Total # Posts: 312
native american history
I have to explain the concept of the west and its inhabitants during the last half of the 19th cnetury and explain the transition of the identity of the indian leading into the early 20th century. can someone please tell me where i can find information about this?
September 12, 2007
okay so P=W/t so the force is the torque from the first problem and you need to find the d ang. acc. = wf/t so you use that to plug into the formula: wf^2= wi + 2(alpha)(d) change wi to zero and substitue wf/t into alpha and solve for d use that as the d for Fxd/T and you'...
March 25, 2007
Factor Completely: I am really confused on how to start it. 12q^5w^2-36q^4w^3-120q^3w^4 Help please. :) Factor out 12q^3w^2: 12q^3w^2(q^2 - 3qw - 10w^2) Can we factor further? Yes. q^2 - 3qw - 10w^2 factors are (q - 5w)(q + 2w). We end up with this: 12q^3w^2(q - 5w)(q + 2w) ...
January 28, 2007
This is how the problem starts. All the cbana doors start out being closed. Student assigned to cabana 1 opens the doors on all 100 cabanas. The students assigned to cabana #2then closes doors on all cabanas whose numbers are multiples of 2. Th e student assisgned to cabana #3...
January 2, 2007
I would just like to know for whomever is telling people to do it om there own and to get a life or whatever you said so ignorantly, are you a genius? I for one have never met one an it would be nice to. I guess that in your geniuos life you have never been stumped on anything...
November 2, 2006
what would happen to the money supply if the federal reserve made an open market sale of 5 million worth of gov't securities to a private citizen? assume that the bank with which this private citizen does business with is all loaned up, has reserves of 20 million dollars, ...
October 15, 2006
Principles of Finance HELP!!!
(in million of dollars) Sales $3,300 ($3000 M * 10%) Operating Cost including depreciation ($2,640) (Operatinc Cost excluding Dep will equl to 80% ofSales) EBIT & D $660 Depreciation (10%) $66 EBIT $594 Interest ($125) EBT $469 Income Tax (40%) ($187.60) Net Income $281.40
September 29, 2006