Saturday

November 28, 2015
Number of results: 29,222

**Algebra**

Hang time? If a basketball player has a vertical leap of about 30 inches, what is his hang time? V-48T^2 Hang time to the nearest tenth in seconds. :-)
*May 4, 2012 by ShelbyA*

**physics**

The hang-time of a basketball player who jumps a vertical distance of 2 feet (0.61 m) is about 0.70 second. What will be the hang-time if the player reaches the same height while jumping 3 feet (0.91 m) horizontally?
*October 13, 2011 by jen*

**algebra**

IF a pro basketball player has a vertical hang-time of about 35 inches, what is his hang-time? Use hang-time function V=48T^2. This is how I have started this question 35=38T^With this my answer is 0.854, -0.854 Is this right?
*May 4, 2009 by aimee*

**ALGEBRA**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 35 inches what is his hang-time? Use the hang-time function V=48T^2. Thank you I did mess up the typing last time didn't I?
*May 4, 2009 by aimee*

**math**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 35 inches, what is his hang time? Use the hang-time function V = 48T²
*April 24, 2011 by Juan*

**Math**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 35 inches, what is his hang time? Use the hang-time function V = 48T²
*April 24, 2011 by Julie*

**algebra**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 20in., what is his hang time? Use the hang time function v=49t^2
*November 9, 2011 by Smith*

**algebra**

1. If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 20 inches, what is his hang time? Use the hang-time function V=48 T^2 2.10x^4-11x^2+3=0
*January 3, 2012 by Pinky P*

**Algebra**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of 25 inches, what is his hang time? Use the hang time function V = T^2 Hang time is _________ seconds. Simplify the answer. Type an integer or a decimal Round to the nearest tenth. The answer I came up with is .52 seconds. Can ...
*August 17, 2010 by Lori*

**math-- algebra**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 25 inches, what is his hang time? Use the hang-time function V=48T^ I am having major problems here!!! I need help.
*March 27, 2011 by tracie*

**physics**

A basketball player can jump to a height of 1.1 m off the ground, so he can easily dunk a basketball.For such a leap, what is his "hang time" - the time spent in the air after leaving the ground and before touching down again?
*September 14, 2015 by Ninie*

**algebra-is this right**

A basketball player has a vertical leap of about 36 in. If the equation d=48t^2 describes his hang time t as a function of his vertical leap d. what is his hang time? Show your work. 36=48t^2 t^2=3/4 t=(1/2)sqrt(3)seconds
*April 25, 2010 by dan*

**math**

Use the function V(T) = 18T2. A basketball player has a vertical leap of 38.5 inches. What is their hang time to the nearest hundredth of a second? Hint: T is your time in seconds.
*January 23, 2012 by chelsea*

**physics**

a basketball player achieves a hang time of 0.996 s in dunking the ball. What vertical height will he attain?
*October 21, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A basketball player achieves a hang time of 1.07 s in dunking the ball. What vertical height will he attain? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2.
*February 1, 2011 by Anonymous*

**algebra II**

If a pro basketball player has a vertical leap of about 25 inches, what would his hang time be? Use V=48T^2 Answer:_______seconds.
*October 23, 2010 by Smith*

**MATH**

IF HANG TIME FOR A SHOT BY A PROFESSIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYER IS O.85 SECONDS WHAT IS THE VERTICAL DISTANCE OF THE JUMP ROUNDED TO THE NEAREST TENTH OF A FOOT?
*April 25, 2012 by lISA*

**physics**

A basketball player achieves a hang time of 0.75 s in dunking the ball. What vertical height will he attain? The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Answer in units of m
*September 24, 2014 by ashlie*

**math**

Okay I got this question on a test. I am not sure what I am supposed to do here. Can you show me how I would go about solving this. A basketball player can jump 33in vertically. Find his hang time. Round to the nearest tenth. Thanks
*June 6, 2010 by jose*

**physics**

Here's a basketball problem: A 83.0 kg basketball player is running in the positive direction at 7.5 m/s. She is met head-on by a 101.6 kg player traveling at 5.3 m/s toward her. If the 101.6 kg player is knocked backwards at 3.4 m/s, what is the resulting velocity of the 83.0...
*November 2, 2012 by shyne*

**English**

1. The basketball player threw the ball into the basket. 2. The basketball player threw the ball in the basket. 3. The basketball player threw the ball on the board so that it can go into the basket. 4. The basketball player threw the ball onto the basketball board and it came...
*October 6, 2013 by rfvv*

**Math Probability??**

I do not know how to figure out his next shot. A basketball player has made 34 of her last 42 freethrow attempts. What probability would you assign to the player’s next free throw being successful? Explain your reasoning. 34/42 = 17/21 I would assume that that the basketball ...
*April 28, 2010 by bwb*

**Math-Probability**

I do not know how to figure out his next shot. A basketball player has made 34 of her last 42 freethrow attempts. What probability would you assign to the player’s next free throw being successful? Explain your reasoning. 34/42 = 17/21 I would assume that that the basketball ...
*April 28, 2010 by Bart*

**Physics**

A soccer player kicks a football frombground level with an initial velocity of 27.0m/s, 30deg. Solve for the: A. Ball's hang time B. Range C. Max Height Ignore air resistance. (Hint: hang time refers to the time the ball is in the air.)
*November 21, 2012 by Candice*

**Math**

The formula y=1+1.4ln(x+1) models the average number of free-throws a basketball player can make consecutively during practice as a function of time, where x is the number of consecutive days the basketball player has practiced for two hours. After how many days of practice ...
*April 19, 2013 by Gage*

**physics **

A 78 g basketball is launched at an angle of 45.4◦ and a distance of 10.1 m from the basketball goal. The ball is released at the same height (ten feet) as the basketball goal’s height. A basketball player tries to make a long jump-shot as described above. The ...
*November 20, 2014 by Maddie*

**Physics help!!**

Assume: A 78 g basketball is launched at an angle of 56.8◦ and a distance of 10.4 m from the basketball goal. The ball is released at the same height (ten feet) as the basketball goal’s height. A basketball player tries to make a long jump-shot as described above. The ...
*October 20, 2011 by Louis*

**PHYSICS**

Assume: A 78 g basketball is launched at an angle of 46.7 ◦ and a distance of 18.6 m from the basketball goal. The ball is released at the same height (ten feet) as the basketball goal’s height. A basketball player tries to make a long jump-shot as described above. The ...
*September 2, 2012 by Noah*

**math**

A basketball player is 6 ft. 4 in. tall and a volleyball player who is 1.75 m. 17. How tall is the basketball player in meters? How tall is the volleyball player in feet? (round to one decimal place)
*September 30, 2015 by Angie *

**AP Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 62 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in teh top 15 cm of this jump? How much total time does this player spend in the bottom 15 mc of this jump?
*September 9, 2007 by Kristen*

**physics**

A basketball player standing near the basket to grap a rebound, jumps 62 cm vertically. How much total time does the player speen in teh top 15 cm of the jump? How much total time does the player spend in the bottm 15 cm of this jump?
*September 9, 2007 by Kristen*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 65.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the top 10.7 cm of his jump
*December 17, 2011 by Sarah*

**physics**

A basketball player is standing on the floor 10.0 m from the basket as in Figure P4.50. The height of the basket is 3.05 m, and he shoots the ball at a 40.0o angle with the horizontal from a height of 2.00 m. (a) What is the acceleration of the basketball at the highest point ...
*March 16, 2013 by saad*

**physics**

A basketball player is standing on the floor 10.0 m from the basket as in the figure below. The height of the basket is H = 3.05 m, and he shoots the ball at an angle, θ = 37.6°, with the horizontal from a height of h = 2.20 m. (a) What is the acceleration of the ...
*September 9, 2012 by Des*

**Physics**

A 2.12 m tall basketball player wants to sink the ball into a basket located 14 m from the player, as in Figure P3.58. If he shoots the ball at a 46° angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard?
*January 28, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 73.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the top 15.4 cm of his jump? I never know which formula to use for these problems! Any help will be greatly appreciated.
*October 9, 2007 by Lindsay*

**math**

a basketball hoop is 120 inches above the court. a player is 62 inches tall. find the approximate distance between th top of the player's head and the basketball hoop.
*December 10, 2012 by shron*

**to ms.sue**

the basketball game is tied.your team has the ball.there is only enough time for one more shot.based only on the information in the table,which player would you choose to take the shot? why? player: shots missed: shots made: 12 5 1 6 5 2 0 3 3 2 9 4 3 4 5 5 11 6 4 6 7 1 1 ...
*April 10, 2012 by Celest*

**physics**

A basketball player entertains the crowd by spinning a basketball on his nose. The basketball has a mass of 0.622 kg and a radius of 0.116 m. If the basketball is spinning at a rate of 7.00 revolutions per second, determine the following. Treat the ball as a thin, spherical ...
*March 6, 2015 by alba*

**Physics**

A football player punts the football so that it will have a hang time of 4.5s and land 46m away. If the ball leaves the player's foot 1.5m above the ground, what must be (a) the magnitude and (b) angle (relative to the horizontal) of the ball's initial velocity?
*June 28, 2010 by Pat*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 73.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the bottom 15.4 cm of the jump? Ok...after this I swear I'm done! I just need someone to check my final answer, which is 0.0858 s.
*October 10, 2007 by Lindsay*

**physic**

A basketball player runs up and down a basketball court 3 complete times in 60 seconds the basketball court is 30 meter long what is the total distance traveled by the players
*February 28, 2013 by Dominique*

**physic**

A basketball player runs up and down a basketball court 3 complete times in 60 seconds the basketball court is 30 meter long what is the total distance traveled by the players
*February 28, 2013 by Dominique*

**physics- projectile motion**

A player passes a basketball to another player who catches it at the same level from which it was thrown. The initial speed of the ball is 7.1 m/s, and it travels a distance of 4.6 m. What was (a) the initial direction of the ball and (b) its time of flight?
*March 13, 2008 by Sugarplum*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 73.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the bottom 15.4 cm of the jump? I think I have this right, but I'd like someone to make sure. First I have to find the total time by plugging 73.6 ...
*October 9, 2007 by Lindsay*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 5.4 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and begins to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball?
*February 5, 2012 by Nett*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 4.6 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and beings to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball?
*November 3, 2013 by sahar*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 4.6 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and beings to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball?
*November 3, 2013 by sahar*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 4.6 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and beings to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball?
*November 3, 2013 by sahar*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 4.6 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and beings to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball?
*November 3, 2013 by sahar*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 73.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the bottom 15.4 cm of the jump? I've been told that I need to use the height of the jump to solve for V. Then I need to use that V in the equation...
*October 10, 2007 by Lindsay*

**Physics**

At the beginning of a basketball game, a referee tosses the ball straight up with a speed of 5.4 m/s. A player cannot touch the ball until after it reaches its maximum height and begins to fall down. What is the minimum time that a player must wait before touching the ball? I ...
*September 23, 2012 by Leah*

**Physics**

Two NBA players are revered for their ability to dunk a basketball, i.e., both players can jump very high. The first player is a tall, heavy center, and the second player is an average height, slim guard. The first player is 1.5 times the mass of the second player, and the ...
*July 4, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A basketball player, standing near the basket to grab a rebound, jumps 73.6 cm vertically. How much time does the player spend in the bottom 15.4 cm of the jump? I need someone to check my work. I got about 3.797 as the inital velocity. I plugged this into "x = vt + 1/2at^2" ...
*October 10, 2007 by Lindsay*

**physics**

A player passes a 0.600- basketball downcourt for a fast break. The ball leaves the player's hands with a speed of 8.40 and slows down to 7.20 at its highest point.
*September 16, 2012 by inaazrina*

**physics**

A player passes a 0.600- basketball downcourt for a fast break. The ball leaves the player's hands with a speed of 8.40 and slows down to 7.20 at its highest point.
*September 16, 2012 by inaazrina*

**physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 6.2 m/s in 1.9 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*September 7, 2010 by zac*

**physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 6.2 m/s in 1.9 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.I
*September 7, 2010 by bethany*

**physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 8.49 m/s in 1.89 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*October 10, 2011 by abbie*

**Physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 11.1 m/s in 2.30 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*December 13, 2011 by K*

**Physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 9.9 m/s in 2.0 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*August 30, 2012 by Gary*

**physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 5.17 m/s in 1.29 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*October 21, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 11.0 m/s in 2.58 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*September 7, 2014 by S*

**Physics**

In getting ready to slam-dunk the ball, a basketball player starts from rest and sprints to a speed of 6.20 m/s in 3.56 s. Assuming that the player accelerates uniformly, determine the distance he runs.
*September 29, 2015 by Natasha*

**physics**

A 1.85 m tall basketball player attempts a goal 9.3 m from a basket (3.05 m high). If he shoots the ball at a 45° angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard?
*March 14, 2013 by John Miller*

**physics**

A basketball player is balancing a spinning basketball on the tip of his finger. The angular velocity of the ball slows down from 18.0 to 14.7 rad/s, during the slow down the angular displacement is 85.4 rad. Determine the time it takes for the ball to slow down.
*April 13, 2013 by anonymous*

**Physics**

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 25.0 m/s at an angle of 57.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?
*February 7, 2010 by kelly*

**Physics**

Michael Jordan was said to have a hang time of 3 seconds. Use kinematic equations to determine the height to which MJ could leap if he had a hang time of 3 seconds. Hint: You are solving for distance!
*November 2, 2010 by Lilly*

**physics**

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 23.0 m/s at an angle of 58.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?
*January 16, 2011 by shannon*

**physics**

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 24.2 m/s at an angle of 58.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?
*February 5, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 24.8 m/s at an angle of 62.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?
*January 29, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics **

The punter on a football team tries to kick a football so that it stays in the air for a long "hang time." If the ball is kicked with an initial velocity of 25.2 m/s at an angle of 58.5° above the ground, what is the "hang time"?
*October 4, 2012 by Molly*

**English**

Need paragraph edited The influence of imagination also occurs in everyday life. An example of how the influence of imagination leads to a positive outcome is Michael Jordan becoming a famous basketball player. At a young age Michael Jordan dreamed about becoming a basketball ...
*November 26, 2009 by Sam*

**Help with Math**

The path of a basketball can be modeled by the equation h(d)=-0.13d^2+d+2. where h(d) is the height in meters or the basketball and d is the horizontal distance in meters from the player. How far does the ball travel horizontally before hitting the floor?
*July 22, 2008 by Rachel*

**physics**

A 67.5-kg basketball player jumps vertically and leaves the floor with a velocity of 1.66 m/s upward. (Take upward as positive and forward as positive.) (a) What impulse does the player experience? magnitude direction (up,down, back or zero) (b) What force does the floor exert...
*March 29, 2012 by sally*

**statistics**

Suppose a basketball player, Player A made 80% of her free throws last season and that she continues to shoot free throws at the same rate. Assume that free throw attempts are independent. Let the random variable X be the number of free throws that player A makes in her next ...
*February 21, 2011 by Alex*

**Physics**

When you jump upward, your hang time is the time your feet are off the ground. Does hang time depend on your vertical component of velocity when you jump, your horizontal component of velocity, or both? Defend your answer. Please help!!! Thank you in advance...
*April 28, 2013 by Chris*

**Physics**

A basketball of mass 0.70 kg is dropped from rest from a height of 1.22 m. It rebounds to a height of 0.64 m. How much mechanical energy was lost during the collision with the floor? A basketball player dribbles the ball from a height of 1.22 m by exerting a constant downward ...
*November 27, 2012 by Physics*

**Math**

A basketball player attempted 1789 free throws. He made 801 of of them. What is the probability that the player will make the next shot he attempts? Write the probability as a decimal rounded to the nearest hundredth.
*September 30, 2015 by Katie*

**physics**

A 1.8 tall basketball player attempts a goal 11 from the basket that is 3.05 high.If he shoots the ball at a 54 ◦ angle, at what initial speed must he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard? The acceleration of gravity is 9....
*October 21, 2012 by Haley*

**Probability & Statistics**

A basketball player shoots free throws and makes them with probability 1/3. What is the probability the player will miss three in a row?
*July 29, 2010 by anonymous*

**physics **

a 2.00 m tall basketball player is standing on the floor 10 m from the basket. if she shoots the ball at a 40 degree angle with the horizontal at what initial speed mjust he throw the basketball so that it goes through the hoop without striking the backboard? the height of ...
*October 3, 2011 by mark*

**physics**

A basketball player is standing on the floor 10.0 m from the basket as in the figure below. The height of the basket is H = 3.05 m, and he shoots the ball at an angle, è = 42.8°, with the horizontal from a height of h = 2.04 m. (a) What is the acceleration of the basketball at...
*October 7, 2014 by Jessica*

**English**

1. I would be glad to go with you. 2. I would be glad if I could go with you. 3. I would be glad if I went with you. (Does #1 mean #2 or #3?) 4. To watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro player. 5. If you could watch him play basketball, you would think him a pro...
*May 18, 2012 by rfvv*

**Statistics**

Suppose a basketball player, Player A, made 80% of her free throw attempts last season and that she continues to shoot free throws at the same rate. Assume that free throw attempts are independent. Let the random variable X be the number of free throws that player A makes in ...
*March 2, 2012 by Angel*

**Geometry**

During the half-time show of a football game, a trumpet player and a tuba player start at the same position on the field. The trumpet player then marches 76.4 ft directly toward the goal line, and the tuba player marches directly toward the sideline. At the end of their march...
*May 4, 2015 by Savanna *

**math**

A basketball player makes 110 out of 130 free throws. We would estimate the probability that the player makes the next free throw to be
*January 31, 2014 by Violet*

**Statistics **

Suppose a basketball player, Player A, made 80% of her free throw attempts last season and that she continues to shoot free throws at the same rate. Assume that free throw attempts are independent. Let the random variable X be the number of free throws that player A makes in ...
*March 2, 2012 by Angel*

**physical**

how many time outs do you get in a middle school backetball game. how many fouls have you gotten when you foul out of a middle school basketball game. what does B.E.E.F stand for? how long is a full time out. what is the size OF a girls basketball how high is the basketball ...
*April 17, 2012 by katie*

**geometry**

During the half-time show of a football game, a trumpet player and a tuba player start at the same position on the field. The trumpet player then marches 74.8 ft directly toward the goal line, and the tuba player marches directly toward the sideline. At the end of their march...
*March 25, 2012 by monique*

**Physics**

A basketball player throws the ball at a 36° angle above the horizontal to a hoop which is located a horizontal distance L = 8.2 m from the point of release and at a height h = 0.2 m above it. What is the required speed if the basketball is to reach the hoop?
*February 6, 2013 by Jada*

**physics**

A basketball star covers 2.70 m horizontally in a jump to dunk the ball (see figure). His motion through space can be modeled as that of a particle at a point called his center of mass (which we shall define in Chapter 9). His center of mass is at elevation 1.02 m when he ...
*February 18, 2011 by eric*

**physics**

A basketball player throws the ball at a 53degree angle above the horizontal to a hoop which is located a horizontal distance L = 2.4 m from the point of release and at a height h = 0.9 m above it.What is the required speed if the basketball is to reach the hoop?
*September 27, 2014 by karine*

**Physics please help desprate**

A basketball player throws the ball at a 38° angle above the horizontal to a hoop which is located a horizontal distance L = 5.6 m from the point of release and at a height h = 0.4 m above it. What is the required speed if the basketball is to reach the hoop?
*February 8, 2013 by Kaila*

**Physics**

A hockey player is standing on his skates on a frozen pond when an opposing player, moving with a uniform speed of 2.0 m/s, skates by with the puck. After 2.00 s, the first player makes up his mind to chase his opponent. If he accelerates uniformly at 0.10 m/s2, determine each...
*September 11, 2013 by <3*

**English**

1. There is a set of basketball uniform next to the basketball. 2. There is basketball uniform next to the basketball. 3. There are basketball uniforms next to the basketball. 4. There is a set of basketball uniform next to the basketball. (When there is a uniform, both the ...
*May 22, 2013 by rfvv*

**Physics**

A basketball player tries to make a half-court jump shot, releasing the ball at the height of the basket. Assuming that the ball is launched at 48.0°, 13.0 m from the basket, what speed must the player give the ball?
*October 18, 2009 by Shay*

**Physics**

A basketball player throws the ball at a 47degree angle above the horizontal to a hoop which is located a horizontal distance L = 8.4 m from the point of release and at a height h = 2.7 m above it. What is the required speed if the basketball is to reach the hoop? I'm trying ...
*September 18, 2015 by Ido*

**Physics**

a basketball player is trying to make a half-court ump shot and releases the ball at the height of the basket. assuming that the ball is launched at 51 degrees, 14 m from the basket, what speed must the player give the ball?
*April 18, 2010 by JJ*

**physics**

a basketball player tries to make a half court jumpshot releasing the ball at the height of the basket assuming the ball is lunch at 51 degrees 14 meters from the basket what velocity musta player give the ball
*February 9, 2015 by Anonymous*