# Posts by vinay

Total # Posts: 19

**Physics**

the funamental notes produced in an open and organ pipe and closed end organ pipe of same length are io ratio

**math**

the diameter of a roller is 70 cm and its length 1.12m. find the area of a playground, if it takes 250 complete revolutions to move once over the playground to level it.

**science**

flow chart to find producr,average,sum,largest of three numbers?

**physics**

A cannon fires a shell straight upward; 2.4 s after it is launched, the shell is moving upward with a speed of 18 m/s. Assuming air resistance is negligible, find the speed (magnitude of velocity) of the shell at launch and 5.4 s after the launch. What is the velocity at ...

**physics**

i too have the same problem and unable to paste the url for image

**physics**

the velocity acquired by a body moving with uniform acceleration is 12 m/s2 in 2 secs.and 18 m/s2 in 4 sec. find the initial velocity of the body?

**arithmetic**

If the numerically smaller root of x2+mx=2 is 3 more than the other one, find the value of m

**arithmetic**

What is the percentage change in the volume of a sphere if its radius increases by 20%?

**arithmetic**

How many 2-digit numbers, with tens digit less than units digit, have the sum of digits equal to 3 times the difference?

**arithmetic**

The number of non-negative solutions of the equation 12x+7y =35 is?

**arithmetic**

What is the sum to 15 terms of an arithmetic progression whose 8th term is 4?

**11th grade pre ap physics**

396 N (approx)

**11th grade pre ap physics**

396 (approx)

**stats math**

hey i can help you

**algebra**

1/4(6b+2) -2/3(3b-2) 3/2b +1/2 -2b +4/3 1/2+4/3 +(3/2-2)b (3+ (4*2))/6 -1/2b 11/6 - 1/2b

**math**

i can help you tan. would you like to take my help.

**physics**

2.96 x 10^4 m/s

**math**

what is the rule for use of letters in place of numbers

**11th Grade**

since focus of parabola... is the best place where the whole waves being focused... so the focus is the right place ... and its position is 2.08 feet from the depth of paraboloid .

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