Wednesday

July 23, 2014

July 23, 2014

Total # Posts: 179

**physics**

A 2.40 kg firecracker explodes into two pieces and produces 170 J of heat, light, and sound energy. One of the pieces has a mass of 0.800 kg and a speed of 4.50 m/s after the explosion. If the mass of the other piece is 1.20 kg, what is its speed after the explosion?

**Math**

would it be negative 17?

**Math**

Write an integer that is represented by the bold words in the following sentence. The temperature dropped 17 degrees between noon and midnight.

**functions**

What is the rule for input 0 output -1

**Math**

An investment was worth $1000. By the end of 2010 the investment had lost 30%. What percent must the investment grow by in 2011 to be worth $1000 by the end of 2011? Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a percent.

**Math**

7.99 meters or 8.01 meters

**History**

What would Jackie Robinson (might) accomplish as president of USA

**Physics**

Yep, 8*10*-6 is the answer. A square loop of wire of side L with total resistance R moves at constant speed v into a region of uniform magnetic field B pointing perpendicular to the plane of the loop. What is the average current that is induced. Iave=BL^2/R is that the answer???

**english**

2. Tecumseh's "Let the white race perish" speech is A. a logical list of reasons why the whites should be resisted. B. a satire on the white race and its traditions. C. a plea to the people's reason. D. an appeal to the emotions of his listeners.

**COMM100**

Which of the following would be an appropriate way to use the DECIDE tool in response to research suggesting that there are differences between the way men and women communicate?

**Math**

The number N of state and federal inmates in millions during year x, where x>2002 can be approximated by the following formula N=0.04x-79.02

**Physics **

A race car starts from rest in the pit area and accelerates at a uniform rate to a speed of 35 m/s in 11s, moving on a circular track of radius 500 m. Determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net force excreted on the car(by the ground) when it's speed is...

**Physics 1**

I'm sorry when it's speed is 15 m/s. doesn't say uniform

**Physics 1**

(I) determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net force excreted on the car(by the ground) when it accelerates at a uniform speed of 15 m/s in 11 s, moving on a circular track of radius 500m. The cars mass is 1100kg.

**Physics 1**

(I) determine the tangential and centripetal components of the net force excreted on the car(by the ground) when it accelerates at a uniform speed of 15 m/s in 11 s, moving on a circular track of radius 500m. The cars mass is 1100kg.

**Math/ Calculus Help1**

Supplies are dropped from a stationary (not moving up or down) helicopter and, after some amount of time, land on the ground with a velocity of -160 feet per second. Assumptions: Start time at t = 0 and ignore air resistance. Recall that the height function is given by y(t)= y...

**CHEM**

Yes, I can use the Ka of HClO. (hypochlorite ion from hypochlorous) HClO is a weak acid with a Ka of 2.9*10-8 The pKa = 7.54 (-log of the Ka) Since the concentration ratio is equal to 1 and the log of 1 is zero, the pH would equal the pKa. Please verify

**CHEM **

How can I calculate a pH of hypochlorite buffer into LiCLO with only initial concentrations and no Ka value? [CLO-]=.1M [LiCLO]=.1M

**math**

what would 1.25 be as a fraction?

**math**

can you divide a fraction into another fraction?

**English paper 3**

Write a dialogue in wich you convince your teacher that you are too sick to participate in sports for thed day

**English paper 3**

An discursive essay of this topic , both parrents should assume equal responsibility in raising a child,agree or dis agree

**Sciience**

Do you know what is qualitative data?Please help me

**Math help please!!**

Given: angle A is 20˚, b = 50 cm, for what possible range of lengths of side “a” would triangle ABC have two possible solutions (approximate to 2 decimal places)?

**MATH HELP!!!**

Given: A is 20˚, b = 50 cm, for what possible range of lengths of side “a” would ABC have two possible solutions (approximate to 2 decimal places)?

**chemistry**

Is 39.2 in KJ/mol? please help

**science**

please drwls, what is the answer of a and b

**chemistry**

50 g Si doped with 27g Sb

**Chemistry**

1KJ/mol=1.03*10^-2EV please somebody tell about b

**Chemistry**

somebody please tell the answer of b. I tried with all equation. D=D0e^-Ea/RT Created Eq.1 for 35+273K and Eq.2 for 45+273k i got Ea 1.55*10^4J/mol even after conversion with j/mol to EV not getting green check 1KJ/mol=1.03*10^-2 if some body got green check please suggest me.

**Chemistry**

what would be answer of b. would it be 45

**Chemistry**

someone please help regarding answer of a and b. 18 is not showing green check

**Chemistry**

rufus, please what is answer

**Chemistry**

chacho,could you please explain the answer when de broglie wavelength 0.468*10^-10m.

**chemistry**

1ev= 1.69*10^-19 J

**chemistry**

39.2 is wrong answer. could you please help for the answer of b

**Chemistry**

could any one help me regarding correct answer of this question

**Chemistry**

Anonymous, could you please explain the answer. the answer you mentioned is wrong

**math**

If you borrow $15,000 from your dad for college and you agree to pay him $25,000 back at 8% compound interest per year. How many years do you think you have to do this? In other words, given the amounts and the interest rate, what is the number of years?

**Percentage**

The usual price of a suitcase was $100. During a sale, a 13% discount was given. Mr Lee bought the suitcase but had to pay 7% GST on the selling price. a.) What was the selling price of the suitcase? b.) How much did Mr Lee pay for the suitcase?

**AP Chemistry**

If 15.0mL of 2.50M NaCl is mixed with 60.0mL of 0.300M Pb(NO3)2, what is the mass of the precipitate

**MATH**

Use a table of trigonometric values to find the angle è in the right triangle in the following problem. Round to the nearest degree, if necessary. cos è=? A=22 H=38

**chemistry**

Hvap 40.65 kJ/mol Hf -285.83 kJ/mol Hfusion 6.03 kJ/mol specific heat 4.186 J/gC molar mass 18.02 g How much energy is consumed by thawing 4.3 g ice?

**chemistry**

Hvap 40.65 kJ/mol Hf -285.83 kJ/mol Hfusion 6.03 kJ/mol specific heat 4.186 J/gC molar mass 18.02 g How much energy is consumed by thawing 4.3 g ice?

**physics**

given that the mass of an electron is 9.1 x 10^-28 grams and the charge on an electron is 1.6 x 10^-19 Coulombs, calculate the voltage required to lift an electron 5 cm. the question was previously answered, but I did'nt understand it .. could some show me again please.

**physics**

Hi Damon .. where did the 10^-3 come from? .. I understand the 9.8 is gravity and the 5 is 5 cm

** physics**

Given that the mass of an electron is 9.1 x 10^-28 grams and the charge on an electron is 1.6 x 10^-19 Coulombs, calculate the voltage required to lift an electron 5 cm. not quite sure how to do this.

**physics 30**

A flash of lightning transfers 1.5 x 10^9 Joules of energy through a potential difference of 5.0 x 10^7 Volts between a cloud and the ground. Calculate the quantity of charge transferred in the lightning bolt. How many electrons were transferred? Does this get easier? I hope so.

**Physics 30**

Hello damon... I'm not sure what happened there... what happened to the 5.0 x 10^-6 Could you show me again, as I don't quite understand it. thanks martin

**Physics 30**

A test charge of 5.0x10^-6 C is moved 2.0 cm through an electric force of 6.0 x 10^-7 N . What is the change in evergy of the test charge? What is the change in voltage on the charge? Help

**science**

how does the moon move through space ?

**Math**

3x2x4

**math**

write three ways to find 3x2x4

**physics **

Consider a system of N identical particles. Each particle has two energy levels: a ground state with energy 0, and an upper level with energy . The upper level is four-fold degenerate (i.e., there are four excited states with the same energy ). (a) Write down the par...

**math**

solve the system 7x^2 - 5y^2 + 20y = 3 21x^2 + 5y^2 =209

**mechanics**

Two 20kg weights are hung from light strings that pass over frictionless pulleys. The ends of the strings are connected to a small, light spring balance, S, calibrated in kg. The pulley axes are mounted on the wall of a lift in a 50-storey building. What is the reading on the ...

**Basic Statistics**

In each of the following situations state whether or not the given assignment of probabilities to individual outcomes is legitimate, that is, satisfies the rules of probability. If not, give a reason a) roll a die and record the count of spots on the up-face P(1)=0 P(2)=1/6 P(...

**geometry**

A ball gas a radius of 56mm (a)Calculate the surface area (b)What is the volume of the sphere

**Arithmetic**

Given the sequence Tq=-7+3(q+4) find T4,and x if Tx=50.

**arithmetic**

The nth term of the sequence 4,11,18,...is167 find n

**phycis**

A roller coaster has two hills and starts from rest atop the first hill , which is the higher of the two hills . The secound hill increases if the height of the initial hill is increased by 20m

**Chemistry**

I don't understand the part when it says 100-X/X. How do you solve for X?

**Chemistry**

A rock contains 200. µmol 238U (t1/2 = 4.5 109 yr) and 116 µmol 206Pb. Assuming that all the 206Pb comes from decay of the 238U, estimate the rock's age. Please explain step by step.

**Math**

Suppose R is the relation on N where aRb means that a ends in the same digit in which b ends. Determine whether R is an equivalence relation on N. And, Suppose that R and S are equivalence relations on a set A. Prove that the R ¿ S is also an equivalence relation ...

**Discrete Math**

You have two decks of 26 cards. Each card in each of the two decks has a different letter of the alphabet on it. You pick at random one card from each of the two decks. A vowel is worth 3 points and a consonant is worth 0 points. Let X = the sum of the values of the two cards ...

**Discrete Math**

How many ways can you get a bunch of 4 books to give a friend if you have 30 books (15 novels, 10 history book and 5 math books)?

**chemistry**

NaOH + CH3COOH = CH3COONa + H2O calculate the mass concentration in gdm-3 of the orinigal viniger

**psychology**

Kevin and Cheryl had completed their first day of naturalistic observation of adolescents at the local high school. As they discussed their experiences during the day, they found that they were both concerned about the difference their presence in the classrooms made on adoles...

**Chemistry**

Thank you Dr. The former is needed to find the volume of H2 in this case. I expect that once I perform the lab, the latter will be needed. You've helped me a great deal. You may expect to see me more often. I'm in your care for this semester, amongst any other Chemistr...

**Chemistry**

Dr, I have another question, but first, thank you for showing me that I was on the right track. I didn't understand how the moles of HCl were distributed. I thought .02 moles of HCl meant that there were .02 moles of H and .02 moles of Cl. Now I know that HCl add up to .02...

**Chemistry**

How many mole of H2 will be produced if 0.500 grams of magnesium is reacted with 10.00mL of 2.0 M HCl? I've concluded the answer is 0.02 moles of H2, but I'm doubting myself a lot because I don't understand the aspects of the balanced chemical equation and how that...

**Physcial Science**

Alpha particle tracks through gases and thin metal foils show few deflections. What does this tell us about the atom?

**Physical Science**

What fuel other than uranuin can be used in a nuclear reactor?

**Math**

Cause i wasnt really sure

**Math**

Is it possible to find out how long is the wall? The choices shown for the problem are: (a) 8 feet (b) 12 feet (c) 14 feet (d) 15 / 9 feet (e) None of these. Because I had put down (e) none of these.

**Math**

A scale drawing of an office building is not labeled but indicates 1 / 3 inch = 4 feet. On the drawing one wall measures 4 and 2 / 3 inches. How long is the wall?

**Physics**

What's the acceleration you're told to use in your class? 9.8m/s^2? 10m/s^2? 9.81m/s^2? I'll go with 10 because I'm lazy, just substitute to whatever you guys are using. The first ball (dropped from rest) will take 2 seconds to reach the ground : 20 = 5 x t^2 a...

**Physics**

x = x0 + v0*t + 1/2*a*t^2 x0=1.5 v0=-3 a=-10 (or something close, depending on what you're told to use in your class). You want the time for when x=0 (where 0m = the bottom of the window). 0 = 1.5 - 3 x t - 5 x t^2 1.5 = 3xt + 5xt^2 0=5t^2 +3t -1.5 You use the quadratic eq...

**Accounting**

You didn't actually ask a question. Just saying.

**Math**

First, count the number of p and y in one pattern. Then, multiply these respective numbers by 4 because you need 4 times these patterns for one necklace. Then you multiply by 8 because you want 8 such necklaces. One pattern : y=4, p=10 One necklace : y = 4 x 4 = 16, p = 10 x 4...

**algebra**

variance = 4, so standard deviation = 2 (because squareroot of 4 is 2) 160 - 166 = -6 = -3 standard deviation. You take out a normal distribution table and you find out that a standard deviation of -3 or less happens only 0.13% of the time. Answer : 0.13%

**algebra**

230% of the distance from Boston to St. Louis = 2.3 times the distance from Boston to St. Louis With that information, you have that : 2.3 x (distance from Boston to St. Louis) = 2410 And you just divide both side of the equation by 2.3. 2410 divided by 2.3 is very close to 1048.

**basic statistics for the behavioral sciences**

a) 11 + 1 (you) = 12. 12/80 = 0.15 = 15% b)40% = 0.4, 0.4 x 80 = 32. c) 7.5% = 0.075, 0.075 x 80 = 6 Also, 0.5% x 80 = 0.005 x 80 = 0.4 students, which doesn't make sense.

**alegbra**

0.82 - 0.8 = 0.02 0.02/0.01 = 2 standard deviations You check a normal distribution table (unless you were provided with the value for 2 standard deviation already) You get : Greater than 2 standard deviation = 1 - 0.9772 = 0.0228

**math**

At T=0, which is when we're in 1991, we want E(0)=73.7. The slope in front of T is found as follow : (76.9 - 73.7) divided by (1997-1991) = 0.53333~ = 8/15 This mean thay the life expectancy would increase by 8/15th of a year every year. In short, E(T) = 8/15 x T + 73.7 An...

**Geometry**

A side has 5x5=25 square feet. A box has 6 sides. 6 x 25 = 150 square feet. 4 cents per foot : 150 x 4 = 600 cents = $6 per boxes 100 boxes : 6 x 100 = 600$ total. Those are some costly boxes. Then again, they are very big boxes.

**math**

Stop spamming, I already answered you.

**math**

Just try them quickly, there's a more formal method, but it'd be much more complicated for such a simple problem. They want only even numbers. You can quickly see 10 x 12 = 120 is smaller than 224 and 18 x 20 = 360 is too big. You're left with 12 x 14, 14 x 16, etc...

**math**

14 and 16.

**Geometry**

Well, the only thing I can see "lacking" in the definition is if the intersection P is actually also one of the A,B,C,D points. So you could just say ""If line AB and line CD intersect at point P such that P is different from A, B, C or D, then angle APC an...

**trig**

Cot (theta) is just 1/(Tan(theta)). So we have 0.05 = 1/(Tan(theta)) And thus, by multiplying both side by Tan(theta), we have : 0.05 x Tan(theta)= 1 So Tan(theta)= 1/0.05 = 20 Tan (theta) = 20

**statistics**

1) 300 is two deviations of 50 away from 200, so the standard score is 2. 2) You need to look at a normal distribution for this. A quick google search should help you just fine. Or, possibly, you were provided one in class. From such a table, you can see that being two deviati...

**alegbra**

PsyDAG is wrong, I believe. The odds are 1/(10,000+1) or 1/10,001.

**5/90 lotto winning numbers**

LOTTERY IS A MYSTERY THAT NEEDS LOT OF RESEARCH AND TOP CONNECTIONS.

**Chemistry**

A reaction proceeds according to the following mechanism: Cl2 ⇌ 2 Cl (fast equilibrium) Cl + H2 ⇌ H2Cl (fast equilibrium) H2Cl + Cl → 2 HCl (slow) What is the rate law for this reaction?

**Chemistry**

Consider the voltaic cell: Zn(s) / Zn2+(aq) // H+(aq) / H2(g) / Pt(s) Calculate the value of Ecell, in V, when [Zn2+] =1.00 M and [H+] = 0.00100 M DATA: Zn2+(aq) +2 e¯ ---> Zn(s);Eo = - 0.76 V 2 H+(aq) + 2 e¯ ---> H2(g);Eo = 0.00 V

** Mat 116 Algebra 1A**

7[3m-(m+2)]>-6(m+3) Use set-builder notation to describe the complete solution {m|m > ? } (type an equality symbol; then type an integer or a simplified fraction.)

**Science**

look at 6th grade project sites that is great place to start

**comper science**

write a program that accept the name of a student score obtained in 5 courses and compute the average score of the student.your program must display the name of that student on tab 5

**5 of 90 lotto equation formula**

I HAVE A LOTTO CHART THAT EXPLAINS IN ALL