# Posts by David

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**Algebra**

Find the first 4 terms of the recursively defined sequence. a subscript 1 =9?, a subscript 2 =9?, a Subscript n+1=a Subscript n +a Subscript n-1 Are the first four terms A)9,9,18,18 B)9,9,9,27 C)9,9,81,729 D)9,9,18,27

**PHYSICS HELP**

Two identical gas cylinders each contain 20.0 kg of compresses air at 1.00 x 106 pa and 275 K. One of the cylinders if fitted with a safety valve that releases air into the atmosphere if and only if the pressure in the cylinders raises above 1.10 x106 pa (the other cylinder ...

**physics (urgent)**

Two identical gas cylinders each contain 20.0 kg of compresses air at 1.00 x 106 pa and 275 K. One of the cylinders if fitted with a safety valve that releases air into the atmosphere if and only if the pressure in the cylinders raises above 1.10 x106 pa (the other cylinder ...

**English**

Hey there! I think that you are right. The second sentence is missing the article 'the'

**math**

How many boys there are in the group that wears glasses over the total number of people that wear glasses. Remember to simplify.

**social studies**

What choice do you think the answer is?

**social studies - WW1**

The Central Powers were Germany and Austria-Hungary. Neutral nations that joined them were Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire. The Allies were the United Kingdom, France, Serbia, and Russia. The neutral nations that joined them were Portugal, Italy, Belgium, Romania, and Greece. ...

**social studies**

That is correct.

**Math**

Well, consider the multiples: [6, 12, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 54, 60, ...] Eventually, you run into repeating digits in the one's place. You should be able to figure it out from there.

**physic**

Electrical energy is really the effect of moving electrical charges from one point to another in a conductor. Electrical charges moving through a conductor is called electricity. Electrical energy may be easily changed into other forms of energy to suit our particular needs. ...

**Math Check**

1. You're correct, because the decimal repeats digits, it's considered rational. 2. I believe that's correct. It doesn't come out to 160ft^2, of course, but it's sure close at least. 3. This is false, actually. Rationals and Irrationals form their own ...

**computer programming**

You might be able to find some relevant information on somewhere like Stack Overflow.

**Algebra**

Make an equation out of the information given. You're going to have one of those values above set equal to an equation with a variable and you want to see how large you can make that variable without going above the constant you've set your equation to: y = ax + b That...

**Math: Creating a linear equation**

Is this question based off another that has already been posted? Regardless, with the information given, you cannot give the answer in a completely linear form because $141 is only a constant (as denoted by "as a one-time payment") Your equation would then be: cost...

**order pair and relations**

What are the multiples of thirty-six?

**Science**

"Hypo to Hyper, like a windshield wiper!" That's how I learned it. Everybody likes homeostasis, so when you have an imbalance like too much sugar outside a cell (or in this case, a grape), it will take responsibility and try to fix things by rebalancing the ...

**Math**

You have the [3 x $44.12] correct but for the [$0.44], it's not as simple as just adding the amount once. "Per mile" is your clue here.

**Math**

What equation did you come up with, or rather, how did you go about trying to solve it.

**Math**

Alright, it's the same idea, make an equation out of the information just like the first question I helped you with.

**Math**

"plus mile" is really ambiguous. Otherwise, all that you need to multiply the cost per day by the number of days the car was rented for.

**Math**

That is correct!

**Math**

Make an equation out of it: y = the total cost of the bill. y = (6 x $1.15) + $3.75 + $7.45 + (13 x $1.15) + (3 x $37.00) Do the math and you'll have your answer.

**social studies**

Ms. Sue is correct. It was nowhere near completion within Qin Shi Huang's lifetime. It was certainly a long-term project.

**social studies**

The history of the Great Wall of China began when fortifications built by various states during the Spring and Autumn (771–476 BCE) and the Warring States periods (475–221 BCE) were connected by the first emperor of China, Qin Shi Huang, to protect his newly founded ...

**Math: Creating a linear equation**

Well, let's consider each piece we're given: $50 as a down payment for accepting the job -> This value doesn't change regardless of how many Alex would work on the job. He would get the money ahead of time, meaning that the value is constant and would fit ...

**Math**

28 yards x L = 2996 yards squared; solve for L; Every 1 square yard = 9 square feet. 2996 x 9 = ?

**Science**

Do you know what the Integumentary System is?

**math**

You can do this by subtracting four from twenty-four and count how many times you can do this before you get to zero. 24 - 4 = 20; // 1 20 - 4 = 16; // 2 16 - 4 = 12; // 3 12 - 4 = 8; // 4 8 - 4 = 4; // 5 4 - 4 = 0; // 6 So, four can go into twenty-four six times.

**Absolute value statement**

Not quite, either the absolute value of a negative number is the positive version of that number. So, |-7| is 7.

**Absolute value statement**

[0 - 7] is not [-6]. Otherwise, you are correct so far.

**Math**

Multiply 20 and 1.75. That will be your answer.

**Inequality 6 grade math help**

You need a negative sign on the seven and the zero should probably be replaced with some kind of variable, usually "X".

**chemistry**

Bromine and Chlorine react to form Bromine monochloride. Bromine and Chloride are both diatomics so, in their elemental forms, they have two atoms. _Br2 + _Cl2 -> _BrCl Fill in the blanks.

**Math**

1. Convert the two functions so that they have common denominators. 2. Add the two fractions. 3. Subtract the sum of the two fractions from one, (preferably the fractional form of one derived from the step one.) 4. Simplify, if possible.

**Social Studies**

Apologies, Ms. Sue, I hadn't realized you posted as I was making my explanation. I'll try not to provide the answer so blatantly as well. Still trying to get the hang of it.

**precalculus**

You can solve for each variable (a, b, c) through forming a system of equations with each set of coordinates. You should have three equations after plugging in. 1. Plug in the coordinates for x and y into the general form. Remember y and f(x) represent the same quantity. 2. ...

**AP Chemistry**

The rate constant for the equation, 2C2F4 ? C4F8, is 0.05 M^?1· s^?1. We start with 0.111 mol C2F4 in a 3.00-liter container, with no C4F8 initially present. What will be the concentration of C2F4 after 1.00 hour? Answer in units of M.

**Writing help**

do you still need the help with your assignment? One of the easiest ways to help others is to simply share your knowledge. You don’t have to be in front of a classroom to teach. Every day there is an opportunity to educate someone about your area of expertise. The key is ...

**Chemistry**

Ammonium nitrate a common fertilizer was used by terrorists in the trgic explosion in oklahoma city in 1995.how many litres of gas at 307oc and 1.00atm are formed by the explosive decomposition of 15kg of ammonium nitrate to nitrogen, oxygen and water vapour Solution 2NH4NO3=...

**Physics**

This problem seems like it can be treated almost like a math problem. We know that one kilogram is equal to one-thousand grams and that one slice of ham is seven grams and two slices of bread are fifty grams total (twenty-five grams each). So you just need to see how many ...

**Physics**

We want to find which of these two elements is our limiting amount. Here's some helpful equations to consider. 8x = 32 //The equation for oxygen. 1x = 9 //The equation for hydrogen. From these two values, we want to determine the value of x that makes each equation true. ...

**Math**

// Original equation. (-i) - 2 - (6 - 4i) - (5 - 2i) // Distribute negatives. -i - 2 - 6 + 4i - 5 + 2i // Combine like terms. ((-2) + (-6) + (-5)) + ((-i) + 4i + 2i) // Solve. (-13) + 5i // Answer. 5i - 13

**Social Studies**

Oh, alright!

**Social Studies**

Yeah, that's the source I got the info from but when I tried to post the link, it told me I couldn't! Hope it was helpful, though!

**Social Studies**

McClellan ably built the army in the early stages of the war but was a sluggish and paranoid field commander who seemed unable to muster the courage to aggressively engage Confederate General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia. So, actually, no. He wasn't ...

**math**

// FACTOR BREAKDOWN 81 = 3 x 3 x 3 x 3 27 = 3 x 3 x 3 a^3 = a x a x a a^2 = a x a b^3 = b x b x b b^2 = b x b /* For LCM, we want to consider the most number of times any digit or variable appears in the factorization. Comparing 81 and 27, we see that the number three shows up...

**science**

A steel rod of length 60 cm and radius 2.5 mm hangs vertically. If a mass of 2.5 kg is attached to the end of the rod, calculate the increase in the length of the rod

**English**

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**Chemistry 20**

a source of hydrogen is an important issue of hydrogen fuel cells are going to become useful in automobiles. What important perspective is missing?

**Chemistry 20**

If 4.56 mol of zinc react with excess copper (ii) sulphate, how many moles of precipitate will be formed?

**Math**

What is 100,000,000,000,000 times 999,999,999,999?

**English**

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**Building services**

Principles of heat: How many kilograms of water can be evaporated at 100 degrees Celsius by the combustion of 470 litres of fuel oil whose heat of combustion is 37 MJ/Litre

**Math!!!**

really have no clue

**Math!!!**

There are some hats in a box.1/6 of them are red, 1/3 are blue, and 3/7 of the remainder are green. If there are 27 green hats, how many hats are there altogether?

**Math !!!**

15/30 of the savings is left

**Math !!!**

Kieth spends 1/6 of his savings on a magazine and 2/5 of the remainder on a book. What fraction of his savings is left?

**Math !!!**

Tony is given 9/10 hour to mow a lawn. He only uses 2/3 of the given time to mow the lawn. How much time is left?

**Math !!!**

Tian has 56 paper clips. He gives 3/4 of them to Joe. Joe gives 2/7 of what he receives to Rahul. How many paper clips does Rahul get?

**Math**

A child releases a balloon from a height of 6ft and it ascends at a rate of 5ft per second. A second balloon starts at a height of 51 ft and descends at a rate of 2 ft per second. After how many seconds will both balloons be at the same height above the ground.

**Algebra**

Thank you for your help.

**Algebra**

A tank contains 150 gallons of water and fills at a rate of 8 gallons per minute. A second tank contains 600 gallons of water and drains at a rate of 10 gallons per minute. After how many minutes will both tanks have the same amount of water?

**Algebra**

Thank you

**Algebra**

A child releases a balloon from a height of 6ft and it ascends at a rate of 5ft per second. A second balloon starts at a height of 51ft and ascends at a rate of 2ft per second. After how many seconds will both balloons be at the same height above the ground?

**Math**

At the market, 0.2 of the pieces of fruit are peaches, 0.25 is apples, 0.05 is lemons, 0.1 is cherries, 0.2 is grapes, and 0.15 is plums. There are also 8 pineapples and 4 mangos. How many peaches are for sale at the market? How many apples? How many lemons? How many plums?

**Math**

One-quarter of Steve's baseball cards are from his dad's collection. Another 0.2 are from his uncle, and 0.5 are from his brother. The rest are from Steve's cousin. Thirty of the cards from his cousin are National League players; the other half are American League...

**Math**

How could Jason solve for T in this equation? T - 8 = 40 A) add 8 to the left side B) add 8 to the left side and subtract 8 from the right side C) add 8 to each side D) divide each side by 8

**Math**

What should Edna do to solve for m in the equation? 65 = m + 29 A) add 29 to each side B) add 29 to the left side C) subtract 29 from the right side D) subtract 29 from each side

**Math**

In a class where there are as many girls as boys, 2/5 of the boys and 1/2 of the girls went to a local fair. What fraction of the students in the class did not go to the local fair?

**Math**

Alvin has some marbles in a box. He keeps 1/3 of them and gives the remainder to Joyce and Sean. Joyce gets 5/8 of the remainder. What fraction of the marbles does Sean get?

**Science**

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**Math**

Find the sum of each series by using appropriate formulas. Show your work. MY WORK: (N is the last number in the sequence) 1+2+3+...+230 n(n+1)/(1*2) 4+8+12+...+360 n(n+4)/)4*2) 1+3+5+...+123 ((n+1)/2))^2 The problem: 53+59+65+...+233 n(n+6)/(6*2) 233(239)/12 = decimal??? ...

**Physics 1**

a 12.5 m long string vibrates as 100 hertz standing wave with nodes at 1.0m and 1.5m from one end of the string and at no points in between the two. Which harmonic is this? What is the string's fundamental frequency?

**AP Cemistry**

Calculate the heat that must be supplied to 10.5 g of Ne(g) at 0.15 atm to raise its temperature from 24◦C to 54◦C at constant pressure. Assume that neon behaves as an ideal gas. Answer in units of J. [So, I know that we would use q = mCDT at some point but because...

**math**

Was this perhaps a typo? Did you mean that Aaron split TEN pencils between seven people? It wouldn't make sense for Aaron to break a pencil into seven chunks and hand them out to his friends.

**math**

This is a simple division problem with an expected remainder: 82 / 7 = 11 boxes + 5 crackers leftover. We can't expect a decimal in this sort of problem so we consider how many 7's can FULLY go into 82 and then subtract that total when no more 7's fit. So, 82 ...

**physics**

Please refer to my post on your earlier question.

**English**

"Look at this picture of John." and "Look at this picture of John's." are both correctly written sentence. The first implies that the picture has John on it. It was a picture taken of him. The second sentence implies possession. The picture belongs to ...

**physics**

Considering that the speeds are in two different units, we have to convert. The conversion rate from km/h to m/s is 1 to 0.277778. So the car's speed is 15 m/s. The distance between the car and the truck is 60000 m. This problem can be solved using a system of equations. ...

**Math**

Assuming that the goal here is to just solve for each variable, this goes back to basic algebra and it's highly suggested that you refer to your notes. Regardless, SOLVING FOR Z ORIGINAL EQUATION: (z / 12) = 9 (1/12) * z = 9 //A variable divided by anything can be replaced...

**Algebra**

This problem works off of the relationship between two equations. In this case, the equations represent the two offered fitness plans. We will start by setting up our two equations: y = 30x + 50 y = 40x Our goal is to find when the first option will come out to be better in ...

**Math**

Is the number of total shots Ryan made a given? Otherwise, there is no way to figure this out. In any case, if we know that Ryan made 60% of all shots he made, that must mean that the other 40% of shots he made were foul (assuming that this means "missed shots"). All...

**AP Chemistry**

So my work then came out to be this, but proved to be wrong. //Chemical Equation CH4(g) + 202(g) = CO2(g) + 2H20(l) //Gallons -> Liters 94 x 3.785 = 355.79 //Liters -> Mililiters 355.79 * 1000 = 355790 //Mililiters -> Grams (Density) a = 355790g H2O //Delta ...

**AP Chemistry**

A typical bathtub can hold 94 gallons of water. Calculate the mass of natural gas that would need to be burned to heat the water for a tub of this size from 59 ◦F to 101 ◦F. Assume that the natural gas is pure methane (CH4) and that the products of combustion are ...

**algebra**

To find the distance between two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2), all that you need to do is use the coordinates of these ordered pairs and apply the formula: Distance = √((x2 − x1)^2 + (y2 − y1)^2) So, in using this formula, we find that: 1. The distance ...

**Science**

An astronomical unit is a unit of measurement equal to 149.6 million kilometers, the mean (average) distance from the center of the earth to the center of the sun.

**math**

The parabola whose equation is 4y^2+3x=2+8y, determine the co-ordinates of the focus, equation of the directrix and the length of the latus rectum?

**Algebra**

Country A has a growth rate of 4.7% per year. The population is currently 5,646,000 and the land area of Country A is 13,000,000,000 square yards. Assuming this growth rate continues and is exponential, after how long will there be one person for every ...

**Math**

A rectangle, a circle and a triangle are drawn in a plane. What is the maximum number possible points of intersection. The sides of the triangle are not collinear with any of the sides of the rectangle.

**Algebra**

Country A has a growth rate of 2.6% per year. The population is currently 4,069,000 and the land area of Country A is 33,000,000,000 square yards. Assuming this growth rate continues and is exponential, after how long will there be one person for every ...

**Math**

Find two algebraic expressions for the area of each figure. First, regard the figure as one large rectangle, and then regard the figure the figure as a sum of four smaller rectangles t,5,t,3

**History**

Thank you so much! I'm behind a lot in World History.

**Math**

What is the equivalent ratio in simplest form of 45 books in 90 minutes if she organized 120 books.

**Science, NATS**

Consider the following chemical reaction. Molecular hydrogen and carbon dioxide react to form water and methane. H2+CO2-->H2O+CH4 A)Explain why this equation is not balanced and what law of nature does it break in its current form? B) Astronauts from the Earth carry large ...

**math**

4 t shirts. 2 sandals

**math**

After 5 seconds

**Math**

13.64 minutes

**Math**

1.25L of water

**math**

mamta read 2/5 of a book on monday and 3/8 of the remaining book on tuesday.find the part of the book left unread after tuesday find the total no of pages in the book if 48 pages are left unread.

**Social studies**

Life expectancy What two countries are not part of Africa?