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July 1, 2015

July 1, 2015

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**statistics **

34. Two students (say A, and B) are challenged to solve a problem in statistics. Suppose that the probability that A will solve the problem is 40%, the probability that B will solve the problem is 55%, and the probability that A or B will solve the problem is 25%. The ...
*June 30, 2015 by meri*

**Algebra**

Use the above graph of f(x) to complete the following table for values of its inverse function, f^{-1}(x). The graph has a point on (2,2)the y-intercept is 4 the x intercept is 3 x =-4, 8, 0, -2, 2 f^{-1}(x) Note: You can earn partial credit on this problem...
*June 7, 2015 by kim*

**PHYSICS**

Identify/name at least 1 biological science problem and prepare on how procedure on how to solve such problem then recommend solutions.
*December 4, 2013 by ASAP*

**Physics**

Write a projectile motion problem with the initial condition vi=15 m/s at 50° above the horizontal. Solve this problem for ∆x, max height, and time of flight.
*October 7, 2009 by Help*

**Algebra**

How do I work this problem, it is not a homework problem but a problem similar to a homework problem. I know i need to factor the left side of the problem. here is what I have so far.. x^2-2x+1=7 x^2-2x+1-7=7-7 x^2-2x-6=0 here is where I run into an issue, I can not seem to ...
*October 3, 2007 by Becca*

**Algenra**

How do I work this problem, it is not a homework problem but a problem similar to a homework problem. I know i need to factor the left side of the problem. here is what I have so far.. x^2-2x+1=7 x^2-2x+1-7=7-7 x^2-2x-6=0 here is where I run into an issue, I can not seem to ...
*October 3, 2007 by Becca*

**English**

1. The hospital is for certain people. 2. He has a certain problem. 3. He has a sure problem. 4. He is certain that the boy is diligent. -------------------------- Are they all grammatical? The meaning of 'certain' seems to be different. Does #2 mean #3? Is the meaning of '...
*November 16, 2014 by rfvv*

**English**

1. It's your problem, not my problem. 2. It's your problem, and it's not my problem. 3. It's your problem, but it's not my problem. (What does #1 mean? Does #1 mean #2 or #3? Or do you have another expression which is the full form of #1?) 4. I think the girl (to be) her. 5. I...
*July 6, 2009 by John*

**Physics**

Please help!!! Physics test!? I have a physics test tomorrow on projectile motion, and I don't feel ready for it. I'm having trouble in the class and I need to ace this test. The problem is I get confused when I get a problem. I don't know how to proceed. After I read the ...
*October 9, 2012 by Mike*

**Physics**

I was given a problem that has a triangle shape, which two sides should represent strings. The axial area that is rotating has an angle of 40 degrees. And it rotates by w (omega) = 1 Rad/Sec. I have to find tension of both the strings. How would I exactly start the problem? I...
*October 10, 2014 by Ailee*

**math**

What strategy did you use in solving this problem? 22. Suppose that you wanted to find the whole numbers represented by each of the letters in the following addition problem: Which problem-solving strategy might be most helpful to you in solving this problem? (You need not ...
*January 20, 2010 by kim*

**college physics**

how can i find heat capacity of silver without there being a temperature in the problem the problem only lists the mass of the silver
*April 22, 2010 by maxie j*

**dr wls - physics freak design problem**

wls, If you get a chance could you look at the "a bit challenging" problem down a little from here. I am not sure my idea is the best.
*February 10, 2008 by Damon*

**Management Accounting**

well i try to solve this problem but it look so complicated I need to cash buget what's the problem? check the problem i don't get it check the problem i don't get it
*November 8, 2006 by Erika Quezada*

**Physics - HELP! PLEASE**

The problem is from fundamentals of physics 9th edition by halliday. Here is a free download of the book since I couldn't post the graph (I had to write out link since site doesn't allow links to be posted): tripplew period sendspace period com/file/shrz0x I am having trouble ...
*September 18, 2011 by Linda*

**trig**

I'm trying to see if the teacher didn't give us the right problem or if I'm just not getting it. The problem is "re-write the expression without a fraction: 4/(1-sin x)". I can do it if the problem is sin squared x but I don't know how to solve the problem given. Pls help. thx
*September 19, 2009 by Priscilla*

**PHYSICS'S**

How much heat would it take to change 1.0kg of water at 20°C to steam at 110°C. I can't get the right answer that is 2.6×10^6J. Please tell me how can I solve this problem, I want to learn how to solve These problem plz help me.
*March 31, 2013 by Riana*

**physics**

PLEASE HELP!! I HAVE A TEST TOMORROW!! i just posted this problem but a very important drawing was left out! if Q=30 uC, q=5.0 uC, and d=30cm, what is the magnitude of the electrostatic force on q in N? (Ke= 8.99 x 10^9 Nm^2/C^2) (uC= micro coulombs) (u= 10^-6) d 2d O<---&...
*April 6, 2009 by Bobby*

**Physics **

The 56 kg man in the roller coaster car is sitting on a bathroom scale. If he is traveling at 40.9 m/s at the point shown and the radius of the vertical coaster track is 87 meters, to the nearest newton what does the scale read? What is the answer to the previous problem if ...
*November 2, 2014 by Sara*

**Calculus**

Given two problems: Problem A: Tau = Integral(0 to v) v/(q^2 - v^2) dv q = constant Problem B: Tau = Integral(V TO 0) v/(q^2 - v^2) dv q = constant Why is it that, SUBSTITUTION RULE is used in problem A, and QUOTIENT RULE is used in problem B? The two problems are somewhat ...
*December 19, 2007 by Anthony*

**Physics**

In 1989, Carl Lewis established a world record when he ran the 100 meter dash in 9.92 seconds. What was his average speed(in m/s) for the race? Remember to include your data, equation, and work when solving this problem. I am not sure how to do this problem. Please help!!
*March 29, 2009 by Jake*

**Physics**

What is the value of each of the angles of a triangle whose sides are 95, 150, 190 cm in length? I have tried to do this problem, don't get me wrong, but I don't really know where to go. Can someone tell me how to even approach this problem? The textbook states that the ...
*July 6, 2014 by Richard*

**Physics**

I believe this is a projectile motion problem with the angle = 0 degrees. A ball is thrown horizontally from the roof of a building 7.5 m tall and lands 9.5 m from the base. What was the ball's initial speed? How would I start off this problem? Or set it up throughout?
*September 25, 2014 by Lilian*

**Physics**

A copper wire with a length 2.0m, cross sectional area 7.1x10^-6 m^2 and young's modulus 11x10^10 N/m^2 has a 200kg load hung on it. What is its increase the length? (g=9.8 m/s^2) im not sure how to start this problem or what equation to use, can some one help me out with this...
*November 11, 2007 by BrOwN GuRL*

**Physics...Help please**

The problem is from fundamentals of physics 9th edition by halliday. Here is a free download of the book since I couldn't post the graph (I had to write out link since site doesn't allow links to be posted): tripplew period sendspace period com/file/shrz0x I am having trouble ...
*September 23, 2011 by Linda*

**Math**

Young and Company owes bond holders $5,500 interest at the end of each quarter for the next five years. How much must they deposit now at 8% interest compounded quarterly to yield an annuity payment of $5,500? -- I am pretty sure I know how to do the problem but I am just ...
*December 11, 2014 by Jennifer*

**julie&shawn, math**

The problem was actually 3 1/3 - 1 1/2= 10/3-3/2= 20/6-9/6=11/6, or 1 5/6 How did you get 1 and 5/6 from the problem: 3 and 1/3 minus 1 and 2/3 3 1/3 = 2 4/3 - 1 2/3 _____________________ 1 2/3 1 2/3 is the answer. Did you maybe copy the problem wrong?
*December 16, 2006 by Julie & Shawn*

**Math**

Could you help me with this problem? -2 5 Sorry couldn't type the problem correctly. The problem is 5 to the negative 2. I got 0.04 is the answer. Is this correct. Thank you.
*December 11, 2007 by Plse Help*

**Critical Thinking**

What are the characteristics of a problem and how might a problem present itself? Also, how should a problem be investigated and identified?
*January 13, 2009 by Linda*

**Physics**

Hi again, Can anyone help me with the physics problem I posted earlier today (Sunday) at 3:47 p.m. I would really appreciate it!!Thanks!
*March 23, 2009 by Brigid*

**Math**

Went ahead and did the HW the teach recommended but she did not post the answers and I would like to see if im on the right track. Problem 1: Are the vectors (2,−1,−3), (3, 0,−2), (1, 1,−4) linearly independent? Problem 2 : Is the set {x E R^4 : (x1 &#...
*May 11, 2013 by John Rose*

**Physics**

I have a physics problem and it's below.
*December 26, 2009 by Priscilla*

**physics**

A round ball bounces to 2m after being dropped from an undetermined height. To what height will it bounce if dropped from a height 2.5 times as high? (how do u even calculate this problem?). (or is it just a problem that cant be solved?)
*September 6, 2010 by joe*

**Ms. Sue PLZ HELP!!!(Civics)**

3. Which of the following statements best describes a foreign policy issue? A problem that affects every citizen on a single continent A problem that cannot be contained within a country’s borders *** A problem shared among people living in the same country A problem related ...
*May 17, 2015 by Anonymous*

**algebra**

i have a homework problem that i dont know how to do it the question to the problem says: Find the value of expression.identify the property used in each step and the problem is:7(10-1x3)
*October 14, 2010 by alejandra*

**Algebra**

My second question is in section 5.4, problem 39. x+4/x-2 < or = 1; Since the inequality in not , should the answer to this problem in the back of the book be: {x|x< or = 2}, or in interval notation: (-infinity, 2)? Please explain this problem. Thanks.
*January 11, 2013 by Mike P*

**Algebra- Middle**

My math question ask is 1/3(x-9) = 2x+7 greater than or less than 4/3(x+4)= -4x. The problem (1) answer = 6. Problem (2) answer = -1. Therefore problem (2) is less than problem (1). Are the answer to the equations correct. Sincerely
*January 13, 2015 by Kyle*

**Algebra 2**

The problem is 3x^2 - 26 + 35 (We have to factor it!) So, I did the problem, but I'm not sure how to write the final answer. This is what my problem looks like so far: 3x^2 - 26 + 35 (3x^2-21x)-(5x+35) 3x(x-7)-5(x+7) and this is where I have the problem. I know I need to put (...
*November 16, 2011 by Hal*

**beginning chemistry**

The problem says indicate the the number of sig. figs. that should be present in the answers to the following problem without solving the problem. 0.70 x 7.00 x 6.880= What is a sig.fig. and how can you find them without solving the problem? It doesn't make sense
*September 19, 2007 by Kimmi*

**English**

1. To come up with possible solutions to a problem is referred to as: A. decision making. B. concept mapping. C. critical thinking. D. problem solving. is it D 2. "Should I apply for a job or go for an internship?" is an example of which stage in the problem-solving process? A...
*March 21, 2013 by Amy*

**Algebra Question**

I did a problem and used the substitution method and it took me forever to solve by hand. Is there a shorter way to show how this problem was done. The problem was x+y+z=7,x-y+2z=7,2x+y+3z=15 The final answer came out to be x=4 z=2 y=1
*December 18, 2009 by mike*

**algebra 1**

Can someone please help me with this inequality problem -3-8>(4x+8)-8 I have no idea how to solve this problem but I would like to learn. Can you be kind to show me the steps so that I can use this as an example problem for other problems. Thanks!
*November 17, 2010 by thawk*

**Trig**

Find an equation for the hyperbola described. Foci at (-4,0) and (4,0); asymptote the line y= -x. Please explain the steps of this problem. My book does not get an example of this type of problem and I'm not having any luck working this problem.
*July 19, 2011 by EVJ*

**English**

1. He can not solve the math problem. 2. He cannot solve the math problem. 3. He can't solve the math problem. 4. He could not solve the math problem. 5. He couldnot solve the math problem. 6. He couldn't solve the math problem. (Are they all grammatical? What about #5? Is it ...
*July 16, 2013 by rfvv*

**math,correction**

Can someone correct these for me plz... Problem#6 Factor. x(x-5)-2(x-5) My answer is: (x-2)(x-5) Problem#7 Factor completely. x^2-x-6 My answer is: (x+2)(x-3) Problem#8 Factor completely. 35x^2+40x+5 My answer is: (7x+1)(5x+5) Problem #9 Factor by grouping. x^3-5x^2+2x-10 MY ...
*February 28, 2007 by jas20*

**chemistry**

I have been having a problem with solving a chemistry problem. The problem requires finding the density in copper at 1305K (the temperature changes when you reset the problem). I think I am using the proper formula, (N_v/N_s=Ae^-changeH_v/kT). My results are a very large ...
*November 17, 2013 by Al*

**chemistry**

I have been having a problem with solving a chemistry problem. The problem requires finding the density in copper at 1305K (the temperature changes when you reset the problem). I think I am using the proper formula, (N_v/N_s=Ae^-changeH_v/kT). My results are a very large ...
*November 17, 2013 by Al*

**physics**

sorry! trying to get the drawing correct! PLEASE HELP!! I HAVE A TEST TOMORROW!! i just posted this problem but a very important drawing was left out! if Q=30 uC, q=5.0 uC, and d=30cm, what is the magnitude of the electrostatic force on q in N? (Ke= 8.99 x 10^9 Nm^2/C^2) (uC= ...
*April 6, 2009 by Bobby*

**Physics**

When you see a traffic light turn red, you apply the brakes until you come to a stop. Suppose your initial speed was 12.9 m/s, and you come to rest in 35.0 m. How much time does this take? Assume constant deceleration. What equation do I use to solve this problem? You can show...
*October 4, 2012 by Chad*

**[Physics] super hard/long circuit problem**

I have this last one which is really long/hard. It's so long that I just decided to scan the whole problem. So here it is... and thanks everyone for the help so far! h t t p ://img201.imageshack.us/my.php?image=circuit5ij7.png *remember to delete spaces or it won't load!
*April 12, 2008 by Eileen*

**Physics Classical Mechanics**

Greco I am having a problem with the turntable (gyroscope) problem. The angular speed is 300 radians per second. I tried a couple of formulas including one by you. Maybe I am not converting the units properly. I could use some help. I tried several attempts all were wrong. I ...
*November 25, 2013 by Hil*

**Problem solving:for 3rd grade**

Write a real-world problem that you can solve by adding or subtracting.Then give your problem to a classmate to solve.
*October 25, 2012 by Jon*

**physics**

In the problem, please assume the free-fall acceleration g = 9.80 m/s2 unless a more precise value is given in the problem statement. Ignore air resistance. A stone is thrown vertically downward from the roof of a building. It passes a window 15.0 m below the roof with a ...
*September 4, 2012 by kevin*

**math...help please!**

ok i REALLY am stumped. please help! it is a sequence problem here is the problem.... 120,60,30 __, __, __. if you could give me the rule for this problem and the next 3 numbers that would be so great!!!!!!
*September 18, 2007 by Rebekka*

**algebra**

Could you please check my answer to this problem: Simplify the expression Original problem: (3x^2+10x-8)/(3x^2-17x+10) x (2x^2 + 9x -5)/(x^2 + 3x-4) The answer I got was: (3x +4)(x-2)/ (3x-2)(x-5) x (2x-1) ( x +5)/ (x +4) (x-1) so basically the problem could not be simplified...
*June 1, 2008 by Jennifer*

**Physics**

I have a hw problem that I know involves calculus, but I'm stumped. The number density of photons left over from the Big Bang has an energy dependence of the form n(E)=(E^2)/e^(E/T)−1, where E is the energy of the photon and T is the temperature of this relic radiation...
*October 20, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Hello! A falling piano reaches a velocity of 120 km/h. Find the kinetic energy if the mass of the piano is 357 kg. Ek= 1/2mv^2 Ek= 1/2(357)(33m/s)^2 Ek= 194386.5 J The problem is that my answer key has the answer 208kJ. What's my error? I have tried this problem many times. ...
*December 27, 2014 by Lucina*

**Probablity**

Samir had prepared the problem tests for Stages 1 to 5 of Geometry and Combinatorics for next week but forgot to label which test was for which stage. Since Samir didn't label them, the computer assigned them labels 1 through 5 randomly, with each label appearing only once. ...
*May 14, 2013 by Mathslover*

**physics**

A horizontal 791 N merry-go-round is a solid disk of radius 1.48 m, started from rest by a constant horizontal force of 50.0 N applied tangentially to the edge of the disk. Find the kinetic energy of the disk after 3.01 s. I am having trouble on which formula to exactly use ...
*November 11, 2008 by tom*

**Physics**

A particle moves with the acceleration a=2e(^-t)i+5cos(t)j In the instant when t=0 the particle is at the point r=i-3j with the velocity v=4i-3j. Calculate the velocity and position of the particle at any instant. I tried doing the problem and ended up just rearranging the ...
*November 8, 2012 by Leslie*

**Algebra II**

Solving the formula for the indicated variable. I=prt,for r I need help knowing how to solve this problem step by step. its easier with numbers and a fraction in the problem but this problem just threw me off.......HELP PLEASE!!!!
*January 30, 2011 by Attalah Higgs*

**Math**

This is a 3rd grade math problem that my son had on homework. Can you explain how to derive the answer for this problem? The problem, as wriitten, is below.... I have 10 thousands, 11 tens, 12 hundreds, and 0 ones. What number am I? Thank you
*November 2, 2012 by Math Mom*

**physics (mechanics)**

Practice problem: A rocket sled for testing equipment under large accelerations starts at rest and accelerates according to the expression: a= (2.8 m/s^3)t + (3.9 m/s^2) How far does the rocket move in the time interval t=0 to t=0.81 s? This is just a practice problem to help ...
*August 28, 2010 by John*

**physics**

need help with physcis vector problem Using combining vectors to find displacement problem(BEST answer)? tourist on a jet ski move 1.2km 55 degrees North of E and then 3.15km 70 degrees south of east. determine the jet ski's displacement.
*March 1, 2010 by jake*

**Algebra**

Word Problem: Jack mows the lawn in 4 hours, mary mows the lawn in 5 hours. how long will it take them if they mowed the lawn together? I have a hard time figuring out which formula to use to solve a problem in a word problem can anyone help and tell me how to set up the ...
*October 18, 2008 by Laura*

**Physics**

A bullet of mass 3.3 10-3 kg moving at 750 m/s impacts with a large fixed block of wood and travels 5 cm before coming to rest. Assuming that the deceleration of the bullet is constant, find the force exerted by the wood on the bullet? I am confused on how to do this last ...
*November 13, 2010 by MeganErin*

**math-college algebra**

y-3=1/2(x-6) "finding the value of a variable" x=2 I know the answer is 1, but how do I work the problem to get 1. This problem is in our text book and in the back it states the answer is 1. I tried working the problem serval times and I do not come up with one.
*August 11, 2010 by dave*

**Physics **

This is a pretty simple physics problem, but I do not know how to go about it. How do I: Show that the time required for a projectile to reach its highest point is equal to the time for it to return to its original height?
*January 24, 2010 by Jeremy*

**problem solving**

select a problem that you have worked on but not yet solved, and that you feel you can eventually solve. present the following : a show or describe what you have done so far (it could be that you tell me where to find your work in your notebook) b assess how you feel about the...
*December 12, 2014 by kakak*

**elementary**

write a problem write a word problem involving the number of pages in a book.then write the numerical expression that you would need to use to solve your problem.
*October 29, 2012 by swetha*

**algebra **

would you help me write a logic application for andy has the cards1,5,and 7 belle has the crds 5,4,and 7 carol has the cards 2,4 and 6 whats the salient facts of the problem? explain the strategy for solving the problem? present a step by step solution for the problem.
*January 22, 2013 by deborah cobb*

**Science**

We have a problem in AP Physics that we just can't get. It has to do with vector addition. The problem is: If aA+bB+C=0, find the magnitudes of a and b. *A, B, and C are vectors* *i and j are unite vectors* A=(6.0i-8.0j)units B=(-8.0i+3.0j)units C=(26.0i-19.0j)units How is ...
*October 2, 2007 by Mat*

**physics problem ???**

A projectile is ejected from a 25-m high tower with a velocity of 40 m/s at an angle of 30 degrees to the horizontal first on Earth and then on Mars. What is the ratio of the time taken to hit the ground on Mars compared to Earth?? (Assume gravity of mars= 0.38 gravity on ...
*December 1, 2010 by mK*

**algebra**

i have two answers to this problem so am not sure which way I need to do in or should say the order i should do it. lease help??????? problem is 7x-5+3x=6+x-10 what is the order to work this out there is no brackets to this problem 7x-x+3x=6+5-10 6x+3x=11-10 8x=1 ------- 8 8 x...
*April 29, 2007 by Anonymous*

**communication**

Buying time with limited agreement is a useful strategy when you: have too much work to do. cannot think of anything to say. want to avoid escalating a conflict but do not agree with the other person. know that the presenting problem is not the real problem but do not know ...
*June 3, 2010 by helen*

**More Math 2 See If You Can Help Me... :)**

Problem: a^2-9 a^2-3a ----- * -------- a^2 a^2+a-12 Here Is What I Got: (a+3)3a ------- (a+4) *Please Check It.I think I did it wrong though.. =[ I'm going to assume your problem is this: (a^2-9)/a^2 * (a^2-3a)/(a^2+a-12) Note: I'm using * to mean multiply. If that is the ...
*February 26, 2007 by Margie*

**chemistry **

I'm confused on number 6 on the take home test. in this problem are we going to use the heat capacity of calorimeter is 2.21kJ/c. I'm confused on how to set this problem up 1)I converted 1.000kg in to grams= 1000g 2) I used q=m*c* the change in T 1000g*(4.184J/g* C)*(295.97 K...
*March 30, 2015 by Cassandra*

**Physics**

I am having a problem answering a physics question: A plane is heading due south and climbing at the rate of 60 km/hr. If its airspeed is 540 km/hr and there is a wind blowing 110 km/hr to the northwest, what is the ground speed of the plane?
*March 17, 2013 by Patrick*

**English**

1. We had a problem with the hotel. 2. We had a problem about the hotel. 3. We had a problem on the hotel. 4. We had a problem related to the hotel. (Which one is similar to #1? Are they all grammatical and the same?))
*July 10, 2012 by rfvv*

**research in education**

Using a laid down procedure for problem identification. Identify a problem in visally handicap and: (a) write the background of the study of the problem. (b) state the problem in interrogative and declarative form. (c) give significance of the study. (d) write two research ...
*February 18, 2013 by very urgent please*

**Algebra**

Describe how you know if an inequality is an “and” or an “or” problem. (use -3 < x+5 < 8). Also, how do you know if an absolute value question is an “and” or an “or” problem? Lastly, will you always have two solutions to an absolute value problem?
*March 29, 2015 by Danise*

**ALGEBRA**

Describe how you know if an inequality is an “and” or an “or” problem. (use -3 < x+5 < 8). Also, how do you know if an absolute value question is an “and” or an “or” problem? Lastly, will you always have two solutions to an absolute value problem?
*March 29, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Thermodynamics **

An insulated rigid tank contains 1.5 kg of helium at 30∘C and 500 kPa. A paddle wheel with a power rating of 0.1 kW is operated within the tank for 30 minutes. Cvof helium = 3.12 KJ/Kg.K Problem 7A. Calculate the net work done by helium, in kJ. Enter the number with ...
*October 17, 2014 by Phy*

**Physics**

"if u could do this physics problem thatd be super. A coach is hitting pop flies to the outfielders. If the baseball (m = 145 g) stays in contact with the bat for 0.04 s and leaves the bat with a speed of 50 m/s, what is the average force acting on the ball?"
*February 26, 2010 by Pat*

**Science- Physics Problem**

I dont know if im doing these problems right, please help... A car accelerates at a constant rate from zero to 32.6 m/s in 10 seconds and then slows to 14.8 m/s in 5 seconds. What is its average acceleration to the nearest tenth of a m/s2 during the 15 seconds --would you do ...
*September 2, 2009 by Leslie*

**physics **

i am going a center of gravity problem, with the x=w1(x1)+w2x2..../ W1+W2.. and i keep getting the wrong answer can someone please tell me what i am doing wrong this is the problem:Four objects are situated along the y axis as follows: a 1.94 kg object is at +3.27 m, a 2.76 kg...
*February 1, 2012 by Kaity *

**Business English**

Buying time with limited agreement is a useful strategy when you: A. Have too much work to do. B. Cannot think of anything to say. C. Want to avoid escalating a conflict but do not agree with other person D. Know that the presenting problem is not the real problem but do not ...
*October 23, 2011 by Diana*

**physics**

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...
*June 4, 2013 by mike*

**physics**

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...
*June 4, 2013 by mike*

**physics**

I have another question for the problem below, so What is the speed of the car just before it lands safely on the other side? would it be the same 38.6 meters/sec A 10,000N car comes to a bridge during a storm and finds the bridge washed out. The 650-N driver must get to the ...
*June 4, 2013 by mike*

**Physics**

This problem contains a graph: h t t p : / / i . i m g u r . c o m / p s z e p . p n g
*January 19, 2012 by Phil*

**physics-- deflection**

hello, again the problem is... I don't know what to measure/look for if we want to calculate deflection. From doing this project, we are to define what deflection is. As I understand your problem, you are putting a force on a horizontal cantilever. Measure the deflection of ...
*December 2, 2006 by Jan*

**math help**

Thank you for helping me with the last problem Reiny and Bosnian. However, I have one more problem that I need help with please and I have no idea how work the problem. I used an on line calculator to get the answer. It didn't give an explanation on how to do the problem ...
*April 23, 2012 by Urgent Urgent Please*

**Math**

I am very sorry but I was wrong with the problem. The math problem is: 9 / (3.6-2.1) Thank you Anonymus for your answer but I want the problem that I wrote above. If you help me again pleaseeeeeeeee. I don't know how to resolve this. Thanks again.
*August 25, 2011 by Veronica*

**physics**

This is a sample question: A man jogs at a speed of 1.2 m/s. His dog waits 2 s and then takes off running at a speed of 4.1 m/s to catch the man. How far will they each have traveled when the dog catches up with the man? The answer is 3.3931 m. I just need to know the process ...
*August 28, 2010 by John*

**Physics**

i know this is alot to ask for but these 10 i can nott get out of the 30 A man pulls a 10-kg box across a smooth floor with a force of 71 newtons at an angle of 23 degrees and for a distance of 97 meters. How much work, to the nearest joule, does he do...
*December 10, 2008 by Michelle*

**Physics, help with a similar problem I just posted**

I posted a the same problem with different numbers a minute ago. The answer to the problem below (same as the other with different numbers) is 28 degrees. Maybe this will help to solve it? Thanks! A block is hung by a string from the inside roof of a van. When the van goes ...
*October 19, 2011 by Dan*

**physics**

How can you solve for that problem, by using another approach?
*December 11, 2009 by Kelly*

**Physics**

Here is the problem in image form: h t t p : / / i . i m g u r . c o m / g n 1 j R . p n g
*January 19, 2012 by Phil*

**physics**

In the problem, please assume the free-fall acceleration g = 9.80 m/s2 unless a more precise value is given in the problem statement. Ignore air resistance. A stone is thrown vertically downward from the roof of a building. It passes a window 15.0 m below the roof with a speed...
*September 4, 2012 by kevin*