Questions Asked on
January 19, 2020

  1. Computer study

    How convergence contribute to green computing?

    asked by Thembalethu
  2. Mathematics

    1. Find the circumference of the given circle. Round to the nearest tenth. (Circle with radius of 3.5 cm) -22.0 cm -38.5 cm -11.0 cm -42.8 cm 2. Find the area of the given circle. Round to the nearest tenth. (Circle with a diameter of 12 feet) -11.0 ft

    asked by Shadows
  3. Math

    Esmeralda told her teacher she was reading a book about King Henry XLI. Justin, Esmeralda’s classmate, said he had heard about King Henry VIII and asked about how many kings named Henry there were from King Henry VIII to King Henry XLI. How many kings

    asked by Alayzsha
  4. computer

    Three areas where ICT is used timing and control

    asked by Islam
  5. Algebra 2

    Write the solution to the given inequality in interval notation. [-3,-1) (-3,-1] (-∞,-3) U [-1,∞) (-∞,-3] U (-1,∞)

    asked by Taylor
  6. Geometry

    using a ruler and a pair of compasses only. construct triangle.ABC in which angle BAC=45 °.Then |AB|=7cm.then |AC|=9cm.locate P into triangle ABC which is 5cm from A and B equidistant from B and C. find PB.

    asked by latif
  7. physics

    Abath contains 100kg of water at 60°C.Hot and cold taps are then turned on to deliver 20kg per minute each at temperatures of 70°C and 10°C respectively. How long will it be before the temperatures in the bath have dropped to 45°C.Assume complete

    asked by John
  8. Biology

    Does an increase in histone acetylation increase gene transcription?

    asked by HELP ASAP
  9. Physics

    in air an object weighs 15N. when immersed in water it weighs 12 N. when immersed in another liquid it weighs 13 N.determine the density of the object and that of the other liquid

    asked by Vïctor
  10. chemistry

    Need help narrowing down these choices describing the phenomenon when fatty acids are added to water. Group of answer choices 1= Water molecules form an ordered cage that surrounds the hydrocarbon chain of the fatty acid. 2=As time goes by, the fatty acids

    asked by Anonymous
  11. Maths

    The Area Of A Circle PQR with center O Is 72cm2 What Is the area of the sector If POR is 40'

    asked by Anonymous
  12. physics

    An object act upon by two forces 5N and 12N. calculate the resultant Of the two forces if the two forces act perpendicular to each other, if the two forces act at angle 40 degree to each other, if the two forces act at an angle 125 degree to each other

    asked by Tawheed Mahmud
  13. Math

    A rectangular piece of cardboard measures 17cm by 14cm.strips of equal width are cut off one side and one end. The area of the remaining piece is 108cm. Find the width of the strips removed.

    asked by Ese
  14. Math

    A restaurant bought 4 gross eggs Estimate what number of eggs that is Hint:1 gross=144

    asked by Anonymous
  15. chemistry

    What statements are true for the Hydrophobic Effect. 1/ The system increases the solvent-exposed area of non-polar parts, which makes more water molecules bound to the hydrophobic regions. 2/ The system makes the solvent-exposed area of non-polar parts

    asked by Anonymous
  16. Math

    Consider the function f(x)=x^3. In this problem we will find A=(integral from 0 to b) x^3 dx of the region under the curve y=f(x) and over the x-axis interval [0,b]. Formulas that I came up with: Delta x =b/N x-sub k= kb/N F(x-sub k)=(x-subk)^3 a-subk=

    asked by Ana
  17. Algebra

    Choose the function that is a “parent function”. ƒ( x) = x + 3 ƒ( x) = | x - 3| ƒ( x) = ( x - 3) 2 ƒ( x) = √x

    asked by Larren
  18. Math

    Area of a triangle 6cm 5cm

    asked by Anonymous
  19. Maths

    The Area Of A Circle PQR with center O Is 72cm2 What Is the area of the sector If POR is 40degree

    asked by Christabel
  20. Math

    The speed of point A due to the rotation of the earth is twice that of a point B. If A is on latitude 22°N, calculate the latitude of B.

    asked by Adeola
  21. Math

    Diameter 10cm angel of 8 π radiant each second A what is the angular velocity of point.

    asked by negash
  22. math

    You have $1.00 in dimes and nickels. You have twice as many dimes as nickels. What would the associated system of equations look like in augmented matrix form?

    asked by dca
  23. Geography

    State three characteristics that mid-latitude cyclones have in common with all cyclones

    asked by Matevhu
  24. Math

    A geometric sequence , the fifth term is four times the third terms, the second term is 4. If r

    asked by Thembalethu
  25. Science

    A 20g bullet moving at 200 meter per second hits a bag of sand and comes to rest in 0.011secs.What is the momentum of the bullet just before hitting the bag?Find the average force that stopped the bullet.

    asked by Kayode Olajide
  26. Math

    Si tengo diez mil soles y gano cierta cantidad de dinero, tendría el triple de lo que me quedaría si los perdiera ¿que cantidad de dinero he ganado ?

    asked by Mariana
  27. Math

    Mark give 20% of his marbles to john and three eighths of the remainder to harry. if he had 40 remain, how many marbles he had a first?

    asked by Anonymous
  28. Geography

    list the countries in Middle East

    asked by anonymous
  29. Chemistry

    How many molecules are in 1.33 g of SO2? Answer in units of molec.

    asked by Anonymous
  30. Chemistry

    A sample is 14% sodium chromate. What is the percent Cr in the sample? Answer in units of %.

    asked by Anonymous
  31. Chemistry

    How many moles of molecules are in 232 g of hydrogen nitrate (HNO3)? Answer in units of mol.

    asked by Anonymous
  32. Chemistry

    The common adult mole (Scalopus aquaticus) weighs about 75 grams. So, how much would a mole of moles weigh? 1. 4.51 × 10−22 kg 2. 4.51 × 1025 kg 3. 1.25 × 1022 kg 4. 1.25 × 10−19 kg 5. 1.25 × 10−22 kg 6. 4.51 × 1022 kg

    asked by Anonymous
  33. java

    how do I randomly generate name in java

    asked by anonymous
  34. chemistry

    Hi, have these sample problems. I used the Henderson-Hasselbach equation to solve them. And got the respective answers but i feel like i might have missed something. You add 20 mL of 1 M sodium acetate to 10 mL of 2 M acetic acid, and fill it up with water

    asked by Jay
  35. chemistry

    Need help with HW question. You have an 11 mM acetate buffer at pH 3.76. What is the concentration (mM) of the acetate ion? Acetic acid has a pKa of 4.76. I used the Henderson Hasselbach eq. by the difference btw the ph and pka and then the conc. of HA and

    asked by Ronne
  36. chemistry

    If desalinated water costs $ 1750 per acre-foot, how much does desalinated water cost per liter?

    asked by joe