Questions Asked on
September 9, 2017

  1. Differential Equation

    What is the solution of the differential equation of (6x+1)y^2 dy/dx + 3x^2 +2y^3=0?

    asked by Aubrey
  2. College Algebra

    A chicken farm ideally produces 300,000 eggs per day, but this total can vary by as much as 12,500 eggs per day. What is the maximum and minimum expected production at the farm?

    asked by Key
  3. College Algebra

    A chicken farm ideally produces 300,000 eggs per day, but this total can vary by as much as 12,500 eggs per day. What is the maximum and minimum expected production at the farm?

    asked by Keonn'a
  4. environmental science

    Suppose a trout eats a smelt and then the human eats the trout. About how many of the original 1000 calories contained in the algae reach the human? 30 calories makes it into the smelt so only about 6 calories make it to the humans who ate the smelt.

    asked by sue
  5. Maths

    Kareena got 60% marks in English,75% marks in hindi and 130 marks in mathematics .The maximum marks in each of the subject are 150,200 and 150 respectively. Find her aggregate marks

    asked by Aaradhya
  6. English

    Why does Yoni think the Arab he finds is perfect for his film? It was in Bethlehem, actually, that Yonatan found his Arab, a handsome man who used his first wish for peace. His name was Munir; he was fat with a big white mustache. Superphotogenic. It was

    asked by Katherine
  7. Algebra

    Penelope is playing a number game with her sister June. Penelope is thinking of a number and wants June to guess it. Five more thank three times a number is between 23 and 32. Write a compound inequality that shows the range of numbers that Penelope might

    asked by Key
  8. Differential Equation

    what is the differential equation of (3x^2-2y^2)+(1-4xy)dy/dx=0

    asked by shanel
  9. Differential Equation

    what is the differential equation of (6x+1)y^2 dy/dx + 3x^2 +2y^3=0

    asked by shanel
  10. Career Counseling

    Good morning I was wondering if someone can assist me in finding the correct response to the following questions: 1. According to Super’s theory, people are satisfied in their work choice to the degree that they are able to “fulfill life roles.” True

    asked by Lencho
  11. Language Arts

    The seashells were iridescent in the sunlight a. cloudy b. drying out c. breaking into pieces d. shimmering with colors I chose "d"

    asked by SAM
  12. History 9th grade.

    Hey guys! I have a hard time on this question. I would really appreciate it if you could help me :) The question is: How did conflict and cooperation within early civilizations relate to the use of resources? The hard part is finding the details about this

    asked by Misty
  13. philosophy

    instructions state if deductive or inductive 1. No bankers are jokers. Harriet is a banker. Therefore, she is not a joker. answer: deductive 2. Soledad O'Brien is either a TV news anchor or a newspaper reporter. Since she is not a newspaper reporter, it

    asked by PETRA
  14. Biology

    What are pathogenic and opportunistic bacteria?

    asked by Michael
  15. Science

    The spring constant for the spring is 20 N / M. Calculate the work done in stretching the spring until the extension of the spring is 0.050m.

    asked by Hamid
  16. Math

    Jena is comparing prices of different cell phones. She made a dot plot to show the prices. How can she find the most common price? A) Find the dot all the way to the right. B) Find the dot all the way to the left. C) Find the shortest stack of dots. D)

    asked by Lauren
  17. Chemistry

    For a chemistry lab, I have to calculate the heat of combustion of paraffin wax. So how would I do that? And for the second part of the lab, I have to calculate the heat of fusion of ice from my data. How would I do that? I'm kind of confused so can I get

    asked by Anonymous
  18. Social Studies

    1. Identify and explain three examples of individualist principles in contemporary society. For this, I wrote about Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms for the Individual rights and freedom principle. I can't think of two more examples, relating to

    asked by Anonymous
  19. Math

    If sin x=cos x and x is acute find the value of x

    asked by Shyam
  20. math

    Simply using laws of logarithms 2log8^2+2log8^3 I tried this question I failed

    asked by john
  21. Career Counseling

    Good morning I was wondering if someone can assist me in finding the correct response to the following questions: 1. According to Super’s theory, people are satisfied in their work choice to the degree that they are able to “fulfill life roles.” True

    asked by Lencho
  22. Physics

    An egg is thrown nearly vertically upward from a point near the cornice of a tall building. It just misses the cornice on the way down and passes a point a distance 34.0 m below its starting point at a time 5.00 s after it leaves the thrower's hand. Air

    asked by Kevin
  23. College Algebra

    1. −2|b+1|−5=−9 2. −4|a+5|+3=−13

    asked by Key
  24. Physics

    A weight with mass m hanging from a ceiling is pulled so that the string is at angle θ from the vertical and remains stationary. Draw the force diagram for the mass m, label the forces and resolve them into their x- and y-axes components. Calculate the

    asked by Annie
  25. Math

    In how many ways can 4 married couples seat themselves around circular table if at least one husband sits beside his wife?

    asked by Mark
  26. College Math (Introductory Analysis)

    Prove: If a sequence a_n diverges to infinity, then (a_N)^2 diverges to infinity as well.

    asked by Mae
  27. Applied Mathematics and Computation

    I have these equations, Equation 1: F(x^k)/F'(x^k) = e^k - ((1/(2!))(F''(x^k))((e^k)^2))/(F'(x^k)) + ((1/(3!))(F'''(x^k))((e^k)^3))/(F'(x^k)) - ((1/(4!))(F''''(x^k))((e^k)^4))/(F'(x^k)) + O(||e^k||^5) Equation 2: (y^k) - (x^k) = -[e^k -

    asked by Gabriel
  28. Biology

    Is opportunistic bacteria a bad bacteria?

    asked by Michael
  29. Science

    Is the vector quantity

    asked by Suyash malpure
  30. Differential Equation

    what is the differential equation of (2x+y+1)dx + (2y+x+1)dy=0

    asked by shanel
  31. Differential Equation

    what is the differential equation of (2xy+1) + (x^2 + 3y^2)dy/dx=0

    asked by shanel
  32. Differential Equation

    what is the differential equation of (1/x-y)dx- (1/y+x)dy=0. Kindly help me. I'm cramming for my exams and there were a lot of problem sets to be done. I hope you guys will help me with these. Thanks a lot in advance.

    asked by shanel
  33. science

    the weights and scales in the market are checked by Department of standard weights and measures in Nepal once in every two years, why?

    asked by Anonymous
  34. government

    what is a green party? A green party is committed to values-based politics as it is expressed in their Ten Key Values that involves environmentalism, non-violence, social justice, and grassroots

    asked by sue
  35. math

    3√45-5/2√1/3+4√3

    asked by Guru
  36. Sagardighi S.N. High School

    change the voice " publish the book."

    asked by Mizanur Rahaman
  37. Math

    What is the volume of a cube whose surface area is 54?

    asked by Shine
  38. Math

    If a dosage of medicine is 2/3 milliliter,how many dosage can be given from a bottle containing 20 milliliter?

    asked by Shine
  39. Math

    Small cubes with edge lengths of 1/2 will be packed into a rectangular prism. The lenght is 4 1/2 in. With:5 in..Height:3 3/4 in... HOW MANY SMALL CUBES ARE NEEDED TO FILL COMPLETLY THE PRISM

    asked by Deisy
  40. Math

    a circular fishpond is surrounded by a path 2m wide. The inner and outer edges of the path are fenced. If the diameter of the fishpond is 8m,how much longer is the outer fence than the inner?

    asked by Anonymous
  41. Math

    Two swimming pools have the same area,namely 315m squared. One is circular,the other square. WHICH one has the longest perimeter?

    asked by Anonymous
  42. education

    Can you explain what does each questions mean? they all kind of sound the same. In what ways does media influence children's behaviors? Why is it important to consider this factor when managing and guiding children? What other factors must you also

    asked by Jee
  43. Algebra

    Please the following slopes in order frome greatest to least -4,0/5,1/2,2.75

    asked by Anonymous
  44. English

    How does Millhouser manipulate diction in order to create a theme in " Dangerous laughter".

    asked by Aria
  45. Chem

    H3CA is a vitally important intemediate in the metabolism of carbohydrates. The compound is widely distributed in plant and animal tissues and fluids. H3CA is a tiprotric acid, ie, it requires three moles of NaOH to fully neutralize one mole of H3CA. a.)

    asked by Morgan
  46. algebra 1

    is the set of all positive integers closed under addition? if yes..give 2 examples if no,,,give 2 examples that prove it is not

    asked by maria
  47. Math

    Two swimming pools have the same area,namely 315m squared. One is circular,the other square. Which one has the longest perimeter?

    asked by Anonymous
  48. Math

    So the diameter of 0,76 is 1,52 and the circumference is 4,78 and area is 1,81(corrected to two decimal places) But now what is the diameter,circumference and area of x

    asked by Anonymous
  49. Chemistry

    Heat of Combustion of paraffin wax Initial mass of candle 40.3g Mass of tin calorimeter 41.1g Mass of half-filled calorimeter with water 220.4g Initial temp of water 18.8°C Final temp of water 26.6°C Final mass of candle 38.2g Calculate heat of

    asked by Anonymous
  50. texas history

    what did the apaches and jumanos have in common? a.both practiced hunting, gathering, and agriculture*** b.both relied only on the practice of agriculture c.both resided in the same region of present-day texas d.both were nomadic groups

    asked by stella
  51. Math

    Peter wants to build a fence around his circular flower bed. If the diameter of the flower-bed is 7m,how much fencing does he need? Then calculate the cost of fencing the flower-bed if of the fencing costs R15.60

    asked by Anonymous
  52. pre algrebra

    thank you, Scott or whomever simplify the square root if 108 ok. I got 9x12 which then prime factorization = 2.2.3.3.3 then i get it means the square root of 2.2.3.3.3 but then i get stuck thank you

    asked by maria
  53. College Algebra

    Can any body help me solve this inequality. How to write the solution on a numberline. |2x+2|>14

    asked by Keonn'a
  54. PLZZZ HELP

    Heat of Combustion of paraffin wax Initial mass of candle 40.3g Mass of tin calorimeter 41.1g Mass of half-filled calorimeter with water 220.4g Initial temp of water 18.8°C Final temp of water 26.6°C Final mass of candle 38.2g Calculate heat of

    asked by CHEMISTRY
  55. algrebra 1

    simplify the square root of ( 18x^2 divided by 50) thank you I tried doing like 9x2x^2 divided by 25 x2...then i got stuck thank you so much...my mom and dad can't help me with this kind of stuff

    asked by maria
  56. chemistry

    It has a solution to 10% v/V that has a density of 1.3 g/mL and a total volume of 200 mL (a) that solute mass has the solution (B) expresses the concentration of the solution in% m/m

    asked by william
  57. chemistry

    Use the law limit of Debye-Huckel and calculate the average activity coefficient for a solution of NaCl 0.050 mol/kg

    asked by william
  58. philosophy

    determine if deductive or inductive 1. Some mothers are married. Gwen is a mother. Therefore, she is married. answer: inductive 2. Lady Gaga has no problems. She is a famous singer, and no famous singer has problems answer: inductive 3. Some Texans are

    asked by PETRA
  59. chemistry

    what is the common name for sodium acetate? please help

    asked by check answer please
  60. chemistry

    CH3COOH(aq) + NaOH(aq) → H2O(l) + NaCH3COO(aq)? Is this a double displacement reaction and a decomposition reaction?

    asked by check answer please
  61. HELPP CHEMM

    Heat of fusion of ice lab Initial mass of empty cup calorimeter 9.55g Initial mass of water 200.15g Initial mass of ice + water 209.7g Initial temp of water 41.9°C Initial mass of ice 26.9g Final mass of cup 9.55g Final mass of water 227.05g Final mass of

    asked by Anonymous
  62. Simple geometry question

    What do the lines mean that are on certain triangles. for example, a triangle would have a single dash at the bottom, two dashes on one side and three dashes on the other

    asked by Anonymous
  63. Math

    Working with Equilateral Triangles Problem 1: In a paragraph proof format, show why the angles of an equilateral triangle must measure 60 degrees.

    asked by Anonymous
  64. math

    4m=cotA(1+SinA), 4n=cotA(1-SinA) Proved that (m2-n2)=mn

    asked by Himani
  65. English

    Without the greenhouse effect, the Earth's average temperature would be around -18 or -19 degrees Celsius. ---------------------------------- How do you read -18 or -19? 1. minus eighteen or minus nineteen 2. negative eighteen or negative nineteen Are both

    asked by rfvv