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physics
a mountain climber jumps a 3.0 m wide crevasse by leaping horizontally with a speed of 8.0 m/s. (a) if the climber's direction of motion on landing is -45 degrees, what is the height the difference between the two sides of the crevasse? (b) where does the climber land?
December 13, 2011 by taylor

math
A mountain climber on Mt. Everest is at 29,035 feet above sea level. A stone at the bottom of the Dead Sea is at 1,349 ft below sea level. What pigsis the difference in elevation between the mountain climber and the stone?
April 17, 2013 by karolina vida

math
A mountain climber on Mt. Everest is at 29,035 feet above sea level. A stone at the bottom of the Dead Sea is at 1,349 ft below sea level. What is the difference in elevation between the mountain climber and the stone
April 17, 2013 by karolina vida

math
A mountain climber on Mt. Everest is at 29,035 feet above sea level. A stone at the bottom of the Dead Sea is at 1,349 ft below sea level. What is the difference in elevation between the mountain climber and the stone?
April 17, 2013 by karolina vida

NEED HELP ASAP !!
A mountain climber on Mt. Everest is at 29,035 ft above sea level a stone at the bottom of the Dead Sea is at 1,349 ft below sea level what is the difference in elevation between the mountain climber and the stone
March 4, 2014 by A=Awesome

Math Ms.Sue please
1. 2/3 - 5/4 -3 -3/12 23/12 -17/12 2. -6.1 + 1.7 7.8 -4.4 -7.8 4.4 3. -1.8 - 3.9 -2.1 5.7 2.1 -5.7 4. A mountain climber ascends a mountain to its peak. The peak is 12,740 feet above sea level. The climber then descends 200 feet to meet a fellow climber. Find te climber's ...
September 12, 2013 by Charlotte

Physics
Consider the 52.0-kg mountain climber in the figure to the right. Find (a) the tension in the rope and (b) the force that the mountain climber must exert with her feet on the vertical rock face to remain stationary. Assume that the force is exerted parallel to her legs. Also, ...
June 3, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
A mountain climber dangles his water bottle and feels the bottle makes an angle of 25 degrees with respect to the vertical line. If his acceleration takes 18 seconds, calculate the speed of the climber.
March 14, 2014 by Bert

Physics
A mountain climber, in the process of crossing between two cliffs by a rope, pauses to rest. She weighs 575 N. As the drawing shows, she is closer to the left cliff than to the right cliff, with the result that the tensions in the left and right sides of the rope are not the ...
October 14, 2012 by Jiim

Physics
A mountain climber, in the process of crossing between two cliffs by a rope, pauses to rest. She weighs 554 N. As the drawing shows, she is closer to the left cliff than to the right cliff, with the result that the tensions in the left and right sides of the rope are not the ...
December 12, 2012 by shine

physics
A rock climber throws a small first aid kit to another climber who is higher up the mountain. The initial velocity of the kit is 16 m/s at an angle of 55 above the horizontal. The kit is caught right at the peak of the its trajectory. What is the vertical height between the ...
October 14, 2013 by Bonnie

physics
A mountain climber, in the process of crossing between two cliffs by a rope, pauses to rest. She weighs 620 N. As the drawing shows, she is closer to the left cliff than to the right cliff, with the result that the tensions in the left and right sides of the rope are not the ...
February 28, 2012 by u/a

physics
A rock climber throws a small first aid kit to another climber who is higher up the mountain. The initial velocity of the kit is 17 m/s at an angle of 50 above the horizontal. At the instant when the kit is caught, it is traveling horizontally, so its vertical speed is zero. ...
September 5, 2010 by demi

physics
A rock climber throws a small first aid kit to another climber who is higher up the mountain. The initial velocity of the kit is 21 m/s at an angle of 58 above the horizontal. At the instant when the kit is caught, it is traveling horizontally, so its vertical speed is zero. ...
September 20, 2010 by Emily

physics
A rock climber throws a small first aid kit to another climber who is higher up the mountain. The initial velocity of the kit is 23 m/s at an angle of 69 above the horizontal. At the instant when the kit is caught, it is traveling horizontally, so its vertical speed is zero. ...
October 11, 2010 by Sarah

Physics
A 80 kg climber is standing horizontally on a perfectly vertical cliff face. The climber is 1.8 m tall and is attached by a 2 m long rope fastened around their middle to a point on the cliff above them. What is the normal force the cliff face exerts on the climber in Newtons? ...
March 18, 2013 by Stranger

Physics
A rock climber of mass 55 kg is hanging suspended from a rope tied to another climber of mass 65 kg on a horizontal cliff ledge. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the climber on the ledge and the ledge is 0.45, what is the net acceleration of the climber on the ...
July 15, 2012 by bob

Hs Math
on the moon, the acceleration due to gravity is 1.6m/sec^2 a. if a rock is dropped into a crevasse, how fast will it be going just before it hits bottom 30sec later? b. how far below the point of release is the bottom of the crevasse? c. if instead of being released from rest...
November 6, 2008 by ET

sound and hearing
An excited child in a campground lets out a yell. Her parent, 1.31 m away, hears it as a 89.3-dB sound. A climber sits 701 m away from the child, on top of a nearby mountain. How loud does the yell sound to the climber? (in dB) A: 34.731 dB this is my first question here :)I ...
November 20, 2012 by blent

physics
With the forces in equilibrium if a stationary climber is using a rope which is 60 degrees to the vertical, the rock face is at 30 degrees to the vertical, and the weight of the climber in cluding equipment is 850N. What is the tension on the rope? What is the force exerted on...
April 18, 2011 by Declan

math
on the moon, the acceleration due to gravity is 1.6m/ sec 1. If instead of being released from rest, the rock is thrown into the crevasse from the same point with a downward velocty of 4m/sec, when will it hit the bottom and how fast will it be going when it does 2. how far ...
November 11, 2009 by sarah

physics
A 85 kg rock climber first climbs 50 m up to the top of a quarry, then descends 75 m from the top to the bottom of the quarry. If the initial height is the reference level, find the potential energy of the system (the climber plus Earth) when the climber is at the top. Find ...
May 11, 2011 by Merlin

Physics
A mountain climber is about to haul up a 50m length of hanging rope. How much work will it take if the rope weighs .624 N/m?
May 2, 2014 by T.J.

Physics HELP!
A mountaineer estimates the depth of a crevasse by dropping a stone and listening for sound when the stone hits the bottom. The speed of sound in air is 340m/s. If the sound is heard 10s after the stone is dropped, what is the depth of the crevasse? Do you find velocity first...
October 2, 2008 by Ella

physics
A mountain climber friend with a mass of 80kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs. He wonders what the approximate size of such baloon would be.
March 26, 2010 by Gail

5th grade math
Three frogs had a race on a 1000 chart. Freaky Frog took 30 jumps of 25, Frogurt Frog took 30 jumps of 20, and Frannie Frog took 120 jumps of 5. Who was ahead?_______________________ Help! Assuming the distance of the jump is the same for each frog. 30 jumps x 25/jump = ?? 30 ...
September 25, 2006 by Aliah

physical
Two mountain climbers are working their way up a glacier when one falls into a crevasse. The icy slope can be considered frictionless. Sue's weight is pulling Paul up the 45* slope. If Sue's mass is 66kg and if she falls 2m in 10s starting from rest, find the tension in the ...
October 13, 2013 by Ywome

physics
the length of nylon rope from which a mountain climber is suspended has a force constant of 1.40*10^4. how much would this rope stretch to break the climbers fall if he freefall 2.00 m before the rope run out of slack
May 4, 2014 by sara

physics
Two mountain climbers are working their way up a glacier when one falls into a crevasse. The icy slope can be considered frictionless. Sue's (the one who fell) weight is pulling Paul up the 45 degree slope. If Sue's mass is 66 kg and if she falls 2 min 10 s (starting from rest...
October 9, 2012 by sam

Physics
A small first aid kit is dropped by a rock climber who is descending steadily at 1.5 m/s. A.)After 3.1s, how far is the kit below the climber?
February 14, 2011 by Shannon

physics
A rock climber climbs a 15 m vertical rock wall while wearing a 5.3 kg backpack. How much work does the climber do on the backpack?
October 24, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
A rock climber climbs a 15 m vertical rock wall while wearing a 5.3 kg backpack. How much work does the climber do on the backpack?
October 24, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
A small first aid kit is dropped by a rock climber who is descending at a constant velocity of - 1.3m/s. a) Sketch the velocity vs. time graph for both the climber and her first aid kit and paste your sketch in the space below. b) After 1.5 seconds, what is the velocity of ...
October 23, 2010 by grace

physics
A mountain-climber friend with a mass of 82 kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs. He wonders what the approximate size of such a balloon would be. Hearing of your physics skills, he asks you...
March 28, 2012 by Kristie

physics
A mountain-climber friend with a mass of 82 kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs. He wonders what the approximate size of such a balloon would be. Hearing of your physics skills, he asks you...
March 29, 2012 by Jim

physics
A mountain-climber friend with a mass of 82 kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs. He wonders what the approximate size of such a balloon would be. Hearing of your physics skills, he asks you...
April 1, 2012 by christy

PHYSICS!!!
A climber with a mass of 75 kg is attached to a 6.5 m rope with a cross sectional area of 3.510−4 m2. When the climber hangs from the rope, it stretches 3.410−3 m. What is the Young's modulus of the rope? Please help me :)
June 9, 2012 by Kaelyn

Trigonometry
Height of a mountain While traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain directly in front of you. The angle of elevation to the peak is 2.5. After you drive 18 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 10. Approximate the height of the mountain.
February 4, 2013 by AwesomeGuy

physics
In one day, a 75-kg mountain climber ascends from the 1500-m level on a vertical cli to the top at 2400 m. The next day, she descends from the top to the base of the cli , which is at an elevation of 1350 m. What is her change in gravitational potential energy (a) on the ...
August 17, 2012 by zianna

engineering
Your friend, a 75 kg mountain climber is suspended from a cliff by a rope. Calculate the tension in the rope, in Newtons, when you lift your friend to safety. If the rope can withstand 1.25 kN of stress per square centimeter of cross-sectional area, what minimum diameter of ...
January 17, 2013 by amanda

math
if someone could please help that would be muchly appreciated. A group of mountain climbers are using trigonometry to find the height of a mountain located in the rockies. From point A, which is due west of the mountain, the angle of elevation to the top is 56 degrees. From ...
April 3, 2010 by deborah

math
angle of elevation of the top of a mountain to a man is 45degree.if we walk along a slope of 30 degree of the mountain 100 meters then the angle of elevation of the top of mountain becomes 60 degree.find the height of the mountain.
August 8, 2010 by subhradeep

physics
A 82.5-kg climber is scaling the vertical wall of a mountain. His safety rope is made of a material that, when stretched, behaves like a spring with a spring constant of 1.82 x 103 N/m. He accidentally slips and falls freely for 0.739 m before the rope runs out of slack. How ...
November 13, 2012 by Michelle

Physics
A 74.2-kg climber is scaling the vertical wall of a mountain. His safety rope is made of a material that, when stretched, behaves like a spring with a spring constant of 1.62 x 103 N/m. He accidentally slips and falls freely for 0.959 m before the rope runs out of slack. How ...
May 2, 2014 by Elle

math
A plane flying a straight course observes a mountain at a bearing of 32.6 to the right of its course. At that time the plane is 6 km from the mountain. A short time later, the bearing to the mountain becomes 42.6. How far is the plane from the mountain when the second ...
March 31, 2010 by pepe

Trigonometry
Mountain Descent A road sign at the top of a mountain indicates that for the next 4 miles the grade is 12%. Find the angle of the grade and the change in elevation for a car descending the mountain.
February 4, 2013 by AwesomeGuy

maths
one mountain is 5000 ft high and can be reached by cable car from another mountain 7000ft away the other mountain is 3000ft high what is the lenghtof the cableto link the two mountains
September 25, 2009 by andy

Trigonometry
At a point on a level ground, the angle of elevationof a mountain top B is 42deg36min. At a pointD350 meters nearer the mountain, the angle of elevation is 51deg 43 min. Find the height of the mountain?
December 1, 2013 by Daniel

physics
Help, the last equation given to me on previous question was incorrect and I took a 0 % on my assignment !!! A mountain-climber friend with a mass of 82 kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs...
April 3, 2012 by christy

Honors Pre-Calculus
You are traveling in a car toward a certain mountain at a speed of 80km/hr. The apparent size of the mountain is .5degrees. Fifteen minutes later the same mountain has an apparent size of 1 degree. About how tall is the mountain? I believe you must convert the degrees to ...
September 17, 2007 by Anonymous

Physics
A small first aid kit is dropped by a rock climber who is descending steadily at 1.3 m/s. After 2.5 s, what is the velocity of the first-aid kit, and how far is the kit below the climber? This problem seems like it should be easy, but I'm not sure which equation to use. I'd ...
September 30, 2007 by Stephanie

Physics
A small first-aid kit is dropped by a rock climber who is descending steadily at 1.9 m/s. After 2.5 s, what is the velocity of the first-aid kit, and how far is the kit below the climber? My question is, how can you determine how fast/far the kit is going???? If the kit is ...
September 17, 2006 by Help again?? Becca

Physics
A 74.1 kg climber is using a rope to cross between two peaks of a mountain as shown in the figure below. He pauses to rest near the right peak. Assume that the right side rope and the left side rope make angles of 48.0 and 11.16 with respect to the horizontal respectively. ...
October 15, 2012 by LS

physics
Marks: 1 In which of the following cases is the wavelength of the emitted radiation greatest? Choose one answer. a. Electron jumps from third orbit to second orbit. b. Electron jumps from third orbit to first orbit. c. Electron jumps from fourth orbit to first orbit. d. ...
May 1, 2011 by ashley --- HELP PLEASEE!!!

Physics 11
A man jumps from a great height and falls freely to the Earth. Another man jumps from the same height 1 s later. How much are the two men separated by, 2 s after the second man jumps? I'm not sure exactly how to tackle this question. I'm sure I'm making it more complicated ...
March 13, 2013 by Samuel

physics
A small first-aid kit is dropped by a rock climber who is descending steadily at 1.6 m/s. After 1.6 s, what is the velocity of the first-aid kit? The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2. 2)How far is the kit below the climber after the 1.6 s?
November 12, 2010 by john

trig confused.. pls help
A group of mountain climbers are using trigonometry to find the height of a mountain located in the Rockies. From point A, which is due west of the mountain, the angle of elevation to the top is 56 degrees. From point B, which is due east of the mountain, the angle of ...
May 3, 2011 by Mhy

physics
consider the 52 kg climber. find the tension in the rope and the force that the climber must exert with her feet on the vertical rock face to remain stationary. assume that the force is exerted parallel to her legs. also, assume negligible force exerted by her arms. what is ...
June 5, 2013 by kim

physics
. A rescue helicopter lifts a stretcher case off a hillside. The injured climber and stretcher have a mass of 180 kg and the rope supporting them has a breaking force of 2000 N. Calculate: (a) the tension in the rope when the stretcher and climber are suspended from the rope ...
November 21, 2011 by as01

trig
A survey team is trying to estimate the height of a mountain above a level plain. From one point on the plain, they observe that the angle of elevation to the top of the mountain is 24. From a point 1000 feet closer to the mountain along the plain, they find that the angle of ...
October 10, 2012 by Anonymous

pre-cal
A survey team is trying to estimate the height of a mountain above a level plain. From one point on the plain, they observe that the angle of elevation to the top of the mountain is . From a point 1500 feet closer to the mountain along the plain, they find that the angle of ...
December 3, 2009 by ramla

Physic
If a person jumps 8.59m horizontelly and jumps at 23 degrees, what is his initial velocity? Plz and thank you.
March 9, 2010 by Mike

PreCal
Angel of Elevation: You are skiing down a mountain with a vertical height of 1500 feet. The distance from the top of the mountain to the base is 3000 feet. What is the angle of elevation from the base to the top of the mountain? Traveling at 25 miles per hour, how long does it...
January 18, 2012 by sammy

college physics
A 565 N mountain climber moves across a rope strung across a canyon. When she is more than halfway across, she notices the rope makes a 10.0 degree angle (from horizontal) behind her and a 25.0 degree angle (from horizontal) ahead of her. What are the tensions in the rope in ...
July 30, 2012 by Chris

Physics
A 565 N mountain climber moves across a rope strung across a canyon. When she is more than halfway across, she notices the rope makes a 10 degree angle (from horizontal) behind her and a 25 degree angle (from horizontal) ahead of her. What are the tensions in the rope in front...
July 24, 2012 by Chad

physics
A 52 g mountain climber, start from rest, climbs a vertical distance of 730 m. At top, she is again at rest. In the process, her body generates 4.1*10^6 J of energy via metabolic processes. Her body acts like a heat engine with efficiency ( W/Q_h.) W is the magnitude of work ...
November 18, 2010 by david

angles
A survey team is trying to estimate the height of a mountain above a level plain. From one point on the plain, they observe that the angle of elevation to the top of the mountain is 25 degrees. From a point 1225 feet closer to the mountain along the plain, they find that the ...
March 10, 2013 by tyler

physics
Q. A person wants to shoot a rocket off of a mountain 3.26 km high so that the rocket, when shot at 31.3 above the horizontal from the very top of the mountain, lands at the foot of the mountain 9.37 km (horizontal distance) away. a) What initial speed must the rocket have...
October 17, 2010 by Lyn

Univ Phys
In a mountain-climbing technique called the "Tyrolean traverse," a rope is anchored on both ends (to rocks or strong trees) across a deep chasm, and then a climber traverses the rope while attached by a sling as in the figure . This technique generates tremendous forces in the...
November 9, 2009 by Taylor

Math
In traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain in front of you. Its angle of elevation to the peak is 3.5 degrees. After you drive 13 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 9 degrees. Approximate the height of the mountain.
November 22, 2010 by Ashley

Math
In traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain in front of you. Its angle of elevation to the peak is 3.5 degrees. After you drive 13 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 9 degrees. Approximate the height of the mountain.
November 22, 2010 by Ashley

Math
In traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain in front of you. Its angle of elevation to the peak is 3.5 degrees. After you drive 13 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 9 degrees. Approximate the height of the mountain.
November 22, 2010 by Ashley

MATH
In traveling across flat land, you notice a mountain in front of you. Its angle of elevation to the peak is 3.5 degrees. After you drive 13 miles closer to the mountain, the angle of elevation is 9 degrees. Approximate the height of the mountain.
November 22, 2010 by Kourt

physics
the shape of sugarloaf mt. in rio de janeiro, brazil is such that if you were to kick a soccer ball hard enough, it could land near the base of the mountain without hitting the mountain's side. Suppose the ball is kicked horizontally with an initial speed of 9.37 m/s. if the ...
September 29, 2009 by Zoomba21

Free Fall
Thanks for the help with my previous problems. The acceleration to gravity on the moon is 1.6m/sec^2. If a rock is dropped into a crevasse, how fast it will be going just before it hits bottom 30 sec later? How far below the point of release is the bottom of the crevasse? If ...
November 3, 2006 by Jen

brilient stars
there is a frog inside a well 40m deep.the frog jumps 3m high and falls back 2m . in how many jumps will it come out of the well?
May 9, 2014 by susan

brilint stars
there is a frog inside a well 40 m deep. the frog jumps 3 m high and falls back 2m . in how many jumps will it come out of the well ? (answer is 38 ) how
May 9, 2014 by susan

MATH
A FROG JUMPS A DISTANCE OF 25CM ON EACH JUMP.IF THE FROG JUMPS 6 TIMES ,HOW FAR DOES IT TRAVEL? EXPLAIN
November 23, 2011 by zack

physics
You see an optical illusion of an ever-upward spiral staircase. The climber trudges up and up and never gets anywhere, going in circles instead. Suppose the staircase is provided with a narrow ramp, allowing the tired stair-climber to push a wheelbarrow up the stairs. The ...
November 4, 2012 by Lance

Physics
A 60.9 kg climber is using a rope to cross between two peaks of a mountain as shown in the figure below. He pauses to rest near the right peak. Assume that the right side rope and the left side rope make angles of 26.7 and 14.33 with respect to the horizontal respectively. ...
October 15, 2013 by Sinisa

Physics
A frog with a mass of .14kg jumps by extending its legs 13.5cm, starting from rest in a time period of 112ms. What is the acceleration of the frog while it jumps?
September 20, 2010 by Meg

physics
The 49 kg climber is supported in the "chimney" by the friction forces exerted on his shoes and back. The climber has reduced push to verge of slip. The static coefficients of friction between his shoes and the wall, and between his back and the wall, are 1.2 and 0.8, ...
October 26, 2009 by K

Physics
Radio waves (419m) from a station travel along two paths from the transmitter to a house. The first path is direct, 27km, and the second path is by reflection from a mountain directly behind the house. No phase change occurs upon reflection from the mountain. What minimum ...
April 28, 2012 by Nu

physics
The distance from an observer on the plain to the top of a nearby mountain is 5.3 km, and the angle between this line and the horizonatal is 8.4 degrees. How tall is the mountain?
September 27, 2009 by Zoomba21

Physics
How would I determine the height of a mountain if I am given direction cosines of vectors from two points on the base of the mountain to the peak?
January 13, 2013 by Briana

English
1. There are many needle-leaved trees in the mountain. 2. There are many needle-leafed trees in the mountain. 3. There are many needle leaf trees in the mountain. 4. There are many broad-leafed trees in the mountain. 5. There are many broad-leaved trees in the mountain. 6. ...
September 12, 2012 by rfvv

physics
The distance from an observer on the plain to the top of a nearby mountain is 5.3km, and the angle between this line and the horizontal is 8.4 degrees. How tall is the mountain?
November 1, 2009 by britt

Algebra
A 5 digit positive integer is a "mountain number" if the first 3 digits are in ascending order and the last 3 digits are in descending order. For example, 35 761 is a mountain number, but 32 323 and 35 655 are not. How many 5 digit numbers greater than 70 000 are mountain ...
April 2, 2011 by Jack

calculus
Being some distance from a mountain a man looks up at a 9 degree angle to see the top of the moutain. he then moves 13 miles away from the mountains at looks up at a 3.5 degree angle to see the top of the mountain. How tall is the mountain?
December 4, 2011 by john

Geometry B CA
I put ^ next to the answer i put. can you tell me if im correct or not. and if not can you correct it for me and tell me what i did wrong? 1. The length of a rectangle is 6 1/2 inches and the width is 3 3/4 inches. What is the ratio, using whole numbers, of the length to the ...
April 12, 2011 by Jesicca

physics
Stemming a chimney. A rock climber of mass 71 kg wants to make her way up the crack between two rocks as shown in the figure below. The coefficient of friction between her shoes and the rock surface is S = 0.90. What is smallest normal force that she can apply to both ...
October 6, 2011 by Mel

Biology
Why would the population of mountain lions increase in the past 10 years even though humans were expanding into the mountain lion's habitat?
September 13, 2007 by Maggie R.

math trigonometry
From on point on the ground the angle of elevation to the peak of a mountain is 10.38 degrees and from another pont 15,560 feet closer to the mountain, the anle of elevation is 14.67 degrees. Both point are due south of the mountain. What is the height of the mountain? My ...
July 3, 2006 by katie

physics
. An inquisitive physics student and mountain climber climbs a 50.0-m cliff that overhangs a calm pool of water. He throws two stones vertically downward, 1.00 s apart, and observes that they cause a single splash. The first stone has an initial speed of 2.00 m/s. (a) How long...
February 24, 2012 by ai

geometry asap
I put ^ next to the answer i put. can you tell me if im correct or not. and if not can you correct it for me and tell me what i did wrong? 1. The length of a rectangle is 6 1/2 inches and the width is 3 3/4 inches. What is the ratio, using whole numbers, of the length to the ...
April 14, 2011 by Jesicca

language arts
true or false. 1. it is easy to walk across something impassable. 2. ice sheets floating on water are called floes. 3. land that is barren has many plants and animals. 4. a crevasse is a deep crack.
March 29, 2013 by emily

Elementary Algebra
the width of a garden is 4 times it width the wall of her house forms one width of the triangle he uses 45 feet of fencing for the other 3 sides of his garden what are the length and width of his garden. what is the answer
February 8, 2013 by Dena

biology
If a new family of mountain lions moved into the ecosystem, how wouls that affect the original mountain lion populatoin short and long term
September 12, 2007 by stacie

Math
a Frog is at the bottom of a 21 foot well. The frog jumps up 4 feet, and then falls back 2 feet. How many jumps will it take for the frong to jump out of the well?
March 1, 2011 by Haley

Physics
In principle, anytime someone jumps up, the earth moves in the opposite direction. To see why we are unaware of this motion, calculate the recoil speed of the earth when a 65.0 kg person jumps upward at a speed of 1.70 m/s. v=?
March 8, 2011 by Mely

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