# Posts by George

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**Math 115**

Create a piecewise function of the following scenario where Upper D left-parenthesis t right-parenthesis is the total distance walked (in miles) as a function of time t (in minutes): “You begin a walk from your home at a fast pace of 3 miles per hour for 30 minutes. You ...

**Math 115**

Create a piecewise function of the following scenario where Upper D left-parenthesis t right-parenthesis is the total distance walked (in miles) as a function of time t (in minutes): “You begin a walk from your home at a fast pace of 3 miles per hour for 30 minutes. You ...

**differential Equations**

Find general solution [t - sqrt(ty) ] dy/dt = y

**Differential Equations**

Find general solution. 2ty dy/dt = 3y^2 - t^2

**differential Equations **

solve initial value problem t dy/dt = y + sqrt(t^2 + y^2) , y(1)=0

**differential Equations **

solve the initial value problem and find the interval of existence... cos(y) dy/dt = -t sin(y)/ (1+t^2) , y(1)=pi/2

**AP Calculus AB Part 2**

The Riemann sum, the limit as the maximum of delta x sub i goes to infinity of the summation from i equals 1 to n of f of the quantity x star sub i times delta x sub i , is equivalent to the limit as n goes to infinity of the summation from i equals 1 to n of f of the quantity...

**Chemistry **

Find the amount of mole solute in solution of concentration 2.5moldm^-3 and volume of 500cm^3 Hint to solve Amount = C x V

**math**

hi, one question i have is for the following problem:"Two families meet at a park for a picnic. At the end of the day, they part ways. Family A leaves 15 mins after family B and travels east at an average speed of 42mph; while, family b travels west at an average speed of...

**College Physics**

A mass m is acted on by a resultant force of 28.6 N in the upward direction. The acceleration of the mass is 5.72 m/sec2 upward. What is the mass?

**math**

1/(z+3)

**math**

Find f(infinity) for the complex function: 1/z+3

**Physics**

A charge of -17 nC is on the X axis at the origin. A charge of -24 nC is on the X axis at 11 cm. Find the electric field (magnitude and direction) at 19 cm on the X axis. I believe to solve this problem, the equation E = kC (q1/r1^2) must be used for each of the charges ...

**English**

Many plays are written about family situations because why?

**Physics**

A ray of light with wavelength 589 nm passes through an unknown material with a velocity of 1.94 x 10^8 m/s. What is the material? I think this problem has something to do with Snell's law, but there is no given angle of refraction so I don't know how to solve it. ...

**Math**

Describe the cross sections formed as the plane intersects the interior of the sphere but moves away from the center

**Pre calc**

The population of a Midwestern city decays exponentially. If the population decreased from 900,000 to 800,000 from 2003 to 2005, what will be the population in 2008? I thought it was 7542 but it is wrong can someone please help me thank you

**algebra **

a ladder is placed 5ft away from a house. the ladder comes up to 12ft on the side of the house. how long is the ladder?

**Algebra**

Whats p>100?

**Social Studies 6 B**

9:51 is correct thanks!

**riddle**

Greetings

**Physics**

A piece of metal of volume 250 centimetre cube floats in water when 85 percent of its volume is under water.Calculate the upthrust on the metal. [pw=1.0gcm^-3]

**maths**

Steve i had written that same answer in my exam and had gotten it wrong?????

**Linear Relations MATHS**

Thanks a lot Damon

**Linear Relations MATHS**

The equation of AB is : y = -13x/10 + 4/5 The equation of the perpendicular bisector of AB is: y = 10x/13 - 33/26 The distance between A and B is root(269) The Midpoint AB is (1,-0.5) Above Answers are all correct. How to find the coordinates of P?

**Linear Relations MATHS**

If A = (-4,6) and B = (6,-7), find: (a) the coordinates of the point P on the line segment AB such that AP:Pb = 3:1 (b) the coordinates of the point P on the line AB such that AP:AB = 3:1 and P is closer to point B than to point A

**Geometry**

Hi I was having some problem with this question, its been a while since I had been in geometry. I think you foil, but Im not sure. Solve for X. 2(x+4)(x+3)= 3(x+2)(x-1)

**precalculus**

Given: r = 4/-2-6sintheta What type of conic does this represent? ________________________________________ Circle Ellipse Hyperbola Parabola

**Math**

Movie starts at 5:20 it is a 1 hour and 50 minutes long. What time does the movie end?

**Science**

I need help with early earth unit test

**precalculus**

how do you shift y=ax^2 by (h,k)

**precalculus**

What does the equation y = a(x - h)2 + k, a ? 0 represent?

**Physics**

Two bumper cars crash head on in an elastic collision. One car #1 was moving 2.5 m/s west and car #2 was moving 3.7 m/s east. Each car has a mass of 254 kg. What are the final velocities after the collision? I think this problem is supposed to be solved with m1v1, i + m2v2, i...

**Physics**

Two bumper cars crash head on in an elastic collision. One car #1 was moving 2.5 m/s west and car #2 was moving 3.7 m/s east. Each car has a mass of 254 kg. What are the final velocities after the collision? I think this problem is supposed to be solved with m1v1, i + m2v2, i...

**geometry**

construct an isosceles triangle and construct Sierpinksi's triangle. Repeat the pattern three times. What segment of a triangle does this pattern make use of over and over again?

**Physics (for Damon)**

Given the following about a spring: mass = 20.0 kg height initial = 5.25 m (above the ground) height final = 2.17 m (above the ground with the mass attached) delta y initial = 0.00 m I have found the following: Spring constant: 63.7N It would take 576J to return the object to ...

**Physics**

Given the following about a spring: mass = 20.0 kg height initial = 5.25 m (above the ground) height final = 2.17 m (above the ground with the mass attached) delta y initial = 0.00 m There are several questions I must answer from this. 1. What is the value of the spring ...

**Physics**

Given the following about a spring: mass = 20.0 kg height initial = 5.25 m (above the ground) height final = 2.17 m (above the ground with the mass attached) delta y initial = 0.00 m There are several questions I must answer from this. 1. What is the value of the spring ...

**management**

examine the impact of one's family background and setting to work place behaviour?

**BUSINESS MANAGEMENT**

examine the impact of one's family background and setting to work place behaviour?

**principle of management**

examine the impact of one's family background and setting to work place behaviour?

**Maths**

1. For what values of a will the straight line y=ax+1 have ONE intersection with the parabola y=-x^2-x-8?

**Geometry**

The lengths of the three sides of an isosceles triangle are 24", 24", and 14". Find the measure of each length of each angle. Then find the area of the triangle.

**Geometry**

Once drawing the pentagon with a radius of 2, how would you figure out the side length when only knowing that the radius is 2 and when the apothem is placed it splits into a 36-60-90 triangle?

**Geometry**

Two buildings are separated by an alley. From a window 80 feet above the ground in one of the buildings, it can be observed that the angle of elevation to the top of the other building is 62*, and the angle of depression the the bottom of the building is 75*. Find the height, ...

**Physics**

If someone pushes on a box on a horizontal floor with a horizontal force of 17.8 N, but the box does not move, what is the static friction (Fs) between the box and the floor? Explain. The next question is: If the box just starts to move with a horizontal force of 29.5 N, what ...

**Question update 1**

In my textbook, it says Fs = -Fapplied Does this mean Fs really just equals negative 17.8 N, for the first question?

**Physics**

If someone pushes on a box on a horizontal floor with a horizontal force of 17.8 N, but the box does not move, what is the static friction (Fs) between the box and the floor? Explain. The next question is: If the box just starts to move with a horizontal force of 29.5 N, what ...

**Physics**

I am supposed to figure out if the box is moving later on in the problem set. The crate and the ramp are both wooden though. My book says the static coefficient of wood on wood is 0.4 and the kinetic coefficient of wood on wood is 0.2.

**Physics**

A 75.0 kg object is on an incline of 30 degrees horizontally. I have to calculate several things from this, and I need help with some of them. I have to find the following: 1. Static coefficient of friction 2. Kinetic coefficient of friction 3. Gravitational force 4. Normal ...

**Math**

I think 2 is b

**Math**

she has none = 0 juicebox

**English**

#1 and #5

**English**

yes but #5 is not grammatical

**math**

I think it is on the 20th of September which is Tuesday

**English Thesis please help**

Can someone give me an elaborate overview of what the Puritan period is about?

**History**

Why did the Elizabethan period end? I know that it ended with Queen Elizabeth I, but I need a more elaborate explanation of why that era ended?

**English**

so if a thing flies its an aircraft? If so then can you call a bird an aircraft?

**English**

the balloon and the helicopter can be called an aircraft but I don't know if You can call the UFO an aircraft since it is an Unidentified Flying Object

**Physics**

A golf ball with an initial angle of 34 degrees lands exactly 240 m down the range on a level course. a.) Neglecting air friction, what initial speed would achieve this result? b.) Using the speed determined in item a, find the maximum height reached by the ball. I was looking...

**Math**

If the ratio of green marbles to yellow marbles is 3:4 then how many yellow marbles are there for 8 green marbles

**Physics**

A train travels due east at a velocity of 85.5 km/hr. A passenger walks from the front of the train to the back at a velocity of 3.7 km/hr. What is the velocity of the passenger to an observer who is seated on a train going due west at a velocity of 64.7 km/hr? What I've ...

**Physics**

@Damon, just one question. Sorry, but I'm not sure where you got the 124 and 256 from.

**Physics**

A car heads due west on Interstate 80 going 63.0 km/hr for 2.1 hours. The car then turns and heads exactly northwest on Interstate 42 going 53 km/hr for 3.3 hours. What is the resultant displacement of the car? I've done some work on it and I have a good idea. I found the ...

**Physics**

A car heads due west on Interstate 80 going 63.0 km/hr for 2.1 hours. The car then turns and heads exactly northwest on Interstate 42 going 53 km/hr for 3.3 hours. What is the resultant displacement of the car?

**Math**

What is the difference between "Give your answer correct to two decimal places." and "Round your answers to two decimal places." ?? Are they the same thing or do the answers differ?

**information and technology**

c) Describe each of the computer specifications listed below i. Intel Core 2 Duo T6670 (2.2GHz,2MB L2 cache) ii. 15.6 HD Anti-Glare (1366x768) iii. 2 GB DDR3 1066 MHz 1DIMM iv. 320 GB 7200RPM v. DVD+/- RW vi. Loaded Operating system Windows 7 vii. Wireless 802.11 b/g/nm BT, ...

**principle of management**

whilst entrepreneurship is a panacea to the world over, the current Zimbabwean situation is different .eludicate four reasons why the situation is different

**Math**

week 1: $1 week 2: 2 x $1 = $2 week 3: 2 x $2 = $4 week 4: 2 x $4 = $8 week 5: 2 x $8 = $16 week 6: 2 x $16 = $32

**Math**

Kate's parents decided it was time to start giving her pocket money. They were not sure how much to give her so they started with $1 for the first week and doubled it every week. How many weeks until Kate gets over $20 pocket money?

**Economics**

Assume the total cost of production in a particular firm is #50000.00 while the fixed cost is #30000.00. The wages paid to each unit of labour is #2000.00. Calculate the unit of labour employed in this firm please what is the formula

**Chemistry**

How do you determine the polarity of a substance? Example?

**Algebra**

L=LENGHT W=WIDTH L+2w=220 L=220-2W LW=AREA A=W(L) A=W(220-2W) A=-2W^2- 2W^2 A=-2(W^2-110W+55^2-55^2) A=-2(W-55)^2+6050 W=55 L=220-55-55 =110

**math**

How many yards is 9000024km

**fin/370**

Spread the balance sheets and income statements of Lake of Egypt Marina, Inc., for 2015 and 2014. (LG3-6)

**chem12**

tough stuff...

**chem12**

2HI(g)--H2(g) + I2(g) k eq= 8.0 2.0 mol of HI are placed in a 4.0L container, and the system is allowed to reach equilibrium. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of all three gases Initial 2HI=0.5 mol/L H2= 0 I2=0 change 2HI= -2x H2= x I2=x equilibrium 2HI= 0.5-2x H2= x I2...

**chem12**

2HI(g)--H2(g) + I2(g) k eq= 8.0 2.0 mol of HI are placed in a 4.0L container, and the system is allowed to reach equilibrium. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of all three gases Initial 2HI=0.5 mol/L H2= 0 I2=0 change 2HI= -2x H2= x I2=x equilibrium 2HI= 0.5-2x H2= x I2...

**chem 12**

1.0 mol of each of the gases, CO, H20, CO2 and H2 are placed in a 2.00L container and allowed to reach equilibrium. It is found at equilibrium 0.40 mol of CO is present. Calculate the value of K eq for the system. C0(g) + H20(g)--- CO2(g) + H2(g) Intial CO= 0.5 mol/L H20= 0.5 ...

**chem 12**

2H2S(g)---2H2(g) + S2 delta H=220KJ k eq is 0.40 a 10.0L vessel containing 2.0 mol of H2S, 2.2 mol of H2, and 2.5 mol of S2 Calculate a trail k eq value to see whether the reaction is at equilibrium. trail k eq =(h2)^2(S2)/(H2S)^2 = (0.22)^2(0.25)/(0.2)^2 = 0.3025 therefor keq...

**chem 12**

for the equilibrium 2HI(g)--- H2(g) + I2 k eq = 8.0 2.0 mol of HI are placed in a 4.0 L container, and the system is allowed to reach equilibrium. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of all three gases. Inital 2HI 0.5mol/l H2 =0 I2=0 change 2HI= -2x H2=+x I2=+x equilibrium...

**chem 12**

2H2S(g)---2H2(g) + S2 delta H=220KJ k eq is 0.40 a 10.0L vessel containing 2.0 mol of H2S, 2.2 mol of H2, and 2.5 mol of S2 Calculate a trail k eq value to see whether the reaction is at equilibrium. trail k eq =(h2)^2(S2)/(H2S)^2 = (0.22)^2(0.25)/(0.2)^2 = 0.3025 therefor keq...

**chem12**

1.0 mol of each of the gases, CO, H20, CO2 and H2 are placed in a 2.00L container and allowed to reach equilibrium. It is found at equilibrium 0.40 mol of CO is present. Calculate the value of K eq for the system. C0(g) + H20(g)--- CO2(g) + H2(g) Intial CO= 0.5 mol/L H20= 0.5 ...

**chem12**

for the equilibrium 2HI(g)--- H2(g) + I2 k eq = 8.0 2.0 mol of HI are placed in a 4.0 L container, and the system is allowed to reach equilibrium. Calculate the equilibrium concentration of all three gases. Inital 2HI 0.5mol/l H2 =0 I2=0 change 2HI= -2x H2=+x I2=+x equilibrium...

**Math**

A credit card company charges 1.5% interest per month (that is 18% per year). On a balance of $1448.00, calculate this month's finance charge

**chem 12**

consider the following equilibrium 2NOCl(g)--- 2 NO(g) + Cl2(g) Initally 1.00 mol of NO and 1.00 mol of Cl2 are placed in a 5.00L container. Calculate the initial concentrations of NOCl, NO and Cl2 NO= 0.20 mol/L Cl2= 0.20 mol/l NOCl=0 At equilibrium it is found that the NOCl...

**Algebra**

If t varies inversely as the cube of z and directly as the square of r, and t=4 when z=3 and r=6, find 9. T= k (square) r/(cubed) z 4=k (square) 6/ (cubed) 3 The electrical conductance of a wire varies directly as the square of its a diameter and inversely as its length. The ...

**Algebra**

If t varies inversely as the cube of z and directly as the square of r, and t=4 when z=3 and r=6, find 9. T= k (square) r/(cubed) z 4=k (square) 6/ (cubed) 3 The electrical conductance of a wire varies directly as the square of its a diameter and inversely as its length. The ...

**Physics**

Lead spheres of masses 1.7 kg and 20.4 g whose centers are separated by 6.1 cm. Calculate the gravitational force between these spheres, treating each as a point mass located at the center of the sphere. The value of the universal gravitational constant is 6.67259 × 10...

**chem 12**

1.00 mol of N2O4 and 1.00 mol of NO2 are placed in an 800 mL container. Calculate the initial concentrations of each gas. N2O4= 1.25 mol/L NO2=1.25 mol/L When equilibrium is reached, the concentration of NO2 increases by 0.50mol/L. Calculate the equilibrium NO2 and N2O4 If I ...

**chem 12**

This is my question Into a 500mL container a chemist introduces 2.0 x 10^-2 mol of N2(g) and 2.0 x10^-2 mol of O2(g). The container is heated to 900degrees celcius and the following equilibrium is achieved. N2(g) + 2O2----N2O4(g) calculate the intial concentrations in mol/L ...

**Socialsl studies**

Connection Student - Rylie you do you Be friends with me is correct

**physics**

8. The coefficient of static friction between a 150-kg box of medical equipment and the floor is 0.35. Would 450-N force applied horizontally be enough to cause the box to move from rest?

**pyshics**

8. The coefficient of static friction between a 150-kg box of medical equipment and the floor is 0.35. Would 450-N force applied horizontally be enough to cause the box to move from rest?

**algebra**

find the slope-intercept form for the line satisfying the following conditions: x-intercept 3, y-intercept 2/3

**Physics**

A roller coaster cart of mass m = 293 kg starts stationary at point A, where h1 = 23.3 m and a while later is at B, where h2 = 8.4 m. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s^2. What is the speed of the cart at B, ignoring the effect of friction?

**Physics Help**

A projectile is fired at an upward angle of 60 degrees with a speed of 100m/s. It lands on a plateau 150m higher. What is the projectile's speed the moment before it strikes the plateau? I'm thinking to just use the kinematic equation Vf^2= Vi^2 + 2aΔy. Am I correct?

**Maths**

solve this partial differentiation and find if maximum,minimum or saddle. f(x,y)=x^3-y^3+6xy...

**sunyani polytecnic**

Maths make x the subject from this equation: 3x^2=6y

**Statistic**

professor has found that the grades on a Statistics Exam are normally distributed with mean 72 and a standard deviation of 12. If only the best 15 % of the grades in the class will get an A, what grade must a student get in order to get an A?