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An airplane traveling at 9.50 102 km/h passes over a region where Earth's magnetic field is 4.4 10-5 T and is nearly vertical. What voltage is induced between the plane's wing tips, which are 75 m apart? What's the formula for this question?
April 1, 2008
How can a teacher help a student develop a strong understanding of the operations and of number relationship in Mathematics? This was a very interesting question, but I am having a hard time answering it. Need your help... Thanks alot!!!
March 11, 2008
THE ROLES OF HOME, SCHOOL AND SOCIETY
[Consider] that educational goals and standards reflect the goals and standards of the society in which schools exist [Provide] examples of the similar as well as the differing roles that home, society, and school play in todays educational system [Determine] howas...
January 19, 2008
1. All of the following factors contributed to the weakness of organized labor in the early 1800s except a. widespread economic prosperity. b. workers' strong spirit of independence. c. the availability of inexpensive western land. d. the use of inexpensive immigrant labor...
December 29, 2007
I am supposed to survey people because I am doing a research paper about slang. Can anyone please answer these questions for me? The more answers I get the better. I would appreciate it so much. 1)What kind of slang do you use when text messaging? 2)What kind of sland do you ...
December 1, 2007
SCHOOL FUNDING ISSUES
review the educational funding issues for New Jersey. Try to find information about the affect of school choice options on educational funding. Do you feel that there is a positive affect or a negative affect? What were some opposing viewpoints of your classmates? What was ...
November 17, 2007
A crate (weight 381 N) is lowered vertically a distance of 3.0 m by two ropes at a constant speed of 1.2 m/s. The tension in rope A is TA = 248 N; the rope makes an angle of ÆA = 63 with the horizontal. Rope B makes an angle of ÆB = 55...
October 27, 2007
Take a real-life situation and create an equation or inequality that could be used for analysis, prediction, or decision making. Then, draw a graph to depict the variables in your situation Use your graph and what you know about linear inequalities to discuss the significance ...
September 4, 2007
Suppose that during a given year: (1) the price of TV sets increases by 4% in Japan, (2) the dollar depreciates by 5% with respect to the yen, (3) the consumers incomes in the U.S. increase by 3%, (4) the price of elasticity of demand for imported TV sets in the U.S. is...
May 15, 2007
A researcher estimated the Ep for autos in the U.S. is 1.2, while the Ei is 3.0. Next year, U.S. automakers intend to increase the average price of autos by 5%, and they expect consumers disposable income to rise by 3%. A) If sales of domestically produced autos ...
May 15, 2007
Calculus - Challenge question
Our teacher gave us this problem as a challenge. Some of us have been working on it for a few days help! Prove that the largest area of any quadrilateral is obtained when opposite angles are supplementary. Wow, what a classic and nice question, haven't seen it for years. ...
May 8, 2007
based on those numbers,so it should look like this: Models made in May 1 0 2 x 3 x 4 x 5 xxx 6 xxxx 7 x 8 xxx <-1--2--3--4--5--6--7--8->, this is actually my third grade childs homework. i have been out of scool a long time, and obviously im having a difficult time! ...
March 14, 2007
this is dealing with line plots: if you have a box that has the following in it: number of clay models made by art club members in may 8 6 6 6 2 5 8 8 5 5 4 6 6 3 7 models in may then you have a line graph as such: <-1--2--3--4--5--6--7--8-> how would you solve this? it ...
March 14, 2007
We had two riddles to solve... 1st. I am slow when i'm young. Have six legs, large eyes, four wings, exoskeloten,looks like a helicopter when I fly and hunt over water. Unscramble these letters- cqzfnmekx 2nd. live in cold water fast strong swimmer, slim slead and colorful...
November 15, 2006
100 people set up a phone call system so that the initial contact person call three persons, each of whom calla three persons,and so on until all have been contacted. The maximum people who do not need to make calls is? Very Simple Question How would you solve it: (1+x^2)(1-x^...
October 7, 2006