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Physics
Biomedical measurements show that the arms and hands together typically make up 13.0% of a person's mass, while the legs and feet together account for 37.0% . For a rough (but reasonable) calculation, we can model the arms and legs as thin uniform bars pivoting about the ...
February 23, 2012 by john

Physics help please!!!
Biomedical measurements show that the arms and hands together typically make up 13.0% of a person's mass, while the legs and feet together account for 37.0% . For a rough (but reasonable) calculation, we can model the arms and legs as thin uniform bars pivoting about the ...
February 23, 2012 by john

Physics
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is buffing up her 0.53 meter long arms by bench pressing. In 35 seconds she can lift 38 kilograms of mass 23 times. How powerful are Buffy's arms?
March 10, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
Buffy the Vampire Slayer is buffing up her 0.53 meter long arms by bench pressing. In 35 seconds she can lift 38 kilograms of mass 23 times. How powerful are Buffy's arms?
March 10, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
A nut-cracker has arms o.4m long and a nut is placed 0.05m from the hinge. Calculate the resistance of the shell if it is broken by a force of 100N applied at the end of the cracker(Assume that all forces are parallel)
June 12, 2014 by benjieo

physics
A nut-cracker has arms o.4m long and a nut is placed 0.05m from the hinge. Calculate the resistance of the shell if it is broken by a force of 100N applied at the end of the cracker(Assume that all forces are parallel)
June 12, 2014 by benjieo

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 22, 2010 by I

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 22, 2010 by Isabel

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 23, 2010 by Isabel

Physics
Mercury is poured into the open end of a J-shaped glass tube, which is closed at the short end, trapping air in that end. How much mercury can be poured in before the mercury overflows? Assume air to act like an ideal gas. The long and short arms are 1 m and 0.5 m long, ...
February 23, 2010 by Isabel

Physics Urgent please help
A figure skater stands on one spot on the ice(assumed frictionless) and spins around with her arms extended. When she pulls in her arms, her moment of inertia decreases to 3/4 of the initial value. Assume that her spin angular momentum is conserved. What is the ratio of her ...
November 11, 2013 by rosa

Math
Snowflakes have six identical arms. Using the centre of the snowflake as the point of rotation,what is the smallest positive angle through which you could rotate the snowflake so the arms line up?(The rotated snowflake would match the appearance of its original position.) ...
May 16, 2012 by Cherie

Physics
A figure skater is spinning with her arms out wide. Will she spin faster or slower if she tucks in her arms? Why?
October 7, 2010 by Cassy

physics
A BOY IS HANGING FROM A BRANCH OF A TREE THE TENSION IN THEW ARMS WILL BE MAXIMUM WHEN THE ANGLE BETWEEN THE ARMS IS
July 2, 2011 by NEEHARIKA

history
coat of arms for the yarnall family When I searched on Google for "coat of arms" Yarnell, this is the result I found: http://www.houseofnames.com/xq/asp.c/qx/yarnell-coat-arms.htm No results found! So I guess you are free to make up your own!! =) Ooops! I spelled it wrong. Try...
January 24, 2007 by helen

Social Studies (France and nuclear arms)
can anyone educate me about why france should have the right to nuclear arms?? and be specific about what the arms and rights are? please please please! i need to argue about it. thank you!
June 8, 2009 by ellie

Literature
Which of the following excerpts is the best example of persuasion through an appeal to reason? a. "Has Great Britian any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of naives and armies?" b. "They are sent over to bind and rivet upon those chains ...
November 22, 2007 by Anonymous

physics
An ice skater has a moment of inertia of 2.3 kg * m^2 when his arms are outstretched and a moment of inertia of 1.0 kg * m^2 when his arms are tucked in close to his chest. If he starts to spin at an angular speed of 2.0 rps (revolutions per second) with his arms outstretched...
April 11, 2011 by Dorian

Physics
The "Great Swing" at a country fair consists of a vertical central shaft with a number of horizontal arms attached at its upper end. Each arm supports a seat suspended from a 5.00m long rod, the upper end which is fastened to the arms at a point of 3.00m from the central shaft...
November 3, 2010 by Anonymous

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

Literature
Which of the following excerpts is the best example of persuasion through an appeal to reason? a. "Has Great Britian any enemy, in this quarter of the world, to call for all this accumulation of naives and armies?" b. "They are sent over to bind and rivet upon those chains ...
November 24, 2007 by Anonymous

physics
A figure skater is spinning at a rate of 1.7 rev/s with her arms outstretched. She then draws her arms in to her chest, reducing her rotational inertia to 62% of its original value. What is her new rate of rotation?
December 4, 2007 by stephanie

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
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center. When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be ...
November 7, 2007 by Christina

Physics
A monkey hangs from a tree by both arms in an effort to catch his breath. If he has a mass of 65.0 kg, what is the tension of the monkey's arms as he hangs in place?
December 8, 2008 by cookie monster

physics
someone spinns with an angular velocity of 4.55rad/s with arms held out. his rotational inertia is 2.7kgm^2. whn the he pulls his arms in his angular velocity increases to 7.60rad/s. what is his rotary ek?
January 26, 2011 by ricki

Physics
A figure skater is spinning with an initial angular speed of 6.9rad/s. She then pulls her arms in, reducing her moment of inertia to 0.38 times its original value. What is her angular speed after pulling in her arms?
March 8, 2012 by Jackie

PHYSICS NEED HELP FAST
someone spinns with an angular velocity of 4.55rad/s with arms held out. his rotational inertia is 2.7kgm^2. whn the he pulls his arms in his angular velocity increases to 7.60rad/s. what is his rotary ek?
January 27, 2011 by ricki

physics
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center. When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be ...
April 12, 2008 by Erin

Vectors
Using a vector diagram explain why it i easier to do chinups when your hands are 30cm apart instead of 90cm apart. (Assume the force that is excerted by your arms are the same in both cases
May 13, 2010 by Marie

physics
If you are holding a 20kg dumbbell straight out at arms length assuming your arm is .69 m long, what tourque is the dumbbell exerting on the shoulder?
February 15, 2012 by Michelle

Physics
A person on a rotating stool with arms stretched out rotates at an angular speed of 5.00 rad/s. On bringing in his arms, the angular speed increases to 7.50 rad/s. By what factor does the moment of inertia change?
November 4, 2013 by Mikhail

SS Help!
The 2nd amendment is "the right of the people to keep and use bear arms". what does Right to keep and bear arms means??? (please tell in a 7th grade level)
April 10, 2012 by Laruen

physics
you are holdong a 6kg dumbell straight out at arms length, assuming your arm is .70m long, what torque is the dumbell exerting on your shoulder?
June 20, 2010 by mike

Physics
An ice skater spins with his arms outstretched. When he pulls his arms in and raises them above his head he spins much faster than before. Did a torque act on the ice skater? If not how could his angular velocity have increased?
February 12, 2010 by Nate

Physics
A figure skater spinning in a circle and dazzling the Olympic judges brings her arms together for a final flourish. 1. Does her angular momentum increase, decrease, or stay the same after she pulls her arm in? 2. Does her angular velocity increase, decrease, or stay the same ...
May 2, 2014 by Michelle

physics
In a long jump, an athlete leaves the ground with an initial angular momentum that tends to rotate his body forward, threatening to ruin his landing. To counter this tendency, he rotates his outstretched arms to "take up" the angular momentum. In 0.393 s, one arm sweeps ...
March 15, 2011 by jr

physics
A nut-cracker has arms o.4mlong and a nut is plsaced 0.05 from the hinge. Calculate the resistance of the shell if it is broken by a force of 100N applied at the end of the cracker(assume that all the forces are parallel)
June 12, 2014 by benjieo

PHYICS HELP
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in .530s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. 1) What is the ...
February 15, 2012 by BoB

ice skater world problem
A skater spins with an angular speed of 12.4 rad/s with her arms outstretched. She lowers her arms, decreasing her moment of inertia by a factor of 8.00. Ignoring friction on the skates, what will be the skater's final angular speed?
April 26, 2010 by Tessa

Statistics
What electrical changes occur in muscles as they get tired? student subjects are instructed to hold their arms above their shoulders as long as they can. Meanwhile, the electical activity in their arm muscles is measured. This is
December 13, 2011 by Anonymous

Statistics
What electrical changes occur in muscles as they get tired? student subjects are instructed to hold their arms above their shoulders as long as they can. Meanwhile, the electical activity in their arm muscles is measured. This is
December 13, 2011 by Anonymous

Physics
Amy age 8 27kg 127cm Bruce age 12 41kg 149cm Both Amy and Bruce are learning gymnastics and having trouble being able to get enough height and time in the air to do a back somersault without the coach spotting them. The coach gives them homework to just focus on jumping ...
December 15, 2012 by Tom

physics
while moving out of her dorm room bridget carries a 12kg box to her car, holding in both arms. how much force must be exertrd by each of her arms to supprt the box b) how will this force change if bridget holds the box with only one arm.?
October 11, 2007 by confuseedd and do not like physics

Physics Help
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in 1/2 s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. (a) What is the ...
February 14, 2012 by D.J

Biology
When elongated, tube-shaped cells from the lining of the intestine are treated with a certain chemical, the cells sag and become round blobs. The internal structures disrupted by this chemical are probably _____. A. cell junctions B. microtubules C. rough endoplasmic reticulum...
December 11, 2011 by Anonymous

Physics
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in .530s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. (a) What is the ...
February 16, 2012 by GG

Physics Help
While a person is walking, his arms swing through approximately a 45° angle in .530s. As a reasonable approximation, we can assume that the arm moves with constant speed during each swing. A typical arm is 70.0 cm long, measured from the shoulder joint. (a) What is the ...
February 16, 2012 by GG

physic angular momentum and torque
What is the angular momentum of a figure skater spinning at 2.7rev/s with arms in close to her body, assuming her to be a uniform cylinder with a height of 1.6m , a radius of 14cm , and a mass of 50kg How much torque is required to slow her to a stop in 4.4s , assuming she ...
March 29, 2014 by sammy

Physics
A figure skater rotates about a vertical axis through her center with both arms and one leg extended. Her rotation rate is 0.65 rev/s. She then pulls her arms and leg closer to her body and begins to spin at a 1.85 rev/s. What is the ratio of her new moment of inertia to her ...
April 5, 2013 by Denise

GOVERNMENT HELP
All of the following are implied powers of Congress EXCEPT the power to a. set maximum work hours b. restrict arms sales c. fund education programs d. censor radio and TV programs I think it's b. restrict arms sales because I think that's for the states. Can someone please ...
February 26, 2007 by Suzi

science
I have a beak like a bird And my arms are like snakes I hav more ink than a pen But I write to confuse What am I What animal has arms (or legs) that are like snakes? Look to the water. Although I haven't solved the riddle for you, I hope the additional hint might help. Thanks ...
March 5, 2007 by taryn

Physical
Tarzan, who has a mass of 85.0kg, is going to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a 4.0m long hanging vine. If his arms are capable of exerting a force of 1500N on the rope, what is the maximum speed he can tolerate at the tolerate at the lowest point of his swing?
November 4, 2010 by Sui

biology - number of feet
Are there any animals with an odd number of feet? Humans have two feet, dogs have four and spiders have eight. By feet, I mean external appendages. I realize starfish have five arms, but it turns out these arms are not actually used for locomotion.
December 20, 2008 by Leo

physics
Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a hanging vine. If his arms are capable of exerting a force of 1820 N on the rope, what is the maximum speed (in meters/second) he can tolerate at the lowest point of his swing? His mass is 83.0 kg, and the vine is 11.0 ...
March 10, 2012 by jess

physic
Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a hanging vine. If his arms are capable of exerting a force of 1820 N on the rope, what is the maximum speed (in meters/second) he can tolerate at the lowest point of his swing? His mass is 83.0 kg, and the vine is 11.0 ...
March 12, 2012 by vickie

physics
Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc from a hanging vine. If his arms are capable of exerting a force of 1720 N on the rope, what is the maximum speed (in meters/second) he can tolerate at the lowest point of his swing? His mass is 81.0 kg, and the vine is 12.0 ...
March 14, 2013 by Nicole

Physics
The Spinning Figure Skater. The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center . When his hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and...
March 27, 2007 by Karla

World History
What was the most important factor in the British conquest of India during the eighteenth century? A. willingness of the British government to pay for an invasion. B. political disunity in India. C. superiority of British arms. D. addiction of millions of Indians to opium. I ...
May 25, 2011 by Joe

Social Studies (France and nuclear arms)
follow up question: what are some reasons that france have the right to nuclear arms? i know that in general it's for security and power but i dont know the specifics...... security, it's not like they have any threats right? and power.. im not sure what to say about that
June 9, 2009 by ellie

spelling
long vowel what about long vowels? A long vowel says its name. Example. long a - fA vor, pAy, long e - lE ver sEep long i - bIke, rIght long o - Open, clOse long u - flU , slUe
September 21, 2006 by bayatt

Physics
Tom Brady (the Patriots’ quarterback) throws a football – at a speed of 30 mph at an angle of 50 degrees to the horizontal – toward an intended receiver 20 yd straight downfield behind the goal-line. The pass is released 7.5 ft above the ground. Assume that the receiver is ...
April 29, 2012 by Bob

Physics - ice skating
An ice skater pulls three small children, one behind the other, with masses 25kg, 31kg, and 35kg. Assume that the ice is smooth enough to be considered frictionless. If the skater is holding onto the 25kg child, find the tension in the arms of the next child in line.
August 5, 2010 by Shaila

Networking
Assume that an average SNMP response message is 100byte long. Assume that a manager sends 40 SNMP Get commands each second. What percentage of a 100 Mbps LAN link’s capacity would the resulting response traffic represent?
September 13, 2011 by Rochelle

physics
an olympic long jumper i capable of jumping 8.0 m. Assuming hi horizonal speed is 9.1 m/s as he leaves the ground, how long is he in the air and how high doe he go? Assume that he lands standing upright that is, the same way he left the ground.
January 5, 2012 by taylor

Math
Hey can anybody please help me with this? Im stuck? I got the first part right, but I dont really know. Ok here's the problem: Annie kept track of the cars she saw on the highway? She saw twice as many Toyotas as Skyalks. The number of Pintos was eight less than the number of ...
September 16, 2010 by Anonymous

HIS 115
Use the information in the Gutiérrez Map to answer the following questions: • How and where are Native Americans presented on this map? • How might have the map’s indication of where Native Americans lived strengthened European claims of sovereignty? • What do the Spanish and...
October 2, 2009 by Latoya

physics
Assume that a small sugar cube has sides 1 cm long. If you had a box containing 1 mol of cubes and lined them up side by side, how long would the line be (1 mol = 6.02 x 10^23)?
September 7, 2012 by Mark

Networking
Assume that an average SNMP response message is 100 bytes long. Assume that a manager sends 40 SNMP Get commands each second. What percentage of a 128 kbps WAN link would the response message represent?
April 18, 2012 by Bob

Physics _ Please please help
The cross-sectional area of the U-tube shown below is uniform and is equal to one square centimeter (1.00cm^2). One end is open to the atmosphere. Atmosphere pressure may be taken as P1=1.01 * 10^5 Pa. The other end of the U-tube is connected to a pipe in which a constant gas ...
August 10, 2011 by Sonya

Physics
. (a) Calculate the angular momentum of an ice skater spinning at 6.00 rev/s given his moment of inertia is 0.400 kg ⋅ m2. (b) He reduces his rate of spin (his angular velocity) by extending his arms and increasing his moment of inertia. Find the value of his moment of ...
July 14, 2013 by Justin

physics
(a) Calculate the angular momentum of an ice skater spinning at 6.00 rev/s given his moment of inertia is 0.490 kg·m2. (b) He reduces his rate of spin (his angular velocity) by extending his arms and increasing his moment of inertia. Find the value of his moment of inertia if ...
July 17, 2013 by Wendy

physics
4. An ice skater pulls three small children, one behind the other, with masses 25kg, 31 kg and 35kg. Assume that the ice is smooth enough to be considered frictionless, determine: a) the total force applied to the train of children if they reach a speed of 3.5m/s from rest in ...
October 24, 2010 by Sandy

Macroeconomics
(Monetary Policy and Aggregate Supply) Assume that the economy is initially in long-run equilibrium. Using an AD–AS diagram, illustrate and explain the short-run and long-run impacts of an increase in the money supply.
June 15, 2013 by Mike

physics
Low E on a guitar vibrates at 82.4 Hz and the guitar is 62.8 cm long. How long would the same string have to be to vibrate at high E 329.6 Hz. Assume that both strings vibrate at the fundamental frequency for the string.
May 6, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
Tarzan plans to corss a gorge by swinging in an arc form a hanging vine. If his arms are capable of exerting a force of 1400 N on the rope, what is the maximum speed he can tolerate at the lowest point of his swing? his mass is 80 kg and the vine is 4.8 m long. Ok If i\'m ...
September 6, 2009 by Physics

physic
Before practicing his routine on the rings, a 67 kg gymnast hangs motionless, with one hand grasping each ring and his feet touching the grounnd. Both arms make an angle of 24 degrees with the vertical.(a) If the force exerted by the rings on each arm has a magnitude of 290 N...
November 6, 2011 by taylor

Physics
A solenoid has N=1760.0 turns, length d=40 cm , and radius b=0.4 cm, (b<<d) . The solenoid is connected via a switch, S1 , to an ideal voltage source with electromotive force ϵ=7 V and a resistor with resistance R=25 Ohm . Assume all the self-inductance in the ...
May 23, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
An ice skater spins about a vertical axis at an angular speed of 15 rad s−1 when her arms are outstretched. She then quickly pulls her arms into her sides in a very small time interval so that the frictional forces due to ice are negligible. Her initial moment of inertia...
March 15, 2012 by swapnali

math
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
August 23, 2011 by apryl

ALGEBRA
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
May 6, 2012 by Randy

ALGEBRA
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
May 18, 2012 by Monic

Math
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
August 5, 2012 by JC

physics
an ice skater spins about a vertical axis at an angular speed of 15 rad/s when her arms are outstreched . she then quickly pulls her arms into her sides in a very small time interval so that the frictional force due to ice are negligible.her initial moment of inertia about the...
February 11, 2012 by ashely

ALGEBRA
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
May 20, 2012 by Mike

ALGEBRA
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
May 20, 2012 by Chris

math
Calculate the monthly finance charge for the following credit card transaction. Assume that it takes 10 days for a payment to be received and recorded and that the month is 30 days long. Assume 365 days in a year. (Round your answer to the nearest cent.) $3,000 balance, 21% ...
August 13, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics ***HELP***
please explain how you got the answer car A - 20m/s car B - 30m/s Assume that both cars are 5m long. Suppose that car B is 20m behind car A is attempting to overtake car A. How long will it take for car B to arrive 10m ahead of car A?
July 3, 2008 by Tom

Physics
A woman stands at the center of a platform. The woman and the platform rotate with an angular speed of 4.00 rad/s. Friction is negligible. Her arms are outstreched, and she is holding a dumbbell in each hand. In this position the total moment of inertia of the rotating system...
March 21, 2007 by CJ

Physics
A solenoid has N=1760.0 turns, length d=40 cm , and radius b=0.4 cm, (b<<d) . The solenoid is connected via a switch, S1 , to an ideal voltage source with electromotive force ϵ=7 V and a resistor with resistance R=25 Ohm . Assume all the self-inductance in the ...
May 22, 2013 by Anonymous

Physics
A solenoid has N=1568.0 turns, length d=32 cm , and radius b=0.2 cm, (b<<d) . The solenoid is connected via a switch, S1 , to an ideal voltage source with electromotive force ϵ=13 V and a resistor with resistance R=25 Ohm . Assume all the self-inductance in the ...
May 23, 2013 by Annoyingmous

math
what is the pattern of 6 starfish with 5 arms each.
November 3, 2011 by nr

Economics
What is medical arms race (MAR)?
April 15, 2010 by Ryan

US HISTORY
What is the arms race and how does it fit with containment?
March 14, 2011 by Anonymous

Math
How do you do a number pattern for 8 starfish with 5 arms
April 14, 2011 by Evelyn

Physics
Skydiver Joseph Kittinger, record for the longest jump, reaches a terminal speed of 60m/s with his arms and body fully extended. Then, he switches to a head first dive, reducing his cross section area by 80% (that is, his cross section area when head-first is only 20% of his ...
October 26, 2010 by Gharib

chem
eon is 1 billion yrs (1x10^9)how long is this in min Assume 1 year=365.25 days
June 18, 2010 by Dawn

English
1. He seldom tatoos roses on his arms. 2. He sometimes woos when he meets a pretty lady at a meeting. 3. He seldom tatooes roses on his arms. 4. He sometimes wooes when he meets a pretty lady at a meeting (Which ones are grammatical?) 5. He tatooed a dragon on his body. 6. A ...
March 18, 2013 by rfvv

FOCUS
Could you find the Coat of Arms for the last name Staskiewicz?
February 21, 2009 by Anonymous

Math
write a number pattern for 8 starfish each has 5 arms.
December 13, 2010 by Alexis

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