.)? One word

Hearing Aids ; Physics
Thanks :)

Hearing Aids ; Physics
I`ve looked at a lot of websites regarding how a hearing aid work but none of them told how the sound waves were involved in depth. Like what happens to the sound waves in the microphone, amplifier and speaker. Could someone explain this to me.

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