# Posts by Anonymous

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**Physics**

A blue supergiant star has a radius of 7.4 × 10^10 m. The spherical surface behaves as a blackbody radiator. If the surface temperature is 2.4 × 10^4 K, what is the rate at which energy is radiated from the star? 2 × 10^3 J/s 4 × 10^19 J/s 2 × 10^...

**math**

idk

**CHEMISTRY**

I know increasing the temperature doesn't increase the rate of reaction of all reactions but why doesn't the rate of reaction increase in this situation?

**CHEMISTRY**

This question is from grade 12 university preparation level. The answer has to do something with rates of chemical reactions but I don't know what the answer is. . When hydrogen peroxide H2O2 is used as an antiseptic on open wounds, bubbles form as a result of the ...

**Algebra**

For each diagram find the relationship between the number of shapes and the perimeter of the figure they form. Represent this relationship using a table, words, an equation, and a graph. Below there are 3 sets of Pentagon's there is one by itself with the number one on ...

**Lang Arts**

that doesn't help

**Lang Arts**

What does the present perfect tense show?? a action that began in the past and continues in the present b action that begins and ends in the present c action that begins in the present and continues into the future d future action that began in the past extends to the present ...

**Lang Arts**

What does the present perfect tense show?? a action that began in the past and continues in the present b action that begins and ends in the present c action that begins in the present and continues into the future*** d future action that began in the past extends to the ...

**Lang Arts**

so c

**Lang Arts**

or d

**Lang Arts**

HELP PLEASE!!!

**Lang Arts**

Which sentence uses the past form of an irregular verb??? a My friend is keeping a journal b Adan has seen that show twice** c Elsa gave me this book d We listened to the weather report

**Lang Arts**

thanks

**Lang Arts**

Everyone is LEAVING Sarajevo Leaving is the boldface verb

**Lang Arts**

oops I forgot to post the question

**Lang Arts**

What form or principle part of the boldface verb is used? a present b present participle******* c past d past participle

**Chemistry **

A sample of hydrogen gas at a pressure of 0.694 atm and a temperature of 271 °C, occupies a volume of 417 mL. If the gas is heated at constant pressure until its volume is 626 mL, the temperature of the gas sample in °C will be? I got 407 °C but it says that is ...

**Chemistry **

A person accidentally swallows a drop of liquid oxygen, O2 (l), which has a density of 1.149 g/mL. Assuming the drop has a volume of 0.050 mL, what volume (mL) of gas will be produced in the person’s stomach at body temperature (37 °C) and a pressure of 1.0 atm?

**CHEMISTRY**

This is what I did deltaHc(reaction)=deltaHc(products)-deltaHc(reactants) deltaHc(reaction)=(1mol(2(732kJ/mol))+1mol(2(460kJ/mol)))-(1mol(4(410kJ/mol))+1mol(498kJ/mol))=246kJ/mol I also did this deltaHc(reaction)=-deltaHc(products)+deltaHc(reactants) deltaHc(reaction)=-(1mol(2...

**CHEMISTRY**

Estimate the enthalpy of combustion of methane in kJ.mol^-1 CH4(g) + 2O2(g) ------> CO2(g) + 2H2O(g) Bond Dissociation Enthalpies /kJ.mol^-1 Single Bonds Double Bonds C C 350 C O 732 C H 410 O O 498 O H 460 C O 350 O O 180 A. 668 B. 540 C. –540 D. –668 (CORRECT ...

**English **

Who's Juliet in Romeo and Juliet?

**Chemistry**

A coffee cup calorimeter contains 480.0 grams of water at 25.0 oC. To it are added: 380.0 grams of water at 53.5 oC 525 grams of water at 65.5 oC Consider the heat absorbed by the Styrofoam as negligible, calculate the expected final temperaturein oC A. 38.2 oC B. 88.7 oC C. ...

**Chemistry**

This question is from grade 12 university preparation level. The answer has to do something with rates of chemical reactions but I don't know what the answer is. . When hydrogen peroxide H2O2 is used as an antiseptic on open wounds, bubbles form as a result of the ...

**math**

!@#$%^&

**math**

Factor this expression completely, then place the factors in the proper location on the grid. y 3 - 27

**Biology**

Is this the correct order for what appears on earth first? Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Dinosaurs, Birds.

**Biology**

is this the correct order for what appears first: Dinosaurs, Reptiles, Amphibians, Birds, Fish

**history**

how do I describe Benjamin Franklin in the context of the colony of Georgia

**Biology**

Name and briefly describe two traits that amphibians and reptiles share that are not common to all vertebrates

**math**

Ingrid offered to pay her brother $2 for doing her share of the housework each day, but fined him $5 if he forgot to do it. After 4 weeks, Ingrid discovered that she did not owe her brother any money. For how many days did Ingrid’s brother do her share of the housework?

**math**

Use: A = P(1-R)^n 80000(1-5.97%/4)^82 we get n (82) from: 4*20years + 4*6months = 24months/2years quarterly = 4 parts (of a year) Type that into a calculator and you should get your answer.

**math**

omg, im so stupid, i thought it meant how much money he makes.. thanks so much

**math**

11. Samir wants to purchase his first car. He has saved $1000 as a deposit but the cost of the car is $5000. Samir takes out a loan from the bank to cover the balance of the car plus $600 worth of on-road costs. a. How much will Samir need to borrow from the bank? $4600 b. ...

**SS helppp**

Yay! Thanks Ms Sue got them all right:)

**SS helppp-Ms Sue**

??Ms Sue

**SS helppp**

is 3 and 4 C?

**SS helppp**

Ok and the other ones?

**SS helppp**

I think 1 is B and 2 is A am I right?

**SS helppp**

1. Kurds live in all of the following independent nations except A.Iraq. B.Kurdistan. C.Iran. D.Turkey. 2. How were Kurdish people generally treated during the twentieth century? A.Governments treated them poorly, especially in Iraq and Turkey. B.They were mostly left alone ...

**English**

But do not use mine, use yours, like "left" :)

**English**

I have a right to go. We drive on the right here. You are absolutely right.

**English**

right :)

**Pre-Algebra Help**

wel 8/13 = ??? = 2.4/5.2 ??? 8/13 and 24/52 8/13 * 3/3 = 24/39 NO way

**can not help**

I can not see your picture. Are all angles the same?

**Physics**

weight = normal force = m g = 33.8 * 9.81 = 332 N friction force = 0.12 * 332 = 39.8 N so net force forward = 80.5 - 39.8 = 40.7 N a = 40.7/33.8 d = (1/2) a t^2

**math**

I'll give the full part: Investment A: Rate as 'R,' principal as $8000, time as '4 years,' and interest as 'SI' Investment B: Rate as 'R,' principal as $7000, time as '5 years,' and interest as 'SI' Investment A's Rate ...

**math **

Does anyone know how to find the rate with ONLY principal and time? (no interest) Refer to this: Investment A: Rate as 'R,' principal as $8000, time as '4 years,' and interest as 'SI'

**Math**

Interest = (20 * 3 * 2)/100

**financial - simple interest**

rate principal time S interest investment A rA $8000 4yrs SI A investment B rB $7000 5yrs SI B It is known that rA : rB = 2 : 3 and that investment B earned $2000 more interest than investment A. Find the values of rA, rB, SI A and SI B

**math?**

Newton uses a credit card with a 18.6% APR, compounded monthly, to pay for a cruise totaling $1,920.96. He can pay $720 per month on the card. What will the total cost of this purchase be?

**Math**

yeezycopdropnebba

**Math**

What percentage of 50 is 12.5 A. 4% B. 25% C. 40% D. 15%

**Chemistry **

Liquid methylene iodide has a density of 3.33 g/mL. A barometer is constructed using methylene iodide instead of mercury. If the atmospheric pressure is 0.951 atm, what is the height of the methylene iodide column in the barometer in cm? The density of liquid mercury is 13.6 g/mL

**English**

The crowd cheered loudly

**Math**

20+20

**maths**

to fence an area which is in circular shape with a wire of 100m in perimeter . find the maximum area using the 100 metres wire

**Math**

Pablo found that his uncleâ€™s age can be divided by three different prime numbers. What are three possible ages of his uncle? Show your work.

**Marh**

5 males

**Math**

These statements describe the depth at which two sea creatures are swimming. Note that sea level is equal to zero. The six-gill shark is swimming 8,200 feet below sea level. The fangtooth fish is swimming 6,500 feet below sea level. Complete this sentence. The six-gill shark ...

**math**

Why does pie go on forever? Why is it called pie?

**Calculus**

Suppose that f(x) and k(x) are differentiable everywhere and that f(3) = 5, f'(3) = 7, k(3) = 6, and k'(3) = 9. Find an equation of a tangent line to 3(f(x))^2 at x = 3. So the derivative of 3(f(x))^2 is 6f(x)*f'(x), and 6f(3)*f'(3) is 210. But for the tangent ...

**sama school**

what does the animal look like

**physics**

Anna pushes horizontally on a 57 kg penguin with force of 19 N, but the penguin does not budge. Find the force of static friction between the penguin’s feet and the ground.

**Liberal are maths**

A jar contains 36 marbles if has 20 red 12 black and 4 green marbles two marbles are draw the first is not returned before the second one is drawn what is the probability that both marbles are red

**Chemistry**

A compound is 85.6% carbon by mass. The rest is hydrogen. When 10.0 g of the compound is evaporated at 50.0 ?C, the vapor occupies 6.30 L at 1.00 atm pressure. What is the molecular formula of the compound?

**Physics**

A hula Hoop (I=1/2MR^2) rolls without sliding along the floor. The ratio of its translational kinetic energy to its rotational kinetic energy (about an axis through its center of mass) is: A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 1/2

**World geography **

Which term below does not describe a world climate region? A: tropical B:polar C:continental D:inland In a humid continental climate region, to what conditions would plants and animals have to be adapted? A:cool summers and very cold winters B: mild summers and winters C:warm ...

**Spanish**

oh okay. Thank you

**Spanish**

Write a short paragraph explaining some details about school practices and/or activities in schools in the Spanish-speaking world. I am a bit confused about what they mean for the activities, do they want after school Spanish activities or what?

**Math**

nvm. I go the answer already. TY

**Hardy Weinberg: Biology**

a, p=0.38 b, 2pq=0.48, 0.48*180=87

**Math**

Thank you so much, Ms. Sue! I will write down if you are correct or incorrect after I finish the test. :D

**Math**

CHECK AND CORRECT MY ANSWERS!! PLEASE!!:D:D Write the ratio in the simplest form. 45:15 9:3 3:1*** 1:3 4:1 Solve the following proportion. (solve p) p/3 = 8/12 2*** 8 12 24 A recipe calls for 3 cups of flour to make 3 dozen cookies. Use the proportion to calculate how much ...

**Calculus**

Ty

**History**

Mr. Hunt lived in Ohio in 1843. He was concerned about the amount of federal debt. What would have been Mr. Hunt's view of Texas joining the United States

**Math**

1b 2d 3a

**math**

Oh, my bad Reiny, I won't do it again. Sorry :(

**Honors English 9**

Thank you!

**Honors English 9**

The symbol of the flag wavering in the beginning and Henry carrying it to the front of a later battle best supports which of the following themes in The Red Badge of Courage? a) honor and reputation *** b) the definition of courage c) growing from a boy into a man d) the ...

**science**

the seperation between hydrogen and chlorine atoms in the hydrogen chloride molecule is about 0.13 mm. the distance of center of mass of HCL molecule from hydrogen is

**Georgia State History**

What is a compromise? Explain why a compromise was necessary at the Constitutional Convention to agree on the structure of the new American Government. (Answer the questions below) One group of delegates believed: They believed the convention would break up. /!\ Another group ...

**Juvenile Justice**

That makes sense. Thank you

**Juvenile Justice**

Hello Ms. Sue, I know that overall the maximum sentence is life without the possibility of parole (LWOP), which it is my understanding is usually (if not always?) sentenced in adult criminal court. So, then I guess my question is can a juvenile court give LWOP to a juvenile? ...

**Juvenile Justice**

What is the maximum sentence a juvenile court can give to a juvenile?

**Math**

Every exponential function is strictly increasing. True or false? Explain

**Math**

What is 2/10+13/100=

**Physics**

A wild horse starts from rest and runs

**Physics**

A wild horse starts from rest and runs

**chemistry**

How much 10.0 M HNO3 must be added to 1.00 L of a buffer that is 0.0100 M acetic acid and 0.100 M sodium acetate to reduce the pH to 5.05 help please :(

**Chemsitry**

Write the chemical reaction that is responsible for the pH of a buffer which contains NH3 and NH4Cl. Write the reaction in such a way that is appropriate for a Ka. Thank you!

**Chemistry**

122.5 grams/mol for KClO3 so we have 53/122.5 = .433 mols of KClO3 for every 2 mols of KClO3 we get 3 mols of O2 (3/2) (.433) = .649 mols of O2 If at STP then about 22.4 liters/mol so .649 * 22.4 = 4.5 liters agreed b).433 mols of KClO3 ---> .433 mols of KCl = 74.5 g/mol ....

**Physics**

1.08*10^-23 m/s = .108 * 10^22 = .0108 * 10^-21 =.00108 * 10^20 :) divide the left by ten if you multiply the right by 10

**Estimating the product of decimal and a whole numb**

How did you get 25 on 0.56 × 48

**Estimating thevpriduct of decimal and a whole numb**

31.04 × 300 0.56×48 47.2× 93

**Williamson Reaction- CHEM**

What would be the fate of any unreacted NaOEt reactant, ie. where does it end up, would it be a contaminant in the crude product or would it be removed, if so how (explain your answer)?

**physics**

A uniform metre rule of mass 90g is pivoted at the 40cm mark. If the rule is in equilibrium with an unknown mass market placed at the 10cm mark and a 72g at the 70cm mark,determine m.

**physics**

Internal energy for real gas

**physics**

Internal energy for real gas