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  1. Math

    114.2
  2. Physics

    In a double-slit experiment, the fourth-order maximum for wavelength of 450 nm occurs at an angle theta = 90. Thus it is on the verge of being eliminated from the pattern because theta cannot exceed 90. (a) What range of wavelengths in the visible range (400-700 nm) are not ...
  3. Math

    98 x .06 =
  4. algebra

    The population of a particular country was 29 million in 1985; in 1997, it was 38 million. The exponential growth function describes the population of this country t years after 1985. Use the fact that 12 years after 1985 the population increased by 9 million to find k to ...
  5. Math 7th grade

    A recipe serves 12 people and requires 1/5 cup of eggs. If you wanted to make the same recipe to serve 4 people, how many cups of eggs would you need? Show your work.
  6. math

    And armored truck left a federal bank at noon when a shipping error was discovered an agent was sent by helicopter to overtake the truck the helicopter left at 1:48 PM and flew at an average speed of 170 km/h. If the truck was overtaken at 3:24 PM what was the average speed of...
  7. math 107

    Use the following diagram of a flowerbed of petunias to answer the following questions. This diagram is a rectangle with ½ a circle on each end. The circle diameter is 22 feet, while the length of the rectangle is 60 feet. If you draw an X in the middle of the rectangle...
  8. Chemistry

    How many kilocalories of heat are released when 125 g of water cools from 100.0oC to 19.5oC?
  9. Chemistry

    Why is it important to identify the limiting reactant in stoichiometry?
  10. physics

    A 297-kg motorcycle is accelerating up along a ramp that is inclined 25.9° above the horizontal. The propulsion force pushing the motorcycle up the ramp is 3156 N, and air resistance produces a force of 300 N that opposes the motion. Find the magnitude of the motorcycle&#...
  11. Physics

    Consider the equation v = 1/4zxt^2. The dimensions of the variables v, x, and t are [L]/[T], [L], and [T], respectively. The numerical factor 4 is dimensionless. What must be the dimensions of the variable z, such that both sides of the equation have the same dimensions?
  12. pathophysiology

    Regarding lipoproteins: A) HDL promotes coronary artery disease B) The higher the ratio of lipid to protein, the higher the density C) LDL proportionately has more protein to lipids D) LDL is promotes coronary artery disease E) none are true
  13. HUMAN DISEASES

    WHAT IS THE Highly sensitive blood test and marker for myocardial infarction CALLED
  14. HUMAN DISEASES

    Regarding lipoproteins: A) HDL promotes coronary artery disease B) The higher the ratio of lipid to protein, the higher the density C) LDL proportionately has more protein to lipids D) LDL is promotes coronary artery disease E) none are true
  15. physics

    Sound waves have which of these properties? A) Reflection.B) All of these.C) Refraction.D) Interference.E) Capable of producing beats.
  16. physics

    If you double the frequency of sound, you also double which of the following?A) All of these.B) None of these.C) wavelength.D) amplitude.E) speed.
  17. physics

    If you double the frequency of sound, you also double which of the following? A) All of these.B) None of these.C) wavelength.D) amplitude.E) speed.
  18. physics

    Is it true that all radio waves are faster than all sound waves—no exceptions? A) False always.B) True, in most common cases.C) False in some cases.D) True in all cases.
  19. physics

    Beats in sound are the result of which of the follwing wave? A) resonance.B) refraction.C) reflections.D) amplitude changes.E) interference
  20. physics

    Frequency and period are related, in that they are which of the following?A) inverses of each other.B) None of these.C) both on the same wavelength.D) directly proportional to each other.E) two expressions for much the same thing.
  21. physics

    Rank the speed of sound through the following from greatest to least:A. HeliumB. Benzene C. Mercury
  22. physics

    An astronaut on the Moon attaches a small brass ball to a 1.00- m length of string and makes a simple pendulum. She times 15 complete swings in a time of 75.0 seconds. From this measurement she calculates the acceleration due to gravity on the Moon. What is her result?
  23. physics

    A certain radar installation tracks airplanes by transmitting electromagnetic radiation of wavelength 4.0 cm. a)Find the frequency of this radiation. b)Find the time required for a pulse of radar waves to reach an airplane 4.8 km away and return.
  24. physics

    A sonic boom is produced by an aircraft when it does which of the following? A) flies faster than sound continuously.B) None of these.C) All of these.D) first exceeds the speed of sound and breaks the sound barrier.E) pulls out of a subsonic dive.
  25. physics

    Frequency and period are related, in that they are which of the following?A) inverses of each other.B) None of these.C) both on the same wavelength.D) directly proportional to each other.E) two expressions for much the same thing.
  26. physics

    Consider a wave that travels a distance of 3 meters in 1 second with a frequency of 2 hertz. What is its amplitude? A) 4 meters.B) 2 meters.C) Not enough information is given.D) 3 meters.E) 1 meter.
  27. physics

    The feature that our eyes are most sensitive to seeing is which of the following? A) edges or boundaries.B) images that fall on the blind spot.C) gray areas.D) anything at the periphery.E) all light of moderate intensity.
  28. physics

    it marked me wrong on answering C, the upper atmosphere
  29. physics

    Light has a maximum constant speed in which of the following? A) water.B) red glass.C) the upper atmosphere.D) clear glass.E) between the atoms in glass, water, or the atmosphere. IS THIS C THE UPPER ATMOSPHERE?
  30. physics

    IT MARKED THIS ANSWER WRONG
  31. physics

    The finding that light in free space has one speed, and one speed only, is consistent with ____________________. A) the conservation of energy as shown by Maxwell.B) general relativity.C) Newton's laws of motion.D) electromagnetic induction. My book tells me it is A and D ...
  32. physics

    1909, Robert Millikan was the first to find the charge of an electron in his now-famous oil-drop experiment. In that experiment tiny oil drops were sprayed into a uniform electric field between a horizontal pair of oppositely charged plates. The drops were observed with a ...
  33. physics

    In periods of peak demand, power companies lower their voltage. This saves them power (and saves you money!). To see the effect, consider a 1200- W coffeemaker that draws 10 A when connected to 120 V. Suppose the voltage is lowered by 13 % to 104 V.(Caution: The 1200- W label...
  34. physics

    In periods of peak demand, power companies lower their voltage. This saves them power (and saves you money!). To see the effect, consider a 1200- W coffeemaker that draws 10 A when connected to 120 V. Suppose the voltage is lowered by 13 % to 104 V.(Caution: The 1200- W label...
  35. physics

    never mind wrong question
  36. physics

    thanks so much How many extra electrons are on this particular oil drop (given the presently known charge of the electron)?
  37. physics

    Given that the power consumed by a device is 1000 W operating on a 70-V line, calculate the amount of current it draws.
  38. physics

    thanks so much How many extra electrons are on this particular oil drop (given the presently known charge of the electron)?
  39. physics

    8 1/2 HRS ON THIS MASTERING PHYSICS WOW n 1909, Robert Millikan was the first to find the charge of an electron in his now-famous oil-drop experiment. In that experiment tiny oil drops were sprayed into a uniform electric field between a horizontal pair of oppositely charged ...
  40. physics

    GOT IT THANKS ..FINALLY 1.1*10^14
  41. physics

    Electronic types neglect the force of gravity on electrons.To see why, compute the force of Earth's gravity on an electron and compare it with the force exerted on the electron by an electric field of magnitude 6000 V/m (a relatively small field). The mass of an electron ...
  42. physics

    Charge polarization is normally produced by ____________________. A) nuclear interactions.B) contact.C) induction.D) friction.E) electrostatic means.
  43. physics

    To say that charge is conserved is to say that charge ____________________. A) is transferred, but never created or destroyed.B) is stored and never lost.C) None of the above.D) remains the same, whatever occurs physically.E) All of the above.
  44. physics

    The number of electrons that move about the nucleus of an electrically neutral atom is the same as the number of ____________________. A) protons in the nucleus.B) quarks in the nucleus.C) protons + neutrons in the nucleus.D) neutrons in the nucleus.E) None of these
  45. physics

    NO WAY TOUCH IT???
  46. physics

    Touch a 5000-V charged balloon and you're not harmed because, although the energy/charge ratio is high, there is ____________________. A) very little conduction of electricity.B) very little energy on the balloon.C) no way this large amount of energy can transfer under ...
  47. physics

    Electric potential is measured in units of ____________________. A) watts.B) joules per coulomb, or volts.C) joules.D) ohms.E) amperes.
  48. physics

    Which of these are correct for an electric field? A) It's a vector quantity, and can be cancelled.B) Three of three are correct.C) It stores electric energy.D) Two of three are correct.E) It's the altered space surrounding electric charge.
  49. physics

    Charge polarization is normally produced by ____________________. A) nuclear interactions.B) contact.C) induction.D) friction.E) electrostatic means.
  50. physics

    On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. I got the weight=2.4×10^4 N...
  51. physics

    its telling me this is wrong
  52. physics

    In a 25 degree C room, hot coffee in a vacuum flask cools from 72 degree C to 54 degree in 8 hours.Find its temperature after another 8 hours.
  53. physics

    On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. I got the weight=2.4×10^4 N...
  54. physics

    it is telling me its wrong
  55. physics

    What would be the final temperature of a mixture of 50 g of 15 degrees C water and 50 g of 40 degrees C water?
  56. physics

    What are the temperatures for freezing water and boiling water on the Kelvin temperature scale? a)273K for freezing water; 373K for boiling water b)0K for freezing water; 100K for boiling water c)32K for freezing water; 212K for boiling water
  57. physics

    On a perfect fall day, you are hovering at low altitude in a hot-air balloon, accelerated neither upward nor downward. The total weight of the balloon, including its load and the hot air in it, is 24000 N. Find the weight of the displaced air. Find the volume of the displaced ...
  58. physics

    Consider an airplane with a total wing surface of 90 m^2. At a certain speed the difference in air pressure below and above the wings is 4.2% of atmospheric pressure. Find the lift on the airplane.
  59. physics

    The weight of the atmosphere above 1 m^2 of Earth's surface is about 100,000 N. Density, of course, becomes less with altitude. But suppose the density of air were a constant 1.2 kg/m/s^3. Calculate where the top of the atmosphere would be.
  60. physics

    A mountain-climber friend with a mass of 82 kg ponders the idea of attaching a helium-filled balloon to himself to effectively reduce his weight by 25% when he climbs. He wonders what the approximate size of such a balloon would be. Hearing of your physics skills, he asks you...
  61. physics

    Estimate the buoyant force that air exerts on you. (To do this, you can estimate your volume by knowing your weight and by assuming that your weight density is a bit less than that of water.) Assume that your weight is a about 1000 N, for example.
  62. physics

    Your friend of mass 80 kg can just barely float in freshwater.Calculate her approximate volume.
  63. physics

    A 6.2kg piece of metal displaces 0.80 L of water when submerged.Find its density.
  64. physics

    Can anyone help me on this one???????The temperature at the bottom of Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California is 4°C year round. In which country is water at the bottom of lakes normally higher than this? A) Russia.B) Great Britain.C) New Zealand.D) Tibet.E...
  65. physics

    Suppose that you balance a 6kg ball on the tip of your finger, which has an area of 1 cm^2 Find the pressure on your finger.
  66. physics

    The temperature at the bottom of Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California is 4°C year round. In which country is water at the bottom of lakes normally higher than this? A) Russia.B) Great Britain.C) New Zealand.D) Tibet.E) Singapore.
  67. physics

    The ocean level rises when global temperature rises, due to ____________________. A) Both of these.B) Neither of these.C) melting of ice caps at the poles.D) thermal expansion of water
  68. physics

    The difference between energy radiated from the sun and energy radiated from the Earth has to do with ____________________. A) Neither of these.B) Both of these.C) radiation frequencies.D) the amounts of radiant energy.
  69. physics

    1. Temperature is distinguished from heat when we note that whereas temperature is ____________________. A) None of these.B) measured in degrees, heat is measured in units of energy.C) a measure of average translational kinetic energy per molecule, heat is energy that moves ...
  70. physics

    Temperature is distinguished from heat when we note that whereas temperature is ____________________. A) None of these.B) measured in degrees, heat is measured in units of energy.C) a measure of average translational kinetic energy per molecule, heat is energy that moves from...
  71. physics

    The ocean level rises when global temperature rises, due to ____________________. A) Both of these.B) Neither of these.C) melting of ice caps at the poles.D) thermal expansion of water.
  72. physics

    The temperature at the bottom of Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of California is 4°C year round. In which country is water at the bottom of lakes normally higher than this?A) Russia.B) Great Britain.C) New Zealand.D) Tibet.E) Singapore nowhere in the book, notes...
  73. principles of physics

    Temperature is distinguished from heat when we note that whereas temperature is ____________________. A) None of these.B) measured in degrees, heat is measured in units of energy.C) a measure of average translational kinetic energy per molecule, heat is energy that moves from ...
  74. physics

    Which of the following 1-gram blobs of water has the least surface area? A) All have about the same surface area.B) A spherical blob.C) A blob stretched into a thin film.D) A pancake shaped blob.E) An ellipsoid-shaped blob.
  75. physics

    Which floats with most of its volume below the surface? A) None of these.B) An oak log.C) All of these.D) An iceberg.E) A mountain range.
  76. principles of physics

    For which of these will the buoyant force be the same as its weight when placed in water? A) A match stick.B) All of these.C) A small rock.D) None of these.E) A nail.
  77. principles of physics

    Blood pressure is normally greater in your ____________________. A) arms.B) legs.C) head.D) feet.E) All the same
  78. principles of physics

    my last one!! Calculate the force of gravity between a newborn baby of mass 2.9 kg and the obstetrician of mass 100 kg, who is 0.58 m from the baby.
  79. principles of physics

    this is how I did these but I get an overflow error in my calculator
  80. principles of physics

    Calculate the force of gravity between Earth and the Sun (the Sun's mass = 2.0×10^30 kg; average Earth-Sun distance = 1.5×10^11 m).
  81. principles of physics

    Calculate the force of gravity between a newborn baby (mass = 2.6 kg) and the planet Mars (mass = 6.4 * 10^23kg) when Mars is at its closest to Earth (distance = 5.6 * 10^10m).
  82. MATH HELPPPP

    5 isnt one of the choices..
  83. MATH HELPPPP

    in the diagram below, <G and <H are complementary. What is the measure of G? a)20 b)30 c)40 d)50 inside G they have a problem saying (2x+10)degrees. i relly need help into solving these kind of problems trying to find degrees of each angle but i cant remember the ...
  84. MATH

    in the diagram below, <G and <H are complementary. What is the measure of G? a)20 b)30 c)40 d)50 inside G they have a problem saying (2x+10)degrees. i relly need help into solving these kind of problems trying to find degrees of each angle but i cant remember the ...
  85. Math

    in the diagram below, <G and <H are complementary. What is the measure of G? a)20 b)30 c)40 d)50 inside G they have a problem saying (2x+10)degrees. i relly need help into solving these kind of problems trying to find degrees of each angle but i cant remember the formula...
  86. statistics

    Suppose that weights of 5th grade elementary boys are normally distributed with mean µ =90 lbs and variance ó2 = 4 lbs. Find the weight that corresponds to Q3 and interpret this measure of position.
  87. statistics

    if 1 adult male is randomly selected and is assumed to have 20 lb of carry on baggage, find the probabilty that his total is greater than 195 lb
  88. chemistry

    a rectangular block of the element barium is 5.00cm long , 3.00cm wide and 1.00cm high and it weighs 52.5g. what is the density of the element barium?
  89. chem

    a rectangular block of the element barium is 5.00cm long , 3.00cm wide and 1.00cm high and it weighs 52.5g. what is the density of the element barium?
  90. physics

    A 56 kg bungee jumper jumps from a bridge. She is tied to a bungee cord whose unstretched length is 11 m, and falls a total of 38 m. Calculate the spring stiffness constant k of the bungee cord, assuming Hooke's law applies. Calculate the maximum acceleration she ...
  91. Physics

    Ummm no one else is using this computer. I am the only one using it. It may be people from my class, because its a large lecture and the teacher mentioned this site today. Now I want to tell the professor to never recommend this site again.
  92. Physics

    I don't know about Kathleen or Lauren or whatever I just had a question about this problem. I really didn't know what to do and thought maybe this site could help, but if people like this answer maybe this isn't where I should come for help.
  93. Physics

    A 67 kg hiker climbs to the top of a 3700 m-high mountain. The climb is made in 5.5 h starting at an elevation of 2800 m. Calculate assuming the body is 16% efficient, what rate of energy input was required.
  94. Algebra

    Solve 16 - 2(8w-7)= 3w - 18(2-w)
  95. geometry

    Given: ÚA≅ÚBDE; AB x DE = AD x BD Prove: AB x CD = AD x BC
  96. college

    Translate to an equation: r $2 roses and t $2.50 tulips total $30 graph the equation and use the graph to determie three different combinations of roses and tulips that total $30.
  97. college

    use the five steps for problem solving. the average of two test scores is 79. if one test score is eleven less than the other, what are the two test scores?
  98. medical

    c)the report said the patient died on january 15
  99. medical

    which one of the following statements is an example of hearsay? a)i saw the doctor administer the injection.b)i checked the patients blood pressure three times.c)the report said the patient died on january 15.d)the report was on my desk when i arrived for work.
  100. Math 116 algebra

    I would like an example of how to set it up. Thank you
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