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December 27, 2014

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physics
When two bodies are charged, the total charge before and after charging remains the same because of: A. quantization of charges B. conservation of charges C. law of induction D. Coulomb's law it is B? When a conducting sphere is charged positively, intially the charge is ...
April 7, 2009

physics
okay so it is B. positively charged that's a neat website
April 7, 2009

physics
A negatively charged balloon sticks to a wooden door. However, an uncharged balloon does not stick to a wooden door. What is the nature of the charge on the wooden door? A. Electrically neutral B. Positively charged C. Conductor D. Lacking protons I am thinking it is A or B?
April 7, 2009

Physics
thought so, thanks
April 7, 2009

Physics
Which of the following statements is true about electric forces? A. Electric forces cause objects to only attract each other. B. Electric forces cause objects to only repel each other. C. Electric forces cause objects to repel or attract each other. D. Electric forces have no ...
April 7, 2009

french
to have
April 7, 2009

5th grade
you would subtract 8-2 which equals 6. this would give you 6/8 which is 3/4
April 7, 2009

psychology
The second one is correct. I am not sure about the first one though.
April 7, 2009

Physics...please help
A beam of light passes from air to ethanol, with index of refraction of 1.36. If the angle of incidence ( 1) is 30.0 degrees, then calculate the angle of refraction, after light passes through ethanol and enters into air. A. 15.3 degrees B. 21.6 degrees C. 30.0 degrees D. 39.8...
April 6, 2009

physics...
Light passes from air into water at 45.0 degrees to the normal. If the index of refraction of water is 1.33, find the angle of refraction. A. 25.5 degrees B. 32.1 degrees C. 44.0 degrees D. 55.9 degrees I believe it is B? What is the nature of an image formed by a concave ...
April 6, 2009

Check for mistakes plz
no problem (:
April 6, 2009

Check for mistakes plz
In the last sentence, you might want to change it to: The permafrost allows only small bushes to grow. I don't know, something like that. It shouldn't start with "because" though. The rest of it is great!
April 6, 2009

science
photosynthesis... so A
April 6, 2009

Physics...help!
Light passes from air into water at 45.0 degrees to the normal. If the index of refraction of water is 1.33, find the angle of refraction. A. 25.5 degrees B. 32.1 degrees C. 44.0 degrees D. 55.9 degrees I believe it is B? What is the nature of an image formed by a concave ...
April 6, 2009

Physics
it isn't C or D, it's A..
April 6, 2009

Physics
A 5.0 cm real object is placed at a distance of 5.0 cm from a concave mirror of focal length 10 cm. Find the size of the image. A. 5 cm B. 10 cm C. 17 cm D. 20 cm I think it is B? A(n) _______ lens is used to produce a real image. A. convex B. concave C. plane D. diverging Is ...
April 6, 2009

physics
Q=mC(Tf-Ti) heat transfer is equal to the mass of an object time the specific heat of the object times the difference between the final and initial temperatures.
April 6, 2009

physics
A 5.0-cm real object is placed at a distance of 30.0 cm from a concave mirror of focal length 10.0 cm. Find the location of the image. A. 6 cm B. 10 cm C. 15 cm D. 60 cm Is it B. 10 cm? Which of the following objects can set fire to a piece of paper in the presence of sunlight...
April 6, 2009

physics: true or false
yeah, so it is false
April 6, 2009

physics: true or false
A concave mirror of focal length 10 cm forms an upright and diminished image of a real object placed at a distance of 5 cm from the mirror. A. True B. False A convex lens is used to obtain an enlarged virtual image. A. True B. False Not too sure on the first one... the second ...
April 6, 2009

Physics: true or false
A convex mirror forms a virtual, diminished, and upright image for all real objects regardless of the location of the object. A. True B. False Is it true? A convex mirror of focal length 10 cm forms an upright and magnified image of a real object places at a distance of 20 cm ...
April 5, 2009

Physics
What must be the minimum height of a plane mirror so that a boy of height 162 cm can view himself from head to toe? A. 40.5 cm B. 81 cm C. 162 cm D. 324 cm It would be B. 81 cm?
April 5, 2009

physics! help!
nevermind it was B
April 4, 2009

physics! help!
For incomplete cancellation to occur, opposite pulses must have A. equal amplitudes B. different energies C. equal pulses D. equal displacements is it B??
April 4, 2009

Physics!!
thanks!
April 4, 2009

Physics!!
A car moving at 16.0 m/s, passes an observer while its horn is pressed. Find the difference between the frequencies of sound heard when the car approaches and when it recedes from the stationary observer. The velocity of sound is 343 m/s and the frequency of the sound of the ...
April 4, 2009

physics
thanks
April 4, 2009

physics
Shaking a towel up and down would create what type of wave in the towel? A. Transverse <---answer (I think) B. longitudinal C. surface For the medium to remain undisturbed as two pulses pass the same point, they must have A. equal amplitudes B. opposite amplitudes C. ...
April 4, 2009

Physics: true or false
Thanks
April 4, 2009

Physics: true or false
Doubling the amplitude of a wave will double the amount of energy the wave can transfer. A. True B. False <---answer (not sure) The medium determines the speed through which most mechanical waves will travel. A. True <---answer (not sure) B. False
April 4, 2009

Geometry
a- 176 is the mean not sure on the rest, sorry
April 4, 2009

Physics: waves
You are creating a transverse wave in a rope by shaking your hand from side to side. Without changing the distance that your hand moves, you begin to shake it slower and slower. What happens to the frequency? What happens to the amplitude? What happens to the wavelength? A. it...
April 3, 2009

science
no problem! (:
April 3, 2009

science
Disonformity is a type of uncomformity so I don't think so
April 3, 2009

science
they are similar and can be compared
April 3, 2009

math
Oops, I messed up on the math.... haha! I meant, 9/16
April 3, 2009

math
For example, 3/4 divided by 4/3 you would flip 4/3 to 3/4 and multiply them, so it would be: 3/4 times 3/4 = 9/36 or 1/4
April 3, 2009

physics
carol and bruno drag a box of mass 58.0 kg along a frictionless floor. Carol pushes the box with a force of 11.4 N at an angle of 40.0 downward from the horizontal. Bruno pulls the box from the other side with a force of 11.0 N at an angle of 40.0 above the horizontal. What is...
April 3, 2009

Physics
The melting point of a solid is 90.0 degrees C. What is the heat required to change 2.5 of this solid at 40.0 degrees C to a liquid? The specific heat of the solid is 390 J/kg (K) and its heat of fusion is 4000 J/kg. A. 4.9 10^4 J B. 1.0 10^4 J C. 5.9 10^4 J D. 5.0 10^4 J I am...
April 3, 2009

math
28(.30) $8.40 is the discount and you subtract this from $28 so, it will cost the employee $19.60.
April 3, 2009

Physics help!
I found the answer, never mind
April 3, 2009

Physics help!
Heat is added to an open container of a liquid. The liquid is brought to its boiling point and half the liquid boils away. Which of the following graphs shows how the temperature changes with this time period? Would the graph be just an ascending line?
April 3, 2009

Business Communication
yes, you are correct. B makes sense more than the others.
April 3, 2009

Physics help!
The thermal energy of the particles in a gas is related to the temperature of the gas. A. True B. False This question is a bit tricky, but I think it is true?
April 3, 2009

catering
I would say C, because it's an outing but I'm not sure.
April 3, 2009

Physics: true or false
That is true, it is not only kinetic energy
April 3, 2009

Physics: true or false
1. In a gas kept at a constant temperature, all molecules move with the same speed. A. True B. False 2. A hot object has more thermal energy than a similar cold object only because of greater kinetic energy. A. True B. False 3. The thermal energy of the particles in a gas is ...
April 3, 2009

9th grade math
x^2-10=0 x^2=10 (add 10 to both sides) x= 3.16 (square root of 10)
April 3, 2009

Business Communication
You're right, A is not a complete sentence.
April 3, 2009

Physics
It has to be one answer though... thanks anyways (:
April 3, 2009

Physics
Which of the following physical properties can be used to measure temperature using a thermometer? A. volume B. pressure C. density D. viscosity I think the correct answer is D?
April 3, 2009

art
ok thank-you!
February 18, 2009

art
hello me again! i am now looking at the wounderful painting of "little blue horses" by Franz Marc, dose anyone know any good websites where i can find the background history of this painting! i would be very greatful, an also if anyone konws of any quotes that i ...
February 18, 2009

art
what is franz marcs most famous painting(appart from the yellow cow)
February 17, 2009

art
does anyone know where the yellow cow painting by Franz Marc i displayed?
February 12, 2009

art
thanks
February 12, 2009

art
i am doing a project about franz marc an i need some info on one of his animal paintings this info consists of: name: when it was made: how it was made: what it was about: does it tell a story: what is in it: is it happy sad boreing etc: how you feel: and many more! but i dont...
February 12, 2009

art
i have to write a full A4 page with no pictures about Franz Marc but i can not find enough info i have when he was born where an when he died an some other stuff but i am not sure what else to think of an put in!!!
January 9, 2009

algebra
solve the following equation 5x + 4y = 12 Please show work... Thank You!!!
January 2, 2009

Math
Sove the equation in Rational form -2x - 4 < 10
December 12, 2008

Math
Solve the following by Factoring.. 5t^2 - 10t = 0
December 12, 2008

biology
i really need some help!! i understand the parts of the heart and their names, but i am really confused on the cardiac cycle graph that shows the pressure of the heart at certains stages HELP ME PLEASE!
December 1, 2008

chemistry
haha dunno
December 1, 2008

statistics
do all populations- micheline tires, voters, people with high blood pressue...- produce a normal curve? True or False Is this false because all samples produce normal curves and not the populations, and dont you have to have a range of values and freequencies to have a bell ...
November 21, 2008

art
thanks.. im making my box its kind of retro neon colours, i have all luminous bright colours splattered all around it , at the back i drilled holes in and iv made a type of corset lace look , with the bright orange pink and green lace, inside ive got half a barbie hanging, ...
October 20, 2008

art
i have to do a box all about me, i just can't think on what to do? maybe a catwalk but like what?
October 20, 2008

english
i don't know what an understood pronoun is
September 29, 2008

math
an octagon has 8 sides. how many diagonal does an octagon have
August 28, 2008

math
how many arrangements can be formed from all teh letters in the word parallel?
August 28, 2008

math
solve for n where it is p(n,5)=42xP(n-3)
August 28, 2008

poetry/ english
go to wikianswers . com no one rude about needing help there.. -Sophie
August 25, 2008

Chemistry
but what equation is used to find it? the delta H/RT equation won't solve for anything
June 25, 2008

Chemistry
The solubility of benzoic acid in water is 2.56g in 100cm3 at 79 C and 0.29g in 100cm3 at 20 C. What is the minimum volume of water in which 1g of benzoic acid can be dissolved at 79 C? I set up a dimensional analysis but since the question gives 2 sets of results, I do not ...
June 25, 2008

Algebra/Geometry
i have homework and we have to name this shape below and note one of it's specal properties;i have traiedlooking on pc but i don't know the name of it;have eney one got an idear.r.s.v.p. Sophie-opel evan
April 11, 2008

Chem
Assuming the final concentration of chloride anion after the addition of HCl (precipitation step) was 0.1M, what is the remaining concentration of Ag+ in the solution? (pKsp for AgCl = 9.74)
February 27, 2008

Chemistry
this really helped me thank you
January 19, 2008

polarity
could you put these in order of polarity please: fluorenone, fluorenol and fluorene. Thanks
January 1, 2008

geography
kilder was the firts place found
October 28, 2007

maths and english
i have trouble with my subtractioin i also have problems with my spellings please help Please check these sites for games to help you improve your spelling. http://www.funbrain.com/spell/index.html http://www.eduplace.com/kids/hmsv/smg/ Please post a subtraction problem that ...
May 9, 2007

english
my writing is not very nice and neat should i practice more Here is what you can do: Start a Journal (blank book), writing on alternate pages. Write in it every day. Weekly, give it to a trusted friend (mom, aunt, friend) who can take the journal and mark up errors. Rewrite ...
May 8, 2007

Geography
this sucks these teachers torture children just cos they have forgoten their days
January 2, 2007

physics
why use a 3 wire system instead of a 2 wire system when wiring an electric heater with metal casing So the metal casing can be "grounded" andnot aquire the potential lethal voltage if a 110 V wire inside becomes loose, wet or loses its insulation. If this happens, ...
December 29, 2006

Physics! PLEASE HELP re Newton's Laws
What would you do given the following scenarios? 1. You are the capitan of a spacecraft traveling in the far reaches of outer space, a great distance from any other body. Unexpectedly your radar indicates a meteor on a collision course with your craft, necessitating a sudden ...
December 3, 2006

Physics- Newton's Laws in Space
Hi! I would really appreciate it if you could help me think through these questions discussing Newton's Laws in Space... Directions: Consider the following scenarios ignoring the effects of gravity: 1. You are the capitan of a spacecraft traveling in the far reaches of ...
December 2, 2006

Geometry
How do you find the angle of FAC when: D is in the interior of <BAE E is in the interior of <DAE F is in the interior of <EAC m<BAC=130 degrees m<EAC=100 degrees m<BAD=m<EAF=m<FAC ? FAC is 40 degrees. All of these lines are linear pairs held on an 180 ...
October 16, 2006

Density
thankyou and i love you
August 29, 2006

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