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incomplete
What is the question? a = (13.4-0)/5 m/s^2 = r*alpha v = 0 + a t = r*omega d = 0 + 0t + (1/2)(5)t^2

Hot math questions
LOL :)

English
well, "he" is a person :) Had got no business to be there After the day was done — "It's very rude of him," she said, "To come and spoil the fun." So who does she think the night belongs to?

Algebra math 150
height times average of a and b

Physics
The increase in gravitational potential energy = m g h where h is the HEIGHT change, the increase in distance from the center of the earth. Work = distance times force IN THE DIRECTION OF MOTION 200 * 4 = 800 Joules alternatively force component up slope * 4/sin 20 = 200 sin ...

math 1
when you typed 1/3x + 4 I assume you mean (1/3)x + 4 and not 1/(3x) + 4 or 1/(3x+4) y = (8-x) so (8-x) = (1/3) x + 4 24 - 3 x = x + 12 4 x = 12 x = 3

Math
a = 3 m b = 8 m c = 6b = 48 m a/c = 3 m/ 48 m = 1/16

Chemistry
(a) but when she opens the bottle the air inside is still at 1 atm so must escape out the open top--> whoosh !

math 73
.22 c + .02 m = .04(20) c + m = 20 so m = (20-c) so .22 c +.02(20-c) = .8

Physics
omega is angular velocity in radians/second omega R = 5 m/s so omega = 5/.3 = 16.7 radians/second Ke = (1/2)I omega^2

Math
You are welcome.

Math
Make a number line on a piece of paper. Draw the situation on it. Left 8 from -20 -20-8 = -28

you need limits
infinite as stated

Calculus
assuming that your answer is correct dy/dx = x^2 e^(x^3/3) but e^(x^3/3) = y-2 so dy/dx = x^2 (y-2) hummm I'll try dy/(y-1) = x^2 dx ln(y-1)= x^3/3 + c (y-1) = e^[x^3/3 + c] y-1 = e^(x^3/3) e^c y-1 = Ce^(x^3/3) y = 1 + Ce^(x^3/3) 3 = 1 + C C = 2 so y = 1 + 2e^(x^3/3)

Science
1. wrong 2. right 3. wrong 4. both mass and distance G M1M2/d^2 5. both (or they would bash each other) 6. right 7. It is near the poles that you have darkness at noon when the sun is above the other Capricorn or Cancer :) 8.Right 9. WRONG!!!! (google moon landing) 10. Wrong...

English
Nope. None of them are.

Social studies
Nope, remember that 3/5 of a person thing?

Math
(1/4) 16 = 4 lettuce (1/8) 16 = 2 punpkin (1/2) 16 = 8 red tulips 4+2+8 = 14 16-14 = 2 rows of carrots

math
recursive means you get the value from an earlier value or values. An+1 = An + 5 for example Explicit means you calculate it without reference to the former value A = 5 n for example

Math
x = 4 y = -2 what more can I say?

Science
meters (not kilograms or seconds)

Calculus
Nah, I carried an incorrect extra x

Calculus
10 x-3xdy/dx-y(3x)=6y^2 dy/dx (6y^2+3x)dy/dx = 10 x -3xy dy/dx = (10x-3xy)/(6y^2+3x)

social studies
I am trying to calm down and go back to the calculus question.

social studies
http://www.abrahamlincolnonline.org/lincoln/speeches/gettysburg.htm

social studies
For heaven's sake Google ! READ THE ADDRESS @!

Maths
3 * 7 = 21

physics
(1/2) m v^2 = m g h so v = sqrt (2 g h) g = 9.81 m/s^2 h = 30 m

value
m g h/t

Physics
well first the 2 ohm resistor Vtwo = i R = 1.2*2 = 2.4 volts Now the two in parallel They are both at voltage V V = i1 (6) = i2 (18) but we know i1+i2 = 1.2 so i1 = 1.2 - i2 6(1.2- i2)=18 i2 7.2 = 24 i2 i2 = 7.2/24 = .3 amps through 18 ohm i1 = 1.2 - .3 = 0.9 amps through 6 ...

History
North American white pine for spars.

History
Archimedes screw pump, capstan, windlass, aft rudder on pintles with wheel, deadeyes and lanyards .....

History
LOL, could go on for hours. steam boxes for plank bending. oakum, pitch pine, eventually copper bottom paint

History
white oak frames and planking and locust trunnels (tree nails)

History
eat limes "Lime-juicers" avoid scurvy

History
Navigation technology (determination of longitude)

Math
divide by density, not number of people (50/750)100 = 6.67 %

physics
1.05*10^5 * .12*.18 = ---- kilograms now it is not clear if that is one of four tires if so then multiply by 4 I wonder because around 2,000 kg is reasonable for a car and four times that is pretty heavy.

Science
Venus is volcanic so I suppose you would call hardened lava rocky.

Math Trig
d1^2 = 225-100 = 125 d2^2 = 225 - 64 distance between = d1+d2 add because the walls are in front of and in back of the fireman:)

Science
Now wait a minute, what do you think dew point means? It is the point where there is so much water in the air that the air can not hold any more at that temperature. That means the relative humidity is 100%

math
A bag contains 2 white marbles amd 3 green marbles. Two marbles are drawn at random, one after the other. The first marble is replaced before the second one is drawn. What is the probability that the first marble is green and second one is white?

Health
Now you are getting beyond my knowledge of the subject but I think you are correct. The other answers do not make sense.

Health
You are welcome.

Health
I agree with your answers

Math
L = w + 8 (L-5 )(w+4) = L w (w+8-5)(w+4) = (w+8)w (w+3)(w+4) = w^2 + 8 w w^2 + 7 w + 12 = w^2 + 8 w w = 12 etc

Math
x + y = 60 .4 x + .9 y = .75 (60)

Math
4 1/4 - 3/4 the easy way is 3 5/4 - 3/4 = 3 2/4 = 3 1/2 however if your were into making live hard for yourself you could 4 1/4 - 3/4 = 4-2/4 = 4 -1/2 = 3 1/2

Math
well because it is awkward to subtract 3/4 from 1/4 You could do it and work with the negative fraction but it is easier to say: 4 1/4 = 3 5/4 then it is easy

Math
You sure need a big calculator but I would settle for 3.14159 (88.3773)^2 because I do not remember pi any further than that.

math
Your teacher asks tricky questions :)

math
6 * 4 = 24 so 24 dollars for every bag of 7 apples 120/24 = 5 bags of 7 apples you got one free in each bag, so 5 free 5*7 = 35 apples total friend bought 21/7 = 3 bags for $24 each. 3 * 24 = 72 dollars $4 for an apple is ridiculous

TEAS 6 MOMETRIX
alternative to that which is called "elimination" is "substitution" from the second equation x + y = 5.90/2 = 2.95 so you can say x = 2.95-y now use that in the first equation 4(2.95-y) + 3 y = 9.55 11.80 - 4y + 3 y = 9.55 y = 11.80 -9.55 = 2.25 again

TEAS 6 MOMETRIX
4 x + 3 y = 9.55 now multiply your second equation by 2 4 x + 4 y = 11.80 subtract the first equation from the second 0 x + 1 y = 11.80-9.55 = 2.25 the end

Huh
I have no idea what your problem looks like. LS 154 means something to you somewhere, not to me on Massachusetts Bay.

math
I got 14 13 + 10 + 9 + 9 = 41 41 - 27 = 14 25/2 = 13 17/2 = 9 for two seaters

math
No fair, can not cut two person desk in half :) Please check my reply below.

math
then subtract the 27 you have and buy 14

math
13 + 10 + 9 + 9 needed

math
No, 25/2 is not a two person desk need 13 desks for 25 people and 9 desks for 17 people TRICK QUESTION :)

math
Unless you cut them in half of course :)

math
well for 25 you need 12 1/2 but that is not possible so 13 +10 + 9 + 9 ----- 41 but we have 27 so we need 41 - 27 = 14

math
40% of 30% of 5,000 .4*.3*5,000 .12*5,000 .1*5,000 + .02*5,000 500 + 100 600

history
Think Walt Whitman, what was he about?

Equations with Fractions
You are welcome.

Math
http//www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/pythagorean-theorem-proof.html

Math
Need to draw it but can not, going to look for drawing. Here it is :) The square with the triangles outside. http//www.mathsisfun.com/geometry/pythagorean-theorem-proof.html

Math
x^2 + y^2 = 61 x x^2 y^2 1 1 == 60 nope 2 4 == 57 nope 3 9 == 52 nope 4 16 = 45 nope 5 25 = 36 SCORE!!! 5 and 6 6 36 well then 25 of course 7 49 = 12 nope 8 too big

Physics
the rope is evidently mass less. total force up = total force down because nothing is accelerating. Total force down = m g Tension in rope is T on each side of mass horizontal component of T = T cos angle above horizontal right and left vertical component of T = T sin angle, ...

Social Studies
yes

Math
agree and by the way: 726 = 2*363 ok but 2*363 = 2 * 3 * 121 BUT 121 = 11*11 :) so we have 1*3*11*11 =11^2 * 6 so sqrt(11^2 * 6) = 11 sqrt 6

Math
726 = 2*363 ok but 2*363 = 2 * 3 * 121 BUT 121 = 11*11 :) so we have 1*3*11*11 =11^2 * 6 so sqrt(11^2 * 6) = 11 sqrt 6

Physics
do this with north (y) and east (x) components the same way as the one you asked below.

Physics
y component = North = 3 + 5 sin 45 x component = East = 5 cos 45 d = sqrt (x^2 + y^2) tan T = y/x where T is angle above x axis 90-T = angle clockwise from north

algebra
a(n+1) = a(n) - 8 a = -15 arithmetic sequence see http://www.mathsisfun.com/algebra/sequences-sums-arithmetic.html a = -15 a(n) = -15 -8(n-1)= -15+8 -8n = -7 -8n I agree C

physics typo?
power in Watts = work in Joules per unit time = m g h /t = 81.5 * 9.81 * 2.70 / 15.50 Watts By the way I do not believe it took the student 15.5 seconds to lift the weight. Do you have a typo?

World History
Horses? Firearms? The fact that many of the natives were oppressed subjects of more powerful tribes and were willing to join the Spanish in overthrowing their masters? Relative immunity to common European diseases that wiped out whole tribes of natives?. Sorry, I see a lot of ...

Social Studies
I am not familiar with the subject but suspect from the context that one is from Ontario and the other from Quebec :)

Physics
assuming that E is horizontal tan 20 = q E / m g

Algebra
1 straight line, no bends 2 parabola, bends once 3 cubic , bends twice etc n bends n-1 times :)

Social Studies
Hummm, what else is new?

still wrong
x^2[4y^3dy/dx] +y^4[2x]+3dy/dx -12x^2 = -5sin x [4x^2y^3+3]dy/dx = 12x^2 -2xy^4-5sinx dy/dx =(12x^2 -2xy^4-5sinx)/[4x^2y^3+3]

left out 3y term
x^2[4y^3dy/dx] +y^4[2x]+3 -12x^2 = -5sin x 4x^2y^3 dy/dx = 12x^2 -2xy^4-5sinx -3 dy/dx=3/y^3-y/2x-(3+5sinx)/(4x^2y^3)

calculus
d/dx of x^2y^4+3y-4x^3=5cos x-1 ((( note - dx/dx = 1))) so x^2[4y^3dy/dx] +y^4[2x]-12x^2 = -5sin x 4x^2y^3 dy/dx = 12x^2 -2xy^4-5sinx dy/dx=3/y^3 - y/2x- 5sinx/(4x^2y^3)

Math Need Help!!
yes sky, right, 144 = 12^2 = 2^4*3^2 an whole number to an even power is a perfect square. Unfortunately 2^5 = 32 and 5 is NOT an even number.

Math
R = 4 D R+16 = 2(D+16) 4 D + 16 = 2D + 32 2 D = 16 D = 8

Science
Yes

MATH
A/B = 2/3 B/C = 3/4 A/B / B/C = 2/3*4/3 = 8/9 C/A = 2 (8/9)/2 = 4/9

path around is 2 m wide?
Assuming that, please proofread what you post r = 25 R = 25+2 = 27 so pi(27^2-25^2)

Math
for example: http://www.mathsisfun.com/square-root.html

physics
For a resistor V = R i for an inductance L where w = 2 pi f V = L di/dt if i = sin wt for example then di/dt = w cos wt and V = (L w) i The L w is called reactance , sort of like "resistance" the ratio of voltage to current

Algebra
Given: f(x) = 8-4x A. Find f(-2) f(-2) = 8-4(-2) = 8+8 = 16 ============================ B. Find x, when f(x) = 8 8-4x = 8 so -4x = 0 x = 0/-4 x = 0 =========================== I can not very well graph for you. It is a straight line y = -4 x + 8 when x = 0, y = 8 when y = 0 x...

Is E horizontal?
tan 30 = q E / m g

ph
q E = 1.6*10^-19 * 800 Newtons

word problem
L = 4w+9 if L = 85 w = 76/4 = 19 if L = 49 w = 40/4 = 10 10</= w </= 19

physics
The mass has nothing to do with this problem since acceleration is not asked for F = k (2q)q/.1^2

physics
work = force * distance = q E d = change in potential energy = qV 48 = .1 V

physics
forces on q1 attractive k =10^-12* usual k to account for ? force in direction of Fq3=k(8)/.4^2 force in direction of Fq2=k(6)/.4^2 force perpendicular to opposite side Fy= Fq3 cos 30 + Fq2 cos 30 force parallel to opposite side Fx= Fq3 cos 60 - Fq2 cos 60 F = sqrt(Fx^2+Fy^2) ...

math
Does he pay at the beginning of the year or the end?

Math
y = k x 6 = 3 k k = 2 y = 2 x 2/3 = 2 x x = 2/6 = 1/3 ================= 25 = m (1.25) so m = 25/1.25 a = F/m = 35 /(25/1.25) = 1.25 * (35/25)=1.75 You could have written that down immediately by proportions but: 1. I am a physicist 2. You are doing algebra of direct variation.

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