Questions Asked on
January 27, 2019

  1. Book

    With the novel I'm currently writing, there are three names that start with M. One's the antagonist, one is the protagonist, and the other one is antagonist turned protagonist- the names are Mason, Mosire, and Maliko. (Maliko and Mosire are both the last

    asked by RJR
  2. Physics

    A hydroxide ion (OH−) in a glass of water has an average speed of about 600 m/s. Determine the magnitude of the electrical force between the hydroxide ion (charge -e) and a positive ion (charge +e) that is 1.0×10−8 m away (about the separation of 30

    asked by aaa
  3. Calculus

    Determine if the Mean Value Theorem for Integrals applies to the function f(x) = √x on the interval [0, 4]. If so, find the x-coordinates of the point(s) guaranteed to exist by the theorem. a) No, the theorem does not apply b) Yes, x=16/9 c) Yes, x=1/4

    asked by Alice
  4. Calculus

    For an object whose velocity in ft/sec is given by v(t)=2sin(t),what is its distance,in feet, travelled on the interval t=1 to t=5?

    asked by Erin
  5. maths

    A plane climbed 10.000m in 19.4 minutes. What was the average rate of climb per minute

    asked by Lucy
  6. math

    Write the rational expression in simplest form and get the restrictions. (x^2+ 3x -40) / (x^2 +12x +32)

    asked by Anonymous
  7. Chemistry

    calculate the volume of oxygen at 15°c and 745mmHg pressure which could be obtain by heating 10g of potassium trioxochloride. (molar volume at stp is 22.4dm3. K = 39, Cl = 35.5 O = 10)

    asked by HARISU MIKAILU
  8. math

    Write the rational expression in simplest form and get the restrictions. (-10x - x) / (x^2 +12x+20)

    asked by Anonymous
  9. math

    The formula for the total resistance RT (in ohms) of a parallel circuit is given by rt= 1 / ((1/r1)+(1/r2)+(1/r3)) where R1, R2, and R3 are the resistance values of the first, second, and third resistors, respectively. Simplify the total resistance

    asked by Anonymous
  10. Calculus

    The base of a solid is the circle x^2+y^2=9. Cross sections of the solid perpendicular to the x-axis are semi-circles. What is the volume, in cubics units, of the solid? a) 9 π/4 b) 18π c) 9π d) 72π

    asked by Alice
  11. English

    1. He likes to ride a skateboard. 2. He likes to take a skateboard. [#1 is correct. What other verbs can we use instead of 'ride'? Can we use 'take'?]

    asked by rfvv
  12. Calculus

    Find the volume of the solid formed by rotating the region bounded by the graph of y equals 1+ √x, the y-axis, and the line y = 3 about the line y = 5. a) 13.333 b) 17.657 c) 41.888 d) None of these

    asked by Alice
  13. history

    why did Hitler have a small square shaped mustache?

    asked by Hi😱
  14. math

    Perform the multiplication and simplify and get the restrictions. (y^3 - 8) / (2y^3) * (4y) / (y^2-11y+18)

    asked by Anonymous
  15. math

    Solve the equation (if possible). (If an answer does not exist, enter DNE.) (15 +y) / (y) + (36+y) / (y) =155

    asked by Anonymous
  16. Math

    A bank offers an annual simple interest rate of 8% on home improvement loans. Tobias borrowed $17,000 over a period of 2 years. How much did he repay altogether?

    asked by G-baby
  17. MATHAMATICS

    (1/2x-3)(4x-1/3)

    asked by RIVONINGO
  18. Chemistry

    How does atomic mass relate to the mole? Atomic mass can be used to calculate Avogadro’s number of a sample of a compound or element. Avogadro’s number explains the number of grams in a single mole of the sample. Thus, Avogadro’s number that is

    asked by Quinn
  19. math

    In a parallel circuit, ET = 240 V, R = 400 W, and XL = 300 W. What is P?

    asked by sam
  20. SCIENCE:PHYSICS

    PT IS A UNIFORM METRE RULE PIVOTED ARE THE 70CM MARK THE FORCES 0.1N AND 0.4N ARE A Q THE 60CM AND S THE 87CM MARK. IF THE METRE RULE IS KEPT IN EQUILIBRIUM BY THE FORCE AND ITS WEIGHT THEN THE WEIGHT OF THE METRE RULE

    asked by ABEREWA
  21. precalculus

    f(x)=4x^2 +2x-7 f(x+1)

    asked by barney
  22. Physics

    If we neglect the effects of air friction, which would hit the ground first if dropped from rest, a 5 pound body or a 1 pound body?

    asked by Sam
  23. Ap Calculus

    Find the área of the región bounded by the graphs of y=x, y=-x+4, and y=0 A) 4 B) 2 C) 8 D) no me of these

    asked by HELP
  24. math

    Write the rational expression in simplest form and get the restriction in smaller value and larger value. (x^2-64) / (x^3 +x^2 - 64x - 64) Restriction (Smaller value) x≠ (Larger value) x≠

    asked by Anonymous
  25. physics

    a 1.45 kg ball is suspended from a 0.80m string and swung in a horizontal circle at a constant speed such that the string makes an angle of 14 degrees with the vertical. what is the tension in the spring what is the speed of the ball.

    asked by lmao
  26. Physics

    A spring of force costant 1500Nm-| is acted by a costant force at 7 5n calculate the potential energy stored in the spring.

    asked by Christopher
  27. science

    do we find single atoms of H, O, N or C alone, in nature? why or why not.

    asked by killian
  28. Physics

    If a body is thrown straight upwards with an initial velocity of 40 m/s, how long would it take to reach its maximum height? (Use g = 10 m/s/s for a falling body.) a.) 400 s b.) .25 s c.) 4 s d.) 40 s

    asked by Sam
  29. English

    write essay about the new boy

    asked by Tinashe
  30. Math

    Please solve this problem. Percent Increase or Decrease (A)Orginal Amount : 300 New Amount : 180 Increase or Decrease ?

    asked by Tabassum sultana
  31. Calculus

    Find the area of the region bounded by the functions f(x) = x^4 and g(x) = |x|. a) 1.3 b) 5.2 c) 0.6 d) None of these

    asked by Alice
  32. Physics

    A car has a constant acceleration of 5 m/s/s. At some time it is traveling at 40 m/s. How fast will it be going, one second later? a.) 30 m/s b.) 40 m/s c.) 45 m/s d.) 200 m/s

    asked by Sam
  33. math

    James and Amy played 12 games of checkers last week. This week they played 7 games on Monday and 2 games on Wednesday. Amy lost 4 of the games she played last week. How manygames did she win

    asked by amanda
  34. maths

    If 1 is added to both numerator and denominator of a fraction, the fraction becomes 1/2. If 8 is added to both the fraction becomes 2/3. What is the fraction

    asked by halimoh
  35. Chemistry

    A Metal X forms two different chloride. If 12.7g of chloride A and 16.3g of chloride B contains 7.1g and 10.7g of chlorine respectively, show that the figure agree with the law of multiple proportion. Write their formulae

    asked by Emmanuel
  36. Math

    How would I write 212 km in 6 h as a unit rate?

    asked by Marie
  37. Chemistry

    Can alkanes have cyclic structural isomers?

    asked by Anonymous
  38. science

    two forces of F1=150N,bearing of 65°and F2=200N,at bearing of 310° acts on an abject.use scale (10mm=10N) to determine the resultant force

    asked by nondumiso
  39. government

    Explain the functions of constitutionalism

    asked by Anonymous
  40. Differential Equations

    Hello, I am needing help to find the general solution to: dy/dt + y = te' Thanks!

    asked by Thomas
  41. u.s. history

    What happens when the United States is attacked on our soil? I am not sure how to answer this question. Can anyone help me?

    asked by bizzle
  42. Chemistry

    Question : 4 moles of A(g) is added to a fixed volume container and left until they arrive at the equilibrium status. 2A(g) A2(g) At 127 C total pressure of the equilibrium system is 8.314*10^5 Pa and the density of the mixture of gas is 10 kg/m^3 . If the

    asked by Ashley
  43. Algebra

    Find x (4^x)=((3/4)x)+7 Thank you!

    asked by Sam
  44. Computers

    Run serially, portion A of program P consumes 33 s, while portion B consumes 925 s. On a parallel computer, moderately serial portion A speeds up four times, while perfectly parallel portion B speeds up by the number of processors. i) What is the speedup

    asked by Kid