# Posts by Jodine

Total # Posts: 15

Physics
Wow, Thanks, that helped a lot!

Physics
Why do electrons in hydrogen atoms emit infrared light when they make transitions to the n=3 energy level and uv light when they make transitions to the n=1 level? Does this have to do with wavelengths?

Physics 30
How would I figure out the horiz. distance if I have the velocity and the vertical distance? I also have the acceleration. What formula could I use?

Physics 30
Would the answer to this question be total energy and momentum for both one dimensional and two dimensional collisions: State the quantities conserved in one dimensional and two dimensional collisions.

Religion
MMMmmm...Kinda. It's the place you go to before Heaven and that is where your are cleansed or purged from the sins that you committed during your lifetime. That is why the priests come to say the last rites, to confess your sin so you won't have to spend as much time ...

Essay Writing
Does anyone know a good website where you learn how to write excellent essays. I usually do alright but I want to get better.

Physics 30
I have to do a poster on a van de graaff generator but I am having trouble understanding the concept of it. Here's how I understand it: The lower roller turns the belt and creates a negative charge while the belt creates a positive charge but after that is where I get ...

Physics 30
State the quantities that are conserved in one-d and two-d collisions. Give an example of each type of collision. I looked in my textbook and all i could come up with was that momentum was conserved for both?

Physics 30
How do you figure out if a collision is elastics or inelastic, when it is dropped and then bounces? Do you figure out the velocity and then put that in the Ek formula?

Math 30 Pure
9x^2+16y^2+64y+28=0 I am supposed to convert this to standard form, but my answer doesn't make sense. One part was 9x^2/92...does that sound right?

Math 30 Pure
I am supposed to descibe the relation, would i just say a horiz. trans. 1 left and 2 units down?

Math 30 Pure
(y+2)^2=-(x+1) I want to know if (x+1)=-(y+2)^2 is the same thing, and if it is, then is the stretch factor -1?